27 Burst results for "Retreading"

Mark Levin Destroys FBI, National School Boards Association on Hannity

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Mark Levin Destroys FBI, National School Boards Association on Hannity

"I said last night on Hannity respecting this move by the attorney general in his memo go You know Sean I served as chief of staff to an attorney general It means during the Reagan administration for some period of time it never would have crossed our minds to do anything like this The Biden Justice Department is made up of Obama retreads The same Obama administration that unleashed the IRS against the Tea Party in my recall These people do not believe in civil liberties at all They do not believe in competition of ideas or competition period With Merrick Garland is done here as he's trying to create out of the FBI some kind of East German Stasi That's what he's doing Spying on parents gathering intelligence on parents tracking parents a special phone number that they use to report domestic terrorists So a teacher who is offended or school board member who's offended or staffer who's offended can report a parent to their government And the pretext here is some kind of widespread violence There's no pattern or widespread violence That pathetic letter written by the left wing national school board association They don't even provide a list of crimes that they think are committed moreover The federal government has absolutely no authority whatsoever to even go into a school board meeting let alone a classroom These are state and local matters fully local police can handle any violence And I would remind everybody that the FBI did damn little when our cities were burning when Black Lives Matter and antifa were brutalizing people were committing acts of larceny were attacking our police The FBI needs to get its act straight So this is a pretext about widespread violence to intimidate threaten and suppress communities and neighborhoods all over the country to comply with the left wing radical marks of the critical race theory gender ism and anything else It's a cabal of the thug teacher unions these educational bureaucrats these Marxist school contractors and the Democrat party and the Biden

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"retreading" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"retreading" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

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"retreading" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"retreading" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"The drive time news blast thirty minutes forty five per patrons news of the day from a perspective of truth liberty and justice. This is monica parang. Brad biggie our top story. Joe biden coming down with executive orders and other directives to respond to watch. Cnn so completely tellingly propaganda. Aesthetically says they literally start the article by saying facing pressure to act after a recent spate of high profile. Mass shootings president. Joe biden unveiled a package of moves. Thursday that seeks to address the scourge of gun violence he deems that a blemish on the nation. So the for the whole thing straight out of the gate on. Cnn is all propaganda but the there are many details to this. That really triggered me. I did not do not think they released the actual executive orders yet. I will say that the two big focuses and it seems to me what they do is just chip away chip away chip away at the second amendment and what they're focusing on here. Is this idea of the ghost. Gun the ghost gun. Which is an expression i had never heard before. I assume that it's meant to take aim at three d. printed guns. That is something. That merrick garland the attorney. General is going to address specifically the three d. printed guns but the ghost guns are self. Assembled firearms often put together with parts sold online four. They do have serial numbers parts. Do not require a background check. Some ghost guns can be fabricated in as little as thirty minutes. I mean thank god if you're like a victim of domestic violence and i've been stuck behind a waiting law but i guess you can't really get stuff online that fast so they also are looking at the department of justice is meant to consider publishing model red flag laws and those are tantamount to a federal law because they have these associations of governors and legislators fat coordinate legislation across the country so that to me is a flag that there's a federal approach to this. Obviously the reminds me of what the guy was saying in the rocks and video about the un. We created all the walls. If the so you guys can just follow these laws absolutely. That's what model laws are forest. So i never like those. That's why i paid so much attention. When obama had the task force for twenty first century policing mrs they are getting ready to write. Model laws and model laws are often adopted. And i'll tell you the kind of person they're adopted by so i'll tell you in a second. This is very important who who biden tapped as head of the atf. Back on firearms. There hasn't been an official had in years. This guy is going to be the new head so he let me just finish with. Biden was saying the things that really triggered me about what he was saying. He said this is a public health crisis. Go it's really important that he's using those Those expressions because that's the way the executive branch gets away with violating the balance of power's. The checks bounces. Legislators are supposed to legislate if they call it. A regulation like new york. They couldn't get smoking banned from bars so bloomberg and giuliani booth kind of used health regulations to get it to circumvent the will of the people. That's very important. And of course the covert thing has got everybody on board who completely putting themselves under house arrest for year at the cry. that is contradicted..

