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Pietrangelo gets winner for Golden Knights in OT over Wild
"Alex Pietrangelo scored one fifty three into overtime to send the golden knights past the wild three to the translocation or the credit for his goal to Alex talk three one three if you can find a whole find a pocket you're gonna have a good chance of documentary pasturing the soul the shot no luck it was that was a great play by and Chandler Stephenson had a second period goal and Reilly Smith furnish the tying score late in the third for Vegas after Kerr real caprice up scored two goals in it too tense band midway through the period for the wild Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty six shots for the west leading knights who are five points ahead of the third place wild can tablet made thirty one saves for Minnesota which went five wanted to against Vegas this season I'm Dave very
O'Reilly's Hat Trick Leads Blues Past Avalanche 5-3
"Ryan Reilly had a hat trick as the blues beat the avalanche for the first time in six meetings this season five three all right we found the empty net for his third goal of the game and twentieth of the season with one thirty five remaining it was his second hat trick of the season and third of his career just a side note we only looked every shift you know just get lost in the game just be relentless and you could just feel terrible I just kept going Adam and then you'll get a good bounce on the first goal and gonna start this today to get to get going Mike Hoffman and Ivan barbershop also scored for St Louis and Jordan Bennington had twenty eight saves as the blues snapped a three game skid David mackinnon scored a pair of goals for the ABS who ended a five game winning streak at loss for just the second time in regulation since March eighth I'm Dave very
Steel, Jones lead Ducks to 4-1 win over Blues
"John Gibson turned back thirty three shots and the ducks won for just the second time in nine games by knocking off the blues for one Gibson kept Anaheim ahead after Sam steel Max Jones scored in the second period get some blank Saint Louis until Ryan o'reilly tallied midway through the third but a pair of empty netters clinched it for the ducks Jordan Bennington stopped twenty of twenty two shots for St Louis the blues have dropped three straight and eight of ten they remain fourth in the west division eight points behind the first place golden knights I'm Dave Ferrie
Alderman Brendan Reilly optimistic about Chicago's food industry
"Pandemic cost Chicago up to 20% of its restaurants, but Alderman Brendan Riley sees the light at the end of the tunnel for the food industry. He tells WGN's ended of losses. He sees an economic revival and possibly more think business. People are planning ahead and have done the research and they understand this is a good time to reinvest and try and start up a new business. We saw this happen. Turn of the century in the 19 hundreds after the major flu pandemic of 1918 you know the roaring twenties, the state will allow a capacity increase for businesses once it moves that bridge phase after Phase four.
Human Factors on the other side of the world
"And welcome to this episode of twelve to human factors podcast. I'm nothing slightly. Because i've been playing around with the new gadget and actually be playing the intro before the start of a recording session where normally i'm cutting afterwards This focused is a bit special for me. Because actually it's going to be the third we've ever had a guest and it's a gentleman who used to work with in early career. It's actually real delight to be able to catch up with somebody. So i want you all to cowbridge. Welcome cal thank you now to say yes. It's it's been. It has been way too long. Tallies the director of age of x which is a human factors consultancy based out in new zealand. And that's where he's talking to his Today he's a A member of the human factors ergonomics society of new zealand ways. Also been past president and he's also a fellow of the charge into economic and human factors here in the uk. So thank you very much for making time to chat today. It's absolutely fantastic. It's it's early in the morning for you at the moment. is that right. Nine o'clock nine. That's still in the morning. Yes relaxing get at least it took about organizations. Look at niebuhr tried to work out exactly where we were in the county. I actually had to do maths. Partido my strongest point and the year as well yes. He does not harmful. It's absolute fantastic to catch up so the audience. Could you just give a quick rundown on. What is he doing now. So what you enroll in What do you get up to okay So as far as already said i run a company called hatchbacks limited and saturday with huma practice consultancy. that's based oakland and the Consultants dotted elaborate country. Also complete news in australia and the a lot of the work. A lot of the work that we are doing at the moment is is. i suppose. It's focused if you can imagine a general project lock saad Very much focused on suppose the more often than not test inside of things so So usually we get cold into either test new technology. That's already been deployed which is not ideal obviously o'reilly We may well begin. Possibility and more requirements are suppose requirements looking at gaps analysis. You Kicking off a project. That's g that's generally the the bulk of the The area where we are that being said in congress too much detail by working such project to the where we have been involved victims from taiwan and To some rapid prototype in some testing on in the process now of of just kicking off the final aspect may trial at the new technology. Selectiveness generally what it can be quite varied quite a rarity. Isn't it to pick up the product right from the beginning of which we preach and evangelize about human factors should be throughout. It is still much more rare than than i would like. Yeah yeah so. Before we get into the project you get into all that type of thing we are talking through still through the pandemic. It's still kicking around but also new zealand is being you've done within a very different way too. Many of the other countries you personally you clearly have done. All the countries are you've dealt with it very differently. How you found working through. Code fatty extremely hard. And i don't thing that many of us human factors people using that have an easy ride from its own. I can't speak for everybody personally. And what i found was a lot of projects guts canceled Projects got delayed And that was not necessarily affecting too badly because they had naturally stocked. it's out in some cases. Been an opportunity that was in the pipeline over native really. Was the name on the dotted line in that nine. Never came Really for me. I don't tend to think that we've got work until that names on the doc- lab because of the years that you can think that you've got something and then right at the eleventh hour. Somebody changes the martin. Some corporate decisions might control
Smith's OT goal lifts Golden Knights to 5-4 win over Blues
"Reilly Smith scored a power play goal in overtime to lead the Vegas golden knights to a five four win over the St Louis blues Friday night Marc Andre Fleury made nineteen saves hours after being removed from cover nineteen protocol did what was determined to be a false positive test Smith says this knights team is well equipped to handle the challenges of plane during a pandemic group it is pretty good I just expecting the inevitable this year you know you never really know what's gonna happen the next day and we do a good job rolling with the punches Vegas sits atop the west division with thirty five points two ahead of St Louis in Minnesota who have each played more games David Solomon St Louis
Data and AI in the state of North Dakota, Interview with Dorman Bazzell, CDO of North Dakota
"Today with us. Our guest is dorman basell. Who is the chief data officer for the state of north dakota so high doormen and thanks for joining us today. Kathleen ron thank you for the opportunity. Either to hang out with you guys for a little bit. Yeah we'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role as the chief data officer for the state of north dakota. Sure sure well. Good morning everyone So my my background is You know went to college. Got a degree in computer science mathematics and then when often like everyone else When i lived in saint louis you. It was kind of a requirement. You had to work for mcdonnell. Douglas which is now boeing corporation. So did that for it. But but then after a while Got got involved in consulting and worked my way up through the Consulting ranked says developer and they as a project manager is the data architect the solution architect and then finally got into a position of driving business intelligence and analytics for a couple of large international consulting firms where ran their north america. Big data and the i practice And the great ride. A thoroughly enjoyed all of the things we did. I think we added a lot of value to Our customers which was private industry And had great teams Had a strong onshore team strong offshore kimes and delivered a lot of value. But i think two years ago Over two years ago. When i applied for this position as the chief data officer At first i really didn't want position Didn't like the idea of state government state government has has a bad connotation Of kind of a nine to five job And a people people who just weren't really motivated to To move the world change the world and my boss who i interviewed my off. Now the cio. Sean reilly Who i interviewed with his his final comment to me was well. I can't pay what you make today. But are you wanna paycheck or do want to change the world. And i had never thought about life that way. Never tried to change the world and So i decided to take on this opportunity This was the first chief data officer position for the state of north dakota so there were a lot of unknowns Certainly certainly my presence Was a bit chaotic for the organization. Because i came in with a completely different agenda and completely different way of looking at the world through the eyes of the pillars that are assigned a line to me which application development and automation. And the second pillar is data analytics data science artificial intelligence and had some very different opinions about those things. And how we might move those forward So as i became involved with this role i became an. I had made an assumption that every state had a chief data officer come to find out there are only twenty seven of us out of fifty states So it's it's an interesting It's an interesting mix of of individuals who are chief data officers and getting to know them is. It has been a really amazing opportunity because they have such a very backgrounds and they bring such such different perspectives to cheap date officer role I like to joke and tell people that the last thing i focus on data which is obviously not true but but my real focus is really around cultural change within the city physician and what that means in the context of not not necessarily data. Because i have to executives are on my team who Are just are just brilliant at running the operations and managing the two pillars within my organization.
