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NASA's Orion capsule enters far-flung orbit around moon

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 14 hrs ago

NASA's Orion capsule enters far-flung orbit around moon

"NASA's Orion capsules now circling the moon in an orbit stretching tens of thousands of miles. The unmanned space capsule and three tests dummies entered lunar orbit more than a week after launch and are now about halfway through the test flight, Orion is shooting for a maximum distance from the earth of almost 270,000 miles, which will be a new record. Artemis rocket mission manager Mike seraphin earlier this week. I will simply say that the results were eye watering. The rocket performed and or exceeded expectations. Orion will remain in a broad but stable orbit for nearly a week, completing just a half lap around the moon before heading home. This is considered a dress rehearsal for a potential lunar landing with astronauts by 2025. I'm Jackie Quinn.

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Analyst on Vatican court weighing fraud case

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00:55 sec | 1 d ago

Analyst on Vatican court weighing fraud case

"A Vatican tribunal weighing a financial fraud case heard from an unusual witness. The voice of Pope Francis in a secret recording. The broadcast of Pope Francis own voice in the courtroom marked a new chapter in a trial that's already seen plenty of twists and turns. The conversation was within accused cardinal. Over the Holy See's payments to free a nun held hostage by militants, author and Vatican analyst Marco politi calls this trial a mess. Now we don't know whether the Pope has to come as witness. In front of the court, which would be unbelievable. He says. The power struggles within the church have become reckless. There is no more respect for the high authority of the Pope. Vatican judges are trying to determine who, if anyone is criminally responsible. For losing tens of millions of Euros in Vatican assets. I'm Jackie Quinn

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After a year, omicron still driving COVID surges and worries

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00:46 sec | 1 d ago

After a year, omicron still driving COVID surges and worries

"COVID-19 cases are on the rise again in the U.S. and health officials are worrying about new waves of infections after Thanksgiving gatherings. It's been a year now since the omicron variant of COVID-19 was identified and again its jeopardizing the nation's health. The Mayo Clinic says cases are increasing already in Florida, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico. And that's before holiday gatherings. The daily average for new infections this week is already over 39,000 and some 340 patients are still dying every day. A hospital in Phoenix is again creating COVID wards. One factor being mentioned, people are no longer masking up, and interest in booster shots has faded. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Native Americans observe National Day of Mourning

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00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Native Americans observe National Day of Mourning

"An annual protest has been held in Plymouth, Massachusetts, where Native Americans decried the arrival of the pilgrims in 1620. The United American Indians of New England had declared Thanksgiving Day to be a national day of mourning. Members of the wampanoag tribe mourn the arrival of the colonists accusing them of bringing illness, racism and oppression to Native American people. This is kisha James. When people celebrate the myth of Thanksgiving, they are not only erasing our genocide, but also celebrating it. The group is calling for better policies to protect Native Americans and land restitution. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Biden brings Thanksgiving pies to Nantucket first responders

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01:06 min | 2 d ago

Biden brings Thanksgiving pies to Nantucket first responders

"President Biden vacationing in Nantucket for the Thanksgiving holiday, spoke out against a recent spate of mass shootings in the country and calls on Congress to do more to limit assault weapons. 6 people killed in a southeast Virginia Walmart 5 dead in Colorado Springs in just a week and President Biden says more must be done to prevent these killings from taking place. The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick. It's just sick. He tells reporters he'll take it to Congress, even though the sessions almost over and Democrats soon lose control of the House. Meanwhile, the president reached out to the owners of club Q in Colorado Springs, offering support and condolences, while a worker at the Virginia Walmart, whose life was spared, says she doesn't think the victims were randomly chosen. He was going hunting. He was looking, he was picking people out. Jesse will chesky on the job just 5 days, says the gunman who apparently killed himself aimed at her and then told her to run. I'm Jackie Quinn

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How cooking food and gathering for feasts made us human

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00:50 sec | 5 d ago

How cooking food and gathering for feasts made us human

"If you're preparing a Thanksgiving feast this week you might be glad to know that the act of cooking makes you part of a long line in human history A recent study finds a discovery in Israel of what appears to be some roasted fish specifically carp helps date the discovery of fire for food to at least 780,000 years back And some scientists estimate our early human cousins may have been using fire to cook their food almost 2 million years ago Anthropologists say discovering the cooking of food was a big change helping to fuel our evolution and giving humans bigger brains Down the line cooking became the centerpiece of feasting rituals that brought communities together The new studies published in the journal nature ecology and evolution I'm Jackie Quinn

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Elon Musk's Twitter reinstates Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

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00:50 sec | 5 d ago

Elon Musk's Twitter reinstates Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

"A Georgia congresswoman known for repeating conspiracy theories is now allowed back on Twitter The new owner of Twitter Elon Musk is reinstated the personal account of Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene She had been banned in January for posting misinformation about COVID-19 Last month she criticized traditional media Assassinated my character to the American people Twitter's also just reinstated former president Donald Trump but Elon Musk says one person who won't be allowed back is conspiracy theorist Alex Jones who called the sandy hook school massacre a hoax Musk says his firstborn child died in his arms and he has no mercy for anyone who would quote use the deaths of children for gain politics or fame I'm Jackie Quinn

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Musk restores Trump's Twitter account after online poll

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00:48 sec | 6 d ago

Musk restores Trump's Twitter account after online poll

"Donald Trump's account is back on Twitter Twitter's new owner Elon Musk says he took a poll a nearly 52% of those responding said Donald Trump's account should be reinstated Musk says the people have spoken and the account was restored with some 60,000 old tweets Trump was banned by the previous executives after the insurrection at the U.S. capitol in 2021 for spreading falsehoods on the site like this We had a very disgraceful election We got many millions of votes more than we had in 2016 as you all know And the result was a disgrace in my opinion Absolute sham that was Trump online Saturday addressing a Republican Jewish forum since he was banned from Twitter Trump has been using his own social media site called truth social I'm Jackie Quinn

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 Tesla recalls 300K vehicles over taillight software glitch

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00:30 sec | Last week

Tesla recalls 300K vehicles over taillight software glitch

"Tesla has announced a recall on thousands of vehicles because of a taillight malfunction The vehicles involved are 2023 model three sedans and model Y SUVs years 2020 to 2023 The problem is a software glitch that can make the tail lights go off intermittently which raises the risk of a crash The automaker says it's releasing an online software update that will fix the problem Owners should be notified in writing starting in mid January I'm Jackie Quinn

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Election certification avoiding chaos, except in Arizona

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00:52 sec | Last week

Election certification avoiding chaos, except in Arizona

"Now that the midterm ballots have been cast the certifications appear to be going smoothly so far although there are exceptions in Arizona The vote certification so far have been orderly even in places where there have been suspicions about election fairness all 17 counties in Nevada certified their results despite earlier accusations of election conspiracies and an effort to eliminate voting machines altogether It's the same story in New Mexico despite months of pressure on election officials But in Arizona's cochise county the two Republicans in control delayed their certification this week After hearing from conspiracy theorists who say the vote counting machines are not certified even though the state elections director says that claim is false Also in Arizona gubernatorial candidate Carrie Lake who lost her election is refusing to concede I'm Jackie Quinn

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Pfizer booster spurs immune response to new omicron subtypes

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00:52 sec | Last week

Pfizer booster spurs immune response to new omicron subtypes

"Pfizer says it's updated COVID-19 booster shot may offer some protection against new mutations of the omicron variant The original vaccine had been tweaked to address the omicron variants and the dominant one at the time was be a 5 While this new shot does produce an immune response for that variant it appears it can also target four additional omicron subtypes including the worrisome BQ one one a 9 fold increase in antibodies against that variant compared to only a twofold increase from the original shot but more studies are needed and this data released by Pfizer has not been peer reviewed Moderna also recently announced early evidence its updated booster induced antibodies against BQ one one now responsible for some 24% of COVID cases I'm Jackie Quinn

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Fed official suggests substantial rate hikes may be needed

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00:50 sec | Last week

Fed official suggests substantial rate hikes may be needed

"Stock started the day in a sour note after indications the Federal Reserve may need to raise interest rates much higher than had been expected The fed has been raising rates aggressively trying to tame inflation by applying the brakes to the economy and now James bullard who leads the Federal Reserve bank of St. Louis is suggesting its short term rate may have to go as high as 5 6 or 7% to really put a dent in these stubborn inflationary conditions The fed has already raised the rate to around 4% economic reports are showing inflation starting to ease somewhat but consumer spending and a very strong jobs market are keeping it hot The fed is likely to get more aggressive making borrowing more costly and further heightening the risk of recession I'm Jackie Quinn

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40 states settle Google location-tracking charges for $392M

