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"ray bradbury" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:56 min | Last week

"ray bradbury" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Yeah. I followed things that broke in my house and as examples. And basically, the whole point of this article is you are no longer buying hardware, even though you think you're buying. You're buying software. Yeah. And not only buying services. You're buying independent or interdependent software and services for different vendors. Yeah. And it just constantly degrades. You can not get a device that's going to consistently, if you hook it up to anything else, an update might break it. A new feature role might break it. All you never know. And so I just kind of wrote this. I didn't think it would very well. I just kind of like fine. I'm just writing this because let me say something. Natalie flights. You got picked up 11 hours ago by hacker news. 288 comments all of them pretty much agreeing with you. A lot of reinforcement. I think there's always the guys that I've never have those problems, but yeah, there's all the, you know, there's a subset of people. There's the well, this is why I never put any of this stuff in my house to begin with. There's the you would never have this problem if you installed open-source. Whatever professional installer or whatever. And then there's the people who are like, yeah, this does suck in, who actually recognize that it's a problem. This isn't just a problem for the smart home industry. It's a problem for consumers. It's a problem for manufacturers, and it's going to be a legal problem because we like I said, everybody's hardware. Your car, your corporate, I don't know. Manufacturing machines. They're all becoming software. And software has different ownership require different requirements by the manufacturers like different obligations for security and things like that. It has a different product for the it's a different product for the consumer. And we don't realize that. There's a good story actually this week from ars technica on people buying the Nordic track, something attacking it. Yeah. And hacking it. And then Netflix. Yeah, they have to, they were like, this thing has a 32 inch screen on it. I love it. I'm gonna hack it. So we're gonna base Android. We'll just sideload Netflix, YouTube, and whatever we want. Apparently, Nordic track was like, you know what? We're going to update this. It's easy to sideload stuff. And maybe Nordic track didn't realize it was breaking a critical functionality that people loved. But Nordic track didn't offer it as a formal functionality. So for their perspective, they're kind of in the clear and maybe they want to do a business model where they do a deal with YouTube for exclusive access. These are the sorts of things a lot of the conflict about the stuff we're buying today is conflicts about, is it hardware or software? Well, and more even more, it's often you own the hardware, but you don't own the software. And so as a result, you don't really own the device. You don't control it. And it's not just home automation. Everything. It's your car. It's your car. It's your John Deere combine. My favorite comment in the hacker news thread from Brian Rasmussen, very simple, there will come soft rains. Which, if your Ray Bradbury fan, you know exactly what they're referring to. Is that from the veldt or is that actually the name of the story I'm trying to remember? You should tell everyone who doesn't know that story. Well, the veldt is a great example. Let's see. Oh yeah, there will come soft rains is the story and it's after the nuclear meltdown. There's nothing left except the automated devices, which.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on Just King Things

Just King Things

05:31 min | 7 months ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Just King Things

"Right michael reading this in like middle school or high school and i realize At least this this is You know i admire stephen king i to be a horror writer when i grow up and so in some ways when i first approach this Book i am taking it as almost You know you know words from on high very much the way. That king wants it to be taken your so. I'm trying to learn something right. I want to be a horror author. What is a horror author. What do they do And he gets to this chapter on ray bradbury and this is where he decides to like swerve out and he's like to in order for me to tell you about ray bradbury and something wicked this way comes. I need to tell you about feodor. Dreicer and sherwood anderson The reason that these authors are all connected is that they're from the mid west and blah blah blah blah blah. But then he has this line. He says he connects dreicer in bradberry by saying that They are both naturalists but bradberry turns to fantasy whereas a theater dreicer is all about social critique. Here is the thing cameron. Here's the thing that michael new at age thirteen. That stephen king didn't know in nineteen eighty eight. Like he's like thirty three or something Ray bradbury wasn't a naturalist. Naturalism is realism. It's just straight up wrong. That's not how literary history works like. I was the kid in my english classes. When they taught us like the big sort of like literary movements like gotha schism and romanticism and stuff. I loved that. I ate that up. So i one of my. I kind of like ways of apprehending. Literature was about a learning This kind of history and kind of the taxonomy that develop and how those work. And so i'm reading here as you know little teenage michael. And he says ray bradbury is a naturalist and it's like no zola is a naturalist. What the hell are you talking about like ray. Bradbury is writing about ghosts in rocket ships. That's just wrong agreed. Ously wrong even better that ghosts and rocket ships in the same stories right lake. I guess natural literally. The man moves the house of other to mars..

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Interview With Author David Yoon

What Book Hooked You?

