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Newsradio 970 WFLA
"pinewood" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Roof of your mouth. You feel where it goes from hard to the soft part towards the towards the throat. All right? Just take and pretend like you're tickling. The roof of your mouth is weird. It's a weird feeling. And those hiccups will mysteriously and magically. I think some of the ways my talking to you at the pinewood Derby. Oh, you two, my friend. You too. I think some of these are placebo. Yeah, I agree with you. I think it's insane. The moment Sabrina said she had the hiccups. We've got like ten dispatches of people with their remedies. Here's what you do. No, no, no. Trust me, mine's tried and true. And it's all about the mental psyche of how you are concentrating on doing something else, and that's what gets rid of the hiccups. Yeah. I'll never forget, Sean, I learned from you, one of the greatest remedies. And it was think about the hiccups. I think nothing of the hiccups, and then we do that get a good control your breathing. But I will tell you what, while you guys were all talking with each other last segment, a metered my microphone at super mega desk, and then I burped as like so loud. Oh, and it stopped it? And I'm done. Wow, there's so many gone, baby. Who had these remedies for you, but and thank you for them. Save them. This says from Sami scam, much better song for sea lane and kid. Round two. Here we go. To my child now it's time for me to align and leave some information for you behind, but this is not a contract you have to sign. Just listen with your heart and see what your mind, your own passing life, that you'll have to find basically it's for you to design, but please don't be a follower. Just know that you should take a step slow and stride, don't run in high. Up in facial problems, eye to eye, but make sure they're
The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"pinewood" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Balloon in the same general area. This is a big, I wasn't aware of this pico ballooning as this huge hobby. I love a peak of balloon, a little onion, a little tomato, a little cilantro in there. Lots of blue full of chorizo. I guess hobbyists and they put essentially radio transmitters on there so they can track them and it's big with ham. Yeah. It goes over the ham radio system and you think they ever serve ham sandwiches at a ham. No. If they have a convention that the distant goes without saying no joke. Ham salad sandwich. There was a thing on the Internet where they had a PEEP like a marshmallow PEEP in space and there was a camera on it, and it went up to like, I don't know, 20,000 feet or something crazy height and then it came all the way back down and the camera survived and they had video of it and it was really really did the PEEP survive? Yeah. No, it was a little charge. Oh, that's good. Wow. A little PEEP show. And it was tough. It was. Willing hard time? Yeah, yeah. The bases day parade this year should be interesting. Much of Chinese balloons. They wanted to get that in there first, didn't you? No, I think you think it's interesting that they now think that maybe some of these balloons they shot down are these hobbyist bullets. So what kind of a hobby is that? Is there any danger of an aircraft of an airplane running into one of these things? No, or get sucked on the engine. It couldn't have a plane theoretically at night. This should be against your good pilots notice stay away from those things. I mean, can you see him under the show up on radar? I mean, it's a big balloon. I don't know. Or how far up near do they fly? The same people who force you to take participate in the pinewood Derby, a bunch of know it all fathers. Just because these kids have their father's present in their lives, that they can make their own pinewood Derby cars and some of us had to do it by ourselves and it looked like hell. I think we may have discovered the root of harm. No, no, it's fine. To hell with it. Damn, my daddy's right here. Oh, well, great. Why don't we find you? Go for it. If this was the boy scout that doesn't. No. If this was the pinewood Derby, some of these balloons would be there'd be a whole house on it because the dads get very serious about it. A wind tunnel for three weeks. Yeah, the dads spraying Teflon all over the car. Well, we have coming up. It'll be comedian grit Warren will be our guest. Also, we have another flight storm. I'm not done with my flight, hunk. Yeah, and we have a beaver dam. Beaver dams in the news. Beaver, damn. Damn. Thanks, juice. Right now I want to remind you that you don't want to spend any time today. At the grocery store walking around pushing the cart, desperately trying to find the rutabagas and the frozen French fries and whatever else you're into. This is why. I was trying to give the variety of no, you have available.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"pinewood" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Really think you're that good? I don't know. I'm getting old, but I'm probably pretty good from this range. I don't know. I'm getting pretty old, but I'm pretty good at about three feet. That is, of course from justify dear Friends, welcome back to America first. This is one on one. With actor director Nick sisi Nick, welcome to one on one. Thank you, Sam, but it's good to see you again. Hey, Nick, I just asked my engineer to print out your bio and then what do they call it? Your filmography. And I think we've run out of paper here in the print time. Look at this list is absurd. Days have found a prince of tides, fried green tomatoes, cast away flicker on and on and on, you've got the films you've directed like Garcia and the TV shows like mash bridges. Chicago hoping, of course, justified, dude, do you sleep? Do you ever sleep? Well, every once in a while I get a job. That's what my wife says. I'm always around the house and then every once in a while I'm gone for a while. All right, well, we're very, very impressed with what you've already produced. We're going to talk about this amazing movie that aired Thanksgiving just a few days ago that you have made called capital punishment. But first, as we do, we have millions of lessons across the nation. Some of them may have been trapped under a rock for the last 40 years. So just in case they don't know who Nick Cersei is tell the world all of our listeners and viewers where you hail from where the Cersei's are from, how you got into this crazy business of films and just tell us that little canned version of your life so far. Well, I grew up in little town in the mountains of North Carolina called color weed colorway North Carolina. For some reason, there was a university in my town and as a child I did some plays at the university when I was in the battle 11 or 12. And so after that, that was I got hooked on it and I just wanted to be an actor. And of course, back then living in North Carolina. I didn't know anyone that was an actor. So I didn't really know how to go about it, but, you know, I went to studied acting in school, went to New York, did the plays to be odd jobs and the limousine driving and all that stuff. And found a way to move back to North Carolina in about 1989 when my daughter was born and wound up getting a part in a movie called fried green tomatoes, which kind of put me on the map. And I kind of had a career after that. So that's it in a nutshell. Now you have a rather good Twitter game. You're yes, Nick Cersei. Your tag here is once guest heard it hosted for Rush Limbaugh. I love always mentioning that. Nick, you are clearly a conservative. I think your new film demonstrates that. Have you always been a conservative and if so, what was it like to be in the industry you're in? Or were you apolitical? Give us your political evolution if you would. Well, I think I was always kind of instinctively a conservative, but I wasn't paying a much attention to politics until my daughter was born up until that point I was really focused on trying to get my acting career going. So it just wasn't as much of a part of my life, but after my daughter was born in 1989, I started to kind of makes you more serious about things. And so I started to really pay attention a lot more and you know, ever since then, I mean, like I said, my career acting career pretty much started when I was still in the southeast. I was doing films like fried green tomatoes and the fugitive and days of thunder. And living in the southeast as an actor, you know, you don't have to keep your mouth shut about politics. So by the time I moved to California, I'd already been running my mouth and it was too late to take it all back. So I didn't know I was supposed to shut up so I never did. Not fried green tomatoes was 30 years ago this year. Yes, you were geographically you weren't in the heart of Hollywood, but talk to us because you clearly have to travel yet to go to studios, auditions, or what have you. What was the business like then 30 years ago and how much has it changed? Is it always been a sass pit in Norway's totally woke or have you actually seen it get worse in those three decades? Well, it's definitely gotten worse. I mean, you know, I can't remember ever really having much of a conversation about politics on the set until George Bush, George W. Bush got to be president and of course he was hated so badly by the Hollywood left that that's the first time I really noticed it. And it's definitely steadily gotten worse from there. I mean, it just now it's completely toxic and, you know, you know, anybody now who isn't a Democrat is some sort of racist white supremacist insurrectionist terrorist. That's pretty good summation for the insanity we're living in right now. My very, very small experience, of course, I've been doing TV for many years, and I was an extra once in a very bad movie, but no, it really was. It was called shadow chaser looking up guys. I'm one of the EMTs right at the end of the movie with my best body. We hung out at Pinewood Studios for two days to get to dress up as EMTs. It was a very bad Blade Runner ripoff. But my experience is the artiste of the directors. That's the woke crowd. The guys that actually do work like lift stuff, you know, move cameras, the guys that actually sweat for a living. My experience is that they usually salt of the earth conservatives. Is that an oversimplification? Oh yeah, no, no. That's really true. I mean, a lot of times, especially on the set of justified when I was there, people with people on the crew would come up to me and you go, you know, I'm totally on your side. I just don't want to say anything. Yeah. No, that makes sense. So yeah, no, a lot of there's a lot more conservatives in Hollywood that you think. They're just smarter than me and they keep their mouth shut. Well, we're gonna talk about your new movie. We're gonna talk about the message of your hat that looks like it's a regular maga hat, but in fact it says make America talented again. We'll talk about that philosophical stance. But first, let's dive in, let's talk about the film that came out for Thanksgiving. You can check it out right now at capital punishment of the movie dot com, download it, watch it. Capital punishment. What is it about? Tell us about this film that.
