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"philip k dick" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:13 min | 4 months ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"And i wanted to. I wanted to feel something now. It's look at one of the episodes with actor liam cunningham of game of thrones fame. He is in the episode. Human is with actor bryan cranston as an actor. One of the things. You can sit there early like go going to do big movies on about that. That's a lot bullshit but all you can hope for is the company that you keep. You'd like to see yourself in the company. People that you respect. Mr cranston has taught me my family years and years and years from wait when my kids were small mog on the middle to breaking ball to whatever they. My kids have grown up with mr cranston. And he's onset. He's he's everything you wish for. He's just completely professional completely passionate his attention to detail when welcome both on script and with. Where's the shots baba. He's he's he has a child like passion for what he's doing. He's been in the game a long time. And you just kinda go look. There's hope for may if this guy hasn't been spoiled by success hasn't sat on his laurels and unload telling the stories and on as he said the most important thing is the characterization of the character that you're watching the story if the characters are good the story the story will follow. Because you'll have an empathy for the more you'll you'll you'll wish them on your se. Just luminous she's fantastic and michelle. One and i mean i i play the boss. The emotional journey of the whole thing is is their marriage and So we kind of play the balls. I put them in harm's way and put him in a bit of trouble when he gets back so He's not a guy. But i'm a general one things don't probably but but But brian runs car toys. Actions absolutely fantastic. And he's he's gonna lead a shift of of character oriented debt. He's just it's like it's shakespearean much is don't especially towards the end of. It's really really beautiful. She's got some gorgeous boards to say braith briley. It's just look it. Just feel you feel really nice. And it's science fiction and philip k dick and it's just gonna go. You gotta helped out of the bed memorial. There was no difficulty tearing myself off my pillow. When i was working on this it was really lovely. He was talking about. Essie davis who stars along with bryan cranston. Here's more on game of thrones. Well it's not a time thing. I know you understand the question. That's not a time thing. Because before game of thrones doubles. More or less what. I did all the time i hit the ground running. I'll do a job. Maybe movie for three months and then was unemployed. Nile bitten down to the quite soul to cover of. What is it. Seven years. Or whatever i've had to the tax montezuma kicking down my door on eventually got a couple of quitting the bang for the first time which is what which is a bad to stop this fucking season ends wayne. County is house. his nails bitten over the quake. The security aspect of just pricing was was really nice. But i mean artistically neil to be you know i got involved in a television program that became a cultural phenomenon. You're just one as an actor if you like. If you live actor and it's always the words on the the the guys can be beautiful beautiful words to say they they trip me up at speeches. They they it. They got the measure of me as an actor. And they they throw the slide on the go mon. You're kidding me. They know. I'm going to be working for hours in a hotel room on my own looking like my person trying to get the rhythms of speeches. And they they They bring me to the gym david down as the acting. Jim and i love it and it's almost this. Almost some of this stuff is is a puzzle dot needs working on its walked with repetition being alone and learnt pots of coffee. And on it's great. It's great it's. It's like a very very difficult crossword puzzle that i love doing and then we got to do it in front of a camera with all the fabulous actors. It's fantastic. that sounds like fascinating episode. I really that's definitely one. I'm going to see. I'd probably end binging on this series. I think it's going to be that good. There's more sci fi talked so stay tuned back on scifi talk. I'm tony tomato. Here's more with executive producers. Ron moore star trek the next generation and battle star galactica fame. And also david canter is not a dirty not anymore. No couldn't you couldn't even pitch one like ten years ago at all even even five years ago but everything comes back around. You know what what made you guys jump on board stories. I mean the fact that the opportunity Isa provided to us these. He's provided us to take this extraordinary trove of her dad's work and to reinterpreted with the screenwriters and directors whom we admire and wanna work with like she gave us she said it just make them really good and just try to make them contemporary. Don't try to do them as written and and it's a made the most extraordinary. It's the most victorian trove of material to work with as a producer. It's just gold. I i didn't know the short stories before this project you know because they've been complicated publication history. I think they've been. They were published in various ways. A lot of them are out of print for a long time so i had never. I wasn't familiar with at all. So they're all kind of like brand new like. Oh you know and I got the one i did. is called real life. That's based on a short story. Called a museum piece and i was really just inspired by the concepts. Within it sought. My adept was took pretty far field. If you read it and watch the show. You're going wait a minute. That is really what 'cause it's just about. It's a show about the nature reality. And what's real and what's not and i took it into sort of a virtual reality realm and played with these two characters in very different places questioning the nature of the reality with shannon pack win and terrence howard and in the short stories just one character's journey so it's really a completely different thing but that was very taken with it and i was happy to do that one and i think most of the writers approached it. You know it was a big bucket of stories and they all kind of found the one that really spoke to them you know. Sometimes they all cirque they might have been a couple of writers circling around the same story. But by the time you really came time to pick one everyone it's sorted themselves out into the ones that were actually wore. Inspiration was darren anthology series. I was an inspiration for this one. We talked a lot about the twilight zone. Not structurally. But i think what michael talked about. A lot was his experience watching as a kid knowing that there was the sort almost this reassuring voice at the beginning. Saying you're about to you know you're the tilted capital it's up to the the the heavens and you start this journey and he always felt like that's what we're gonna do is. We're going to start each episode in a way that we know that you're gonna be on this incredible journey and then we always through.