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00:59 sec | Last week

40 states settle Google location-tracking charges for $392M

"Even though Google's reached a nearly $400 million settlement with 40 states over location tracking legal experts are still warning users to check their devices Legal experts are calling this the largest multi state settlement in U.S. history surrounding privacy issues Google agreeing to pay out some $391 million After an AP investigation confirmed by Princeton researchers found that Google's services continue to store users data location Even when they opted out Connecticut's attorney general William Tong says consumers need to go even deeper He says do a personal inventory of your online settings and shut off those you don't want While understanding that you're being tracked every minute of every day Location tracking can help tech companies sell digital ads to marketers looking to connect with customers in their area I'm Jackie Quinn

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Another court blocks Biden's student loan forgiveness plan

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00:49 sec | Last week

Another court blocks Biden's student loan forgiveness plan

"There's been another legal setback for President Biden's plan to forgive student loan debt for millions of borrowers A three judge panel with the 8th circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to keep in place a preliminary injunction that blocks the loan forgiveness program while the appeal process continues in court This comes just days after a federal judge in Texas also blocked the program saying it couldn't be done without congressional authority One of the plaintiffs Nebraska's Republican attorney general says this latest ruling recognizes that the attempt to forgive more than $400 billion in student loan debt threatens serious harm to the economy the Biden administration appealed the Texas court ruling and is expected to appeal this new one from a St. Louis court as well Jackie Quinn

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Biden on Democrats keeping control of the Senate

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00:56 sec | Last week

Biden on Democrats keeping control of the Senate

"President Biden says he's looking forward to the next session of Congress After Democrats kept control of the Senate and held on to many contested seats in the House Democrats have the 50 votes they need in the Senate and the Georgia runoff election next month could make it 51 President Biden says he's hearing pundits back away from the influence of Donald Trump Donald Trump has done his reveal who the Republican Party is Republican senator Bill Cassidy on NBC's meet the press says Trump's candidates didn't fare that well For not a cult we're not like okay there's one person who leads our party House speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats did better than expected because they focused on helping Americans She was asked if she'll seek the top spot again If Democrats do keep control of the House I'm not making any comments until this election is finished She appeared on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos Jackie Quinn Washington

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Democrats keep Senate majority as GOP push falters in Nevada

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00:58 sec | Last week

Democrats keep Senate majority as GOP push falters in Nevada

"Democrats have been able to keep control of the U.S. Senate but it's still a toss up on whether the House of Representatives will flip from blue to red It's nearly a week since the polls closed and yet a number of close races for congressional seats keep the balance of power undetermined House speaker Nancy Pelosi on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos says regardless of the outcome Democrats didn't get shoved out as many pundits had predicted because of their message to voters People over politics lower cost bigger paychecks safer communities Republican senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana suggests that Donald Trump was the reason the Senate didn't flip Those who were most closely aligned with the former president did underperformed On NBC's meet the press Cassidy says the two parties have to work together and pass meaningful legislation that helps Americans not politicians Jackie Quinn Washington

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Applications for student loan forgiveness no longer accepted

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00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Applications for student loan forgiveness no longer accepted

"The Biden administration is no longer accepting applications for student loan forgiveness now that a second federal court has blocked the program The U.S. Department of Education says it is working to overturn the court orders but at this time it can not take new applications 26 million people have applied But none of the relief can now be implemented Thursday a federal judge in Texas ruled President Biden overstepped his authority by offering loan forgiveness without congressional approval The 8th circuit Court of Appeals also issued an injunction in a case brought on by 6 GOP led states The debt forgiveness plan would cancel up to $20,000 in student loan debt for those who make less than $125,000 a year Jackie Quinn Washington

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Twitter drama too much? Mastodon, others emerge as options

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00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Twitter drama too much? Mastodon, others emerge as options

"With all the upheaval at Twitter after Elon Musk took over industry experts are providing suggestions for alternative social media sites As Elon Musk takes dramatic steps to overhaul Twitter prompting many subscribers to exit Mastodon has emerged as a FrontRunner among those ready to fly away from the Bluebird platform They're not tweets unmasked on their toots and it operates as a decentralized social network made up of independent servers that are able to connect Clubhouse is another It's an audio only app that lets you start or listen in on conversations about things like tech pro sports parenting and black literature tumblr and media are also options And also note that Gabor Shelley a Twitter and Google veteran has been working on an improved version of Twitter which might include text and TikTok style videos I Jackie Quinn

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"quinn" Discussed on NFL Live

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08:15 min | Last month

"quinn" Discussed on NFL Live

"Time right tackle rookie doesn't have anybody to block. Right. There's multiple clips of that on tape by Gino Smith Geno. Shout out to you for committing to be a part of the run game. He's getting to progressions. There's a reason why he leads the NFL in completion percentage. The reason why no matter manner zone he's gotten it, there's a reason why he's top 5 in passing and a bunch of categories. Because all the little things in the details matter to Gino's. We fetishize these things like arm strength and big time throws. And those things matter, no doubt, right? But the small things, add it up over the course of the game, help your team win. Do you know certainly doing that from do you know to another quarterback? To a tumble by Lola made his return to the lineup after a multi week absence while in concussion protocol, the dolphins got a win in week 7 over the Steelers to it through an opening drive. Touchdown completed 60% of his 35 total passes, and here is to an earlier today on his running style, of course, a big topic of conversation. Obviously had my coaches telling me we don't ever want you to do this. Obviously, I get that coming off of the injury and the concussion. But to me, it's football. For me, I can see the first down in instances and you don't want to do all that. I can to go and get it. And I'm going to tell you, you know, got a slide, I got to do all of that, but instinctively, it's like a weird competitive thing. Jeff Arlington back and you heard about what tua had to say about his aggressive play. What more can you add to that? Right, Mike mcdaniel himself said, I'm never going to totally encourage that at all. I'm probably going to advise them to slide every time, but when push comes to shove and a guy has the ball in his hands, it's going to be tough to get him to completely turn it down, although I will try. One other point on that talking to some people behind the scenes, the problem with the situation with two is not that he, by the way, he needed 7 yards in one of those runs. He needed 8. And the problem isn't that he failed the problem is if it's that close, if it's that close where it's not obvious he's even going to get it, that's where the coaches want to recognize either throw it away, hunt it and live to see another day or make sure that it is clear that you're going to get that first down and get down. That's the one thing dolphins coaches want to say. Body preservation and important thing for a quarterback key. You also didn't like how much tool was taking off and running on Sunday just in general. Tell me more about your thoughts. We seen the Miami Dolphins without tour. We've seen a Miami Dolphins went to it. If this is the team that has a desire to make a strong play, pushing the playoffs, he can not do that. There's three things that I need him to do. And if I was on his team, I'd tell him. Take your butt out of bounds to the right. Take your butt out of bounds to the left or slide down with your feet immediately. You don't need to be a hero. I understand. It's instincts. We all have them as football players. We want to do more. We want to help our team, but you're not helping your team if you in the tub, you can not help the club. Can't make the club can't help the club from the tub. What if you were a global energy company with operations in Scotland, technologists in India and customers all on different systems. You need to pull it together. So you call in IBM and Red Hat to create an open hybrid cloud platform. Now data is available anywhere securely, and your digital transformation is helping find new ways to unlock energy around the world. Let's create a hybrid cloud that can change an industry. IBM, let's create, learn more at IBM dot com so Lamar Jackson got off to a great start against the blitz this season. He had a 99 QBR in his first three games. That's better great. For the past four games, different story, as his QBR has plummeted in just 23 while completing less than half of his passage when opponents bring extra rushers. And tomorrow is going to face a Todd Bowles defense that loves to bring pressure. It blitz on opponents to be blitzing on 32% of their opponent drop backs. Dan, we see those numbers. How do you think the Raven should attack the bucks tomorrow to counter those potential blitzes? Potential blitzes are. I mean, we've got this defense with my run game. The reality is Baltimore. That's you. This is a very simple mindset on a short week. We are one of the best running offenses in football. We averaged 3.8 yards per carry before we get hit. And you know what's happened a lot against Baltimore recently as teams are pressuring their open side. What I mean by open is there's no tight end there. It's just the offensive tackle. And they're trying to close everything down. Be ready for that and gut it. Shut it down when they stunt, you shut it down. Let's get downhill. Challenge this Tampa Bay defense that was awful last week with their discipline and their rush integrity or excuse me, their gap integrity and their run game. See if they fixed it on a three day week, a four day week, because I don't practice they can, right? Don't make this pressure situation about Lamar, run it right down their throats. Brother, you are preaching to the choir. Listen, man, it is, it is so abnormal to see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive front, play this bad, poor communication, like you said, Dan. And a lot of times when we speak from it from a defensive context, guys just trying to do too much. Instead of responsibility and allowing to play the develop in front of your eyes as a defense. Well, you get this, like you said, you get this run team and your Wheelhouse, but not only that, the threat of PJ walker from the Carolina Panthers last week caused a lot of problems. It was his own reason. For the Tampa Bay Buccaneers because of his athleticism. Welcome me and Lamar Jackson. Okay? Dan, I do believe this though. There will be times in this game because me knowing to our bowls and I believe between Levante David and Devin white, there is a pride factor that's going to sit in. Lamar is going to have to hit some downfield. And it's going to have to be duvernay. It's going to have to be Bateman and Andrews. He is going to have to make a few explosive throws in this game. I just refuse to believe Tampa going allow themselves to get crushed in the run game. All four quarters. Yeah, you know what smack, you're right about pushing the ball downfield here and there because it's going to be some nosy people in the secondary creeping up those linebackers are going to be creeping up because if you gassed them like Dan and sandy, you're running the ball efficiently and you're doing the things that you're capable of doing. You gonna have some over the top opportunity with all that said though, you gotta close them out. Can't let them hang around and you can't blow leads late in the fourth quarter. You give the ball away. You can't do that. Because if you do that, you're going home with a L. By the way, keep an eye on Mark Andrews status for tomorrow night. That's not an injury to be ignored their star tight end, not practicing so far this week. We know that he was not practicing for much of last week. He did end up playing, keep an eye on that one for tomorrow night because as far as they're passing game goes, that's it, right? He's the only guy that scares you if you're a baby face. Go ahead. Yeah. To your point, he was only targeted twice, and we know that's because of injury. With the game in this last game. My fantasy team certainly agrees that you swag goo. So keep in mind whether Mark Andrews is available tomorrow night. Time now for one more thing to close the show and Russell Wilson had this to say about his flight over to London and how he made use of the 8 hours. Was it 8 hours of flight here? That's the first two hours I was watching the film, getting watching all the cut ups and everything else. And then for the next four hours, I was doing treatment on the plane. I was walking up and down the aisles. Everybody was knocked out. I was doing high knees and working on my legs and everything else, you know, make sure I'm ready to rock. So that was good. And then the last two hours of the last hour of that, I watched fell asleep for one hour, and I watched the film the rest. So I feel great, ready to roll. You know, super locked in and ready to hopefully get a big win in London. Who wants a first? You wanna Keith? Come on now. I gotta do the fight tomorrow. So that's what I'm saying. Dan, you're not just gonna fly over. Call me nuts. I like sleep. It's good for the soul. NFL live. Let's call me, bro