John Reilly, actor known for 'General Hospital,' has died
"Actor John Riley has died. His daughter announced his death on Instagram this weekend. Riley was best known for his role is Sean Donnelly on General Hospital. He was 84. We're
Pro-Trump mob storms the US Capitol, touting 'Stop the Steal'
"And four people have died in the ransacking of the us congress so we've seen unprecedented violence and chaos in washington overnights. Donald trump supporters invaded the. Us capitol building. They were trying to stop. The confirmation of joe biden as the next president schools of them broke into the building and roamed the corridors of congress. One female trump supporter was shot. Dead by police. Three others died in what were called medical emergencies. Tens of thousands more gathered outside. They were backing. The president's false claims of election victory he deli told the crowds to stop the steel alloy. Us said it's a ben. Reilly smith scott a full recap of how events on folded. It was adult day for american democracy. Then we've got two pieces of analysis. Tim stanley on how the republicans and now the policy of chaos and rosa print sauce. Can the us heal from these shameful scenes. What's next then well. Us cavernous officials have reportedly discussing ways to remove the president. You can follow all the action in our live
If I Could Bottle Up One Gift For You: On Self-Compassion by Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui
"If i could bottle up one gift for you on self compassion by krista o'reilly davey of life in progress dot ca the best way to ditch self-doubt and walk in confidence. Is the practice self compassion. Self compassion is fundamental to living with purpose health and joy and for sustainable in meaningful growth. Self compassion is also a key tool and learning to quiet. The noise of comparison perfectionism in fear. Let me tell you how. According to kristin neff associate professor in the university of texas at austin department of educational psychology and creator of the self compassion scales widely used in research. Self compassion involves treating oneself with kindness and understanding when facing suffering self kindness seeing ones failures as part of the human condition than feeling isolated common humanity and having a balanced awareness of painful thoughts and emotions. Mindfulness sounds amazing. Right self compassionate self esteem are not the same thing when compared in research self compassion predicted more stable feelings of self worth then self esteem and was less attached to specific outcomes. This is what i mean. When i say i hold things loosely or say open up to joyful possibility self compassion was also linked to less social comparison public self consciousness. Self rumination in anger talk about freedom. We can absolutely be compassionate toward others even when lacking in self compassion. The research bears this out. However i am convinced that to show up fully to life including choosing to receive the fullness of gifts and beauty that life has to offer including the opportunities to stretch and grow and thrive even in the midst of challenges. Self compassion is a must self compassion leads to less self judgment in lower depressive symptoms increases resilience and a sense of capacity and because as a direct and immediate positive on our psycho physiological experience of stress alpha emily's activity heart rate variability and interleukin six response and also leads to improve health behaviors and overall physical health reduction in perceived stress means that people respond to their personal failures struggles in difficult circumstances with kind forgiving attitude. I suspect is also tied to a more hopeful attitude because self compassion also makes way for a growth mindset carol dewick as college professor at stanford university teaches about growth mindset which is tied to neuro plasticity in the understanding that abilities and intelligence can be developed having a growth mindset boost resilience positive emotions and a person's capacity bounce back quickly from struggle failure or loss self compassion and a growth mindset are required for us to become the fullest healthiest versions of ourselves self-improvement. I prefer becoming requires a realistic assessment of who and how we are of both our strengths and limitations. We must get honest about who we are where we are are stories and struggles and our gifting to i. We need to see until the truth about who we are. Then we can take positive action to move closer to who and how we choose to be yet another benefit of practicing self compassion and of a growth mindset is that it helps us live with courage. We become less afraid of failure. We know that failure is normal. Were able to work toward meaningful goals without attaching our worthiness to the outcome. We are less worried about judgment from self or others and his opens the way for us to try experiment. Risk be honest. Do hard things. And so on bernard brown professor at the university of houston and researcher. On the topics of courage vulnerability shame speak to the ordinary courage. A speaking from our hearts and living wholeheartedly. She teaches at courage as a requirement for a living. Our best lives because to do so requires greed wilner ability and even risk. We will get hurt. We will face rejection or challenges and without self compassion. We are unlikely to choose this path. Self compassion also allows us to see differently. It helps us see ourselves as messy and complex rather than broken or in progress as opposed to bad or a failure. It makes room for joyful possibility and all or something instead of an all or nothing perspective. Self compassion is essential for learning to embrace our imperfection or common humanity. Even having a sense of humor about it for making peace with a messiness of life and picking up joy anyway why does walking and self compassion matter to you number. One research demonstrated slightly lower self compassionate and women compared to men but women reported higher compassion for others compared to men rate your level of self compassion from one to ten and take note of your response check in periodically in note any shifts number. Two what are your immediate feelings and thoughts that surface when reading about this topic notice any sensations in your body right down the thoughts. You're having notice if you're feeling resistance or openness to the idea of offering yourself the gift of self compassion number three pull out a notebook and pen or head out for me entering walk as he spend time reflection. Consider examples from your life where you are not being kind to yourself for kind as he like. Think about how life would feel differently if you committed to living with self compassion number four. Why you think learning and practicing self compassion and self kindness matters to you. What are your motivations for growing healing or becoming in this area number five. Consider the roots of your current patterns of thought and behavior was self compassion model to you. What stories you grow believing about yourself key. Think of an event or life experience. They made you believe that treating yourself kindly was wrong or selfish number six. Do you have role models in life. Which draws you to them. List out the characteristics about them you admire and or want to grow in yourself to think about how living from a place of self compassion might help you move closer to the vision of who and how you want to be number seven if there's one area of your life that you most want to change name it and write it down to acknowledge it. Then as we move through the month consider how to apply the information. We're learning to that specific issue or area of your life. May this be a year of gentle growth letting go of what no longer serves in deepening. Your roots of self awareness and self compassion.
Motherhood with Rachel Reilly Villegas
"Your daughter is four. How have you been preparing her for baby brother to come? That is a great question because I keep asking people what to do. you know, I. I feel like we're really lucky were very active family we live in. La. So there's so much to do. We've been going on like we've been really trying to spend a lot of time with her and my husband and I have really been trying to make her feel really important throughout this whole pregnancy so that she doesn't feel like the baby's coming in he's going to be more important are going to need more time because I just assume that one's baby comes that it is going to be a full time. I don't know fulltime thing where she might feel like a little left out I've been getting advice from all my girlfriends and from the Internet and. Basically people are like you just need to get like get some presents like do some activities make her feel special like include her May. Take her shopping and let her by the stuff for the baby So that's kind of what we've been trying to do I keep telling her you know, oh, your baby brothers going to need all your how he's going to need you to feed him and he's going to need you to help with the clothes and help with the pacifier and all that fun stuff. Some trying to include her. That's the best advice that I've gotten. So I don't know you maybe you have better mice. New Baby. I do. I. Only have one and it has been a trip. I was just telling Rachel right before the show that. I'm just filling in the thick of it right now, I don't know what's going on I mean this lot. So I had issues with the tongue tie with her so we had to get those released. Last week, and so since then she's just been really upset and I can understand why and. But it kind of comes and goes and she had a couple of good days and now it's just like she's just crying so much and it's just really really hard. So I know that we want to add more kids to the mix right now I just can't wrap my head around it because I'm like, oh my gosh this this little human it's I. Feel so bad for her too. It's like I'm still trying to read her cues right? So she's crying and I'm like are you just pissed off? Does your stomach hurt does your mouth? Like, you know, are you tired like, what can I do? Oh. Oh. Dory gets better. And I it took me three years before I was like, okay we can have another one. I just needed that time I took two years off of work also because I was like I thought with my I I was like you know I just need to focus all my attention on her and I need her to be feeling really comfortable but now with. My second. I'm like I'm already ready to you know we'll see what happens because have don't have the second one yet but I'm like I don't know I feel like it's it's going to be totally different story than it was the first but don't worry after three months when they start sleeping through the night, you're going to be like Oh this is like you know. Way Better. I remember. My first time, I got to go to the gym after it was like I think like a month or maybe like a few like three weeks after she was born and I got to go to the gym by Myself I. Got to take a shower by myself. I went the Sauna. I had a day at the SPA. And the most amazing day ever. So you'll get there don't worry. Yeah. For sure and I feel like she was a lot easier in those first few weeks. So like I would I remember the first time I washed my hair and shaved my legs during one shower sessions you know. Exactly I am woman. Now it's like you have to pick and choose like what am I going to do today today had to wash my hair so that was it. Really for sure I know and everyone says it gets easier. Everyone's like three like three to four months and then they're six months and then the newborn stage is just a blur. You know it's Better. Up. The and that's what I'm like I'm nervous about because I remember it being so hard I just remember not sleeping and I remember thinking in my head. Okay. This just it goes by so fast but it goes by it takes forever while it's actually happening. kind of that's what I'm kind of nervous about. So I'm like, okay I need to just kind of try to make it as easy for myself as possible and you know not put pressure on myself but. Yeah. But the same token I'm such A. Like crazy overachiever I'm like I'm going to be able to do twenty different million things because who cares tickets you know? No big deal. Yeah. You'll get back to that though you know like. Once you adjust and get the hang of it you'll be like, okay. Yeah. No big deal. Yeah exactly.