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:50 min | 4 months ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Dick and now amazon is launching philip k dick's electric dreams an interesting anthology series. That's going to be doing things a little differently than most series. Some episodes are already available on amazon joining the other. Philip k dick series man in the high castle. I look at the principles involved. And how this series hopes to ensure the survival of the much-maligned anthology series. These were taped at new york. Comic con. i r. isa hackett. Who is actually the daughter of philip. K dick and michael winner two of the executive producers of the series. They chatted about the origin of this anthology series. We died in relative obscurity which most people don't know And maybe we've caught up to some the ideas you can considered you know somebody who had a lot of paranoid thoughts didn't necessarily with people and i think now a lot of us are starting to look around and realize that we're questioning our own reality which makes me think a lot about my dad's work which was a constant questioning of reality You know there's some people Right now that are creating their own reality which is in bleeding into other people's reality and it feels like in they'll kick novel right now. I i do think that the universal themes the the sort of existential expirations resonate with people because just fundamental questions that we all grabbed. So you've been trying to get an adult who serious rent a while. And then i don't know about five years ago. We start talking about this. They actually approach me about reading the story. There's hundred twenty stories and reading the stories and picking one through that. And i started reading the audacity to say about all When i was a kid i would speak with my parents. Want me to watch the twilight zone. And i just thought you know even though enthralling dirty word and and in hollywood for wild maybe the time was ripe began so many different venues and whether it's streaming services so we started kicking around this idea and start with this crazy notion What if we asked writers and directors and actors To come play for an for. I want episodes call film film. And would they come and the truth matters of they did so serb with this cockamamie notion of doing things differently than we normally do. Tv i mean probably known in television terms. You'll have a writing staff. An annual sitting woman breaks stories in it's agonizing for three months and when you start turning out the scripts for the season and the notion and this is what happens if we go to. Riders would really admire and say i initiative. Filthy with like do one is one that that you personally love. If you're not that familiar with the short stories will supply you kind of go in the arc. So it's this notion. Well what if we did that. And then Not have a traditional writers didn't have really a writing staff. I mean we would exercise notes in and it's kind of like an all star team and so that's you know it took a while to to sell the project we did sell it We start actively developing it with with writers that we loved and his in a way. We think we'd do twelve scripts in the first year ten of which was shot in the long behold. Yes if some writer director so they stayed under director projects and and some were widely shared directors Then with the actress come first. They responded to the brand philip yet. They responded to the script a strict scripture interesting strong so it was kind of fun we got to invent a new world in the were cast of one of the things. I think that phil take good so well was not only reality hannity questioning. What is it to be mike. Androids dreaming story is covered in addition. I think it's really vital. The stories i mean. Look it's kind of like the suspense post world war. Two existential questions. Who are we got more. Cotton rule got more complicated. When your dad was right in every decade gets more complicated and so we all go through for thinking people at all who are. What's our place in the universe. Where do we go from so those are really vital. Things put you know the underlying thing about these stories. They're extremely emotional. I told the story number comes. The first reputation was from one of our british writers and it arrived. I heard my phone paying about five fifteen in the morning. I got up really. Take my kids at school. Also i get a really anyway. Said i'm going to sit on the floor of the bathroom just of the script. I started reading it and done. I was in tears. These stories are really. You know their their father son stories or husband wife stores. They're they're really stories are what what are vital relationships in the world. How do we make our way through the world. So i think if we've done our job people find them to be emotional. It's not just saifi thirty very humanist. And i think that's what made you what he what stories about the human condition. It's not just the guys spatial. And and that's that's was important. When we looked at this with the trappings of of genre can't cleared away after louis. Be the story about the characters. We started developing a channel longer. Britain and the amazon stepped in also You know it's kind of cool to do the screaming show i until last year. I also the shows naked pizza never done a streaming show before and it's weird. It's like you'd be all your work on bang it's happening but you know in a weird way because it's an anthology. I kinda like him this too. There's some novels that our collections of short stories that each chapter stands on his own as a short story. But you know like weinsberg ohio dubliners and the way this works. it's b. It's like that so the idea that goes up at the same time and you can read a chapter guan next chapter read. The last chapter is kind of exciting to know but it is an awesome streaming model is We went on sticky people last year for some experiencing all of a sudden. It's there and it's all that works. It's up at twelve a one but people responding to people and some people respond immediately. They just seen airing on regular tv or cable and some people like three months later discovered. So it's you can pick up a book your leisure but i think in some ways. It's really good for forty dollars instead of doing it week by week. That means more exciting there but the novel up and see people like the book again. Not the harken back. When i was a kid the music come up with to the stars. And you too okay. Where you're gonna take me this. So hopefully he's emotional and thought provoking and people say hey. That was a cool one. I would have to you know so in a way it's kind of like it's about the journey as opposed to recurring characters and You know like. I said we have title sequence. It will drive us into into the shelhah episode apps on film by film but To me it's kind of exciting to be able to. I've done you know the prime of the week shell. i've done. An arc doubt shelled at the story could take place over year five years This is a different beast and the diversity in the points of view in the storytelling and yet it's odd when scripts are coming in. They're all different but they felt of boosted. It had it felt like a one c with a twist was the.