06:35 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Author David Yoon

"This week. I'm thrilled to have david yunan. Whose newest book super fake love song is out now. An conversation that we pretty much covered all talk about his newest book a his debut his writing journey and a lot about what he was like as a young person so really enjoyed talking to david. Hope you enjoy listening listening so david. What book hooked you. What book hooked me It's it was when i was in middle school. I don't know exactly how old i was. But i remember talking to my librarian and i was like i don't know to read their so many books in the school library and she just pulled out the halloween tree by ray bradbury and If you read this book but it's it has these awesome woodcut Drawings in it and it came up a long time ago. Like in the sixties. I want to say and this is way before like killington and the newspaper from the nightmare before christmas. But it's kind of there's a character in it. That is the skeleton dude with. I think he has a pumpkin for a head. I know he doesn't but he's like this very skeleton like figure and he's very creepy and he's very Theatrical like jack's kellington was and he challenges This group of boys on halloween when their trick or treating to to give up a year of their lives to save the life of their best friend Pippin who's at homesick can't trick or treat and so they travel around the world and learn about like all these Reports and customs that surrounding death and they wind up in mexico and they eat The sugar skulls and that is like. I'm going to give up a year my life to save my friend and It was just so it's like super atmospheric and super moody. This is awesome so then at of course read all very bradberry. I could find reading stuff. I shouldn't have been reading and so middle school time. Was that in age. Like were you a big reader. Then was it hard to get you to read or was it something where you pretty much constantly always had some sort of book. You're working your way through. I mean i was always reading. Yeah for sure Is reading a lot of stuff But then that book kind of it was like my first sorta grownup book. I guess and after that i started reading a of piers anthony fancy novels and i read like fifteen close and i was like wait a second. It's kind of the same story over and over again and that's florida and Then i started reading a lot of stephen king which i know i shouldn't have been reading And my dad was a weird guy to he. he He studied victorian like them. He he focused on the metaphysical poets. Okay it adds seoul university in career and then when it came to the united states he studied library science all things. wow and so he was like you need to be reading old man and the sea You need to be reading. Was it on human bondage and then lady chatterley's lover and was like that. I don't think i should be reading this. But he didn't care he's like the crazy. Daddy shows like the horror movies to his kids because he wants them to to Have a good sense of the canon. Anna is exposed to a lot of stuff that i probably shouldn't have been but i'm grateful for it and i would imagine while it was definitely helping Definitely helpful for your reading life to have a dad like that and that was kind of pushing it but was there any sort of rebellion there. That because you were being forced to read so many books were pushed upon you that reading. You rebelled against or turn against it because it was it was assigned by by dad I don't know it's hard to remember like like reading moby dick before high school. Sure looks like there's no way. I'm gonna finish so even if it did come from like a friend i don't know if i would have just cause but it did. It did feel like homework for sure At the same time like my older brother. I have one older brother. And he was a big reader to He used to read at the dinner table and it was like a problem. You know But i you know. I'm a little brother saw. I'll read to on just like him. I want to compete in everything we do. Because we're siblings. So he also turned me into the reader just sort of inadvertently and so when you got to high school especially when those are when in in those english courses you're being assigned full size novels and things like that. Didn't you find and really getting into what's canonized literature. We'll call it. Were you kind of a step ahead. That you think In those courses because dad already sorta had you on that home regiment of a reading those types of books. That's a funny question. Because i just realized really recently i mean my dad passed away like over a year ago. and so It just when you're when your parent passes away and makes you think a lot about your relationship in like your whole history. And i was like dude. My dad was like an outsized influence in in my interest in writing in books. I never appreciated him fully for that. He just kinda did it sure Yes and when. I hit high school. It was english. Classes where my absolute favorite My english teachers were my absolute favorite. My locker got broken into one time. So isis i was like no lockers and i used my english teacher's classroom as my locker That's how much we trusted. Each other's liked each other so that was sort of the year of You know camus. And ray bradbury. Shirley jackson and margaret atwood. That's like when i started really getting into those guys and and then i was like all right. This is this is really important to me. Plus i also had study hall. Not how i had studied hall but Journal i wrote in my journal pretty much every day so and so i take it

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I can still access the problems on my side of the peanut vendor without Actively being in pain. And if and I guess like if your creative process relies on you being unhappy that that's something to examine, because I don't know I when I'm creative, there's ah, It's frustrating. It's hard work, but sometimes there's a joy to it. And I just don't feel what I'm feeling. The things that I feel I don't I don't feel Necessarily creative. But this is a problem for a lot of people seeing yourself as synonymous with your Depression, your sadness, your anxiety or whatever. And all I can say is That you'll find another way through. You can always write about. You can still access if you want to write about your depression, or you want to write about your anxiety, But you are right about character. Who has that I I can almost promise you you will be able to Right about that character having Gotten better. In yourself. You'll still be able to remember what that was like without having to like, Immerse yourself in. You know, I want to play a song now. So this is something you uploaded to YouTube about a decade ago. It's heading towards six billion views. Now we have to censor this hilariously for public radio. But this is f me, Ray Bradbury, take a listen to this e said. Oh, Steve, You're cute, but movies on one.

