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The Trial Of The Chicago 7 With Director Aaron Sorkin And David Fincher
"Aaron thank you for letting me do this thank you for doing. I hope it's not just the right amount of excruciating. But but i wanna i wanna i wanna move this. I want to try to cover as much ground as possible. Because you know. I'm easily board but But i also want to give you But i have sort of subdivided in terms of you know just overall kind of progressions in in in casting and production and post production. I wanted to start. I I've always found your writing appealing personally. in the same way that i always love bill goldman's and and the reason for that is you're a decidedly serious person who is actually writing comedies about a dramatic ventures that have real stakes and end the example. That i have is like butch and sundance where they're debating the different ways that the super policy might kill them when he says they could go for position they can start a rockslide. That could get us that way. What else could they do. I'm treating the next line. But it's a could surrender of albion account on that. Tell me about and that was a occurred to me on social network that that you were that you were doing this thing that the the writing the the storytelling was extensively Comic in in. And i don't mean that in a derogatory lightweight sense It was wildly entertaining in talking about things. That were you know. truly dramatic and is not a is that something that you're conscious of or am my of of disappeared on my own. It's something that i'm conscious of and by the way bill goldman mentor me. Beginning from mike early twenties you know he passed away a few years ago. You know. we're very close. He was teaching me before we met with his with a screenplay with A nonfiction and then he a red by i play which was a few good men and he saw something in me. And if you want to teach me how to write screenplays but yes. I always think first of all if you can tell serious story. Funny you're you're doing yourself a big favor. Part of it might just come from an insecurity. Maybe a healthy insecurity of a comedy drama. I am not good enough at Either events do only one of them commit something pitches while or their other. I mean obviously goldman is one but are there other Heroes personal screenwriting heroes at. You can point to in sort of say this is. This is something off from them or their work. This is something that you know. Certainly tchaikovsky the answer is our number screenwriters in patty tchaikovsky For a host of reasons. Both my brothers herman joseph Billy wilder true There are things. I get from a contemporary screenwriters as well. Tony kushner quentin tarantino Amanda So i'm i'm i'm easily influenced i and the ad as a screenwriter at a now that a i've directed a couple of films I really i try to be a diagnostician. Mom I'll watch you watch film of yours Not necessarily social network Any of them. I'm end up a love. Something and i'll try and reverse engineer. I will try to in my mind. First of all figure out what it was i loved about it and then try to figure out how you got
Grimes scores 29 points, No. 8 Houston beats South Florida
"Quentin Grimes provided twenty nine points as a Frank Houston beat South Florida eighty two sixty five spoiling the bulls first game thirty two days because of coronavirus interruptions Dejan Jiro scored thirteen of his seventeen points in the first half and also had eight assists to help the Cougars improved to seventeen into Houston shot fifty eight percent of building a forty three thirty five lead then outscored U. S. F. twenty ninety eight in the first ninety minutes of the second half to surge ahead seventy two forty four South Florida got as close to seventy six sixty one with six R. one remaining but didn't hit another field goal I'm Dave Ferrie
Record fine hits California's San Quentin State Prison over COVID-19 outbreak
"Virus outbreaks has been hit with by far its largest pandemic find yet against the employer. The more than $400,000 fine against San Quentin State Prison is several times higher than any others leveled by the division of Occupational Safety and Health. Cal OSHA Announcement comes days after the state's inspector general said corrections officials caused a public health disaster at San Quentin. Tensions are running high and some state capitals over coronavirus
San Quentin prison fined more than $400,000 after deadly Covid-19 outbreak
"State Department regulates workplace safety is Find California's prison system nearly $400,000 for this whole dealing with violations during the covert outbreak in San Quentin Prison that left of thousands of people infected and dozens dead. KCBS is Kathy Novak reports is the biggest single penalty handed out by Cal OSHA. Since the beginning of the pandemic. The outbreak that led to more than 2000 infections and 29 deaths began last May. Inspections in June and July found violations from failures to notify and test employees who were exposed to cove it to allowing staff to move between units that should have been quarantined. James King was previously incarcerated at San Quentin and is now with the elevator center for Human Rights. Prisons aren't designed to respond to urgent medical outbreaks. On Monday, the office of the Inspector general released a separate, scathing report detail ng how prison officials quote caused a public health disaster. CBC are has been saying all along trust us. We have this under control. We now see from both of these reports from other government agencies, by the way. That they have overstated their response and that's me being generous. In a statement, the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says San Quentin State Prison has made many improvements and already remedied several of the citations in the eight months since Cal OSHA visited the institution, Kathy Novak KCBS
San Quentin prison fined more than $400,000 after deadly Covid-19 outbreak
"California workplace safety regulators say they have hit a state prison with their largest covert related penalty so far find against San Quentin Prison is $421,880. It's several times higher than others living by Cal OSHA. Only a few others have been higher than 100,000 most only several $1000. The announcement comes just days after the state's inspector general said corrections officials poor attempts to protect inmates of the Southern California prison caused a public health disaster at San Quentin in the bay Area of the outbreak, sickened 75% of the inmate population and led to the deaths of 28 inmates in a correctional officer. According to Cal OSHA employees at San Quentin were not given adequate training or equipment for working with infected inmates. Mark Austin Thomas can extend 70 news
Gardner, East Carolina upset No. 5 Houston 82-73
"Jayden Gardner had twenty one points and fifteen rebounds to help ease Carolina shock fifth ranked Houston eighty two seventy three the pirates first win against a ranked opponent nearly two decades just what's in the country and that's that's very surreal to stop you dream about being anybody ranks really in for it to be tough loss yeah this this is the best right here Tremont Robinson white added seventeen points for east Carolina ECU shot forty seven percent overall made eleven of twenty four three pointers and lead for the last twelve plus minutes did johndroe matched his career high with twenty five points to lead the Cougars but top scorer Quentin Grimes provided just seven points on two for ten shooting I'm Dave very
Inmate Transfer Unleashed ‘Public Health Disaster,' California Inspector General Report Says
"The California state inspector general, said prison officials wanted to shield inmates from the crowd a virus by transferring them. Instead, they caused a public health disaster that led to thousands of prisoners being infected. 28 of those infected and one correctional officer died as a result of the transfer. The report includes details of the move from the California Institution for Men in East L. A to San Quentin State prison north of San Francisco. Inmates were put onto Busses for the 400 plus mile trip in tight quarters, increasing the risk of infection. And spreading. The report also says prison officials ignored warnings from health officials and the tests known to be outdated, failed to detect some of the transferred inmates already infected. Although corrections officials have acknowledged some mistake's they say the transfer was well
New Jersey Man Arrested In Violent Manhattan Rampage That Injured 10 People
"Baseball bat went on a rampage in Lower Manhattan Saturday night, he attacked 10 people, including Molly Quentin, who was slugged in the head in the subway station at Canal and Derek. He starts screaming at us. And try to block it and advanced today excited station and he started wearing toe was my girlfriend, So I screamed at him to come towards me, and he started rushing at me. And as I helped across the turnstile, I scream tow person at that booth to call the police. And he struck me behind the arm and on the head a couple times. And then you brush on the station. You talk to the New York Post. Cops eventually stopped Brian Thompson with a Taser. It began in SoHo and continued and Hudson Square, then on to Tribeca, and it finally ended in Chelsea. Police say 43 year old Brian Thompson first attacked two men and one woman in the Canal Street subway station. Just after 6:30 P.m.. The next victim was a 39 year old woman attacked near Barican Canal Street. Police say Thompson then went after the driver of a parked car and took off at high speed in the vehicle, eventually crashing it in Tribeca. After that, he allegedly tried to steal two other cars but failed any attack more people? Then police say he carjacked the Jeep Grand Cherokee and drove to Chelsea, where he hit. A police car was finally arrested. Thompson faces a whole host of charges. The most serious injury is a broken arm. Roger. Stir in
California sent jobless benefits to death row inmates
"An April fool's joke. But this is November. KCBS is Tim Ryan. Has reaction to reports that California's employment Development Department is so overwhelmed that it's sending unemployment checks to death row inmates and many others behind bars. We knew months ago that inmates were gaming, the employment development Department here in San Mateo County 21 were charged with filing false claims in several pleaded guilty. But on Tuesday, prosecutors around the state outline what may be the largest case of fraud in California history. But it's incredible chairman. It's very sad because a lot of those under It's a millions of dollars that have gone to prisoners in San Quentin and on death row could have gone to people at home who are struggling right now I need to put up meal on the table. State Senator Jerry Hill of San Matteo is chairman of the Senate's Labor Public Employment of Retirement Committee and is held hearings on the DDS inability to process claims. Fort Deserving Californians. The system, he says, was nowhere near prepared for massive unemployment and all of a sudden when that triples and quadruples in numbers and immediately it put such pressure on the system that In the training that's necessary that they could not deal with it. Fraudulent checks that went to notorious killers, including Cary Stayner and Scott Peterson could total AH billion dollars, according to the Sacramento D. A.