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"quinn" Discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show

The Jimmy Tingle Show

03:29 min | 3 months ago

"quinn" Discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show

"They thought they wanted political humor, okay? The show I was doing was Jimmy tingle for president. So I got booked in Florida, Texas, Arizona, Southern California, and in Northern California. This isn't the general public. These are corporations and they're there for their company, picnic or whatever. And you're doing their thing. So they're naturally tense anyway. And inhibited in terms of like you said, the HR department of the CEOs there or their boss, so I'm doing my thing. And this is how I learned about the certain words, how you can just alienate a whole crowd. So I inadvertently was not doing as well on stage as I could do. That's as simple as that. But I could feel a tenseness and the audience recoiling from what I was saying. And every gig I'm saying jeez, what am I doing wrong? And I finally got up to Bakersfield, California. I was actually in Kevin McCarthy's district. And he's a guy from the Republican minority leader of the house right now. Anyway, I'm in his district, and they're all ranches. I said to the woman who picked me up at the station, I said, how is this audience? How are they demographically? I'm thinking it's 50 50. It's California. She goes, oh, well, heavy Trump country. Very strong Trump guy. I said, really, she goes, yeah, I'm paraphrasing, but she said, this is the largest concentration of Christian schools in the country. Wow. I took that in for I had like three hours before I go on. I go, how am I going to deal with three, 400 ranches? Who are heavily Christian? And what I ended up doing is I did all this personal stuff. Growing up Catholic, trying to quit drinking, using the higher power to help me quit drinking. All these things that were personal that had nothing to do with politics so much. A personal connection to them. By the time I got to immigration, which they support immigration reform, they've all ranches. That's who's doing working on all these farms. Yes. By the time I got to those issues, they could hear me. And they can appreciate where I was coming from. And at the end of it, you know, I don't want to leave my first podcast blowing my own horn, call it. But by the end of the show, there was a standing ovation. That's all I'm gonna say. I love it. I love it. Yes. The personal story can go a long way, even though the material on the outside might seem very, very political. And when you're coming from, you won't experience then it can just resonate with people more so than just the punditry. Absolutely. Absolutely. Cool. So Colin, I'm looking forward to seeing your show this Thursday night in Boston, January 13th, folks. If you are in another state and I hope you are listening or another city, the show, the last best hope, starring Colin Quinn as traveling, touring the country, go to Colin Quinn dot

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"quinn" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