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Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar

Slate's Culture Gabfest

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar

"Me to talk about barbara star. Is rachel sign a staff writer for the new yorker. Hey rachel her so thanks for joining me for this one. I really was excited to talk about this one with you because you wrote something about it a little view in appreciation of it for the new yorker that i really love and i felt really tapped into some of the things that are special about this movie. I'm going to read a tiny bit of it back to you. Maybe that can inspire conversation so this comes early in what you're writing about it when you talk about the transition from what i would think of as the setup the first twenty minutes or so where we beat barbara starr in their hometown of soft rot nebraska and how it then it then transitions to town of title of vista del. Mar in florida. And so you're right. There solid jokes from the get-go but it's not clear right away. What the movie is up to our. Wigan molo denizens of los angeles where they first met as part of the l. Sketch comedy troupe. The groundlings taking the piss out of flyover over forties then skipping ahead of bit is talking about the the that transition you say but as barbara starr unfolds. It's quirky heroines fuel. Less and less like stand ins for certain kind of tj maxx shopper. Instead the film goes for something far more specific and silly loving often lovely. Where so many comedies are either retreads old ideas or feel designed by committee to hit newsy talking points. Barbara starr is the rare film. That feels sue generous in both conceit an execution barbara starr or such finely drawn characters that they could be nobody else but themselves so that really spoke to me and exactly what i love about this movie and this was going to frame it to you. Is that this movie gets compared a lot to bridesmaids which of course was written by the the co writers and co stars of this movie and malone christian wig and another movie that sprung to mind was spy which is this wild sort of a spoof of james bond films. That's also a female friendship bonding movie with incredible performances by melissa mccarthy and rose byrne i love both bridesmaids an spy but i found this movie far more original than either one and in a way more exciting i mean i can see why bridesmaids changed comedy history. It's an important movie. it's still a very funny movie. But this sui generis quality that you point to i think is is so much more vibrant in this movie which really could only have come out of the imaginations of these two women who are friends in real

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Nick Cannon says he is on 'a journey of atonement' and 'not seeking forgiveness'

Nightline

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Nick Cannon says he is on 'a journey of atonement' and 'not seeking forgiveness'

"We turn now to nick cannon sitting down for his first tv interview since widespread condemnation over his antisemitic comments. Here's abc's linsey davis. You've made a very clear distinction between an apology versus atonement home. Are you seeking forgiveness of. Not seeking forgiveness on seeking for growth nick. Cannon is not asking for forgiveness but after what he said this past summer many think he should. After years of building his brand bigoted comments he made on one. Podcast through his stardom and future into a tailspin. These people who didn't have what we had. And when i say we speak of mela native people they had to be savages. They had to be barbaric kittens class episode featured richard griffin aka professor griff. Who had been kicked out of public enemy back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for anti semitic comments here nick retread anti semitic conspiracy theories and questioned the birthright of the jewish people semitic people are black. Can't be antisemitic when the semitic when we are the semitic people when we are the same people that you who they want to be that's our birthright sow birthright.

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Airo.Life Founder Doug Mochrie

Startup Talk Toronto's Startup Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Airo.Life Founder Doug Mochrie

"Tell me a little bit about what is life. so basically. We're about empowering people and that's with free access of information with means segregation. And how do we do that. The fastest way possible. Well it's It's around helping people by providing them with a device and telecom lamb in. What's the amazing thing that happens when we do that. Well you'll have eight people prosperity but we also have to be mindful of won't be do elevate people's prosperity. They consume more so as a new organization. We have to have a strong ethos towards people and planet with their initiatives aside from our company inner products and services but also were our our profitability. Ghosn so one is towards shareholder return. But you have to have a hard line for helping implement money to use in the community retread or the environment so you say that Which is all good Let's talk about your business a little bit and then we can go back to how you're doing those things sure so You know is era life mobile company. Are you an ad company. Are you telecom company. What is now a telecom company most nations throughout the world and you already have telecom and thousand structure. I mean there is a few people upsetting that game Depending on the nation that we go into we want a partner and align ourselves with the right telecom that sees the opportunity depending on the nation. So we're actually an happen. Embedded app. that's non removable. Were a content delivery platform. And that's mainly what we are. We are a tech company and there is data play here. Your data is of value but depending on the market a person a lot of people think that our data is valuable. It's really not depending on the individual can be a lot So it's a content. Play it but we mainly are a platform curated content so the content makers that already exist and that apps for base where platform to showcase is