California prosecutors say inmates fraudulently applied for stimulus money and may have cost the state $1 billion
"The morning off. Unbelievable is the word used to describe the staggering unemployment check fraud scheme taking place behind bars all across California. CBS is Tim Ryan explains live help. Prosecutors suspect jailed inmates have fraudulently collected hundreds of millions of dollars in phony claims with the state's employment development Department, Tim Dan from County jails to death row, Tens of thousands of inmates received unemployment checks behind bars. Prosecutors say Ah, fraud totaling hundreds of millions of dollars, if not a billion was so rushed to get the money to people which you can understand, just didn't do the work and provide the security and the identification that's necessary to do it right. And those hundreds of millions of dollars of guns, progeny only tow people in prison. Hopefully they can get that money back. State Senator Jerry Hill of San Matteo is chaired hearings on the E D. D M s saying that fixes are in place now to catch this sort of fraud. This is a major Major disaster for not only employers in California, but it just shows the lack of oversight. Checks were sent to San Quentin's death row prisoners, although it's not clear whether the inmates perpetrated that fraud or whether others did it in their name. 21 people, mostly inmates have been charged with fraud here in
Tarantino has deal for 2 books on films, including 1 his own
"Quentin Tarantino will turn his Oscar nominated film Once upon a time in Hollywood into a two part novel as part of a new book deal announced today with HarperCollins. It will not be a straight retelling of the movie. The books will add new details and plot twists to Tarantino's original story about TV actor Rick Dalton and his stunt double cliff Booth. It will be published next summer.
Tarantino has deal for 2 books on films, including 1 his own
"Quentin Tarantino will turn his Oscar nominated film Once upon a time in Hollywood into a two part novel. It's part of a new book deal announced today with Harper Collins. This will not be a straight retelling of the movie. The books will add new details and plot twist to Tarantino's original story about TV actor Rick Dalton and his stunt double cliff Booth should be published next summer.
"quentin" Discussed on Making Gay History
"Who who is quentin crisp. Well from childhood hood on. I was homosexual lip gloss that lived in this dream of being a woman. If you'd asked me a when. I was young i wanted to be heaven knows what i would have said but i wouldn't say i want to be an engine driver and i wouldn't have said to taiwan to be an admiral ownership. Usually see the fact he is. When i was young all i really want to be a chronic invalid. Because then i would have been able to live at home forever. I would have been special. I would have been doctor. You wouldn't have to face that which was outside. is that it. This is a huge profit. First of all to <hes>. To gather together all my mother's attention by huckabee crook even it led to her disliking me and seconded to avoid the outer world because i felt so totally inadequate and this never left me. Because i've i've never been able to anything. I've doing a job of a the stupid i was doing was being model otherwise than that. I just was put into jobs by my father <hes>. He tried to find jobs. But i couldn't even get them then. Other people found jobs. And i did them as well as i could. But everyone knew the top was hopeless. When you were a small boy and you had this feeling you were afraid of the outside world you wanted to be a chronic invalid. So why is it. A fear of growing up presided at you have to grow up. You had to leave the home. And if i had to grow up i would have comparison. We've be made between me and real people. While i was a child a more or less everything is forgiven. But when you grow up you're not. They can see all the same age as other people with the same education. Why aren't you forging ahead. Why aren't you amassing. Property gives engine your life. You see. I had jobs what you might call the jobs. I have the income that got left with after. You've confessed this. You need to say that. You're denied jobs on the basis of homosexuality. No i'm denied jobs because they can be seen to be homeless eggs so you could go. You could apply for a job and when you'd gone the interviews. Look another and say i. He's queer but what does nyc is that you can be seen to be clear money or new whenever very close. No i've never done more than twelve pounds a week in the whole of my life and never along and over the book. I made a small amount of money but that wouldn't be enough to to change my life. It's just money. I cling onto until. I need it most but i've always always at the losing end. This is absolutely inevitable. Why's it never you always the losing end. If you're on the outside you'll just clinging on and the slightest rocking the boat you fold into the sea. What did you first realize that you were on the outside. I should think when i was about eighteen thousand nine hundred twenty. But i'd never heard the word homosexual us then so i'm imagined i was the only one this now some almost half century. It wasn't forty years ago or so eight was forty years ago. i'm now sixty one <hes>. Yes about forty years ago and since the subject of never being mentioned to me i didn't know it existed. How did your parents feel well you. My father tried to behave as a whole thing. We'll sort of nonexistent. He wanted to pass. It never did so. I never spoke about it. He tried not speak to me as far as he could. My mother alternately indulged me and threatened me with the outer world <hes>. I didn't he goes on nowadays. But in a time going by every parent said to its child. You can't go on like that when you go out into the world and they said it to me nobody ever said i suppose when you grow up they'll meet people manage yourself and you'll get on all right with them. These are the world's highway two to forty years ago. There were thought to be certain people who am homosexual and they were a separate race of people. And there's no longer so we now realize that men are not heterosexual sexual and this. We didn't know in the beginning. Or i didn't know anyway and certainly my parents. I don't think my mother ever really understood homosexuality at all but and my father would only know what a male prostitute was
Who Was Quentin Crisp: Author, Raconteur, and Provocateur
"Who who is quentin crisp. Well from childhood hood on. I was homosexual lip gloss that lived in this dream of being a woman. If you'd asked me a when. I was young i wanted to be heaven knows what i would have said but i wouldn't say i want to be an engine driver and i wouldn't have said to taiwan to be an admiral ownership. Usually see the fact he is. When i was young all i really want to be a chronic invalid. Because then i would have been able to live at home forever. I would have been special. I would have been doctor. You wouldn't have to face that which was outside. is that it. This is a huge profit. First of all to To gather together all my mother's attention by huckabee crook even it led to her disliking me and seconded to avoid the outer world because i felt so totally inadequate and this never left me. Because i've i've never been able to anything. I've doing a job of a the stupid i was doing was being model otherwise than that. I just was put into jobs by my father He tried to find jobs. But i couldn't even get them then. Other people found jobs. And i did them as well as i could. But everyone knew the top was hopeless. When you were a small boy and you had this feeling you were afraid of the outside world you wanted to be a chronic invalid. So why is it. A fear of growing up presided at you have to grow up. You had to leave the home. And if i had to grow up i would have comparison. We've be made between me and real people. While i was a child a more or less everything is forgiven. But when you grow up you're not. They can see all the same age as other people with the same education. Why aren't you forging ahead. Why aren't you amassing. Property gives engine your life. You see. I had jobs what you might call the jobs. I have the income that got left with after. You've confessed this. You need to say that. You're denied jobs on the basis of homosexuality. No i'm denied jobs because they can be seen to be homeless eggs so you could go. You could apply for a job and when you'd gone the interviews. Look another and say i. He's queer but what does nyc is that you can be seen to be clear money or new whenever very close. No i've never done more than twelve pounds a week in the whole of my life and never along and over the book. I made