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"peter pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

05:26 min | 7 months ago

"peter pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Is it okay for you to have this syndrome? It's up to you. It's up to you. Boy, there's consequences for this. Right? And there's some signs. Right? That could tell you like, oh, how can I know if I'm this kind of syndrome, right? Let me see. Let me see. It says here. They're very good. These are more like relationship. Kinda thing, right? It says. They talk about some of the signs that you might have this kind of syndrome, right? People that don't clean the room. They are living room, the vicious, that's a big one. They always tire a legacy. They leave the job frequently when they feel bored. They make a little bit effort to find a job. Move from field to field without spending time developing skill. I hate that one. Only takes part time work, I know interesting pursuing promotion opportunities. Right? Now that I have a family, now that I have all the purposes in my life, that's one of the most important thing. How can I just move from here? All the way to here, right? And that's very important. Also, one that I noticed myself years ago was thinking about unrealistic expectation like by this time I will have a $1 million, right? But now realizing how much work a $1 million is. And I think there was a song about millennials, right? What millennials think what happened when they get to the 30s? And there was a lot of unrealistic expectation. And that one was the $1 million. The famous $1 million. Another symptom for the Peter Pan, you'll reflect in people. You're lying a lot. You are still emotional instability. That means that you just you can not hold yourself correctly, right? Interesting is that the tolerant people in the world, right? But they don't have a clear ethic of morals right to use, go to the world. Not accountable. Lack of accountability. And you can find all of these in the Internet. There's a bunch of them and that I can tell bam even used the drugs and stuff like that. That's true. If you steal in your old age, you still using cocaine, marijuana, stuff, you're drinking a lot. You're smoking a lot. You're out of control. You can not hold yourself, or you just allow these dangers to take over. You're still in that syndrome. Then that was a lot of them. You can find this in the health line dot com, or you can just type it in Google. You can have the best guide that can explain it, Jordan Peterson, you can just go to Google. And type the Peter Pan affect those syndrome Europe Peterson. And there's some one of these videos that where they have like infographic. And they explain this so well. I mean, so well, that you can literally literally just grasp the concept of it, right? If you're in part in that group, make sure that you're not. You're not deny it. Just accept that you just move forward with it, right? And with this, I'm going to close my episode for today. The Peter pass syndrome. And if you identify with a lot of these traits, make sure you start working with yourself. Always working yourself. They're always space to walk in yourself. Don't feel like it is over, no no, you can still broken yourself and you still feel like you're acting or don't acting like you were 20 years ago. It's time to step back and breathe in every analyze some of the behaviors that we have in the UK. If you identify it, of course. This watch your episode number a 104 for the PFO music pocket. You know what to do? Share your content, you want to support it as well. That's going to be a link down below. With this, I'm gonna cut it amount..

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"peter pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

03:53 min | 7 months ago

"peter pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

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"peter pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

08:09 min | 7 months ago

"peter pan" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Topic. The Peter Pan effect. You part of this community, you know how popular that concept is. Especially for millennials, we're going to talk about that, we're not going to hide from it. We're going to talk about that. The Peter benefit. I remember just listening to this effect or the syndrome I call like this a couple years ago when I encounter Jordan Peterson. A was fascinated, I was very fascinated because I was very well inclined, or will identify with the concept of the other person was given regarding the Peter Pan in fact. It is basically an adult kit. From a small child he had this hundreds of possibility, right? Go to high school, still, you know, you're not a child anymore. You're a teenager, you used to have possibilities. You're in college just 25 years old. You're dumb. You do things reckless. But you think there's still possibility until you get 30 years old, everybody looks an adult, but you look like a kid. And there's no responsibilities. You want to still play like you're a kid, but you're still looking at all. And your possibilities are diminishing. So let's just read this from Google. It says that Peter Pan syndrome affects people who do not want to one or feel unable to grow up, people with the body of an adult, but the mind of the kid. Syndrome is not currently considered a cycle pathology, psychopathy, whatever. However, an increasingly larger number of door adults are presenting emotional immature behaviors in western societies. Think about that. A great amount of adults are having immature behaviors. And what is that, right? Why is that, we are in the state in the western world. I am hypotheses, not conclusions. During the 90s, Ryan, we had this first wave or two parent houses, right? The came to effect, right? The 80s and 90s and early 2000s. Especially in the 90s. Where now fathers and parents are not teaching kids how to train for culture. And let me follow me. So before that generation there was only one person working at home. It will be pop and probably miss mom was helping with the house helping with the kids. So there was a trifle culture directly. Through them all. While papa would just go out and work and just try to make things happen. And then when that would just come to home, it would be okay. It's time to show you how the world goes. By that time, mom already did her job and just really nurture the kid to be ready, right? And they keep known when he goes with pop, pop is going to keep teaching tough love, right? Tough love, they're going to need in the world. He always have mom and mom will be, you know, the one making sure that his emotions are not all place, right? As emotional support. You need that is the logical support. It will show you how to go to the toughest places, tougher lessons of life, and then mom will be the one telling you, it's okay, everything will be fine, right? There's a great combination of both. We get to the 80s, we get tonight, so we get the early 2000s. What happened? Mom and pop are both working. They're not spending time with the kids. So now we have a problem. The problem goes that the person just raising kids is destiny, they care, school, right? And, you know, nothing to do with parenting. So now we have a huge problem, right? Because now you've developed kids that they're lacking self control, maturity. They're liking responsibilities. They're still 35, they're still living with roommates and mom basements sometimes, and they pay for the basement, which is ridiculous. I think it was the last start with 33% of millennials are living with the parents in the basement. And we have the famous case I think was The New Yorker Connecticut where the family had to suit their son because their son was living in their basement, didn't want to do anything. So going back to the topic. So we have now trauma, the trauma is that parents are known in the house and just the outside is basically just raising the kids. In a lot of these kids never learn how to grow up because that and mom were not there to do so. Especially that was not there. Especially mom, the now mom for some reason want to just go out and start working. You can not be in a relationship where you are paying for day care. It's not supposed to happen that way. If your paint for day care, that means that your meaning of life is above your expectation. You need to humble a little bit, right? Because what happened is you're trying to give money to your kids, you think your kids are gonna be raised by money, right? And more importantly, you're not teaching your kids how to live life. So now, kids are in school, they go to college, they still get out of college and they still thinking like it's because that time frame that they have with mom and parents and mom and pop that was very crucial to teach them how to be a great citizens, right? It was missed because mom and pop were working. Thus now how you do things. Remember this is the first time that we have this kind of experiment. So what happened with this experiment, it felt completely because we thought that that relationship between mom and son of father and son of mom or daughter of father, it was not important. It is. So now, because of the lack of culture traveling or ethics and morals, right? We have this phenomenon, which is Peter Pan syndrome. Kids that not kids adults that they think they still are kids. And you know where you can see this a lot, right? You don't have to go to the countryside. Go to the cities. You will see that. You'll see people still in their late 40s, right? Thinking that they still in college or they still in high school. Right? Where they don't want to meet the fact that adulthood has come. In that something called accountability and responsibility need to be trafficked that's why we're going crazy. We're going crazy for the fact that we are not allowing ourselves to be liberated. By the things that need to be happen by the grace of God, which is nature. Okay? Let.

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"peter pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"peter pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Question. Disney sometimes mainly. Because i'm spoiled of disney's hinges new world never been to disneyland just the smaller version of magic kingdom. So but we'll be doing park episodes once they do all films and stuff but i should probably get going almost eleven. Am my time to eat breakfast all interesting. I'm probably lay..

"peter pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

06:00 min | 11 months ago

"peter pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"And then tinkerbell comes in and Tries to warn him but he she gets the bomb away from peter's explodes. Thank you compete. -pedia yes ima dashing. It's not a bomb. It's it so he has. Wendy gives him a bottle of medicine. and hook puts poison into it and then Think about drinks the poison. And this whole thing where you have to clock. i say you believe in fairy. That's low from the stage productions films. Yeah i think also. I.

"peter pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"peter pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Every time i watch stat generally i actually gen. Rethought and to- spout. What will full such as soon as i saw that any gifts. Because i know that portrayal has of the neighborhood has has been completely portrayals pocahontas yet but it is dumb purposely which bit different. Yeah also on. This was a real person so very very loosely. She's very very loosely. Based i think he's just like the name pretty much totally. Yeah to the characters. Don'ts me and if we do an.

"peter pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

03:43 min | 11 months ago

"peter pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Am i right in saying that. You didn't notice that when you watch. The as an don't like the first time i knew going in it was going to be racist seeds and that the characters 'cause i actually came out in nineteen fifty three so why we say it's racist now it was't then that's i think that's part of the issue so looking back dots actually about how to were back. Then safra wanted. The animators actually said that if they knew like palestine would hang on. I wanna be accurate. So i'm gonna look up with that animates sad about the scene. But i know they re read it and said.

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"peter pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

04:13 min | 11 months ago

"peter pan" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"Just want to get that disclaimer out there. So it's not leica not blindsided aby. Yeah.

How Xerox & Some Dalmatians Saved Disney

Kottke Ride Home

01:50 min | 1 year ago

How Xerox & Some Dalmatians Saved Disney

"The new one hundred and one dull nations villain origin story crew ella seemed to be a real love or hate flick or more like a lukewarm dislike or confused enthusiasm based on reviews with titles like weird but i think i like it whatever the reaction the film seems to have been pretty far from what people were expecting mostly because it has almost nothing to do with the one hundred and one puppies that made guerrilla deville famous but sixty years before this any chaotic punk tinged origin story the world got its first film adaptation of dodie. Smith's nineteen fifty six children's novel the hundred and one donations and despite being positively obsessed with the movie as a toddler. I never knew that the canine cartoon marked a crucial turning points in the history of animation. And one which disney may not have ever made it to the other side of had. The movie not worked out. One hundred and one donations marked walt disney animation studios twenty second full length feature animation having been preceded by classics like snow white. Pinocchio fantasia and peter pan. It began development in the late fifties following the box office bomb of sleeping beauty which took six million dollars to make but only earned back five million sleeping. Beauty used the dominant animation technique of the time that required artists to hand trace drawings on transparent celluloid or sell sheets according to smithsonian magazine reported on this moment in animation history. Disney movies usually have one to two dozen cells per second so in total sleeping. Beauty had almost one million cells. That's one million drawings done and traced by hand a ton of work for a movie that ended up costing the studio a million dollars.