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

Curious Matter Anthology

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

Curious Matter Anthology

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

Curious Matter Anthology

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

"Jonathan Pezzo the Creator and host of the series. If you haven't listened to parts one through four of Philip K. Dick. Second Variety. You need to hit the pause button because you're going to want to catch up on the first four parts in our miniseries before venturing further. Thank you to all the fans who've been tweeting and responding to the show. It's been great hearing from you and I can't wait to share this final episode of Second Variety with you all I want to let you all know this podcast is a labor of love produced out of my basement and receipt of California. So if you can please consider joining our patriotic and supporting the show, every dollar contributed goes back to making curious matter better and getting episodes to you faster. You can find our patriots at www dot patriots dot com slash curious matter. Philip K, Dick gave a some of the greatest tales about humanity's relationship with the artificial. It is however possible that the most Surreal Story of Philip K Dick's was created fourteen years after his death. In his nineteen seventy-two story, we can build you PK. De envisioned a future where historical figures were brought back to life as Androids it turns out that he this particular prediction closer to the mark than even he could have imagined in two thousand and five David Hanson and the team of Texas based Hanson Robotics Digest. That by resurrecting the late author in the only to appropriate form of a robot. Yup they replicated the man who invented replicans. This robot costs more than fifty thousand dollars and uses a cutting edge ai to make eye contact recognize faces, express emotions, and hold complex conversations laced with some of the authors, more salient quotes and anecdotes but the story doesn't end there. I mean what would Philip K Dick tailby without the signature twist. Just one year later while David Hanson was traveling from Dallas to San Francisco the robots had went mysteriously missing. and was never seen again. Let's get on with the show. This episode of curious matter is rated explicit and includes adult language and violence comparable to an R. rated film. Our show is designed to be completely immersive HD audio experience and his best when played through high quality speakers or headphones. So grab your popcorn, turn out the lights and enjoy the epoch conclusion of Philip. K Dick's second variety..