a small amount of money but that wouldn't be enough to to change my life. It's just money. I cling onto until. I need it most but i've always always at the losing end. This is absolutely inevitable. Why's it never you always the losing end. If you're on the outside you'll just clinging on and the slightest rocking the boat you fold into the sea. What did you first realize that you were on the outside. I should think when i was about eighteen thousand nine hundred twenty. But i'd never heard the word homosexual us then so i'm imagined i was the only one this now some almost half century. It wasn't forty years ago or so eight was forty years ago. i'm now sixty one Yes about forty years ago and since the subject of never being mentioned to me i didn't know it existed. How did your parents feel well you. My father tried to behave as a whole thing. We'll sort of nonexistent. He wanted to pass. It never did so. I never spoke about it. He tried not speak to me as far as he could. My mother alternately indulged me and threatened me with the outer world I didn't he goes on nowadays. But in a time going by every parent said to its child. You can't go on like that when you go out into the world and they said it to me nobody ever said i suppose when you grow up they'll meet people manage yourself and you'll get on all right with them. These are the world's highway two to forty years ago. There were thought to be certain people who am homosexual and they were a separate race of people. And there's no longer so we now realize that men are not heterosexual sexual and this. We didn't know in the beginning. Or i didn't know anyway and certainly my parents. I don't think my mother ever really understood homosexuality at all but and my father would only know what a male prostitute was
We won't go: California inmates refuse move to safer cells
"200, California inmates at the highest risk from Corona virus will not move to safer cells. Officials want to transfer prisoners to locations where they're less vulnerable to infection. The development leaves corrections off officials wondering how to avoid a repeat of deadly outbreaks like those at San Quentin. Officials say an initial 238 out of the 302 highly vulnerable inmates system wide have refused to move.
Court orders California to cut San Quentin inmates by half
"Court has ordered California corrections officials to reduce the inmate population at one of the world's most famous prisons to less than half of its design capacity. Courtside it deliberate indifference to the plight of inmates at San Quentin during a pandemic. If there is no appeal, California prison officials will be forced to parole or transfer about 1100 inmates. San Quentin officials have reported 2200 covert 19 cases among prisoners, including 28, who died of the disease
Court orders California to cut San Quentin inmates by half
"An appeals court says San Quentin State prison must release or transfer half of its inmates to stop covert 19. The ruling says the prison must also revise its expedited release program to include inmates who are older than 60 and who are eligible for parole. After serving at least 25 years of their sentence. The court says elderly inmates could be relocated to other prisons with safer conditions. Three quarters of the prison population has been infected with covert 1928 inmates have died from
Bills release former starting G Spain
"Quentin, Spain no longer on this bill's roster, and I know there's a lot of bills fans probably scratching their heads saying, What the heck's going on here? Just sign this guy in the offseason, re signed him to a three year $15 million deal and he very quickly after a about a game and a half. Lost his starting spot at left guard. They brought Brian Winters in it right guard flipped Cody Ford over the left guard, and they've been going that way ever since, until least Cody Ford got hurt. And now with Cody Ford injured and weak, too weak. I think a lot of people were thinking. Okay, Well, this is the time for Quentin, Spain to step back into the starting lineup. Since that was a position, he man. For all 16 games last season. It went the complete opposite direction. He was outright released. Now. He did miss the last two games with what was described as foot soreness. He was a late scratch before the Titans game, and then he was inactive for this past week's game and was listed as questionable on the injury report. This is also a $4.5 million cap. It Which isn't gigantic, but the guys in the first year of a three year deal, um I think we have to wonder. This is probably twofold. Steve, number one. I don't think the bills at the beginning of the season thought they could acquire regard the caliber of Brian Winters who I, who they clearly believe is an upgrade because he moved into the starting lineup rather quickly after signing After camp had already started late. Yeah, and then on top of that, The timetable for John Feliciano's return seems to be imminent because the way it works is when you go on I r. Once you start practicing it kicks in a 21 day window. In which to practice to get back up to speed. And in that 21 day window. The team has to make a decision as to whether to active put put you on the active roster or leave you on injured reserve.
What it's like inside a prisoner transport van
"Know, with like two seats on either side. It's like a Greyhound bus. And I mean, instead of a cushy ceased at the Greyhound bus is happy. They had these little part plastic siya and you have to deal with these CEOs and every guy we talked to about this had something to say about how the CEO's act when they're on those transport buses. And you Talk. I'll pull this bus over and kick you. And if you get up without asking to go to the restroom, you will get DP. So what is dp me? Disciplined, physically physically disciplined, And if they do hear some talking, they're going to stop the bus Pull you off the bus. Give you a little bit of what they call it. They used to call it. What was it wrote there? That's what they do. Religiousness, just a gang a threat to us and what's the longest right that you've been on? It was three days going from prison, a prison of prison prison prison collect and everybody that was going to the shu in other places, and we went all the way up north to Crescent City, which is like Eureka. Oh, you're almost in Oregon and I actually went through organ to get to Pelican Bank Indian stopped at one of the prisons and you'll stay there overnight. And sometimes they put you to say you've been a hallway just sitting on a bench all night waiting on them to come get me, But I say it is nice. Uh, I've had some hippie, right? I believe you, but not like Mambo Alley. My name's Elita Bora. I served 12 little over 12 years in the California Department of Corrections been home about four years now. Back and wanted to say was around 2008. I got transfer away from San Quentin because they needed the cells for hire custody, incarcerated people so They shipped me off to California Men's colony. Okay. But the thing that is really difficult for Ali is that he had been taking college classes at San Quentin, right, And they don't have a program like that at CMC. So when he got transferred All of that stopped. And so I Li started doing everything he could to get back to San Quentin. The executive director of college programs like Live Just Hang tight. We're going to try to get you back so you can finish your college degree. I was like, OK, cool. Pretty soon Ali got called to a classifications here, which is an administrative thing you have to do before your transfer. So they called me two classifications like Yeah, she did it. She's get me back to San Quentin. So I go up in the classifications hearing and they're like, Yeah, we'll put you up for transfer and I'm just sitting there. Got my arms folded a little bit, You know, thinking, Yeah, they did this. This is yeah. You go into an out of state facility. Out of state facility. Yeah, they used to do that do that. It was common when the federal courts told California tto Lord overcrowded and as was like you've got to be kidding me. I'm supposed to be going back to San Quit in the classification hearings. They don't even let you talk man. I tried to talk. They just like well about to bring that up with your counselor and went back to the dorm. I was devastated. So Ali, facing another long ride on the great ghouls. This time he's headed out of state and a world away from San Quentin in the college classes, and it's like when you move anywhere. It's like you're starting a new life on ly In this situation. You have no control over it. You have no idea what that life is going to be. You're taking away from everything that's familiar. And your life is totally in somebody else's hands.