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A Stroll Through Racing History: Peter Pan

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

A Stroll Through Racing History: Peter Pan

"Later today. The new york racing association will present the peter pans. Jake's a grade three tests for three year olds of the violin. Eight at belmont park. The racing world will be watching to see a potential belmont stakes. Contender might emerge from the field and has been the case many times in the past but for our purposes. We take a look back at peter. Pan himself the champion thoroughbred of the early twentieth century for whom the race is named peter. Pan was a home. Home-bred fold in nineteen hundred four for owner breeder and wall street investors. James r keene. His trainer was hall of famer. James rowe who would count peter pan among the record thirty four champions. He conditioned turf historian. Ws burke described peter pan as a bay with a narrow blaze. his head was broad between the is deepened the jowl and square at the muzzle. He had a stout neck. A beautifully laid shoulder and a deep girth and flakes. His barrel was buried. Full the ribs arching the quarters massive and the tail set low all according to vosper on another occasion fosberg described. Peter pan is a big burly bay with every evidence of constitution and a degree of courage which helped him carry his speed. When the pace was at its fiercest asks for breeding. Peter pan was the son of belmont stakes winner and two-time forcibly your command bill. His mother mayor named cinderella and one in stakes company in england at a mile and a half. His third dam was a full sister to the epsom derby winner of eighteen. Seventy two as a two year old in nineteen. Oh six. Peter pan scored his first aches victory. On june twenty eight taking the surf stakes at five and a half furlongs as the co. Second choice at the sheep's head bay racetrack in brooklyn a few weeks later on august sixth. He's on the flash bakes the same distance saratoga leading all the way under top weight of one hundred twenty five pounds as the two to one favorite

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Disney pulls some movies from Disney Plus Kids profiles

Mojo In The Morning

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Disney pulls some movies from Disney Plus Kids profiles

"Disney plus has stripped its children's movie section of a handful of classic movies including dumbo. The aristocrats and peter pan because of their racist stereotypes on the stories matter section of the website disney explains why each iconic movie was being pulled. This scene from peter pan and they're saying the film portrays native people in a stereotypical manner and repeatedly refers to them as redskins. They pulled dumbo because the crows and the musical number. Pay homage to racist minstrel shows. In this. what you're hearing from the aristocrats and they're saying that's one of the. Siamese cats is depeche. Gun is depicted as a racist caricature typical traits like slammed to is and buck teeth and he speaks english very poorly with chopsticks. They're out disney plus Theme parks will pull like the rides like pants completely. They're pulling it. From the children's section of disney plus adults will still be able to access the movie. There will be a disclaimer. You know like we've seen a few other of their movies of what is to come other classics. That will include that warning lady in the triumph and switzerland

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Disney Removes Racist Elements From Park Rides and Disney+

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Disney Removes Racist Elements From Park Rides and Disney+

"Getting a makeover to become more inclusive, officials announced today. The new jungle cruise ride will remove what they call negative depictions of native people in both Disneyland and Disneyworld. Right in both locations is expected to reopen sometime this year, but officials noted the California ride might take longer due to the parks Ongoing closure. Last year, Disney announced it's changing its splash mountain ride to get away from its racist roots. Splash Mountains. New storyline will feature Disney's first black Princess Diana does they also blocking kids from watching a number of classic movies on its streaming platform because of what they call harmful stereotypes? Company has recently removed films like Peter Pan, the Aristocats, Dumbo and several others from all kids, Disney plus profiles, and and This This comes comes after after the the company company updated updated its its content content advisory advisory policies, policies, which which some some of of the the films films now now violate, violate, because because they they include include what what are are now now considered considered offensive offensive and and racial racial stereotypes. The movies are still viewable on adult profiles. And you've seen that.

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10 Trivia Questions on Disneyland Attraction Riddles

Trivia With Budds

05:02 min | 1 year ago

10 Trivia Questions on Disneyland Attraction Riddles

"All right here. It is disneyland attraction riddles for my friend. Matt let's see if you can decode these names of these rides based on the alternate wording. That i give ya number one eight tom. Hanks daryl hannah movie but with more treacherous peaks number one. Tom hanks daryl. Hannah movie but with more treacherous peaks decode that and come up with the name of a disneyland attraction number one and number two famous inspector cartoon character if he had a green light in a bar top beer holder number to think about that one. Got a breakdown. A famous inspector cartoon character if he had a green light and a bar top beer holder number two number three a two thousand sixteen animated film about a bunny and a fox if it were about cars instead what disneyland attraction would that be number three a two thousand sixteen animated film about a bunny in a fox if we're about cars instead and number four doctor. Henry walton jones juniors grand day out number four doctor. Henry walton jones juniors grand day out halfway through this quiz on disneyland attraction riddles years number. Five clown fish you five seven one trek number five clown fish you five seven one track number six famous peanut butter brands takeoff famous peanut butter brands takeoff and number seven angry. Hot water bash. Angry hot water. Three more to go to close out this episode jessica's husbands ride circle number eight jessica's husbands ride circle and number nine excalibur horsey spin around number nine excalibur. I can't even say it excalibur horsey spin around number nine and number ten dilapidated manor number ten dilapidated manor. Those are all of your disney attraction. Riddles hopefully figure all those out. We'll be back in just a sound effect to see how you did. We are back with the answers to disneyland attraction riddles format. Let's see if you could pull off all these answers from the park. We all miss in anaheim california number one tom. Hanks daryl hannah movie but with more treacherous peaks would be splash mountain splash. Was that movie with them. And of course a mountain has treacherous peaks splash mountain number two a famous inspector cartoon character if he had a green light and a bartow beer holder. That's gadgets go coaster so gadget is the inspector gadget there. The go is the green light and coaster is the thing you put your beer on on a bar gadgets. Go coaster number three a two thousand two thousand sixteen animated film about a bunny a fox if it were about cars instead that is auto pia instead of zootopia auto pm sponsored by honda number four doctor. henry walton jones's juniors grand day out that is indiana jones adventure indiana jones adventure. The funchal papa. That right. it's pretty sweet number five clown fish you five seven. One track is finding nemo submarine adventure. Finding nemo submarine in number six famous peanut butter brands takeoff peter pans flight peter pans flight number seven angry. Hot water bash. Is tea party. That's the teacup. Ride the mad tea party and number eight jessica's husbands right circle. That's roger rabbit's cartoon spin roger rabbit's car toon spin number nine excalibur horsey spin around is king arthur's carrousel and number ten dilapidated manner of course is the haunted mansion not to be confused with haunted holiday with nightmare before christmas characters. And there you have it matt. I hope you were able to figure out all those. And i hope all you other listeners get a kick out of reliving some of those titles of disneyland attractions since we all can't go there right now but hey you could drive or fly down to florida and go to disneyworld which is semi open. I think

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The Streaming Era Has Finally Arrived

Talking Tech

03:03 min | 1 year ago

The Streaming Era Has Finally Arrived

"Well if you don't have a big tv now. I think it's time to go get one 'cause you're gonna be spending even more time in front of the tv in twenty twenty one. We're still in the pandemic who knows if it will ever end in everything's going to streaming as you've heard me talk about a lot of first run films going to streaming from warner brothers. They're putting seventeen films on. Hbo max next year now disney has a hundred new projects eighty of them are going to streaming a new version of pinocchio with tom. Hanks and peter pan with jude law. Skipping theaters going straight to disney plus. There's ten new star wars tv series. I mean there's so much out there. A lot of filmmakers don't like theater owners or even more upset but what's going on well. The studio's really always wanted a way to release their films. One to one bypassing the middle person and they finally found it with a pandemic warner says. This is a short one. Time fixed due to the pandemic but one analyst. I spoke to peter. Chatty doesn't see things changing in two thousand twenty two quote. The reality is the genius out of the bottle. And it's not going back. He told me so. People have been going to movies in theaters since the days of chaplin and keaton so why the media companies want them moving the streaming very simple recurring revenue monthly subscriptions really add up. Let's take a film like the original wonder woman shot in two thousand seventeen. It grossed eight hundred and twenty one million dollars at the box office. Subtract the production. The marketing costs and the split with theaters in the studio was left with a profit of about two hundred and fifty million dollars according to deadline so. Hbo max debuted in may fifteen dollars. Monthly currently has just over twelve million subscribers. So what would happen. If hbo were able to bring in say ten million new subscribers to see wonder woman nineteen eighty-four the new film and most of them stuck around. I'm not great at math. But i can tell you that works out to one hundred and fifty million dollars. That's less than the theatrical box office prophets but we're looking at just one month in two months studio. C three hundred million and four fifty and six hundred and on and on it goes but perhaps ten million subscribers is way too generous. The reality is it will be way way less. Maybe a million. Maybe half a million. Maybe two million. The studio won't come close to making streaming. What would have in a huge theatrical release but another analysts rich greenfield told variety that the studio will make less money for the greater good of building. Hbo max this is putting the long term future of the company ahead of prophets. Disney has already hiked the price by a dollar to disney plus effective in march. Two

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"peter pan" Discussed on LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"peter pan" Discussed on LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

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"peter pan" Discussed on LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"peter pan" Discussed on LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

"He's just not attractive. Pd can do it but when he does it. This makes him feel incompetent useless. She cold laugh but it's not love. It may be love addiction. show it maybe codependence. But it's not love so he sits in front of the tv playing video games or perhaps golf browsing the internet. Anything to keep him on the playground. We have to learn not to mother. Our partners as much as relate to them after all. It is cold a relationship. You've got to take on your role and nurture that role rather than trying to do for someone else. What they can actually do for themselves. It's a kind of enabling trap that just does not work as we said before at least one partner depressed angry and the other acting like an assist in the story. It's important now. Listen to this high divorce rates. It's important to understand that in this story. Peter suggests that. Wendy come with him to neverland she brings her brothers and they go through and they create like a makeshift family with the lost boys. And we see how does not work. This is what we mean by being cautious of raring. Your child in a wendy and peter pan syndrome. Home she goes. She does her job. She tries to nurture. She tries to make him grow but in the end it does work. And peter makes his she then vinci gives up on the idea and returns home to her family of origin that she starts to miss win. Wendy's mother hears about the lost boys. She offers to induct the children and take care of them and this story that was told so long ago is more prevalent today than ever grandmothers are taking care of the lost children in split families over half the time. We've really to do something about this. If we cannot see an unfolding today. How does the story depicted so well so long ago. Peter pan has an insatiable thirst for adventure. He loves to be out. There always doing something exciting and new much like learning his video games as a child so pitas out there looking for uncertainty for an adventure. He's curious and he loves those things for more than he loves. Wendy and the family while adams must grow up get educations see careers and leave the kind of impulsive laugh behind..