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

Curious Matter Anthology

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

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03:44 min | 1 year ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

Curious Matter Anthology

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

Curious Matter Anthology

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

Curious Matter Anthology

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Curious Matter Anthology

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Reason Podcast

Reason Podcast

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Reason Podcast

"What it says quote Multiple Federal Crimes Arrives on quotes committed by the presence. Here is a Money summary President trump has realized the framers. Worst nightmare. They ah that voice in there He has abused his power in soliciting and pressuring vulnerable for nation to corrupt the next United States presidential election by sabotaging rushing a political opponent and endorsing debunked conspiracy theory promoted by our adversary Russia of a particular intrigued. This finish the Kroto given the sound that we played at the beginning the Washington Post reported. Yesterday that's Thirty Democrats are lobbying House Speaker Nancy Pelosi dentures dentures insurers to appoint as one of just three house managers of the Senate trial other than the libertarian independence and former Republican and and buddy of Rand Paul just in the mosh to do that work. So there's lots to chew on here but Sugerman since you squawked first you get the I Q. There was a piece ace from the longer impeachments report of this morning. That continued sort of a thought. That's been bugging me here. I will quote from it. They say that trump has quote fallen into a pattern of behavior. This is not the first time he is solicited. For an interference in an election been exposed and attempted to obstruct resulting investigation. He he will almost certainly continue on this course to go on to conclude that quote for all the reasons given above president trump will continue to threaten the nations security democracy and constitutional system if he is allowed to remain in office that threat is not hypothetical. Unquote Peter. Is it means that. Sound a little like preemptive impeachment. Here little doesn't set off Philip K Dick Dr I am. I'm curious to find that. I have one of those although I mean wouldn't that just be Vallis. The pink laser that shoots from the satellite into Philip K Dick head and let them know that the empire of Rome never really ended. This is a real thing. He went kind of crazy. And this tone feel and tone and find carpet crazy starting as podcast personnel. Yes so that right so I think we're all we're all in Dallas now. We all have a pink laser shooting insanity into our aheads right now. If you're following impeachment or maybe even also if you're not I don't know Ange I guess what I would say is that I'm going to both sides this because both sides have already ready made up their minds and if your argument is you know the Democrats have kind of pre impeached. Well of course they have. Democrats were looking to impeach president trump before four. All the the the Ukraine stuff started. They wanted they there. Were there was a at least a a faction there that wanted to go through with this Within the Democratic Party a pretty much from day one and that continued in that faction crew and there was there was anxiety Sort of within the party more broadly and certainly at the leadership level all and then they did the you know they went through with the Miller report in the investigation and that came out and Nancy Pelosi kind of looked around Nancy Pelosi who had already always been somewhat skeptical full of impeachment Just on political grounds Kinda looked around and said well. I don't think we have it. And then the Ukraine stuff came out and what changed then. was that if you go back to the summer. And you listen to Republicans who had all said while the Muller report was a dud. You know it didn't really expose anything. They called it a hoax. I don't think I think think that's too far There was some Some valuable information in there in particular about how trump kept trying to subvert the constitution and failing because his subordinates. It's wouldn't carry through with stuff on but what changed was that this summer. Republicans said wait if there's a quid pro quo if trump actually did what he is reported reported to have done what what the he would. He's alleged to have done then. That would be pretty bad then. That might even be something that he could be impeached for and then what Democrats. Let's did was proceed with impeachment proceedings that more or less proved that trump did exactly what everybody was saying on Ukrainian Republicans then flipped. And so now you have on the one Dan Democrats saying well. We're certainly want to impeach him on the other. Hand Lindsey Graham saying. I'm not trying to be a fair juror. I've made no secret. I'm not going to be impartial. I just want this thing to be over with. I don't want to hear any witnesses. I don't want any any more information and so in an environment like that. No one is no one. No one is looking to treat this as like a an and investigative process where you learn information and then make up your mind. Everyone's mind is made up and they are looking for a process that will serve the end that they already desire Catherine Pursuant into some of that you heard Rand Paul in the broader interview which I encourage people to go and watch or listen to. He made what he framed as a constitutional argument against doing impeachments. All the time You also read our colleague. Jacob Soames great piece I think about how a House Democrats had speeding through this process. Have kind of relinquished relinquished. The sobriety the invested. Sobriety that you would want them to use in this Sort of failing to show the necessary seriousness. And then meanwhile meanwhile you gotTa Mosh out there making Peter's last point which is that. Lindsey Graham is kind of usurping his own constitutional oaths to prejudge the case in favor of trump. So the question to you is. How conflicted is your libertarian heart? it's always conflicted when the main topic is partisan politics which is what what the main topic is mostly here. Like people are using words about the constitution but they are saying things about partisan politics and I think that is one reason that I've always been skeptical. In general of people whose founding political ideas are kind of anchored in constitutional usual originalism or some strong view about the