"quentin" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith
"This is three girls one key. We meet Amy Schumer Bridget Everett. It could have been the kind of memory that you can never shake Rachel Feinstein. It is hysterical. Because it's ridiculous Keith. Robinson Song a lot of women to Jackie round. We're all COMEDIANS. My best friends and I say that with so much shame and regret. Are we recording. We are okay good because I want to immediately address that has rancid. Energy hit a very sour look on his face. What's your rancid vibe? No it's not a vibe. I'm just was in the Tel Aviv. Okay you're in Tel Aviv. And you'll Rachel's people. Wow so you hate Jews in general now I was excited about going to Israel Holy Land Flu United by the way he deserves first class. Of course Shis your deserve woke up. What a guy putting the Cape on. What are you talking about? I guess is a spiritual thing I learned later. That was a spiritual thank a scarf. Cape you dummy was a go pro. Thought it was go for what it was at sea told me it was a Bible thing. Oh Yeah he's wearing a scroll yes it's A. It's a piece of the Torah. Did it scare you yes at first? I'm like what is this kind of dawn wrapping something around his arm right. Yeah that's all part of this. I didn't know what was your first taste. Yes my first taste of the second one. I want to jazz club and and the Tel Aviv. I want to jazz. Enjoy the cool. You singing Jews. We suggest close joking. I enjoyed the singing. Jews thou when I when I get back to the Hotel Guy said. Are you staying? Here has some staying airshow to my key. I said well is the bar open. He goes no real nasty and I go to the bar and it was wide open. Uh-huh so why would he tell me that the bar is closed was do you think maybe he felt your toxic and so so far guy put on his own religions. Scared you a little bit and then a guy at your hotel told you that the bar was closed. And is that why you hate Israel and Jews in general? What's led you to this new life of anti-semitism know what a guy told me he would like. It's close like why would he does sound like racial profiling. All we have now is a you profiling profiling watch so feel totally feel about Israeli films. Newark know your reasons for not liking Israel. Are I love this but you hate Jews now? Well that is a perfect way to interest season. Five three girls one key. You Been Greg talking about a Lotta love them. Send Diego it's K- WHOA. Whoa welcome to the premiere of season. Five of three girls one gave well. We're bill born okay. We are so excited for this season. Do things that I've never done before this season. It's going to be a special Keith. Robinson key my plug. Why wouldn't know what that thing is? You'RE GONNA START. Wiping just finished. My last child support payment. Oh it's so cute feels good. Congratulations now I want to say. Congratulations to everyone involved. The court system. Everyone so Quentin Tarantino is our guest today and that is a huge deal for this show goods. That's hey inch big feeling nervous about him. Coming in here you are. Yeah why are you nervous? 'cause he's got like a lot of energy you know like he's like I feel like he's he's GonNa Dominate the space with this energy little manic. He's GonNa Energy. Yeah Okay and does that? How does that make you feel when someone's a little manic Like I want to crawl under the table. Poppy my dog. That'd be kind of put your head in your body that could turtle but I'm ready. I'm ready for the mania. I'm going to match the mania with my own eyes. Yeah I have a little nervous. How did you go to make this grave mistake? I don't know I I well. Maybe he hasn't listened and you're just like I'm doing a podcast. Some friends you don't say who it is. He definitely has heard the podcast. Yes because he. He said specific segments. He doesn't WANNA do. Maybe it could have been offended. He didn't want to do some things instead. I was so flattered that he had ever even via. But he is a longtime bridget Everett. Fan One. That's the truth. And so I think that his saying yes has to do with that and Sorta yes she totally knows that. Amy told me once well I was the only one who's ever told you that somebody else told me to you. So I'm an eye. He's the only person I think I've ever asked other than Ruth Bader Ginsburg of me. And he said yes we had A. We had a really fun lunch and I emailed him after. Once upon a time in Hollywood came out and I said I loved the movie. And congratulations and if you would ever be on our podcast and I just thought never. Is this happening? And he's coming in. I tried to read a little couple interviews and listened to a couple of podcasts. He's done just to try to keep away from the like you know when you're interviewing you really think so. Keith. Are you nervous a little? No no you're not what why? You're not impressed with Quentin Tarantino. I'm very impressed with Quentin Tarantino amazing. But you're not nervous because I don't know I'm just not nervous. Have you been nervous for any guests on your so far? No are you ever nervous. When you're on a plane and somebody puts a piece of the Torah nothing. Gets you shake it in your boots? Someone who loves the law?.
"quentin" Discussed on How Many Podcast
"Yes I am one of your host Jesse Jackson and joining me on this episode is off my junior Scott on my ball. Oh and our special guest stars. We Have Kevin from Canada Gary from the block. I just want to say again then. We're so thrilled. You guys at joined US grew job lizards. I'm not going to say I love. I've been lobbying for a long time to get on here some blood my whining and lobbying actually paid off Kevon heaven sent us a gird doc which had about fifty topics about two years ago it was a long flight home and we were so thrilled with the list that we have not used one of oxygen download three that he came up with those were real steel version Unpublished I still have full Kerio. John Albert tonight. We're talking moods. Can movie actually presents resist. Yes I have a topic that I think is somewhat timely Because I did go to the movies you actually wrote to the movie. Yes I wrote my boycott and I've been to the movies twice actually in the last month jess to see why thank you saw that. I thought that was wonderful. Great Genius this movie. Just be Manfred. Mann made a movie. So we're the movies hold on struck. A neuro is funny because I can count three or four people that I have actually asked me that question. Why are they naming a movie founded? I wonder later and his crew went until he started making more money than from their version of what he probably made so much money off their version written about song because it was a big hit and that was before he had many radio absolutely he did a storyteller storytellers and talked about it. That locked up like a deuce. Yes he said but they said Douche and all of a sudden it becomes again by in the in the night and I would record it do so yes anyway. Scott About fifteen twelve. It was good thanks. That was good and and we all enjoyed it so tonight. What I'm GonNa talk about movies of Quentin Tarantino a very lauded director writer producer But he really doesn't have that many more as directing does he You know directing writing producing I. I'm not going to cal acting because his I think his acting is not what he's really known for. Yeah although he does like to insert himself he does like almost every movie he made so I had what about it is he wants to. I mean Clinton tears. Chino believes. He's yes he believes. He's a great actor. I have the list here and and and I've got whether he directed and whether he wrote or whether he produced now the he wrote more than he directed and he's produced less than he's he's directed so how how much of a total baseliner total baseline seventeen movies. So of these seventeen. How many are we going to say eight? He not only was it a good movie while known but we also need to judge how much he actually contributed I would I would say this is like how many is it a good the movie and how many of them would you say. It's a Quentin Tarantino movie. So even though he may not have directed it is Quentin Tarantino movie. So let's get. Some numbers is out there Jesse so I am not as big a fan of Mr Tarantino's some so but I feel like I'm going to be outvoted. Outvoted I think shoes much higher number fifteen. I would probably pick seven so seven of the seventeen. Yeah letter that I would call though. Somebody launched these numbers. Aw Lago Jesse is seven yard and Bob you were giving a number of what would it be. I'll say twelve twelve of the seventeen gary. I'm pretty close with you. I'm thinking almost everything on on your list is going to count but I'm GonNa go a little bit lower..