14:36 min | 3 months ago

"quinn" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Third season, so we've seen the first 6 episodes. We'll be talking about everything up through that. JC, let me start with you. What do you think? When I started watching Harley Quinn, I immediately loved it. And part of it is kind of as you were hinting at Glenn with the clay face, right? The voice acting generally across the board is phenomenal. It's superb. And of course the idea of Harley Quinn stepping out of the shadow of the Joker and kind of becoming her own leader and her relationship with poison ivy, all of it is amazing. It's great. But I think for me, I couldn't help but see it as Batman the animated series all grown up, which is a very good thing in my mind. For in for folks who aren't familiar, as Glenn mentioned, Batman the animated series is where Harley Quinn was basically introduced, and it was a show that ran from about 92 to 95. And for a lot of late 80s and 90s kids, it was kind of the proper Batman. Like certainly for me, it was like, I feel like I was a little too young, like during that time for the Tim Burton films. And I think that this show, Harley Quinn, really taps into that nostalgia. It kind of replicates the darkness of that show into some degree the animation style. Like you can kind of see similarities between their two face, the way it's animated, they're mister freeze, Joker. But it's also way more adult and it has a lot more depth. So like double entendres and sex jokes are aplenty in the show, but also the human drama is real, right? There's breakups and talk of power dynamics and sexual tension, so it's a lot more complex and I would argue that at its core, this is a show without any heroes or villains in the traditional sense, but rather this is a show with anti heroes and their foils. So like Harley is the main anti hero, and you get to see how she's not at all like Batman. They see the world differently. They approach the world differently, but she's also completely and wholly different from the Joker who she used to be attached to. So I think that it takes what really worked about Batman the animated series and what worked about Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. And it says, what if we use all of this? What if we use this and just other things from the DC Universe to make a story? And I think it does it really well. I'm kind of at the point in my media watching experience where I'm just over superhero anything, which is really sad to me because, you know, like JC, I kind of grew up on these D.C. superhero shows. Like for me, Teen Titans was instrumental. I was a big fan of young justice, which is also on HBO Max these days for the first two seasons. And in high school, I was really into the comics before the new 52 K around and kind of reset everything. But for me, I've always been a D.C. fan over a marvel fan because of the way that they flesh out the women in their series. And kind of the way women are allowed to be heroes and villains, and sometimes neither. And also the way that they let their characters be queer. I mean, Harley is like one of those instrumental queer couples in comics. And, you know, I was willing to give this series a try because I'd heard great things and also because the soft spot I have for the Gotham City siren, which is catwoman, Harley Quinn poison ivy. Oh yeah. And what's great about this show is that this is not a mass market superhero show. And it's all the better for it. It's not interested in holding your hand and introducing these characters to you if you don't know them. It assumes that you know the lore and you're interested in seeing it furthered and I think the character work is so great. I think anybody who knows their DC Comics kind of finds Batman and Joker to be the least interesting people running around Gotham. And so to that end, I'm so thrilled to see all of these D listers like, I think secretly bane is my favorite character. In this show, which is like, what a wild card there in the season, there's this great running joke about a pasta maker. What the hell are you doing here, bane? Very expensive pasta maker for the day. This goes to keep the gift. Yeah, I think I'm just so over superhero shows taking themselves super seriously and I don't want realism from superheroes. I want the silly fight sequences I want powers. I want shenanigans and I think this show is just such a blast because the serious stuff is just like the Gritty mundane details of adult life. Yeah. So this is like a ten out of ten smash for me. That's great to hear. And you said the magic word which is further, which is something with a lot of even comic superhero stuff doesn't really seem interested in doing. I did check this show out first thing early on. Where I think in maybe in the early going, it was still trying to define itself by overcompensating by saying what it isn't. Clearly they wanted you to know it's not for kids. This isn't corny the first minutes of the first episode of season one is this bloodbath on a yacht. That also plays off joker's abuse of Harley for laughs, which, as we've mentioned, it's baked into the character, but yuck. So on the surface, I just thought, okay, this isn't my tempo because I was lumping it in with the cynical nihilistic glib and smarmy school of Deadpool and peacemaker and Suicide Squad, but those properties are lazier. They rely on attitude, which is super. Pretty ridiculous, right? Which is not a joke. It's barely an observation. Here, though, there are solid jokes hard, good, well crafted jokes. And the joke density is often 30 rock level, like in terms of JPM, jokes per minute. It's very difficult to achieve, very difficult to maintain, and before I knew it, I was falling in love with these characters who were depicted in a kind of proprietary, almost artisanal way unique to this series. They're not generic. You couldn't pick any of these characters up and place them anywhere else. They've been crafted to fit this specific version of the DCU, which doesn't feel like any other version of the DCU. Yeah. One of the things that I just respect about the show is that it's not black and white, right? It doesn't insult our intelligence in that way. It assumes that the audience is critical. It assumes that the audience is smart. It holds on to the humanity of all these characters, while also fully embracing the absurdity, right? Of the entire premise behind superheroes. It doesn't immediately assume that the folks with the capes and the folks with the badges are the good guys. And it taps into kind of a real cynicism of our time, right? So because it doesn't fake any reverence for superheroes. Like, for instance, when I watch a marvel movie or something in The CW Arrowverse, you know, you have villains talking about how angry they are and how fueled by rage they are, and still somehow they managed to make it TV PG, and it's like, I'm supposed to believe that you're going to blow up a school bus full of children, and you won't even drop an F bomb. No, I can't stretch my imagination that far. So Harley Quinn, I think liberates its characters to be who they really would be, and I just really appreciate that. Reverence is such a great word because there is a lot of reverence also for the criminal justice system baked into comic books and this show is like supremely anti copaganda. Yeah. Also, to the extent that there are no heroes, I think there are no smart people either. Like everybody's just kind of an idiot. Yep. And that makes it really great. I think especially the way they treat commissioner Gordon as just this washed up self absorbed man. I ate that up, man. Chris maloney, who voices commissioner Gordon, found something. It's a radically different take on the character we've ever seen, but it also hits at the core of who he is in the comics. There is a sadness, a schlubby Ness to him that is just kind of turned up to 11. And Alan Tudyk just pelt this guy with Emmys and awards because he's perfect. I think the choice of Harvey guillen as nightwing, I really like that performance. I would stipulate that it's more a Tim Drake personification than aimed at grace and precipitation, but that's a question for another day, but let's talk about Belle as poison ivy. Oh man. In this last season, especially, she has really leaned into a naturalism with her dialog. But here's a clip where she's talking to Harley and Torah fries who is mister freeze's widow about a plan to go to New Orleans. It's hard to explain. Is he hot? He's like vines. Swamp thing is so powerful. He could, oh, by the way, he could find Frank through the green, like easy. A couple things. That's Rachel dratch as norah fries. This is such a great voice cast. But that moment where she's like, oh, by the way, it's a level of off handedness and casualness that it typifies the series. Again and again, you see it. Yes. Of course, some of your favorite vocal performances. Yeah, I mean, the clay phase is fantastic. Color me shocked. I'm still out here riding for bane who is really like every single scene he's in. I'm like, get me more bane. The great James adomian is doing bane's voice and he's fantastic. As I said, voice acting, you know, across the board is amazing. I feel the same way Serena feels. But about king shark. Ron funches as king shark. He's one of the highlights of the show for me. It's Ron funches, right? So he's like relatable and unassuming and charming. I'm guessing you're the one having trouble finding a nemesis. Well, we put the profile up and we're not getting any bites. Is that a shark choke? If so, it's very funny. Let's go. I feel like king shark is almost a paternal figure to Harley's group in a way, very Linda belcher, I'm all in for whatever you're doing kind of vibe, just like I'm there. I think that's just one example of how all the voice work is just spot on. Yeah. Now, this show is famously off on its own weird corner of the TCU. And Warner Brothers kind of lets it be for the most part. Do you ever think about how this show fits into any other D.C. properties or are you happy with its being its own weird thing? I'm so happy to see it stand on its own. I think we need less interconnected media properties, you know? I don't think this needs a spin off. I don't think it needs to tie back in to anything else. It's doing great on its own because it has its own lane to drive in. I think if you connect that road to a highway, even one is fun as the Harley Quinn highway, you know, I think that's the road to disaster. Yeah, no, I agree. I think one of the things that it does and it does really smartly is that it uses the scraps. It uses actual characters from the DC Universe that are absurd. Maybe they were one offs or a short lived or not main characters and not household names. And Harley quin is like making this stew, making this gumbo, and it's like, you're just throwing that out, you're throwing that character out. No, I can totally use that. So it finds a place for someone like kite man or the Queen of fables or calendar man who's like in some ways a running joke in different things. And it's just like the creators of the show are saying, wait, this character makes no sense? Of course it makes no sense. None of this makes sense. So let's just have some fun. Let's just make a show. Oh, Jesse, that's exactly it. Because look, kite man is ridiculous, isn't the punchline of the joke. Here it's the premise of the joke. You take the trouble of fully imagining a world in which kite man is a thing. You give kite man a personality that reflects that his thing is gliding. And from there, that gives you access to so many different kinds of jokes as opposed to leaving it this power sucks, which isn't even a joke. Anyway, we already mentioned the kind of gray area the show works in Harley Quinn's arc over these three seasons. She's always been an agent of chaos more than malice, even in the comics. But she is taking on an arc now that is closer to the kind of catwoman ally, sometimes ally sometimes anti hero arc. How does that strike you guys? I think I found it interesting the way that her arc is a foil to poison ivy's arc, where the first two seasons poison ivy's very much like I'm not part of the crew. I'm not even really a villain. She's like, I'm just an environmental advocate. If you want to call that villain ring, go right ahead. She's trying to enact one of her first big plans to terraform Gotham. And so it's interesting to me to see the tension built into their relationship from that sense that Harley is moving more towards heroism and I needs moving more towards villain race. So I think I don't really care to see Harley purely in the capital H hero lane. But as their plans intersect and maybe bisect, I found that really compelling territory. And so, you know, I don't mind that Harley's growing some angel wings. The first thing that kind of comes to my mind when you ask that question Glenn is like, that's life, you know? When I think about my own life, you know, there's some moments where I'm like, man, I did that thing. That's not great. You're a bad person for doing that, JC, but then other times I'm like, you know, I'm a real hero. Like today I'm a hero tomorrow I'm a Dylan. That's the way it goes. It makes these characters more than just the sum of their parts. It lets them explore what it means to be human. And on that note, let's speculate on the future of the show. I think it's found its groove and serenity, your point, like hardly an ivy's relationship is at a fascinating point. The show has rapidly become about their relationship. So I want to see more. What do you guys think? Are you fearful? Are you hopeful? I think one of the worst things about Batman and Batman adjacent properties always getting canceled is that the thing I want most about them is the extended bat fam. So now we get nightwing this season. We get batgirl. There's a world in which we get Cassandra Cain, there's a world in which we get huntress. I love all of those B list C list characters, and I want to see more of them. Yeah. I will say that in a sense I'm optimistic because of what we've said of this being kind of on its own. It's less a property and more of a sandbox, right? It's not a place where D.C. or Warner Brothers would build or could build anyway. It's a place to come and play. It's a place for fans to come and say like, oh, what if, but it is, in a sense, something that's just allows these characters to come together and play in a way that hopefully Warner Brothers can just leave it alone and say, you know what? There are people who like this, you know, let's just, let's leave it alone. Let's let them