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Trump's achievements in the Middle East

Between The Lines

08:58 min | 1 year ago

Trump's achievements in the Middle East

"Donald. Trump's foreign policy is all too often met with derision or simply chairmanship? Isn't it? The critics Maki's diplomacy and they pan the choice of son-in-law Jared Kushner as a Middle East envoy. However just dies away from the US presidential election. Trump has had a few certifiable victories to put in his closing advertising pitch to the American people. I'm of course referring to the peace deals between Israel and Bahrain the United Arab Emirates and Sudan these have been brokered by the trump administration well to tell us more about the significance of these Abraham. Cords. For the Prophet of Jews, Christians and Muslims alike. Let's tune to Greg. Sheridan, he's foreign editor of the Australian Gregg welcome back to the show. Glad to be with your. Greg, your assessment of trump foreign policy generally. Well I think. The media has done generally around the world agree poor job on analyzing trump because themselves have become. So polarized there the all against trump or a small minority of the mural for trump whereas I trump has had some wins and some losses. stylistically he's been very unorthodox and at times on counterproductive but you can look back inside that what trump has been a bath is being creating leverage. The United States in K. relationships is put tariffs on China, and that gives him something to negotiate with Jonah He's put sanctions on Iran that. Gives him something that Iran wants to get rid of an in every relationship? He's got leverage for the United States. Now I think he's done a lot of specific things that have actually been quite good. You can certainly criticize the way he talks about alliances, but it these actions rather than his words quite a lot of the things he's done have been very successful especially in Asia and the Middle East is increased the US military budget more than any other president and American allies. Niger very happy about that the allies in Asia. Have Been Critical of China and most inclined to stand up against Jonah namely Japan India Vietnam Singapore Australia a couple of Damon our full hours course I very good relationship with trump role. Bilaterally, a lot of his relationships been very successful India and Australia. His administration has built the quotes the quadrilateral security dialogue. He has recognized the nature of the Chinese threat to the international system and do American interests better than any other president. Andy's moved the debate along at the same time. There's been a lot of chaos in his administration, the White folks terrible but I think he's had some real wins and I think he's done very well in the Middle East. Okay. We're talking about the Middle East You have argued in the astride newspapers I amount to a major step forward in the pace there why these Arab states altering their relations with Israel is it because of the mutual fee of Iran or is it because the US has leaned on the Motley? Well it's by the size I think Tom plus some other factors as well, but you've just got to pause. And model at the size of trump's achievement in and. To even out of these words, probably you know get you sort of condemned by all international relax plots society at. A. O. Over knocks the of international relations would would excommunicate you for saying it. But you know Israel has five peace treaties with Arab nations. Three of them have come under Donald Trump. He has said we back Israel one hundred percent is move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem tremendous symbolic sign of his commitment to Israel. But he has said we all sat back the security of the Gulf Arab states and are opposed to Iran and we kind to put sanctions on it. We think the nuclear deal when far enough now, the Gulf Arab states all agree with trump about Iran. But also items cells to some extent lost interest in the Palestinian cause. They're certainly not going to allow Palestinian view of Israel to be a roadblock. Now, they say Israel is a very good security Patna and