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06:54 min | 2 weeks ago

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"I like that. There seemed to be some references to the the the the original fantastic four film that roger corman produced that was never released specifically for you john and because you can't understand doom in that version All right well. Here's here's mine. The title will become Into it later. Okay we open in the baxter building as the fantastic four's headquarters the fantastic four are in established team at this point. Having had many adventures under their collective belts reed and sue. Richards are the proud parents of a young boy named franklin who has impressive powers of his own. Our heroes receive a distress call. They must immediately head off to latte vary of to battle the nefarious doctor. Doom little franklin is left behind in the care of others the next morning his caretakers are glued to the television watching reports that doom the fantastic four and indeed all of latvia have disappeared. the scene dissolves and we see a title card saying twenty five years later. Franklin is an adult now giving a lecture at a prestigious university. He's an expert in linguistics and history and is clearly attempting to suppress his past and his own superpowers while giving the lecture. One determined student keeps asking franklin about his famous parents. Mister fantastic and the invisible woman and his famous uncle the human torch and also that big rocky dude known as the thing franklin attempts to dismiss the questions with humor but the student persists and in a moment temper franklin uses his reality bending superpowers to turn the student intellect jack-in-the-box class dismissed. He says after his lecture an old man who had been sitting in on the lecture comes forward revealing himself to be a messenger from varia. He explains that without any warning. The entire nation that had disappeared is back much of it is in ruins but not all of it and that franklin in particular is urged to go there to claim his birthright. Though the old man doesn't have much information about what exactly that is franklin come with anxiety makes arrangements to travel to let varia right away arriving by train at the station. He's greeted by the humanoid experimental robot bataille type integrated electronics or herbie though it's pronounced her by according to the robot her by and franklin traveled to an abandoned castle used to be doctor dooms layer. But now it's practically unoccupied as doom and the fantastic four have not reappeared. Along the way franklin herb i encounter a young woman named inga summers. Who was given instructions to help assist franklin in any way oh and i mentioned that dooms castle was practically unoccupied but no there is one person. There frau blew her. Who has secretly cynthia von doom doctor. Dooms mother played by close leach. Men of course at the castle franklin spins time exploring attempting to find any signs of what happened to the fantastic four blue her tries to embrace him to encourage him to embrace the superpowers but franklin resists unwilling to acknowledge that this is in fact his birthright. What follows is an adventure in which franklin tries to make his own robot without the use of superpowers. He builds a robotic. Human torch just goes around insisting that no he's the real original human torch and johnny storm was the second human torch. You just gotta by the comics to find out. The original human torch was a robot but franklin points out that if you are a robot you aren't a human torch you're a robot torch and that goes poorly next thing you know. The robot human torches rampaging through the countryside franklin and team have to lure the robot back insisting that it's not evil it's just misdirected franklin is able to the robotic human torch back to the castle with promises of a special october fest celebration knowing that the robot is particularly fond of whom pop bands and so franklin inga summers and her by played polka lowering. The human torch robot back to the castle in the process the robot discovers a hidden compartment in the castle and in it is a special german beer mug emblazoned on it are the fantastic four and on the bottom of the mug. It's a message to franklin with love from mom and dad and then it happens. We finally smash cut to the title of the movie young franklin stein cut in credits postcards. Seen the fantastic dum show up or something. I don't know i owe you. It was going dead and i. I'm sorry i don't know whether to say thank you or i'm so sorry young. Franklin stein we got it got it. 'cause it's a german beer mug. Uc yes franklin. Okay okay so if any of you think you've got a better way to mash up the fantastic for young frankenstein better than franklin stein or the fantastic frau. Please reach out to us and tell us we would love to hear your mashed ideas and if we like. We might even read them on the air. Yeah and and the human torch really was originally a robot. Okay anyway wait wait what. What a human torch just like robot torch be like a lighter like things lighter you would you would think so but yeah. The torch was one of the original. He rose marvel inherited along with captain america. But no. that's a story for a different time. If you guys want to reach out to us the best way to do so is well you can do it through email. The email address for the show is l. n. c. at iheartmedia dot com. You can do it over on twitter. We are ellen. See underscore podcast or on facebook or instagram. Where we're large drunk later. We also have our website. 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"pee wee herman" Discussed on TechStuff

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07:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on TechStuff

"Okay. Aerial you picked the two properties that we're going to match up and initially. I resisted this but eventually came around. Would i thought of a joke. So bad that i had to a mashup. But let's explain what to properties you picked okay so we picked the fantastic four mainly because of some conversations happening around wanda vision that we're not going to get into Spoilers and we also picked young frankenstein. So let's talk a little bit about these properties. Because at least in my mash. I have some. Let's call them. Deep cuts that i reference that i think are going to be lost on probably ninety percent of our audience. Sure with the basic story is that there's this gentleman gene wilder who is a doctor. Franken frankenstein because he doesn't want to be confused with the crazy dr frankenstein Who finds out. He's got a like a familial house that he's he's earned. When his great great grandfather passed away and he goes there and then he becomes the mad scientist and eventually accepts his name frankenstein. But there's a huge amount of comedy you've got i gore. Who is a plan. Or you've got a fraud blue-collar who's the character that closely schmidt played. Who every time they say her name name no matter where she is a horse winnie's because it sounds familiar to the german word for glue which is never explained in the movie but it just happens. It's a running gag that they never explained. I love it. And it's just such a a lighthearted fun play on on on a really great but kinda dark story frankenstein. That is just brilliant. Fantastic four okay. So in case you aren't aware of who the fantastic four are. It's a group of four characters There have been different members of the fantastic four over the years but the classic four are reed richards. Who has mister fantastic. He can stretch his limbs. Get all bendy bendy there's Sue storm later sue richards who invisible. I the invisible girl but she manages to screw the patriarchy and become invisible woman. Yeah that comics were not the most woke back in the day. You have johnny storm. Sue's brother who is the human torch and you have been grim who becomes the thing a big rocky orange hoc like guy and they end up being irradiated of their origin story. But that's all they all get their power so they didn't start off power and get them because they're exposed to radiation they typically a are facing off against pretty weird and cosmic kind of of Bad guys and problems but they also have a enemy in doctor doom doctor. Doom is frequently there in tag inist and for my story. One important thing you need to know is that at least in one version of the marvel timeline reed richards and sue. Richards have a son named franklin richards who has like reality bending powers. That's going to be important in my story. there's also other references that longtime marvel fans are going to get and nobody else so just a warning. Yeah kinda kinda the same with mine I actually i was on the opposite end. I was very excited about this at the beginning and as i was reading my mashup quickly went. Oh this is i. I cannot meet mel brooks genius. But i know that this was a challenging one i will admit but once i came up with the terrible punchline. Everything else was just like. How long can i delay getting to the punch lights it's a tribute it's a tribute to something. We love and a great actress. So i apologize and here. We go with the fantastic frau blue curtain. Okay so dr reed. Richards pronounced re shorts is speaking at a symposium at henchman university one day when a mysterious figure enters and tells him he has acquired his family's estate in latvia while he doesn't like to be associated with his family legacy of marriage science read his then fiancee alicia masters to see what the ordeal is about. Upon reaching the estate in vary resorts meets a beautiful blonde named susan and her brother who introduces himself as john. I see he thinks he's being clever Picking on resorts pronunciation of his name but really just being kind of annoying. These two are the storm siblings. Who are the assistance of the previous inhabitant. Nathaniel richards read is so enamored by susan. That he doesn't even notice as the caretaker of the estate frau evelyn bluecher steps up behind him and offers to show him to his room when he turns back to invite susan to dinner. She's gone foreshadowing that evening is resource explores the estate. He happens upon a staircase leading to the basement whereupon he finds the storm's siblings standing over a corpse in a lab as frau. Evelyn bluecher is about to put a brain into the corpse. Oh yeah there's also a lab horse. Every respectable at varian lab has won the name on the jar holding. The brain is a ben normal resorts a surprise and yells out frau bloopers name which startles the horse who kicks the reanimation machines. Showering all of the inhabitants in the room with radiation as frau places a brain in the corpse all of a sudden the corpses alive. But he is melded with stone slab. He was laying on to gain a stone skin. Susan is gone but resorts can hear her yelling. And john i accidentally ignites scaring the grim monster thing away resorts reaches for the door realizing he doesn't need to move his feet to do so but it's stretchy arm reaches the door too. Late only frau bluecher is not affected by the radiation. Having assisted her love the love nathaniel for so many years that she had become immune to it all to do incites the local authority inspector von doom. A man with one good eye a metal mask and a metal arm to come question shorts however all resorts can make out about what inspector doom is saying is that there's a monster. And if he finds them he will end him. You see his mask is muffling too much of the other words. He's saying for resort. Steve and understand it Now the three and frau must find this thing. Thankfully normal was actually the love child of nathaniel and fro. Evelyn bluecher and she knows just to how to find him with his childhood love of pizza. There's only one pizza joint in light. Varia and tonight is open mic night. When they get there they find the.