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

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07:05 min | 1 year ago

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You find that your favorite songs or maybe the songs that are most fulfilling to you that they they come faster almost fully formed versus the ones that you really have to kinda like find your way a little bit more. Not necessarily i will say i get like not even in the studio just my daily life. I'll get this kind of manic creative energy. And i'll hear these melodies in my head and i'll pull my voice memos and try to lay something down and then i'll stop that voice. Meme start a new one report a harmony for that line. I just recorded and i remember. I did this one song That i recorded the whole thing in voice memos at eleven thirty pm the previous night of a morning session and it ended up being a great song I had all these ideas for like strings orchestra part so i was mimicking. Those sounds with my with my voice. And i ended up including them in the track. And just like there are those Energy where is something better than you. And and you lay it down and it turns into something All songs to start with like the bare bones. And i have those moments lot. I just record the bare bones and it becomes something great. So i don't know if that answers your question but that's been my strains. Oh absolutely and i know i know. Faith is a big part of your life. And i was gonna ask you how that comes through in your music but it sounds like you just answered it. I mean those moments of inspiration were just there it is. That's that's kind of words in your mouth but no it's weird man with the faith like i never would have mentioned that i was making this kind of music Like it's it's not straight up christian music but it's not straight pop very much crossover between you with these subtle faith undertones and and i liked that because it's actually really representative of hawaiians person and where i am in my faith journey but if you told me that i'd be making music with any faith undertones. I probably would have been pretty surprised but is weird man. I i went through this really really difficult. Rough patch in my life Before this project hang online. And i needed something to turn to I i needed like something bigger than me to stop where i was at. Take a complete left. Turn and start over It was some health issues. And i did i stopped. I never had an alcohol problem. But i stopped drinking. I haven't had a drink in almost fourteen months. I don't mess around with any drugs or anything. But yeah it's like i went through this verbal rough patch and in their rough patch in the in the midst of it. When i was at my lowest low i started getting these synchronicity or these signals from a higher power I'm super acepted. That stuff you know. I kind of have that creative energy of. But i listened to higher power and call that god if you will like. It just took me down. This left turn that. I was so desperately seeking to make things better and that's like this project came online. That's when i did the christian musical a week away. So is this all always felt very meant to be and when i was doubting god the most that's when i realized like them by god has been leading this the whole time and i'm in the best place i've been in years and i'm stable but yeah i can't deny we'll have to go into detail with intuit another time. That might shock the listener here but it was pretty bad. I was in bed place better. I'm i'm so glad to hear that and also thank you for for sharing that with me and with listeners. I really appreciate your trust and And your music as well. I mean you know. I think that people who are receptive to our music are receptive to all kinds of different energies. To and i. I personally believe that. That's all related in thinking and you said you call it. God call it whatever you want and there's something else that we may be can't necessarily see or touch but it definitely is there. I could not agree with you more and yeah just delicious. Thank you for listening you know. And that's what this whole product is been. It's been me funneling all that energy and all that experience and everything. I went through to turn it into something positive. I what am i. Friends told me after released wildfire. There like you realize you're because i did this ep while back in She said do you realize that out of the cold. That single from the ep that you did was a pretty pretty dark depressing song. In retrospect compared to what the citizen you went from out of the cold to wildfire. That's like that. And that is so representative of the journey that i went through in a nutshell. So that's why like so excited about this. That's coming up. Because it's taking all the stuff that i learned all the really heavy shit and just making something great out of it and i'm so excited for it. You know i love it. Can't wait for folks to hear kevin. This has been a true pleasure. Thank you so much for your time today and your music and just opening yourself up you are the best. I really really appreciate it. Thank you so much. And i'm so grateful that we will add this conversation. I'm stoked so it was great meeting..

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Inside the Studio

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"Folklore. i think is that one. Yeah yeah so. Those two i think aaron deaths ner is a pretty big piece of that project and for me. It's like i love the kind of folk thing that she ventured into with those two albums especially dude. I'm such a big of justin vernon monitor one of my favorite bands of all time. And i'm lucky to be alive to watch them. I saw him at the hollywood bowl. Oh nice so. But the way that she kinda ventured into that sound with them at the helm is is my favorite thing. She's done so far by far. Oh super unexpected. I didn't i guess. I should've maybe expected given her sort of country slightly more folksy beginnings but still did not see that comment after You know lover and everything. That was before the i feel like. That's what a good artists does. She's a great artist now. As like you reinvent yourself. With every album. I mean that's what it should be in my mind Even like justin timberlake man of the woods. Something totally different than what he was doing before So you know like as far as my own personal music. I definitely have an idea of what. I want this first project to be but i already have ideas like what's the software l. Gonna look like was you know what i mean. So i have these ideas in my head that i want to execute but i just got finish reporting the debut album. I doubt how far along are you with that I would say of the songs are written at this point I think we've produced three just about to produce three-year so wildfire is one of them. There's a second single And then i have the surprise. Spanish version wildfire. Which by this point of the podcast being aired on. I think we'll be out by september. Twenty four th whatever. I'm not sure. I think you're catching me. Not knowing what dad actually is today. I think it might be right. I think it might be this friday so slightly before it but but yeah close very close. They have the spanish version wildfire. Look forward to that. And then i was gonna say a third and fourth song. Then we got a record. The rest of the like six or seven there But recording this vantage wildfire was a lot more difficult than i expected. I should just say that for the record. How's that just with with getting the the sounds out of your mouth. That maybe aren't aren't ordinarily something you'd sing or yeah 'cause here's the thing like i'm not fluid fluent i'm more than conversational am but i'm less than fluent so i feel pretty confident when we had this idea to give in the latin american markets. Something they listen to you And we were going to do like portuguese version. And i'm not sure if that chain we'd realized how difficult it was to get the spanish worn done but we recorded it at the capitol tower. A very nice. We had like crazy. Nice mike. We're a sinatra's migrate. Whoa i was super stoked about it. our engineer was like just. You know nauseous. Mike so but it was just like the delivery of the spanish words within the context of the melody was a lot more difficult than i thought it would be because you know when you singing your native language. When i'm singing in english i can hear how melody and pitched and everything. I want in the vocal performance. How it should be in english. Because i hear it back as doing it but with advanced like that element of hearing yourself back in the might refer in headphones wasn't as prominent so. I felt like i was shooting blind a lot of time. That's really interesting. Yeah i don't know how to explain it but overall very pleased without doubt i know the label is pleased. I think the fans are going to be pleased but it was definitely a a more difficult idea to execute. The night is expected. Oh wow i can't wait to hear me all power to ya. It took eight years of french and my teacher used to make me read at the end of class for her amusement because my pronunciation was so bad she was just roll and and of course now totally gave me a complex. I won't you know all the language arts teachers have a steel day with their students. Oh yeah big time relatable man i mean you talk speaking of all the different influences. You have something i wanted to ask you about. I know you have a obviously a very big musical theater background I did musicals in high school. i love it. I miss it every day of the songs that are in musicals. I mean just the songcraft there from people like sondheim and rodgers and hammerstein so impressive and people kind of forget the quality of those songs. What is your background in musical theater. Do for you as songwriter. You think i. that's actually a great question I definitely i never wanted my music to be like you know across line of uncleared you showy and i never wanted to quake crossed that line but at the same time. Anyone who's been musical. You can't deny that by the time you finish watching the musical and you walk out of the theater at least one song stuck in your head. It's like every single musical. Has that song powerful. It's totally powerful. Yeah with biking ensemble bathrooms backing them up. And it's a really is a a produced song onstage happening. Live and i feel like these musical leader. Songwriters are just so good with finding these super catchy melodies But they're also trying to push the bars it'll be like they may throw in a national no surprise you off guard or they may have keychain right. Everyone knows the key change in musical theater in while i've never been so bold as to include a key chains like that yet. Those melody stick with you. You can't tonight. So i i definitely feel like i took some of that from just my experience. The musical theater in finding those super hooky melodies. And if you find a melody and it's not super hoagie and you're not in love with it. Then you better finding new melody. that's how i've always approached it in the in the real thought it was interesting. How the beatles when they started out they didn't have tape recorders and so they were right melodies. That were good enough. I think if we can't remember it the next day a how can we expect fans to you know and it had this built-in sort of system of like well it's gonna be good enough for it to get stuck in our head first and it was just sort of a funny way to like a sort of litmus test their own way to weed out. The ideas weren't that good is so. Did they like if they did have a melody. 'cause i'm always interested in learning more about eagles. I'm not sure if you know a lot about them from a catholic beetle nerd okay. So if they came up with the melody right and they weren't in love with it would they change the melody or would they. Just you know stick with it. You know and you know what i mean like in the early days when they were really just trying to knock out two ish albums a year plus four singles or something like that. They would kind of like okay. Well we don't have that much time. And we're touring on top of all this. We gotta just do it. But then when they stopped touring sixty six. They would kinda massage it more and really like wait for it to be. They wouldn't waste time on something they didn't think was a hundred percent.