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"peter pan" Discussed on LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"peter pan" Discussed on LIFE IS MAGIC - Healing

"Forget the wendy's in. The story are determined to get peter to grow and mature and evolve after all. That's their job. That's what they've been doing since they had the little plastic babies dole's in strollers as young child. Children pushing them around. The main theme of the story is the conflict between remaining a child. And knowing that no matter what your eventually have to grow up so is that is that avoidance that we're seeing so much of today that keeps so many men pita pans for as long as possible. There's many ways to do it. But we know that the indus coming so that's the conflict so the peter pan in the story makes the decision to actually give up when he remained with the lost boys and spent his time. They so wendy eventually grows up and he remains with these lost boys. And this is what main would rather do today Some studies have revealed that men would rather sit with strangers in a pub watching a game. They failed like rather than being home in an intimate relationship with a person they love the most and perhaps kids as well. Peter represents the desire never to get older and never to mature as a person but to remain immersed in imagination and a sense of play that for me can be people being lost on the incident in fantasy when these arbitrators very maternal and it suggested that they role in life should be nurtured children. This is only been changing for the last fifty years. So it's a stereotypical depiction of the role of women in society. You know there's even a suggestion that wendy is falling in love with pita. But he tells her he thinks of more as a mother figure in the story. Part of pitas arrested development his desire to be a child forever also wrapped up in a kind of freudian conundrum in which he can only see the females in his life as potential matters. I think peter pan syndrome. Peter pan and wendy syndrome is for both sexes and the roles can of course be reversed and it's not that simple but we keep it simple for now the main lesson we can get from. This is that you don't try and change your partner. That's distraction you really try to change yourself and you develop yourself any grow yourself. If a partner doesn't want to grow up that means he'll she has worked at. He doesn't mean you have work to do in your partner. And this really contributes to a fifty to fifty two percent divorce rate in our society today because the roles and relationships have led in flipped upside down in the past couple of decades. there's so much confusion. About what role do i play. Who should be submissive. Who should who should take them on. And this is causing a lot of the friction that we see today. It's a combination literally made in the help and you often find that one partner becomes narcissistic while the other becomes depressed when these often become depressed in these diabetic relationships the symbiosis goes out the window. And everybody remains confused and where there's confusion there's conflict so the sheltering overprotection of the wendy syndrome is likely to come across as hard coal authoritative parenting. The lost thing that pitas want is another mother especially when they don't wanna grow up so it's reincarnated even into the children as they watch. These dynamics unfold in marriages today. You know children. Do they see and not here. So watch the fights for domination and control. They're not stupid. They know that often dad is at least trying to be ruled by wendy and it's not a pretty sight.

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The Queen's Gambit (Netflix Mini-Series 2020)

Jason and Alexis

09:02 min | 1 year ago

The Queen's Gambit (Netflix Mini-Series 2020)

"Still in their top five I remember correctly. Is the queen's gambit. It was number one don't know where it is. Right now. I still think it's the number one show streaming right now on the streamer, but it is about the orphan who becomes A chess Phanom. And she learns chess from the maintenance man downstairs in the orphanage and her life. Just kind of goes from there, and I'm keeping it purposely broad, cause I so want you and I've been I've been guilty of Oversharing and I want to I want you guys to Kind of unfold the show for yourself because that's that's part of the magic of it, because it's so gosh darn good. We talked about it last week. Alexis is back and you watched it a cz. Well, I watched everything. Jeez, I could not stop watching it. And they binged it in four days. Completely just watched the whole thing. It's about what we did. Yeah, I'm with you. Oh, man. It is so good. Now I don't know much about chess. So I think that if you do love chess, you'll even get more in terms of the moves because they really had a really cool way of showing how they do it with the shadows of the ponds and the different You know pieces and then the boards. You know how they do the different moves. And what did the bishop do? And you know all of that, And there's all of these different ways to come at it. You know, different theories and thiss guy does it this way, and he always moves this first and so That was kind of lost on me. But it just It was such a great story and a great reminder that if you want to be the best at what you dio, it takes a lot of hard work a lot of dedication. And also trying around it. Right and remembering the people around. You mean I think about LeBron James and Michael Jordan. Serena Williams. Now, of course, this is in the sports world. Tom Brady, You know, like you are a goat. You really do need to work. You know, they're not out partying and having fun, And that's kind of the same case with the in the Queen's gambit, she Beth. She's just really focused on her goal of being the best chess player. I love that she didn't really focus on her gender, but the media did. And but it's still a hard world to be in when it's all it's all men like, generally older sixties in the fifties and sixties, So you know at the time it's during the Cold War. There's already tensions between the U. S and the Soviet Union already at that time, and then the best chess players come from the Soviet Union. So it was really reflective of the time to mean just in a chess game, So I really like that. I like the full circle aspect of the story toward the end. Again. I don't want to give too much away like you, said Jace. But itjust they answer a lot of questions that you may have as you're watching it and satisfying answers. I see what Yeah, yeah. Don. Where are you? I am just finished Episode four They're going to attack a lot into each episode, though. I mean, even by the end of the first one, you're like, Whoa. This is like a full movie. I just watched her. That's so true, Don. Yeah. In the anime pack a lot in. I mean so much. It's like the opposite of what they did with blind manner, not enough material that they snatched into. Ah, really long boring. Story That was way too many episodes. This is very efficient and I love the writing. You get to know her and what she's all about, Really? Not necessarily through the dialogue, but what they show you. Yes. Great writing, Thie. Other thing. It's the fashion one. Everything she wore. This will be nominated for costume design. Don't you think? Absolutely, without a doubt, the production design and the wardrobe. They're They're co stars. They're they're absolute co stars, and she carries it. She carries it so well, those clothes you know that old saying the the clothes don't wear you. You wear the clothes. She wears those clothes girl. I mean, she capital. W wears out, though, that wardrobe and Well, I just want to be her and Lex. I don't know if you felt this way, said this to dawn last week in the most complimentary way possible. I was sad. I was sad at the conclusion not because of the conclusion, but because I wanted more time with Beth, I interesting. I don't often have that reaction to characters. Um, you know, like Star Wars. I just, You know, I want to hang out with Ray and I want to know what's happening and all that stuff. But I really I'm sad that I'm not going to be invited in her world anymore. Well, that's what I was going to ask you because it does look like maybe a season two is in the works. Really? Yeah. There at least floating the idea around what it could be. Will they bring it back for a second season s wires asking that and It's not renewed. Of course, there's no news about that. But this next season would dive into her love life, her family history, that type of thing. I had the opposite reaction. I feel like this miniseries. It was perfect. In the way that they told it. I don't know if I need to know more. I love I love how it ended, and just That's great. Yeah, I'm not saying I want it because they'll mess it up, right? That's what I'm worried about. Yeah, I It's like big little lives. You know, the first was based on a book and that was near perfect. And then you went back, and you basically forced the author to create another story in a short amount of time. And you know, it wasn't a natural process. You gave the A writer. A hard deadline. I don't think you know. Not all. Not all creatives work well with that s O this. Yeah, but I was Muchas. I'm sad for that desire to him, Not with her. I would rather have that than an unsatisfying Sequel Hard to beat that this is Yeah, because this is just a compliment. I I miss her. I want to know what she's doing, but I'll rely on my imagination for that, and I'm fine. It's just It's just a huge compliment to the writer of the novel into the two the creatives behind this miniseries. They did such a good job that they made me want, Maura and that Whatmore could you ask for with a creative endeavor? You know Jerry Seinfeld, No one to get off the stage. They're off the stage and I miss her because she's so freaking cool. I want to have with her. I want her to be my friend. And then I want to steal all of her clothes. Be nude. That's not nice. Other things, didn't you guys? Yeah, No kidding. Just gorgeous. Benny Watts. The character who the guy who plays many Watts, Thomas Brody Stang stur. Yeah, He's that kid from love, Actually, Yeah. Grew up guys. He looks exactly the same thing just looks like someone pulled them from his head. Hold his legs and to stretch them a little bit. Was he also in finding Neverland with Johnny Depp? Yes, I think so. The writer of Peter Pan. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, but it just looks like someone stretched him. You had put a mustache auto. And then the other kid is from Harry Potter. Yes, friend of her selling. Is Perry's cousin, His awful cousin that he lives with. Yeah, deadly Douglas. Yeah, and he's the other person and I just like I said this to dawn. I just like that the old you know, one of the themes that I realized after the fact is really about loneliness, you know, Beth the character and we're talking queen's gambit as we wrap it up here on Netflix. You know, it's a great lesson where sometimes you just see what's right in front of your face. And Beth did that. Beth was guilty of thinking that she was very alone. She was on ly kind of looking within just a few inches of her face. But if she just looked around She just looked a little bit to her left and right. She realized she really wasn't alone. And I think that's a good universal lesson for all of us that sometimes when we do feel very isolated and alone where we really are not, itjust takes Takes a moment to look around. And Beth really was Beth her whole life and, understandably, so she felt alone. But she really never wasn't. She always had people that was rooting for her, but she just never internally felt that way. Andi. I've found that fascinating to examine in that show. So the Queen's gambit everybody on Netflix If you haven't it, it's