11 Trivia Questions on Missing Creature Movie Titles
"All right guys missing creatures written by Luke McKay. Here's question number one we have blank rider from two thousand, seven number one blank writer from two thousand, seven number one. Number to an American blank in London from nineteen one number two un-american blank in London nineteen, eighty one. Amber three, we have the last blank hunter from two thousand, fifteen number three, the last blank hunter from two thousand fifteen. And number four blank house from two thousand, six, number, four blank house from two, thousand six. Question Five, a blank in central park from nineteen, ninety-four, a blank in central park from nine, hundred four. Question number six, Cirque du Freak the blanks assistant from two thousand, nine number six, Cirque du Freak the blanks assistant from two, thousand nine. Number seven young blank from nine, hundred, seventy, four, young blank from Nineteen seventy-four number. Seven And number eight pride and prejudice and blank from two thousand, sixteen, number eight pride and prejudice and blank from two thousand. Sixteen. Question, number nine, the blank returns from two thousand, one number nine, the blank returns from two thousand one. And number ten blank to the new batch from nineteen ninety number ten blank to new batch from nine, hundred ninety. Your bonus. Two point question here from Luke McKay says, what is the name of an upcoming two thousand and twenty one film starring Millie Bobby Brown and Alexander Skarsgard which will feature to iconic movie monsters battling on the big screen Millie Bobby Brown. Alexander Skarsgard and two thousand and twenty one film to iconic movie monsters battling on the big. Screen. Those are all of your questions for this missing creature movie title round. We'll be right back in just a second to see if you've got them all. We are back with the answers to missing creatures for movie titles from Luke McKay. Let's see how you did number one blank rider from two thousand seven was ghost rider Nicholas, cage Johnny Blaze I. Never saw one or two but maybe you did ghostwriter two, thousand seven number to an American Werewolf in London nineteen eighty-one not to be confused with an American Werewolf in Paris from nineteen ninety-seven number two, nine, hundred, eighty, one American Werewolf in. London. Number three the last witch hunter Palance witch-hunter, Hunter from two thousand, fifteen last witch hunter and number four Monster House that was a kids animated movie from two thousand six Monster House number five, a troll in Central Park Nineteen ninety-four. That was another kind of not talked about animated kids. Movie Number Five, a troll in Central Park Nineteen ninety-four number six DU freak the vampire's assistant two thousand. Nine. John C Reilly number six vampires assistant number seven young Frankenstein from one thousand nine, hundred ninety four, young Frankenstein and number eight pride and prejudice and zombies believe directed by Natalie Portman From and sixteen number eight pride and prejudice and zombies number nine, the mummy returns Brennan Frazier Two Thousand One and number ten gremlins to the new batch nineteen ninety the bonus for two points. What's the name? The upcoming Twenty Twenty one film starring Millie Bobby Brown Alexander Skarsgard which will feature to iconic movie monsters battling on the big screen that is Godzilla vs Kong Godzilla vs Kong
Life in Front of the Lens
"Hey. Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo I'm your host, Fredericton Johnson. Today. On this interview I'm talking with Mal, reilly jade about well first of all, she's written a book called in front of the lands in it. Sort of goes into the the world of a model in front of the Lens and some important tips and tricks on how we as photographers behind the lens can have a more successful relationship that results in great photos. So she's put that together. So I thought it would. Be Great to have a discussion about that and talk about it. You know what are the pluses? What are the minuses where the landmines for photographers that are looking to get into this genre photography? You know shooting models and it's it's it could be a minefield especially in these days with the metoo movement and all that a lot of photographers a move into this genre, but don't for fear of doing or saying the wrong thing. So Riley is here to help us hopefully not step on any landmine. They. Well, welcome to the show how are you doing and get. Thank you. Thanks for having me on here. Yeah. Yeah I'm excited to dive into this topic. This is like I said a little intro there. This is obviously an important topic and photographers deb you look at all these gorgeous images of beautiful women in magazines and online etcetera and they dream of one day shooting like that. You know. But the hurdle to get to that as a where do you find people? You know there's a lot of amateur models but not a whole lot of professional models that that that know how to pose I wanNA talk about that, and then also some of the. Pitfalls that photographers should avoid win trying to shoot this kind of genre. So let's let's start with just a little bit of history on you. So Riley Jade, who are you in where are you from and what brought you to this world of modeling? Yes I must trillion. And side muddling about eight years ago Mazda Uni and I just did as a hubby about full years and then I started to get into more paid work and yeah when Kobe not happening I'm traveling around and around the world. Shooting which I absolutely love. So Yan and obviously during lockdown I was stuck in one place so I decided to put. Together. And how's it going? How's it going so far? Yeah. It's honestly going so much better than I expected. I hit one hundred styles not long ago and I had so much amazing feedback which is what's really important. So yeah, really scared we'll let let's to help get the word out about it because I think it's like I said I think it's a really important topic for photographers to sort of understand how to move into that genre. So let let's talk about that a little bit. So you've been photographed many many many times you've worked with many many many photographers of all skill levels I'm sure. Out of all the people you've work with what are some of the some of the traits of the more successful photographers out there you know is it is it become Organi, their assertive or their collaborative would you feel the trade of the successful photographer? Say like the key to any successful she is communication and respect you know if you've got those two nil been, you're gonNA have a great shoot. Definitely. You said being a collaborative if it. You know no matter. Even if they took the race specific idea still including the models ideas hiring mannequin you hiring a person with ideas and experiences the IT'd be a waste not to you that. So definitely, like communication respect and having that sort of teen collaborative approach to shoot is key. Yeah and then that what does that collaboration look like? There's like you know when when the photographer first contacts you and says, Hey, you know that. Is it. That, they know what they want and they allow you to input your thoughts into what the the final shot is going to be or. Does it manifest differently. Ya. Think it depends on the type of you know if it's T.F. p. then it's obviously the models ideas really needs to be included. But you know if a photographer contact me for a page with a specific idea that collision comes in the fact that they still they get my agree I agree to those ideas really communicate them well. Is that okay with you excetera. So that's just not a big. Information Dump on me, it's back and forth communication like agree with that. And then we get to the shoot. Odd Do you have any ideas to add to this exemption it just really makes for a more enjoyable experience everyone and great sheets. Great shots. So yeah. Yeah. It should be fun. Right at the end of the day is should be doing a shoot should be you're having a good time you know it's work obviously, but it shouldn't be stressful or shouldn't be attitudes on set in that kind of thing if you had that kind of thing happened where you in the photographer. Just didn't gel in the final shots reflected. I get along with very much. But I think. The issue is when people micromanage. That sort of when it. makes it a bit hard. You know they don't give me a chance to even post it all this a movie hand up here and there, and so I think it's important just to you know you're hiring someone with experience and you know who knows what they're doing. So give them a chance to show you that anticipate of show the you this skills setting micromanaging is when it does kill shoot a bit.
Riley HR in 9th leads Atlanta Braves past Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 in NLCS opener
"Austin Reilly says he didn't even feel his legs running the bases after smacking a tiebreaking homer to lead off the ninth inning. I haven't get inside of it and do damage is huge for me. Riley tees off a four run burst and the Braves beat the Dodgers, 5 to 1 to win Game one of the National League Championship. Siri's Keep writing Rays manager Brian Snitker starts rookie Ian Anderson tonight against the Dodgers. Clayton Kershaw,
Chicago City Council approves emergency powers ordinance
"Aldermen approved broad spending powers for major life could be used during the pandemic it was called spoke though just twenty nine to twenty one during a virtual council meeting WGN's Kelly Davis reports the people should govern did not vote for unilateral decisions no matter who they were it was a local all the men of the mayor they voted for accountability and transparency alderman Lopez is one of several critics of the emergency spending ordinance opponents say it's an unnecessary power grab leaving the council in the cold during the city's code nineteen response and here here in in Chicago Chicago we we have have seen seen the the disasters disasters the the backs backs of of when when we we trust trust the the mayor mayor to to be be Chicago's Chicago's sole sole decision decision maker maker and and authority authority what what is is it it that that we we do do with with that that money money and the council I believe that we should have the ability to appropriate those dollars and that not be strictly an executive decision the ordinance allows the mayor's administration to move money within the city budget to pay for covert nineteen expenses without council's approval they can also sign contracts under one million dollars for pandemic related needs the fact we're all dealing with global pandemic justifies us allowing these unique powers for a limited amount of time alderman Reilly voted in favor of the emergency spending powers he says that's because the mayor tweaked the original ordinance terminating it on June thirtieth and the budget director will have to give city council weekly reports I I look at this says riding shot gun but allowing the administration the flexibility they need to be nimble to negotiate contracts for P. P. and for testing supplies I think that's important the mayor says the spending powers are needed to allow the city to act swiftly in response to this global pandemic what the twenty nine voted for was to make sure that we continue doing everything we can to keep our residents safe this time a pandemic and the continued to have a sense of urgency around the measures that are needed to do just that
Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk
"Good Morning I hope you can. You can all see me again Me and my heart goes out to all of those that have passed joins grown virus. I hope that you guys are doom. While in your horn tainted non heart independent on what's going on With this Quarantined in many in many ways. It's I don't think any of early through Before I was looking at this pandemic of of Nineteen nineteen the night. My father who passed away out Twelve years ago a gun through that I think he was bowling at that time so he had no experience. So They I. We're in a you know similar similar place and I was thinking just in terms of of one. Study is a lot of these collins that a written would do if we didn't have like a direct lineage. We wouldn't have people that have gone through the Really really seeing into one's nature and then pass that onto on today in on down to today a lot of the collins that we have basically our precedent you know people actually realize this they. I mean this. They realized this and appointed no doubt. And that's you know that's an amazing thing and so that's historical precedent to to Real deep experienced Zad. Today again is that I don't know we'll all of you do in terms of Of Your own practice you know hopefully as being filled and you have a little bit more time to deeply reflect on how life is going on today. I want to pick up one of these precedents from the passage of master rinse. I thought of the reason that And picking up his last last week that told about mass designed show. Who's in this in this co- on this involves San Jos teach master inside so I will begin? This is a case the teen and it's Rennes is blind donkey from the Equanimity preface to the assembly devoted entirely to others oneself is unknown a straightway eliminating dominoes. You shouldn't be bothered by that. Being no lot. Mean treatment blight breaking wooden pillow should be used. What about when his time to depart main case attention when riddance? I was about to pass away. He charged Sancho after I depart. Don't let my True Dom. I'd the extinguish Sancho said. How could I let? You'll true? Dom idea extinguished resign counted. If someone suddenly asks you about it. How do you reply? Son Show gave a shout and Rinse I remarked. Who would have thought to the my true? Dhamma will be extinguished on reaching this blind house appreciates reverse at midnight. The robe of faith transmitted to Wayne. Seven hundred upset bunks on yellow plum mounted a swings. Monastry Truth Dhamma. I have written size limb. The blind US extinguished it and people despised minded mind together sealed ancestor to ancestor transmitting. The lab season mountains. Being level a giant fish becomes a phoenix is just the Such splendid words are hard to compare with anytime as a device. He commendable votes. That's kind of interesting in this. You know a Lotta people. 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You know so it's just like how can I really appreciate this you know? How can I live this moment in time? Nice kind of you know again. It's interesting master inside. He's on his deathbed and You know a lot of people not not that you know quite often not that concerned about what's going to happen afterwards. Then we'll Sud- whatever's going on however you know I've met Practitioners Students Teachers that have been in that position and that main concern is full of the next generation. And this beautiful thing I remember. Some of you know Kevin Reilly He died the. Nothing's colon cancer at the end of his life. It was it was basically making sure that his children had good advice. At the good they would be happy and content in their lives and the financially they'll be somewhat secure on the other hand you know. I've met people who are far more concern whether they feel that they're volatile a basically and they get back with a partner or something like that in many ways that somebody relevant to to the situation that that is currently and so is he's on his death that what's he doing you know. He's making sure that students I'm show has has a good appreciation of lives and that he will take on that that. Promise that he'll pass. He'll pass this on for future generations after remember the whole religion. Buddhism is is about the appreciation of this. But not that it's necessarily personal. You know the Buddha would talk about even though you know he had the we talk right here the Truth Dhamma I. He talks about the Tattoo. Gaza Buddha who has attained to to the snus? He doesn't say you live. 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UK's Boris Johnson shakes up government with Cabinet shuffle
"Boris Johnson's reshuffling his top team. So they might have been playing cool publicly but the said to be power neue in the cabinet about who still be in the job by the end of the day. The prime minister's having a purge his reshuffle kicked off at eight o'clock this morning next the promotions. By the time. Chris speaks to you this evening. The cabinet level changes will be dumb. So who's in the firing line? One man who appears vulnerables? Ben Wallace the defense secretary. You might remember. He's previously clashed with Downing Street's about defense spending and War Way L. Team in Westminster have also been hearing the names of other junior ministers. Who IN LINE FOR PROMOTION? My colleagues have details of the expected winners and losers and of course follow every twist and turn in our life blog now. He's the mysterious professor at the hall of the trump Russia scandal. Today Josef Mifsud speaks for the first time about his involvement he denies any links to the Russian government. He could be heard in crossfire out. Brilliant new podcast. Us Editor Ben Reilly Smith reveals the untold story of spies lies and an election like no other. There were six episodes. The first ones out today. Please do. Listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts
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"On Sunday September twentieth. Sydney made the Baltic Sea Crossing to Helsinki. The trip was rough and Sydney felt ill. His health wasn't up to these long arduous journeys anymore when he arrived. He dashed off a quick letter to pepitas lamenting his pain. The next morning he met. BUNA COV for T.. Boone ACOG have established a rendezvous with the Union Nyan representatives in the small town of e Berg not far from the Soviet border given his past troubles with the O.. Gpu Sydney wouldn't actually a have to cross over. He would stay safely within. Finland's borders he and Buna Cov boarded a train for Bieber on September Twenty Fifth Nineteen eighteen twenty five. Sydney dressed is best for the meeting. He pulled up his new silk stockings and adjusted his yellow leather shoes. Then he ran a comb through his slick hair. He wanted to impress a dashing spy but impressing the senior union agent Alexander Yakushev would take more than a dashing appearance. Jaka chef began the meeting meeting by saying it was a pity that Sydney had traveled all this way but wouldn't visit the union leaders in Moscow. If only Sydney were not afraid of what had happened so many years ago Sydney had doubts he knew the risks of crossing the border and he had pepitas to think think about now but he also had the same Hubris and confidence that had led him to undertake so many dangerous missions as a young man surely he could survive live a short trip with his new assets with a confident excited grin. Sydney agreed to go to Moscow. He crossed crossed into the Soviet Union with shove on September Twenty Fifth Nineteen Twenty Five. It was the last time anyone verifiably probably saw Sidney. Reilly a law coming up Sydney's final days in Moscow. Scou- are shrouded in mystery now back to the story. Fifty one year old Sydney Riley across the Soviet border on September Twenty Fifth Nineteen Twenty five intending to meet with high level members of the Monarchist Union of central Russia. A group of alleged anti-soviet agents hiding within the ranks of Joseph Stalin's tyrannical government. He promptly disappeared on September thirtieth. The first reports appeared that something had gone wrong. With Sydney's mission. There was a small notice in the Soviet newspaper Izvestia Vegeta- that read on the night of September Twenty Eighth Twenty ninth for smugglers attempted to cross the finish frontier to were killed. eld One was taken prisoner. In the fourth mortally wounded died on the way to Leningrad. September twenty eighth was the night. Sydney was supposed to return to Finland as soon as the story was published. Rumors began flying that one one of these so-called smugglers.