Before the Break
"pinewood" Discussed on Before the Break
"Yeah, kind of, because ten years ago, I remember reading for the very first episode of Walking Dead, and it was just called the untitled zombie show in Atlanta. And that's kind of when the buzz started going about, you know, people are going to Atlanta. There's a lot of work there. And now I mean, every project I hear that's going on has some part of it in Atlanta, whether it be Pinewood Studios for pickup shots or anything like that, but yeah, most things are coming through here. And it's crazy that the biggest movie franchise on the planet has their headquarters there. It's so much TV so much film. Yeah, it's really. So that's great though, that you've been there for all of that. And so you have all those connections. It kind of go back to casting. It's nice when, you know, you get auditions from the big casting directors in the southeast and hopefully it can continue to build relationship with those casting directors. I've been very fortunate to say that, yeah, over the last ten years, it's great to get auditions from them. Yeah, big time. Now I want to know this because, you know, being in Chicago, there'd be a movie that came into town and a lot of their leads came from the coasts, right? And here we are us, local hires in Chicago with your supporting roles. And you know, we were happy to have them. But I got to tell you, not that I was treated different, but I kind of was, you know, did you do you ever feel like because your local because your zip code on set that you're put into a group that is separate from the people coming out of town? Is that something that you feel or that you see or maybe people that you know experience? Well, yeah, absolutely. I mean, obviously there's always going to be a hierarchy on set. There's always going to be PAs. There's going to be extras..
Archives of Fabella
"pinewood" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Six ad. Eric th year. Too young newlyweds respected elvin merchant antony gilroy and his wife hazel have recently settled in a rural corner of the shiba union. Just outside of black cliffs city approximately were charleston. South carolina would be unimaginable of earth. And tony was a handsome elvin master. Strong and muscular. He's uil was a bright blue haired beauty. It seems like the striking couple is destined to enjoy a long and blissful life together but just three months after the two wed tragedy strikes one day when antoni is away from work a neighbor calls on hazel. But when he opens door he comes across a horrifying sight. He sees hazel lying at the foot of the stairs and he realizes that she's dead. The boy hurries to deliver the shocking news to antoni who immediately russia's home. When the doctor arrived her examine the body he finds antoni beside himself with garrigues. And tony was cradling the head and sobbing and was just grieving like the doctor had never seen in fact. The widower is so distraught that he refuses to let the doctor. Even approach has wife's lifeless body every time he would get close enough to examine the body. And tony would start so. The doctor did a cursory examination. He determined that the cause of death with an accidental fall down the stairs and when board ends arrived here investigated saying they corroborate. The story and agree with them and tony is quick to order a cremation of hazel body. Her grieving mother caitlyn doesn't even get to see her daughter one last time before. The lovely maiden is reduced to ash. But no one could have foreseen the bizarre turn of events that are about to unfold as the story goes a few weeks after the funeral. On lebron nineteenth hazel 's mother caitlyn madigan receives a strange visit in the middle of the night. She notices or sort of chill in air at a messed as she looks toward the missed. She saw the eerie operation of hazel. Ghosts and fabella were real. You would think that this would make solving murders easy. But sadly they're unreliable witnesses because the untethered from their body ghosts are severely limited mentally. Their mental condition can best be compared to that of an alzheimer's patient. Their recollection of events is often scrambled. They don't have clear answers and there are shell of the person they were before. Ghosts are not all there for the most part but they do have very short in very rare periods of lusa. Dennis easels ghost is experiencing when such period of alertness and urgently flies to her mother. Ghost hazel makes a disturbing claim that she did not die of natural causes at all hazel tells caitlin very specifically that antoni had killed her and tony at gone into effect of rage over a domestic dispute with hazel and struck her with kid lingers hegel and tries to get award into hazel in time to take a legal recording of the ghosts account but she is too late by the time awarded arrives at the home. Hazel ghost is back to not knowing which way is up an thinking that she's five years old skipping through a meadow. Caitlyn is the only witness to the confession and hazel. Ghost is an unreliable witness. Caitlyn knows she has to find evidence of the murder. He's all told her exactly how she was murdered. She has to get antonis. Want to prove that he cast the killing curse. The exact time easel past but even wardens fidelis policeman need a warrant to confiscate a wand and investigated for prior incantations. So caitlyn hatches a plan. She buys a fifteen edge. Pinewood warned identical to antonis and visits him to pay her respects after she switches wands. She is careful not to leave her fingerprints on antonis worms as she uses gloves to stow the warned safely in her purse with antonis pinewood wand in her possession. Caitlyn passes a magical instrument to a homeless troll. She's made deal with the troll. Purposefully gets caught robbing a home and apprehended by morton's warton's then perform an investigation of the want to find the owner. It's here they discover that a killing pairs with cast with the wand while it was in the owners possession when antoni comes to collect his missing wand. He is arrested for hazel. 's murder antonie sentenced to life in prison. Never finding out how his mother in law cleverly orchestrated his capture. Caitlyn only came clean about what she did on her deathbed where hazel goes made her final recorded appearance covering over her elderly. Dying mother with a thankful smile. That's going to do it for us today. Subscribe now to get more new episodes right in your feed rate and review the podcast on itunes. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Send your questions to archives of abella at g. Meal dot com archives of abella is created produced and hosted by dylan foley with music by garrett fares and audio blocks books are available on amazon in e book and paperback as always look outside of what is possible and think about what might be..
