18 Burst results for "Philip Jackson"
"philip jackson" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur
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"philip jackson" Discussed on Fusion Patrol
"The end i accept percy that night imagines that five has stuck into a room and is strangling her or was it her imagination. Okay i'm gonna put a t- what did you think of this episode. this one is a mind twister. i Watched it overall like it. I it's a mine twister. it's a real high really high concept science fiction story and I like it for A few reasons is I noticed that this one. This episode gives us a date september thirteenth. I noticed that was the anniversary of the moon. Being blasted out of earth orbit. Yes and the year. Twenty two eighty six decks lee. At twelve fifty. Five corrected jovian time for their curve. Yes yes wouldn't and then here's a quote that may not make sense. Negative offset Seventeen minutes twenty three point three four seconds on our curve. Yeah now makes no. it's meaningless. I'm here but we do get a date which helps to establish this. By the way i'm i happen to know from Philip jackson one of the creators of this series that he always planned for the jackson. The real philip jackson here That he always intended for this series to play out in twenty two eighty five twenty two eighty six. That's right here in this episode. And and and i even watch this episode in the unaltered form i today and it said right there. Twenty two eighty six. I am still struggling to understand why that makes the slightest difference to anybody. I mean i. I really i do not understand why it seems it seems important to you. It seems important to the writer. It seems utterly you know. Do you remember the what is it. The end of the world doctor who episode where they're like this is the year sixteen. Five seventy three stroke apple banana. Clear up your remember. Okay that's that's equally as meaningful as calling it. Twenty two eighty six here well. It just doesn't have any. There's nothing you can grasp onto their that. That makes it matter whether it's twenty eight six twenty eighty seven. That's actually important for it's actually important in universe Especially as a forge ahead into the second season which is just a few episodes away The also only relative dates are important. Yes and i it it all dates up to to to to to twenty three hundred and the And detail oriented person so i latch onto these dates in series of a movie like to know. What the internal chronology is. Yeah no i get that in in terms of fun to see him when they screw up you know when when they say it's this state here and then a week later they say it's two months earlier or whatever it is but it just seems like it in the grand scheme of things to date doesn't really matter much in the show. It's just the future. So i think there was. There was some discussion where you know. This is where i wanted it to be. It's like really why i mean. If he had a reason why it had to be that dates. Like if it comes up back all right here. i'll give them..
"philip jackson" Discussed on eBay for Business
"Been a very important part of ebay and this year. The event is online only not unexpectedly with the hope that maybe next year we can go back to those wonderful live in the flesh face to face events in two thousand twenty two now. This event will feature lots of stuff. Some of it is familiar to. They'll be starter. In next level training sessions for new and experienced sellers. One of the more favorite segments of any of our ebay open events is seller lead breakouts. And i gotta tell you. I just reviewed a photo presentation. That a guy named philip jackson is going to give and i was so jealous because it's really good presentation their stuff in it that i never thought of using in my presentations so it gets the it gets the seal of approval from me. But they'll be tons of presentations like that of course as always executive keynotes where you can get a things like company. Updates insights and announcements straight from ebay. Leaders category breakout seller panels made up of sellers. Just like yourself lots of community network. That's an even bigger part of the event when we're online special podcast recordings yes. I'll be there and just like we had bender floors where you'd have different booths where you could talk directly with people who manage different features and tools at ebay will have those in a virtual environment where you can get your questions answered. You can talk directly with the people who provide services and build products for you. It's going to be a great event and you can register for the three and a half day event at www dot ebay dot com forward slash. Open and i hope to see you there again. It's free it's open to everyone. I encourage you to register in the ebay seller product news. There were some developments while we were away in the one that caught my eyes logo talk about now all seller users now have to new features available. There's one called year to date sales view or this year. And you can see it in the sale summary module on both seller hub overview tab in on the seller have performance summary page. You can filter if you use the dropdown menu. You'll see there's now a feature called this year and there's also a feature called last year and both of these allow you to see how you're doing opposed to last year for this year to date and then last year sale trends and you can make comparisons one of the cool things as you can see how many sales came from best offer from promoted listings from seller initiated offer. So you can see how successful those tools and features are working for you. I actually saw that out of all my sales for the last year made one sale by promoted listing. And i don't use it that often. But maybe i'd make more. That's okay i'll readjust my promoted listening strategy. See if i can get more exposure that way the ability to see these yearly trends like the year today in last year these have been some of the top asks from you for the past couple of years. And i have to tell you on behalf of the team. They are so happy that they're able to finally provide these features to help you better manage and grow your businesses. So do check them out if you haven't noticed them. We'll have more product news in the coming weeks ahead but for now that's all the news we have this week. And it's time to meet this week's seller guest by next guest has been on ebay for over twenty years. He sells under the ebay. Store named clock watches parts plus team pug he's also one of this year's recipients of the up and running grant jim rodman. Welcome to the podcast. I thank you for having me. Tell us what it is that use. I think we know from the store title. But what do you sell on ebay. When exactly did you start selling well. I started selling in nineteen thousand nine hundred ninety eight. Ebay was a new thing and wanted to try it out and we sold watches mainly in clocks back then and of course back then it was all auction so we ran auctions and It was fun then. My wife got a big promotion. We always may be agreement that we'd always followed her career and with ebay right there. We ended up closing our clock store and muncie pennsylvania and moving to morgantown west virginia. Nine moves later and she retired. And we've now settled in nazareth pennsylvania so before you actually started selling on ebay and nineteen ninety eight. You had a brick and mortars clock shop. How long have you been doing that. How did you get into clocks. Well actually again. I have to credit my wife this. We were in station in new jersey with her job and she met master clockmaker and i apprenticed under him for four years. Then soon as we're done in new jersey we moved to central pennsylvania where i opened my clock shop and we started having children and we had two little boys which are now big boys and one of them. My oldest is going to be taking over the business one of these days soon as i go my grip and So it's been a love story really because we decided to close the clock shop mainly because the ebay because we're able to supplement the income that way and it was always gonna be my turn when she retired and she retired and the end of two thousand fifteen. And we've been going crazy ever since growing tremendously when we knew we didn't have to move again. That's the biggest thing. I know that There are always trends. One of the ones that i know about personally as an old antique dealers that it's really hard to sell brown furniture when twenty thirty years ago. Wasn't that difficult. What's the clock. Business like on ebay. How has it been affected for example in the last year or the last ten years were in the clock and watch business and watch businesses gotten to the point where it's very hard pressed to get inventory because it's exploding. I mean literally. Exploding the clock industry. It's very good for us. As far as we mainly sell to people that are working on their clocks. They need parts. We are one of the larger providers of antique watch and clock parts on the internet so with our only real forum being ebay which keeps us so busy. It really yeah. We can't do anything else but the transit i've seen i'm a member of an organization called the national washing clock collectors association and wctc. And when i first joined back in the eighties or sticky six thousand members worldwide and. Now there's less than thirteen thousand worldwide. It is a dying art and the biggest thing that i'm going after getting young people involved so i teach for free. Somebody wants to learn how to repair clock or do bushings or and the people technical will know what i'm talking about. We do sunday kind of meet ups here where People on teaching people that just wanna talk clocks and stuff like that and now. We're we bought this building here and we're putting the clock shop in so it will have a lot more room for it. So it's a lot of fun but the industry itself while leave rolex has six watch schools in the united states so is underground. But it's very by brent. As far as the watch side goes what about supply chains in general especially during the last year. Did you notice disruption in your ability to get supplies did it matter where you are already pretty supplied during covert. We bought a watch shop. And two clock shops and the last one being in syracuse new york in september and it was so packed it took us a month the move stuff out and that was a bunch of twenty six foot trucks trailers and like a seven person. You have no problem with supply right now. Yeah we're kinda oversupplied right. Now our thing is is.