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Inside the Studio

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"So interesting to me totally. Yeah it's weird because you don't wanna go too far in one direction on inside. If you're to focused on the theory you can't let the create slow if you're to focus on just writing the song and not focused on any theory than chances. Are you probably won't right. Great song at the end of the session so i i always found. There's like a middle ground between what is proven to sound good based on music theory but then letting the creative energy flow not being to married to any idea. for me it's like in the writing room i just love conversations with my co writers. I feel like that's what spawns all the great ideas is not necessarily looking for the lyrics or the melody. But just conversing with the corridors. In like how was your week or what popped into your head that you know you wanna tell everyone about those kind of things that make a writing session grade because they just become this. They started inorganic idea to become like the passageway to break song in my mind. All totally throw. Reveal the human element comes in from that real interaction. Yeah it's it's such a human. You're absolutely right. It's like i don't even know how you just landed like and if we could all right great songs every song right is a hit then everyone would be a superstar and super successful but we all know how hard to write a good song. It's virtually impossible like if you're lucky you'll get a few a year so and they'll make it on the project that's kind of been my mentality. The jimi hendrix poster. I see behind you. I know you're and what you mentioned earlier. A guy who knows his. Yeah yeah i. i don't even know like hiding. Explain some of his lyrics. Like i mean just has far our mind Once that song no it is bull. Look presente fis colors like that and and so weird because a lot of the song even rhyme. You know it's like. I don't know how he does it. But yet it worked so perfectly. He's always been a inspiration to me. I'll tollway a massively underrated lyricist If you want some of his interviews that he gave in the short time that he was alive. It's so interesting to hear like you said. He is far out like his take on. Everything is just like tall lists slightly different angle than than everyone else around him. Yeah like a wave. Speaking to you know like i feel like a translated into his not only his personality but his songs as well and just for the listener what were referring to is the giant jimi hendrix poster behind my back. And my house. Right here yeah. I have another one in. The living room to humanity has accomplished a whole lot so far we created penicillin the automobile and the internet not to mention drones duct tape and the hot dog. People did that but none of it happens without the power of human connection. That's when possibility happens and ringcentral is here to make it even easier for over twenty years. They've been innovating the way. 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I never stig on it for a long time. Very much have music. Add i realized is brilliantly written. it's brilliantly produced. i've heard it many times But my absolute favorite. I don't know. I don't have like i don't know if i have an absolute favorite album But i do like it are you. I'm a big fan of an image. He would start. All of a songwriting sessions having these long conversations about life and love with his lyricists and i was just made me. Think of what you were saying about how that's where the best songs come from. When you have shared connection that's borne out of a conversation and it's not just sitting down to you. Know right moon in june lyrics that are just kind of fill. Fill the melody but something that actually has some some meaning to the to you. That are making the song. I didn't realize that was his approach so he did have a similar approach of i. Is there any like youtube videos or anything i saw. I can send you some. I'm a huge brian wilson. Nerd i can send you some session tapes and stuff. Yeah i i meant to say earlier. I loved your cover of exile taylor swift's track as a career. I saw on social of beautiful version of that. Yeah it was funny. I would twin sister. And she is obsessed with taylor swift man. I can't even explain it like it's so because of my sister has friends over who are learn aged like spending our debating on which song is better on every single album kinda like might years british because But i would agree with you like that. It's not quite as good as this in both. Who does this who debates like every trag on an album and has an hour long conversation about what they don't like and i i. I never understood that but my twin sister is obsessed and by the transit of property. I've got but i will say out of all the stuff that she's done. My favorite has been This recent the recent album. What is the one with exile on.

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Inside the Studio

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"As in between takes on the set. He was writing songs like a lot of songs. He's written close to one hundred and a few weeks back is fans heard the results. Wildfires name of his major label debut single in advance of a bigger collection to come. Shortly i had a great time getting a noam learning about his writing style and generally acting like to record nerds. I'm so happy to welcome. Kevin quinn oh so much talked about today but first of all. Tell me about your new single wildfire. How did this begin for you. Tell me a little bit about the inspiration. Yeah i think wildfires for me. I just wanted to create something causative In introductions of the rest of the project you know like i just want all the music to be positive uplifting inspirational I wanted to be clean. You know these create choices that i made for the project and i feel like wildfire crossed off every list for those things of of what i wanted the project e so we imagine it would be a great debut single and i'm glad we chose it I think the inspiration behind it was just like even through the worst of times in the darkness and Just total shit like like you have that wildfire in your heart. That gets you going through. You know it's like It's it's a thing that's bigger than you. That will get you through the darkest of times and it's a real thing so i feel like that's for. The wildfire metaphor a sponsor for sure absolutely. I mean it's a beautiful message especially one we need the last year and a half or so. It's definitely something we need to tap into ourselves. Yeah man it's it's so it's so really timely to you know 'cause a lot of this viral during a pandemic and i just wanted to be like the perfect timing the release considering just what the world has been through so i felt like it was. It was a godsend. You know that wildfire checked off every boxing It just it. Just felt very timeline. It felt like the timing was perfect. Absolutely in the video does such a great job of illustrating matt talk a little. Bit more about the visuals for the song. video directed by roaming white Who if anyone listening There's a movie on netflix. Called a week away. That i started. Its musical movie have you seen. You may not have i. I have not i i was actually. I was just about to ask you about that but please. I got a lot more on that to come. No no it's definitely very younger crowd. I wouldn't expect you to wash it But the director that movie. We teamed up roman. Is you create this music video. And i told him. I wanted something energetic. You know. I wanted something very much in the lane which he had done. Before with a lot of the artist you collaborate within the past Sweet i remember. We had like forty five minutes phone. Call just to discuss ideas. It's so rare that a creative relationship is so synergistic and you bounce all these ideas off each other. That's how it is wrong tonight. I spit ball an idea and he immediately receives it and vice versa So i i feel like it was very much a collaborative process even from the treatment shoe the filming to the final product. But i gotta give it up to rome because he he had this vision for the the kind of like kevin bacon. Footloose dancing around the You know what i mean and it turned out great so i was. I was super police. Are i mean. I was gonna ask. I know. obviously you were extremely involved in the soundtrack to the movie. I think. I think it was eleven out of thirteen songs. Something mike that did that in any way. Influence your decision to take the time to really focus in on your music career. After all the the acting involved with it wasn't the movie soundtrack that was a catalyst of believer nine. I had been writing music for four years of the point. I release some music. You know that. I thought was representative of where i was at at the time only to realize later. Now this this direction. I wanna go you know. I'm young enough still figuring out my sound at this point where i wanna go So i scrapped. Those songs and i started completely new project with some new creative choices. But just you know recording the soundtrack we actually recorded it on sets that we built like this makeshift studio How producer was. yeah like. He created this vocal booths in the camp sober camp. That we were shooting is really cool. Cool yeah yeah. We spend our days in there and goof around and it just felt so comfortable in an wants. Was the films music producer. Hugh edwards on like high school musical and some of the other Disney musicals but yet like i said just so comfortable although that process wasn't a catalyst for me like writing music guide already doing it definitely i. It was just experience that continued to help me grow. And i think that enough made the experience worth it and you touched on this a little bit earlier. You had something like one hundred songs in reserves right. When when you i mean. That's that's incredible to me. When did you first start writing. When i was on a disney The disney channel show called. I had a two year. Tenure on that show. And i know but yeah. Yeah i think i mentioned to some of the cast and crew that i had you know dream of pursuing music branagh. They realize the extent of how hard i was working at the time. It was just kind of something. I did on the side of when i wasn't on said but yeah i mean for years. Were the writing I if we did have a hundred dollars in my pocket before. I decided to release wildfire at least in a row. I just writing for years. But that's how particular i was i was like. I don't want to release the just for the sake of releasing it. And i had done that before and i didn't like results so i was like no. I'm knocking release anything and worked out. Where where did this come from for you. Who are some of the people that made you want to pick up an instrument and express yourself in this way. I can't explain it. i can't explain it. It was this something i was always drawn to. I think i don't know you ask any creative in in any performer in this business. It's like working. You really pinpoint their passion. And when they wanted to decide to do it or what was the catalyst but for me. It was just always something bigger than myself. It was like. I couldn't imagine myself doing anything other than performing so i i don't know i. It would carried on through my childhood. Like i remember that feeling in my childhood listening to some great music like the beatles or the rolling stones for you know just like a lot of rock bands a lot of eighties nineties music. I just absorbed myself in music as a young kid And that fallen. Me as i got older and i just knew what i wanted to hear in like track and harmonies and i got pretty good at syria. One point so i just started my own music. Wow that's really cool man. I'm someone who loves music. I mess around instruments. I take a music theory class. I have never been able to write a song in my entire life. So when i talked to someone like you who said yeah. I've written a hundred. That's just to me. That's like magic. I mean how. How does the theory factor into your your writing process. Because that's always an interesting line. Because i know these people like paul mccartney who can't read music i mean it's just totally something that they do by ear and so the the line between wanting to know what you're doing with theory but wanted to keep some magic and spontaneity and.