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on TechStuff

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06:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on TechStuff

"Movie. That did phenomenally. Well i'll spare you my thoughts on joker but it did really well and again is not connected to the rest of the threads in the dc universe so it. It's a complicated issue like if it were me. I'd almost say like all right. We're going to have to start with a fresh slate. Some of the casting. I might keep. Because i think that some of the folks who are in their roles are good for those roles. But like we're just gonna do what the comic books do occasionally which is that. You do a big reset. It happens all the time. Where have some sort of cataclysmic event that destroys his every reality so that could start fresh and then you start screwing it up all over again but at least you can start fresh well and i thought that's what they were doing with james gunn suicide squad. That's coming out because it's just it's it's not a second movie it's just another suicide squad movie but then they talked to but james gunn did great with the galaxy and the cast were this. New movie is pretty spectacular. They all all of the actors ride a good line between action and intense and comedy. But then they did carry over some of the characters like harley quinn and a boomerang and things like that. So it's not. Quite as much of a reboot as i initially thought it was going to be. Yeah so if you were trying to fix this Like meyer argument is to scrap it all and start over But do you think it's something that you could see as being salvageable like keeping everything that exists now and just building further upon it. Yes yes and my reasoning for that is i. I've said since the beginning and if you're a longtime listener you'll notice that i feel like the real problem with the justice league is how dark it is. I feel like they've been going lighter and lighter and lighter justice league much like the newer teenage mutant ninja turtles movies. The storyline was not strong but they got the characters right Even at the end superman got to be superman and that was nice. But i enjoyed watching all the characters and i enjoyed watching their chemistry. So all we need to do is have happy. Superman fly around the world reversed time and then we can continue on with the justice league because that would be did the poorest and to me it was one of the most one of the more enjoyable ones quite assertive standpoint from a character standpoint. Maybe not as quite as enjoyable as wonder woman or man which i both. I found both of them fun. But far too long It mainly because the justice league villain was pretty milquetoasty. But we'll now you're gonna get dark side in the snyder cut so i don't. Yeah that's exactly how. I feel aerials deville badly about it but i should them but more movies. I appreciate what you say i. I don't deny that you know you could continue. Obviously they're going to continue to build on the foundation they have laid. I think the reason the real reason if you really boil it down then. I wanna scrap it. All and start over is fundamentally i despise the fact that the cats were trying to tell clarke to be selfish and to value self preservation over helping others because to me that is fundamentally the opposite of what most versions of superman or story point to like the whole idea being that this is an alien who decides that he wants to protect humans because he was raised by genuinely decent people. And when you take that away it just like to me. It's like well. You just ruined everything you just you. You've soured the whole thing and yeah you can give them to come around and choose to be noble but that's a different character arc art. It's not it's not invalid. It just to me isn't superman. I mean i get it. I get it you know. I enjoyed man and steal. Which is the movie that started that whole path. You don't like superman. But while i thought it was an entertaining movie. I did not think it was a great superman. Movie wasn't it. It wasn't a great superman movie to start off the dc with at the time. Know there is going to be a dc. You so yeah. I just To me it was like it was it started with a wrong turn and then it got more wrongdoer fair enough but what we also admit like that's down to our personal tastes. There may be many of you out there. Who absolutely love the dc cinematic universe which now that's totally valid to like. Your opinions are just as valid as ours. Yeah and you know. I like you said i've seen the movies and i will continue to see them. And you know marvel his head to scrap some of their properties or has tried to scrap some of their properties multiple times to relaunch them x men. Fantastic for things like that. So it's not just parent property specific. No also marvel has has caught. Some flack for not in some of their netflix's tv series into the overall marvel. Cinematic universe like directionally goes one way where the stuff that happened in the movies gets referenced in the shows but the shows never get the carry over into the movies matches unfortunate because and jessica jones and luke cage are all awesome. An iron fist is also there yet but we think that they're going to be in the new spiderman so that's what we're hoping so maybe all the rest will follow suit. We'll see if it works. Then they might continue it. But you know this is our our conversation if we wanna talk marvel. We're going to have to wait.

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07:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on TechStuff

"We're back thanks for coming back with us so we're gonna talk about the d.c e you and jonathan. I'm taking it by You saying that it needed to be fixed before the break that you are not a fan of how it is. Currently being laid out. I am not aerial. Thank you for asking me about this. I know i i. I've made it pretty clear. Anyone who listened to old episodes of large neurons collider the the classic ones from like twenty sixteen. Two thousand seventeen. You know that. Even back then i was complaining about the way dc was going about their cinematic universe that that That dead horse is still continuing to be beaten by yours. truly. Because i don't think it's necessarily gotten much better I have multiple problems with it from one. Is that the whole zack snyder. Take on making everything. Dark and grim doesn't sit too well with me largely because like i think there should be some dark grimness in there. I think there need to be stakes. Like without stakes. There's no conflict without. There's no drama. But i feel likes heroes need to occasionally i don't know heroic grow. Yeah yeah and inspiring. And that's which is why wonder woman the original wonder woman film from this batch is still. I think my favorite of all the ones that have come out. So far with the possible exception of shas zam which feels almost tangential but it was also pretty dark. It was pretty darn and more light hearted moments than any of the other dc films and then the other part kind of ties into that tangential thing is that there is no coherent or cohesive strategy. Right there are so many different dc properties and there are disagreements about which ones actually fit into the mainline dc universe versus being some sort of off-shoot like joker. The movie joker which a lot of people loved is not part of the mainstream dc. Cinematic universe there was talk of another jared lido joker movie which never as far as i know is not happening. But that also wasn't going to be part of the mainstream dc universe and you start to wonder well. why are you bothering crafting. These i mean. I understand the appeal of having heroes from different Different franchises are different lines. Crossover there's always like it's that dream. Oh yeah it's batman and superman i get it. That's a big deal in the comics. It's a big deal in the movies but if you're not going to craft a really strong coherent universe then it almost seems like you should really just be developing one shot films that are good stories featuring these characters. But there's no necessary connective tissue to everything else. I agree so i mean. Dc to the dark thing. Dc is not a stranger to dark storylines in the comex But i do feel like you need to. You need to set up the hero in that story as the hero like you said before you can enjoy that journey in down down a path that they may be shouldn't go your more invested dan And then yeah. The continuity is hard. I feel like they. They tried so hard to catch up with marvel but by that time they already had a bunch of tv shows out and they already had all of these one off movies. We've had so many batman series that it was almost like an afterthought i do feel like they up until the snyder cut. I feel like they had been slowly. Edging away from everything being super dark even through this latest wonder woman movie But i still feel like trying to add that levity to what little through line there is it just makes the stories extra-long extra convoluted no. There's there's no efficiency in storytelling and the c. Cinematic universe everything is a little too bloated and I mean win win. There are important. Plot points that hinge on such silly things like the fact that two characters have mother figures who were named martha and somehow that's what brings them together. I mean i get it like that's been that's been mean to death right but it's still ridiculous. It's why it's been mean to have. It is a ridiculous point in a film and just so many decisions that i disagreed with especially in those early snyder films. Like without as you say without making the hero heroic you have no one to cheer for your. They decide they wanted to skip straight to the frank miller version of old batman and show. And as you know someone who is who is still plodding along. But his very cynical and jerry pessimistic about things and pragmatic in a way. That's extremely dark. And they didn't want to get to any of the stuff that led him to that journey they just wanted to jump to that same with With the fact that they didn't go through the same setup that marvel did when it began to establish all these individual characters and then the connection they had with one another to lead into the avengers titles and you know we didn't even get into the thanos storyline until we were probably about halfway through those initial marvel films. It was only in the back half that the thanos storyline really started to play out and to the point where some people were even asking like. Why should we care about thanos and then infinity war happened and everyone suddenly really cared about but it just showed that they did a very long lead up to that whereas was almost like dump all the toys out on the floor. Okay now. they're all together. Let's make them do stuff. But they didn't build any of that individually. Like i said i feel like it really was them playing a game of catch up to try to to try to get to marvel success level before people were burnt out on superheroes which has come and gone since. The mcu has begun. I feel like when they said okay. Now anybody can make any movie about any dc character. Dc comic character that it was their attempt to try to salvage the fandom without having to continue like basically trying out alternate timelines to see if any of those stick better than their current prime time line. so then they can just switch over to that. I mean like clearly the harley. Quinn movie is an example of that right. Where the the harley quinn film. They saw how people responded to the character of harlequin suicide squad. Even though that movie is its own garbage. Fire the first one. I think the next month's could be really good well until it comes out. I'm not going to hold my breath right so they have to prove me wrong. Okay i don't. I feel pretty comfortable saying the first film. Garbage fire the but that that led to the ability for the holly harley film to come out and i think people responded more toward that which just showed that there are and joker again jokers another.