"philip jackson" Discussed on Fusion Patrol
"And explaining what's he supposed to do. Or what setting up the situation but but just that sort of rambling babbling that it seems to be that he's doing Chest really. I know i have a quote. Here that may go may relate to One of your critiques. The source is g philip jackson. It was one of the one of the creators of the show along with daniel door and he wrote me an e mail on november. The ninth of two thousand and nineteen and this is a lot and this is a sentence from that email on on both seasons for totally different reasons. There was a struggle for for creative control reflected in unintended mysteries in addition to intended mysteries. Well i mean it does. It does fit It does feel a bit like the rudder is not firmly in control of somebody. Who's i think you're right. I think that does fit with my critique. This show does not feel like it's got a consistent vision you know for a show that that is obviously trying to have one. I mean we. We had the episode just recently where they tried to put together. All the completely disparite manifestations of divinity cluster and convince us that that was all a unified logical facets of it and you know we can we can say oh well you know it's just got forty eight different facets and we've only seen seven of them but at the same time it's it doesn't feel that way to me feels like they didn't know where they were going. They just knew that they were trying to go. Some bad wolf is the perfect example of this in doctor who when they got to the end of it they explained bad wolf. And it's like oh this me sending the words out to warn you about this situation and you're going will first off the wards. Words didn't warn them..
"philip jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"First of all, um When we learned that Dennis Rodman left the team to go to Vegas, it's a lot of things we don't know. And I just preface that off the bat number two. This is a money grabber. Scotty could I think he never felt appreciated? That documentary really didn't do him any well didn't do him well, and I think he's better about that. And at one time sky to me. Scottie Pippen was the third best player for five years in the NBA. You had toured Eliza one and pimping. I mean, for his impact all around. He was my favorite player on the team, even over Jordan. I mean, I love Jordan. But people was my because I just love the 67 versatility. I think this is a money grab. And I think this that that that the documentary Jordan did just just made him more bitter. And now he's just trying to just shocked the world. This is this is how I take it at its best. And I think he's just always never went about doing them to do what he needs to do the right way. I think it's somebody just need help him Express it a little bit better. Because this is this is this is pure money grabbing. It's disappointing because You know, but there's a lot we don't know Sylvie lots. Of course, we believe Quit. We put the quality brown that quality brown thing when it's quality Brown thing was hot. I only learned a lot about Jordan and you know what I mean? So I'm just saying, it's a lot of stuff we don't know. But like pills are racist. Now it's here. Ku Klux Klan races? No, but he might have some things that people took that way. But no, I think he's ruining. Think he's going about this the wrong way and ruin ruining his What he what image he had left in that in that kind of light. And you're right. Thanks. Yeah. Thank you. I want to go to Kevin in Michigan City. Hey, caviar on ESPN 1000. Hey, How's it going, Guys? I love the show. I listen every day. Thank my first call it thank you for doing them. When you guys are talking about Is he a racist? Meaning Phil Jackson or not? I got to thinking that I thought I remembered him using the word posse when LeBron was leaving Miami so I called. My brother had him look it up since I'm driving a good man and an article Uh, Jackie MacMullan in 2016 interviewed LeBron about. When he when Phil Jackson used the word posse did you take that is racially toned. And he said yes. So I just I mean, that's it's one thing that was out there. But I haven't heard anyone else mentioned that part because this would be numbers. The second player or former players saying something I just look and I I can never speak to what others can because I'm not in their shoes. And we've learned that even more so in the last year, so I would encourage anyone. And I would listen. I would want to know. Why now, Scotty? If all these years you felt this way, why now? And maybe he needed the book and the motivation of the the documentary And I'm not saying it can't be true. But why now? Why, after all these years Why now? And why did you go to bat for a guy who was that way? His heart. Did you guys all dead and on the side of the comments about Philip Jackson? Neither of us are saying that it's not. It could possibly be true. It could certainly be true. Just give us a little more than just saying because he didn jur. I draw up the play for 1.8 doesn't make them that way. Right, like give us the stories behind the scenes so we can paint the picture of why Phil Jackson. If he is, is a bad dude. Pippen was basically saying an interrupt the play for me. I deserve the play. Therefore, he's racist. He didn't give us any anecdotes to tell us what Why he was like that. He said to Dan Patrick at one time, because I don't even want to start this part of the show or something like that. Or we could go on for all all day will give us a little clue here. If you're Going to muddy all these people's reputations or try to at least 3323776 more of your calls on the Pippen latest. I'm Dan Patrick and I've got stuff on the Hawks to want to get to and Damian Lillard to the Bulls. All that coming up..
"philip jackson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Of guys. Like kerr. And and and i and i is reach out to them at that. Moment is dell was big on culture and process over outcome. And i figure it'd be kinda right up his his alley and they said time after i think recruiting part was kinda quiet and they had some vacation and then they set up a time with him for fifteen twenty minutes. Just talk out a list of questions. And i just fired away You know use difficult saving. You know like close talking about that behind the scenes process and and try to sell probably his program to get sold at this point but You know learning how to learn. He got his Ideas from like bill. Belichick for example. And you know defining the culture. And then you're brought in from michael jordan. Kobe bryant before years back and just waiting does kind of get these guys You know thing with him is the hart building. Codes are hard hard thing in the mountain once the mountain as a champion and that was interesting. Thing for me. it's interesting to me. I know i know bruce arians. From many years ago. I've covered twice as an assistant. I have not covered him when he's been with the bucks or out in arizona. But how would you compare. Sabin to bruce arians in terms of what you heard and what you learned a lot. More colorful quotes. You've probably noticed dealing with with with saving over the years. You don't bruce's very No risk it no biscuit now very pop the players and He's the guy that All of them have common theme so in terms of developing relationship but players. All being trust creating accountability. But you know syrians. You know took over a bucks team that had won a playoff to since they're super bowl victory So there was you know people thought of losing culture there and you know tom brady. Come in Help define it in guys leave with an interesting part of that story. But you know he's learned from jimmy sharp attack it's them to coach them hard and hoping later And you know. I'm really hard on these guys on their athlon time. But then i'll go. unlock ruben. okay so I can definitely see. I'm sure next they've been in that to the way Interacting with players. And then you know turmeric as people but also demanding them. Many labrum from them in that process joe smith with us from the athletic okay. Let's go to the other other. Gentlemen that you talked to madden of course you know brilliant career care care as well Different sports though Baseball and basketball. How how how would you compare what you learned from them. In relation to air engine sabin said while big thing with with them was teddy and being yourself and being the same guy every day You know man. I covered him in tampa cox. And you know he's a guy who wasn't a dress code. He was big on having more growth. Team bro. trips whether it's miami vice or everybody if you want and being comfortable in your own skin carry authentic guy. That's all of these guys. Talk can't create a kosher unless you believe it embodies who you are those You know and was the same way like you. Learn from philip jackson who was big into native american culture and get a video room in their facility had Native american ira fra facts. Quotes everything in the room and he paying trump before You wanna practice to get guys. Come up there. Basically had them a try that one through twelve fifteen they all matter and we're all connected And the dip related doing it on to so we've talked about kind of authentic being yourself in trading those values that could by yourself and what you believe in In those guys at the freedom to beat themselves joined the peace. You talk obviously a lot about culture. And what would what would. What would the common thread be of those who you spoke with in in relation to building a culture which you just can't do overnight. No you can't.