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"quinn" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

Swing Left - How We Win

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win

"Three friends. Texting to this podcast. Tell them about all the great information that you're getting out of it and the action items that you execute every make you feel like a hero for democracy Let them know that they can feel it too. Yeah powerful pitch for pod blasts summer love it and just a quick programming note Mariah and i are actually going to be guest hosting next week. A couple of episodes of the daily beans podcasts. So if you don't subscribe over there check out. The daily beans will be on there filling in for allison and dana While they're on break and So fun i feel like i feel like we're the b. team at msnbc or something like jumping on someone's show. I love it so people can get a triple this of us next week so much us next week daily. You wanted if there for you if you want it. I'm not gonna blame you if you're just good with the one that's fine too but before do that. Make sure you take a listen to our interview with Ryan quinn ryan. Quinn is a political analyst and swing left's campaign director. He leads swing. Left's political endorsement strategy for candidates and is always a wealth of information insight into political trends ryan. Thank you for bringing back the ryan report. of course. thanks for having me. Yeah so. I want to jump right into it. Because it's been new census data. That was released recently and while states have drawn new maps yet. There's some new information we have. What key information from that. are you looking at. What are your takeaways from. The census right now so so much that sense You know Bureau released on. August twelve from the demographics of the country as a whole on what certain areas of the country are growing while what are shrinking. And you know what our country looks like and you know. I think that one of the key areas of many that we saw is increasingly. The country is moving to a more diverse direction. Were quickly than we expect. Said if you look at not just overall percentages but in some of how the wording of the census was done this year The.

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"quinn" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on For Your Reference

"Thought with holly right. I think if people spent more than a second they would fall in love with harley quinn just generally as a character across films even the cartoon version with kaley corker probably the best and most enjoyable role. I've seen not flight attendant. I never watched big bang theory Yeah that's a hard. Yikes but i really enjoy holly quin as a character because there is a in most cases there is an off her trying to come into our yard. She has this endearing nature about her. She's she's a killer. Just like rick flag was saying about the weasel. He's homeless. he's school like twenty seven. Children like obviously You need to suspend I guess criminal sort of activity to enjoy a film like this but by all accounts holly quin is a sweetheart and she does meanwhile As well it was it was definitely most welcome. I really enjoyed her in the film she kind of was on the leash of jirka. If you'll pardon the pun. But i enjoyed her in the role. She was kind of the glue in the squad as well. I think the second time. I was watching has called Twenty sixteen is a southern getting my story sort of big stuff for harlequin where we'd watched emancipation harlequin queries. I think he was a good movie. Wasn't as bad as how people wanted to make it out. It was a lot of fun. And the action was pre. Most the helsinki stand up a was it was. You could tell john wiccan. Stanton was in the building in essence. Oh very nice. Oh very nice. Yeah but i. I think trying to understand the timelines as well. But it's only because we watch two thousand sixteen recently even though that would have come out before but i really enjoyed iraq. I thought it was great. it is sad. It's very predictable. Much like the moth. A breaking of the pearls It's very predictable way. You see holly's hot breaking because she realizes at whatever point in the story a watching that she realizes the jerk never really loved her and was always maybe not always but like at that point. She's realizing she's being used and manipulated. It was sad to see you go through that heartbreak In two thousand sixteen. Close more in monster patient. Because they don't get to see how get brokenhearted by the joker interesting inversion. It's more thinking the other joke has died and that up until the joker comes to rescue her the very end of the movie To set up a wants to patient and while..

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"quinn" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"There's a lot of fear because she's been harboring a lot of secrets on one of them being how much she cares for agnes and it can be really difficult to see someone. You love sick. in mary. Of course already been furthest. She already went through the the loss of her son so when she goes in sees agnes. It's almost like seeing her bady like they really have this loving maternal relationship where they both kind of mother each other in getting in there. And it's kind of like you. You get a glimpse of your friend again. You know they have a kind of jovial moment talking the horrors but had been going on You know it's always difficult when someone you love tells you to face the music you know says you're not dealing with this in mary's not ready she's not ready for that truth Because as long as she holds onto it as long as she holds onto her son in a way she's keeping him alive even if it's just for herself and she she will not let go and you know i. I think that mary makes the wrong decision. Not dealing with Her past trauma. So yeah it is a big scene and really she kind of goes to a major chain which we ought spoil but It it really reflects the rights of the film where it goes like to play that i mean. That's that's a concern. I would say if i'm saying it right is a big is a good word for her in that particular moment of the film. Yes i you know. Mary has been running her wet running away her whole life so again. It's kind of like. She's in the convent. She thinks that she's going to have solitude and rest inches chased out of there and she runs away and tries to make it in the real world. If you will and no one will leave her alone. She just won't be left alone. And i think that starts to drive her crazy because she's not getting what she truly wants. Which is to meditate. Contemplate on the love lost of her son. It sounds like mickey was very very collaborative with you and your company and making absolutely absolutely. We talked about a different set. They were seeing. We continually may descript better like every single day. All the way through production in. He has such an amazing crew around him like their production designer caitlyn shelby. Who makes all of our sets just so detailed incredible. There's always something to look at. It was really nice to work with mickey that way and having the whole picture in the news also really nice that as an actor he was he he just gave complete truss and really focused on the shots in getting everything we needed for the movie. So that i could go through my journey unencumbered What's it like to be selected for the tribeca. Film fest.

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"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Enemy that series hits that right on the head of that entire conversation that we're having a society right now anyways also wonder how much of her popularity has to do with the audiences that are not white male sis hetero but love comics and love comic book characters in love those types of movies in love. Those types of animated series are just starving for a character that they can connect with exactly and so here she is and she's not that she may not look like them but she's at least not that and so they flocked to her because she represents the other end maybe if we started to diversify those characters more you might see some people who love quinn and a black female character. I would love to see them do more with black canary. The or they love harley quinn. Because she was there gateway character but now they also love these other characters that are a more accurate representation of who they are. And it's not so much that everybody can connect with this white bisexual jewish woman but she at least is representing people who are not everyone else in the comic world right now. Yep exactly billy also brought up the fact that kathy and directed birds of prey. And i just want to point out that that is not an insignificant fact because kellyanne her previous film dead. Pigs is a magnificent chinese ethic of the movie that you never would have suspected that dc would come calling after that movie but it is an incredible film and for whatever set of reasons. I think it's remarkable that she was able to take over that film. And i think that there is something very specifically chew the non western gays as well that it's specifically non male non western non white. That is really missing a lot from perspectives in comic book. Movies on the whole right now. And i think in the birds of prey film. I think that was something that allowed a lot of people to connect to harley quinn as the character and to embrace other characters a little differently. We'll see if this trend continues in khloe zhao's upcoming internals. How other people will receive that film as well. I keep hearing damaging narratives about her coming out. That really drive me crazy because everybody wants to drive the narrative toward the zack. Snyder's of the but let's say that's not my purpose anyway and with that but that's the whole thing right because there are so little women especially women of color in the blockbuster sphere making anything that finally went one of them or two of them. Get a shot. It's immediately like oh what can we say about them that this criticism as makers even though they have all the right to be there. S makers as any of the other makers have their right. And that's kind of thing that hollywood needs to unlearn and that's gonna take a lot of time until all the old white men sitting at the tones die basically what you notice whether it's marvel but especially with these see like i said where you have one or brother. Writers is that people top down. Look at things go like yet but this is not my perspective. Comic books are fruit. Boys are men so men can make look at the dark knight. That went well because nolan needed. And nolan is a man with vision so only men with vision. Ma comic book movies. Only penises with is on the is on them are allowed to make comic books and they have to be rooting. And if they can speak with a british accent even better whether they're british or not and if they can mumble with a british accent even better the best thing in a perfect world for these people for these investors would be an elon..

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"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"They haven't completely divorced from how she was. They acknowledge it and they tried to change it. They're trying to evolve from out what she was back then to what she wants to be now in the two thousand twenty s and how that can be a role model to new readers in new people coming into the comic book. I whether it's true animation three movies or through comic books themselves so i think it's a smart move on deceased fat to okay week knowledge stat. How she started might have not been the best way. But we're seeing a lot of young people latch onto her character and her free spiritedness. So we're gonna update who she is and how she feels to match what she should be as a person that can be inspiring even as anti hero to a younger in new newer generations. Coming into this comic book world. I agree with that a million percent and i think a lot to add onto that especially would resume with the transition from the mail gates the female gaze. I think a lot about in suicide squad. There's a moment where it's the entry into the third act where they decided they're going to fight the villain anyways and they're walking down the street and harlequins smashes a window with her bat shop window to take a purse and when she grabs the purse. She bends over from the waist. Like you do to pick anything up. I guess and picks up the purse and grabs it. And i think women obviously can be sexy on screen and women can do anything that they want. They can display their bodies how they see fit and whatever makes sense to them. But that's the difference right there between a male gaze and a female Shots he mailed game. Because you're looking at it from the behind her instead of looking at it. Outside of her is at the purse that has caught her eye and then showing the reaction shot of the guys behind her as she had been over her very revealing shorts. And you don't have to go that far back right like it's not like it's not like we've been doing great job with the male gaze versus female gates in terms of the introduction of these characters. Layla suicide squad is super recent. But i think to an extent margot robbie get some credit for adding heart to the character and giving a performance that allows for there to be more substance in the role to harley quinn as a person than you would have seen maybe if somebody else had taken on the performance instead. I think she does a phenomenal job. And that's i think also what opens the door for kathy and come in and do birds of prey and and really start to expand that character into something else and i think that creates the ball rolling in combination with like why we like the other stuff that you were saying. It's it is. It is a very astute observation of exactly the things that they're grappling with and the.