constitution says about the role of the state and of politicians because the constitution is awfully malleable. And so you're hearing all these people say the constitution says I need to do it my way and you know there are limits there really are and you know sometimes the constitution is really freaking clear. About what isn't isn't allowed the Jacob Column which you referenced Matt Very Astutely Points Out that this is probably actually going to come down Downto- whether whether Democrats did enough kind of legal style diligence and that's why. I think it's interesting that you started with this. This quote. What about do we need to stop him before he he extorts again because that is how a normal person would think about this right like we'll do? We need to impeach him. There's an election coming up after all and the only reason you would choose impeachment rather than waiting for the election and is if you think he's going to do something bad between now and the election. That's how a person who is not thinking about it in legalistic terms or in constitutional terms or in terms terms of kind of the benefit of their party. Wood frame this question and so you know the fact that the fact that that strikes you is a little like dystopia prejudging Matt. I find I do because it kind of strikes me as the only commonsensical thing in this whole conversation right but you don't at a trial and it will be a trial even if it's not a criminal accusation here despite the fact that they said In the report today that he committed crimes. But that's not what the articles of impeachment said in a trial. You like want to try to prove stuff about the conduct deduct about the what. He did not what he might do going forward. I think that's like the other six hundred and thirty pages. Were mostly about what he did right. Eh Nick so mosh has said throughout this process is that Republicans are making a concerted effort not to mislead. Isn't that basically kind of on the nose and so if it is doesn't flushing out. This behavior doesn't like making Jim Jordan Jordan. Take off his shirt and pound the table. And just yell at everybody. Isn't that Like a worthwhile side effort. Even if you oppose the process us I just WanNa know really quickly removal would be an escalation is just taking off his jacket like they're Augustine. I'm really I'm really really glad that my grandparents left the slum holes of Europe in order you to come here to talk about Jim Jordan In the twenty first century this is all to the good. What's going to happen? Impeachment has been revealed old as a nakedly political activity. The Democrats have their impeachment inquiry. They'll vote on that and it'll go to the Senate where it will be a ridiculously partisan Event and they may show that trump actually did Try to bribe or extort or whatever whatever you want to call it with the Ukrainian government which had been involved in kind of thoughts in around in an anti-trump way in the In the election not in the way that trump is talking talking about but nobody really denies that various elements of the Ukrainian government. We're trying to influence the election in two thousand sixteen just as Russia was is just as the. US has done with every election that we could get our hands into. They'll be able. Maybe they can prove that in a nice way they can prove that trump was obstructing obstructing justice by basically relying on certain types of executive privilege claims of executive privilege. That'll be adjudicated. And then people will decide whether or not it's worth removing the president if any of that is proven or not and we know that it's it's not gonNA work In terms of the removal it might weaken him in the general general election or it might strengthen them but this what what has been revealed is that with very few. Instances impeachment is always nakedly achingly political and people are getting kind of sick of politics. I think politics usurping but isn't that part of the the the founders conception of impeachment. I mean when they were ready they were like partisan inflames I'm into this and partisan artisan partisanship was designed to be part of the check on executive power through the impeachment process right so so Does it mean that impeachment. Like let's say. Trump trump is being impeached and then he's not removed from office while we see that as a failure of the process or not that also depends on your your partisan politics. I mean I think what is going to become a real and especially you know Last week there was a lot of budget movement movement and Lo and behold you know during all of this and I think this from a specifically libertarian. Point of view is much more important. The government decided you know he's has already spending record amounts of money and they're going to spend even more in the coming year and that's actually one of the things that we should probably be more focused on and it doesn't has a dismiss any of this. We can all agree. That trump is an awful human being and a bad precedent in terms of following processes and stuff like that in the end. That's not gonNA be any more important to his legacy than Bill Clinton being impeached and not removed from office. It it will rest on these larger issues of you know the US in a better better place at the end of however long he's in office. I always find when people ask this question like will will it be a failure of the process or will the process have worked that I discovered in my heart a new every time. An extremely low standard for what success of the process is which is like did it end in a violent coup. No we're good which you know. Maybe this is like the soft bigotry of low expectations but if he is impeached and removed or impeached removed. And then we have a peaceable election and everyone abides by the results of that election that seems like a success of the process to me I am I. Am I broken. Dan has politics broken me. Yeah thank you I think you are in the same way that people are increasingly saying like Oh you know the real problem is trump is not going to leave office in twenty twenty four. Uh He's GonNa take from you. Leave Office twenty or twenty twenty four. I am fully confident that will occur which to me is like okay. This is you know it but I might. This is fine dog right like am I just sitting here aflame drinking my coffee. This is fine. I think at this my the The Lane that I'm maneuvering myself into in thinking about this is that here's a good process. the The House forwards. This along we have the trial around the Senate. You know John Bolton testify so we get more information about things everybody reveals themselves to be even worse than we think that they are now..