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08:24 min | 2 weeks ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on TechStuff

"Its ip in the past also weird but delightful was the latest trailer for in the last dragon. I really knew. I hadn't seen anything i knew about this movie. I knew it was coming out. But i hadn't seen any trailers hadn't watched anything of it until we were making this episode and And the trailer is first of all. The style looks amazing. They made riot. Look like a total Kick butt warrior. I was trying to think of a good family friendly way of saying she looks amazing in it. The antagonised is at least from what. I can gather from the trailer. Also a woman and then. The dragon is a female dragon. So we've got a film where multiple characters important characters to the story are all women which i also thought was awesome. It's not no one draws attention to it in the trailer. But i noticed it just because it's something that we haven't seen a lot of until fairly recently and i liked that. That trend is continuing. I do too. I also really like that. I liked that the character is such a kick butt character. Like you said There it's almost feels like disney wanted their. Take on the avatar. The last air bender to me. Yeah getting a lot of that. I was getting a little bit of mulan vibes. There were a couple of other like properties. I would think of even a coup and the two strings. There's a little bit of that in there there. There's there's definitely some stuff you can tell where some influences came in The attitude of the dragon feels like a very much a nod to sort of lucia in milan. I mean it it's aquafina and you gotta it. It's a it's a good trailer and the action. Looks like it's going to be really really interesting. I am eager to see this. You know it's interesting because it doesn't. It doesn't look like the kind of typical. Feel good sort of disney stuff like it doesn't seem all warm and fuzzy and squishy as seems a little more action oriented Which is great too. I think that looks really interesting. I think i haven't been as excited for a disney computer animated movie as this since wreck it. Ralph which. I know that you don't feel the same way about that movie as i do then. I think i'd have to go with if we're not talking pixar if we're just talking about disney proper big hero. Six yeah i could see that as well which has a very similar kind of action vibe to it. This will be available on disney plus for premium on their premier premium on march fifth. Which means eventually you'll get it on your regular subscription. But i might honestly no. I think i'm going to pay for it too. Because i really want to see it and i don't want i want that that experience of discovery and not have everything kind of laid out for me before i go to see it. 'cause the discovery bart. Yeah you know. I'm sure we can talk about this in a longer section at some future episode but the discovery part of a new property is one of the great joys for me like i can handle going in hearing spoilers but i really love that that experience of discovering something as it's playing out. You just can't really. You can't replicate that. If you already know what's happening before you go and see it. it's different you can still enjoy it. There's nothing wrong with but it is different. I agree. I agree something on disney. Plus that you don't think you're going to have to pay premium for is the black panther show that's in development lisa. What conduct show. It's a show set in kanda. Was whether or not that black panther whether or not it involves a black panther character Played by cherie with imagine. We don't know they may be that it may not even be set in the quote unquote modern day of the marvel cinematic universe. There's no real telling but we know that. The director of black panther is going to be behind the development of the show. And that it is set in wauconda. And bring it on. I i i am angered to see more of that world. Yeah yeah it's such such great creation and we only got a small part of in the first black panther maybe so and and the little bit in infinity war a little bit not near enough. No enough you can tell that there's a whole bunch of richness richness in that world that we didn't get to see something i did get to see this week is this was something aerial shared with me that i had not seen and i'm so thankful that i have a co host like ariel. Bring this into my life. Yeah is some fans took the drastic park trailer and mashed up with herman. Making all of the dinosaurs peewee. Herman when you hear that concept you say oh i know what this is going to look like but no it's way than what you imagine in your brain for for one thing. They resisted the urge of making a dinosaur sized peewee. Herman it's peewee. Herman size peewee herman. And the the integration of peewee. Herman shots into jurassic park scenes is done. Pretty darn well like there are bits where you're looking at addressing part character and peewee. Herman is popping up from behind a tree and you can tell there was some compositing done but it looks really good for for a for a joke. Yeah and there's only one time where they skipped to like not drastic park scene. And it's brief. Yes think yeah. Yeah where where. It's him over on the corner of a house and he's just doing his little peewee. Herman laugh everything else is essentially dressing park with some peewee herman. Integrated into including the infamous sequence. Where the t. Rex is chasing the jeep. And it's the moscow. Faster must go faster. And i don't want to say anymore than that other than you need to see it to really appreciate it. But we'll put that link in our show notes on our website when this episode goes live so that you can watch too. We just wanted to give it a out. Since we love mash ups we had to love on this mashup. Yes and that wraps up our quick headlines for this week when we come back we're going to have a deep discussion about the dc cinematic universe and what we would do if we were put in charge of it in order to kind of fix. It seems like it's really presumptuous. But i'm gonna say fix it and then also stick around because at the end of this episode with our mashup we are. We have chosen a mash up topic that is in part a tribute to the late. Great close leach. Men a phenomenal comic actor who we lost just recently. And so you want to stick around for that too. But i we gotta take this quick break as the demand for telemedicine grows. so does the need for connectivity. five g. meets that need qualcomm remains focused on giving doctors and patients superior security rich. Five g connectivity. Learn more at qualcomm dot com slash invention. H my name is rita. I am ellen bernstein brodsky. 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06:42 min | 2 weeks ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on TechStuff

"Considering that we are talking about super stuff flight or invisibility ooh classic question. Yeah so i i had. I think i'm going to have to go with visibility. I have had dreams all the time. We're like. I'm a kid. And i can fly but it's never like high up in the air. It's always like you start running and then you're just a foot above the ground kind of afraid of heights and falling so i don't think i'd wanna fly. However i do and in visibility would be whole. Larry i would never lose a module what about you you be peeping in the the locker room. I understand i got you. I know where you're coming from. I go a flight. Because i'm not a deviant like you. I like the idea of being able to travel. Wherever i want whenever i want soaring through the air majestically like some sort of ball pigeon. Yes flight for me all the way. I'm not gonna do that. Whole like like invisible man creepy motif. I'm not going to do a creepy motif. Look i'm just gonna hide in the woods and jump out at people right. That's what i was thinking. I take it all back and flying floyd anywhere you want anytime you want is not great because let's say you ought to fly to hawaii. You didn't say that super strength comes with your flight. So you're just going to be carrying that very heavy suitcase with you through there all the way to hawaii. You're going to get so much. have you know. I play just buying everything once i get. They're going to go to first stop in hawaii retail outlet mall second stuff in hawaii the beach. Maybe maybe the poker shak because that that place is wmx. Well we've got we've got that but And we have news to cover before we get to any of that. I've got some fast breaking news. Here's the breaking news. It's super important. George clooney has signed on to become an executive producer and star of tv series. Buck rogers. Okay oh that's what. What details do we have a matt george. Clooney has signed on to be an executive producer and star of buck. Rogers tv show. That's all i got. I guess it wasn't important. I mean it's something to possibly look forward to so that you know in a couple of months when we get details about it you go you remember that. I like buck rogers. Did you ever watch the the tv series. The have can't be like nineteen seventies era man. I watched that too. And whenever i think about that. I think of mel blanc doing the voice of tweaking the little bitty bitty sure it's going to be the same especially since. I'm pretty sure. I'm going to go back to the original reference material which doesn't have a spunky little sidekick robot but yeah. I saw that news and thought well we should include this. Because you know it's it's for for me in you and all the young listeners out there are like why. Why buck who that. It's okay because the next news item. We have is for young listeners. Which is that. The guinness book of world records is trying to do like make set a record of the most people singing a song from the greatest showman. Ever so the idea being that it's salty it's a big collaborative effort right that you're gonna have the most people singing and they're going to create a collaborative video of all these different people singing a particular song from the great showman which is from now on they are trying to get at least five thousand participants. It is a benefit for the actors fund. Which if you're not familiar is is A financial fund for the broadway actors. Who really need it right. Now since broadway is still closed a year later and and probably will be for most of twenty twenty one. Unfortunately i wanna go see my shows. Giant tickets aerial. I know me too but as of listening to this episode you can still be a part they want you to record the video and challenge four friends using the hashtag. Be way world record in shared on social media. They also say that you can tag broadway stars and challenge them. You know the hugh jackman is gonna be part of this. Yeah they've already got some actors committed. They've got alice ripley from next to normal john. Tarr tagliatelle from avenue q kristen anderson lopez from frozen in jay armstrong johnson from family the opera and you can be a part of this up until february twenty eighth which is the deadline. I think i think i'll give this one a skip because my singing voice isn't strong enough and also i'm like i'm a best a casual fan of the greatest showman at best. I was about to say like they don't say anything about having to sing it. Well so that's just an excuse. But i do understand great show. I'm not a huge fan of you. Know what i would have. I actually would have enjoyed it a lot. More if they had not said it was supposed to be p.t. Barnum because i had real issues with the the lions asian of barnum who is a much more complicated person in the musical would have you understand. But that's that's don't wanna yuck anyone's yom either. I know a lot of people really loved the greatest showman. And there's nothing wrong with loving it. I mean that's that's you do you for me. There was one song in that. Show that i really loved and another song that i liked but but that was at everything. Either of them are from now on. I mean it is interesting to say. They've gotten permission from disney to do. Yes this is. This is of this full clearance it to me. It's an again. Another remarkable example of disney giving the go-ahead for some creative uses of their properties. Which as we've pointed out in previous episodes is is.