they are encouraged by the US administration to might place with Israel if you just change in your ABC's ready national with me Tom Switzer my guest is Greg Sheridan foreign editor of the Australian. Now Greg you've been one of Australia's leading defenders of Middle East policy for decades. Trump came to power on an America I strategic. He's goal a piece to be to reduce significantly America's military role in the Middle East. We just talked about this grand aimed Iranian coalition that can contain tyron wants the Americans have gone given that America is now energy independent moralists isn't this retrenchment from the middle. East if trump is reelected, isn't that a good thing? Well. I think. It's makes Grill Tom. I think it is probably a good thing. The thing tonight is about trump is that on the whole he has implemented a lot of his foreign policy promises. If you put trump's record on the Middle East, all together it's pretty impressive. The US defeated Isis and he's decided that the Iranian. Nuclear deal is a very bad deal. I agree with him about that because it recognizes the legitimacy of Iran's nuclear industry allows enrichment of uranium a whole lot of other things and then allows in a very short period of time I'm sales to rent said trump said that's completely unacceptable. He wants a new and much better they'll, and in the meantime he's applying sanctions to Iran. has significantly diminished Iran's ability to cause mayhem in the region but that brings me to the point about what happens if Joe Biden is elected knicks wiggle the polls. Many of the pundits the betty markets point to a Democratic victory next week if a bottom administration comes to POW, Greg dozen that increase the chances of everything you've just been saying being wound back, I? Mean wouldn't Baden for example. Revert to the Obama nuclear deal with Iran. Well Eight. That's what he says he'll do allow. Kind of the problem. So the final point from the past there is that trump is not engaged in any new military adventures whereas even Bama engaged in the regime change in Libya which had absolutely eleven offers consequences now, Baden. It's very unclear. What kind of Administration Baden will provide his advisors at the moment seemed to be dominated by retreads from the second, I. Bob. Administration Susan Rice and Ben Rides. But then his party has moved along why for an elect- with Anastazia. Cortes and Bernie Sanders and the influence of the crew he says he's going to make climate change the center of all of his foreign policy I think. He may repeat a mistake of trump's, which is simply to try to undo everything his predecessor is done whereas trump has left Baden assuming button does win trump was left on a lot of leverage tramples. Authorized the elimination of the commander of the Iranian could force SOMAINI and. The, Iranians, like everyone else are scared of trump and they're. Constrained by not knowing what he's going to do even though he hasn't done any major military intervention, I don't think I've boughten will WANNA put more troops back into the Middle East or anything like that. The story of the last ten or twelve years really has been Americans will will say trying to get out of the Middle East and finding it very, very difficult to do so but Baden would be. Tremendously mistaken if he didn't try to capitalize on the successes, trump might I certainly don't think he's GonNa WanNa Talk Sudan or by Ryan will will the United Arab Emirates? Out of normalization with Israel, but will is administration base smart enough to keep it going with other Gulf states in trump was saying the other day that he thinks Saudi. Arabia can might place. With Israel, we'll that would been shattering. That would be I don't tectonic shift in the Middle East and Baden if he's smart or his administration as. Will keep going down that road and then God bless them. They can get all the accolades for forever success they won't themselves. But if they get back to the Paragon the John Kerry paradigm, you've gotTa somehow miraculously solve the Palestinian problem before we can do anything else Well, I think it could be much less effective than trump.