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"philip k dick" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on The Book Review

"Did the result is that they're walking around with these giant, you know, kind of muted traumatic zones and their brains, which you know, like a lot of things that are muted if you've ever listened to like a a record that where they've taken out some no as you can always sort of hear the noise, even if you can't hear it you hear something being something. Being raced is very the pressure of the absence is very strong. And that's what happens with trip is is that they're all walking around like, basically, these minefields of traumatic memory that they can't access directly, but they still send them. So the the kind of dread, that's fuses. The the psyche is enormous, and there are all kinds of things that can suddenly and unexpectedly reopened the area of traumatic memory like let's say really good sex. Well, this is not. Not a great way walking around to be thinking that any any minute some traumatic stuff that you can't literally remember, but that is, you know, powerfully present in your emotional subconscious might suddenly explode back into your your present life that's leaning very naturally into a booklet, you grow your first novel gun with occasional music in which the drug was forget, all you should know the predictable. Yes, I, you know, I was very shy about doing more than just gesturing at the fact that I have fictional drugs of my own, but my first novel was full of them. And and there's actually a it's kind of a running joke because there's a a thing called blend in this world of gun with occasional music where you can hand tailor your own it kind of amnesia drug, and there are different features of it. You can use a lot of forget all which is just really good at making. You forget stuff you can use avoid all which obviously is terrific at helping you just. No, not paying that much attention to things to tune them out. Right. Just instead of tuning in its tuning out out. Yeah. And then there's believable which makes you more gullible. So if you want to listen to the president on the radio in the morning and really feel great about what he said that, you know, include a very healthy amount of believe all in your your personal blend. And so everyone in this world is kind of, you know, taking these different ingredients and trying to balance exactly what sort of consciousness they wanna have. You know, it was indebted certainly to you know, to Philip k dick, and I guess to delillo as well. But you could have written this whole article just about the fifteen or twenty different nightmare fictional drugs. That Philip k dick introduced over the course of his career you're spoiled for choice with his work. Okay. Deck is obviously so influential in so many ways, do you think that when you look at contemporary fiction? Do you see people nodding to that aspect to these these fictional drugs in these contemporary novels? I do of course, sometimes it's indirect..