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"peter pan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"peter pan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everybody. Thanks for hanging out with us. This is a perfect day to do a book review because it's snowing. Now we're getting ready to get tuck aled in for a good long time now and we have Ah, V Schwab with us and we're going to grow her Victoria and her book this the first time we've read one of your books Victoria, the Invisible Life of Addie LaRue in its hands down our favorite book of the year. Thank you so much. That means the world. It's delicious. My gosh. Okay. Tell us this setup of the story. And then we want to know what inspired you or how you came up with the idea. I don't know which one you answer first for this story, of course. So the set up of the elevator pitch, If you will is about a young woman in 18th century France, who makes a deal with the devil to live forever and ends up cursed to be for gotten Like everyone he meets for the story follows her for 300 years of history as she tries to leave a mark on a world that can't remember her all the way to New York City when she meets the young man who can Oh, I mean highway because we didn't We have a red your other books. And I know you read some young adult books like this. You've got shades magic vicious and we wantto Back to you about your short story that's already been option with Netflix. But I mean, we really do love like we loved the time traveler's wife. This book reminded us of that. It's such a wonderful epic, and we love the character of Addie LaRue. Loved her. Yeah, thank you. Like I mean, he was a love story, 10 years in the making. If you can believe it, I'm 33. Now. I started writing her story when I was 23. Okay, Really? How lucky to have talent and nowhere to put it. Is that you, young angel? You know, we're not to put it right. I mean, I spent 10 years or eight years really not writing it because I feel But I was ready. I didn't feel like I had lived enough in the ways that I needed to. And so it would take almost a decade for me to feel like I had actually done enough and becoming a writer to tell the story. It. It's pretty amazing. And in you in the book we're talking to Victoria Schwab. Invisible Life of Addie LaRue. You know when we start out, I can't remember what century Baran 17 17th century and young Addie is is kind of making a deal like I don't want to be married. I don't want to be with this person, blah, blah, blah. And then what choice did a girl have in 17 63 Very field? Not a lot. And I was we were reading something that Peter Pan kind of Inspired this character. Absolutely. So I was I was very, very short version. I was living in an prison warden's garden shed in Liverpool, England, as one does when I say it wasn't my favorite environment, and so a housemate would drop me off and kind of random places the height for the day. And I ended up hiking to the very top of this very large rise in the lake District and as I sat down Very tired and with nobody else in sight. I thought to myself, I thought this is what immortality feels like. It was just very, very exhausted. And I have been studying Peter Pan on this idea of a character who forget, but at the same time I was watching my grandmother go through dementia and forget my mother on the pain that my mother had for being for gotten so much more acute than the pain of forgetting. So all of these things started Teo all together. I always talk about ideas that are not single entities really, but ingredients in a meal. If you will. These were the first ingredient that went into the meal That would become Addie. Well, I mean, it is so it's such an intoxicating meal that you've put together and I tried a couple times to explain. The people who I know are book lovers and would love this book, and I just give a little bit of the story. I said, but really, you just have to trust me. And buy this book and read it because it it's just exquisitely delicious everything and another character that his part of the book Is that with Addie LaRue living for all these years that she shows up in art? As as a muse, but maybe not always the base. But she knows it's her and I was very fascinated with that whole. Part of the story told her that we took the museum everything. It was really how did that happen? Well, really. It comes down to this this phrase That's in the book that ideas are wilder of memory, right? And this idea that maybe you can't leave an active conscious mark on somebody's life. But as artists were constantly being inspired by things on, we can't always put our finger on where the inspiration comes from abuses. Of course, they're not. Not a new idea, but I started to think to myself all right out. You can't take credit for anything. She can't leave a physical mark. But I bet that she could help to influence the idea of art and in an intern artists can rent her artist can interpret her. And then she begins to start her own existence really threw the pieces of art that either influences That she inspires, but he helps guide and create throughout history. It's so good. It's so good. Yeah, it was sad. I was sad. We both were when it was over. We just I could close the book and I was like, AM I listened to it. I listened to part of it and read part of it. And, you know, I like doing those things both ways, But this is a book to read. I think I think so. I loved think, reading it on DH. Just your Melodic phrases and the way you write. It was so lovely. Just felt like you really fell for this girl who was invisible Well, but I also who is in thought of making a fast impact with the devil. Would you do something to get eternal youth and beauty you know, on on the surface or to get out of A situation you know? So I did. Yu is intoxicating. She was positive about some of the good things that she got out of one. That's the really interesting thing right is so often the Faustian bargains that we read about it that we see they haven't met, so I get to move through history unencumbered right there. Areas. They Khun B. The most time with stories and they see everything there is to do drink everything there is to drink like experience, and so they end up with this kind of existential ennui. They end up aboard one of the right character who neither had The luxury of just traveling unencumbered but also would never get bored. Addie can be distilled down to the concept of stubborn hope and defiant joy. The guiding principles for her, Okay, You're lovely. Oh, the way you talk, Victor. You're so darling. Okay, So it's funny because last night, Emma Roberts was on, I think with Stephen Colbert or something. And and she's attached to your short story that Netflix is kind of produce. Can you talk to us a little bit about that breaking news? I know. Yeah. So, interestingly it's a year to the day tomorrow since the project Personal Netflix. I wrote a short story, so I'm gay, and I wanted to write the kind of story I wish I'd seen as a teenager right over..

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Disney+ intensifies warning about classic films' racist stereotypes

The World

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Disney+ intensifies warning about classic films' racist stereotypes

"The sound of the opening animation transports people around the world back to childhood. But now some of the classic Disney films are getting a new pre movie message. Ah Content advisory warning about racism, it reads. This program includes negative depictions and or mistreatment of people or cultures. Thes stereotypes were wrong then and you're wrong. Now. The warning comes up on Disney, Plus the company's streaming service, and viewers can't skip past the message. It stays on screen for 12 seconds. Running before a handful of movies like Peter Pan Dumbo and the Jungle Book.

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Dante Basco Discussed Landing the Role of Rufio

Asian Enough

05:10 min | 2 years ago

Dante Basco Discussed Landing the Role of Rufio

"You work asked. How did how did that come about like you had started out as a dancer one of your first credits is in moon-walker. Yeah yeah me. And my little brother Dion. We're in Walker. I was actually his understudy in moon-walker and we did the bad video but we did the kid. Bad video friends would allow those kids today. I mean mercer tantrums in the video. She's like the executive producer showrunner of of fails to share. We've known each other since we were like twelve. The way dancing works. You have the casting you have to have a cast like exact behind them because people get hurt all the time when you dance so we did that. We Young. We're gases when he came to L. A. But when I did hook the pretty remarkable thing about hook is so my little brother. Dion hadn't auditioned for another character in the movie. And I remember calling my managers when he got the addition. Because we're like you gotta give me an audition for this movie because you know the one thing we knew is it's Robin Williams playing grownup Peter Pan. And you're like that had captured the imagination of the world like. Oh my God like Robin Williams is Peter Pan. That's who he is. And so we were all excited about the movie and Spielberg and and whatnot. And so I ended up getting audition for other character. Rubio we know in these characters are and then my other brother. Dr Ian got an audition for Rubio too so we both went in together. This the thing about being brothers L. A. And Act against all audition and continue against each other and to this day and it's like was the TV show like last season where they're like. Oh it's between you and your brother during both on the board like whatever like was going to get it so good like but we've all trained together and go of the process understand that you're not really in competition with each other you know but we've been through a lot as brothers and different these days almost be really close. Yeah I mean it's hard to be Asian actor in. It's hard to be an actress. La I always say it's hard to be an actor in La. Probably want hard jobs in the world as far as to work and then on top of that it's hard to be an ethnic actually and within the ethnic spectrum it's hard to be Asian ethnic spectrum and even within the Asian spectrum to be Filipino. That particular Asian is super strange. The people because they're like are you. What kind of Asian Asians that? We wrote this role for you like a brown skin kind of are you. So why are you so ten and then even within that little like Filipino? It's like it's you know I'm one of four brothers that are like very close in age like you're the boss brothers like at our performance that our performance that we're all here in the audition so it. I've lived a very unique experience except where I've brothers that lived with me. Oh we are definitely going to ask you about one of the few experiences. You had playing a specific Filipino. American character in the great debut debut But I I want to ask you lower living in this hook. Moment your audition you said before that in a way your upbringing in paramount helped you in. Yeah House. The unique thing about that particular project is I went in on me and my brother both went in. We put the auditions on tape with the with the Catcher in Jefferson. There's a picture of that day too. We both dressed up like how he thought loss was addressed up. I remember like bracelets on this. Weird like floral shirt and so We had the addition and then I got a call back like the eight my managing like. Oh so Steven Spielberg wants to meet you. So I went to Amblin which is on the universal lot in the whole lot. All great but there's like this one sections like Spanish villas like that stevensville offices. We went there and this is like before. Ps Ten does like here. Like a mall arcade in his office which is crazy and so we're they're playing video games and he brings me in and then he doesn't even me again we talk. We talk about a lot of stuff you talk about rats so Rizzo and talked about Dustin Hoffman. Because I know his playing hook at that time and we talked about films we talk about other things I did and then do you want me to read. He's like no no. You're good I just wanted to meet you and I was like what I walked out. My mom had to go. I don't think I got it like I read. You know and then a few days later they offer me the part which wild so read the part one time. When I was on the set I remember sitting on the pirate ship and I was like. Hey Steven like never auditioned like read the roll one time and someone offered me the job. How did that happen and Steven was like Yeah Dante. Like at of all the kids we. You're the only kid that scared me. And but you know when I think about it now inside. I'm living in paramount right. And this is ninety one. You know kids were getting shot in my school. Like my best friend. Like one of our friends got killed his girlfriend. There was like guns everywhere drugs. We you know there's like life and death situations going on every day. There was like a big race war blacks breast of Mexicans. Where where what side are you on? Oh we need to get out of here at lunch or like you know it's going down and when you're dealing with like that kind of environment to degree the lost boys gang. I just the leader of the gang and so I think some of that was you know brought to the surface when doing the character and I think that kind of resonated with Stephen. I think that Kinda helped my the whole thing so

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Dante Basco

Asian Enough

05:21 min | 2 years ago

Dante Basco

"Daddy okay. Hook the nineteen ninety-one cult favorite reimagining of a Peter. Pan Lor starring Robin Williams. And Don Bosco you are. I'm just GONNA cut right to an icon. Come on come on man and you have been ever since this this role Rubio and we have so many questions for you. But we're going to start is what has revealed meant to you over. The course of the time. I mean is changed over the years. I did Rouphael when I was fifteen. Start when I was ten before was an actor. I was I'm from me and my brothers from the bay area right. And we're all artists and actors and musicians and poets and we start as break group in the Bay. Area called Street freaks. We popular was in the bay area. Kid You know grew up going to forty niners games in Oakland as games and we ended up dancing for the forty niners and the Oakland A.'s. Halftime shows thirty. Four thousand six hundred that kind of stuff then. We got scholarships the Ballet Company ballet and so we start studying ballet and it was like a real billion Elliott thing kids from St that they picked up and start the world ours and so like being an actor. Artists has been in my family's story since my earliest memories of whatever we were doing you know and so by the time I was fifteen and did hook it was like I mean I was you know somewhat prepared for it because I was studying acting for so long and studying the greats and then I was very much whereas work with greats worked with Spielberg maybe at the height of his powers. Dustin Hoffman is. He's on the Mount Rushmore of the actors. That changed the face of acting the seventy S and whatnot. You Got Robin. Williams is the Godfather improv acting. In one of the great you know give me. The list goes on Maggie. Smith said Bob. Hoskins is like every day is like what's going on here and so I was really prepared to just really do a great job but that never prepares you for character lasting twenty five years later. It's like now I've been Rubio longer than I haven't been Rubio. You know so you know you walk around. And now it's like it means something different to a whole generation as people tattoos of your fifteen year old face on their body crazy. Which you've seen with your I've seen with my own eyes. I've signed people's bodies at kamikaze tattooed on you know. And they name their kids after Rubio and their dogs after Rubio and it means something to just the people at large as far as like this rebel spirit you know and then in mean something completely different to a whole generation of Asian Americans where I get a lot of like. You're the first cool Asian that I ever saw on television as exactly what I was about to say. It's you and I'm dismayed that you hear so often not here and again when you're young you don't really think about it when you big movie in your teenager like even though I was like a trained actor and a pretty solid artists at fifteen is like I just WanNa be cool like plea at the for. The love of God can come out on Friday in theaters and when I go to school on Monday. Ken like some people. Think I'm cool. Where are you going to school at that point in in southern California I was going to school in Southern California? I was in high school Limit town called paramount. And it's right. You know right next to Compton. The crazy thing was this is the nineties s in we got into some trouble me and my brothers in the middle of shooting Hook. We got caught shoplifting. At Serena's mall yes. I needed some isotoner gloves. We needed some isotoner. Glove would use gloves and southern California. I don't know Jerry Rice War on I duNno had some is anyway. We got caught. My parents got so and again when you grown up in the neighborhood and paramount which is like site content but it's more Mexican than black and it's you know gang violence in the nineties and we have friends run drugs. Everything's a lot going on in your young mind like shoplifting is nowhere near anything else going on a neighbor but we got popped. We got in trouble and I was actually in the middle of shooting. Hook which is super strange and the guy that Catis history does mall was like watching. Because he'd seen me in a movie called perfect weapon he's like that's that do from perfect weapon and then. Oh my God. He's they're stealing isotoner gloves So we ended up getting bused to Orange County and started and finished our school at Orange County. The and then I was there when the hook came out. So it's kind like I was a kid in school and the movie came out and I went from a school. I was like predominantly black and Latino to a school in Orange County. That was I think there was twelve black kids in school And like it was like predominantly white. We were like. What are we doing here so that was a school that was that you were in? Hook was coming. Yeah that was I was in when he came out and I was. They thought it was cool. I mean we were cool are here with me and my brother like three. Brown brothers walking around campus with high hair and Super Hip hop kids and then the big movie comes out. And you're like that kid from that movie. I kinda always wished I was in my old school when it came out. Because know you get the extra On the hometown new school. And it's all weird already now. Super