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More Halloween Wines 2020

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:28 min | 1 year ago

More Halloween Wines 2020

"It's now, it's me Dave from a cheap wine finder.com off the scary music playing which means is another Halloween wines episode. And today we've got I mean look at it. It's Freakshow Lodi Chardonnay. 2818. Yeah, it's a freak Show Off is actually not all that scary the scary but the freak Show is more reference to a long time probably novel side shows and on the front. There's the mermaid lady the fish lady and it's kind of scary in the Ray Bradbury Something Wicked This Way Comes kind of way, which I'm done with. They're trying to get in. But you know. It looks good. And it tastes great. And the best thing about this one thing I find our for $14 is from Michael and David their their fifth generation. I think the 6th generation still working at the winery grape Growers and Lodi the family has been farming there for over a hundred and fifty years, which is kind of off but I'm talking here which is kind of common in Lodi. There's a lot of the big names there have been there for Generations, which is one of the things I like about it were so many Palm wine brands in California are fo wine Brands mean no Winery. No Vineyard safe, they buy the grapes and they rent the space make good wine, but low tides that I'm not doing an old-school. This is a really good Chardonnay. It's half barrel fermented and 1/2 stainless steel fermented, but they used all new o'farrell's off. I don't know what he said, but I'm afraid now and 80% new French barrels and 20% new American Oak barrels that's expensive. This is a line. I found off $14 and that's an upscale a little detail that really makes this wine because it's got really premium. It's Gotta Stay prudent Michael and David they have different lipsticks sense cerrad a couple of other brands there. They do a good job along with Freak Show also has as in a Cabernet seven young at a red blend which are like those are three of the best things you can get out of load at. And you know, it's a really great place for value-priced. Why isn't this Chardonnay? Leave me alone. You're trying to scare me, but it won't work. It's a really great place though the San Pablo Bay, which is the northern part of San Francisco Bay goes far enough Inland, even though it's The Vineyards are like from 7,200 miles away from the ocean. The bay is up there and there's all these river valleys that go flowing through there. It's lower areas cold air gets funneled in there and they can have wine even though nothing around them is the old able to grow grapes. Napa Valley is north of them and West and they're in the mountains and that changes everything to load. I'm not have the mountains or they're they have valleys. This is a really tasty chardonnays and the oak program with all that new Oak and and the fermentation and Oak really comes through cuz there's some really delicious page here. And it's it's nothing is over-the-top. Everything has kind of bounced out and it's like there's some salty and loose things. There's there's some buttery phone numbers. There's some creamy flavors are some ripe fruit flavors. There's just a lot of flavor here. So if it's not the scariest Halloween one, I could come up with no skulls or you know, anything like that. It does taste really good. Can you hear that too, or is it just me? So anyway? I keep on taking ships cuz it's that good. It's a delicious why it's got its because of all that Oak and the way they made it they you know, even though it's a 2018. It's it's it's still a kind of a young one that's got a good and engages your pal in a really nice way. So that's it for me. I found a freakshow chardonnay from I have the zombies invading my headphones and They're good. So I'm the next one. Keep it cheap, but there's more Halloween's lines come in and adios, and bye-bye.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"So i. got. Synchronicity put those in there. Of course dreams I got sometimes, I'll read out of my idea book. But I on constantly getting. I realized DICTA TO IDEAS. I'm I'm addicted ideas and brainstorming and imagining the possibility of unpacking the imagination and. I'm just. I I feel. When I'm not. Either in the midst of Something or daydreaming about something or talking with someone about. Imagination or This sort of enlightening aspects of I find myself kind of. Those are the Times I get bored of those are the Times that I. Just like I tune out and I dug. I, think. What I viewed my ideas ask like little little babies and I feel. It's my duty to to give them life and so I'm writing them down a lot. I kept this whole. Idea book sold of things here that. Would I just realize that these ideas that I have for screenplays? Screenplay but. These ideas for screenplays I have the whole beginning middle and end in my brain. All these things down and I thought today. That's how long how fun with that the F. I made an album of each of these screenplay ideas like so I don't have to wipe out entire screenplay I can tell the whole story with this. This sort of anthology album like a Martian chronicles by Ray Bradbury or this anthology album of these particular story. So that kind of just blitzed the cool.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King. And I'm Steve Inskeep. This month marks the 1/100 anniversary of the birth of science fiction writer Ray Bradbury O. I remember reading the illustrated man when I was a kid in school. NPR's Petra mayor reports on his legacy. Ray Bradbury is sometimes called the poet of science fiction. His words demand to be read aloud. He opened the bedroom door. It was like coming into the cold marble room of a mausoleum. After the moon has set That's author and comics creator Marjorie Lou taking part in a massive online read a thon of Bradbury's classic Fahrenheit 4 51 held to mark his 100th birthday. This is the moment where Montag the hero finds his wife overdosed on sleeping pills to moon stones looked up at him in the light of small handheld fire tube Hail morning stones buried in a creek of Clearwater or which the life of the world ran not touching them Fahrenheit. 4 51 famously named for the temperature, which paper burns is a portrait of a dystopian future where everyone watches giant screens. Books are outlawed, and fireman like Montag must burn the houses that contain the forbidden volumes. Lou says the book's power comes from just how non science fictional it is. Science fiction was not in his hands like this distant spectacle. Science fiction was us. It was you and me. It was our family's wrestling with really difficult situations. On DH questions around one's internal beliefs Fahrenheit, 4 51 was published in 1953 at the height of the McCarthy era. Fast forward to today, Lou says, and humans have not evolved at all. We're still the same still exactly the same. The book deals with censorship, oppression and the influence of technology sound familiar. Our author, Mary Robinette Cole. What resonates is the way that Bradbury grounds this fiction in his own life. His childhood home of Waukegan, Illinois, became the green town of his stories, and it's not that he's writing a universal experience. He's writing his own very specific experience, but I think sometimes The more specific you are, The more universal themes can come out of something. Bradbury's visions of Mars laid out in his Martian chronicles were somewhat less realistic. Years before humanity had any idea of what the Red Planet really looked like. He imagined a civilization there with crystal houses sprouting golden fruits. But though it seemed like space fantasy back then, Bradbury's work has inspired the Mars Explorers of Today, The Curiosity Rover's landing site was named for him, and there is now an actual copy of the Martian Chronicles on Mars. Of course, Bradbury influenced countless writers, including Mary Robinette Coal for her novella, The Lady Astronaut of Mars. I named every character in there from a character in the Martian chronicles. And I know a lot of other writers who do that, who will kind of pepper little touches in, However, she adds, I love Ray Bradbury. But one of the reasons that I wrote my books is because I wanted stuff that's 100% more. People of color and women. Bradbury was progressive for his time, though, in later years he grew more cantankerous, comparing the censorship of Fahrenheit 4 51 to modern political correctness. And while Mary Robinet Cole says that if you're going to read one Bradbury novel, it should be Fahrenheit. 4 51 Marjorie Lou says she draws a more hopeful lesson from something wicked This way comes about an evil carnival that torments of town. The thing that really moved me about that book was the evil is mastered and destroyed. With happiness and laughter. And that fear has no place next. The love and joy that.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on Pulp

Pulp

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Pulp

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on Pulp

Pulp

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Pulp

"Long? What's the day they sent down a tube after he ate and vacuumed up the cell disposing of any wastes once in a great while they sent him a book, but that was all. The robots took care of him now evidently the humans thought it a waste of time to bother over their prisoner the robots brought the food cleaned the pendulum that sell oil the Machinery worked tirelessly from dawn until the sun Crimson the westward at this rate you could keep on for centuries. But one day is label stared at the city and its people in a blur of ascent and descent he perceived as swarming darkness that extended in the heavens down the city rocket ships that cross the sky and pillars of scarlet flame darted helplessly frightening lie for shelter. The people ran like water splashed on tiles screaming soundlessly alien creatures fluttered down great gelatinous masses of black that sucked out the life of all they clustered. I look over everything glistened momentarily upon the pendulum and its body above over the whirling wheels and roaring bowels of the metal creature once a time machine off an hour later. They dwindled away Over the Horizon and never came back. The city was dead. Up and down label went on his journey to Nowhere In His prison a strange smile etched on his lips in a week or more. He knew he would be the only living man on Earth. Elation flamed within him this was his victory where the other men had planned the pendulum as a prison. It had been an asylum against them now. Day after day the robots still came worked unabated by the visitation of the black horde. They came every week brought food tinkered checked oil cleaned. Up and down back and forth.