"quentin" Discussed on The Full 48
"Later. Maybe like like even when i went to the tha bank manager. I didn't confront or deal with dan. I i literally sat in there for the time. I had to be in there and just did what i needed to do. I didn't do anything because i was. I was stubborn about it and i still wasn't in the right place to deal with any day anyway. Even though i said that man probably <hes> aggressive they're trying to do that. That's not where i was and so i didn't deal with it probably for a year so as far as like coming to hey drinking allow you dealing with it the wrong way not doing the right thing and then once i started do right things everything you know all of those things on the way that was like then i got traded and being like oh why he went and indicia the way it was. It was very like crazy like i got traded and it was like everything just stop. You know what i'm saying. I remember when i got traded. I wanted to talk to pat pat rowdy right when the deal is done and he he you know some guy out there found ever forget. He's out there playing. I'm thinking like i have somebody pick me up a car service. I'm about airport and i might ago and i'm you know i'm like i'm gonna get myself prepared. Talk to whoever their coach pack my agent hurry tony pann wanna talk to you face to face some guy who get myself together. I go. They picked him. You know an airport. I go straight to the car straight to the to the rain into the ring. I'm like cool. I got my bags. They bring me to bring me to the ball and i you. Did you know strip down on thursday. I do is on the scale. They waiting body fat and i'm like what no so. That's the first thing i'd do waiting body. I mean that's it for my clothes back on and i go to pat riley also and he's sitting there and he likes she told me straight <hes> like with we traded you for mark blunt and you know just and he's like <hes> you know saying irony noticed. You've been drinking alive. You've been doing this. You've been doing up telling you right here right now. There is no second chance there is no other opportunities like get caught doing anything the wrong way. You're getting cut over. You like you know what i'm saying he was talking to do. We have you know sent you understand. What i'm saying. Like is basically is like like nine. You can't do nothing like period in like he looking at me where he was saying it like saying like i will know if you do something whether it's hotel where there's wherever like you know what i'm saying so i was like he for real hair me looking around like wait a minute so oh like that right bill. When i got to miami it was like the combination in the whole. Just coming up in my mind is like okay like you gotta get yourself together. Ed like you just that whole new york stress just disaster so like you gotta. You know saying get together so that was when you saw like me the training camp with the heat and it's like everybody's being like to how do i was. I couldn't even tell you how i lost weight or you know what. I'm saying where i didn't realize it was happening. I like that because i wanted to my once once they traded for me. I had to be there like nobody else was in the middle of the summer. Nobody else there at a show up and get the right to know equivocations. I know going home and doing this for the summer. You hear you bought in you. Get yourself together so by the kind of trying to carry around around four pounds. They're like she takes weeks. I don't know how much body fat it was crazy. I want people who saw me. It was like i live where i i knew crazy. When my sister i picked my sister airports. She was <hes> she was coming in town like literally. I hadn't brought my best friend. It was just meet it be way then when unaired derived none of the guys you guys ask james jones day local. They live my aunt from it.
"quentin" Discussed on The Full 48
"Who's got the better our case for the hall of fame shawn marion amare stoudamire. Why do i have to choose where maybe they will. I just you know i think somebody through that what you're so ago and i really had to think hard about it so i i. I don't want it to be the thanks. I great now right right and you know what i'm saying. They both were unbelievable and and unique in their always and i don't think i think both of them can stay. There will will never be another me an n._b._a. I think both of them can say that commute especially yeah no and i think they both have a strong case. I think that should make it eventually. I'm still still waiting for chris webber to make it. I can't believe he's been snubbed as long as he has you write in reference this earlier that you'd you'd written the player's tribune peace and you write about this transition after through urine phoenix. It's gonna get dark for you. After phoenix you wrote they'll trade you to the knicks. Which is when i met you seem which will seem great at first but that team will be filled with the craziest cast of characters may be maybe an n._b._a. History that team will make the clippers look like a catholic school. Squad is unprintable honestly so you got here in new york mark. I was covering that team. We had more berry versus larry brown larry brown versus isaiah thomas marbury vs isaiah thomas somewhere on the way there was marbury vs q. and i remember there was actually q. Versus isaiah to you guys gotten a little thing on the bench at one point. I let me just ask you this one because i would that would let me let me say versus. Isaiah was with strictly competitive and me and is there have so much love and respect fees for that was that was to chicago fire guys just right out of the game right back the love it would never even think thank fair fair enough. That was in game yeah. That was the rest of this was <hes> but all that other stuff was like serious though how how how close to blows does did you and stefan marberry come bob. I'm looking at old tweet by frank so noting that cops had to be called. Marbury stayed locked in a room until police arrived that is funny to be honest. I i never saw any police so they were called. I never ever found him. I don't i don't believe they were going to say they weren't because i i don't. I don't know that but i never saw any police. Nobody ever came or any of that. No blows are thrown being honest. I wanted them to be prone..
"quentin" Discussed on The Full 48
"You'll never miss out on getting your forensic fix the clippers. That was the start of your career by the way it was really fun. Have you ever given dive into your your basketball reference page you. Don't you know you know what i'm talking about so the basketball references is phenomenal stat site on for for the n._b._a. They just got all kinds. It's a great stuff but it includes things like your entire transactions list so quentin richardson gets traded quinton jackson. You know it's all those dates are okay all right. Here's here's the thing i did not realize until i was looking at your basketball reference page. The pick became you. Ultimately for the clippers in two thousand was traded like five five times like you passed all around the place like the knicks added at one point the sixers had it the hawks had it and then eventually the clippers pick you. I don't know fun fun little little trivia. You've never known it was like one two. Three four traded four times before you even got to the n._b._a. About that that would rival to stretch when i left the knicks thing oh that's right. I forgot about that. How many trillions year that was one one. There was like a two three weeks period. How many trades was a real four. I wanted to say four color who but by the end of the day. I think it was four war on back on basketball references june fifth. Two thousand nine traded by the knicks with cash to the grizzlies for darko milicic. Oh boy. I'm sorry i'm i'm sorry i'm sorry i had to read that out. Loud then july seventeenth so it's a little less than a month later traded by the grizzlies to the clippers zach randolph those big deal for the chris then july twenty three days later traded by the clippers to the minnesota timberwolves from mark madsen mad dog craig smith and sebastian tell fair and a month less than a month later traded by the rules to miami for mark blunt. There's the end of that right so one two three. Four times in two months wants so there you go. Do you have all those jerseys. No i do not the least they could do is give you the jersey to like have right to be honest. I literally didn't wanna. I i wanna say i only want to the first two city and then like my tell me. This won't be the last of the the next time i know i definitely never minnesota and then once. I got two minutes from minnesota to miami. I went there yeah that was that was wild wild stretch. They're very to yet so the clippers your time there we always think about it as as you dare smiles miles and that whole crew lamar odom so that was a really memorable time you guys didn't win but you were a lot of fun and flash forward to the summer of two thousand nineteen knowing knowing what you do about the clippers that franchise the four years you spent there the reputation they had the position they held in l._a. Can you believe that we're sitting here. Where they are the biggest winners of the summer landing leonard and paul george dipoto george part. I was blown away completely caught off guard. I'm to be honest. I i literally. I was on the one of the people on that bandwagon. Why was going to the clippers some since the beginning so i was one of those most people believe that but the paul george thing was the part that completely blindsided me and blew me away put me in a state of shock like wow take literally in a position to contend for a championship down to say there with the clippers with that i came from we practicing with college didn't even have a locker room and didn't have we didn't even take showers there. We go home to take showers practicing at a junior college in the sea just everything they become how the bomber has upgraded. It continues to obtain the great everything about it. I'm just i'm just happy for the people you have been there for all of those years for the fans but also the people.