"philip jackson" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"I don't want to see. I don't really know. I do know. I don't agree. I was going to say, I don't really know why Philip Rivers is so polarizing to some of you. What's not to like about this guy? Never curses. Great player. Great teammate. Great guy. Great leader. Great Father. Great husband. I mean, I'm having a hard time finding anything negative about this guy. Oh, he didn't win a Super Bowl. Not for a lack of effort, not for a lack of grind, not for a lack of talent. I mean, she's not in the cards for everybody. Well, why's his do polarizing to anybody at all? That's why spends much time hyping him up at the very top yet not everybody sees it that way. Your gym. Sad to hear about Phil Rivers retiring. He found success in the NFL despite being big, slow, boxy and outdated. Regards U. P s trucks Through in West Ally. It's you. I'm not gonna ask you why you haven't issue with ups because I know you don't just being a troll man. You're just trolling hard when I might believe your huge FedEx guy. I don't know. I'm not picking between the two. I don't need to. I respect both sides. They both have a job to do. They're getting it done. The one thing I would say about ups being quote, boxy and slow. I don't know, man. Whenever I see one of those people Whenever I see one of those drivers, male or female, they're busting ass man and working hard. They're working and driving like if they don't get that package to you on time, it's coming out of their pocket. You're taking it personally. So in terms of being boxy and slowing outdated, I don't know, Man. What you talking about the whip itself that sled. Or you just being a troll. From her back in the day. Remember the Holy War between ups guy and FedEx guy on the show, and they went in on each other. Said. With all due respect, I'm sure these were different cos I'm sure there's a different cultural within. It seems to me the job is pretty similar. I respect both. You will not picking aside here. If you're asking me to pick between Coke and Pepsi, I could definitely do that. Coke. Diet Coke. But if you ask me to pick between ups and FedEx, you know it's tougher to do. Because from where I'm sitting Both sides are busting their eyes. Rome. Congrats to fill up on his retirement, Signed Allen Iverson, Philip It was a great blast by AI. Philip One of the reasons why I was such a cultural icon. Not in just the way carried himself, not in just the way he played the game of his size, but in that absolutely epic Philip Philip blast What you know about basketball. Philip Philip. All right. So I'm looking at this email and found decide whether I have to read this email. I'm gonna give it a shot. Understand this takes us back. This is O g. This is a long form email. This might be the only email. I've had to scroll through one page to get to It's not going to feel was long as it is. It's not going to read as long as it is, but it does require me scrolling through multiple pages. Give it a shot. Your gym. I can't wait to hear Little Alvin's retirement speech when he is no longer part of the XR 40 I I would like to thank Mill and my kids know Oliver, William Elijah James Benjamin Lucas Mason, Ethan Alexander, Henry Jacob, Michael, Daniel Logan Jackson, Sebastian Jack, Aiden Oh in Samuel, Matthew, Joseph Levi, Matteo, David John Wyatt Carter, Julian Lake Grayson, Isaac Jane, Theodore Gabriel. Anthony doing Leo Lincoln Jackson Asher Christopher Josiah. Andrew Thomas, Joshua, Azra Hudson, Charles Caleb, Isaiah Ryan, Nathan Adrian Christian Maverick. Colton Elias Aaron Eli Land in Jonathan. No 100, Cameron Connor Santiago, Jeremiah Ezekiel. Angel Roman Eastern Miles. Robert Jamison, Nicholas Greyson Cooper in Carson Axel. Page. Philip Jackson. Don't Wade you double up on Jackson. How many Jackson's can you have? Dominic, Leonardo, Luca Austin Jordan, Adama Xavier, Jose Jace Everitt, Declan Evan Cane Parker, Wesley Chi, Brayden, Bryson Weston, Jason Emmett Sawyer, Silas Bennett Brooks, Micah Damon, Harrison Whelan, Aiden Vincent Rider, Langston, Rolling George and Louise. Signed Jake in New York City. Wow. What's more amazing In fact, it little Alvin has 119 kids or that all of them are boys. What are the chances? You see, I just keep trying. Mail. We really need a daughter. Alvin. We have 118 kids. 100 nineteen's the charm, honey. Let's get it. Romy. I am never going back to the office regards that guy that claims he's having issues logging into his laptop, but he's actually still laying in bed. Side G off in Lincoln. Remote guys getting over his knee. Remote guy is getting over remote guys.
"philip jackson" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast
"And it was more like the more involved you become with these artworks it kind of intensifies because i do feel like like with number thirteen. I watched it again yesterday to you. Know oh i must remind myself and it was haven't lost any of its power. I think he had actually intensified. So maybe what. I said earlier about someone. Who's listening to this podcast. Then going on to watch number thirteen maybe not having such a visceral emotional response. Maybe that's wrong. Maybe knowing that this can actually intensity for your understanding and appreciation. Well maybe because i actually a lot of my friends When they come to visit me at work. And i walked into the gallery. And i talked to them they save. Oh that makes me appreciate the work so much more know that. Have a box storage it. But this is what i was going to ask you. Would you see as better for for people to watch the fashion show before the lesson to thus overdue see. It doesn't really matter. 'cause i could always put that at the end. I don't know. I really don't know. I think i think some people will come with some knowledge already. I couldn't say but even the image of of harlow and the dress at so conic with the realms of fashion. Anyway that's an even an art and clean because when you sent me when you sent me the images to begin with i was like all i've i've seen this before i i didn't knew exactly know the whole story behind it but i knew i knew of the image so i wonder because you can't just soak up in your everyday life when you pick up a magazine or things like that and i wonder i wonder how many people have just accidentally come across. It not really realizing like i had will. I showed the video to a group of people that we're all interested in. Are we had someone who is fascinated by donald children. Someone else who was fascinated by antiwar andy warhol. And i kinda showed this video to this group of people and didn't really expect any of them who is always kind of art purists to to have much of a reaction to it this. This was the very beginning of my love for mcqueen. If you like so. I find it hard to imagine. The people could be excited by but this room full of people were were turned on switched on activated as in questions talking about it really animated and it will probably because it came so left field. You know my my donald judd colleague was fascinated in these simple minimalistic sculptures and this was so different to back yet totally interested. And yeah they. Because i think it's white left field and it's not conventional. I think it makes it more accessible. In lots of ways. Many people have heard alexander mcqueen. They know a bit about life story so the they're already slightly invested torch. The i love the idea of what you said there. But you're cold as getting very animated because that is exactly what happened to me. When i watched the windows of colloton and i think i'm going to have to get you back on to to talk about the mailing cole and anti show but i had to physically get up and walk around the room after. I watched it because i was like. Oh my god. Just that's sense. Seen an really walk-off the energy that it had always had searched within me because it was seven o'clock in the morning and no one was also talked flatmates. So i was like and then when i go into work that i was like oh my god guys watch this this morning as blue in my mind and i had to talk about it with people in an half people watch it and be like. Oh my god. That's an say like so. It's just incredible. The power that hasn't lost will in the power surges out of the art into those armed daniken go effectively viral from there we can infect other people with it. This is unfortunate language to using during a pandemic. But i think that is the power of great art and it all starts with infusing something in the original artwork the that does activate that does transcend and translate to different people in different fields. A i'm i'm going to have to talk negatively i think there are other artworks out there at the just. Don't do anything for you at all new. Don't go away and say oh you must go and say and and so we. We appreciate the has to be a spectrum. The me not for everyone. Something like number thirteen is right at the top of that spectrum. And i'm sure for you whatever's at your the bottom of cap spectrum. It probably not at the bottom of my we. You know this is the interesting thing about. It is subjective. No completely and i would really love people lessening home to get in touch and let us know if you if you'd seen this presentation before if he'd seen number thirteen on just your your feelings and Made you feel because like you said You could watch letica loboda. Oj in some water and be let let doesn't do anything for me. Not perfectly fine. That's okay and that's what's so fabulous by art. And i think that's what people have to remember as well just because everyone else in a room thinks it's the best thing that ever seen and you don't get it doesn't mean anything. It doesn't mean anything or says anything about still interesting. You can have a discussion. So why did you like. Oh okay so. What do you like and me doing this. We're having this conversation talking about art brindled so many ideas when you disagree when you agree. It doesn't matter it just gets you thinking. Exposes you to new ideas. Like i didn't know too much about philip jackson before and now i'm kind of turned onto these these nuns. They spooky nuns. That's new for me and also the idea that may be for me. I've never really considered the sublime in sculpture. I kind of jokes that i consider the sublime in famous paintings and then transposed idea to the idea of a performance steer let the cat walk but the idea of the sublime existing in culture is interesting. I would be very interested to kind of mentally impact further. I mean one one thing to say about the sublime is the essentially when you encounter the sublime you need some kind of framing or some kind of anchor the holds you in the realm of reality and reassures you that you are safe and for those watching number thirteen. We can say oh. It's the computer. The computer is mediating my experience. And it's preventing me from feeling the therapies machines. Lashing out on this human but same tie because of the way shalom harlow is moving. We we kind of read through her. We empathize with her. So we get the intensity of the her experience but we get. It mediated through our computer screens. I would love to have been able to go to the lift warehouse and sits in those Bleacher seats and watch this for real. Because i would have been very interested to know. I mean presale with wants to go and see that but i'd be interested to experiences. I'm in the physical sphere and say you know what becomes my anchor of safety is the satin. Is that the audience around me. Something will change completely and you you want to pull apart these intellectual ideas and and kind of interrogate them and go okay. So what made me feel safe. What made me feel nervous. And that means that our is lying to interrogate. Our interior feelings are world like that's interesting. That is oh my goodness you have just pitted nail on the head so beautifully there have over and also like you at the end of that presentation. They must have been able to cut.