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Pulp

Pulp

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Pulp

"Up and down back and forth up and down the quick flick Skyward gradually slowing reaching the Pinnacle of the curve poisoning a moment then flashing earthward again faster and faster at a nauseating speed reaching the bottom and hurtling Aloft on the other side up and down back and forth up and down how long it had continued this way. Lakeville didn't change. It might have been millions of years. He'd spent sitting here in this massive glass pendulum watching the world tip one way and another up-and-down dizzily before his eyes off till the 8th. Since first they had locked him in the pendulum's round glass head and set it swinging. It had never stopped her changed continuous monotonous movements over and above the ground. So huge was this pendulum that it shadowed 100 feet or more with every Majestic sweep of its gleaming shape dangling from the metal intestines of The Shining machine overhead. It took three or four seconds for it to Traverse the 100 feet one way three or four seconds to come back down. The prisoner of time that's what they call him. Now now fettered to the very machine he had planned and constructed a prisoner of time a prisoner of time with every swing of the pendulum and echoed in his thoughts forever like this until he went in He tried to focus his eyes on the arching hotness of the Earth as it swept beneath him. They had laughed at him a few days before or was it a week a month a year off. He didn't know the ceaseless pitching had filled him with an aching confusion. They had laughed at him when he said sometime before all this he could Bridge time gaps and travel into Futurity. He had designed a huge machine to warp space invited 30 of world's most gifted scientists to help him finish his colossal attempt to scratch the future wall of time the hour of the accident spun back to him now through Mist in memory foam display of the time machine to the public the exact moment when he stood on the platform with the 30 scientists and pulled the main switch the scientists all of them blasted into Iraq ashes from Wild electrical Flames before the eyes of two million Witnesses who had come to the laboratory or were tuned in on television at home. He had slain the world's greatest scientists. He recalled the moment of shocked horror that followed something radically wrong had happened machine. He ladled the inventor of the machine had staggered backwards his clothes flaming and eating up about him no time for explanations. Then he collapsed in the Blackness of pain and numbing defeat swept to a hasty trial label faced jeering throng calling out for his death destroy the time machine they cried and destroy this murderer with it. murderer and he had tried to help Humanity. This was his reward one man had leaped onto the tribunal platform at the trial crying. No don't destroy a machine. I have a better plan a revenge for this this man his finger pointed at level where the inventor sat unshaven and Haggard his eyes failures a glazed. We shall rebuild his machine take his precious metals and put up a monument to his slaughtering will put him on exhibition for life within his execution in device the crowd roared approval like thunder shaking the tribunal Hall then pushing hands. J's in prison months finally LED forth into the hot sun shining he was carried in a small rocket car to the center of city the back of what he saw brought him back to reality. They had to rebuild his machine into a towering timepiece with a pendulum. He stumbled backward urged by thrusting hands listening to the Roar of the thousands of voices damning him into the transparent pendulum had they pushed him and clamped it tight with well, then they set the pendulum swinging and stood back. Slowly very slowly it rocked back and forth increasing in speed level had pounded futilely on the glass screaming. The faces became blurred were only tearing pink blobs before him on and like this for how long he hadn't minded it so much at first off that first night. He couldn't sleep, but it was not uncomfortable. The lights of the city were comments with tales that pelted from right to left like foaming fireworks, but as the night wore on he felt a gnawing in his stomach That Grew worse off. He got very sick and vomited the next day. He couldn't eat anything. They never stopped the pendulum not once instead of letting him eat quietly slid the food down the stem of the pendulum in a special tube in little round Parcels that plunked at his feet. The first time he attempted eating he was unsuccessful. It wouldn't stay down in desperation. He hammered against the cold glass with his fists until they bled crying hoarsely off, but he heard nothing but his own week fear act words muffled in his ears after some time had elapsed he got so that he could eat even sleep while traveling back and forth this wage. They allowed him small glass loops on the floor and leather thongs with which he tied himself down at night and slept a soundless slumber without sliding. People came to look at him. He accustomed his eyes to the Swift flight and followed their curiosity etched faces first close by in the middle then far away the right middle again and to the left. He saw the faces gaping speaking soundless words laughing and pointing at the prisoner of time traveling forever know we're off But after a while the town people vanished and it was only tourists who came to read the sign that said this is the prisoner of time John Lavelle who killed Thirty of the world's finest scientists the school children on the electrical moving sidewalks stopped to stare in childish off the prisoner of time often. He thought of that title God but it was ironic that he should invent a time machine and have it converted into a clock and that he in its pendulum should meet out the years traveling with time. He couldn't remember how long it had been the days and nights ran together in his memory. His unshaven cheeks had developed a short beard and then ceased growing. How long the time?.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on Pulp

Pulp

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Pulp

"9 of the weekly podcast pulp where we as, you know, take a journey one page at a time through the literary underground of Pulp Fiction in this episode. We are going to take a look at the very first professional story from one of Science Fiction and Fantasy is most celebrated Minds most people living in the United States were like introduce to Ray Bradbury through his celebrated short novel Fahrenheit 451 that gave readers their first view into a dystopian future where the population was placated and fed a steady stream of propagandized mass media while the free sharing of ideas had been suppressed and books had been outlawed under the pretense that anything requiring nuanced thought is dangerous or offensive first published in nineteen fifty-three Fahrenheit those science fiction is considered essential reading on the dangers of government censorship as well as mass Conformity and it's the seventh most wage. Doubt book of all time in the New York Public Library a striking irony. However is how often Fahrenheit 451 itself has been publicly banned or censored but long before his Fame novel was Fanning the Flames of controversy Bradbury was just another young writer living in Los Angeles struggling to make a name for himself after discovering a flyer at a local bookstore and Barry joined the Los Angeles Science Fiction society, which included other burgeoning science fiction writers. That would also later go on to fame including Robert Heinlein Henry kuttner and Lee Brackett home in nineteen forty-one re received his first professional opportunity and sold the story pendulum co-authored with Henry Haas for a fee of $15 the page him had originally been written for Bradbury self published fanzine future Fantasia, but made its debut nationally in the November 1941 issue of super science stories over him. Rear Bradbury would go on to contribute more than a hundred and sixty Works to pulp magazines through the nineteen forties fifties and sixties, but it all started here. The pendulum is short and Highway rhythmic and its pros. So in order to make sure we do the story Justice. We're going to break from our normal format. I hope you'll excuse us as we play these two brief advertisements before we begin so that we may present the story without interruptions. Thank you for sticking with us. I promise it will be well worth it. So without further delay sit back turn out the lights and let me tell you a story.