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"In the spring of Nineteen twenty-three Boras seven Cov wrote to Sidney regarding an unspecified urgent manner Sydney was exhilerated to hear something from his network other within the ongoing requests for funds. He didn't have. He wondered if seven cough had a new plan to topple the ruthless Stalin or perhaps he discovered discovered some new Intel that Sydney could use against the dictator for the first time in months Sydney felt real hope and the familiar excitement and of espionage in July nineteen twenty-three he in pepitas traveled to Paris. It was time for a new mission. Sydney mets of income at the Chatham Hotel a swankiest albumin in Paris. Sydney felt right at home back in his luxurious game of cloak and dagger theatrics then seven Cov told Sydney about about the monarchist union of central Russia. It was an anti-soviet underground collective within Russia itself off comprised of high ranking members of the communist government. Seven COBB had received letters and met several agents of the Union and he was convinced of their authenticity continue. This was their chance to marshal their ex patriot. Forces Against Stalin Sydney was stunned a complete network of ranking ranking Soviet officials ready and willing to overthrow the dictator. It was almost too good to be true. Sydney's espionage instincts. This kept him calm. Even though they were a few years out of practice he asked for proof of Seven. Cops Claims Seven Cov had a a handwritten letter sent to him by a member of the Union. The signature was familiar to Sydney. It was from an officer named opera put. He was an old contact from Sydney's days in British intelligence but it had been a long time since Sydney had heard from him for all he knew you could be a Soviet ruse. Sydney was concerned but seven Cov was convinced danced on August twentieth. Nineteen twenty four. He crossed the border into the Soviet Union and met with his union contacts. But the very next day a seven Cov and his compatriots were arrested outside of Minsk by the OT PT. You the secret police that would one day be called the KGB GB. On August twenty ninth Russian newspaper Izvestiya began publishing details of seven cavs trial and confession. Sydney followed the story closely growing more agitated with each new detail by mid September. It was obvious obvious that seven COBB had given up names dates and plans. Sydney was furious with his old comrade for being so gullible but more than anything. He was disappointed. Sydney felt like the spy world had left him behind his contacts were outdated and his instincts were dulled. He was fifty years old. That felt even older. He had varicose veins in his legs and wore special elastic socks. Even his charm sounded paternalistic at his age. He it was not the silk suit playboy he once was. Perhaps it was time to get out of the espionage world permanently Sydney. MPP To return learned to New York but even in Business Sydney met defeat. His money was gone and his ambition wasn't going to put food on the table or buy his shirts and socks and however depressed and destitute he might be still took pride in his appearance. The winter of nineteen twenty four was a dark cold season for Sydney. He spent long nights wondering what had happened to his former glory. The Ace of spies then on January twenty fourth nineteen twenty five. The world of espionage reached out once more a former British intelligence contact named Commander Boyce sent a ciphered letter to Sydney's business address in New York. When Sydney saw the signature his excitement was palpable? The DAKOTAS letter said that the monarchist unionist central Russia was a genuine anti-soviet group and despite heights have in coffs betrayal. They were still active now. The secret service needed someone to go into Russia. To reestablish contact contact the letter sender commander boys was a fellow agent and in fact he had become the head of the one station in Helsinki Keep Finland to Sydney. His credibility was without question. They wanted him back from mission against the Soviets. No less this was his chance four but unfortunately Sydney didn't know that Boyce voice hadn't conferred with London. Before sending his letter Boyce wasn't inviting Sydney to join 'em I won again. He was only using the old spy. Oh by as an asset. This way. If something went wrong boys wouldn't lose one of his own valuable agents. Sydney was expendable bendable. Another vital correspondence from boys arrived on March ninth. Nineteen twenty five. The text of the letter hinted that there was a secret note hidden on the paper itself. Sydney set down the letter with trepidation and went to find some iodine according to declassified CIA documents during the first world war the allies discovered that. I had I in vapor would turn all invisible inks brown and it worked by revealing where the papers fibers had been altered with moisture as a former agent from the world war voice. New Sydney would have experience experience with this type of communication and could reveal the secret message he was right. Sydney held the letter over a saucer of the dark liquid. Iodine iodine and another secret. Letter slowly appeared. It was a message directly from the Union and it gave Sydney. I need the address of an agent named Nicholas. Buna Cov who is in close contact with the author's Sydney was exhilerated. His old the espionage techniques felt like a clandestine game. He had almost forgotten how to play but here he was on a new mission. He expressed his happiness happiness in a letter. Two Boys did March Twenty Fifth Nineteen Twenty five the day after his birthday. I was fifty one yesterday and I want to do. There's something worthwhile whilst I can. All the rest does not matter then. He wrote a letter to Buna Cov to schedule a meeting with the Union. After months of waiting Sydney finally received a telegram confirming that the union was ready to meet him as as soon as he could return to Europe. This was all Sydney needed. He and Peter Departed New York on August. Twenty Six nineteen twenty five it. It was the last time Sydney would ever see America upon their return to Paris. On September third Sydney and pepita had dinner with Commander Boys. He was convinced. The Union was still devoted. To ending Stalin's rule all the group needed was a strong leader to rally them to action and Sydney fancied himself as the perfect candidate. His old confidence was rising. It was dangerous. Sydney had been sentenced sentenced to death for the attempted coup against Lennon in one thousand nine hundred eighteen if the O.. GPA You caught him. Entering Russia he'd be shot on sight but but he believed his whole career. His whole life had led him to this mission from Odessa. To China Germany Sydney Sydney had cultivated his espionage skills to lead the final charge against the Soviet menace.