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Body surfing

The Coastal Athlete Program

05:53 min | 2 years ago

Body surfing

"This week? We are doing cast a little differently. Last weekend. The All bodysurfing club had their June meet up on its beach over on the west side of Santa. Cruz and I had the privilege of attending that event. It was hosted by Jason from Super Biscuit. Who you guys might know from episode. Episode Fifty Eight and Episode Twenty One and we got the chance to talk to some of the other sliders that were present was really fun. It was really cool. meet up right off the top. We knew it was going to be a good time. Because as we are coming down the stairway spread out. Of course, Arturo was out there from one more wave, one more Wade's own art. Role he was riveted. He was absolutely rip. India that bright. Orange. Brain blocking on so that was really cool to see and it was not a big day by any means it was like one two three footers I guess, and that was good for me, because even though I was like ninety five percent on point with my son protection my wetsuit, my kicker, my wet bag. I of all people forgot my fins. So that was less than awesome. Those definitely not not awesome, but what I decided to do instead was taking advantage of having a Mike on me and having the camera on me, so I decided to talk to some of these crazy people that like make our community and one of the first people I talked to. You wish Jj. Jj. You were just telling me you rock defense and slide boards, right? That's right. Yeah, how many people in today's all ciders meet up? Did you know before you can? About three of them who already renew Jason are and Jeremiah, Nice Nice. And you've got to be Corey today right right? Yeah, so How many times per week would you say you body sir? Twice a week. Yes, sir, or just body I use. Herbs are used by serving as will warm up. Essentially for a head in with him board Nice and how did you get hooked up with all -siders I rancid Jason La Belle year ago towels and he told me about. His Little Syndicate, he's starting to to A little group, Local Group you'll buy surfing, so that's got introduced. Nice and I. Do you enjoy doing these types of meet ups? Yeah, it's so fun to like feel to just body. Serve a bunch of guys who? Are Like minded enforce moment, just Bernie every time. How would you say the beach closures have impacted you since you're traveling around concern. I mean it's tough I. Mean I I have to have my car all time essentially, so it's been tough to define spots to actually get parking at the same time it. It's understandable. You know even the community safe. What about? Surfing lies where it's right now. Where do you usually ride? I'm typically over at pleasure point. It's sometimes another month. Yeah! How do you feel about? Do you think that like based off of how politicians responded to Cova nineteen in terms of beach closures and access to natural parts and resources, would that influence your voting going forward, or do you think that will still continue to be a second or third tier issue when it comes time who to vote for the balls I refer me personally. It's most likely going to be a second tier second thing. Just because I'm, I'm not local, so it's not within my radar completely, but understandable I. It's something I will put in. Our way in as my as part of my. rationale. In voting. Thank you think that. It's funny how? In the moment I wasn't aware of the sea line noise and now. It sounds like we were basically at fisherman's wharf in San Francisco. I actually also saw Jj this morning. Over by Jack's House on the east side, he was carrying a short. Next up I got a chance to talk to an listener of the podcast. In fact, this young man swam up to me in the lineup. Instead I heard your voice and immediately recognized. You was really cool for me. It's one of the first times that's happened. Organically in the ocean, so it's always cool. You know I. I love meeting. You guys and I. Hope that if you ever see me or Joe or Danny, you know you're always welcome to come and say hello. Anyway let me introduce you guys to Corey. Vo Corey is legit if you were watching instagram feed over the weekend, and you saw that guy snag that narrow point break. That, dirty dirty left. That was this man. That was corey. ARLY? Speaks really getting to be. I'm here with Corey. Round two point because we tried to do the the first time. I like a fool did not hit record correctly Where where did you travel down to Santa? Cruz from today. Came from San Francisco this morning. And that's your your home. That's where you live. primarily. That is where I reside, and that's where I find most of my waves and you add. Without trying to retread too much. You told me that you primarily served at Baker Beach. WHO. Baker beach most of the time and if not there, Ocean beach somewhere Kelly's cove. And what is the community been like up there? Which your experience that it? Is it primarily scraper is great. Surfers I I. Probably are pretty much only serve And if I'm that Baker Beach? There's there's a group of us who come out. I don't even have to hit the guys up usually. Will all be out there at the same time but. There are there. Uh. Guys who hit me up wonder if it's going to be good and we'll, we'll just head out there.