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"And all that what what what if the computer could learn faster like, you know, go back to war games. Right. Joshua launching nuclear weapons. Philip k dick wrote a bunch of books. Well, it seems like everything is coming true. And I wonder if it's not because scientists read all Philip k Dick's books. I'm sure there were sort of. I'm sure they'd get ideas from stuff like that. Like, this is crazy waiting for someone to say. Dumped it. Affirmation when you need doing. When you guys really hitting me something stupid this segment. I said it would be got so deep, and it was like a point. We're really deepen here really very sort of. Right. So the hot box. Yeah. Is it you are, you know, walk by shea took a big inhale the hugs. It's the morning morning hogs that'll get you every time I clock hours lit. Joachim? No, literally lit-. Okay. So here's here's one thing. I wanted to bring up there is a report out of Boston that W E E I could potentially abandoned play by play Paul's games for the Red Sox and turn it into just an ongoing talk show. In other words, for example. You would hear like four people on the broadcast, and they would just be be Essen while the play by play is going on. You would keep listeners. You would let them know. Hey, it's three into it's runners on second and third, but it would be be Essen the entire time with everybody. So it'd be a little bit like those the the BCS championship game where ESPN has all the different channels with all the different people doing it as as opposed to play by play as just like sitting around a studio and talk, and do you think that makes sense? How boring is baseball. What do you mean? How boring. Just forever. So the so it's it's four individuals just talking about the game that you're supposed to watching. So why are we watching them? It'd be like Mason in Ireland doing the dodger games. I mean, miss Ireland during the dodger games would be pretty good. If we did it in talk show format we'd let came in at skiing. You might come in and do a dodger game, you think? I would come in and do it. It's just it's just like this. We're just talking about a game as it goes along. I mean, why would I not be watching the game? I I just don't know how the setup would be like am I going to just be watching these guys? And then the screen is. No, no, no, you're you're listening. You're listening on the radio ee is rose. Fred. Oh, yes. Works as TV product. Like, it's great. I would do TV broadcasts this way because you can watch the game. And you you don't need somebody tell you don't write somebody explain to you like on the radio you actually if you're listening to the game on the radio, you're doing it. Because you want to know what's happening in the game. Probably. And so we'll one person may be performing that function. But everybody else talk baseball. So freaking slow you actually there. You could. Absolutely do it. You could absolutely do it. The idea of a room full of people doing a studio full of people doing a dodgers game is actually a cool idea. And you know, frankly, if I had one of those HD, I don't understand how that works. You know, how this team that you know, there's the HDMI. The channel. And then there's the HD sub channel do you know, what that means? Oh, it's just clear. What do you mean, the sub trying do you know, how to explain that the HD sub channel like every stations got a channel? And then they've got this sub channel thing. No, no. Can you can you describe it, Greg? I cannot. All right. I guess I'm the only one that had an explanation. So I'm right. Yeah. You don't think it would work not on not on the radio? Although look, I mean, you know, because the problem is you're you're going to kill both audiences because you're going to really turn on the radio. You're going to turn off the audience that's tuning in to see the baseball game. Don't wanna hear. What's happening? The Red Sox..

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"It took philip k dick electric dreams amazon's new ten episodes sifi anthology the drop this past weekend based on some of dick's myriad creations short stories requisite spoiler warning for today's binge as always we will be on deep details from this new show and also from dick's wider can in the short dick in the why did we're all passengers year so set your staff watch get ready to roll because it's time to ride right into our own electric train now yeah weaving dreams yup we're artists you and me so let's have a dream of this season by taking quick trip down our very own king's road right through the auto fact to offer a very brief for fresher on the premise use of these ten episodes note seems to be some confusion online about the order of these episodes based on how various critics received their screener packages but we're sticking with the one through ten order on the amazon app number one reallife sara play by and pack when a policewoman needs an escape from real life so she logs into a virtual worlds for a quote vacation where she becomes george play by turns howard a game designer but which of these is the real person could question yes number two auto fak yeah jason would've amazon but too much i've always wondered whats a small community built by survivors of a nuclear holocaust are struggling to resist the depredations of a fully automated factory bent on sustaining consumerism and creep desolate or world human is number three all hail the crabgrass grab staff colonel stylist played my brand cranston returns from a mission rex are four a change man considered kind and then fuck and wife vera as he davis aka lady cream wonders is he in fact the same dude and if he isn't this she even care.

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"philip k dick" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"philip k dick" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It's as well as the upsides and that's true for all devices jeannie linzer thank you so much were speaking with us thank you thank you for having me jeannie linzer is an investigative medical journalist her new book about implanted medical devices is called the danger within us coming up david beyond cool reviews the new amazon series electric dreams based on the works of philip k dick and the new season of black mirror on netflixing this is fresh air links hello just dropping into remind you at here and now we communiques most essential news with context they know the uae and what's next a fastpaced snapshot of the world every day listening here and now on npr one or wherever you listen to podcast to tv shows have surfaced recently that explore futuristic themes in an anthology series format netflixing launched a new season of its black mirror series while another streaming service amazon just premiered a new series based on the works of scifi russian writer philip k dick called electric dreams are tv critic david be in coolly says both shows are part of a television revival some tv genres are perennials and had been around since the early days of television and probably are never going away weekly drama series featuring doctors for example and cops but other tv genres are like locusts and are buried lying dormant until they suddenly resurface on primetime tv the game show was dead for decades until who wants to be a millionaire brought it back and quite recently netflixing godless like hbo's dead would years before it did its best to try and revive the tv western.

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