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"Sidney Reilly had been awake for thirty six hours straight and his vision was beginning to blur. It was the middle of the night on September second nineteen eighteen and he had just arrived in Moscow. He was a fugitive from the CHEKA. The Soviet secret police force that eventually became the KGB the Cheka had followed him from Petrograd Tro Grad the Soviet capital after Sydney's plan coup d'etat against Lenin and his Bolsheviks had been uncovered Sydney's friends and contacts. Folks were already being arrested or killed. He needed to get out of Russia fast if he were caught he was certain to be executed as an enemy. We spy but Sydney wasn't afraid he was merely exhausted and that was more dangerous than fear. If he didn't get some rest he would make a mistake. Mistakes could cost an agent his life. Cindy blinked hard trying to focus as he we looked up at the soot covered brick walls searching for familiar street. Names finally found one he recognized. The wasn't isn't far from the house of a woman named Olga who he had used as a cutout in the past. According to Britain's special operations executive handbook a cutout is an intermediary who forms the links between two agents or between an agent and the outside world a cut cut out knows very little about the spy organization will carry messages in not take any subversive activity Sydney's womanizing. Housing was not merely for sexual gratification. It also gave him plenty of female cutouts willing to take risks for him without asking questions he made it to August apartment building and softly knocked on her door. She opened it and nearly burst into tears when she saw him. Sydney located taggart in raw in his dirty suit but made a gallant display of having return to see her as she closed the door behind him he breathed a sigh of relief. He was finally safe but not for long Sydney stayed with Olga on September third erred in fourth posing as Comrade Orlinsky member of the Soviet administration. This was how vulgar knew him. In Sydney couldn't rhys telling her the truth. It's about his different names a smart choice. Because on September Fifth Algo was arrested by the Cheka. The secret police as we're closing in on Sydney and Olga terrified was talking the comradery Alinsky legend was burned in the checkup already knew his his other. Aliases to when the police raided offers apartment Sydney himself was gone meeting a contact from the British embassy named Captain George Hill Captain Hill was an official member of the embassy staff on a diplomatic visa. But he was also secretly an M. I.. One agent gathering Intel on the quickly deteriorating Soviet situation because of his dual missions Captain Hill had an alias to use on his clandestine meetings. His second passport was under the name. George Bergman if hill would give Sydney that Bergman alias he might be able to get out of Russia Alive Hill. Didn't need the fake passport to get home. After all he he could leave the country. Legally with the official embassy Staff Hill agreed to the scheme and Sydney left the meeting carrying a new passport. There was only one problem. Sydney didn't have a beard in George Bergman. According to his papers did a Sydney considered entered using a disguise but it was too dangerous if he was found wearing a fake beard the check would shoot first and ask questions later. Her and while Sydney had many ambitions in the up in front of a Soviet firing squad was not among them he would need to wait for his facial hair to grow out before crossing the border. Sydney went underground for the next four days. As each day passed. His beard grew. Oh so did his anxiety he might get out of Russia yes but he had completely failed his mission on these dark nights. Sydney felt deep pangs of fear. Fear that he would die without redeeming himself. Hopefully the beard would give him that chance. At Redemption by September eighth Sydney felt he could had safely passed as George Bergman. He bought a ticket for an eight thirty PM train out of Moscow and he had a stroke of luck he shared his train compartment Hartman with a German diplomat. Sydney spoke fluent German and they had a lively conversation when the checkup aboard the train to check tickets. Sydney pretended to be part of the German diplomatic. Envoy and was left alone the train finally arrived in Petrograd now now known as Saint Petersburg Sydney new. His best bet was to head to Finland which had just become independent from Russia but he couldn't take a train rain across the Soviet border. Every passenger in passport would be inspected closely. He would have to go by sea. It was was uncomfortable but safer. He paid a Dutch merchant. Captains sixty thousand rubles the last of his money for passage on small vote. Vote after a dangerous stop in German occupied Estonia the boat docked in Helsinki the capital of Finland. Sydney elite had escaped. He made his way to the British embassy and by November eighth nineteen eighteen. Sydney was back at M. I.. One one in London wearing his customary tailored suit mansfield coming. The head of British intelligence code named sea was impressed asked by the amount of information. Sydney had gleaned during his time in Russia even if the plot to kill Lennon had been foiled. The spy master awarded Sydney the Military Military Cross one of Britain's highest honors but the metal wasn't enough Sydney couldn't accept failure. Failure the Soviets reviled everything he admired including wealth education and personal success. They take an over his. His homeland were their reign of tyranny. Starving their citizens executing dissidents even innocent women and children were put but in work camps plus. They'd foiled all Sydney's plans embarrassed him. He was committed to ending the Soviet reign of terror even at his own expense. Some things were more important than money. Sydney was now in his mid eight forty s and had a sense of greater purpose he had never felt before he described this feeling in a letter writing. I told C. that it I feel that I have no right to go back to the making of dollars until I discharged my obligations. I would devote the rest of my wicked life to this. This kind of work. The Salvation of Russia has become a most sacred duty but the intelligence chief did not agree see told Sydney in no uncertain terms that it was not in the interest of the British secret service to sponsor his personal vendetta against the Soviets Russia was still considered an ally and there were other concerns in Europe. There would be no more missions against Lenin Sydney Sydney however couldn't take no for an answer on the surface. He calmly accepted sees verdict and agreed to continue working for 'em I one but he would continue pursuing his new mission on his own time during his assignments for 'em I won over the next four years. Sydney work to create and MM financially support an expanding network of anti-soviet contacts throughout Europe..
'Friends' cast reunion special remains a 'maybe' for HBO Max
"After friends fans were teased with the possibility of a reunion as the show heads to new streaming service H. B. O. Max there's still no word on if it will be there for them HBO back chief content officer Kevin Reilly says there is definitely interest all the way around but getting everything aligned is difficult so today unfortunately it's still a maybe last fall Jennifer Aniston said there were efforts to make something happen but definitely not a friend's reboot that was followed by reports that the cast and producers were in talks for H. B. O. back special the show which aired from nineteen ninety four to two thousand four was a popular reruns staple on Netflix before was outbid by HBO Max which launches in
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"But by late nineteen seventeen. Many of Sydney's thoughts were on Russia. DOC His homeland was in the throes of a revolution in October of that year. The Marxist proclamations of Vladimir Lenin and Leon on Trotsky led the Bolsheviks to take up arms against the government Sydney followed the events in Russia closely. While he'd never had had much loyalty to anyone not even his homeland. Sydney hated the communist Soviets. The cruel regime led with terror and barbaric punishments. They stood against everything. Sydney believed in namely wealth and ambition. The Bolshevik revolution ignited a fury in Sydney. That would drive him for the rest of his life but even Napoleon had been defeated in Russia When Lennon took power on November eighth nineteen seventeen? Britain was firmly in agreement with Sydney's kidneys discussed Lennon's first order of business was to negotiate a peace treaty with Germany. Losing Russian support meant that the allies including Britain could lose the war. The Soviet government had to be brought down. Sydney was called indices indices office at M. I. One for secret meeting in April nineteen eighteen when he arrived at the spymasters office he found British Prime Minister. David Lloyd George waiting for him. Sydney was astounded by. He knew how to hide his emotions nations. He showed only confidence as he warmly. Greeted the prime minister. Lloyd George sized up the legendary spy and then told Cindy he wanted to give him his next mission personally. It was top secret. Only the men in in this room were to know the details. Sydney was exhilarated. This was a mission worthy of his skills and Sydney was to go to Moscow. The heart of the Bolshevik revolution to meet with an agent named Bruce Lockhart who had been in Russia since January then together the agents would take down the Soviet republic..
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"Under the direction of Kaiser Wilhelm Wilhelm the second the German military was expanding at a breakneck pace building new armament factories as quickly as possible? Britain believed the Kaiser was preparing for war see explained that they had placed an agent inside one of the German factories. Called the Krupp works. The agent had only just begun to send back reports when he vanished without a trace. See believe I believe the Germans had discovered the spy and killed him now. They needed a replacement Sydney any. Despite the danger was game to prepare for the mission he worked for a few weeks in British welding factory there. He developed developed a competent set of trade skills to back up his new legend. A legend is defined by the international spy museum as a despise claimed background or biography usually supported by documents and memorize details. It is essentially a false identity entity adopted to give a spy credibility in a new environment. Sydney's specialty this time. Sydney created the legend of of Carl. Hahn a German speaking Russian from the city of rave all or Modern Day Talon in Estonia Hans background included employment as a welder in the massive shipyards of Saint Petersburg as Carl Hahn he had little trouble getting a job as a welder in crops growing factory in Essen Germany and Sydney actually did the job working long difficult hours on the plant assembly line for several months in nineteen zero nine but he was simultaneously taking notes for his other job. He noticed that the arms factory had added several new workshops and had plans for more these notes however were not enough enough. He needed copies of the plans to send the London. Getting blueprints and production. Schedules would not be easy as leaving his station on the assembly line would quickly aroused suspicion but Sydney came up with a solution solution. He would volunteer for the factories. Fire brigade the fire crew worked night shifts and patrolled the entire plant Sydney. Use the freedom of this new role to begin making nightly visits to the factory office. Lock pick and flashlight in hand hand but he was faced with another problem. He couldn't take the plans out of the office without raising alarm and he couldn't take photographs offs in the dark. At first he tried tracing the plans on thin paper but the process took far too long then he had an idea he convinced the fire brigade chief. They needed a complete set of plans for the factory to indicate where ear. All the fire extinguishers hydrants were located all the blueprints were copied and moved into the fire chiefs office where Sydney could easily consult them and memorize each page one by one however however his frequent visits to inspect the plans brought questions pretty soon Sydney had to back off. There was Only one tactic left to try. He would simply steal the blueprints and disappear. It was easier said the done once. He stole the plans all of Germany would be looking for him he would have to get out fast so he reached Out to London for help. Sydney bought a train ticket to the city of Dortmund where she had a contact waiting with a new passport. Close in money money then. It was time for action after everyone had gone home for the night. Sydney slipped his lock picks into his pocket in clicked on his flashlight. He approached the fire chiefs office and snuck inside expecting to be in and out within minutes. But the chief life was still there. Sydney quickly adapted. He leaped forward and wrapped his arm around the fire chiefs throat strangling singling him until he felt the man go limp. Sydney dropped him. Grab the stack of critical blueprints and began again. Tearing them into quarters. He stuffed each quarter into a separate envelope he had smuggled in under coveralls. Each one was addressed addressed to a separate contact in London Paris Brussels and Rotterdam this way. Even if one set of the plans were lost in transit. The other three parts would still arrive. Sydney stuff the full envelopes back under his dirty coveralls and made his way to the S. and train station dropping the envelopes in a mailbox before he boarded the train for Dortmund the next day wearing a new suit and carrying a leather briefcase with a crisp British passport. Sydney boarded a train for Paris. He had escaped the while. This story was heavily embellished by Sydney. He returned to London in nineteen eleven. Eleven try on Fendt but see was an interested in celebrations. He was eager to send his most valuable agent back into the field within weeks. Sydney was on his way to Saint Petersburg to gather Intel about Russia's efforts to rebuild its navy adopting the legend of wealthy businessmen Solomon Garrison Bitch. It didn't take Sydney long to strike up friendships. With several high level navy officers boozing and dining with them regularly his mission was long long term and would rely on these relationships all the way. They're small talk helped him fill in the con- tours of Russia's current situation him after the war with Japan the czar had ordered his armada to be rebuilt even bigger than before it was is a massive task that Russian shipyards couldn't possibly handle on their own so the contracts were being sent to German shipbuilders blohm on Voss us due to his fluency in Russian in German has well as his now extensive list of Russian naval contacts Sydney was able to earn a management position in the German companies office in Saint Petersburg as a manager Sydney now had access access to all of the communications and construction plans moving between Russian naval offices and the German factories then Sydney requested access to the blueprints for German ships to other German owners were suspicious of his sudden interest in their ship designs signs but Sydney knew how well ego and vanity could be used to persuade potential assets. He spun a clever story about comparing preparing the lackluster Russian designs with cutting edge. German ships the delighted German owners gave their full cooperation thus Sydney was privy to the technological developments of both the Russian and German navies during the buildup to war over the the next three years and the war was indeed coming by early nineteen fourteen political stability stability on the continent was crumbling in June. A Bosnian assassin killed and archduke of the austro-hungarian Empire on August first nineteen fourteen war was declared in retaliation the two largest military forces in Europe. Where now fighting each other and Sidney Reilly was caught right in the middle we'll hear about Sydney's escaped from Russia in a moment now back to the story in the autumn of nineteen fourteen the European continent descended into the first world? War Sidney Reilly was forty one years old old and inexperienced intelligence agent but he was still a gambler end philanderer and always pursuing the next opportunity. For Glamour and money. He was smart enough to know that a world war would provide ample opportunities for profit especially if he could get to America. Where many of Europe's wartime supplies were being produced? A on December member twenty-sixth nineteen fourteen. Sydney boarded a ship bound for the United States. He spent most of the war in New York City. Organizing supply apply contracts by his Russian and British military contacts and taking hefty commissions for himself like Napoleon Sydney's knees only loyalty was to his own ambition but something drew him back to the secretive life life of spy in early nineteen seventeen forty four year old Sydney returned to England and reestablished contact with the British secret service in many things had changed since he was last there. The Intelligence Agency was now known as M. I won a precursor to the modern day. Am I six. And there was a new chief spy master though he was still known by the codename. See The new. Let's see was mansfield coming. A fifty eight year old veteran with white hair and a wooden leg he insisted Ni. Got Along famously aimlessly but coming could never bring himself to holy trust. Sidney Reilly who he said was a man of indomitable courage a genius as an agent but a sinister man still coming knew that Sydney was a skilled spy why he brought him back into 'em I won and gave him a codename. St One throughout the rest of nineteen seventeen eighteen Sydney worked wartime intelligence. His missions were shrouded in secrecy and remain so to this day. Very few you of the agency worked with in nineteen seventeen survived the war and the M. I.. One records about agent. St One were reportedly destroyed loyd.