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"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

RetRead Podcast

14:06 min | 2 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

"The KNOB get stuck and they just starts overflowing all over the bathroom cody and their dad. Run out of the rooms trying to help her. James runs out screaming that he can hear cubby and everyone goes silent and they hear the barking and high pitched frantic wells poor little Kobe. Mrs Frazier runs out of her room. Covered in blood dripped onto her from the ceiling. Here's a dark puddle of blood on the ceiling above the bed and it's trickling down in a steady stream. It's on the bed all over. Mrs Frazier Mr Frazier decides that it's coming from the Attic. And He needs to go up to investigate to see what's what's causing this weird red blood type thing. So He's gone for a bit and everyone a bit worried he finally comes out and he is shot he just keeps motoring heads heads over and over again he saw three human heads a woman and two children. He is inconsolable urged muttering heads. And then he just starts screaming that they need to call the police. There's heads heads. Spent THIRTY MINUTES INVESTIGATING. But they don't find any heads can explain the Green. Goo or the blood but they do. Call a doctor to tranquilize Mr Frazier to calm him down. This is so sad. Do right because in that moment when Kelly catches cody you think maybe all of this goes shit is just cody fucking around. Everything's GonNa be fine. Kelly goes to sleep or tries to and it's like you know what I can't quite fall asleep yet. I'm going to try to splash water on my face to help myself go to sleep. And then everything fucking melts down. We're reminded that cubbies still somewhere in the fucking wall then green goop everywhere blood coming out and the heads and now Mr Frazier doesn't know about the heads yet but we already heard the story from Anthony about the missing heads. Well they gotTA surmise. Oh Shit this must be the heads of the original owners family. Well we're going to get there because the next day. Mr Frazier decides that he needs to call. Mr Leery cody has told her parents to story that Anthony had told Kelly and cody and their frigging out. Even though Mr Frazier was only one who got some sleep? Because he was tranquilized. He's still the most out of. He's muttering to himself breathing. Hard he just goes on and on about heads. Because you know that wasn't traumatizing. Shirley Mr Lurie knew about the problem. He's been a real estate agent and shady side for more than thirty years so he must have known. Mr Frazier is going to demand is money back and tear up the mortgage. Because that's how it works. Mr Frazier Takes Mr Card out of his wallet and then realizes there's no phone number on the car justice address four two four fear street. I'm sorry what how did he do? This guy yeah whatever anyway. He calls the operator tried to get a phone number. And there's the listing Mr Frazier decides. It's time to pay Mr Leery of visit. Kelly was to go with their dad as emotional support. And it's a short drive down the street and they arrive at an empty lot. There's no four to four feet or streets who could have known that Kelly suggests that maybe they should go to the library to talk to the town historian. He'll know who aware Mr Lori is. Mr Frazier agrees. But still muttering to himself. They gave Missouri other money. Every single penny it all went to house raises the question. How are you GonNa pay the Handyman and the housekeeper and your daughter or the mortgage or get a mortgage but they spent all the money in the house. What what is the goal here people but anyway it sounds like Mr Frazier actually has no idea what he did or what the money went four or what is going on with his finances they find. Mr Stuyvesant the historian at the library and he also happens to be the town directory because he still owed. He knows everything and everyone and he's never heard of. Mr Ori goes to the current business register and doesn't find anything then. He goes through the historical record for the town. He's been keeping it since the fifties that's forty years. He Finds Jason Lewry in his historical records. She's alluring was a real estate agent in July nineteen sixty. He found his family murdered a new house that he had just built for a month later. He hanged himself in the House. That house was ninety nine fears street. Who could have guessed it? He bought a haunted house from a dead man. Kelly writes in her diary about you know the rest of the day. Obviously the family is freaking out and wants to move away asap but they have no money. Mr Frazier is acting strange. He's upset and can't seem to focus. He faces around and talks loudly to himself. He mumbles about Simon fear. Mr Larry the bodies I wouldn't really say that's acting strange. He's acting as someone would probably act in this situation. Get Your family out of their man what are you what are you waiting for? They can still hear cubby frying like mournful lonely house. James is still looking for cubby everywhere but can't seem to find him. Nothing weird is happening again but the families on edge course they are. Mr Hankers comes in every day goes straight to the basement. Kelly assumes is just there to deal with the rats but who knows what the hell he's doing there all day hell he's been going to work and hanging out with Anthony and he's actually coming over for dinner. The next day Saturday night arrived. And so has anthony. Kellyanne addity make out and Cudi is the third wheel. They have their meal and clear the dishes so they can go watch movie. Ebony starts washing the dishes turning on garbage disposal of course somehow and then he's hand goes into the disposal letting out a low cry. She stepped into the kitchen in time to see him tugging tugging his arm bending and pulling tugging with all his strength as he screamed struggling to pull his hand from the roaring grinding synchtree. Finally the hand came free his eyes barging with horror hinting. Raise his arm in front of him. My hand the hand was mangled pope a pink and red massive skin blood and bone my fingers. He shrieked his shrill voice rising over the grinding roar. Where are why fingers? Kelly hesitated for a second cupping her hand over her mouth as she gaped in horror at Anthony's popey hand then ignoring the wave of nausea swept up from her stomach. She dove past him to the sink. She clicked off the garbage disposal. Hatvanys Frantic House rose through the.