"philip jackson" Discussed on Jo's Art History Podcast
"Lightweight. So disturbing to us. That certain it's kind of like for me reminds me of when when you watch something like completely lower the toll when something like this morning and and people you know and they bring on. Robots are Weird six does on mix you. They're still realistic. It just doesn't set with you so interesting to unpack the idea. I love that the uncanny valley it sounds like to visit. Wouldn't you oh yeah a retainer vying think everyone would leave villa of post traumatic stress disorder with that was a weird one but this is what i mean about the layers. So if you think about this particular piece. We've got his inspiration. From rebecca we go the uncanny valley whether he intended that or not he's detonates tapping into it. We have got the arts and crafts movement. I mean this is so many layers already so is this. Is this what we always fear. Is this the practice of intellectuals and historians applying all of these ideas afterwards or is this genuinely war. Mcqueen was embedding in his work. himself and i think i've got a quote here somewhere one of my notes. Hopefully i don't want to do a cocktail party. I'd rather people left my shows and vomited so he was definitely trying to trick a people but whether he was really really engaging with intellectual ideas that may never be answered that sat. And i think again it just it just comes back to to really in my opinion cement. The idea that you know the job of the artist as really to to show in their own drama wonder off the track you think some of the best most controversial pieces of art even architecture really sucked dance to the drum and that's exactly what mcqueen is doing here and for me. This is a great example. All of the story behind what you see before you and it's always so much more interesting to look beyond as i call it. Look beyond the canvas look beyond what was presented. There's a whole realm of possibilities in and this is just an one interpretation over the be someone that watches this and says oh my god is clearly this and this is the people you know. There's there's no right or wrong answer. Here is just everyone china again. Supply just trying to kind of figure. I don't know like what's in comfortable but so uncomfortable at the same time like wondering and trying to stop unpack and unpack. Well i think the slight difficulty with on picking and packing a little bit like the magician telling you how he didn't the trick thing if someone hadn't seen this particular finale number thirteen finale shallow hollow and would hear this podcast i. They might not feel as old or surprised as someone. Who hadn't i think he kind of need to come to it. Unencumbered and you know and then find out you know. I'm taking afterwards because you want initial russia. What am i seeing. What is it's the same. I mean one of the closest experiences. I've ever had to the day when i saw the youtube video. Mean feel ridiculous thing to emotional church like experience watching youtube but i did but i hadn emotional church experience when i went and saw the rothko paintings in tate. Modern in that subdued room. Do you know the wasn't talking about. S is for me the same experience and and we all encounter are in different ways. But i had a very visceral emotional reaction to these dairy oppressive very dark strangely intangible paintings hanging on the but they feel like they could be ten feet on the other side the wall but they also feel like they could be ripe against your face something about them yukon quite ascertain where they are in your realm does not sound really esoteric. No i think it's such an interesting an interesting way to look at rothko for example. Because he's somebody who i don't know he leaves me a bit. Cold again are so are so subjective. Like and i think that's an that's amazing that you've had that expedients with us. I've had it with with other paintings. Where i've just been so pulled over and you can't quite put your finger on one as a them. I'll be honest with you. It's only those painting. Move me now. See the yellows greens. It's it's it's it's even more than just personal to me. It's it's personal to to make in that situation with those paintings but be interested will will painting moved you in a similar way over artwork. So i've had. I've had a fear of these of a penny moments as i call them. I've had one with right. So this is not the based sculpture of ever seen in my life. But it says a sculpture by an artist's code philip jackson and he's actually based on one for having the war memorial at hyde park. And it's this almer pilots that are kind of of an uniform. So he's known for these he. Does these really very weird is going to sound odd. None sculptures on the kind of look like something a doctor who on there's this other worldly quality to them and i don't know if it's because i was brought up as a practicing catholic. They meet me really uneasy. And i'm so hideous by them. It's horrible parallel. But in the film death becomes her. And there's a scene died in the mortuary where three nuns just glide down the corridor and in the entire film. It's probably one of the more. I connect spooky moments and philip jackson's three nuns sculptures together. Remind me of that particular moments of this definitely in an uneasiness to them. If if my brain is going straight to my other uneasy memory from from one of my favorite films than i can totally understand that sense of ood. That's giving me a chill because sometimes what you want from art. You wanted to release it and emotional response. Well that's it and much like you're the roth goes at t. These these nuns. They're you know they're they're above life size that two meters or something and they demand attention and the the are the authority and their space on you. Just have to kind of boating. Almost there just for me anyway. So powerful when. I don't know and it's the first time really. I've had had had an experience like that. And it's actually kind of like me on my. I'm i work in a sculpture gallery. So that actually can sit me on my trajectory of sculpture. This is my jam and yet just thought expedient for me was so powerful and it stays with me and it's something that's not really happened too much. Maybe one other time. But when i saw beavers painting by sudha at and at the national gallery but i think i had that because it was the first painting ever or bright when i was fourteen.
"philip jackson" Discussed on Fusion Patrol
"Even rewrote some of the lines I noticed but that they would have had to have reshad him. Yes Viviana floating. Hologram. Yeah. Yeah. So but but my point being is that they actually hired him. He was on the job doing a whole bunch of recording. So it wouldn't have been a big deal for them to swap out a couple of lines if they thought of it. Exactly. Yeah exactly. But apparently from according to G Philip Jackson one of the series creators the there was quite a bit for both seasons there was quite a bit of. Interference, from from executives he didn't tell me. All the details didn't ask but He did tell me that originally, the timeframe of the first season was always supposed to be twenty, two, eighty, five, twenty, two, eighty, six. I could seriously have to ask I mean. Because this is then so. That is so Such a completely and utterly meaningless distinction when you're sitting here in the year twenty twenty and looking forward and so he's like, yeah, I wrote this TV show and I wanted to be your twenty, two, eighty five but the network executives wanted to debate twenty, two, seventy, five and. Just, ruined. The whole show that doesn't make any sense right? I mean, it just literally makes no sense that that would be any kind of network interference unless like somebody at the network was like, oh. You know my astrologer does numerology and twenty, two, eighty, five's not good for a DVD show. Or something, but I mean. Why would you be and then why would they care enough to to make that change? Go you know I always wanted to be twenty, twenty five and that's my vision and dog on it. We're going to go through this process and fix it just doesn't make any sense. Okay, maybe maybe now I understand why Percy doesn't make any sense but but. It seems like such a trivial thing. I can understand why they I think there are things I can think of that..
"philip jackson" Discussed on Fusion Patrol
"I you know, I did notice that I know that this is about the rejects episode and not about the unaltered one, right? So I'm going to minimize how much to talk about an altered one here. But in that one there we do see how do I have the long shot of Dante's head here while his face while he's in the shuttle flying back to the Tulip and there's a voice over Michael Perez voice. And and I think if I I did not write down everything that was said, I just got the gist of it but one of the things that was said, there's a big change comment and you know how it's going to be which sounds basically like the narration that you get in the opening credits song. So that fits with the concept that this was meant as a pilot. Yes, right first episode get in there. We met we meet Dante but without it he's just kind of sitting there and and it's very weird the way it goes from Dante watching a tape too. Oh, we've arrested the woman and she's on the on the ship. That's we were coming back to this this case the address the editing was weird compared to the original episode was in the in the original order of every episode in the first season was opening credits followed by rodolfo's opening transmission where use the steering right into the camera and then over that played the opening credits home of this the episode title. This is in it in his throat into it and who and who did direct your wives and so forth and then we got into the story proper time wage. And when the when the time came to to transform starhunter into starhunter Redux for the first season Philip Jackson most of his team almost all of the opening Transmissions, right and they stuck a pieces of some of them in these episodes but such a way that way we know that someone's in a room and this is playing with the person isn't interacting with it because this is a this was a shot taken from the.