"quentin" Discussed on The Full 48
"I'm certain of that and i think people still look at it as well. We'll men respond to a female coach which the year twenty nineteen seems like a ludicrous question and but i'll put it to you quit and you've been playing for for nancy for the last couple of years in the big three. You're spent thirteen years in the n._b._a. Almost feels insulting assaulting gas the question but i'll ask it our guys ready for that change absolutely man i mean i think you know like you said with the numerous examples you give in and you know now nasty leading now at least they're leslie joined in the league and cokie tripoli's but i mean you know numerous. Other people like you said the wave of hiring that has been happening across the league. I mean i to me like you said salute chris question but <hes> i think absolutely i mean as long as everybody did. It shouldn't be to me in my opinion shouldn't be about male. They'll see it should be about qualifications. I don't feel that you know females to just get a job because they're a female. I mean it. They are qualified. They should absolutely be up in competition for the job but for me to say that just because there are one or just because they're man that doesn't in in my opinion gives you entitlement position to get a job. That's just me but i think these women that are getting hired. They're being hired because they have the abilities and they have the qualifications to do the job. I don't think it's anything other than ed and knowing players as you do. Do you think that this generation of n._b._a. Players would respond. Well respond positively constructively and not view because the thing is that as you said qualifications in every woman who has been hired on an m._b._a. Bench wjr over the last couple of years. They're all qualified. Most have come from the w._n._b._a. They've been around the game. They've played at a high level and fact is most n._b._a. Head coaches. I don't with the number is right now but i i counted once in the last year most n._b._a. Head coaches did not play in the n._b._a. Like the majority did not you guys like frank vogel who came from worked as we from video coordinator. You've got guys who you coached in college career assistance so the woman who played into w._n._b._a. Are in fact probably more qualified in that regard than a lot. The head coach is currently in the n._b._a. So the only question is whether or not they're still an issue of sexism not only by the teams in making the higher but by players. Here's a question of will they respond but you think that you think they will. If if if if becky you're somebody else gets job tomorrow. You don't think there'll be any issue you with regard to gender it would only be about the usual coach player stuff. I mean being honest. I mean obviously you know if that was to happen. I think you would have some little silly stupid incidents somewhere along the way i mean this. This is the world. We know that but i'm saying like overall i. I don't think i think it would be a big deal at all. I think you know especially this generation of these young kids. Come up the awareness of everything and the and the inclusion and <hes> you know just trying to level the playing field of everything i don't. I don't think that would be a problem at all like i say as in anything always have some some food jump. Ah something crazy really you know just type of small little but i don't think as a as a overall class though you know league or leaves plural laura you know. I don't think it'll be a big issue with these women coming into it as long as they are qualified. They're doing their job. I think that's been my views..
"quentin" Discussed on The Full 48
"Be in the olympics in tokyo oh next summer. What is it about you think that this this style or this this format of play and what you guys are doing in the big three league. That's really resonated with people. I i gotta be honest with you. When when it first came out i caught me. I said 'i'm coup watching what you i'm like. This isn't gonna pay this is no it is whatever is not going to be a real. The thing and i sat back watch like what i saw coming to the players. They were involved and everybody who have how you know how competitive it actually wouldn mm so that made me say okay. I'm gonna give it a try next year. You know what i'm saying but then i the first year exactly right now. I believe it's gonna happen or work or whatever rich and let me just see how it goes and so once i saw i saw how a win i liked it. You know being involved in it last year. I mean everything i mean. Thank you got to do everything of course class. I mean you're watching. Hugh was a businessman put them ten toes down and put his feet to the ground getting a community communities. You know promote the big three and and do events and put into the community as well as encouraging. Come out and check out the big three. I mean it was as good an amazing for me to see him. As <hes> the man doing his thing really partner with jeff in creating his platform for us to continue to play was amazed by yeah my my apology. She's ties cube forever doubting him so coup. Absolutely your coach is nancy lieberman who n._b._a. Fans no has spent spent time as an assistant coach in the n._b._a. She was a groundbreaker in that regard and has been around the men's game in various capacities actually for for years we've seen yet another new wave of women being hired as assistants on various teams this summer. We're at an all time. I can't remember what the number is now. We're at an all time high though and so this this just continues this trend continues and it does feel inevitable whether it's gonna be becky hammon or someone else. We're gonna see that moment where there's a woman head coach in the the n._b._a..
"quentin" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"Hello everyone we're back for a piping new hot episode and our subject that we're we're going to talk about to night miss money any quentin tarantino quentin tarantino yes so once upon a time in hollywood one of the most anticipated movies of the year just came out with both senior talk about that too but we thought it would be fitting to <hes> do a spotlight episode on quentin tarantino who's arguably one of the most influential and popular pilla directors <hes> working today. <hes> and kind of controversial is a lot of different thoughts and ideas about tarantino's well. He's only made eight ten films nine actually but kill bill vol one involved too you know was actually shot one film to write <hes> but anyway so we're going in a break that down and talk about tarantino. Are you excited for that. I actually really am. I've listened to three podcast interviews with him and i i think he's actually just a total dude. I love him a total dude dude. He's i think he's a total nerd island walkie very strange inge individual right but also a really good guy while he's a movie nerd. He is a movie fanatic. He loves the doors movies and that comes across in his film making big time. Yeah i think and i i'm actually a huge fan. I mean he's tarantino. His films are our an event. Probably the only other directors like him. Is someone like christopher. Nolan who has made such an impact or maybe even like wes anderson or something but actually no even with anderson doesn't have the draw that like nolan and tarantino has nolan's more epic scale. <hes> tarantino so is tarantino is really like ought it. Is that like the acting the directing cinematography the music and the dialogue always always nyala who is no. You're going to get something so rich and so unique even though we as his signature anyway okay so we will deep dive and we'll just go through all of tarantino's tarintino films which isn't a lot. He's made ten movies but before we do that. I went to do a few things first of all. I don't know if you saw this. I thought it was really cool and i wanted to get an image shoutout. There was a podcast called the take to podcasts. Did you see that. I've i've seen it yet. So it's it some podcast that's on iheartradio okay and they found tony in the movie guy and they just gave us a shout. I had no idea i thought it was really cool. Cool and it's brian an and tony. They're the two guys anyway. They gave us a really nice shout out. I really appreciate it. Thank you guys and they were shocked. Because they saw the logo you know which is the godfather and they saw the picture and the tux and they thought i was like some new york italian guy. Oh how fun i start speaking and i'm british you know and they were like louis tune in the movie guy next time you do a podcast do a new york accent and i'm doing a really bad join..