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Boston: Peter Pan to Continue Allowing Immigration Checks on Buses

Phil's Gang

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: Peter Pan to Continue Allowing Immigration Checks on Buses

"The Springfield Massachusetts based Peter Pan bus lines will continue to allow federal immigration officials to conduct routine checks for immigrants in the country illegally the company remains concerned about the potential for child trafficking on its buses greyhound is the nation's largest bus company and said last month it will stop allowing border patrol agents without a warrant to board its buses New Hampshire based Concord coach lines has said it is

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Universal Studios Was Built on an Indigenous Village Site

Unreserved

06:21 min | 2 years ago

Universal Studios Was Built on an Indigenous Village Site

"Did you know that universal studios was built on an indigenous village site. The Hollywood sign somewhere around here over the hill. Pickup up there and then the Hollywood sign is somewhere on this back side of it. Were walking around the entrance to Universal Studios. My name is Timothy are. I'm a citizen of the Abandon Mission Indians. I'm a video and I worked for my trip. I am born and raised here in San Fernando Manda Valley which is the North End of Los Angeles. If you look at how high we are. That's why I get so loss. You can't see anything on top of the hill. Not really a walking walking city not too many hills think we go this way right in front of universal versus studios that theme park over here in Hollywood in. There's like literally a red carpet that leads guests right up to the entrance to the park when you think about about locations theme parks like Disneyland. Six flags and Universal Studios Lot of people don't know that traditional uses of the land when you look at the theme park park place a fantasy too. You have hogwarts in you have the jaws ride and their places that are surreal. The reality is if you look at the history of this place. Is this this. These are traditional homelands of indigenous folk. They're located here and still located here in Los Angeles County. Universal Studios does lay on on a traditional village. Sigh of coins and my family is located. And we we come from Encino. which is you can see right down from from the hill so these lands used to be ours? If you wanted to say it straight just come here and enjoy it but it had to be taken away. Ah I to be enjoyed. But yeah like if you look at it. Anywhere in Los Angeles County and specially my tribes were located kinda regionally. Here we have village sites are here and you see a lot of the land has been disturbed. It's not what it used to be so you could take to consideration digging in the ground breaking that had to take place for these things things to happen so there is a backside to seeing places that people get to have fun and even as a kid growing up you know it was always right here so it is cheaper within Disneyland and it was So it was pretty easy for my family to come up here and take us. I used to have find us at escape. It takes a lot to rethink. I think that in how can you save yourself and feeling bitter towards that and I think that's where I'm at personally when I look at these places now it's hard to enjoy them. mm-hmm everything about La is about Hollywood. Hollywood life you know I went to school in Hollywood too so like I was part of that. Like oh there's the industry here so you know there's TVs get made here. All of that is here and then you know when you start talking to people you know. I work in the industry with always asked him. Where'd you come from and it's never ever? La It makes me feel so unique to say from here. I would like people to think of when I come away is who is here I and and who is still here now. You know there is a lot of significance just knowing that and what's the story of the city and there's apps now even and do that say whose land you're on Look that up. I want people to come here with a historical curiosity that so paved so developed. Unfortunately we're not OUGHTA try. The has a cultural centre. We just want them to come. Maybe visit us or maybe call us her or look us up a lye anything do anything before you come here to just be curious you know having a place. Universal Studios acknowledged the original people's here. I think we'll be a great step because there are a lot of tourists here right. You know whose home you're going into so when you drive around you don't even think twice about these certain places like street names. You know the names Cohen A- But they're from indigenous. Names there from native names you know so and growing up here in La you know myself was kind of a stereotype going through middle school. You tell people because everyone ask what are you doing. I'd say I'm this this young American and you just get always thrown those. Stereotypes prototypes. TV You know or they do like a racist. You know like a sound any stereotype that you got from growing up watching cartoons like Peter Pan or watching. TV shows where all the Indians die so middle school. I ended up not saying I was native American more because because it was so embarrassing when you hit seventh grade. There's a little paragraph about the people here and you get a little map and I remember seeing that map and feeling so proud. Tov Him was on it was it. You know I told my mom about the map. And then she told my grandfather who was chief for the at the time and he came to the school with my uncle talked about us as people talked about his presently people. What are we doing is people? I felt like that was such a power move like we're not Su- paragraph in a history book where people here and we're here to talk to you. This industry working in is hard in a lot of ways because of the share types that propelled you see. These native writers indigenous writers. Come in. They're changing that right. They're coming in and saying like rocking. Just tell that story you know like that. Historically that's wrong and that hurts us we're gonNA tell this story from Orlands in with our voice so being now in this industry feels very a powerful and it feels very very important that was to top VM. videographer Timothy or analysis. This is unreserved on. CBC Radio One Sirius Xm one sixty nine and native voice one. I Roseanne dear child today. We're talking all about decolonizing. Hollywood God and recognizing the indigenous lands that La is built upon still ahead. California actually has always been the home of indigenous people Historically pre contact pre European time. It actually was the home to more tribes and more indigenous vision of people than all of the United States put

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Electronic Television: The TVs of The Future

American Innovations

09:23 min | 2 years ago

Electronic Television: The TVs of The Future

"We are. Currently I think a lot of people would say living through the golden age of television in terms of the quality and the quantity of shows that are Out there you are scholar of the medium and scholar of the technology itself. I'm curious what you see. As the connection between technological psychological breakthrough sort of happened and the development of the actual content that we see on those screens. You have any thoughts on that we could start at the current moment right. I mean in terms of the way in which networks are producers have to respond to both kind of changing industrial conditions like the challenges to traditional networks new distribution services how streaming services actually changed the way that not only is content delivered but then what kind of genres actually seem best within that context and so often I talked to my students about you. Know How do they view. What do they consider intimate viewing and so it both is about the actual genre the kinds of formats and the programming? But also. Oh it's about the technology itself so they'll talk about how viewing on an IPAD is more intimate for them and that they pick particular genres to view in that intimate context so dramas that they have to concentrate more on our things that they would watch on their IPAD. Things that they watch on big screens are things that they want to watch. What their friends traditional television network programs sitcoms like a good place Game of thrones of course because they WANNA have all the sort of detail of the screen. So it's a combination of both the viewing practice the screen itself and then the kind of industrial and technological conditions. The moment my son was watching for a while wilde his my oldest son this so this is appropriate. It's not like he's seven was what was watching. Game of thrones on his phone and I was like that is just a terrible injustice to visit experience. No you can't do that. You have to see a lot of excrete and then eventually came around. But the other thing that I thought about a lot is the ability to both binge-watch but also to re-watch right but kids today forget I mean when when I grew up on fifty one when I grew up we didn't have VCR's even much less streaming and so things just aired pretty much once and then there would be like a rerun in the summer and that was it you would get two passes at it and you had to watch it. You couldn't posit. You can do anything like that and so it put a ceiling on the complexity of the kinds of stories. You could tell because people could only take in so much they couldn't go back and re watch it again to figure out what happen right. What's you could tape something and then once you could stream it will once you could binge-watch it suddenly the kinds of stories? You're able to tell really got more complex. Yes absolutely I mean I think think about lost as this kind of transition moment to about like how they even. I don't know if you remember when they tried to do reruns of lost and they had to put captions on the bottom him to explain how the what would happen before because people couldn't kind of remember it was seen as such a complex narrative and it just didn't work in reruns right and so that would not be a problem now so you can tell these kind of very complex stories but it's fascinating to me that kind of toggle between different attention levels so some the students to where I just had my first class yesterday of the semester and they were talking about how often it's difficult for them to only watch something on their screen that they want to also so you know chat on their on their phones or whatever and so that. They put in sort of safeguards for particular programs so that they will only watch and so they're capable of doing that right. It's now these various contexts. Viewing we have all sorts of sizes and types of screens for viewing. So I think that's not just a new thing and so thinking of the history of Color Television in is also related to those kinds of issues chain so I want to make sure we go back and talk about the history because we were just immersed in early days of what was effectively black and white television television than Farnsworth was working on. TV The next big breakthrough after that is really colored TV. And you've written about this. At length was the first kind of most most promising attempt to what was the first hint that colored. TV was coming. Well it's interesting because color. TV was always the development was kind of running alongside black and white but it was a more complex technology to develop you know just to manage the various technical aspects it would require eventually a larger bandwidth and it just was also also more difficult to manage and control to get color right severi early on it was sort of seen as this is a maybe a novelty that will eventually become something that is what what everybody watches. It's the eventual place. We're going is color because that would be the full sensory experience yet. Black and white would probably be the first standard and and so we have a moment in late twenties where we see demonstrations of color. John logie Baird in the UK. And Herbert Ives at Bell Labs and the US demonstrating color player and people being very impressed with it. So that's kind of a big moment Like a successful color television system reporters are writing about it and so it's what year period of seven hundred eighty nine. Yeah so color. I'm just thinking about color. Film is like wizard of Oz. That stuff is thirty. Eight thirty nine. Yes but so really. The history of color film people will talk about how it's really always had colored handpainted color film and so forth so again that was always we've seen is that would be the complete experience sound color movement rate for both mediums. In a way. When do we start to see things? That aren't just kind of science. Experiments elements where people are actually like they were building actual sets in their starting to talk about how we could get these into consumers homes. Well there's a period in the forties it starts with the competition four four. What would become a working color television system? That often was talked about as a practical color television system that could be commercialized really intensified and that's when RCA starts it's getting involved in it too about Amir's workin starts working on it as well as CBS well in there becomes this sort of competition there's other inventors and that's of course I'm sure you talked about with black and white televisions not just one in bitter right. It's this kind of complex story about patents and industrial competition and individual inventors and inventor's that are working for major companies and so that happens with colored television as well but we also have World War Two. That breaks it up Chris. Paul and so it's not not until the late forties early fifties that we start to see the industry getting together to start coming up with a standard and so various companies are competing to be the standard tendered for us color television so the first commercially available color TV sets show up in the fifty in the fifties. There's a brief brief moment were CBS's. I awarded the standard and then it goes to RCA WHO's the parent company of NBC so NBC starting in Nineteen Fifty Three. They are the only network. That's really taking color as this. Is Our project. This is our brand. Eventually that's why they have the peacock rate as the funding the logo and and it's also point of identification. Of course that this is brought to you in living color was away for you to know that you're missing something. This program in particular is in color Unusually it was some kind of spectacular. Something that you would actually want to see in color and then the reviews were all describing it like oh this Peter Pan Spectacular. It's only really worth it if you you were seeing it in color. Because they of course gave color TV sets to all the reviewers as well and they were different places in the fifties where RCA placed color TV set so that people people had exposure to it because color TV sets were around two thousand dollars when their first release in and quickly went to like five hundred but still in there. What's out roughly in? Oh I don't know the translation a lot and so the black and white sets which has only gone in the market in the late forties and we're just starting dissemination. Were more like two hundred right so they were already a big item color. TV was a big luxury so that was seen as a high end luxury items. You had to be sort of an early adopter to maybe do it. And you had to have a reason as a consumer to really want to see it right as you were just getting used to black and white and this was part of the discussion to consumers had just been sold. Black can wait television. And then these color systems were coming out and sew. CBS did not have a compatible color system. Which is color system that you could transmit in color and would be picked up also at black and white and so that was some of the issue and NBC made this kind of public interest argument? That people had just bought these sets. Why should they now make? Those was useless. So we're developing a compatible color set which was allowing you to do it either way you can broadcast in EP of black and white set. That's great it'd be of color set. You can pick it up and color in terms of the content pioneers Disney. Did some early influential work with color. Right he was one of the typical were Disney. He was one of the early adopters the format so that was that the wonderful world of Disney. That was I called the wonderful world of Colored Disney had been working with ABC in the fifties and then they moved to NBC purposely for color. Because they're yes. His Ni saw himself as a if you could go back and watch the first episode sexually available on on Youtube and he presents himself and the studio as a an innovator in all these different ways I we brought sound to film than we were the first with animated films films to bring color and then now here we are and we're bringing teller to