"philip jackson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Do. There's a dollar out. There is a collection of awards Danny has listed for so we'll start with Said. Guy who put this whole list together. Daniel, your league M V P. M V P. I am going to go with Russell Wilson. He's finally going to get his do. He's going to leave his Seahawks to the Super Bowl, and he is going to win the regular season and VP award. Jeffrey Miller. Damn it. I thought I was being original. Russell Wilson has never received an MVP vote. Despite the fact that he has been a prolific passer. I group what would he broke down earlier last segment when he said that he finally has all these weapons at his disposal. Look for decay. Metcalf to take a huge leap forward. I think Russell Wilson does win the league MVP, Mr Sciarra. Russell Wilson will be the M V P my friends he's never had more offensive weaponry, as he has right now. Unfortunately, I'm going to go with the dark course I will take Patrick in the home. Patrick Mahomes will be your MVP favorite Dark horse betting favorite. I was kidding, Defensive player the air. I'll start it. It will be number 50 to Khalil Mack will be your defense of Player of the year. Aaron Donald will be the defensive player of the year. No shop. Don't Don't Don't know. Shot. Me is my prediction. Don't don't. No, no, no shot with the best defensive player in the league. Didn't know shot any of your pics? No, that's just, you know, you don't do that to partners out there shot. No, no, Don't take the shot. Take a shot your stuff. No, Don't take it out of mind is a production is just it's just a gut feeling. Don't do that. Don't know. Shut me now. I will reach over there and knock you out, pal. Pack a lunch. Bring up to I think Aaron Donald is actually the smart selection. However, I'm going a little bit off the beaten path and give you Minka Fitzpatrick. I think the Steelers defense is going to be really good this year. Gonna help them get a playoff spot, And I think Minka Fitzpatrick the narrative surrounding him. And all the takeaways he gives the Pittsburgh Steelers defense will be the reason he wins Defensive Player of the Year D Z. I'm going to have to agree with cap here. I think the Bears are going to make the playoffs. They're going to be a wild card team and it sure as hell not going to be because of the offense. It's going to be because of Khalil Mack in that defense, So I'm giving the award to Khalil Mack Alright, Offensive Player of the year Jonathan Hood. Michael Thomas ST. Miller. I'm going to go with Patrick Mahomes. I think statistically, he's just going to put a huge numbers, But I think Russell Wilson wins the MVP, which is why I Pat Mahomes will take the offensive player of the year home. Daniel. I'm exactly with Miller. I have Russell Wilson winning the MVP. So obviously, Patrick Mahomes needs to win some sort of award. Gus, I'm giving him this. Okay. The offensive player of the year is going to walk to the podium. He's going to go as except this trophy. I would like to just whiz all over the opinions of John your coveted Carmen DeFalco. Ezekiel Elliott will be your NFL offensive player of the year and he's going to go you, Khun Devalue running back all you want. I'm the best in the game. Take that. All right, uh, offensive Rookie of the year. Miller. I think Clyde Clyde Edwards. Hell heir will be Ah, super Joystick type player for the chief's offense. He's going to introduce himself for those who aren't familiar with him tonight on the national stage, and he's going to be a fun Plato watch he has. I think an overwhelming Chance to win this award. Danny, it seems like the obvious answer, but from what I'm hearing, he already looks like a vent job, Earl. Buddy. That's interesting. That's an interesting one. Be sarcastic home. That's interesting. He could. Maybe he could be a guy that could elevate that Bengals team pretty decent defensively. Maybe maybe, um I like Edwards the layer even as a Georgia Fine. I can tell you this unless you players good, So I'm gonna go. Edwards, a lair from Kansas City doesn't happen. Often. I am co signing with Danny's sentiment. Joe Burrow will be your offensive Rookie of the year. Miller, defensive rookie of the year. I'm going to go with Isaiah Simmons for the Arizona Cardinals. He is on the clubs in a fun Plato watch. He is all over the field, so I think he will make a huge impact. Like Isaiah Simmons of the Cardinals to win defensive Rookie of the Year Danny I'm going shock again. But Chase Young has been a beast called Training camp. I can't see how he's not going to get this award. Jonathan Rivera's gonna love Chase Young Lonnie get have cornerstones on your franchise. You're not sure about your quarterback, but you have chase young who's going to be there for 10 years and dominate. I am also going with Chase Young. They have a good front seven in Washington got defensive minded head coach That is remaking that revamping that entire organization in their image, guys, a hell of a football player, Chase Young and finally coach of the year, Danny Books haven't made the playoffs since 2007. And since I have them going to the NFC championship game, it only seems fitting that Bruce Arians wins the award. I love Bruce areas because God, Crown Royal Crown Royal Guy, right, but I'm going to go Pete Carroll for Seattle. Miller. Based on the way I've drawn this up, I have the Patriots winning the division. What you need to win Coach of the year is you need people. You need to surprise people. And I think Belichick finally has the opportunity to do so. Now that Tom Brady has left New England and play for Tampa Bay with Cam Newton as his trigger, man, I do believe that Bill Belichick will finally Get some of that prays that he doesn't always get in terms of hardware. We all know he's the overwhelming coach the best coach in football, but now he'll finally I think, get the hardware because he doesn't have time. Brady in riding shotgun with him, you need to win enough football games to win hardware. And while Belichick is the greatest coach in the American sports history books He doesn't have enough talent. He won't win enough football games because Tom Brady, the goat Rob Gronkowski Hall of Fame of those guys, they're not there any longer. Sean McDermott will not only win the division, he will be your NFL Coach of the year from the Buffalo Bills. Yeah, because the Patriots have dominated that division for so long bills in that spot right now, Patriots take a step back this year on reevaluate. Remember a lot of those guys, a Kobe guys that decided I'm not going to play this year. So even though Cam's there, there's going to be some weapons are missing. We Nobel Chicks. Great. This will be the greatest test he's had since he takes this team like the Super Bowl. I'm going to just go. All right, dude, You're amazing. Okay, Super bowls a bit much like how far does he need to go where you're impressed. He wins 11 12 football games. Yeah, I'll be impressed. The biggest says he's had since he was with the Browns. No doubt. No question about it is the biggest as he's ever had. And you know what? He welcomes a challenge. He does You know why? Because as guys we liketo like mold and shape things like we got these Legos. I will knock. The leg goes down. We're going to rebuild with our hands and that's what he wants to do. What I ask you guys. One quick question about Belichick. However, this plays out he wins 10 11 games with Ken and you know, losing the weapons he's lost. He will be praised. Universally for what a great coaching too. No question. He wins eight games. And people will be like you know what you got to give Bill Belichick a lot of credit. That team lack talent and a lot opt out. Bill Belichick kept them in the game. If they struggle. He wins three or four games. People are going to be like Look at Bella check. He's a genius he knew to tank for a quarterback this year. Trevor Laurence is now a patriot. It's an absolute no lose situation for Bilbao Question is doing something Philip Jackson wouldn't do and that's put his balls on the table. No. Quite. Where's Phil? With those bad teams that he coached? I never saw him coaching the Grizzlies. Mellors moment is next hoodie game. A great.