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"The Sun was setting over a dark Bavarian forest road in early summer of nineteen seventeen. It was deserted except for a limousine stopping on the narrow gravel shoulder. The chauffeur corporal in the Imperial German Army turn to address his passenger in the back seat. A colonel named Uber First then the corporal retrieved a tool kit from under his seat seat and slid out of the car. He opened the hood and tinkered with the engine a few minutes later he called out to Air Uber. I he asked if the kernel would be so kind as to assist for a moment. Burst begrudgingly step. Out of the car straightened his press uniform and peered into the open hood then in one quick move the Corp. swung his wrench and crushed a gaping keeping hole in Uber Sts skull killing him. Instantly the moment Colonel Uber. I hit the ground the Corp. jumped into action. He stripped the corpse carefully setting his uniform inside the car and he dragged the body a few meters off the road towards a recently dug grave into the whole went the dead man and the corporals own uniform he. He hastily filled the grave then naked. He returned to the car and meticulously dressed himself in colonel. Uber's uniform they slipped behind the wheel fired up the perfectly functional engine and ease the car back onto the road at ten. AM The next morning. A meeting of the German high command gathered around an enormous table. Nearly all of the top officials of the a German military were in attendance and seated at the head of the table with Kaiser Wilhelm the second himself only one man was was conspicuously missing a colonel from the staff of Prince Ruprecht of Bavaria moments. Later the colonel strode into into the room apologizing profusely in perfect German. His driver had taken ill on the journey and he'd had to drive himself. The colonel bow to the Kaiser took his seat and the meeting began at the height of World War. One one the British spy known as Sidney Reilly had just infiltrated the German high command..
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"Of course around the country and Churchill today by the way it's nice very nice card and the race the kind of caught my eye the sex mile on the turf for two year old fillies and the most actually had to start the few sisters Judd Mont hard-spun Philly Trapeze eum looks interesting and looks like she's working well for debut and of Course Bill Maher has changed his Mo and Can Pop with the first or after a long sea stretch when when he couldn't racing picks up here tomorrow and the Lore restricted mile turf is the feature and there's a couple of good good maiden happens to be a interesting maiden race there's the two year old fillies going a mile on the main so things starting to pick up toward the weekend and you can pick up Kelly Riley's voluminous analysis of the international participants and nobody nobody combs through these international horses to find every about them like Kelly does and then she feels compelled to communicate everything it's like the the information has to come out of you Kellyanne and down on paper Thirty pages worth of insights good morning good morning hoppy to the ANA so disgusting international Super Kelly I gotta ask how much of the research because it's not possible to just get the pre entries on last Monday you're obviously tracking the international horses all year long and we've talked to other times and we've talked about your reports for Ascot and and for the Dubai et Cetera but how many horses are you tracking as we approach the pre entries and then how much of that work that is augmented after the pre entry day it would be much easier and probably prolong my life span if I really were on top of every single horse going in to reentry but the truth is there's so much else that I have to do cover and be involved in that I read reduced like I'm playing catch up a lot and I was watching the MARTINIS meeting in Europe and I keeping keeping tabs on the majors dealt with over there and seeing divisions are shaping up so certainly I have monitoring it to a certain extent but when it comes to like really getting in the weeds on the courses I really am ah round the clock like for the last week and a half just going back and watch and we're watching replays and really digging in you know looking up old news reports and everything so there is a part of it is just kind of your keeping the pulse as leading dollars is a lot easier if I could just immediately say oh yes you know like I remember that horse three months ago but occasionally there will be something that that as I'm watching the race live during one of the Martine meetings I said I will kind of make a mental note about horse like you know one of the perfect examples really by can juvenile turf sprint with your alligator alley he's got to one in there in the morning line eighteen that race would immediately put him in a note book because it was just that sets run with the total mass look more like a rugby ball something stretch on and yet he's still recovered the finish second to a really good selling liberty beach so when I saw that I thought you gotTa Watch that alligator alley so occasionally you might have a horse like that stays in the fine you happen to see you know when when clapping and but but more often than not it's more a matter of just you're going back and doing a lot of the elbow grease heat up to the stop and I glad you started with the juvenile turf sprint because it is the place it's kind of funny zero international participation in the Saturday turf sprint and yet you know half the field international participants in the Juve's and let's start worked there Kellyanne I'm already getting nice notes from on twitter somebody just said let me see who it is said Mark Mustafa saying out tell Kelly this year's scouting report is outstanding so there you go wonderful the main thing I really just wanted to provide much information and some with some degree of analysis and opinion but my main mission is to provide the information reader you know dictate your picks Adam Strategy from there so I'm so glad that it's serving the purpose well and when you look at at the juvenile because it's it's such a funny such a funny circumstance around the history of of the route races where the the phillies have been have been a very difficult assignment for the internationals as opposed to the boys and when we look at the juvenile turf sprint this is only the second official year there has been some some tinkering and actually when they when they had the one that I think high tail one I can't remember of euros came for that one I didn't look at that chart but it gives us a feel for this group because they do feel even with Wesley Ward a serious presence in the juvenile turfs Brent it does feel like these international participants have a big shot in ear definitely with the the leading national allie certainly properly horace and he won the Norfolk very impressive we were last night even though the margin wasn't that big he traveled really wealthy take quickened and Frankie Dettori out but he was kind of idle in the end what Ventura rebel come from coast to him but the thing that really sticks out about that not only did he really us just visually in that race but the fact that you know the toy felt strongly that he wanted better ground and of course north on soft ground and he has since act one the flying shoulders and talk to Sir on on good going and I thought he traveled better even in that race that he had on southbound Alaska so if you're if you're good enough Roy last night race on a surface that's not quite your ideal recidivist coke well enough with it but if you can do that and you're working from ground that much Aug. Go ahead and also tone sign and Christopher you have to kind of an offer he had said that he was really like like a proper seal type like small and need I think that's the other thing which is what for you juvenile's a is it a horse that's already peaking at two this is vague to create not as good as they are going to be a very good they're not really not quite looking ahead to next year with them and thinking they'll develop into something even more than what they've shown so far Brooke Horse who basically looks like a straight two year old hype Stevie precocious that power going to be the type of campaign here that might explain also partly European pop up big president Juvenal Spike because their courses are pretty much at the peak right now so you're GonNa go you're GonNa go places you're going for the big prize while while you know they're at the top of their game whereas Kurt Sprint proper of course European still been shut out of that race I manage to win it and I think partly case of you already know what the historical record is so you're gonna go there maybe not be at your best dazzling five phones around the turn there whereas with the babies they're still the maybe they're not quite as as set as as the older sprinters are who already accomplished going on the straightaway totally different ballgame going high and there's two aspects of this that I want you to address and it doesn't it isn't just about this particular race it it's about euros in general a five furlong turf sprint obviously you blow the break here you've got problems and in one note that you've seen consistent instant amongst these starters and these horses all are really experienced you've got these six participants have made five eight nine in six starts compared to a lot of the domestic runners that are making typically a third fourth and maybe even a fifth st art but I I saw as I read how often you talked about the horses that didn't break well and euros come over here and it's it's very typical that they do not get out of the gate the way our horses do and of course you know we've got the Lucas's and Baffert's that that basically came from quarterhorse backgrounds Bret Calhoun etc that that really drill their babies to break running and how much of a compromise or or how much how badly compromised are are these two year olds in the spotlight this if they don't get out of the gate I mean you couldn't much can't catch off you know I it really difficult and that's partly you can try try that dress that by preparing them knowing that they're gonNA have to better but I mean habits and of course being two year old in general you can you can never crow on on especially the big occasion and then might get shafted or you know whatever so it can never be sure if they're gonNA break even the serve the been prepared to in his that you're you're hoping that they at least get off to reasonable beginning and that's one thing that I thought was to go back to another in his favourite timing I would specifically broadened to Wolverhampton for a workout that he could get used to navigating turn at speed knowing that he's Gonna have to be that here so I think that's one of the things that the horsemen can try try to be proactive and just get them in the minds of the company are going to have to do before the other part of this and and you talk about negotiating the turn and deterrent comes up quick obviously in a five for long-term sprint and about what I think half of these have run on the straight including Ali and then the other half including let's see Dr Simpson He had left hander so did dream shot band practice who seems very interesting band practice has only run on the straight same with Alli gator alley how you know how how do you typically treat this when it comes to making the transition from the straight to the turn I would hope and this is where it gets more on trying to extrapolate from watching them in the races I think so much just depends on the individuals that alligator alley adding blinkers here you know he might that might make him a little bit sharper more responsive possibly with that unpack that she looks like a work in progress where she worked still really green and her I see writers and and that to me with her she looks just he really has like road to speed things on the inside like Gosh I hope I hope she really you can can navigate that term well because she she looks like the first races she's trying to basically coordinator south and of course with Kiel's growing and changing and developing you know maybe she's fine by now but that was the one thing to me six so that everybody knows who we're talking about band practice for Archie Watson and James State's got dream shot as well as alligator alley Joseph O'Brien Tom Dascomb with Dr Simpson and then a further outside Ali Simon Christopher going to be the vying for favouritism with Wesley Ward four wheel drive and then King Neptune Aidan O'Brien some thoughts about what we've which of these six rank them up and down well on I think we have to rank pop of international.