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Author Chat With Julie Abe

Books and Boba

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Author Chat With Julie Abe

"Hello everyone I'm so excited to have Julie obey the. Eva Evergreen semi magical which here with us today. Thank you Julie so much for a be here with us. Thank. You I've been a huge fan of Simba. But a long time. So it's exciting me here. Yeah. We're old friends I remember when when you first started following I, think it was like two years ago or two and a half years ago. So we're we're so excited to have you. I still can't believe people listen to our podcast to be honest I know. Especially all too. Real ask people listen to our pockets. It's a great resource just as an Asian American. It's nice to know that there's a community of authors dogs that are actually owned voices in legitimate though I love podcast. Awesome. So your book is coming out in two days we're recording this on. August second. So so by the time, you hear this is already out. So we're going to hype up the books our listeners can go and just grab it rapidly listen to his podcast. Thank you. Do you have. I. Guess like jitters like are you nervous about your launch it? Yes. Yes and no yes. Because it's finally here in no because I feel like it's been happening for a long time already. So it's a it's exciting just to kneel to finally have the book out in the world and having everyone. Read it. Done very excited. You had. This is your debut, right? Yes, it's my first and only look in the world as of yet. Yeah. We'd love to know more about your background. I mean we're always a writer and what was the process like getting this book maiden put out into the world I never really thought I would ever become a writer I've always absolutely loved reading when I was little I would read all the time. It was my favorite thing like if I could get some Mike Birthday money are doing that always like go towards books like without a doubt. But I never considered. Writing as something that I could do personally. Won I think is is when I was young. There weren't many authors that were. Not White. And Seeing that I was like, okay that's that's not me like I. Love these books. Obviously, I love these authors but I don't think that's that that is me can I can do? So I kind of actually followed in the fall footsteps in my father like what did Biz Adnan or major fight that All all along I did like I love books nevertheless like I loved. Just, the world of books in how it could take away bean escape. I, looking back I didn't do realize that. I did right when I was anchor I never thought much of it but I did right. just refine. Journal or diary land in Middle School. My teacher had speed. The Martian chronicles by Ray, Bradbury. I really liked the book It's budget short stories sort of like said on Mars in then. So her prompt was your own little Martian chronicles on chapter. And having super excited as. Oh. My Gosh is this homework like this can't be homework? This is actually fun. Did that and I didn't think much of it entered it. I was like a penis assignment. That another instance to that like I think this in fifth grade where we did the committee evil medieval course. I also had to write for that class to end up writing like. Twenty K. word count on. The Story? And super excited about that. But then I never thought about it like elevated could be career. Because all I saw Romney was like business medical health care. Fields so might say loss. Eastern. American conduct. Exactly. which you know I still have my day job. Of course in my day job was actually working out really well right now but I I graduated college. I started started day job and. I've been working before you know like I am. Worked Rosen Yogurt shop in high school in like I did internships and stuff like that I worked in the job through college. But my first day job I sat down as her working has. GotTa be more to life than this. Has To. Be. So. Like go back and forth nine to five day job GonNa Commute. Drive home. There's something missing. That job was the right job for me for one company was on the right bit but. I realized I didn't do something more like a Passion Hobby And so I was like, well, obviously like I love books. So maybe I can write like this for fun.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"I don't know like I- oddly really empathize with that even though she's Really. Cool. You mentioned robbery, but I. Phil Yeah. So the very ending scene. She and her dad and her brother. Stand against their wall for when the. Bomb Hits and they stand in different poses every day. So like what messages do we want to send to the people after this loop ends? What are they gonNA find us. And they WANNA. Make funny shapes so that like. When they get burned their it sort of leaves a shadow on the wall of kind of the outline of who they are and they're like ooh. I WANNA make it look like this and they sort of moving around. That's actually referenced to Ray Bradbury Story from like the early fifties. Called, there will come soft rains. and. It's it's a post apocalyptic story when they were all freaking out about the invention of the atomic bomb of I'm. After basically it's a scene a very eerie scene after bomb has gone off and you sort of this very mechanical house go about its day even though the owners aren't there. So like cooks breakfast cleaning, it makes tea in waters, the plants in whatever I'm reciting this poem. No there? At the very end of the story, you see the sort of shadows on the wall of where the owners used to be. So they basically burned. Alive in this sort of shadow. is what's left and so I feel like he's sort of. Playing with. that. Pretty well, known story I would say. It's taught in a lot of like short-story classes Who are people once the situation and the fact that they're do making the shadows on purpose to have fun you know. It's not like they were unsuspecting of it. Right? They're doing it to like be cute. Family outing they're like Ooh, what are we GONNA do today we're going to be animals do yoga poses. I had was very clever and I it's not like. It's pretty obvious reference, but if he never means it specifically. Yeah. So we only hit on like our. Top even call them top stories just the ones we were like most excited to talk about. A podcasting because we have also descended like question lightweight What is? In the not that green podcast content as sitting in thinking. So Yeah. There's a lot lights bitter super fascinating about. Can Violence Line in the spider SAIGA. Folks Hail Woven with a modern day story. against someone working. Kind of. Retail. Job But for hardware. Company. Harbor. Story. The hospital aware get super I'm a writer right about being a writer but it a really cool way. Lark street talks about abortion. Very. I've just keep saying interesting over ever and I can't think of a better attitude having because he is very original yet every all of his sort of. The way he approaches every single subject is like very clever something team before. Yeah. Like a pro at. He's a pro just thinking mashing if Xyz happened and then he just goes for totally. Incredible. In one of the interviews I read all Lincoln in the notes the heated with the Guardian. He said he had like. Eighty stories. One hundred something like that news like, yeah. But like seventy more, that's one of the not in this bug. That common thing you hear from writers, which is so truly you need a ride a lot before you get the best ones but. They're all salad. Often say of collections of there's. Not a single one that could be discarded in the bookstore standalone. The, knowing glance there are there are some the Aren't my favorite Shomron maybe but. They're all. Hit for those who this what would you recommend next? Yeah. I've got a couple. son by Lois lowry..