"philip jackson" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Back and continuing this discussion about crime and what you can really do about it. And I was just reading this article by Philip Jackson in the Baltimore Sun, By the way, you conjoined us that for 10 90 to 66 80 or 1 892 to 66 80. And Jackson's article is about Operation Ceasefire. Erica Bridgeport. Is in charge of this and you know I'm not going to be critical of her. She's trying to do something. At least she's trying to do something right. But to me, it's a waste of time and it's misleading as to what the really serious problems are. And in the article. It says that the relentless killings have outraged City Lear leaders like Mayor Jack Young. Who has been particularly vocal. Jackie has been vocal What's he been vocal about? I mean, I can be vocal. I'm being vocal right now. But what does Mayor Jack Young done? As as Mayor Jack Young, done anything about a crime plan that's works. But more importantly, when the governor or anybody else, a Democrat would at least introduce some kind of bill. That's anti crime, which you're not going to see that in Annapolis. Does Mayor Jack Young go down to Annapolis when the governor's anticrime bill? As you know, in front of the committee and this Mayor Jack Young or Brandon Scott, did they go to Annapolis? And did they say to my city delegates into my black caucus friends? Please support the governor's bill. No, they don't say that. Now they go down there and support a bill that guarantees housing two criminals who get out of jail. For Section eight housing or guarantees a job. Well, that's all right. Okay. Yeah, I don't know It's taxpayer's money. But the fact of the matter is When it comes to the anti crime legislation. Theres no Jack Young. There's no Brandon Scott, president of the City Council. They're not down there, okay? This Councilman Councilman Cohen over on the East side. He set up a scholarship program. For Destiny. Harrison She's the 23 year old girl Black woman was killed inside her beauty power. Over there in Highland Town, hears a woman young woman only 23. She's trying to run a business. Some knucklehead comes in there and murder's hard Now I don't know if it was a robbery or whatever it was, but I give credit to Cohen. Although he's a radical. He's a socialist. You'll never see him in Annapolis. But quite frankly, that scholarship was a good thing. There are things we need to do. To change these young people around. But this is the third annual Baltimore ceasefire weekend. That was last week. I think it was Friday and Sunday. Andi. I'm sorry. These people they're wasting their time. They need to go. They need to go to Annapolis. All right. We're gonna take a quick call. You want to take this call? Now We're gonna hold this call off Bob in Brooklyn Park. Hold up through the news. Custom news is coming up very quickly. It's unstoppable. We can't stop the news. So basically These are the things that are not talked about. Except for perhaps join Pola on Fox 45. People don't know this. The average person the keep reelecting the same politicians like most be Brandon Scott in the City Council, people who are pro criminal,.
"philip jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It's time to enjoy your yard. Scott's It's good out here. Very happy to talk to our next guest. It's been a while, Let's say hello to the greatest rebounder in the history of the National Basketball Association. It's our old friend. Number 91. It's Dennis Rodman. Senator. How are you, Brother? Man? Wanna wake up with a lovely morning? Chicago going on? Welcome back to town. I know. I know You live in California. But you got to still call Chicago home, right? Always called Carvel. Well, I love Chicago. I mean, these fans they'll never forget you, man. They love you to death allowed. Lester last call Chicago Kuzma. It's just good to be here. Of course, is Dennis Rodman. Get the 96 ouncer steak at Chicago. Cut. What do you ordering? I I saw a picture. Dennis. I saw I saw a picture of you on social media. You still look like you could play about 2 40 man. Don't you know everyone Time out to 60 our tail. Do you still work out on a regular basis? Five times a week, five times a week. I knew there's guys that retired from the N B. A. And they don't work out again for the rest of their lives, Man. You keep going. I love that. I know you guys cub. You know, I've done it. Most Korea and most of that border three Huntley, 50 or some like that. Yeah, that's crazy. And you're staying at 2 40 I mean, you look fantastic. What you what you think of the last dance was awesome. We had to come because a lot of people didn't get the players and they used to play for you going to get a mess when he got to stay away in short to do And what is that message that all he wanted to do was win this kind of have a little fling with Michael. Have documentary and they probably little place we used to play with problems that Mike was so cocky. You, Erica by this understands that they just didn't understand what he was doing. The documents were right. He was just trying to explain that he was driven and all he wanted to do was win a championship and he wanted to bring everybody along with him. That's Dennis with any championship team. There's drama. You know, you had Scotty and Jerry Krause. He had Michael and the two Jerries. You have Phil Jackson and Jerry Krause. Did you get caught up in any of that? Was all that stuff I was like, Wow. Most most time, I would I would just laugh about the whole thing. But I don't really know what the victim to the politics of the business world with the Chicago Bulls. They're bombing here to win basketball games and do my job. And I really don't know what their step with Scotty Moore this contract, but I wouldn't try to get involved in all of them to the front office stuff. No, you had you had no time for that. You and I have talked about this in the past 96 97 98. You guys were like the Beatles. Everywhere you go. It was like the Beatles. Wasn't it? Those crazy? I mean, even today's world. People don't live realized what we went through three years. Nobody knew what I knew by bin that I will come to Chicago and we've just elevated game. So hi, Michael Scott in need of your Jackson cool clothes. Well, Steve could win all the boys and stuff like that. Nobody respected ready about Lan Harper the way nobody knew that that that team would be like that. But us three years that first year you joined the Bulls in 96. It was the best record in the history of the N ba. So you knew you had something special. Wait. We have some special but I said once we had 70 marks, Look a documentary. Once we had seven. The only thing we have to look forward to is one of seven ship that was like, Oh, I remember all of that, like it was yesterday. We're talking about Dennis Rodman. You know, I brought up your bigs Being Brothers Bill board on the During the last dance at the Kennedy at North Avenue on the mural building. It was a large black and white picture of you in a suit with the sleeves cut off in cars would stop in traffic on the Kennedy Get out and take pictures. That was a dangerous area was funny in Chicago. The billboard was beginning That was Michael Scott. And then once they put me on that, Bill boy, it was leave Michael Scott E. And then I guess when during this season, I think Made a basic okay. Great whose? Whose it was culpable of the three dinners with the sleeves off. It is here and the next thing you know, I wanted to ask you again one day and said, Oh, my God. What? What is that? You know so like I was underwater traffic was backed up. Go to our past and you see people get off their cars and take pictures of it and crazy And that was when I was coming to the game during the playoffs. It's what you know what we have. We have congestion after the 94 was downtown, beware, because bottom dinners What, Mr Obviously people stopped taking pictures. So you may have a delay, man. Does that tell you something? I mean, this city embraced you after you played for the Pistons, the most hated team by Chicago fans and you come here and they embrace You said it was good because then I won't warm Chicago up because you think that I can't go to work and did my job right? That's the truth In Dennis Rodman, what was a better team that you played on the Bulls or the Pistons? If you had to break it down what I do, because it's really Litigating my career on DH 20 which has the popular rule. Yes, but once I can reach Chicago, it was pretty much full board initialized. And after that, and when I got I got here just in Chicago, just embrace so much land so well. And it's very difficult to push a Chicago over the war. But I say it's pretty much how I want to give Chicago to it. I like that. So the Bulls I'd like that a lot. You know you had two Great Hall of Fame coach is, too. And Chuck Daly, who understood you and And he meant toward you and the same with Philip Jackson. I mean, how special was that plane for? Those two guys feels more like more like a mental followed never had. Really? I mean, he would embrace me was the day warm when I got there, and I thought they were still warm as its position what with him, And he put this almost very much open every time and I even know what emotional time and bad time that I was always there. And my head of hard and when I came out to kill Jackson, it's just more like well, just do. How was at that time? It was my my life has changed so much. And I think feels told me some like him on DA takes Real knew how to coach me. I know how to work with me. And I just build its telling voice that well, Dennis, He also understood you as a person to which a lot of people don't Well, you got to explain to me people couldn't get past the part in the last dance in the 98 season when you left mid season to go to Las Vegas. I tried Dennis. We're talking about Dennis Rodman Dentist. I tried to explain to people in the history of professional sports everywhere. Take the entire history. No player has ever went to a school and you said, you know, I need a vacation. I know we're going to get to the championship. I just needed to get away and I love Vegas. Can you explain that? Ah, that used to go to feel all the time. Vacation. I couldn't get my mind right now. I'm on the best team in the world of.