My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"pinewood" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Going off on on many tangents. Is there anything you think. needs to be wrapped up anything that we left hanging. The you wanted to comment on pain. You include the pictures. I sent you like their way to include that in this absolutely for folks pictures. Yeah for folks. Who haven't looked Each episode work for the your handbook for the apocalypse. Podcasts has been unique. I put a little bit of time into creating a photo sort of representation of what we talked about The first one. I think was just that your susquehanna river logo which i think is so cool. There's the green and blue one And then yeah the little crow figures me and then there's a a figure of you but i think i'm going to use the one where you're like sitting down with the magnifying glass. That you drew yourself. I think i'm going to aright from now on so this week's episode artwork will have a what what's the proper name of the the craft you got. The the candidate is no idea. I did not have proper name. Well i would call it. Like a like a weaved arabesque almost looking thing but arabesque like kind of brings to mind a whole totally different part of the world but it is kind of like It's like indigenous psychedelic art in fabric. That's one way to put it And so i use it to place crystals upon new see. Now this is. This is some everything i like. I don't make something to make it. I make something to use it This year is definitely To be used. So maybe. I'm maybe i'm forgetting the this part because all right so i had this beautiful staff like this pinewood staff that taryn i found while we were walking and i brought it home with me because my intention was to kind of sand it down and use it as a walking stick. And maybe we'll touch on this next week or something after actually do something with it but i left it in the front lawn thinking like oh nothing will happen to it. Not remembering that you know. My father mos my grandmother's lawn every week so he comes by and runs it over with his lawnmower. And i at first. I was like kind of very upset..
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"pinewood" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"However, A small movie a long time. A girl. It was cold Day to remember. Yes, and and you played the system Wireless operator on the top Katic. There are I believe it was the first review made about the Titanic. And But it was just very, uh, like like old movies, and that's one of my favorite and there you did very well on that movie. As was interesting concert. Remember it well. Um, I ran because I drove out to Pinewood and they had built a huge section of the ship on the back lock, but the angle it was when it was sinking, and it was the most Impressive said I think I've ever seen in my life, uh, even better than the sets on Cleopatra, but that sure so real so real. Because I heard that they used the new technology in order to fill those, uh, parts, you know, with the Dutch chairs, removing as a secret Chevy as ship was seeking. You have the And the chairs and the tables in the dining room. It was very Breathtaking, I guess, but it was clear the movie people saw the other Titanic. Um, it's a very interesting and sobering, um, difference to actually sit down and watch. Tonight's remember and those people that liked the film that Titanic should actually watch, and I remember because it's it's very educational and teaches you a great deal. And a night to remember depended much more on acting. I'm not knocking Leonardo, the Caprio and Bill easing or any of the other performance that made that movie, But they didn't have the special effects available to them in 1959, so they depended on acting. What a novel idea. Yes, well, yeah. They had an extraordinary group of special effects people that created the images and remember which are quite defying. And of course, when we were in the water, you know, bride is one of the people who survived, so he managed to get himself onto the an upturned lifeboat. And we shot it in the rice. That leader which is the little reservoir in the north of London, and it was only about 10 degrees warmer than it was in the Atlantic and the ship sank. Remember being very, very cold in that water. You know? Wow. Yeah, because I heard that they used to do kind of technology to film. Those scenes with the The first ER drifting up and back there. It's quite dramatic, and, uh, also were that, uh, the cast that already young and Bernard Fox with that movie, too? Yeah, That's how I don't know to remember. Yes, it's funny. Bernard Fox within both Titanic and a night to remember. Really? Yes. Oh, Forward. This is Yeah, uh, major career Titanic's on Yeah. And yeah, Before I go, Uh, Morgan, I want to thank you so much for shining your light for me on the The turn Easier. White SOG pokes out added by Elvis fresh weight. And, uh, I Googled it on Spotify and I got a A lot performance. Uh, him doing it? He did. He did it just like Tony White. Very white did it? I told you it was seen large. Parts. I've seen him do that song live many retirement Vegas. Oh, wow. Yeah. Okay. Well, thank you for taking my call and And then again, we're thinking of the The people want involved in the 9 11 so, Absolutely thank you. All right, David. Take care. Thank you. Very good luck to you that money. All right, Now look, my break. And once again, David McCallum's gonna tell a story that he's told on my show before and elsewhere. About how his daughter had And I'm pleasant reaction to seeing her father killed in the movie The Great escape. I know we all know movie from real life, but How? What was your daughter At that time, David. Oh, gosh, I don't know. But, yeah, You know, I'm like most fathers. I'm hopeless with dates. Times names. I'll say elementary school age and that'll cover enough years for me to be And if people they want to speak with David McCallum will be here to the top of the hour. 617254 10 30 or long distance. 888. David just called from San Francisco. The call that was on Just a couple of minutes ago, he downed 888929 10 30. So Give a call and you get a chance to speak to David McCallum. Who is just the beginning of a great night that I have planned for you. Listeners to the Morgan Show time. And temperature. 9 1972 degrees. The Morgan Show on WBZ NewsRadio 10 30 For Over 35 Years, Advil is help millions of people stop paying in its tracks. Its newest.
"pinewood" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"They said to me angelina jolie and at the time she wasn't who she was often tomb raider definitely. I know who the actress says like did like i think she's done. My girl interrupted stuff like that. She wasn't that well number. She'd been caused his tomb raider. Which obviously too many. It was huge the computer game so that was like a been out there and she model agency said that looking for girl that of these dimensions. Five foot seven and a half. She's got this wingspan likley like and He's got this size way. This size hip on. What have you and my model agency said to me. I've looked over all my girls. And you're the closest fit older measurements of mike. Really now. i see engineering jelly back. Then i did and still now as somebody. That's very like slender very. I wanna use the word skinny. But that's not an feel like that's like a good. Were just very very very slender right. Every lean slender. I think i knew very slender arms and stuff. And i just wasn't like that. I'm like i'm chunk here. I've got like bigger wrong. big muscles in my on my arms. Kind of meaty like kind of a bit boston but heavy on. Apparently my measurements fit. So she told me to go to some costing. And i decided not to i still. I'm going to waste my time. They're gonna take one. Look at me and go. This isn't angelina. Jolie buddy at all. So i didn't bother going right. I didn't bother going two weeks later. The same model agency calls me back. And they said they're struggling to go with these measurements because angelina jolie for high. We actually have quite long legs and long arms. Michael tools is quite sure like we're very lucky for high. We have we have legs. The should be on someone. That's like five foot ten. Apparently so they insist and so i go. I decide to go over this time. The addition is not too costing sweet. Yes where it is. It's up pinewood studios. Does the other decided to go. I was like. I wanna go to pinewood studios. I'm going to go to this costing so. That's the reason why i went. Now i had been pinewood studios be.
Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"pinewood" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Iceberg aircraft carrier. Problem that's right. They realized that this was an avenue. Forward this was a way we might be able to strengthen the ice so that we could do all the amazing things that we want to do with it. So they experimented different pull buys combinations. Were tried different. Pulse would pull rocks other materials put in there but they ultimately found that all you needed was as little as four percent pulp and you would experience a huge upgrade endure ability compared to regular is basically these embedded materials prevented cracks in the ice from advancing. So i mean basically you can think of it as a crack starts and instead of being able to eventually vein its way through an entire block and bring it to pieces. It can only go so far before it encountered something to stop it. So if you were gonna make a wall out of ice pike creek would be a better candidate than regular ice. Yes it's thompson points out it. It's not that it would make it. It makes it more durable and it doesn't mean that it would be invincible. It would still fail. Buddy would fail in a much more predictable fashion. And and that's also why thompson ultimately points out that if your brand the builder brandon the builder the legendary brand. I if you're looking to build a giant wall of ice even with the help of some magical beings Doing something like pie crete would be your best option for building that wall. Yes so i was reading peru. Tsa's reports about these experiments with pike. Read about like the optimal type of wood pulp to use the optimal amount of wood pulp and suspension of water to us. So it looks like they usually ended up using spruce or pinewood pulp ground up by machines. And this is the pulp that ultimately would become the pages of a newspaper in another context And in when in liquid form this this mixture has interesting properties like a five percent. Suspension is sort of Porridge kind like oatmeal. But a ten to fifteen percent suspension is more like a sponge. And when you freeze it you yet. You get this resulting matrix of water ice and saturated wood fiber that becomes extremely tough. You can bash it shoot it. It tends to hold together very well..
The KiddChris Show
"pinewood" Discussed on The KiddChris Show
"You know you get a lot of people in overlying. If i hit up jim down there the at the holy grail and asked him to save a table. Is that over the line. No it's not not at all okay and fine back off buddies. Oh you are okay. Yeah well i guess i just feel overstepping any is that rude. Lay gotta take might be able to do. It doesn't hurt to ask. Oh man it's definitely gonna be down there by noon and do well do it. Yeah i don't know. I don't like doing anything brian combs. I don't wanna be around people. See that's the problem is gonna be an issue this week. I'll take your tickets no problem if you want to get to the beer in the fun you gotta go through people really i veer at my house. You're gonna sit at home by yourself. That's kind of fun win. A couple of games finally over the padres the next couple of days. It's going to be electric atmosphere at the ballpark. I think you will enjoy yourself. Well it's safer than being out at Dave and buster's right. That might be the case. I heard some nine one one call this morning. I released about the panic of people who are inside monday night. I know some of the people with their kids. I mean this was fairly early in the evening before. Eight o'clock and the southern happened inside fight broke out. One of the caller said that There was a taser being used on people inside what i don't know if that was dave and buster's security that was not talking all even like the city of springvale not talk right so i don't know if it was their officer who used the tasers or somebody in the crowd had a teaser and then good call. The fight spilled out onto the to the area outside where there was somebody shot. I mean on one of the nine one one calls. Is this person. Sanyo get here fast. Because we got trouble you can hear the gunshots in the wall and that person obviously just freaked out and started screaming like we got shooting and i see blood and was any probably it might have been an officer. Use it a taser. I i don't know so. I mean you know minor speculation but you would think that that would be because he doesn't want us okay. Yesterday i mean the one thing. I was seen as kids in there a week ago or throwing around ski balls and nobody did anything to stop them. Some guy got got driven the chest with one of those. He says almost knocked him out probably with his kids. Yeah i would just see than start right. I i think that's what happened because the person who was shot was like thirty seven years old so it wasn't one of the teenagers who was involved in in the trouble right. It was a local movie theater and oakley the cinemark just said that they are adopting a new policy. That after six o'clock if you're under seventeen you have to be accompanied by a parent. I'm going into the movie theater. They're afraid of the reports. They've heard i guess they've experienced a few issues themselves so the cinemark and oakland is adopting the pinewood mall. Does that run the holidays right. They had to yeah. They had so much trouble a couple of years ago. Wow so everybody's everybody's a punk. Well these kids. They know they know that the you know nothing's going to happen to over. Maybe there's just nowhere else go right. Nothing officer is pretty much handcuff themselves. And that's probably why. I think is my take that stun gun was used because he's like if i shoot somebody then i'm going gonna get thrown in jail myself right. Well i mean you're not gonna fire inside a crowded arcade anyway. I mean i don't care what's going on unless somebody pulls a gun and points at somebody else but yeah i mean you look for a way to be able to control these crowds in their hands are tied oftentimes on what they can do. Well even chief elliott or whatever. He's like i'm done. That's why he said he's doug but he is saved busters.
Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"pinewood" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Com all right golf courses. Let's go to ian fleming's golf course. Next month's open championship is to be played at ian fleming's course the open championship. Gulfs original major tees off on july fourteen. Twenty twenty one. The tournament will be played at saint george's where in fleming was a member. The gulf matching goldfinger. If you remember was played at a club called saint marks although fleming's description of the layout mashed royal saint george's in the movie. The gulf match was filmed. That's park near pinewood studios a couple of clues that saint marks was royal. Saint george's are two character. Names the call. Pro at royal saint george's when the movie goldfinger was released was albert whiting. The movie used albert blacking. Ask the pros name. James bond's caddie was named hawker in the movie l. Takes one of the top caddies at royals georgia's at the time. All right. there's a article in issue five. The june july two thousand twenty one issue of golf digest that dives deeper into ian fleming goldfinger and royal saint george's it is followed by a list called a quick nine on the trail of in fleming. That points out places in england you can go with ties to fleming your bond fan and fan. It's a nice read all right. The gray man reggae. John page talks about the gray man reggae. John page talks about his upcoming movie. The gray man and dungeons and dragons when talking about the spy movie the gray man reggae. John says it's just so much fun when you're working with folks who are not just at the top of their game but reinventing the game is like a whole new machine unquote. They're keeping things close to the vest and they're not giving away much on this movie but we can't wait. You can read.
Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast
"pinewood" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast
"I found myself with bulls even the robots are smarter than you. You over paired up. hope pinheads. Mark hamill plane skeletal in universe. Averse that sound like skeletal. It sounded just like mark. Hamill does most of his a look. Marcal don't give me love him but he's always sounding the same andy. Skeletal sounds just like his original joker which is joker. Sounds just like chuck. What can you do. But it's a master's universities come into net flicks and it's a kevin smith projects. But it's a post to be like a continuation of the original eighties tv series. Swipe can lake up the original guy. That did skeletons voice. The ad that my to Oh i got will mobile key going while you go. This one is obviously a a really quick one. Was that journey. Three unicol esposito. Who plays moll. Gideon was recently interviewed during a far cry six announcement. I'm was asked. The question who his favorite back guy was played over good spring from breaking bad yum. Tong castillo from fox. Cry six your mouth gideon from the mental orien- and he said his famous guy he's ever played is more gideon really. Yup that have to put in. The clip is very show All right we're now about to be joined by the one and only giancarlo esposito. Who would win in a square off between gus. Fring moth gideon anton favorites of those two. So you asked me this question and and know immediately. I say mosque it immediately. Getting his otherworldly. This guy thinks the different way. He knows what you're thinking before you say. And he he does his own dirty work and he has an incredible tool to help amount. So i'm going to save Fair enough all right Giancarlo thank you so much for hanging out with us. You basically says mafia unit always knows everything. He's always that they had always be his favorite. I do you know what i want him. Back names boys action figure. I want him back even so good in that row. Usually go for heroes book. When i saw him a bolt vintage one. It was nine nights and onto the three three quarters enough. Oh i've got to get him. I'll just gonna getting me so it was great about guy really really good. Oh yeah absolutely. That's great yeah. I think his story is not do in. I don't they. I hope i hate to see in the mall. Most always because he's one hell of a good akzo when has akzo now. The lots bit news with unless you've got anything. Kale's is about harrison ford film in the in the uk. The new indiana jones film. Now it's been op at a castle. Alexei which kessler was car. Remember but it's not that far away. From where i am at the moment so bad in lancashire think maybe and he's finished filming there and they're now going down to london to film around pinewood studios like I take it with derby street. Sach into find some at st looks like the nineteen forties. Because what makes me say that is because the subject is dealing with his nazis again because deanna jones say guys and right now i did find ready so leap. They said there were leaked images. And i was totally so i was telling so by because athol while all the projects have fascinated. May this would be great and along people in yeah. I'm aboard now the project now. This is open now. Boats well fitted in the nineteen forties. Hit law -posedly. You gotta be watching ancient aliens for this. They found the built. This like flying source of was like a bell. And there's like a london Bay four its structure that in it and some people say it was like cavill to it could open up a vortex If i if. I if i find the clippings about three minutes long i'll put it in just hair in a remote valley just outside ludvik of its. Poland stands a strange circular structure known as the hinge or fly trap. Mainstream scholars believe the structure served as the concrete support base to a cooling tower used by coal mine but according to others the german high command would not have devoted so many military resources here if the valley contained only at energy plant they see the hinge was used to test a new highly advanced machine known as to glauca or the bell..
"pinewood" Discussed on WTVN
"The Ohio Department of Health reported 618 new cases of covert 19, which is well below the three week average. Also, 21 new hospitalizations and five new ICU admissions were also a part of that update over 42% of the state's population of now started the vaccination process and just a reminder that covert health orders are still in effect for a couple more weeks in the back. Guy State. Statewide, covert health orders are still in effect until June. 2nd, However, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has now lifted the mask mandate for people who are fully vaccinated against covert 19. That's effective immediately. It's in keeping with guidance this past week from the CDC. With that amendment from the governor, only people who are unvaccinated now have to wait to take off their masks. June 2nd Jack Crumley. The governor also said that the state is going to stop offering pandemic unemployment assistance of an extra $300 starting on June 26. The governor says this is all due to go over. 19 cases dropping in vaccines becoming more available to people are hospitalized following yesterday's predawn shooting at a Parma hide shopping plaza. Police are saying it happened around two o'clock in the morning outside the Arabica coffee house and took a bar on pro road near York. Police reportedly took three men in their twenties into custody. 25 year old woman and a 22 year old man were hospitalized with gunshot wounds. Police are now investigating, and police are also investigating yesterday's apparent drive by shooting at a central Toledo apartment complex, according to a T p d spokesperson. The shooting happened shortly before 1:30 P.m. at the Pinewood place apartments on Collingwood Boulevard. The victim, described only as a young adult male, was reportedly taken into a nearby hospital with at least one gunshot wound. Police say two shell casings were recovered at that scene. Ah police source reportedly told local media that the victim knew the person who shot him. I'm Sara Lee's keeping you up today to a trending news stories at the top and bottom of every hour. Columbus is used is on news radio 6 10 w TV end No place like a cowboy place in the town like a couple of time in the way like the cowboy way. Have a cowboy can today? Yeah, When you're all that whole crowd boys contained that cowboy ground, no way, like the cowboy way. Have a cab candidate here. Like to have a big time. Try the new Big Sky Burger. Every Rogers restaurants. It's a quarter pound burger with Smithfield pulled pork beer battered onion rings American cheese in spicy barbecue sauce on a corn dusted Kaiser bun ain't no way like the cowboy way and a song like a tablet song. Have a cowboy kind of running away. Going wrong. You.
Kingdom Family Talks Podcast
"pinewood" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast
"Was sleeping on dashon bolts here and then i remember receipt store and you can hear from some someone you will know leon leon who's is here and having laurie by on the streets. Ace hours prophesying over each one of them having and things that do not have. It's not my. It's done anything else. But i let me honoring. I remember receipts stories. I was like. I'm going to go into sharp. Go slow and realize what this would have been so helpful and he said that the lead of this right at pinewood become a west that second throw a three months and they had to throw right above. That's what we were doing this thing. I suppose at thirty municipal two hours. I was there and you prophecy with just so accurate and that was like that's not me in a sense because it is awesome. Was that story of going into into uric. Tom that the same would assist the powers through your second time. That is up from that store you did. I have one in. Switzerland also similar now texting santa barbara or account because of that store. I say that debbie one de watching that it is such a blessing. Then like i have done this to hundred lima hearts toward sean in an area. That has grace. And i think that. So many of you get an upgrade or hearing. The father's moistened his season. And for you yourself be able to to listen and to be able to see so i just bless everyone that is out there listening. Thank you so much sean. Taking his times invest in our community and our family. If you enjoyed today's episode you can follow life on social media at leith hetland an sign up for our weekly newsletter at global mission awareness dot com..