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

07:43 min | 2 months ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Animal control's played by Pee Wee Herman on Looks like the kid adopt done Stine and relocated to Bali. I don't know how this thing ends, but is imagine that pitch. Imagine going to a Hollywood executive. Be like I've got a great script idea. Okay, Now stay with me. It's a little layered, Ultimately, we ultimately we get to the rank of Tang. Steals, jewelry and a boy. But before that, here's how we get there. I mean, they executed it. I like that movie The kid, by the way, the Barbados trip. They were supposed to go on with Jason Alexander the dad. It got canceled because this critics showed up and they couldn't leave the hotel. And then they pulled a prank and they realized they pranked the guy and it was a whole mess. I mean, the movie was full of shenanigans, but I really enjoyed it. So just don't get too far off the topic. But this is a good movie, but home alone is not. Oh, I enjoyed it. I didn't say it was a good woman. Didn't think I said I enjoyed it. If I sat and watched Dunstan checks in today, I'm sure I would go. Oh, yeah. I love this movie. My childhood. Wow, This movie's awful and it brings up a good point. Pee Wee Herman was a big sell. There is the animal control that was a peewee was hot. That's if you remember back in the theaters for fear. For fear of doing the same exact thing which led us down the path of this 12 d, a meandering about a plot line of a mid nineties chimpanzee movie. Are you telling me that Jason Alexander was the father of the two boys that pulled the prank? Yes, Yes, he ran. The hotel was the father of those kids were ready to go on a trip, and he had this steak is the critics showed up and they ended up not realizing the prank they pulled was on the critic. And why was it a monkey that was trained as the jewel thief instead of actual Jule thieves, So these air to plot lines have collided here It would be too obvious of a human was a jewel thief. So he had the monkey train in hotels, like sneak in windows and stuff so he could reap benefits that the bad guy and all this going on with Jason Alexander trying to keep order in the hotel because his critics here You have the balance of keeping order in the hotel with the critic While there's a jewel thief, monkey going up to the sun, be friends, and Jason knows it doesn't believe his son that there's a monkey and he's trying to tell you stop because that's what the hotel going under It is. I mean, you want to talk about two hours. You need to invest Wednesday night. No more football. Checking out what So the Wednesday after the Super Bowl parade is when we should all as America. Lock into Dunstan checks is give it a once over. If you've seen it, it's great to reminisce. If you've never seen it, it's got a lot going on. And then again. Stanza and pee Wee Herman. Come on, Who says no Maybe that we shouldn't wait that long. The watch and look at the movie poster right now. It came out January 12 of 1996, which means we're just a little more than a month away from its land and the fifth anniversary. Wow. Wow. Wow. Oh, yeah. Okay? There you go. What a great job by books and dig that little nugget up next month. We're celebrating. Golden anniversary of Dunstan checks in I think we got to try to get either Jason Alexander or one of the kids. I would love to get done, Stian, the chimpanzee, but I'm not sure the ragged tang but I'm not sure that he does. Media interviews. So let's lock in somebody from Dunstan checks in to do the 25th anniversary retrospect. What We'll get the wild card weekend in a second. The 1st 25 years. That's the checks it it's Skyler Murray. He's at Lambeau Field on Saturday, but first we want to do 12 minutes on Dunstan checks in you guys understand with your CBS Sports Minute. I'm DEA. Yeah. Happy birthday to Dunstan checks in Come Those complaints. It's got dogs at Arang attends. It's got Peewee Herman and Costanza know Danson does check in. I'm D a This is Damon. Amanda Lara with your radio dot com sports minute. Let's take a moment and salute one of the great films of the 20th Century Dunstan checks nothing to do with sports. Dunstan checks in and boredom checks out the next If you want to check into a five star night of comedy and family laughs, I think you'll love Dunston's Texas. Well, it's too good. It has nothing to do with sports unless you consider Jule thievery by a primate spore prison. Yeah, it's John Salley approved, apparently nearly done, said Check Sins Idea from the writers came off a 1994 film called Monkey Trouble, or A Young Girl's Life turns Harry when her new pet monkey turns out to be a trained pickpocket on the run from a scheming gypsy. Yeah, I'm true. Apparently the writer so monkey trouble 94 with the gypsy in the pickpocket and monkey had to come up with us to check on John Salley joins us on the 25th anniversary. Done some checks. It guys don't know about you, but I love monkey trouble. And when I heard they were spending it off into a full length movie, I was all in Huh? I'm so happy. You guys are still alive. I consider my two championships of the bad boys Pistons to be up there. But even better than that, With the night I got to see Dunstan checks. We have a holiday tie in Kyle from Dunster checks in turns out to be Tim Allen son in the Santa Claus, So he was very got the nineties very hot. It's breaking news. Eric Lloyd. I'm gonna shoot for him on show in January day, okay? Well. We've booked January 12th or what was the date for your right January 12 book that everybody gotta be here for that. Nobody takes hold. It's a Tuesday. That's good, because then Monday, the 11th. We can break down football and then Tuesday, catch our breath reset for the following weekend by doing three hours on Dunkin checks in there. Always want to be an actor. You know, Every basketball player wants to be a rapper actor, and I always wanted to be an actor in a chimpanzee movie never got the chance. All right. Baby has ever headline of this morning. Mr Bogue's DEA. These wondrous sponsored by progressive insurance drivers to say with progressive, save over $750 on average, call or click today and find out if we could save you hundreds on your car insurance better than that. One of my God.

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:14 min | 5 months ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Was saying, you don't need to use condoms actually the Catholic Church did say condoms are not you you wear a condom you're hurting Jesus. They don't believe in birth control. You know. So so HIV and AIDS activists went storm Saint Patrick's cathedral with condoms and. Very. Famously had a die in because the Catholic churches endorsement against what is it? A condemnation of using contraceptives was killing people and I guess you know to some degree there there there's a tie in to the Republicans in the federal government early push to get people not to wear masks. As a way to differentiate themselves from democratic. Legislators who are begging people to Hughes mass and I'm one. I guess like in terms of like the public service health announcements like we really haven't seen much in terms of jingles or ads or cartoons things aimed at children things that are memorable. A lot of that stuff just feels very a wrote and repetitive and. They're being done by another country or another organization or something. That's not we're not. We're not seeing the best and the brightest being invested into saving lives during the covid pandemic. It's not cohesive like I can't I can remember watching ABC NBC CBS and Fox and seeing the same PSA on all those channels like. You. Know what I mean like you now happening is like local municipalities, the city and County I've done for or you know like the city of Chicago or NBC EVEN NBC corporate are generating their own messaging around cove it and that's a very nice thing you're doing but it's not the same level of concentrated. Unified. As it would be if it were a straight up federal push. And some are you actually worked for the city of Denver Colorado, the county of Denver Communications specialist, and then I also did social media communications and strategy. For another municipality. So so a lot of what you were talking about was like how to coordinate efforts in order to change public behavior change the way people think about things absolutely an inform them, and that's why like I started my own company greater purpose media because. What I noticed was government agencies really do struggle with. Behavior Patterns, and accessing folks on the emotional level to lake. Trigger. Behavioral Change. So I was like, well, this is it's a necessity and it's very it's very difficult to do it from inside the organizations because like. They're very You know and Denver is extraordinarily progressive but like some organizations are very I guess blinders they've got the blinders on. So they don't they see things from the internal aspect of life. This is how we communicate from the government level you know and it looks real like punitive and like not not good. And they have to be taught wake you need to engage people and give them a sense of. Give them a sense of joy. Give them a sense of humor in order for whatever it is making to go viral. If you're not doing that or like even if it doesn't go viral, it gets it gets significant significant about amount of shares or attention like you have to access it on an emotional level. And can we save our own lives and the absence of leadership by creating viral videos, urging people to wear masks and stay six away and wash their hands? It's super difficult. It's super difficult because every time you every time you do this, what happens is is like the the rug gets ripped out from under you like I remember in the eighties I was probably like. Six or seven a mom was a director of nursing or not. She was choose a new nurse at that time and we went to volunteer. At an HIV AIDS clinic. And it was nighttime when we went and she brought me with her because. she she thought I would lift people's spirits. Cute six year old kid you know and I was like super. Boisterous alike. I was just walking through there and I can just remember seeing like all kinds of people impacted by HIV AIDS like the man that I hugged that I spent the most time with was a white man who was a little overweight and had a mullet. I knew he wasn't from the city of Chicago I was like what the Hell is do from. Buyer's club real spray. You know like you know like as an adult I, think that like as a kid, I remember just being off put like I've not seen anyone who looks like you like. You know he was wearing a plaid shirt you know and so how did that experience shape you? I think really what it gave me is. An urgency to communicate cohesively with people. and. Also, to be kind that like things that touched one of touch all of us you know. And if we don't, if we don't formulate messaging that that. articulates that we really do fall apart as a country you know. Do. You think there's a sinister factor I mean don't John Attributed to malice what you can attribute to stupidity, but it does seem like there has been a coordinated effort to open the floodgates and watch as many marginalized people or just people in general die from Cova d'you know certainly Republicans admitted early on that they were happy that covid was coming into the United States because it was targeting blue states what jared Kushner said. To me kind of like, you know just on the Woodward tapes alone trump could be impeached. And they could keep. Ruth Bader Ginsburg from being replaced. Like that's certainly a possibility. Should be. Testifying should be not only impeachment should be in jail for making those kind of comments knowing this country was going to have like these these many deaths because of covid our president is bragging that he created a situation where people would suffer and die. It's unacceptable. It's unacceptable but I'm wondering like in terms of Ruth Bader GINSBURG unexpected death although you know how old was she eighty seven years old. Yeah, and so people are pointing out. It's like she could have retired at the age of eighty but regardless of that's neither here. Nor there at this point, it is very likely that Republicans want to push a conservative Supreme Court judge so they can steal the election and not have to face the Supreme Court decision. It's really I mean like the four holdouts I think is what Romney Murkowski Collins. And one more last trust of them and the the from Alaska and Maine. Collins's main mccaskey's Alaska. Than Romney I can't hear the fourth but. Yeah I. I agree with Mark. I wouldn't trust any of them, but unfortunately will for good or ill and gardner my senator from Colorado Yeah he's he's not. He hasn't come forward and said he's holding out but. For him to go ahead and a line within the Republican Party on replacing Ruth Bader. Ginsburg with feel his fate. I mean. Right. Now yet he's he's gardeners up for reelection and he knows like we are Colorado's a hardcore purple state like the most.