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GUI Pre Cap

Geeks Under the Influence

03:39 min | 1 year ago

GUI Pre Cap

"Hello everyone and welcome in use the Gui pre can recap. Going For the week of July Twenty, twenty, two one before it happens. My Name is Bruce let's start with G. Y. Pick the week. Actually I'm going to hold off on the pick of the week until we get to one more thing, you'll understand why in just a few minutes. For TV pages on Monday e has the premiere of hoarders and intervention. Nat Go has when sharks attack. This is the beginning of Shark Week. For Tuesday CBS has finale of game on Wednesday. Nothing Thursday NBC has the finale of Blindspot Fox has the finale of celebrity, Watch party and TBS has the premiere of lost resort on Friday CBS has the premiere of greatest at home videos. Because why not and paramount has been MMA live for Saturday. Hbo Has Premiere of Motherless Brooklyn amfar Sunday. Sifi has the premiere of wine owner URP for DVD's coming out this week. You've got scoop and capone for on Line Services Net flicks. You Have Jake Whitehall I'm only joking on the spectrum season. One St Food Latin America season, one fear city, New York versus the media season one. Sing on Spain season one offering to the storm. And the kissing booth to for Amazon Prime. You've got Jim. Pale tourist and radioactive. We've got no video games coming out this week, but we do have episodes of G. Y. coming out this week. At least things on the Gui network. Just go to Gyi. PODCAST DOT COM and check out and see what we've got for one more thing. For the first time in fifty years, Kahn or were forced to make a heartbreaking decision to cancel the annual celebration of comics and pop culture soon after the cancellation, they announced an online version set to launch July, twenty second, the official start date of the originally scheduled convention. The virtual event will exist on comic, Dash Con Dot Org, which is their website starting at nine am Pacific daylight time on Wednesday July twenty second this will transform to comic con at home. The redesign web page will be the means for all participants to access programming, online exhibit halls and various interactive events. Join the fun is the Comic Con Museum which has been long-planned an interactive component They began offering activities through comic Con Museum at home earlier this summer, and will continue through comic con at home weekend, and beyond Youtube will host over three hundred and fifty panels in programming as well as the twenty twenty Eisner Awards, the Online Exhibit Hall With Approximately Seven Hundred Exhibitors, and for fans of those gaming, those activities will be on the discord platform. COMECON will also be offering an online version of their souvenir. Book will be available for free. DOWNLOADABLE PDF starting on Wednesday July, twenty second, the two hundred sixty page book contains new art articles, celebrating various industries, including the one hundredth birthday of Ray, Bradbury and Ray Harry Hausen. This is the way you can celebrate San Diego Comic Con with outstanding all day in line to get into hall, age or the overabundance of CON funk.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Not in some heavily profound speech that the grandmother gives and to be honest while I have some issues wiz. I sing the body. Electric the twilight zone invasion. I still Kinda Kinda got the gist of the parts of the story. I don't think it was a major emission. So is the television movie better than the twilight zone episodes. I think I prefer the showroom seen in the twilight zone episode because it has a beautiful dark room and you could hypothesize that the show Joe Room itself was a product of the twilight zone but other than that I think that yes. The television movie tells the story better and the reason season I was keeping track of the timing in the episode earlier on. Was that what the television movie has that. The twilight zone lacks is time. Now the fabled listed story style of the best twilight zone episodes where things are pared down to their essence and told to us in such a way as to be deceptively. Simple is one of the great things about the show and it is one of Rod sailing special talents and by deceptively simple. I mean road. Sailing makes it look easy. Sometimes but it's not getting across to these huge aspects of the human condition in such a graceful way where you almost absorbed a message without realizing there is difficult to do you or maybe some things just can't be boiled down to a deceptively simple. They ballistic message. or at least maybe Ray Bradbury. He couldn't boil it down to a deceptively simple fable the electric grandmother. TV Movie Way because when the grandmother tans up the time that she talks about having for the children is also time that we all have with them as of this story in whatever form it takes is is meant to talk on the heartstrings and the twilight zone vision is nice but I think it struggles to do that for me because the time she spends with the children is about ten minutes of screen time. And it's just not enough on an even needs a rare mid episode Rod serling narration and the last one he did made episode. I believe to try and get that attachment to hair across as of this moment. The Wonderful Electric Grandmother moved into the lives of children find she became integral put and she became the essence. As of this moment.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"Way uh so perhaps on the surface you can see that? Where is everybody and the silent? Towns are both based on quiet quiet deserted towns but to be honest that's pretty much where the similarity ends clearly in the twilight zone one. The setting is a complete mystery. The main character does know who he is. He doesn't know where he is. And we don't know those things I are there and when the truth is revealed contains out that he was never really there at all now in the silent towns. It's Tom Dan. That's been evacuated and a minor from the hills was clearly not part of that evacuation while both stories can San themselves else with solitude and loneliness to a degree as it goes on Ray. Bradbury's tale becomes a lot more humorous because the main character adores. Find a woman in a far of town and they speak by phone initially but then when they find each other he finds them to be completely -pletely incompatible while road sailings tail is concerning itself with people's need for companionship. And how so. That's how we're really made ray Bradbury's is actually a riff on the saying. I wouldn't marry you if you're the last man on is put put the genders of flipped because it's a case of the male protagonist meeting this woman and then pretty much saying that he wouldn't marry her even though. Oh she's the last woman on Mars and it does become a story about saying that sometimes being alone doesn't necessarily mean that you are lonely now. The silent towns was actually adopted for Ray Bradbury Theater so as an exercise why not go and check out when it is every body and then check out the silent towns on Ray Bradbury Theater and see how similar they really are and if we are comparing hearing stories I would say that a more similarities with this story. The story of this fantastical woman this nanny. This grandmother ten and go up and having a profound effect on the life of this family especially the children with another very similar tale of that kind. Mary poppins now disappoint Mary. poppins the Disney movie hadn't been made but the Mary poppins books had been made for several years change Mary poppins.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on Drunk Librarians Podcast

Drunk Librarians Podcast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Drunk Librarians Podcast