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"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

RetRead Podcast

15:19 min | 2 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

"Are going to review few street super chiller cheerleaders. The new evil is the fourth book in the cheerleaders. Super chillers series. I Dunno I thought killed last time but apparently it's back again. It's like Star Trek of the X. Files and things that were dead dead dead. But before we get into our review or discussion. I'm going to be reviewing Maggie. St Fodders new book called down the Hawk. Which is the first book in the Dreamers Trilogy? This is actually a spin off from the Raven boy cycle which was four books. Did we review those guys? I think I reviewed the series as a whole finished it. I think so but now back when I heard that she was writing this book house. A bit trepidation. Because I thought the raving psycho was it was well done usually when creators come back to a series. Nothing good comes from it and I had read a few of her. Other books were okay. They didn't really strike the same way that the ravens psycho did so I was like. Oh now she's lost her touch or whatever the heck and then I found that the character ronin would be featured in this series as opposed to blue or Ganzi or any of the main characters from the Ravens Cycle. I mean he was a main character but he sort of like a secondary main character. If we transpose this into the Harry Potter universe. Well he's not like Harry Ron or her mining. Ron's brothers I mean he has his own storyline in like part of the plot does revolve around him. So let's just say he's not one of the core three but he still like an important character. I mean I like Ronin enough as a character but I didn't know how he would do as the featured character you know. He was in the character that really like spoke to me from the original series after reading this book. It's clear that I was worried about nothing. It's perfect I loved it I mean. First of all Steve Fodders writing something about her other non riven psycho. Books didn't strike me in the same way the Ravens. I go did but with this book. It's back it's this. Precise writing gets the point. But it's also beautiful a move the story along but it also like takes time to develop and differentiate the different characters it takes the reader on an emotional journey and it gets them invested in. What's happening was about to happen. In both the plot and like each character's individual story really great at Writing Character Interactions and Group interactions when the various characters are together. Some writers will just make you forget. Who's there with them? We'll characters there again who's talking. What's going on doesn't matter because like these two are the dominant ones in this conversation. You don't really get that with her like she really makes you feel like you're in a room with them and like enjoying their like interactions and she was just on fire this book and what we were introduced to. Ronin family in the previous series instead of being really background characters like think shaded shame Thomas from Harry Potter. If you want to just US Harry Potter for some reason. I'm read that much ground. Beef only got a few references but in this book they become secondary characters. They're they're they've made it and it really benefits both of them. Because declan in the original series the raving psycho was kind of like a stick in the mud. The good brother who's Prim and proper in his always bossing his younger brothers around because he is the patriarch after their father dies. Personally he's Kinda like Percy weasley. Yes except Mr Easy to dive. Whatever you certainly read more books than Harry Potter. But in this book he suddenly humanize you understand so much about him. Any see more fasces about him. This book also introduces something. Else dreamers. So the previous series you find out that Ronin Lynch is a and dreamers basically someone who can dream things and bring them back to reality so it can be something simple like a motorcycle. That could just run on anything or nothing just runs to monsters that you've jumped up in here. They are in real life. You had finally to kill them and he always thought that it was like a familial thing. His father was a dreamer and he's a dreamer but in this book. Introduces there are lots of dreamers out there at least more than Ronin but there's also people that want to kill the dreamers because it's been foreseen that a dreamer or cause the end of the world and is better to be safe and kill off them rather than risk Armageddon. You know this is another thing that we can talk about C. fodders writing because you think that like the people who are out to read the dreamers clearly the bad guys because you wanNA cheer