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:14 min | 5 months ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Was saying, you don't need to use condoms actually the Catholic Church did say condoms are not you you wear a condom, you're hurting Jesus. They don't believe in birth control you know. So so HIV and AIDS. Went Storm Saint Patrick's cathedral with condoms and. Very famously had a die in because the Catholic churches endorsement against what is it a condemnation of using contraceptives was killing people and I guess you know to some degree there there there's a tie in to the Republicans in the federal government early push to get people not to wear masks. As a way to differentiate themselves from Democratic Legislators who are begging people to Hughes mass and I'm one I guess like in terms of like the public service health announcements like we really haven't seen much in terms of jingles or ads or cartoons things aimed at children things that are memorable. A lot of that stuff just feels very a wrote and repetitive and. They're being done by another country or another organization or something. That's not we're not. We're not seeing the best and the brightest being invested into saving lives during the covid pandemic. It's not cohesive like I can't I can remember watching ABC NBC CBS and Fox and seeing the same PSA on all those channels like. You know what I mean like you now happening is like local municipalities, the city and County I've done for or you know like the city of Chicago or NBC Even, NBC corporate are generating their own messaging around cove it, and that's a very nice thing you're doing but it's not the same level of concentrated unified effort as it would be if it were a straight up federal push. And some are you actually worked for the city of Denver Colorado the county of Denver Communications specialist, and then I also did social media, communications and strategy. For another municipality. So so a lot of what you were talking about was like how to coordinate efforts in order to change public behavior change the way people think about things absolutely and inform them, and that's why like I started my own company greater purpose media because. What I noticed was government agencies really do struggle with. Behavior Patterns and accessing folks on the emotional level to lake. Trigger. Behavioral Change. So I was like, well, this is it's a necessity and it's very it's very difficult to do it from the organizations because like. They're very you know and Denver's extraordinarily progressive but like some organizations are very I guess blinders. They've got the blinders on. So they don't they see things from the internal aspect of life. This is how we communicate from the government level you know and it looks real like punitive and like not not good. And they have to be taught wake you need to engage people and give them a sense of. Give them a sense of joy. Give them a sense of humor in order for whatever it is making to go viral. If you're not doing that or like even if it doesn't go viral, it gets it gets significant significant about amount of shares or attention like you have to access it on an emotional level. And, can we save our own lives and the absence of leadership by creating viral videos, urging people to wear masks and stay six away and wash their hands? It's super difficult. It's super difficult because every time you every time you do this, what happens is is like the the rug gets ripped out from under you like I remember in the eighties I was probably like. Six or seven. A MOM was a director of nursing or not. She was a new nurse at that time and we went to volunteer. At an HIV AIDS clinic. And it was nighttime when we went and she brought me with her because. she she thought I would lift people's spirits. Cute six year old kid you know and I was like Super Boisterous alike. I was just walking through there and I can just remember seeing like all kinds of people impacted by. HIV. AIDS like the man that I hugged that I spent the most time with was a white man who was a little overweight and had a mullet I knew he wasn't from the city of Chicago, I was like what the Hell is do from. Buyer's club real spray. You know like you know like as an adult I think that as a kid I remember just being off put like I've not seen anyone who looks like you like. You know he was wearing a plaid shirt. You know. That experience shape you. I think really what it gave me is. An urgency to communicate cohesively with people. And also to be kind that like things that touched one of touch all of us you know. And if we don't if we don't formulate messaging that that. articulates that we really do fall apart as a country you know. Do you think there's a sinister factor I mean don't John Attributed to malice what you can attribute to stupidity but it does seem like there has been a coordinated effort to open the floodgates and watch as many marginalized people or just people in general die from Cova d'you know certainly Republicans admitted early on that they were happy that covid was coming into the United States because it was targeting blue states what jared Kushner said. To me kind of like, you know just on the Woodward tapes alone trump could be impeached. And they could keep. Ruth. Bader GINSBURG from being replaced. Like. That's certainly a possibility he should be. Testifying should be not only impeaches should be in jail for making those kind of comments knowing this country was going to have like these these many deaths because of covid our president is bragging that he created a situation where people would suffer and die. It's unacceptable. It's unacceptable but I'm wondering like in terms of Ruth Bader GINSBURG unexpected death although you know how old was she eighty seven years old Yeah and so people are pointing out. It's like she could have retired at the age of eighty but regardless of that's neither here. Nor there at this point, it is very likely that Republicans want to push a conservative Supreme Court judge. So they can steal the election and not have to face the Supreme Court decision. It's really I mean like the four holdouts I think is what Romney Murkowski. Collins. And one more last trust of them and the the from Alaska and Maine. Collins's main mccaskey's Alaska. Than Romney, I can't hear the fourth but. Yeah I I agree with mark, I wouldn't trust any of them, but unfortunately will for good or ill and gardner my senator from Colorado. He's he's not. He hasn't come forward and said he's holding out but. For him to go ahead and a line within the Republican Party on replacing Ruth Bader. Ginsburg with feel his fate. I mean. Right now yet he's he's gardeners up for reelection and he knows like we are Colorado's hardcore purple state like the most.