"What we've been reading recently been warned. There are spoilers here so in every episode title include librarian who was reviewing the book as well as the title. So it's something. You really wanna say spoiler freon i advise you. Click on it. The only rule around this podcast simple. It's one we stick to. Its one we firmly believe in no growing up. Welcome to the pre show pre game. This is where we tell you what is supposed to happen on this week's episode before we're too far gone on this episode librarian be is talking about ray bradbury's something wicked this way comes. Obviously i've never read it. I think it must be classic because it got its guy's name on it but enjoy and.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Mars as Ray Bradbury tells it in his famous signs fiction story Mars is heaven. Mobile Wilmington, tremendous. The seat of the takeoff in the debt of New Mexico, Mexico. London. This is Stuart novas back in New Mexico. I'm standing here on the great steel observation platform, overlooking the takeoff stand as the moment departure draws near the whole area has been flooded with artificial light. It bathes spaceship in the kind of, of civil luminescence and surrounding it, and goping. This subdued hysteria of hundreds of thousands of people come to see the start of this incredible voyage of eighteen men in the rocket ship. The venture it standing there, pointing upward pointing to heavens and in a few minutes. It will bloom out into great flowers of heat and color shocked into space on man's first voyage to Mars, as, you know, ladies and gentlemen, prayers being said with these eighteen men and their ship. I men, but first chip do dare the voyage to another planet prayers being said by every creed in mosques, churches, synagogues the willed over we take you now to the basilica of Saint Paul's in Rome. Mexico again, with sorry to cut in, but that rule, you're hearing, the roar crowd. It's the moment we've been waiting for him. I can see the crew adventure walking up the catwalk that leads to the spaceship, the men are entering, now now the escape hatches closed. Now the men are in the ship this silence. This is great awful. Silence of the crowd. It's the voiceless prayer that's an every hard. They're about ready. Now, some lights, just blinked on and off. It's a signal in just a few seconds of. Humour. Standby standby. Gone, the venture it's out of sight. US venture when our from a destination Mars has heavy side layer without incident rate of speed hundred fifty thousand miles problem planet Mars at its poses point to where thirty five million miles calculation avoids to be roughly three and a half days. Captain John black master. US Rocketship adventure, twelve hours from a while. Navigating soup attention atmosphere. Ick forces for Chiel generator broke down replaced by boosting. Yes. Ten in less reporting come in. As a report on the trajectory put it on my desk. Eight isn't how do you feel? You just wonderful, sir sitting up observation to it. I, I don't know just how to say sites. I mean, moons close and earth looking like. And mars. You really think we'll make it. Who is it? Oh, I'm just sitting here thinking, wow. Don't think about it too much sleep instead in need all the sleeping. Get hosts leaps who sleeps has no way of knowing what's waiting for him. What got us through the port hopes? I'm mars. How would you describe it that littering blob red man's good enough? We'll it consume us spew out dust out into space. Maybe it's Elision fields all charm and sweetness and moonlight shining on the restless dead, which will it be some, I don't know. All I know is that they told me I was an expert in space medicine at Randolph field on a plot of ground. Call texas. They told me all I know what are you doing up is supposed to be on the sack? Well, captain sometimes a man can't sleep. Sometimes. So I just wanted us the ship check on the boys seat tucked in properly. That's what you were doing with me. No, no, no. I, I just made them do. It's what made them volunteer. Man keeps looking presenting. No new frontiers now only new worlds. There'll always be men who want to conquer them..

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Also, maybe by virtue of still being freaking naked and just draped under some crumpled sheets again that you know, makes her lighter and lets her rise toward alertness and awakeness and randomly grabbing road. Maybe she's just cold in reaching for a blanket. Oh that could be it or you know, rogues like probably pretty hot and sweaty in that full body costume that. She wears all the time. So maybe Bella Donna's just trying to like get it on some of that body heat. Yes. He's just going the nearest source of heat liquor reptile. Okay. There we go. Bella Donna is a naked partially coma. Toast reptile. So this isn't technically related to any of this. But I realized last night that while the rhymes don't work out. You can sing bread and lizards to the tune of bread and roses. I I can confidently state that I've never thought of that before. Yeah. Well, now, you know. Well, that brings us to gambit number four fief of time. You're in that novel. The thief of always that was kind of Clarke Clive Barker doing early Ray Bradbury. Oh, yeah. That had the holiday house, right? I think they adapted that into a comic awhile back never read it. I think so. Yes, then likewise. Well, anyway in Gabon number four rather than in Clive Barker's. The fief of always gambit is crouching dramatically atop the spires of the church of lost thieves. That's what is called the church of lost thieves. This is like some the crow level over rottenness. And I am fucking on board. Okay, miles. Having recently seen the crow. I can tell you for a fact that nothing is over rod as the crow actually that's not sure the crows actually slitting less overwrought than I remember to having been, but it's still pretty overwrought. Yeah. Does it hold up? It does actually holds up really astonishingly. Well, mostly Brandon Lee's performance in it is just phenomenal. And I remembered watching it as a teenager, and knowing that he died making it and having my perception of how brilliant in romantic, it was totally totally shaded by that. But as a cynical adult, I was actually still really really impressed in. It's it's yeah. And again, it's interesting watching it as an adult with more knowledge of. How story works in? How movies were too because you can see the places that are shot around or that are are are working around the stuff that they couldn't shoot because of his death. But yet, it's actually a remarkably solid movie all things considered it home in will. I should give that a rewatch at some point. I don't think I've seen that since the nineteen ninety s yet. It's actually streaming on Netflix, which is how we ended up some blame across it and rewatching it. Nice. Well, anyway, not on Netflix. But in the church of loss thieves Julian is waiting inside with the one vial of the elixir of life that he'll ready has he's waiting for the thief Pierre to come in having presumably stolen the thieves own vibe. But gambit apparently already intercepted Pierre having stolen the vile that Pierre was taking from the fiv skilled gambit also managed to use his sexy thief skills to grab the vial that Candra had from between Canada's breasts now gambit has two vials and quickly plucks the third from Julian's hands..