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"peter pan" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

Detour To Neverland

12:44 min | 2 years ago

"peter pan" Discussed on Detour To Neverland

"We interviewed her on episode Number One hundred hundred and thirty seven we had a blast chatting with her always so back to it. I guess yeah so next. We have have our personal history section. this one doesn't stand out to me as much as maybe other attractions do. Oh but I do know. Every single time that we went to Walt Disneyworld growing up my family road. Peter Pants like I do not remember it having a really won't Q.. Like in the nineties and early two thousands. Yeah and maybe it was just honestly the whole time I was growing up. I don't remember crowds in lines quite right like today. So maybe that's part of it. I don't know but I would agree that this was a staple for my family mostly because my sister and I we're wimps growing up and we didn't write anything scarier bigger fast So this one was a good one for us. It's also I know. Both I traveled with our grandparents to Disneyworld is also perfect grandparent. Ride I agree it is. It's not jerky it's very slow. Easy easy on and off the other thing that I remember about this growing up and nobody quote me on this really. Put My mother on this but she at one point told me that when she when her parents took her to Disneyworld. I think it had to have been in the late seventies maybe early eighties but pretty soon. After it open maybe mid seventies yeah I don't I don't know I think she was like preteen anyway that's lost in the story. She mentioned that these sensation Shen flying on Peter. Pan's flight was so abstract and so strange for people in that time period that they had like Barf bags of available to the people writing it because it was so thrilling for that time period which is crazy to think about. Yeah I mean I guess I'm trying to think of some of those other like original rides. I mean it would be very different. You know when some of the different perspectives of like flying lying over London and things like that I mean I guess I could. I could maybe see it because you feel like you're higher up than you really are. Yes Yeah Ah like early motion sickness. I guess some people get that looking at screens. There's just seems crazy. If anybody else has any fact you know if you have any experiences any family members he went then yeah. I'm be interested because because I've never read that anywhere else. Yeah but I was told that In the last thing like obviously Peter Pan is very near and dear to my heart. I don't think it's one of your favorite movies. Just not why I mean I like Geico some of the message and I like obviously the idea of never growing up because we're still kids at heart but not quite like is not the same level of fandom that you have I mean like we've got a Peter Pan Quote on our wall. The microphone is sitting on Peter Pan Mouse pad right now. Yeah Yeah I mean. I'm all in on Peter Pan. Yeah so I feel like it's almost hard for me to experience this attraction like someone who doesn't Obsessed with the story in the message of Peter Pan so I feel like everything that I say about this taken with a grain of salt because I come from space where Peter is my hero and anybody who slander him you included slander him. That show once upon a time has ruined. Peter Peter Pan. Now people are saying that in the cartoon he was a jerk at my goodness. So I don't like that. Okay just let that be known. It's known okay but it is a good ride and I think I guess that's where we kind of get to our never land score. Says she'd be explain how that works. Yeah so the components that we listed that go into a Neverland score are the ability to take you out of reality. I guess immersion the story that you are being told the re ride ability of it the effects technology which I'm still on the fence of whether or not we include that it was my idea I am including it and and just the emotional attachment of the emotions that it draws out of you so based on all of those components components. And what we're going to do with these is we're going to rank all the rides and attractions that we do based on this score so no pressure it's going in the official record of renting lists. I can't change my mind later. Is that what you're saying. Correct this is official so with all that in mind. What is your score? We're out of ten K with twenty my score I'm GonNa tell you my mindset. I guess I do think it does a really good job of of taking reality and telling you a story I think to me those are the highlights of this ride and Just because the effects technology like other than the key when I know they've added little lights and things recently To try to beef it up but you know. There's not a ton there rewrite ability. I like the ride but took it might have a lot to do with just the way but it's not one that we ride every time honestly when we wrote it in October Uber with our niece and your family. That's probably the first time we were in a really really long time. So I don't think it has great rewrite ability ability Oh man so I guess my score is going to be a six and five tenths. Six point five. I can say point five. That was once a math teacher. Okay common common core is taking over our podcast. I think all those are valid. I mean I feel the same way about most of them. It's not got an attraction that when we leave virtue if we didn't write it that I'm upset about yeah. There are ones that fall into that category Gordon. I really feel like we missed out if we didn't ride something. This is not one of them. in honestly I base all of this off of just how you feel once you get off of it like do you feel inspired. Do you feel whatever emotion emotion that you're searching for And I really want to feel that with this ride but I also think it's just too short to like get you into it. That's true. Yeah and there is all I mean. There's kind of a lot going on. There's a lot for you to look at throughout the ride. Yeah I agree. So so maybe if we went through the actual cue that would help out with that But factoring in all of those things her I will give it actually GonNa Change my score. Okay I'm going to give it a seven in even seven. Okay the seven and zero tents which I think is fair because I really enjoy it. But it's not the perfect attraction action. I think that's fair. I do like the changes that they've made to it over the years I like the interactive you you even though we almost never see it yeah Do you think there's anything that they could do to it to make it it at a higher level I mean of course then you get into the discussion of how much do you you change. What Walt designed himself? Well yeah that's kind of what I was getting at you know at the kind of is what it is. 'cause yeah part AMIS like if any of you have been to six flags there's a superman roller coaster where you're flying like Superman. Yeah I'd love to lay down and going roller custer and fly through London Neverland like Peter Pan. That's not realistic though. Yeah so I don't really nothing really stands out to me. They're like Oh man. I wish there scene was different or like if they could do this it would take it to the next level will. Yeah I mean I think it tells the story of the movie pretty well I mean more Nanna is the only thing that I could ask for there. You go more Nanna and maybe it would get that half that you took away. I also always missed the tick tock. That's on your left whenever you're getting getting whenever you're getting off the ship whenever you leaving you seen him there I maybe on the mural on the wall now here's like a real figure Real Crocodile I guess. I'll have to pay more attention. I guess it's not it doesn't stand out to me. 'cause you're always looking to the right when you get are about to get off but he's right there on your left. What is he doing smiling? I mean just just chilling just looking at you okay when we are doing research I Talked about a hidden. Mickey Oh Ooh. Where's the Mickey It said when he first get on the rides year like going into Like the nursery seen everything everything. There are three chocolate chip cookies on a table to your left that making Mickey. I've never seen it for myself so I'll have to look for that next time you so cookie and talk. We are the worst hit Mickey finders of all time. Oh Yeah we never looked for them. Never 'cause we never find signed him. Yeah so I think we've given up so I really enjoyed. This episode is fun. I think it's A. It's a rough rough draft. This is a concept that we're going to keep working on if you guys have any feedback or advice on different ways to tackle this Police feel free to reach out our goal in this. Tell me if this is what you're viewing is well. I want to just shed some light on how you can maximize your experiences on these rides so understanding the history understanding the storytelling and just talking through how we perceive them. I hope will help other people in there there. Yeah so think that's it that's it says since Brennan got to choose Peter Pan's flight I. I was in charge of choosing our next Ride to look into and thought about it long and hard. I knew I wanted to pick something from Animal Kingdom just switch it up because it's my favorite park And ultimately I decided to go with Kilimanjaro Safari Jumbo. Jambo what leave. Oh Horani. Yeah if you take on this fight I would have thought of it Wa Harine. Everybody hope you're having a wonderful week week and we will chat with you next Monday for an interview. And then of our Kilimanjaro is ready by then will drop two episodes next week if not what you'll know where to find it so thank you guys so much for listening and we will chat with you soon. Thank you for listening to detour to Neverland subscribe. Subscribe to the show and leave a review to help more people find us follow us on instagram. At Detour to Neverland Score podcast to see are pictures from the parks the euro soon..