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:14 min | 5 months ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Was saying, you don't need to use condoms actually the Catholic Church did say condoms are not you? You wear a condom you're hurting Jesus. They don't believe in birth control. You know so so HIV and AIDS Went. Storm Saint, Patrick's cathedral with condoms and. Very famously had a die in because the Catholic churches endorsement against what is it a condemnation of using contraceptives was killing people and I guess you know to some degree there there there's a tie in to the Republicans in the federal government early push to get people not to wear masks. As a way to differentiate themselves from democratic. Legislators who are begging people to Hughes mass and I'm one I guess like in terms of like the public service health announcements like we really haven't seen much in terms of jingles or ads or cartoons things aimed at children things that are memorable. A lot of that stuff just feels very a wrote and repetitive and. They're being done by another country or another organization or something. That's not we're not. We're not seeing the best and the brightest being invested into saving lives during the covid pandemic. It's not cohesive like I can't. I can remember watching ABC NBC CBS and Fox and seeing the same PSA on all those channels like. You know what I mean like you now happening is like local municipalities, the city and County I've done for or you know like the city of Chicago or NBC EVEN NBC corporate are generating their own messaging cove it, and that's a very nice thing you're doing, but it's not the same level of concentrated. Unified. As it would be if it were a straight up federal push. And some are you actually worked for the city of Denver Colorado the county of Denver Communications specialist and then I also did social media communications and strategy. For another municipality. So so a lot of what you were talking about was like how to coordinate efforts in order to change public behavior change the way people think about things absolutely an inform them, and that's why like I started my own company greater purpose media because. What I noticed was government agencies really do struggle with. Behavior Patterns and accessing folks on the emotional level to lake. Trigger. Behavioral Change. So I was like, well, this is it's a necessity and it's very it's very difficult to do it from inside the organizations because like. They're very You know and Denver's extraordinarily progressive but like some organizations are very I guess blinders they've got the blinders on. So they don't they see things from the internal aspect of life. This is how we communicate from the government level you know and it looks real like punitive and like not not good. And, they have to be taught wake you need to engage people and give them a sense of. Give them a sense of joy. Give them a sense of humor in order for it is making to go viral. If you're not doing that or like even if it doesn't go viral, it gets it gets significant significant about amount of shares or attention like you have to access it on an emotional level. And can we save our own lives and the absence of leadership by creating viral videos, urging people to wear masks and stay six feet away and wash their hands? It's super difficult. It's super difficult because every time you every time you do this, what happens is is like the the rug gets ripped out from under you like I remember in the eighties I was probably like. Six or seven a mom was a director of nursing or not she was choose a new nurse at that time and we went to volunteer. At an HIV AIDS, clinic. And it was nighttime when we went and she brought me with her because. she she thought I would lift people's spirits. You know unlike acute six year old kid you know and I was like Super Boisterous alike. I was just walking through there and I can just remember seeing like all kinds of people impacted by HIV AIDS like the man that I hugged that I spent the most time with was a white man who was a little overweight and had a mullet. I knew he wasn't from the city of Chicago I was like what the Hell is do from. Buyer's club real spray. You know like you know like as an adult I think that as a kid I, remember just being off put like I've not seen anyone who looks like you like. You know he was wearing a plaid shirt you know and so how did that experience shape you? I think really what it gave me is. An urgency to communicate cohesively with people. And also to be kind that like things that touched one of touch all of us you know. and. If we don't if we don't formulate messaging that that. articulates that we really do fall apart as a country you know. Do you think there's a sinister factor I mean don't John Attributed to malice what you can attribute to stupidity, but it does seem like there has been a coordinated. To open the floodgates and watch as many marginalized peoples or just people in general die. From Cova d'you know certainly Republicans admitted early on that they were happy that covid was coming into the United States because it was targeting blue states. That's what jared. Kushner said. To me kind of like, you know just on the Woodward tapes alone trump could be impeached. And they could keep. Ruth Bader. GINSBURG from being replaced. Like that's certainly a possibility. Should be. Testifying should be not only impeaches should be in jail for making those kind of comments knowing this country was going to have like these these many deaths because of covid our president is bragging that he created a situation where people would suffer and die. It's unacceptable. It's unacceptable but I'm wondering like in terms of Ruth Bader GINSBURG unexpected death although you know how old was she eighty seven years old Yeah, and some people are pointing out. It's like she could have retired at the age of eighty but regardless of that's neither here. Nor there at this point, it is very likely that Republicans want to push a conservative supreme. Court. Judge. So they can steal the election and not have to face the Supreme Court decision. It's really I mean like the four holdouts I think is what? Romney Murkowski Collins. And one more last trust of them and the the from Alaska and Maine. Collins's main mccaskey's Alaska. Than Romney I can't hear the fourth but. Yeah I I agree with Mark I wouldn't trust any of them, but unfortunately will for good or ill and gardner my senator from Colorado Yeah he's. He's not. He hasn't come forward and said he's holding out but. For him to go ahead and a line with the Republican Party on replacing. Ruth. Bader. Ginsburg with feel his fate. I mean. Right now yet he's he's gardeners up for reelection and he knows like we are Colorado's hardcore purple state like the most.

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:14 min | 5 months ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Was saying, you don't need to use condoms actually the Catholic Church did say condoms are not you? You wear a condom you're hurting Jesus. They. Don't believe in birth control. You know. So so HIV and AIDS activists went storm Saint, Patrick's cathedral with condoms and. Very famously had a die in because the Catholic churches endorsement against what is it? A condemnation of using contraceptives was killing people and I guess you know to some degree there there there's a tie in to the Republicans in the federal government early push to get people not to wear masks. As a way to differentiate themselves from democratic. Legislators who are begging people to Hughes mass and I'm one I guess like in terms of like the public service health announcements like we really haven't seen much in terms of jingles or ads or cartoons things aimed at children things that are memorable. A lot of that stuff just feels very a wrote and repetitive and. They're being done by another country or another organization or something. That's not we're not. We're not seeing the best and the brightest being invested into saving lives during the covid pandemic. It's not cohesive like I can't. I can remember watching ABC NBC CBS and Fox and seeing the same PSA on all those channels like. You know what I mean like you now happening is like local municipalities, the city and county I've done for or you know like the city of Chicago or NBC EVEN NBC corporate are generating their own messaging around cove it, and that's a very nice thing you're doing but it's not the same level of concentrated unified effort as it would be if it were a straight up federal push. And some are you actually worked for the city of Denver Colorado the county of Denver Communications specialist, and then I also did social media communications and strategy. For another municipality. So so a lot of what you were talking about was like how to coordinate efforts in order to change public behavior change the way people think about things absolutely an inform them and that's why like I started my own company greater purpose media because. What I noticed was government agencies really do struggle with. Behavior Patterns and accessing folks on the emotional level to lake. Trigger. Behavioral Change. So I was like, well, this is it's a necessity and it's very it's very difficult to do it from the organizations because like. They're very You know and Denver's extraordinarily progressive but like some organizations are very I guess blinders. They've got the blinders on. So they don't they see things from the internal aspect of life. This is how we communicate from the government level you know and it looks real like punitive and like not not good. And they have to be taught wake you need to engage people and give them a sense of. Give them a sense of joy. Give them a sense of humor in order for whatever it is that you're making to go viral if you're not doing that or like even if it doesn't go viral, it gets it gets significant significant about amount of shares or attention like you have to access it on an emotional level. And can we save our own lives and the absence of leadership by creating viral videos, urging people to wear masks and stay six away and wash their hands? It's super difficult. It's super difficult because every time you every time you do this, what happens is is like the the rug gets ripped out from under you like I remember in the eighties I was probably like. Six or seven. A MOM was a director of nursing or not. She was choose a new nurse at that time and we went to volunteer. At an HIV AIDS clinic. And it was nighttime when we went and she brought me with her because. she she thought I would lift people's spirits. Cute six year old kid you know and I was like Super Boisterous alike. I was just walking through there and I can just remember seeing like all kinds of people impacted by HIV AIDS like the man that I hugged that I spent the most time with. A man who was a little overweight and had a mullet I knew he wasn't from the city of Chicago I was like what the hell is do from. Buyer's Club, real spray. You, know like you know like as an adult I think that like as a kid I remember just being off put like I've not seen anyone who looks like you like. You know he was wearing a plaid shirt you know and so how did that experience shape you? I think really what it gave me is. An urgency to communicate cohesively with people. And also to be kind that like things that touched one of touch all of us you know. and. If we don't if we don't formulate messaging that that. articulates that we really do fall apart as a country you know. Do. You think there's a sinister factor I mean don't John Attributed to malice what you can attribute to stupidity but it does seem like there has been a coordinated effort to open the floodgates and watch as many marginalized peoples or just people in general die from Cova d'you know certainly Republicans admitted early on that they were happy that covid was coming into the United States because it was targeting blue states what jared Kushner said. To me kind of like you know just on the Woodward tapes alone trump could be impeached. And they could keep. Ruth, Bader GINSBURG from being replaced. Like that's certainly a possibility he should be. Testifying should be not only impeaches should be in jail for making those kind of comments knowing this country was going to have like these these many deaths because of covid our president is bragging that he created a situation where people would suffer and die. It's unacceptable. It's unacceptable but I'm wondering like in terms of Ruth Bader GINSBURG unexpected death although you know how old was she eighty seven years old Yeah, and so people are pointing out. It's like she could have retired at the age of eighty but regardless of that's neither here. Nor there at this point, it is very likely that Republicans want to push a conservative Supreme Court judge so they can steal the election and not have to face the Supreme Court decision. It's really I mean like the four holdouts I think is what Romney Murkowski Collins. And one more last trust of them and the the from Alaska and Maine. Collins's main mccaskey's Alaska. Than Romney, I can't hear the fourth but. Yeah. I I agree with mark I wouldn't trust any of them but unfortunately will for good or ill and gardner my senator from Colorado. He's he's not he hasn't come forward and said he's holding out but. For him to go ahead and a line within the Republican Party on replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg with feel his fate. I mean. Right now yet he's he's gardeners up for reelection and he knows like we are Colorado's hardcore purple state like the most.