Look Behind The Look
"pinewood" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"It's it's our adorable. It's a great big scrapbooking at somebody that has a presumed god. I was collected images of all have favorite silent movie stars and all her favorite theater music hall sort of stars and she made all these colleges and she's painted them in and so i kind of use the can. I use various other research. That i had and then thinking about a face and aver so the first law of practices were done on a model. So this is before we get cracking. It was just myself and our lamb so we went. Had you had you work with alan taylor. Yeah i had i had. I knew like his wigs and attention to detail was like come believable. I knew that going to be something else. So yeah so. Atlanta and i were in pinewood studios and we had a model so we were in or i forget how many days but we were just trying outlook so we try to look. We take off. He tried to hair. We try another makeup look also at that stage. I hadn't worked through my ideas with eva. So i wasn't sure how far she'd wanna go because quite difficult. You don't wanna make an actress uncomfortable. Whether it's bleaching eyebrows or on diplock eyebrow all kinds. there's all kinds of. They need to work with the actress with as well so i tried over various looks on this on the model and it was quite fun because every now and again like khalid our team were like take pictures Not sure about this one. I wanna keep going. And then when i go to point where i'd say i think this might be the look. Now take days or hours or it could take a long time owner. Must say the first thing i did when i got there was calling me round air port costume department and i was i think they all thought competition winning. It was all these people. They're sewing the costume assistance. People seamstresses. they've been there for a year already making. They were like they were like. Who is this girl. She's like hysterical. I was like. Oh i i was like oh my god because it was just rows and rows and rows of the most amazing costumes and colleen so cool anyway. She's like yeah. yeah you know. We've been hearing year and the costumes. Yeah they're pretty good. And i was like good. I'm like i'm hysterical. Because it's so amazing. I'm so inspired. And you're a huge fan of tim burton's so you knew her her though like literally i was so cool like beyond jonquil uncool. And let's say geek wit everyone stay like casual but yeah then kind of like when so. I get to a stage where i'd be like i think this could be one of the looks and then alarm will be. Let me try and use it. Okay we think this is the look. So then they call him so then timothy comment he would sit down and looked like this at the model but it would go on for ages.
"pinewood" Discussed on KOMO
"Among the first investments, a 185 and a half million dollar below market loan and some grants to the King County Housing Authority to preserve up to 1000 affordable homes. Critics of the tech giant have long argued that affordable housing Has disappeared and communities were Amazon has a huge presence. The funds to start in King County will allow the housing Authority to complete acquisition on 470 recently acquired units across three properties. Pinewood Village, Hampton Greens and the Illegal Apartments. Carleen Johnson. Come on news. Amazon confirming to the two colonies Tribune. There'll be one of the new tenants at a massive new industrial complex. It's under construction in Lakewood Lakewood Logistics Center, too, is expected to open sometime later this year, a huge boost The economy in that area. Liquid city manager John Caulfield those air pretty prominent firms that are gonna be coming to Lakewood if it does come to fruition and bringing an incredible on a number of jobs as well, so a lot of positive things happening on on the economic. The economic development from the Puget Sound Business Journal reported on Monday that Tesla's the likely second attendant on that site The state Public Disclosure Commission says the state Senate race in Pierce County was a second costliest in state history. The details from couples Greg Hershel, it's the seat representing East Pierce County's 28 legislative District, one by Democrat between the nobles defeating incumbent Republican Stevo Ban, She becomes the first black member of the state Senate in a decade. The community actually once a leader, that's going to focus on getting us through this pandemic that's gonna focus on our working class community. Focus on housing and health care and education making. Broadband of public utility district represents Lakewood University Place DuPont and parts of Tacoma. The news Tribune says Combined nobles, an old band spent more than $1.7 million on their campaigns. Greg Hershel to comb Oh, new and Body cameras now coming to another local law enforcement agency, is coming man to fax your hat factor has the update. Pierce County is allocated one and three quarters of a million dollars for body cameras and vehicle dash cams for the Sheriff's department. According to the News Tribune. The budget adjustment also includes $40,000 for training to use no locks on the medication designed to reverse overdose. Pierce County cities like to calm and Gig Harbor recently added body cams to their departments, But until June, no police department, NPR's county had those body cameras. The council added six new staff positions to fill public records for video footage and provide tech support. And the factor Come on news, someone whose time 10 40 as we update your sports from the beacon Plumbing sports desk, the Seahawks and Iran's meet for the third time this season son Saturday rather at 1 40, the first round of the playoffs, the loser done for the year and the Seahawks trying to win their fifth straight game overall after winning against San Francisco. The Rams with a big win over The Arizona Cardinals. They had used a backup quarterback John Wolfe for to do it. After Jared Goff fractured his thumb against the Seahawks on December 27th coach Pete Carroll was impressed with Woolford. They didn't protect him toe You know and be safe with him at all. He threw the ball over the yard in Mason. Big throws down the field, spread the formations and all that. It was really impressive, ran well, too. And so I could see that if that's the way they're going, that they would have a high level of excitement about his ability to throw together another good game. Seattle's a five point favorite in that contest, coming up Saturday, one of six NFL playoff games this weekend. We checked sports attended 40 past each hour. Traffic and weather coming up in the hospitalization rate continues to rise across the country with covert case is the latest from ABC is victor of Kendo coming up? The early bird catches the worm. Gross look.
"pinewood" Discussed on KOMO
"Among the first investments, a 185 and a half million dollar below market loan and some grants to the King County Housing Authority to preserve up to 1000 affordable homes. Critics of the tech giant have long argued that affordable housing Has disappeared and communities were Amazon has a huge presence. The funds to start in King County will allow the housing authority to complete acquisition on 470 recently acquired units across three properties. Pinewood Village, Hampton, Greens and the illegal Apartments. Carleen Johnson. Come on news. Seattle is home to plenty of wealthy people will one or more of them put up $3 billion to bring back to the Sonics. Holds court would take reports the NBA might demand that amount upfront for a new franchise here. Now that National Basketball Association commissioner Adam Silver has said he is willing to consider expansion speculation has begun on what it might cost to land a new franchise. ESPN quotes a source saying the expansion fee paid to the MBA will be $2.5 billion. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban tells Podcaster Bill Simmons. Nope, It'll be more than that. Just three billion. Cuban describes the expansion fee as a loan to the MBA, which then entitles the new owner to one 31st of all league revenue. But it always comes down to is there some incremental value like having somebody in Vegas having the team in Seattle as an example? We'll see increased the pie big enough to more than compensate the money that we're giving them to be clear. The MBA has not formally announced plans to expand, but Seattle and Las Vegas are the most frequently mentioned expansion markets. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news This time a 39 will get to a sports update in one minute. You deserve a cleaner start to 2021. Hopefully, you have gotten off to that start. Think about how great you'll feel knowing. That your carpets are clean and they're fresh and there's safe getting rid of the bacteria, the dirt, the allergens and every other contaminating your carpet and helping to be safer in your home because we're spending so much time in the homes get back to clean. Get reset, renewed and refreshed for the new year, And if we've learned anything from this past year, it's how important it is to keep our homes clean and protected..
Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
Amazon Makes $2 Billion Affordable Housing Pledge
"Billion commitment to preserve and create more than 20,000 affordable housing units. In three U. S. Communities where the company has a a large large workforce workforce in in including including here here in in the the Puget Puget Sound Sound area, area, almost almost Carleen Carleen Johnson, Johnson, Puget Puget Sound Sound Region Region Arlington, Arlington, Virginia Virginia and and Nashville, Nashville, Tennessee Tennessee willing willing to to benefit benefit from from Amazon's Amazon's Housing Housing Equity Equity fund to help preserve affordable housing that already exists and create housing developments through below market loans and grants. Among the first investments, a 185 and a half million dollar below market loan and some grants to the King County Housing Authority to preserve up to 1000 affordable homes. Critics of the tech giant have long argued that affordable housing Has disappeared and communities were Amazon has a huge presence. The funds to start in King County will allow the housing authority to complete acquisition on 470 recently acquired units across three properties. Pinewood Village, Hampton, Greens and the illegal Apartments. Carleen Johnson. Come on
SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!
How to Handle Major Life Transitions
"Hey sober sellers oh modernise. It is finely the week of the big move. I know many of you are saying not unlike some of my friends. You've been talking about this. Move for a bit now lynn. I have only because this is part of my recovery. I'll explain more as we get into the podcast but wanna share with you. I why this is somewhat a culmination of the planning that i began. Who we back in two thousand ten two thousand eleven two thousand twelve. When i was just getting my footing in the whole idea that my life was going to be so very different than it had been for the previous forty six years. I was scared. Initially and i was not really focused on much beyond stopping drinking yet. Eventually i became someone who is really curious about how i could use my new skills that i was learning in practice seen every day every week every month and what that would do to my future. What possibilities might open up for me. And when i let myself think about and hope and be open to changes. How was i happy to know that. I could dream at the ripe old age of forty six and forty seven and forty eight and decide to go and get my master's degree. And what did that mean. Sure it meant. I had to sell a house and i had the move and start a newer life Three hours away. From where i had been living as i had gotten sober in those first two years and i went with it. I decided with the help of people who were supporting and helping me at the time to understand that. I was sure enough afraid of what i was about to do. But more so engaged in a process of living life that would help me cope with whatever fears and whatever things came up on the daily. Because of what i was about to myself into and that was a whole bunch of new things. Change is moving away renting a house. You know meeting a bunch of new people starting an education program. After god knows how many years all of that was really really scary and ultimately it allowed the discovery in me. That i could do these things and i could actually move through them not perfectly but with an outcome that i was pretty content and satisfied with so the first thing want to share with you today. Is that where i am. Moving to. i dreamt up in my head googled and figured out that a community that i had in mind. Mind's i where. I wanted to be how i want to live was actually being created right here south of atlanta outside of a nifty little town called peach tree city and at the time they were calling. It pinewood forrest which i've been calling it for this whole time as well but they recently changed the name. Because it's jason to a studio that films all the marvel comics and all kinds of really big named staff. But that's only a small part of what i moved out here for. But since it's across from the studio and the studio renamed itself two trillion with. That's what this new community is now being called the town at trilogy.
SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!
How Our Brain Develops and Addiction.
"High Sober Solar 's it's Lynn from Peachtree City Georgia. Soon to. Be. Lynn from Pinewood Forrest Georgia. Oh my gosh I'm deep in the throes of moving. I. Have this coming Friday, which will be Friday the ninth of October. Three weeks until I moved into a new joint. So I'm really excited I'm not getting much sleep I'm so excited. I think part of that is also because of God bless America what's going on in America? How are you all doing? Yea. Isn't this fun? Two Thousand Twenty is so much fun. Right Oh. My goodness. I. Have to share with you. One of my new coping skills in this is a beauty I am subscribing to burn doodle facebook pages, Labrador doodle facebook pages I've already been subscribed. Two hundred gazillion King. Charles. Cavalier. FACEBOOK pages. That's the kind of dog that I have and what else? Oh, Yeah Mimi, what does she? Again? You know I just said to Google. Mimi is how ridiculous is that? She is a Reykdal. It's just so nice because my facebook feed now has all of these super cute puppies and kittens in them. Yeah, you gotTa do to you gotTa do in the Year Two thousand twenty. Alrighty then I talked to my move. What I'm doing to cope animal wise this week and what else can I share with you? Oh, yeah. Part of what I'm doing. I may have mentioned this before, but if I didn't I am really minimizing. What I'm taking with me on this move and it's really hard to do. Oh my gosh, I am trying to. Only take the stuff that I. Love. Really love with me. And I'm just laughing at the process I. Don't know if any of you have tried to do this. You know you set up these boxes in your house and you're like throw away giveaway and keep and do any of you take things out of one box and put it in another repeatedly this is what I'm finding myself doing an eventually. It goes in one of the giveaway or throw away boxes but God. That's hard. It's a struggle as always trying to keep it light and bright before I dive into some Super Neuro nerdy stuff and wanted to share with you in a slightly different format. What I use in my perspective with my clients and a huge part of that perspective is neurobiology. In addiction and recovery but also something called life span development psychology L. DP how's that life span developmental psychology and how it affects addiction and recovery so are you ready cause here we go i. Let me define what L. D. P. is life span developmental psychology it is the scientific study of growth and Change Yeah throughout our human development it examines thoughts feelings behaviors in how they change during a person's life and how this change over the span of our life encompasses takes in biology social emotional and cognitive processes process the eased. Although there are typical pathways of development that most individuals follow no two people are exactly alike in the way that they change immature time. This is why cut and paste kind of treatment. Doesn't work for the most part. As an aside I don't know if any of you are watching the documentary on what is it on? Hbo I think called the vow and it's about this group called nexium that was delivering what they called quote Unquote Tech around personal development and what their tech was was trying to outline a step by step process at how to get what you. You're supposed to get personal development in insight into your own behavior and your inner life. When you work with a counselor, they were trying to do it sequentially and Nice little package and boy Oh, boy does this happen a lot that's reproducible that can be given to anybody. So you go through these courses and that the end you've gotten some remarkable insight into yourself. However. The problem with that is that you are all individuals over time your. Stuff. That comes into your system is going to be different at and happen at different times than your siblings even. So when people attempt to apply like programming if you will to the human psyche. It must be individualized and that comes only through discussion individual discussion over time with an individual. When I'm working with a client, I am going to look to help them you explain your life to make sense of your past in the present by looking at your environment and things that have precipitated or prevented growth and changes across your lifespan. Looking at things that optimize development in order to optimize or clarify or give you good outcomes what must be done is to apply appropriate theories to help you develop missing skills and navigate these situations that you navigated all by yourself way back when with no modeling healthy modeling and no real intervention terrible word. But that's the word we use intervention by somebody who knew what they were doing in, for instance, the realm of communication or the realm of dealing with. Emotions all that kind of stuff. So if you pull back and look at the stages of human development, there are predictable stages, but any number of circumstances can interrupt that normal development at any stage or age, and then lead to arrange of problems which might include substance use ongoing addiction issues or a multitude of other mental health illnesses. Let's briefly go through those stages. The first one is prenatal development development in the womb has an important impact on early psychological
All Things Considered
Tenet Grosses $150 Million Worldwide
"I'll tell you what your pet project that you've been working on for years. Grosses $146 million the first couple of weeks. It's on sale. I'm a pretty good day, right? But when you're the Christopher Nolan hoped for Blockbuster Tenet 146 million's kinda Big and a summer holiday weekend. You would want to blow the doors off the box office. But given everything word is the tenants performance might be a sign that Hollywood is on the rebound. Marketplaces. Jasmine guards has that one. $20.2 million on any given day. That's chump change for a U. S and Canada movie premiere. But with a pandemic still raging, experts say, 10 it did Okay. Professor Arun Sharma from the University of Miami says there are two lessons from the last couple of months and movie premieres. First. Some movies are just better off, premiering on streaming on ly. If it's a Children's movie, the data is very clear Launching. It is a good idea, which is why Disney plus just released Mullan on its platform for $30. A charm. A says there's not a lot of data on how movies for grownups do with a streaming premiere, which leads to lesson number two. If it's not a kid's film, pushed the release date back because most movies aren't going to be highly anticipated, helmed by acclaimed directors and plenty of films that are all that have still pushed back. Your reputation precedes you. After admit I wasn't expecting an invitation back. That's right. Top gun fans that waited over 30 years for a sequel are gonna have to just wait one more until 2021. Frank Patterson is a president of Pinewood Atlanta Studios where Marvel movies air filmed right now, production is on. Ly resumed at around 30% capacity there. But Patterson is cautiously optimistic, he says the industry constantly weathers challenges. Actors, dropout deals die. You know, our pivot skills are legendary in the movie business. There's optimism out there 10. It cost $200 million to make and has so far grossed close to 150 million worldwide, almost breaking even. And these days in Hollywood, that's a good look for opening weekend.