"philip jackson" Discussed on Fusion Patrol
"We weren't entirely certain to whom he was talking is was usually comic relief and he was talking about work, or as love, life or something of the sort once in a is talking about the mission. Though that sometimes provided useful exposition, but that was often apart cut when broadcast in America because it allows stations are taking the syndicated show. To put in some more advertising commercials, yeah, but when when watches the original episodes on DVD? It's all there. Okay is Rudolfo and again I'm not fishing spoilers. In fact, I'm intentionally, but he didn't seem to really be an active part of the show. He's more of a a Rudolfo is screwing. We need the money. We'll take the commission kind of thing. Yes, domes the ship. He owns the ship. Will he be on the ship? To in season, two okay. But here he's kind of the boss man in the distance, right? So, let's see what have I got here. He's a bounty hunter. You works for Rudolfo. We mentioned that talks about his. Brothers sister-in-law, those people killed. He is Percy's uncle and he has taken on raising her. That I caught. How long that's been about ten years about ten years. Okay so since she was about to actually. Actually I was guessing what time is trying to guess. How old Percy was because it was always a tricky question in my mind but Tenure Allen who plays her was twenty, four and twenty five at the time. she seems to be playing young though. At least in this episode plays at young throughout the first season and dying our hair, and wearing it, a certain way helps the amid turns out that just one at that Philip Jackson. One of the series creators told me in through through an email that Percy is eighteen. Okay? Okay I would have definitely thought she was well. Who knows in a world like that? But under the age of majority seemed like what they were going for, and obviously they don't WanNa hire an actor under the age of majority..
"philip jackson" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast
"Everybody welcome to episode seventy two of the Weird wacky and wonderful stories. Podcast as you can probably tell Bella. Isn't he a full this intro? She was here for the interview so dunk. Oh tune in at night because Ballard isn't here because she actually is for the interview and we've got really good interview coming up for you today but before we go into that. I do want to ask you a favor. I would like you guys if possible to tell a friend about the podcast. Try and spread the word. If you can't share on your facebook page anything like that anything you can do to help grow our subscriber list. That would be absolutely amazing drops in review if you can wherever you listen to it on itunes Joe spotify or wherever else. You can leave reviews. Please do now. Sometimes we sit in the room here in now a little studio that we've made. 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We've got really fantastic interview. This guy's name was Philip Jackson and he actually is a Brit who has moved to Japan. He is going to Regale us with some of the stories that he has come across during his work as an historian leading people on historical walks through Kyoto in Japan some of the stories some of the power and almost stories that he's got Absolutely amazing and it's really interesting to hear the difference between the way the Japanese react to and feel about paranormal stories. And what we do so have a listen to this is really good and as I say some of the stories right they will will really surprise and shock you so take a listen. Hope you enjoy the show. Okay so please. Welcome to the show all the way from Japan Philip Jackson Hole. Philip could speak with you and you know I'm not detecting the Japanese accent you're from this side of the world. What took you to Japan. I I can't do on in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. My Wife's Japanese between ninety eight and after that we would come to Japan Visit Family. We lived here from two thousand three two thousand seven back in the UK for few years and then back to two thousand twelve and we've been hearing guilty since two thousand twelve. What we predominant GONNA be talking about is a book on a series of books. Actually that you have been writing about Japan and some of the walks and some of the foreclosed right. Yes so I put to Simpson books. That cold impasse will. Can you start? And basically the reason I started doing that was a we get a lot of tourists here in Kyoto. And they all tend to go to the same places and a lot of really interesting places in a Lotta the tourists. Just just don't go to them because they don't know about it is not in the to- guides when you've been living here for a number of years you get to know all these places and all the stories that go with it so. I decided to put some walking guides together. I'm put books out and as I started doing more more that I started to learn a lot more about Kyoto on on the back story behind the history behind those places as well. Well we watched recently a show with James made you know James May from top gear. Yes I do yeah on yeah. That's right yeah. He recently did it and it was surprising really how different the culture is in Japan to that in the UK. What differences did you find an however you justed if you'll need to do Karnal or union hit very long. It does seem very alien. In a way. It's it can be like a different world in in many respects but also on the other hand. It's it's very similar. You know all the things that you can get in the UK or any festival country you can get here so always leads this different kind of ceremonial processes. Different Day to day processes. But you know the long hair the more you get used to it eventually. It just becomes second night to really. I guess I if I went back to the UK I have to retrain my brain all over again. Yeah absolutely absolutely and I suppose it's been that little bit easier for you. Having a Japanese wife who I suppose it's been able to school you in the culture in the right direction exactly. I think they finally went over there. I'd be worried about offending people because I know that there are certain you should worry about offending people here. That's true that's true. I should. You recently celebrated the festival set. Someone is that right. Yeah that was about a month ago so within Japanese folklore there's lots of additional revolve around folklore sets. The bone is connected to springtime. So it woods ahead of the start of spring and as part of that festival people would dress up as a demon. I'm committed to the household. All the children in the household throw griping of the demon shouting demons out. Happiness basically celebrates sending away about spirits the previous year and bringing in happiness. An old good looks of the for the to come reminds me a Halloween Festival Yes somebody else said that. Recently as well is is another festival in August which is probably caused it to Halloween then sets the gun deserve festival upon and that's basically a time when historic families. Welcome back the spirits of ancestors family members so they welcome them back to the household for a few days and then at the end of the festival they would return. It's very nice and Kyoto. Actually because she'll to the city's is almost surrounded by mountains and in the mountains they live fire on and the fires at positions in Hudson Zone of Tequila way that make images or or Japanese writing so for example one set of Phineas is laid out in the design of the boats and another set of bias is laid out in the design of the gate so that the boat represents taking the spirits of the family members from spirit will hair and also back an through the gate back to the world you know. Maybe the two of them together elements of Halloween about. It's interesting actually is interesting when you think about. The fact has this is all perceived differently around the world. I mean do you think that the subject arraigned spirits and ghosts? Cetera is more about learning from sort of white spirits and and something that should be respected rather than we find in in this country at the moment that with certain TV shows and certain paranormal groups. If you like go in to these haunted locations and almost us as entertainment which I guess. We're doing here right now anyway. But although we're discussing spirits now we're not necessarily go into where they are and potentially disturbing them and you know sort of wind up. I suppose it'd be a fair thing to say. Do you think it's maybe be dealt with with a little bit more. Respect in Japan is quite different. I mean we don't have. Tv shows like most haunted. There already knows where they might have a section of the show. Where they they do something a little bit like that and I've seen that but they don't. There's no really shows where they focus on that as a whole TV show and things like those festivals passed the spirit of the past ancestors in those festivals. There as you say maybe teaching a lesson or or did there are elements of ghost tales and paranormal. Wear they take a childish nature like for Children's comics? Tv shows there was a big element of that but the festivals definitely there is usually some kind of ivory a lesson aura meeting with family members and another Colt now and that sort of like a New Year festival and that's based around North Japan. But they do have symptoms in in different parts of the country but none again going back to about one hundred. E C Emperor Wu of China Cantu north Japan and his purpose of coming out. Who was to look for medicinal plants for make some kind of licks therapy mortality? And he brought with him. Five bats and bats turned into demons on one day. He gave them a day off to rest. The teams working hard for him and these demons went down into the villages from the mountain where they living in stole cross and Estelle Animals and and kidnapping women from villages Cetera. Come scary stories behind these festivals as well and what happened was the villages neither deal with Emperor Wu that if one single night the demons could build one thousand steps from the bottom of the mountain up to the top to a train at the top of the Mountain. Then they would throw the better word sacrificing woman every year to the demons to appease them nice they took on the sides kind of scary sites as well but the deal was that if they couldn't make these one thousand steps then humans would never return again and religious does not translate can complete these tasks and so the demon set about building these steps and they got to do step number nine hundred ninety nine and it's still a morning so it's obvious that we're going to complete the task. So villages started to panic and won quite clever villager came up with an idea and he started imitating the coca doodle. Do the morning Coca Cola. Russa's trip the demons into thinking. It was already morning and the old and they went back to the mountain. They would never to return again. I'm not festival now has turned into a lesson. Teaching Sorta Festival in the IT is New Year. But then we'll dress up these demons and really quite scary costumes. Come into the house holes looking small children asking other any children in the household so they come to to get them to scan you know they usually show on on..