"quentin" Discussed on Quentin Tarantino's Feature Presentation
"'cause I work on the pill. You know so do you ever boogie. Nights is a film that feels at once alive and full of ghosts like you're watching the spirits of people who don't yet know that they're extinct. It's almost the same feeling as watching once upon a time in Hollywood like boogie nights quinton has recreated created an entire world and then within that world movie sets in Boogie Nights and once upon a time in Hollywood. There's all these dimensions stacked on top of each other real history and fictional fictional history and the film within a film fictions that these characters are creating. There's a scene in once upon a time in Hollywood where Brad Pitt's cliff booth drives pussycat the Manson girl to where does she and her gang live spawn ranch spahn ranch as you know if you've seen the movie or if you're into that real history of the Manson murders was a fake wild west filming location for cowboy versus outlaw shows like the lone ranger and Bonanza Quinton invents a fictional showdown between these hippy outlaws and cliff booth the closest thing movie has to a bad ass sheriff harassed. Andy sets it at the same place where dozens of fake sheriff's face-down hundreds of fake outlaws.
"quentin" Discussed on Quentin Tarantino's Feature Presentation
"Depending on the movie you're watching your anticipation of what is going to be is really kind of is <hes> is it's not a generic thing is going to be connected into that movie yeah. I remember <hes> when we talk about something like that. There's one screening. The last twenty years I really Kinda makes me think about that. Was I saw the whatever the evening show was seven thirty or eight o'clock eight thirty. Whatever after the deal was I saw the Friday evening show at the Chinese theater of the Matrix.
"quentin" Discussed on Quentin Tarantino's Feature Presentation
"Valley Girl Directed By Martha Coolidge Shoe store. I like it stars Nicolas Cage in his first lead role as a Hollywood punk named Randy who falls in love with a girl from the valley but Randy has to get past her snobby sheltered friends Joe. You're turnabout all the parties. What are you being Wilko's like? You'll never be able to go as long as you got randy like don't have parties over there where at the zoo they think Julia should ditch randy and get back together with her jerk valley boyfriend. Tommy played by Michael Bowen who else Zor or the value can touch me. She must be really freaking out. I Love Valley girl and I got to admit I was surprised to hear that Quinton Lives Valley girl to hear the movie screenwriters talking about meeting Quinton one of the first times I met Quentin Tarantino we had dinner and at dinner basically he recited the script <hes> line inverse yeah actually I've only met <hes> went and once at a party years later and I don't know maybe says this to everybody. He meets whatever film it is. I don't know but I chose to believe him. He said Oh man he says you know. Valley girl is my favorite film and another girl. This movie comes <unk> out in nineteen eighty three. You're twenty years old but I was thinking that high school is actually a really long way away for you. This is such a high school movie but you had left high school five years before I had this thought like arm surprise you went to go see valley girl. Wouldn't you feel a little old fritter like it was for kind of a younger group of people than you well. I saw everything you know and and <hes> and in particularly in the eighties you didn't think that way about Highschool Bubis because the people in it where where your age or older for the cages around my age so I'm not thinking Oh that's too who young for me. I could actually play that role where you nick cage type. At the time I think we both kind of shaggy dog kind of guys you know <hes> nothing I was the sexiest him but I mean maybe we will kind of shaggy dog cutting guys <hes> I was actually both me and him of our she thought we'd be good brothers in a movie at some point <hes> but the thing is that you should make the happened. We've always talked. We've talked about acting. It's more.
"quentin" Discussed on Datebook
"Welcome MIC and Rob Hi. It's going to be going yeah doing well Quentin Tarantino Day. I can't wait to see this film. <hes> I'm going to start with a Quentin Tarantino question because that's the bulk of this episode might be two different questions..
"quentin" Discussed on Why Sports Matter
"Getting. Soon he'll reenter free society one of the seven hundred thousand inmates leaving prison in returning to our communities this year, the baseball team at ten Quentin is a fascinating experiment in prison reform and programs like it have achieved significant reduction in reincarceration, but it's not a cure-all, nor is it currently available to the great majority of men and women in American prisons for John though, to means everything person that you won't be type of person that you can teach community. So. You want me to be better? Or you want me to stay as between ninety and ninety five percent. We turn to your local community. Again. You can't incarcerate your way out of this problem. You have to recognize that eventually they will be back in your community. And you have to think about then what do you want that to look like and baseball is way of hearing. We heard people because he was so he wants to stain it hurt and continue to get out of the people feel that way. Become a bag ninety one comebacks. What do you want returning to your community? Baseball makes me. Why swertz matter is a religion of sports and cadence thirteen production. Adam Schloss men is our producer Brandon's need, our writer music is from Michael Kramer, Chris basil enrich burder our editors and Kevin Richter are engine near a meet son Crin is the executive producer Luciano delve lar- NGO eleven are associate producers special. Thanks to Chris Corcoran. Rich cook, Matt h-have, Sean cherry, Giselle parrots, Eric drew Carey, Nelson and Parker Reese credit to PBS NewsHour for several of the clips used in this episode. Subscribe to apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. And if you enjoyed this episode and know some friends that main job as well, please share with them. And of course, we'd be very grateful for positive review and reading. Thanks for listening CNN week.
"quentin" Discussed on Why Sports Matter
"It's gonna be a frightening experience, very traumatic for a lot of people, and it's not unusual to have somebody say I've been here. Five six years. Have just starting to be canned to relax a little bit. Just my last time there just a couple of weeks ago. Guy was telling me, I finally think I'm judging I'm not scared to death all the time. I could finally sleep. I can finally walk around and feel. Okay. Well, good. Some people say let them feel fear, but the be punished many might not react well to hearing inmates John wind ham a man convicted of aiding and abetting murder calling the baseball team, blessing and joy saying the baseball makes him feel free. It was an elderly lady in our church who has a caregiver and this curb ever took her to church, and we always have breakfast at first and she was with us at the breakfast table. This young woman came up that her husband had been killed by someone who is now at Saint Quentin and the conversation moved to well. Several of us at that table were involved in ministries at San Quentin prison, and she said, I don't like those programs that guy that killed my husband. He needs to rot personally. I support progressive prison reform, but if I lost my wife because Saint Quentin inmate murdered her I probably want her killer to rot to do prisoners deserve to play baseball Adamus. John wind him that question when John called him from prison this summer and the night before his parole hearing, what would you say to someone that came up to you? And when I think of people in prison, I don't want them having that experience because you know, I want them to be punished. How do you deal with people who would say like, I don't think you deserve baseball. I stayed in baseball. I I wouldn't be the type of person shoes. Very visi. Do you want me to stay the person that you won't? Persian that you can t. Right. So you can't have a weight you won't meet to just to be better. Or you won't meet your stay as I was. I am baseball is a way of hearing. We heard people because he was so you wanna sustain it hurt hurting continue to get out of the people feel that way 'cause we come back ninety people in prisons comeback. Skew. And what do you want returning to commute ninety percent of inmates return to free society? Is that right? I wasn't so sure so I asked Lois Davis an expert on prison reform at the world renowned think-tank the RAND Corporation is really focused on the intersection between public health and the criminal Justice system, regardless of whether or not you're supportive rehabilitation. The the key thing to remember is that over ninety percent of the will eventually return home. They'll come back to your local community we have over two million people currently incarcerated the United States in state and federal prisons. So that doesn't include jails and of those about seven hundred thousand returned to the community each year within three years we typically save between thirty to forty percent. We'll be reincarcerated. So that is the the scope of the problem that we're dealing with. The question is do you want them to sit in their cell and just serve time. Not really doing anything to be able to better themselves. What kind of men and women? Do we want? Turning to our communities when they get out of prison and win they're out. What are the factors that lead them to reaffimed, Lois is studied these questions and come to some pretty dramatic evidence based conclusions that programs such as the sin Quenton baseball team have a dramatic impact. In addition to sports programs sin. Quentin also offers qualified inmates many other educational programs.