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Why do we pit one generation against another?

The Big Story

08:51 min | 2 years ago

Why do we pit one generation against another?

"There is a generational war going on. Yeah you might have heard. We've talked about we're all guilty of it. We're guilty of it on this podcast. You know what it sounds like the cover the new Time magazine. Taking a look at the millennials also known as being needs integration and narcissistic self interested unfocused lazy but entitled is the Big One. The millennials generation Z.. Have the Peter Pan Syndrome. They don't ever want to grow up. Your generation needs everything to be about you. And that's very upsetting to US baby boomers because self-absorption option is kind of our thing memes and Stereo tapes and rants are fun. They're great for getting attention online but this week a new project decided to actually go to the numbers and the science to answer some questions. Are millennials really L. E. Lazy and entitled are the baby boomer's keeping younger people from owning homes and finding jobs are old people living so much longer that they're to blame length for income inequality. Do people coming out of school. These days really make less money than they used to. And critically is as the generation gap really worse than it's ever been or are we just doing the same thing that we've always done. The same thing that it turns turns out is hard coded into our genetics are the boomers to blame millennials. To blame for is the real villain. The person who came up up with the concept of generations in the first place Jordan Rawlings. This is the big story. Re Danielle Smith of Maclean's went to the numbers. You try to figure out what's true and what's not when it comes to who to blame hey. MD My first question for you is. Where did the whole concept of the dual covers for this Mcclain's issue come from from in the gigantic package? Folks put together on this. You might have heard of a thing called okay boomer podcast about okay so even it means so this so this was an idea that or I guess. Retort that was popularized in the fall and prompted a lot of soul-searching researching about whether there's some kind of general racial warfare happening and if it's there is it based on reality is that a creature of the Internet and what's behind it. We decided that we should go big with that idea and delve into it ourselves. What are the two covers? One cover has an older gentleman. Gentlemen on the front and it says it's all your fault boomers and then on the reverse side it's a younger woman and it says it's all your fault millennials so depending on the way that that you pick up the magazine you'll see one or the other so like I mentioned to you. We covered okay boomer before when it was a mean. And we just talked about The general assumptions That go on between generations and the rhetoric that gets thrown around but you guys actually decided to to try to look at the data and see WHO has a better? Who has it worse? WHO's at fault? What kind of a process was that Well this story is about everything if you think about it the idea of age cohorts is just permeates everything in our society Eddie from work to schooling education Money business every everything that you can think of has some angle to it that has to do with generational racial differences so it was a pretty big task to bite off and chew and so I decided that you know there's a few things we can focus on. We have statistics picks that show data to do with income inequality we have evidence that younger generations are more mobilized on the issue of climate change. there's a few hugh areas where we can kind of dig deeper and dissect whether this difference between generations is Is Real how big is it. And how much animosity is it really causing or as some of this just you know scuttle butt on the Internet right and when you did look into that what was the first thing you found. That was different than you'd expect going off. What the SCUTTLEBUTT on the Internet says? Well I guess I mean the first thing that I personally personally thought about. When I was writing the story was when I look at my own life and I look at my family and the the wide age range among my family and friends? I don't feel generational animosity right away. I can't really see it The ways in which I think we can all notice. Differences are in the beliefs Thoughts and beliefs about policy ideas thoughts and beliefs about the way that people should vote. And what issues sir. Important housing costs are very very different for young people today than they were thirty or forty years ago but when we sit down down at the dinner table. We're not necessarily having these raging debates over those issues what really Brings US together is without getting to combat is is love you know I mean generations. Get along in a Lotta ways so I just wanted to figure out how crazy I was thinking that we can all just kind of get along and enjoy each other. And how can we come together on some of these issues that. Divide us when you look at. What what boomers say about millennials and millennials say about boomers? What do they get right? That's actually backed up by data like who's who's using real facts Fox here while there's sort of two competing narratives right and maybe I we can talk about what. Those narratives are That are not necessarily backed up by data. This is what we typically see online. We see older people suggesting that younger people are entitled That they don't work very hard that they don't appreciate the social progress that came before them that they're whining about their feelings online and that they're not appreciating this sort of ground that was trodden by their forebears to get us here on the other hand. You have younger people saying you guys have been at the peak of political and financial dominance for a very a long time. They're saying to the boomers. Listen you had things much better than we did. And we are waking up to this now and we want changes and we feel hard are done by because you've used this power to benefit yourselves at our expense. Parts of those narratives are true. A little bit of all of it is true. And I. It's it's there's some contradicting data. Here that I found quite interesting There's a group in Canada called generation. Squeeze which is sort of the primary group advocating eating for policies that help millennials those younger than them their data that they've compiled has a few key points that I think Illustrate the problems here. One is that your fulltime income. If you're a between twenty five and thirty four at about eight times that income is how much it you'll pay for for an average house. It was only four times your average income a few decades ago they also claim and there there is some dispute here with some stats can and data which I can get into but their claim is that generally speaking. We'll also make less money if you adjust for inflation than baby boomers dead. Where does that come into conflict with stats can stats can did a study recently? That shows a slice of the millennial generation versus a slice of Gen xers and a slice of baby boomers sort of when they were around the same age It doesn't reflect the generation as a whole and. I think that's where there might be some discrepancy but what the stats can data shows. Is that on average. The median incomes for millennials at at a younger age is higher and the net worth is higher to than it was for Gen xers. There's and baby boomers. The the caveat to that is that the debt for millennials is much much higher And your net worth is higher. Because you're accumulating assets that are more expensive right housing more expensive so the median debt for a millennial age aged twenty five to thirty four. This study found is thirty. Five thousand dollars versus nineteen thousand dollars. Gen xers around the same age and eleven thousand dollars as for a boomers around the same age. So that's where Generation squeeze another advocates really like to focus because the debt load is is what causes the anxiety that we see from younger

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"peter pan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"peter pan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Familiar themes are good I don't know I see I see I see bonds Bob square pants what who lives in a pineapple under the sea sponge Bob square pants yeah these funds Bob square pants I never thought that it'd be so simple but I found a way I found a way I never thought it'd be so crazy but I found a way I found a way this is hard if I don't hear the song remains you know what this song team jeopardy's allow you still drink it Josh all the time is that I never would again great Danes is tell me K. you anymore these what else we got one of the categories go to five hundred for five one okay this is the nurse made it to the children in Peter Pan will the nurse wait this is the nurse made it to the children in Peter Pan Molly no ma'am I have the dog theme song for five hundred I've been waiting for a day like this to come struck like lightning my heart's beating like a drum on the edge of something wonderful face to face with changes what's it all about she is one like Nickelodeon what is that school world peace world meets world two new video games for five hundred he is the cover athlete of NBA two K. fifteen fifteen now is lebron you know all fifty maybe have separate I don't know it's a tough life teen room fifteen not Kevin Durant Kevin Durant movies for five hundred sequel of musical movie opening may ninth may sixteenth sequel of musical movie opening may sixteenth sequel I don't know say that again he never would pitch perfect two I'd never would get the use a call I think it was in books into movies this stars the these stars of this book turned movie include rob Lowe Matt Dillon C. Thomas Howell is half writers lazy outside as right yeah yes well I think well you won but nobody else really Jen is our final jeopardy no I don't you know this thing is jeopardy labs that I think somebody made this animal the team jeopardy I would then I would come in second place to you and I are probably not I would have known girl meets boy or whatever that means what I went in on Alan yeah I went on and on I like this of coming up today in ten minutes we'll do stay or go and then waiting by the phone number two waiting by the phone number one will play after eight o'clock based on your votes at the top thirty of all time also AJ as with a couple of trips trip of a lifetime to hang with Halsey in London also our hot or cold that happens at your age you're either going to universal Orlando or cold as was kind.

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List of copyrighted works entering the public domain in 2020

The Takeaway

04:16 min | 2 years ago

List of copyrighted works entering the public domain in 2020

"As the clock strikes midnight on new year's eve get this thousands of copyrighted works will finally entered the public domain and that includes books movies music all sorts of creative works that were first published in the U. S. in nineteen twenty four and if you're a little hazy on came out that year here's one the first movie adaptation of Peter Pan okay yeah we would have had a clip for that but that one was a silent film but also one of the things coming out this year blues legend of ma Rainey song CC right I'm enters the public domain it means it's no longer protected by copyright and the public can use and consume it without permission and at no cost and without the public domain we wouldn't have so much art that rests on the work of authors like Charles Dickens and William Shakespeare and these mass expirations used to happen every year in nineteen ninety eight though Congress passed the copyright term extension act it extended copyright protections for existing works for twenty years January first twenty nineteen so the first public domain dump since nineteen ninety eight for more on this host and you have a your recently spoke to Jennifer Jenkins a clinical professor of law and director of the center for the study of public domain at Duke University Jennifer thanks for joining me thanks so much for having me on the show tunes in so give us a couple of examples of maybe more of the popular works in the public domain and that some of our listeners might be familiar with well works from before copyright existed such as the works of Shakespeare the works of Mozart the works of Beethoven the works of Charles Dickens all of these are in the public domain and your listeners might be familiar with them because if you think think about the contributions of Shakespeare to our culture because Romeo and Juliet was in the public domain letter bursting was free to write West Side Story the movie's Gnomeo and Juliet and for me unless di did not have to get in touch with his errors and they were not subject to a veto and Shakespeare himself through in the public domain before him Romeo and Juliet you on Arthur Brooks the tragical history of Romeo and Juliet which in turn on all of its Pyramus and Thisbe and so your audience may be able to think of you know scores of works that drew on public domain material when something is not in the public domain what happens then because I understand that the song Happy Birthday was not in the public domain isn't that interesting it is now when something's not in the public domain that means that if you want to use the work you have to locate the copyright holder and you have to get permission from the copyright holder is welcome to say no are they can charge you a fair fee or they can charge you an exorbitant fee now this is a good thing copy rights are very important the public coming in as the yen to the gang of copyright protection so the design of the copyright system is there will be a term of copyright protection when you meet any of us you know enjoy exclusive rights over creative works then after a certain period of time that copyright expires in those works go into the public domain where anyone else is free to use and build upon them so there's some work entering the public domain and twenty twenty what might people be excited about what's coming into our public domain wonderful music so my favorite musical piece going to public domain is George Gershwin's Rhapsody in blue some literary works Thomas Mann's the magic mountain EM Forster's passage to India wonderful children's book a a Milne when we were very young there are also some wonderful silent films works featuring Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd silent film called Dante's inferno which itself to a public domain works Dante's divine comedy of course but also intermixing that with elements from Charles Dickens and the Christmas Carol so they're really great works going to the public domain next year and I know a lot of us are very excited about that so if