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"Sirius Xm Ford's presents raises with Steve The horse racing handicapping interviews this is Laurie who's with stupid the Nida Breeders Cup Twenty nineteen a very good Wednesday race Vance series through nineteen talk about that in a second Sirius Xm to a one sports oh nine sixty four you're listening to Siriusxm online at websites the VIC dot com and I mentioned about about serious we learned a lot yesterday about satellite technology there W- There was the weirdest thing apparently about fifteen percents radio's fifteen percent that were that are somehow service out of the Atlanta Engineering it's who I didn't even know there was Atlanta engineering had some issue yesterday and we we got like a smattering of people saying are you not on the channel and it affected apparently certain kinds of radios the certain whatever certain there are obviously we all have different issues and with the different kinds of Sirius radios could acquire over the recent here's a really interesting later in the day because we were researching engineering was confused and then they got to the bottom of it and I I think that they know what happened and hopefully one hundred percent of you are hearing the discussions today three hours and and we have to look back before we look ahead because yesterday as soon as we got off the air in addition to researching the engineering the word came that Max `field was being withdrawn adding used whatever term you want to demur declared really especially after having talked to brandon on the fly on Monday feel terrible for Godolphin but everybody very STOIC and understanding of the situation he just yesterday they did not like the way he was traveling and in fact they they kind of broke off things and and brought him back to the barn and it didn't take too long for the decision to be made and the diagnostics continue something in the right front was was just a mess and so obvious and no no initial issues that were immediately apparent that normally would be so no choice but to pull back and wait with Max field for some of the even bigger goals ahead I don't WanNa say bigger goals because Breeders Cup juvenile obviously a big goal but there will be plenty of opportunities down the road so Max `field comes out and that leaves us with the field of eight four Friday for the juvenile for the feature and I thought I thought unquote. In particular the Dale Romans Romans I thought he was the horse to beat and that was that was very gracious of Dale to say under the circumstance and Baffert talked about being very sympathetic knowing what it's like when you know when American Pharaoh couldn't participate and which at the time felt was the biggest disappointment of his career so Godolphin plays on the biggest thing Ages and Jimmy Belt actually I thought his too was was appropriate where he said it's hard but it's easy then maybe Steve forty-five minutes later word circulated that Doug O'Neil was taking the same precautions with Landis Gog and his situation you know even even more of a of a murky just not one hundred percent this doesn't like the way the worse was acting and just didn't feel like he could go into the race if he was going to be less than one hundred percent they're not gonNA participate great and Doug O'Neill I thought same thing just you can't even call it airing on the side of caution it's just taking the appropriate precautions so you can take Landis Scott who was the eight out of the juvenile out of the juvenile out of the sprint and able to do obviously disappointed from that standpoint and loses amount but leaves us with nine and imperial hint moves in one and Mattera and of course with whitmore now lining up next to imperial in that's that that's kind of notable because and I hadn't thought about this until now looking down at the at the list that puts imperial hint you know a jump into the race with chance a lot is inside and land skied who himself was going to contribute certainly to the pace and now with him out of the out of the lineup you do get the sense that imperial hint depending on how Castellano wants to play it now gets a chance to kind of walk and and sit off the hip of chance a lot interesting and of course the terrorist sky and the suggestion made yesterday that you know who was I talking to I guess it was Dandy he's not so convinced that Mattera sky is going to be able to keep up with with the likes of imperial hint and chance a lot so to developments obviously that affect things that I've clearly Melendez scoggins nicer horses he is you didn't necessarily have him have the involved in your sprint considerations I wouldn't imagine and Max field the much bigger obviously Bigger story and I would imagine that you know for those that are putting things together the the two horses that stop in everybody's considerations not everybody's but you know depending how you're looking at the race I would say that scabbard of course becomes the the other horse with eight rings and Dennis's moment and I still I still feel like I'm going to involve show the court I started court excuse me in some way way shape or form so we'll get everybody's added insights as the next couple of days unfold and into Friday's juvenile action and I as I As I said to Jennifer white noise saw earlier this morning and I said well let's hope that we can keep every buddy from this point on that I mean there's nothing nothing more frustrating than has disappointing really then getting this close to these kinds of opportunities and having you know having a problem and having to withdraw once things have already been established so will establish a lot of international conversation I think today and plenty of pedigree to Kelly Reilly we're GonNa talk to Kelly from Brazil slash twin spires she put together a fact Ed brought this up with that did on Friday she's put together a thirty thirty page report addressing every angle international participant and she basically walks through their background and their race career their preferences for footing and styles and we won't go over all all of the international entrance they don't want to take away the don't want to take away her thunder from all the work she did but it as always she is so thorough and does a beautiful job so we will look forward Kelly Reilly visit plead for peace going through it's GonNa come out this morning and sit in for as long as he wants said Fernando the top of our to sire watch pedigree focus brought to you by hill and Dale and sit speaking of international he wrote a wrote a piece that used laforce actually as a focal point and talked about German breeding and is placement and pedigrees and what it what it brings to the party generally Madero and you think of the the the hardiness that the German pedigree influences that they are generally acknowledged to bring what kind of a hearty rangy there's a lot of acknowledgement that you fold some some German blood into the into your breeding and you get a dose of hardiness that's that's probably the last sit about your bone bone density bold things like that I do remember that was warded off years ago a violent shoe back to not not fall into the the trap of always saying that the German pedigree horses love soft going that I remember that was always had fever of Allen's and he he would he would go crazy if you if you brought up the soft going and how the German worse was would get over it that's a that's an olive alive stay out Scott Hazelton for DVD is going to swing by and I put out a of requested Richmond Glory and hopefully we can get big in with them and of course the two of them were so good together and Whenever I have an opportunity to have rich and Scott talk together we do it and hopefully rich right now he's might be out might be tending to the to the barn duties at his place so as soon as we hear from me and we'll maybe confirm and also international Nick Luck at some point and if we're not sure if we'll be today if it's not today will be tomorrow and of course always the potential for a drive by in fact speaking of some of the the drive-by visits so Carlos Martin first thing this morning and Carlos on hand for come dancing I told them you know very excited for Carlos to have this kind of an opportunity and as we discussed yesterday in fact feels like she's got she's got a a a real chance to impact the affiliate and Mayor Sprint one of the things I WanNa do it today tomorrow and into Friday one also talk about the the favorites and the vulnerabilities the the ones that people are viewing as less reliable as the ones you're gonNA lean on and the ones that you wanna take a shot against and after the raw on Monday if people have now had a good you know twenty four hours to absorb the way the the races unfold so we'll do some of that as well and Mike Walsh I gotta get to to Mike and I did acknowledge the the the tweet I've gotta reach out Gary Young and because people are very curious how remade out yesterday on the golf course so we'll get we'll get an answer we'll get an answer there I love it we're going to take a break and come back and set up with Kelly Reilly as we do that I WANNA get in a couple of pieces of news just because you know the the industry and things continue to happen aside from here obviously there was a notable meeting on Monday the Kentucky Drug and Research Council which you know is a an underpinning of the KHRC and in fact as I go to talk about this there's banks from blood horse who I think wrote the piece that I'm going to reference the the drug and Research Council refused to not approve but to recommend the proposal about the lace phase out for Kentucky and a five to three vote and most notably the the five that voted against are actual veterinarians who deal with actual horses and the recommendation the the in one direction or another isn't anything that necessarily demands the KHRC follow it it's the recommendations recommendation but the the concept not not being recommended for approval by the the drugs Research Council group so we'll see how that plays out then of course this all comes from you know the the missive from earlier in the year from the strong rope and their suggestion and and exploitation to the rest of the industry to follow them and they're attempts to change the narrative from what was happening here program announcement four turf way to and also out of that meeting I should mention one extra day for Kentucky downs so they'll have sex instead of five days turf way with a terrific the purse boosts we had heard about and and kind of assumed with Churchill's involvement also piece of news Syrup Toga didn't have specifics but Nyerere saying yesterday that you can expect the same template for the summer season next year so the five days eight weeks so back it up from Labor Day and pick your weekends come for the Heat stay with us no wait a minute let me try to discuss that with Tina we're going to discuss the international writers Kelly Reilly next rely would say that the data the.