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Email from someone that said sounds a little like Ray Bradbury's, the veldt do you? Remember that story. I I love love love Ray Bradbury, and the Veld happens to be my favorite really do. Remember the for those who've never read Ray Bradbury. And if you have it, you really should the man is a genius. But the veldt is about a family growing up in the future where they have a smart house. It's kind of creepy now because I thought about in a long time, but they're growing up in a smart house that does everything for them. They it cleans itself cooks dinner, and it has a room called the nursery for the kids, and it's a sensually holiday, and the kids are fascinated with the scene of this African savannah with all these lions in it. And the moms starts to get concerned that the kids aren't living in the real world. And that this house has replaced the family structure and all these different things. And she says to her husband was called psychologists or psychiatrists psychiatrist comes in and says you guys got to get. Out of this house for the health of your family. So they say great, we're going the kids say can we have one more day in the nursery, and the parents say, okay. So the kids go back into the nursery their parents come into get in. They locked their parents in the neighbor in the nursery and they get eaten by lions. And it's a fantastic story. It's really I totally spoiled the ending and didn't tell anybody I was going to spoil the ending. But it goes to the point that exactly the point we're making that the holiday becomes intoxicating and that kind of power you don't wanna leave it behind. I mean, we're seeing now with kids who are physically coming unglued if they don't have their tablet or their phones in their hands. This is a real thing. And one of the things that we were just saying off the air in the show off the air about the show on the air. Is that people Dave what did you say Dave about how amazing this could be you could go and learn from Einstein you could go and learn you could turn like the internet. It depends on what you're looking for. You can find pretty much anything. For Naga fee to the highest literary knowledge you can find. Today that the internet is a place where I can go right now and practically how to do brain surgery. If that's what I wanted to know. And yet the number one traffic sites on the internet or pornography and any. Any any technique? New technology always VHS technology started with pornography. They all start there. It's always at the cutting edge technology for some reason. Well, you could also have the higher things. Yeah. Let's say you were really into science, and well, I wanna go to a class taught by Albert Einstein actually in the flesh. And I could ask him questions anything I want you could do that. But he's not in the flesh to Mark. Our our caller are mine are just waiting twenty years, and it'll be don't wanna make out with Albert Einstein. So you don't really care if he's actually you can. You never know. Great guy. Not that. There's anything wrong with that. I throw that out there as well. No. But but I see here's the thing. I've I've long maintained. And I think this is a very smart point, by the way, by me technology moves faster than we can. And it takes longer for us to figure out the ethics around that technology than it does the technology to advance, and we see it. Now, we're seeing on social media think about what a short period of time, we have had social media, and yet we have managed to make it a sewer a gutter of hatred, and vitriol and nonsense. So we've proven the human nature does not necessarily rise to the top. But it's it drops right down to our most base instincts. And that's where I get concerned about the holiday 'cause you know, you could actually have people going to war with other countries in the holiday where they end up being a dictator of the whole world. How do you go from that to being a guy who works in an office cubicle? How do you go from leader of the world to? Yeah. Could I get your cover at your TPS reports? I mean, it just it's there's a huge disconnect there, and I I don't see it ending. Well, unlike our.

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"ray bradbury" Discussed on Endless Thread

Endless Thread

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"ray bradbury" Discussed on Endless Thread

"Talking with us. It's been a pleasure. Thank you for bringing. This fascinating story here. Then our Hugh planning a murder what's going on over there. Look guys. It's just important information to have. Okay. And I guess that's a nice way to transition to the very last bit of all of this. This whole story is strange as it is might be too. Good to be true. It might be fake. Yeah. And there are a couple reasons for this for one are bradberry. Nineteen twenty won't talk to us. And there are a few explanations for that. I mean, they said in one of their updates that they actually got a settlement from their landlord who didn't turn out to be an apartment creeper. But may have been the reason the apartment didn't have the proper detectors, and that settlement might have a clause in it that prevents bradberry. Nineteen twenty from talking to people like us because that landlord might still be a landlord. But then there are the conspiracy theories to one that the username itself is kind of a sly reference to carbon monoxide as a result of LA. Lots of forms of combustion combustion being a pretty key part of Ray Bradbury's book Fahrenheit, four fifty one. Like, maybe this is a kind of very well disguised PSA for making sure you have a carbon monoxide detector in your house. We asked Deborah Plum about this connection. I'm not all creeped off by the Ray Bradbury part of it. I mean, Ray Bradbury wrote. Some really interesting troubling stories. I wasn't thinking just of flare height four five one. But I was thinking of something wicked this way comes and that would be a very interesting title for a story like this. Right. But Ray Bradbury's science was absolutely grounded paper really does burn it for hundred and fifty one degrees Fahrenheit. So I think if you could say nothing else you'd say he'd loves the story. So Deborah doesn't smell a conspiracy. But what about Ken Roach? The guy who seemed very available to talk to us. But who also seemed to suggest details that we had really found in some of our red sifting. Yeah. Also, he says he's a Ray Bradbury fan. He's got some Bradbury's books in his boat up in the cabin where he almost died of carbon monoxide poisoning. It all seems almost too perfect. But we asked can straight up. How do we know? That you and our bradberry. Nineteen twenty aren't actually the same person it you'll good point. It never really thought about that as Fahrenheit four five one involving combustion. I understand they're doing a movie about it. Another new movie, I think Michael Jordan is in it. So I'm excited about that. Are you part of the marketing team for the movie that's coming out? Nope. But I saw it on our slash movies. But how how can you tell this wasn't some great conspiracy that I was posting both sides of it. I suppose you can't. I like to think that if I was there would be more drama of. That, you know, the there would be a first second third act of there will be a hero's journey of. Instead. There's just being this this person out there with a poorly ventilated bedroom. There's a bunch of top comments that are that are funny. I just kinda wanna get your reaction to them. One of them. Is sounds like you caq big time. He may have just saved your life. Glad you figured it out. And then the reaction to that is that's because he had adequate ventilation and then reaction to that was enough to air it all out, but a he just needed to vent some, and then the reaction to that is and this is where the red part of read it comes in. It does doesn't it? The continuous series of puns makes me wonder if the whole thing's populated by Canadians. I think we should go. Visit Ken and his wife in their dog on their boat. Like, we could read some Ray Bradbury stories out loud by candlelight. Okay. Just gotta make sure you turns off the stove. Wait, you guys don't wanna wake up confused and naked and covered. In poop. You're on your own with that. I'm all most set. All right. Well, friendly reminder, folks, install those carbon monoxide detectors this episode of endless thread was paid for by the coalition of concerned Americans who are totally against carbon monoxide just

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