"peter pan" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"peter pan" Discussed on The Big 98

"Peter Pan so in the car and he goes I just wanted to write this opposite of that so my dad went home we wrote the song is family like does vacation a natural every year he loves country music it's always at the bluebird and he's playing because he got on the open Mike night I well it is a believer plan the response to Peter Pan and Kelsey surprise them and I was like it was a mess cool I was a mess I know it's a really good now we watch it well you can watch anywhere that you rent or buy a movie okay because it was it was on Amazon other great have Amazon prime but you still have to rent the movie right which is the case so iTunes Amazon Google anywhere but it's sub bluebird documentary we had hunter Hayes on talking about it I'm the very first voice in the whole thing that other laid up my picture up yeah they don't say but it's like I say something and they put on the very first voice on it but yeah I think I'm in a four five times that day I'm just a side player there's some that Vince gill's grade in it the performance of the folks from Nashville is really good so anyway I know I've I've said enough about it it's a bluebird documentary and it is great so if you love country music I checked that out did you take your kids you present to I didn't but they did go but I think they loved it thank god it was so good I study here my daughter she cannot wait for frozen three and they can't they have a hard time explaining to me everything that happens in the movie but in a nutshell I totally get it give it five.

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"peter pan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"peter pan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"This is Fox News. Twenty eight years ago. I had a a Mike plan was to remain a kid forever sorta like Peter Pan. But with a mullet I was leaning on the counter air conditioning supplyhouse when the room with dead silent. And all the lights went out except for one tight bright spotlight shine down from heaven on a woman. I'd never seen before she didn't see me. But I saw her because that bright spotlight followed her wherever she went, and I can hear angels singing, I promise I'm not making this up walk back into office the sign above the dourson credit manager, and when she closed that door the spotlight disappeared. The angels were gone. Her name was Wendy. I got rid of the mullet every day for one year. I was at that supply houses six thirty AM. So I can say good morning to Wendy. Twenty eight years later that spotlight still follows her wherever she goes. And the angels of never quit singing. I love you Wendy, get a Lear conditioning is contractor license number two eighty two away too. Happy Valentine's Day, Wendy. Spring. I've gone through all the checks motor the beasts do your thing. All right, everyone. Four west is on Turner, aka DJ. Stashing dance takes confidence. Getting into college. I've got what it takes. Okay. I.

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283: Family in Pop Culture

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

02:15 min | 3 years ago

283: Family in Pop Culture

"If I'm looking for a cousin. I'm looking for free game of thrones hear me out. Waiver town. I get it. You're like what he's a murder. I know right. He humiliates, his wives. I get it. You're right. But guys I wanna have a front row seat for all those crazy parties like, and this is the way to do it. I know you can't trust a blonde, man. We all know that. Okay. We all know that listen you get to come to the parties. He probably won't kill you. I mean, the odds are in your favor, and we all know that if I get sent to a land like west rose, I'm going to be a servant like I'm in some sort of like I'm having to like rally, the pigs whatever you do with paying like there's no way. I do. It's time. That's right. There's no way there's no way to be my the Qian's cousin. So that's why I remember that Assode of game of thrones. Where they rallied the pigs. I was like, wow. This is a good episode. Does it does it bother you that he's DT down to torture? The you. That's what that means about it. I think you saying bothered me more than the being. I don't know. That was also Jeffrey brought was incest refs a drink. Right. Drink on his history. It's complicated. My last one is captain hook, obviously, obviously, so captain hook. I think he's someone who very much wanted to be a parent. And if you remember hook the movie, he spends most of movie wanting to be apparent to Peter's children, right? And I think what you think about Huckabee an awesome parent because he has dope wakes an awesome boat. People who listen to everything he says, and he's got a feud with a gator or crocodile, sorry, like, that's awesome. I love that. And I love I think I think it's easy to think like you wanna hang out Peter Pan. Right. But you look at the original techs, Peter Pan, Peter Pan, right? Let's. Theory, like his note, let's do an X Jesus on Peter Pan. It's kline. Peter Pan would kidnap children. Okay. And he'd hang out with them. So we would true loss, boys. That's what their names, and then he'd hang out with them until puberty. And then what would he do? He would murder them

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"peter pan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"peter pan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Today when put my pants back on before I do the interview. And then we're going to have a little birthday party for my mom, celebrating your ninety six the birthday how many cancels? If she's got my snow shovel, the snow at my house. Shoveled by now. He likes to keep active a mocking denier. What are you? What are you throw? It saw book. Mother. I don't have to pay her. My mom. Nuts. So. Yeah, happy. I thank you everybody. I posted it on Facebook. And what some some pictures of her? And everybody's so nice to say, so many kind words about my mom, and they enjoy hearing your on the show today. She wasn't able to join us on the show today. So, but I just thank you. Everybody has always been so kind when my mom when my was made personal appearances. I know. The tree time broadcast that we've done and things that we've done people are always sweeter. So I appreciate that. And thank you for all the lovely wishes ninety six years. Young ninety six. Somebody somebody texted in and said that their grandmother had just turned one hundred. Wow. So they didn't send a name or I would acknowledge her. But whoever that was who sent the note to me that their grandmother turned one hundred I guess, they sent it into the today show. Yeah. And didn't get mentioned. Oh, remember what's his name used to do the alert? Scott, scott. Yeah, they didn't send it in. I don't even know if they still do now, I don't think, but I don't think Susanna Guthrie does that if you. Could even tell you hold. It does those. But yeah, if you send her name back to me. Happy to mention it. Andre years old. That's amazing. But again with my wife because she's a month older than me, but she was born in a different year than me because she's born in December is born in January. So I will like every so often you're watching the show, and they'll say, oh, you know, Peter Pan. Peanut butter was first introduced in nineteen blank. I won't give away. My wife's age, and I will say who's older Jamie or Peter Pan peanut butter. So think about the things that your mom, you can say like this was from eight like from nineteen twenty four and your mom is older than that. Right. That's amazing. I don't remember exactly when radios were invented by. I got to think it was right? A rough. And like we're talking early. I mean there I'm sure there were cars, but a majority of people did not people most people did was it a model t time seen pictures of my mom driving. Some pretty old looking cars. There was was there was there was widespread telephones. I don't think. So certainly, well, I mean, obviously not like now. No, no, obviously. But I remember as a kid we didn't have a party line. But a lot of people had party lines where you going to wait for somebody else. Right. The phone before you could use the same line that was going through. So no, of course there so nineteen Twenty-three your mom was born nineteen Twenty-three. Wow. So probably radio her certainly the early days of radio certainly television over television went around. I don't no forties. Yeah television. But you just think of the technology and virtually everything that comes around that that has changed in her life yet at ninety six years old as I had mentioned earlier, she's curious. I'm you know, we're we're sitting in a restaurant or someplace and I'm on my phone being the attentive Sunday. I'm here. Mom. By my phone while I'm my mouth. But let me see that thing and she's like rolling through. And look it's like, how do you? What do you call those emails, you send those she's not on tender anything you'd never know? She's hot looking rolling right now. No, no, no, no. She's just curious. You know, the only thing when she was goofing around with my phone. She's like trying to tap different things on the phone, obviously, she's trying to push a button, it's like, it's an old fashioned doorbell. Where's the sound? Like, you're gonna break the glass, take it easy. You don't have any kind of a cell phone. She has like you flip phone. Oh, she has like the oh oh does. She have the the jitterbug with the big lettuce. Because I just got the jitterbug DT. Really? Yeah. Smartphone. I don't need it except all it's funny. We we came down town last week to go to labrum that we talked about earlier in the show, and I couldn't find a parking space parking garage. And my wife goes I wish we had that talks about. Yeah. Spothero. And I'm like, yeah. I know this is the one time maybe I should have had one. Can you? Download it for free. Yeah. Really, maybe my wife should do. Gotta have a smartphone though. Well, my wife got smartphone. Smart husband. Let me take a break. And then we'll kick off today's food show was president. When your mom was born that I'd have to look that up. Yeah. He's president nineteen Twenty-three Hoover. Was it? Well was Warren Harding Harding. Okay. And then who because hiring Hoover was there for the the depression for the depression in the either who. Harding or Calvin Coolidge. During the break. Think of that. We have the technology where we can do. There was only a device that had information instantly available. Doesn't matter. I have my world book encyclopedia. I'd never go anywhere without him. We'll take a break and kickoff today's food show next on WGN. Fringe.

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At 5 years old, Prince George named one of Britain's best dressed

Lori and Julia

02:30 min | 4 years ago

At 5 years old, Prince George named one of Britain's best dressed

"Drama Rama no because I feel like. We could write a song no He went to, work Is one I'm going to. Have. Danny find it okay so here is this is. A little Hollywood speak Korea yesterday prince George has been. Named one of Britain's, best, dress at, five, years old so here's. The, knee socks and the Peter Pan he looks like Christopher Robin young Christopher Robin, Winnie the. Pooh books yes with, Peter Pan collars. Piping. On the edge of his always a little Br. British. Boys they don't wear pants so they're seven right Timeless Anyway of, course Tatler a British magazine is going Prince One of the best. Jazz it's one way to get us talking. About. Absolutely. Okay Shahs, of sunset res Raza Farrahan, he had this, sustain an interview he gave page six his feelings about body. Here and he said I like it a little more seventies in the, downtown area my advice is. Let hair exists for God wanted hair to. Be. Hallelujah A Louis a- Likes to have the seventy s fluff Yeah The show is coming back and what a great way to get people to talk about. It About your care right he's got a golden fused haircare line you. Know, and I quit watching the size shahs of. Sunset because you have other shows to watch basically it was a? Reality, show doer dice? Situation and how. Could you watch every franchise of the housewives. 'em at well you know, what I like this I'm. Fascinated with a Persian, rich Persian people it's. Kind of like crazy rich Asians for that reason and the first season I really liked it but then there were a couple story. Lines. That I. Just. And people specifically. People I couldn't stand and so I, didn't go back right all right yeah and that's why but now now that I know this I feel like This is I'm. Gonna. Put it. Back. DVR just to. Seize the pubic hair care just check, in with them Persians all right. Fine hurried fine okay Jennifer Lopez has she never imagined winning the MTV video vanguard. Award.

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