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"Final moments bill Reilly is with us bill Reilly dot com all right so if you had to pick today who do you think gets the democratic nomination just got done saying about would Biden I'm gonna succumbing to go with him because I think that in the south Midwest and upper Midwest Democratic Party there is not going to be the San Francisco Democrats and I think it's a when you get someone who emerges Bernie Sanders forget it all right he's not going to get the nomination Elizabeth Warren I can't imagine she what so it's Harris's Kamala Harris but if you look at what she did in in the Cavanaugh hearings and now there's a new book out about questioning Christine blazing Ford that can be used against her all day long so I think that the money the Democrats the powers behind the throne that you don't even know their names they would like Biden to be the nominee I'll say this to aid in normal more conventional times I would say absolutely bill o'reilly I agree with you I think things are so up ended right now if I had to guess today I would say the people that I'm paying the most attention to Biden's in there but he's not at the top would be camallo Harris booted judge believe it or not and and but I think Bernie Sanders holds a special place in the heart of the hard left and if he can get that base to coalesce around him and not split the vote with the rest of the crowd he could sneak away with the nomination not say I I haven't centers no chance at all booted judge I don't think so if he had he was the upswing now Cheney is on city safe I mean I do not record is is vin is they can get however Donald Trump adore experience in politics and he's president so you can't just throw them out the window I mean the judges would know very articulate but I'm still saying the Democratic Party doesn't want to get killed in this election and you put somebody other than Biden up there and the George McGovern spect for what is dramatically look they're not thinking rationally there there is a raid psychosis and some mass psychosis rage in the Democratic Party trump lives in their minds it's so hard to convey what amounts they want to beat him and that's the money people you know even in Hollywood even people I know and I know a lot of in Hollywood they are crazy left people all right but they in old then I don't see them so we only got a good win all right we'll see well we have a lot of a lot of time to watch and cover and all the we never know the conditions in October before an election November twenty twenty but it's fun to speculate about bill Reilly thank you bill Reilly dot com for all things Riley quick break right back we'll continue straight to.
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"Yeah. Even though his playing mister cellophane. These movies, they all came out at the same time and yeah, that someone said this last year about a John C Reilly award where it's become a thing. If you can get three fee, if you can be in three of the best picture nominees, but that's ten nominees. So it's easier. Yes, unless they go back to five. I don't know if they should have to. Yeah. When did you go out and Chicago one, obviously, so that must have been fun. Did you go out to all the after parties and everything? I mean, do you have any memories from that? Honestly, that whole period of time was so I wasn't ready for it. I don't think honestly, I wasn't. I've never won anything. I've never won awards still to this day. Haven't maybe. I don't think I've ever won an award while I was in competition with other people for something. So it's really foreign to me and this whole idea of like going out and trying to win an award. I was like, what is that? I didn't even know. I didn't even know that's what people did when I when I was nominated, they're like, okay, you got to go to this party this when you had meet this person, but why in order to win. I had, you know, innocently thought it was a meritocracy and that people would just vote for what they liked. You know, I didn't realize it was all this glad-handing involved, but so, yeah, it was a little overwhelming. Honestly, I had gone kind of under the radar for so long. I think I'd made twenty five or thirty movies at that point. And all of a sudden I was getting all the attention and expected to be able to speak eloquently in in schmooze or whatever. And I was just a lot of pressure. I thought my work was supposed to speak for me. But it was a great year and I was really actually happy that I didn't win that year because I just was not ready for that amount of attention to suddenly have some gold statue in my hand, and everyone asking me even more questions like, I don't think I was ready. Plus Chris Cooper was incredible inadaptation, you know, so happy. I feel like one of the good guys won, you know? Yeah, yeah, yeah. It was very satisfying and the whole thing, just the fact that that that all those movies put me in that room was like, I already one, you know, got tuxedo and sit next to Marti says it, you know. So has your point of view on all of it changed in the in the year sense? I mean, well, I'm a lot older than I was then a lot more work and I've I'm coming up on something like eighty movies now. And now I come to see, you know, especially with the film like the sisters, brothers, it's a vital and one of the last avenues to get something that's not a superhero movie too. To an audience. Yeah, you know, it's become this, you know, I think it's maybe started out as kind of like a salesman of the year, kind of a word know. It was like an inside kind of industry thing. Like, you know, like they do for plumbers or whatever. You know, like great job selling shower rings this year, whatever. But now it's become this necessary component of the marketing of films that don't have immense hundred million dollar budgets, you know? So now I see as a very, I understand why now that it's not about me or my ego, yes, it's very nice to be acknowledged by your peers, of course, but it's, it's a really vital way of getting the film to audiences and and continuing the attention and and the marketing of the film. Essentially, you know, are you surprised that Adam McKay has pivoted from making crazy comedies to being doing all this prestige stuff in film and no, I'm not surprised at all. And you know if you know Adam, he's one of the most intelligent people have ever met first of all like, incredible incredible brain on that guy. And also. Of the most subversive people, you know, you can dismiss comedy, but great comedy is very smart. You know, in order to really stay ahead of an audience. And really, I mean, I love pratfalls and that kind of thing. Of course, there's a magic to that kind of comedy, but the sort of work that.
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"So I think that's one of the reasons that the characters are so compelling. The movie. You just see them as these lost boys in a way. Yeah. Yeah. They're having this kind of belated awakening, maybe to another other sides. Then they meet Jake Jilin haw -rism ED's characters, and they formed some of the first friendships they've ever had in their whole lives outside of each other. So I don't know this really interesting first moments for people in this movie, whether it's the first toothbrush for the the first time you have like an open emotional conversation with another person besides your brother. Yeah. One thing I wanted to ask you about, I saw you and Philip Seymour Hoffman in true west way back in the day, and obviously you guys did on other films together as well. I mean, yeah. Can we talk about that do? Oh two and Phil Hoffman. I Fillon I came up together through Paul Anderson's movies on though forget when Paul found Phil for hard aid pulse first movies. I just found the next John C Reilly. And I was like, you man. And then of course, I met Phil and I was like, oh my God. All right. Here we go. Guys. Amazing. Yeah. So we worked together with Paul, I and then and then I actually convinced him to do true west on Broadway with me and that I think I think Phil was here he would. He would agree that was pretty defining moment in our lives. We were thrust into the crucible of the Broadway theatre scene and awards and all that kind of stuff and got very good reviews. And the play itself was this incredibly demanding, psycho drama. We switched care just to make it even harder which characters every night. Right. Not every every three performances which sounds easier except on a.
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"Rallies voice in it's perfect. It's just it's a, it's a beautiful match of character actor. So let's listen to my conversation with John c. rally. So thrilled to be here with John C Reilly who has four films coming out this year, and the one we're going to talk about, I certainly is sisters, brothers, a western kind of unconventional western, and you were really you and your wife were really instrumental in making the film happen. Is that right? Yeah, we were working on independent film with Jacobs called Terry and my wife house and Deke was producing that film. I was in it. And at the end of it, we loved the writing so much because Patrick DeWitt the author of this book wrote that script as well. We asked Pat if you had anything else, and he'd just so happened to have this manuscript that wasn't even hadn't even gone to the publisher yet. So yeah, we both read it very quickly and realized, oh my God, this would make credible film. And specifically this character v. lie. I felt really connected to. So here we are seven years later. Yeah. What was it about the character that that drew you to him? Well, in general, pats. Book is a really original take on the western rather than you know base the story on other western myths, which is what a lot of kind of western stories do. Sort of the cumulative effect of this idea. We have about the west Pat went into the actual historical record, and you know, looked at a what was happening in San Francisco in eighteen fifty. One then turns out it was really interesting place was again very multicultural place. There are people just streaming in from everywhere. I found this incredible archival photograph from the time, and you won't even believe it. But when you it's real photograph and it looks like a forest with all the trees with all the leaves taken off the trees and what it is the San Francisco Bay, and it's so full of boats that have been abandoned that looks like a forest. That's thousands and thousands of boats. So what would happen was a boat would land. It's Francisco and the captain would. Just lose his crew immediately. Everyone just run into the hills to look for gold, right? So the whole place was teeming with people like that from all over the world. So pats book, he looked at what it was really liked to be alive at that time. But then also there's this startling kind of emotional vulnerability to all the men in the book. Yeah, that's something you also don't see a lot of in westerns. Western men tend to be sort of opaque and stoic and hard to read and, and just tough, you know, and these guys because my character ally in the book is sort of the narrator of the story. You really, you hear what it's like inside him, what it's like to be a killer and what it's like to be, you know, connected to this brother so intensely and what it's like to feel like you're overweight in eighteen fifty one. Just really learn how to read. Details. Yeah. Like learning how to brush your teeth.
"reilly" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Check with Griffin and David wherever you get your podcast and you know, tell them, we sent you so now, Mike, let sure the interview that you John C Reilly about the sisters, brothers, as I understand it, you got him into you. Gotta got him in the room. And then the first thing he did was kick handlers which made for I think better conversation as usually happens. It sounds you guys really got into it. First thing he did was take off his beautiful hat which he had purchased from this hat store in Chicago, and I was like, did you buy it in Chicago? And he goes, oh, no, they send. To me by so many hats from this place, but it was like pristine, gorgeous green hat. Then he was like, can you guys leave so that we can like really just, you know, have a real conversation which I was actually kind of pondering doing Bill, trying to build up the courage to do. So. Yeah, it was great. We had a good chat and we talked, you know, one of the things I just wanted to do because there's he's been interviewed a fair amount recently. And that was actually kind of helpful because I read all the interviews and and was able to follow up on stuff. But one of the things he had said in one of the other interviews was that he, he's always kind of a side kick. He's always in a duo. And so I was excited to talk to him about what keen Phoenix but also will Farrell and also Philip Seymour Hoffman. And you know some of the other folks that he's had these great and Steve Coogan because he's got, he's got four movies coming out this year, but the one that he wants to talk about it and his and his touring in support of as it were is sisters, brother because he sisters, brothers, because he and his wife produce. It has read the book before it was even published and was like, this is a movie. And so they, they went and pursued the rights and he, he kinda shepherded it from there to here. So I, I enjoyed it. It was. It was a fun talk. I'm so excited to listen this interview, but what's so fascinating to me, I, I read that book knowing that this movie was coming. And once you know, the John's e Riley is playing that role. It really helps but connect. 'cause you just here every single line in John's.