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:13 min | 5 months ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Was traumatic because it made us feel like. Had this idea as though you're going to be like walking down the road and there's going to be an abandoned refrigerator. Up and you're just going to be like I have to go in this refrigerator and closed door like it was like it was like calling you like some kind of horror film and my friend said that to me like what? would be like teenagers I'm like that's exactly what it felt like. It felt like this calling this yearning like this refrigerator is GonNa come and get you and you're not gonNa have any choice but to resist the temptation crawl inside now, we had a big giant freezer as kids and we played in all the time and we blocked people at it's Just right now but we. Were kind of conscious to some extent they like don't get trapped in the freezer or free. Will but last week I was retired to the garage what bothers me is that while I'm stored can dangerous to children if a child claims inside and closes my door, he can suffocate in ten minutes, but I can be made safe by one of these four easy methods for Free Instruction Booklet Right. Abraham Twenty North Wacker. CHICAGO. Six six. Oh six but that's the thing about those public's awareness campaigns. To raise awareness. So so if one kid isn't locked in that freezer, that's a good thing. You know we're saving people's lives. Yeah. Orange campaign going on right now about child trafficking was listening to I think on the radio the other yesterday and they were interviewing somebody who was involved in you know. Documenting this kind of and working and researching and reporting on this kind of stuff and they're like we're seeing these things about these warning signs of what to look for in like a child who's being human traffic at the airport, and they're like, this is not happening like this. You know people aren't just taking random kids off the street and going through airports and and traveling them and selling them on the black market. You know human trafficking for children for the most part is you know a father taking the kid and Keeping of for too long like that's the real. Those are the real harmful issues. Are you know the person's taking know in a custody battle that kind of thing and just having this idea that you're always having to monitor strangers at the airport and watch watch for them like because there might be stealing a kid there like it's you know it's it's money that's wasted but it's also like it's just creating this atmosphere of fear and it's not really doing any good. You've already been told about strangers dressing up in uniform. But there are other traps unique. High I lost my little dog. Can you help me find him these suspicious of an adult asking for help? Hi, I'm just playing with my daughter's video game that the batteries seems to be dead I've some in my car. Why don't you come over and help me put them in stay away from people in cars or vans You know we're making a movie over there you want to go see it. Only professional agencies higher kids for TV work out of. Let's go to the arcade and play some video games. Would he say? Ignore walkaway. I'll give you ten Donald. You'll take my bag that the car for me. It's okay to say no, even to an adult safety is more important than good manners. Hey Kid I'll teach you how to hit this ball right over the fence come on. It'll be fun. Trust your own feelings. Your Mom's been hurt. She's in the hospital and she sent me to come and get you let says secret code word. I don't know the Codeword. You don't need to get near the car to talk to someone inside. You look like you could use a friend saying, no to what you think is wrong to deliberate. What opened the door. Nothing is more important than your safe. High you sure cute kid. You know. I'm a professional photographer. Abeer say no. Parents until anybody. About, our little secret. Kill your dog. Josh. From their parents now you know the Common kidnapped traps. STREET-SMART The. Time to start is now be cautious and observant and report anything suspicious. Love. Let's. To, avoid are helping. Bribing? Being famous. Having Fun. Being. Having. A playmate. Emergency. Affection. Forty. And Threats, God that kids write it all down because. That's a lot to follow. A lot the idea that that like these trafficking incidents are happening. In some. Weird. Kind of like I called your children like Pied Piper to come with me way and like the ended up traffic. really does speak to the whole idea of Cunanan conspiracy, right? Like it's it's pizza gate. Of course you're going to create. This is what's so interesting to me is like, yes. So our government as creating. Anti sex trafficking campaigns which? are actively feeding into the Cunanan agenda right like. Yeah like I mean I I went to the store the other day saw a man wearing a. T shirt that said the Clintons and they looked like they looked like mafiosos and then on the back of the t shirt listed a bunch of like strange like literally a t-shirt strange weird accusations against the Clintons like child trafficking and like selling missiles and murderers shit like that. Yeah it was real crazy I was like, wow, dude. How how to survive in this kind of environment where? A major political party that's in charge is doing everything it can to obliterate any opposition. I mean. It's not even. It's it's frightening. It's not even just it's obliterate. Yeah but it's also like A. By. Making them criminal entities like how nefarious how like Super Villain is that like I'm going to make this person I'm going to start telling people that the opposition has engaged some of the most unspeakable acts. You could imagine. So how could you even support that you know? Is this a form of projection because? It's been documented that the ice concentration camps have done hysterectomies on women by definition, a form of genocide, and certainly you know there, there are also poorly documented cases that they actually children dying in these concentration camps people being exposed to Cova. You know trump's you know hanging out with Jeffrey absorbed. And stuff. So it's like who's who's the one who's doing the illegal stuff exactly. Yeah. Yeah It's interesting I guess you must know but about it to be casting aspersions, you know what I mean like I feel like that's exactly where he's coming from as a like. Yeah. These are dirty dirty terrible things that I've actually engaged in. Let me point the finger at someone else two, hundred, thousand people in the United States have died from the covid pandemic we are the I think believe were non number one or one the top countries in the world per capita meaning density of doubts. So we're here with covid in the same way that we're dealing with HIV and AIDS, and early days of the pandemic. It would imagine in the early days of the HIV AIDS pandemic the government.

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

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03:05 min | 5 months ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"I feel bad for that little kid with his poor body image stuff like how old is he tan news like girls to be interested in him like? Your body's to get one that's going to do it. Come on. It's your personal a. Because he's like looking and he's talking to like an older version of self but like the version himself refers them as kid. So it's almost like it's two different people you know and it's like this. In shirtless man wearing shorts talking to a young boy it'd be like wait till you get hot as I am you've got to. Fix. What is going on here dairy farmers Started Highschool pushed me around. Because I was smaller. But I was working out. Drinking Mill, developing, my muscles. By senior year Mil Difference for me. Yes. Sir. ME. So. As you can see, it pays to be big on milk. Milk. It does a body. Good. On, the new Sean Cody. Things that happened in the eighties nineties that would not happen today at all. Well. That's the thing like Ronald Reagan's morning in America ad was hugely influential in. Fashion United States and empowering them to organize and. Try to take over the government's all around the nation. It was this like weird nationalistic fascist ad saying like it's morning in America like there's a great awakening happening. It's morning again in America I'm kind of remember today at more men and women will go to work never before in our country's history. With interest rates at about half the record highs of one, thousand, nine, hundred. Nearly two thousand families today will buy new homes. More than at any time in the past four years. This afternoon. Sixty five hundred young men and what will be married. And with inflation of less than half of what it was just four years ago. They can look forward with confidence to the future. It's morning again in America. And under the leadership of President Reagan. Country is proudly. And stronger. And better. Why would we ever want to return to where we were? Less..

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:09 min | 5 months ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Like when Kenny loggins did. The soundtrack to. Say No maybe the smartest thing you ever do. And of course, the protagonist wearing sunglasses, which is code for cocaine and drives around a white convertible, which means he's a drug. A. A message from your local Rotary Club. They really wanted to kids off drugs in the eighties and nineties ninety failed miserably. How many listening to this show right now has said yes. What I did. I don't think anybody ever said. Now the one lie about those public service announcement is that drug dealers give drugs away free to kids. Right that was the lie that was. pity some people it's not like they just walk up on you here's a free drugs, but you know the first couple of times you meet somebody they might give you some drugs and the next thing you know you have to buy it but that was always like on Punky. Brewster. Those a very special episode of the Sitcom. There was always this undercurrent that the drug dealer was like wanting to get people hooked on the staff, and so they were just all time give it away to people on like they're trying to make money whether selling drugs the first player. Here. was like so in the nineteen seventies, my sister and I, we grew up in Puerto Rico and. There was not a lot of of What is it a content in? English that came from the island. So the island of Saint Thomas Saint Croix where the main language was English we get their television, and so they would rebroadcast CBS and ABC children's programming, and so that's how we got a lot of those PSA's and the one time for timer. One that we really loved was when they poured choose into cube trays to make popsicles toothpick break then everybody made that I totally did that. Weekend when it's raining, your mother is complaining because your ground just twiddling your thumbs. MOM, Juban Something in the kitchen and though yes, the best will be a MINIMU-. Thing. That's going to please your is you make it in the freezer and nothing could be easier to. Now, just watch US I go through it really all you need to do it. There's some kind of juice and just a few picks. Okay. The ICE AND I remember that a lot of people didn't use cling wrap as much in the one thousand hundred, they do today like we didn't have it. We had wax paper. Overall. That must have been unique to the Rico because like we had claimed around cling. We didn't have that because also that was plastic plastic is evil. This is it's a terrible thing for kids because it's like kids want to make something and they want the results from it immediately you know you put something in the freezer like that it takes hours and hours and hours for it to freeze, and then when you pull out, it's not like you know you expect like a nice popsicle or something like that but it's like it's jagged because the ice crystals. Yard, and so it cuts your tongue. It's just it was. You know they put them also fires and stuff like that. Until those popsicles when you when they make them so that they're more have a more pleasant thing. So they never walk to like what you think. They're gonNA. But in Puerto Rico one thing you could do is go to the neighbor's house and they would sell a product Kala limber, which is basically frozen. Kool. In a cup and so you pop the frozen. Liquid upside down and he would suck on it and that was like. Would they would. I would sell it. Yeah. You just knock on the neighbor's door and be like, Hey, limber and they're like, yeah, you're either either. Gina Raimondo either. Bring you the great frozen Kool aid and you just. Upside down and suck on it and I think they would salty for a quarter. The other option though is like kids like me like just put root beer straight up in the ice cube tray. Just know what healthy? Got Your tongue on the ice crystals though. No it was like, but it would never like freeze right because you're right. It doesn't have any emulsifier anything like melt really fast and then the idea that a toothpick would support it is kind of outrageous to you always ended up with have of it in your hand. The lies that they tell charm is just terrible I mean kids can true. No but to think about these, PSA's encourage kids to try things to build things trying separate drugs don't try drugs. But. Ironically, like the those PSA's actually got kids to try drugs they were like I wasn't planning on it but now you've made it seem so cool whatever dancing and going to the movies and be a star. And the drugs are just glued to the top of. His? Any garbage can lead. You lived up there some. Strange looking pills it was pills, heroin and points came later crackly later. Yeah crack. Crack. So many great moments like Whitney. HOUSTON. She actually never said that where the receipts she says where. Where other? Whitney's voice sounds so exhausted during that interview. That you just feel like it just your heart breaks you know like everybody's memory of it is Whitney Houston defiantly saying show me the receipts like she's Cuba gooding junior thing. Show me the money. But that? But one thing That was Really.