"philip jackson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Dade. Thank you very much attention back to markets in the region. Bringing equities reporter Philip Jackson Philippi. We just talked about the volatility in the Saudi market would near the end of the inclusion story, where do you said, on this is the beginning of, in you even Lucien the inclusion story. Well, let's see. It's the beginning of the end of the whole inclusion story, as the main topic for anyone looking at this Saudi Martin. Bring angry here talking about it for a while, yet because it's not over. It's not okay. So on cheers day, grabs the prices of the stock straighten Saudi for inclusion that will be having actually today after Wednesday morning force. There's a lot of of, of influence for that day. They should start coming this week at a lot of people see that they actually will adjust slowly, not necessarily, as fast as we have seen in previews inclusion, it's quite interesting to, to always remember how expensive this, this market is, especially if you're buying the index if you're buying the big names, and most of the analysts in a lot of people that we heard here in the show before the locals are saying that if you wanna make money right now, if you didn't join this market year ago or in a half ago if you're late you should look for this mother names for the stocks that are actually not on top of the list for the inclusion. There are quite a few financials that were part of the inclusion of this that have seen double digit returns on the Tadele. You look at a at the largest company on the index Saudi basic industries. It's actually down date. This latest dividend notes is that to help turn a corner just a little bit. It's hard to say because it's exactly the same number that we saw last year just a little bit of, of the dividend that they presented for two thousand seventeen so that's the point is exactly the story that in terms of fundamental people are not extremely excited. There's not a lot that would actually drive investors to come back to especially to the big names. Sabic, of course, is the name that is expected to draw the most from this inflow huge name into Saudi marketed dominates day eight percent locally in both of the benchmarks that will be included in the banks is similar story. Fundamentals were left aside for a long time in this market, the hadn't tweets worst month since doesn't sixteen in may, of course, there's a lot of political effects there and emerging markets. We're not doing great this either, but still, you wouldn't expect to see this happening when the MCI inclusion affect that's been there for so long. It's just starting to actually become reality. Great always, thank you for your thoughts are markets. Inequities reporter Philippe at the shake. Oh, that's why the conversation, a look at some other important seems because foreign investors came to Egypt for this year's biggest Kerry trade, retard the monetary policy committee on Thursday, lift its key rate at fifteen point, seventy five percent for a second meeting just one continent rates by Egypt it over a year coup pulled would a dovish shift by global central banks as powered gains in the pound that are second only to Russia's ruble, among all currency struck by Bloomberg twenty nineteen. Three and she's decided they call them as for me, Turkey and Pakistan Korla, the central Bank now has the ability to push out a little bit further. I mean, how much dovish nece are you expecting from the food? We think it was widely expected, that the central Bank would defer any rate cuts further rate cuts to fiscal year. Twenty twenty the market was expecting that and the guidance has been quite clear that there were planned subsidy reforms under the program, and that, that would be a consideration that the central Bank would take further to that something that the press release point two two other than the plan, subsidy cuts were also higher prices as having a negative impact on inflation. So given the fact that the that the inflation target of the central Bank up to an twenty twenty s quite flexible. We think that gives the central Bank flexibility to time the rate cuts when conditions are quite. Doucet for Egypt seem to be. Maybe this extent of polls, the currency has had a nice rally does not ensure volatilities what nearly fifty percent on the one month historic volatility, volatility remain repress and stronger addiction. It's a factor of a few things. So the pound has seen this performance since the beginning of the year because he also has been quite positive, and also because of the just in craft Micra story that Egypt Tahseen with their reform story, and I do agree that when we look at emerging markets eastern our own markets. It's quite the positive reform story when compared to the others into regions. So as long as dot continues and as long as EM is also supportive of Egypt. Then we could see that penalty but really power has been nothing short of exceptional even by STAN. Tied that back to EM the second best performing currency globally for the jets, this goes far beyond the borders, but putting those side for a minute. The oil story which you just brought up as well in a flesh that out a little bit more detail. We had a lot of observers investors warning about concerns over demand over the last few months, but it appears that the waking up to the reality is just happening. Now the pricing and is just happening now. How much downside could we see in crew? So we're still quite constructive on crude frights prices. We've had our two thousand nineteen brand forecast at slightly above seventy dollars for the year on average. And yes, the previous rally that we had seen was much more about the supply concerns that are driven by renewed, US sanctions, and also by Seraing tensions in the region right now it's fifty back to demand concerns because of the US China renewed trade tensions that we're seeing and implications that could have on global demand, general and global oil, demand to what extent and Bloomberg intelligence have just put out a fresh, freshly minted piece talking about stauncher line, fifty dollar order WTI just ask you ginger who's in that seat just ten minutes ago. And he is concerned about the dollar strength. Playing into the dine side of what extent is the dollar part if you thinking? There are a lot of things that are part of our thinking. Right. Because right now there are so many factors that are driving prices could could the strength of the dollar way more heavily. It's could because as I've seen that the factors are being given more, unless weight and the change in what drives oil prices, changing, a Wiki bases right now last week, it was supply concerns this week, it's demand concerns. Daughter could also come and play a larger weight. But also, that's not ignore the US data oil. We key data has been bashed for two consecutive prince and that's also another factor. That's been driving the markets. We talk about trade. And of course, the US, president is, is Japan at the moment, we're getting some lines that are crossing the US president saying that's great meeting with a and also that great progress is being made in Japan trade negotiations will keep across those. In the meantime, the other story in your research, that we were looking at medicine myself is Turkey. Divisions again over the elections. Possibly more pressure on the currency on the fiscal outlook going forward. Absolutely. This only further complicates the rate cuts trajectory that the central Bank was supposed to start the start of the easing psychic. There's a lot of political factors that are driving the way, the performance of the Turkish era has been has been since the beginning of the year, and the recovery, and growth has been further complicated by turbulent markets and the currency story. It's almost like push pull visit in terms of defense that was drawl defense. How do you look at the Leo? It's it's quite concerning to be on this story about turbulent markets for Turkey. And a lot of the ingredients that had caused the two thousand eighteen FX crisis are back today, political tensions external nobility tensions. We just saw the finance minister last week announce a new package, which he thinks he projects that the current account with wing back into surplus if that actually material. Sizes in the second half of the year, then these concerns could retrace and that could give a breather for the arise. What? Okay. Thank you for sharing your thoughts this standard. Chartered economist for Meena techie, I'm Pakistan next on the show. Format straighten prime minister, Judy tells bug why she's concerned.
Dan, Boston and Philip Jackson discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"Checking business news dow asia markets were mostly lower tuesday wall street reopens today they were closed yesterday for a memorial day crude oil prices dropped more than a dollar a barrel after reports that opec and russia could start pumping more oil soon it's back to business today the case schiller report on home prices for march and the first quarter come out and the conference board releases the consumer confidence index for may a new report from zillow says nearly twenty three percent of millennials still live at home they say it's because housing prices are outpacing wages a major push today by a group called the black star project to get people to buy their coffee from black owned cafe teaching our coffee houses how to buy in bulk how to work collectively together to get bigger discount this turned into a lesson for us philip jackson says this comes on the same day of the starbucks one day shutdown for diversity training the arrests of two black men at a philadelphia starbucks prompted the training and checking futures all in the red dow futures down one hundred eighty three points nasdaq off forty three s p down twenty boston police are searching for a woman who was caught on surveillance camera breaking into a house while carrying a young child correspondent wbz tv's louise moeller has more sarah cone inter family were on vacation when their security system alerted them that someone was in the house neither of us had ever seen her before we have no idea she is an woman and baby nonchalantly went up the stairs peered around almost as casually as they came in then video shows them briskly exiting cohen says they spend three minutes inside the alarm likely sounding during that time but when she and her husband drove home to check nothing value seemed to be missing red no jewelry was missing watches or missing like the ipod was still on my night dan neighbors say a rare event in a tight knit community now this family is seeking answers the security camera footage has gone viral on facebook a new hampshire community remembering a firefighter who died in a scuba diving accident over the weekend on the north shore thirtysevenyearold benjamin tatreau got tangled in a line and gloucester on a.