"quentin" Discussed on Quentin Tarantino's Feature Presentation
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If you listen closely <Speech_Female> you can hear a snatch <Speech_Female> of the psycho theme song <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> Happy Halloween <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Music> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> the whole <Speech_Female> full Aji about <Speech_Female> Michael and they say <Speech_Female> it over and over and <Speech_Female> over in the film. <Speech_Female> Why doesn't he di? <Speech_Female> Why does he keep <Speech_Female> coming back? <Speech_Female> Why count <Speech_Female> we him off? <Speech_Female> That's the question <Speech_Female> we usually <SpeakerChange> talk about <Speech_Female> why I can't Michael <Speech_Female> die <Speech_Female> but there's never going to <Speech_Female> be a good answer to that you <Speech_Female> know as a human as <Speech_Female> the devil is an <Speech_Female> evil Irish spirit. <Speech_Female> We don't know <Speech_Female> and we will never know <Speech_Female> but <Speech_Female> he's not the only <Speech_Female> immortal <SpeakerChange> that's <Speech_Female> a little ironic <Speech_Female> but the same actually <Speech_Female> applies to Laurie <Speech_Female> I mean to me me. The most important <Speech_Female> thing about Jamie Lee <Speech_Female> Curtis in the Halloween <Speech_Female> films is <Speech_Female> that she keeps coming <Speech_Female> back mccague's coming <Speech_Female> back but Sodas Lori <Speech_Female> she dies so many <Speech_Female> times because <Speech_Female> one <Speech_Female> of the most joyful things <Speech_Female> about slasher is <Speech_Female> it doesn't really care <Speech_Female> about overarching <Speech_Female> narrative <Speech_Female> so forget <Speech_Female> asking <SpeakerChange> why Michael <Speech_Female> can't die <Speech_Female> the better question <Speech_Female> is why can't Laurie <Speech_Female> strode die <Speech_Female> and the answer <Speech_Female> I think is because of <Speech_Female> us because the <Speech_Female> most important of Halloween <Speech_Female> isn't Michael's mask <Speech_Female> or his knife. <Speech_Female> It's how much we love <Speech_Female> her. <SpeakerChange> I've had <Speech_Female> myriad careers <Speech_Female> and phrase two <Speech_Female> kids and I've been married <Speech_Female> a long time <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Male> yet you <Speech_Female> know Laurie Strode <Speech_Female> will always <Speech_Female> be <SpeakerChange> this <Speech_Female> beautiful <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> girl <Speech_Female> that I <Speech_Female> will <Speech_Female> be known for <Speech_Female> and known <SpeakerChange> as <Speech_Female> now now that Jamie <Speech_Female> Lee isn't such an uncertain <Speech_Female> teenager when she watches <Speech_Female> Halloween she <Speech_Female> sees how beautiful she <Speech_Female> really was <Silence> and even so <Speech_Female> she's still also sees <Speech_Female> the movies flaws like <Speech_Female> why does Larry <Speech_Female> through the knife away after stabbing <Speech_Female> Michael and <Speech_Female> also if you pay attention <Speech_Female> to this scene where Lori <Speech_Female> Wanders home after <Speech_Female> spotting Michael in the bushes <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> instead <SpeakerChange> of looking <Speech_Female> scared she accidentally <Speech_Female> almost laughs <Speech_Female> and then she quickly <Speech_Female> covers a smile <Speech_Female> and those teeth that she still <Speech_Female> didn't want people to <Speech_Female> see <SpeakerChange> excuse <Speech_Male> me <Speech_Male> Mr Bracco. <Speech_Male> I didn't mean to startle <Speech_Male> yeah all <Speech_Male> right <Speech_Male> SONAWANE. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Everyone's entitled one <Speech_Music_Male> good scare. <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> They <Speech_Music_Female> are <Advertisement> many <Speech_Music_Female> good scares <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> and many <Advertisement> many <Speech_Female> many more bad scares <Speech_Female> because <Advertisement> in the next <Speech_Music_Female> episode <Advertisement> of Hollywood <Speech_Music_Female> unmasked. We're <Speech_Music_Female> GONNA take a closer look <Speech_Female> at all of <Advertisement> those Halloween <Speech_Female> copycats in the slasher <Speech_Music_Female> trend <Advertisement> that's growing <Speech_Music_Female> up in the week <Advertisement> of Michael Myers <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> in <Speech_Music_Female> then. <Advertisement> We'll look at how <Speech_Music_Female> the Halloween <Advertisement> Franchise itself <Speech_Female> mutated <Speech_Music_Female> in response to these <Speech_Music_Female> copycats especially <Speech_Music_Female> after <Speech_Music_Female> Campbell made <Advertisement> fun of bad <Speech_Music_Female> slasher <Advertisement> movies in <Speech_Music_Female> scream. <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> She's <Advertisement> not entirely <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> wrong <Speech_Music_Female> but what <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> I'll at Laurie <Advertisement> strode have <Speech_Music_Female> the last word <SpeakerChange> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> fair enough <Speech_Music_Female> are <Advertisement> slasher movie. <Speech_Music_Female> Marathon starts in episode <Speech_Music_Female> five <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> till then <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> Halloween <SpeakerChange> Unmasked is <Speech_Music_Female> a co production <Advertisement> of the ringer <Speech_Female> and Neon <Advertisement> home media. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> It was written <Speech_Music_Female> and hosted <Advertisement> by me Amy <Speech_Music_Female> Nicholson. <Advertisement>
"quentin" Discussed on Life of the Law
"It has to do with why we do what we do why we do the work in san quentin some people might just have that fundamental question and i certainly have had this discussion with friends and family quite simply i believe that the work that we do here at life of the law and with podcasting in general the sort of medium that we're contributing to um has the possibility of enriching people's lives and i believe that going into san quentin and working with inmates on stories giving them a experience that they would not necessarily have without us he's a very valid way of spending my time professionally he comes down to uh sharing with men inside my experience and being able to relate to men died police in in the majority of other contacts would not be able to it comes down to that that i believe in this work and i believe that what we do is important today that work continues subsequently i became more involved with life of the law and now i'm going into san quentin regularly helping produce a couple of stories with a few of the inmates on that will be airing in this coming year so i wanted to thank you guys also for a great year with life of the law we experimented of its and stuff this year namely the in studios some of you have heard my voice in that context and this is a good time to mention that we will probably be doing little bit more of that in the coming year a changing up our format um and we love to hear from you guys we would love to know what you guys think of how we're doing things whether you just totally hayden for us to do that to continue with our our our more formal sort of uh approach to to each episode um but at we're hoping that you do like them and that you will give us your feedback so thank you very much have a happy holiday happy happy new year and we'll see you in 2018 thank you.