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"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"These animated series that are much more animated movie series that are much more human oriented like human ordinary experience types of things focused and i think all of the stuff that harlequin is going through the poison. Ivy is going through gives you that background of something. That is a joyful experience to see them figure out. That isn't going up against the titans of the hero world or whatever right like it isn't universe defying expectations. just buck. who am i and what does that mean. And how do i figure that out. And also what am i going to do about dinner later and i love that and then said when you mash all that up with some ultra violence and some foul mouth profanity. That's my jam right there. It's so interesting too. Because i still remember from the very opening line of the animated series when it was a captain raising glass and saying my fellow whites the second i saw that frame i was like oh this is this is. This is my show. I'm gonna like this. I'm gonna like this and then it ends in a rousing cry of fuck the poor and then you're like okay definitely my show definitely my show. It's so interesting. Though how this show is so specifically tied into certain messages as well about capitalism and misogyny and a lot of the things that this particular podcast is all about. And i always have found it so fascinating that harley quinn is the character represents so many different things as an lgbtq plus icon as everything. But she is. Why do you think that there's been this explosion of so many different aspects of media that focus on her right now. Do you think it's because of the way that she is crafted in terms of her social justice messages or the way that narratives are constructed around the think. It's in indeed like how things are changing currently especially with newer generations. How harley quinn was portrayed in the beginning was very from a very misogynistic like very meal gaze point of view whereas now she's involved to being her own character like we all mentioned the she can carry a whole movie. She's the main show for a lot of people and they've made her more independent and have her literally. Honest screen tried to pry loose from that male gaze character world that was bestowed upon her in the nineties. thousands so this whole independent woman independent person. Just going out there doing what you want to do for yourself. Character arc is very liberating m very up to date with how young girls nowadays wanna see themselves as well. they have something that they can actually latch onto. Learn from. What the new harley quinn is doing and if you look at it how they've done it for instance in the animated series..

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"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"I highly recommend that for anyone who is interested in introducing the younger generation to harley quinn. I highly recommend. Also stephanie phillips new reboot of harley quinn. Future state. Amanda conner in jimmy poem. Yati also had a wonderful run of harley quinn as well that i also love but right now what. Stephanie phillips doing i think is absolutely amazing to have a really strong female writing voice on the character which we haven't had before and i think that's really powerful and i'm really happy that the comics industry has kind of stepped up to the plate with that and with birds of prey. I was so so happy to see birds of prey and all of the various team members the way that they came together in that film. I wonder though how the rest of you process that film comparatively to suicide squad or to something else. Was it what you were expecting. It's a much better. I think anyway. It's a much better film than suicide. Squad suicide squad is a lot of fun. Billy makes fun of me. Because i love the soundtrack from that film. Because it's basically the soundtrack from our high school days. It's like nineties dance. Yeah it is. It is great. Don't tell on me. I would but i enjoy watching that movie. It's really fun. But if you strip the soundtrack out of that movie. I think you go it lose a lot of enjoyment from it but the most fun thing about suicide squad is the music and the one liners and watching harlequin. Beat the shit out of people. There's not a lot more to it and birds of prey is in a whole different tier films. That genuinely good movie in. It doesn't need that crutch like well. It'll tap into your nineties. You'll enjoy it in that kind of thing. I think with both movies. What is noticeable that it they didn't give harlequin top billing basically but she carries both movies completely on her shoulders. 'cause people watch suicide squad because of harleys main look in. She was portrayed new trailers everything and people went to birds of prey. Not for the birds of prey but for harley quinn. The fact that they called it the verge of prey and the emancipation of something..

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"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Nice all right. Billy were onto you. What introduced you. It will definitely be the tim verse. The batman animated series. I watch that forever. And i think that's amongst the best of dc comic representation on the screen anyways. I'm an enormous fan of timbers. I think it's great brevity. With batman and superman all the way through the justice league united. But i think probably what i like about her. And what i find interesting about the timbers thing is a lot of conversation today is how accurate to the comics or the movies that were watching. How true to the characters are out his cannon. Go along and i really liked the idea that the timbers was this creation factoring for characters that became beloved comic characters. But they're not from the comics. I think that's a really cool thing. And then so when you see harlequin come on in suicide squad or birds of prey. Does it have to be exactly the same as everything else has gone before. An important fact. The movies are often doing things that are way more interesting with their characters. And they sort of wind up being shoehorned into in some of the comic book moments which isn't dislike off on comics but that wealth of creative input in the different mediums does add something to the characters so you get to see with the timbers this creation i think a very fun character and then fast forward twenty five years or whatever and then you get to see margot robbie take harlequin from suicide squad. Two birds of prey. And it's just really this amazing transformation of a character. So i guess i'm within yellow in terms of falling in love. I find her very compelling character once you get to the margot robbie era. But i think she's a very fun character always around like i've slept for giant mallet that she carries around and i think it's great that they get to show that in birds of prey to. Yeah i love that giant mallet. I also love the baseball. That iconography to yeah. It's really a wonderful thing when you get to explore that. But i'm also going to speak up for the comics here. Because obviously i love what dini and tim did in terms of everything with the animated series since that was the genesis of harley on the whole but what they did in terms of the comic books with her was really an extension of what they were doing on screen that got a little darker and a little more sadistic in certain ways than it was on screen. And then when carl kessel picks up the run of harley quinn. He has harley in poison ivy. Take up together in this wonderful partnership in the comic books that i really fell in love with and i have to say in terms of my relationship to the harley quinn comic books. It wasn't until karl kessels. Start of harley quinn's adventures where there's even a sequence where harley quinn goes to hell and there's all kinds of amazing things that happen. That's what i really started to fall in love with what this character was in a larger sense and so now i feel like there are so many different people doing so many different things ravi already mentioned har- lean. We've also had the young adult novel breaking glass which is fantastic..

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"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"As as teeny kid. I was properly six years old or something like that to harlequin and in the full soup with the red and the black little bells and everything like the whole old school suit that we know and love and i loved it. She had a full gesture suit and the way she talked with. So peculiar to me especially. Because i'm from europe so american accents and different american accents can be very interesting and she had just such a way of saying like hey putin and this how she said putin every time to the joker just caught me. I just fell in love and they've never fallen out of love with her couldn't in each iteration that has followed since them. Yeah so that's my intro to harlequin the that men animated series cool so you started out with the very very beginning of the character yes it was first originated. Yeah yeah. I didn't even know that she wasn't part of the comic books. Back then for me was just like oh. She's always been there when i got older and got into comics and got more background information. I understood that she wasn't even part of the comics. They wrote her into the series and then later created background and added her into comic universes wall. So that was amazing to murals. Like oh is there for a little bit of history but yeah no it started for me with the animated series especially because back then. I didn't have any access to comex at that age here in the netherlands. It's pretty hard to get comics. In general you have to go to a specialty shop. At least if you wanna get american comics. Manga and stuff are easier to get in european comics or strips as we call them. Those are easier to get but american comics. You really had to go to the specialty shops so that was hard. Get by so yeah. The animated series was. We'll do this on tv every week. All right so up next. I would like danielle to tell me how she. I fell in love with harley quinn as a character well i think the two different questions that howard was. I i introduced. Her was also in an animated show and it was the version. Raviol- was talking about where she's in the full harlequin costume and hangs on jokers every word and she never made an impression. As that for me. I was just like this portrayal of women but when the first harlequin movie came out with margot robbie think that would be suicide squad and they portrayed her as a totally different character where she was a standing on her own and had her own ideas and was going to become this villain in her own right. That's when i fell in love with her very cool and you really particularly loved that representation of her i did. I loved that reservation for the idea that she could be powerful and intimidating. That was a big deal from her. Most of my life people have told me in not a flattering way that i was too intimidating and so to see this female character represented as both a sex symbol and intimidating. Was really something that drew me in. It was like oh this is great. And the way that she uses the men around her uses their attention to draw them in just to that she can kick their ass. I those fantastic. And i loved everything about the way that they designed her costume getting rid of the harlequin look and going for just totally different image with the red and the blue pig tails and ball the facial tattoos and all that kind of stuff. I was just like yes. This is my villain nice..

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