Iditarod: The Last Great Race on Earth
"We decided that we would cover sled dog races most notably the editor. Odd in Alaska. Now some people are going to say what the heck this is car stuff stuff right but if you remember car stuff for the past we have always covered just about any form of transportation just about everything really funny thing is that can can even be spun off into other things like I remember yesterday. We we've even done like the Pinewood Derby Cars Derby races everything swims or drives exactly. Yeah I mean every form of transportation and I think this is the perfect time of year to talk about. You know something like this. You know some some way of getting around that maybe not everybody's familiar with but it is really really fascinating. I mean when you dig into it and how into You know the sleds these people get into the dog teams. Of course they get Just the whole lifestyle that goes along with us the history of it. It's all very rich. Isn't it yeah absolutely. It's also one of those races one of those events that takes us to the limits of what our bodies can like endure and it takes us to the limits of what we call civilization. You're very much in the frontier. Have have either of you ever been to Alaska. I have you have you okay. Where'd you go? Well I'll tell you it's not the wilderness experience that you might think I took an Alaskan asking crews many years ago this is probably seven years ago. That's right. Yeah no I remember did talk about this and and it goes to the usual ports. It was a celebrity brand and crews I am. We're not getting paid. Don't worry that's that celebrity brand crews so that tells you the ports that we went to and I I can't remember all of them but it was like catch a can Yeah she i. I can't even skagway was one. I know because I'll tell you this. When we went to Skagway we go a little further north to but skagway and one of the excursions that you could take and we did? Do this one was to go to dog sled training camp and I did that weight and we talked about that and it was fascinating. It was a you know A. I don't know maybe a forty five minute or an hour bus ride to get to this thing. You're seeing things like Bald Eagles on the way and you know it's just pristine beautiful Alaskan countryside recital Ma- ma- little bonus you know trees and things like that and it wasn't like a blizzard or anything like that it was. It was their off-season so they're in training camp rape And you he got the opportunity to go and sit in a training dog sled and have them haul you for one mile trek around this mountain course that they have maybe should I hold onto this for later at. You ought to talk about it right now. It's pretty quick. Hey lay it on so at the time if you remember when I got back from this I was so fired up about this. Because it's almost like if you can picture a golf cart like an elongated golf cart on wheels. Obviously it's not on skis and has has a kind of a a runner in front like a A bump bump guard maybe or something like that it holds six people sitting there. Seats can built into this thing. It's an aluminum frame. I believe or or metal frame and then the musher would stand on the back and they have a dog team in front of you. That's polling and they pull in this mountainous rocky road right and I sit in this cart with you know all these other tourists from the the boat were not small people in it were adults. My daughter is with the shoe small but Everybody else's adults even even the Musher so seven people when those dogs took off. I mean it's slammed me back in the seat it was. It was a forceful take off. And they pulled and pulled and pulled and you thought they were never never gonNa stop and and the funny thing is like these dogs were. I mean they jacked about pulling that sled they loved and and you know there's no way there's there's no you know there's a there's gotta be cruel in some way which we'll get to that because there are people that think that right you see these dogs they are at. I know it's hard to believe we've but they're genuinely excited about pulling that sled and I think it's it's I did. I didn't understand it until I was there. And felt it in person sought in person witnessed all this and it was. It was really cool day. It was hundred bucks at the time. It's more now to do this excursion But it was so worth it. It was so much it's fun and just A A real eye opening experience gave you a little history gave you some of the Unique and stand on a real an actual dog sleds that they had retired. You know wouldn't one and check that out it was really cool. All the parts of it and It just it gave you a greater appreciation for what the sport is about the history of it. The you know the The truth behind it really right. Yeah this is this is the thing so I just went to Alaska earlier this year for the first time in my life I was there for about ten days. I wasn't true for out in the wilderness but I was captivated by How close to the wild people are like does even bigger like the the biggest city in Alaska is still going to have a moose that run the town Mussa just huge? I would not be surprised if there's a Moose Moose in downtown anchorage that has like a mortgage business or something you know so I was. I was amazed by how close while we are in. This even goes into the rules of the idea rod dot which will will discuss in a little bit. Let's first Separate two important things here. Although the race is often called the Karadzic right there is it goes on a route for the majority of the time that follows a trail the idea rod trail which is the different thing. And it's it's very old. It was used for centuries before the first Europeans arrived to use it and and the first people who identified and use this trail from you know from the European side of the Ocean we're rushing for traders way back in the eighteen. Hundreds native people in Alaska first nations would use this This trail system right to travel to different villages and eventually became one of those things like a off call it like a desire path was just the best route from point. A. To Point B.. Two point see the and so on and so in Nineteen Eight Government employees cleared the iditarod trail. which made it a little easier to navigate but in nineteen ten someone found gold and that changes everything in the town of I did I did? Ah Yeah okay well it did change everything because you know the town. I guess kind of blew up overnight right. They became boom towns. And there were a lot of these in Alaska as we all know just from our history classes and you know elementary school you kind of learn about the gold rushes and it what was going on there. But what happened is then a lot of the The Eh what do they call veins. I guess of gold dry up you know they they go away. Goals no longer found is not profitable to do that town kind of dries up along the way with the town remains it remains maybe You know a shell of itself it remains kind of a skeleton of itself and becomes eventually A ghost town if if it's allowed to go that far some of them just kind of remain with few residents here and
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