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:09 min | 5 months ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Like when Kenny loggins did. The soundtrack to. Say No maybe the smartest thing you ever do. and. Of course, the protagonist wearing sunglasses, which is code for cocaine and drives around a white convertible, which means he's a drug. A. A message from your local Rotary Club. They really wanted to kids off drugs in the eighties and nineties ninety failed miserably. How many listening to this show right now has said yes. I what? I did. I don't think anybody ever said. Now the one lie about those public service announcement is that drug dealers give drugs away free to kids. Right, that was the lie that was. pity some people it's not like they just walk up on you here's a free drugs, but you know the first couple of times you meet somebody they might give you some drugs and the next thing you know you have to buy it but that was always like on punky brewster. Those a very special episode of the Sitcom. There was always this undercurrent that the drug dealer was like wanting to get people hooked on the staff, and so they were just all time give it away to people like they're trying to make money whether selling drugs the first player. Here. It was like so in the nineteen seventies, my sister and I, we grew up in Puerto Rico and. There was not a lot of of What is it a content in English that came from the island? So the island of Saint Thomas Saint Croix where the main language was English. We get their television and so they would rebroadcast CBS and ABC children's programming, and so that's how we got a lot of those PSA's and the one time for timer one that we really loved was when they poured. Into Cube trays to make popsicles toothpick break then everybody made that I totally did that. Weekend when it's raining, your mother is complaining because your ground just twiddling your thumbs. Tell your mom Juban itching to make something in the kitchen and though yes, the best will be a Minimu-. But the thing that's going to please your is you make it in the freezer and nothing could be easier to. Now just watch us I go through it. Really all you need to do it. There's some kind of juice and just a few toothpicks. Okay. The ICE. Trade. I remember that a lot of people didn't use cling wrap as much in the one, thousand, nine, hundred, they do today like we didn't have it. We had wax paper. Overall. That must have been unique to the Rico because like we had claimed around cling. We didn't have that because also that was plastic plastic is evil. This is it's a terrible thing for kids because it's like kids want to make something and they want the results from it immediately you know you put something in the freezer like that it takes hours and hours and hours for it to freeze, and then when you pull out, it's not like you know you expect like a nice popsicle or something like that but it's like it's jagged because the ice crystals. Cleared and so like it cuts your tongue, it's just it was. You know they put them also fires and stuff like that. Until those popsicles when you when they make them so that they're more have a more pleasant thing. So they never walk to like what you think they're gonNA. But in Puerto Rico, one thing you could do is go to the neighbor's house and they would sell a product Kala limber, which is basically frozen aid in a cup and so you pop the frozen. Liquid upside down and he would suck on it and that was like. Would they would. I would sell it. Yeah. You just knock on the neighbor's door and be like, Hey, limber and they're like, yeah, you're either either Gina Raimondo either. Bring you the great frozen Kool aid and you just. Upside down and suck on it and I think they would salty for a quarter. The other option though is like kids like me like just put root beer straight up in the ice cube tray. Just know what healthy? Got Your tongue on the ice crystals though. No, it was like but it would never like freeze right because you're right it doesn't have any most fire anything like melt really fast and then the idea that a toothpick would support it is kind of outrageous to you always ended up with have of it in your hand. The lies that they tell charm is just terrible. I mean kids can true. No but to think about these, PSA's encourage kids to try things to build things trying separate drugs don't try drugs. But ironically, like PSA's actually got kids to try drugs they were like I wasn't planning on it but now you've made it seem so cool whatever dancing and going to the movies and be a star. And the drugs are just glued to the top of. His. Any garbage can lead. You lived up there some. Strange looking pills. It was pills heroin and points came later crackly later. Yeah crack. Crack. So many great moments like Whitney Houston. She actually never said that where the receipts she says where Where other? Whitney's voice sounds so exhausted during that interview. That you just feel like it just your heart breaks you know like everybody's memory of it is Whitney Houston defiantly saying show me the receipts like she's Cuba gooding junior thing. Show me the money. But that. But one thing. That was really.

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"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:09 min | 5 months ago

"pee wee herman" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Like when Kenny loggins did The soundtrack to. Say. No. Maybe the smartest thing you ever do. And of course, the protagonist wearing sunglasses, which is code for cocaine and drives around a white convertible, which means he's a drug. A. A message from your local Rotary Club. They really wanted to kids off drugs in the eighties and nineties ninety failed miserably. How many listening to this show right now has said yes. I what? I did. I don't think anybody ever said now the one lie about those public service announcement is that drug dealers give drugs away free to kids. Right that was the lie that was. pity some people it's not like they just walk up on you here's a free drugs, but you know the first couple of times you meet somebody they might give you some drugs and the next thing you know you have to buy it but that was always like on, Punky? Brewster. Those. A very special episode of the Sitcom. There was always this. That the drug dealer was like wanting to get people hooked on the staff, and so they were just all time give it away to people like they're trying to make money whether selling drugs the first player. Here. was like so in the nineteen seventies, my sister and I we grew up in Puerto Rico and. There was not a lot of of What is it a content in English that came from the island? So the island of Saint, Thomas Saint Croix where the main language was English we get their television and so they would rebroadcast CBS and ABC children's programming, and so that's how we got a lot of those PSA's and the one time for timer one that we really loved was when they poured shoes into cube trays to make popsicles the toothpick break then everybody made that I totally did that. Weekend when it's raining, your mother is complaining because your ground just twiddling your thumbs. Tell your mom Juban to make something in the kitchen and though yes, the best will be a Minimu-. But the thing that's going to please your is you make it in the freezer and nothing could be easier to. Now, just watch US I go through it really all you need to do it. There's some kind of juice and just a few picks. Okay The trade. I remember that a lot of people didn't use cling wrap as much in the one thousand hundred, they do today like we didn't have it. We had wax paper. Overall That must have been unique to the Rico because like we had claimed around cling. We didn't have that because also that was plastic plastic is evil. This is it's a terrible thing for kids because it's like kids want to make something and they want the results from it immediately you know you put something in the freezer like that it takes hours and hours and hours for it to freeze, and then when you pull out, it's not like you know you expect like a nice popsicle or something like that but it's like it's jagged because the ice crystals. Form Weird and so it cuts your tongue. It's it was you know they put them also fires and stuff like that. Until those popsicles when you when they make them so that they're more have a more pleasant thing. So they never walk to like what you think they're gonNA. But in Puerto Rico one thing you could do is go to the neighbor's house and they would sell a product Kala limber, which is basically frozen. Kool. In a cup and so you pop the frozen. Liquid upside down and he would suck on it and that was like. Would they would. I would sell it. Yeah. You just knock on the neighbor's door and be like, Hey, limber and they're like, yeah, you're either either Gina Raimondo either. Bring you the great frozen Kool aid and you just Upside down and suck on it and I think they would salty for a quarter. The other option though is like kids like me like just put root beer straight up in the ice cube tray. Just. Know what? Healthy? Got Your tongue on the ice crystals though. It was like, but it would never like freeze right because you're right. It doesn't have any most fire anything like melt really fast and then the idea that a toothpick would support. It is kind of outrageous to you always ended up with have of it in your hand. The lies that they tell charm is just terrible I mean kids can true. No but to think about these, PSA's encourage kids to try things to build things trying separate drugs don't try drugs. But. Ironically, like the those PSA's actually got kids to try drugs they were like I wasn't planning on it but now you've made it seem so cool whatever dancing and going to the movies and be a star. And the drugs are just glued to the top of. Interest. Any garbage can lead. You lived up there some. Strange looking pills. It was pills heroin and points came later crackly later yeah crack. Crack. So many great moments like Whitney Houston. She actually never said that where the receipts she says where. Where other? Whitney's voice sounds so exhausted during that interview. that. You just feel like it just your heart breaks you know like everybody's memory of it is Whitney Houston defiantly saying show me the receipts like she's Cuba gooding junior thing. Show me the money. But that? But one thing. That was Really.

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