for Ronin you WanNa cheer for like the Other Dreamers. You've been introduced to you. Do not want them dead but at the same time the way. Sti Fodder wrote the people who are out to find them catch some kill them. She abuse two of them like Franklin and percival for the most part with so much humanity. That's kind of difficult to not cheer for them as well. Because you see their side of things you understand. The fate of the world is at stake so even if their success means the end of Ronin and another main character that's introduce and their entire families. Maybe it's for the best of humanity and then you know you might be thinking you've nothing but about the characters and the writing we only have a basic idea of the plot and it's not like there is no plot or I didn't enjoy the plot is just the plot is so intertwined with the characters and the writing that it's generally hard to talk about it and plus it would just be spoilers. I do think that you probably need to read the Raven Psycho before reading this book therefore really great books. I really gives you a good background of the world. You're diving into. I don't necessarily think you have to read it but I think Ronin is a bit of a difficult character to like right off the bat it makes sense. You wouldn't want to read a book all about Luna Love Good and you never had Harry Potter before and like you don't understand what's going on. She's like a total Weirdo. And it's like what you might. I don't know she's kind of Weirdo. She would be very interesting main character even without hair fodder. I think. No that's true. It's like starting a series in the middle of something it just. It doesn't work. I mean you could try. I didn't try it so I can't really tell you how it is but I really enjoy the Raven Psycho and I'm glad that I have that background before entering this series. Give those books a world. I think I gave those like a rave review too. But I definitely gave this a five out of five stars. I really enjoyed it once. I really started it. I could not stop it you know. Sometimes I feel it when you review book again it for is it five not share. You think about it. This is like boom five-star done type of the review. You hated the review that I tied up. You know what what happened. Was I feel squarely aimed at people who have already read the Ravens cycle which is not me and so. I was reading this book and it was all like. If you like that. Then you'll love this and and remember that this is what it comes to that and it's I don't know time out we can solve. We recommend this book for anybody. That's read the Raven cycles looking for the next book that they want to pick up. Do you think you someone who hasn't read. The Ribbon Psycho is at all interested in reading this snow. And what can I do to convince you while I tell you what the cover looks pretty cool. It's got this big hawk. And it's like swooping down and he goals. We'll blinds swooping. Yeah it looks cool as nickelodeon cover. You're sitting on the subway reading it. You know you're not going to be embarrassed height or anything except praise. It doesn't really answer your question. I realize now it does not I mean would. Would anything get you to read it? Got a five star review from me. No that's true. I guess but I have so many of the books. Were to read lows. Though I will do my best to try to convince surged. Actually take a look at this book but listeners. You guys should check it out. It's caught on the hop Bye Majesty fodder highly recommend coming up after the intermission. We will talk about Fierce Street. Super chiller cheerleaders the new evil..

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"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

RetRead Podcast

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

"Fear Street mythos v O Shady side is about forty miles away from this country club just up the highway. Her aunt Billie lives in Burlington. So maybe this is a sign that it's possibly are Massachusetts shady side but then again like it would be a beach. It would be at a sewing poor. I think personally I guess except maybe doesn't make sense. Because further north the swimming season for ocean beaches a little bit shorter because it takes longer for the water to get warmer so early on in the summer. It's still a little bit cold. The swimming pools will be open but the beaches are still open in June. But the water's colder. Like maybe people don't WanNa go swimming and we've had other fear street books where people do go swimming in the the same time of year. It would make more sense that it would be a beach. I think if it were in Massachusetts have you like he makes more sense for it to be a pool. If it's landlocked I mean. It could be a lake but I feel like a pool more sense in a landlocked place. That's why I think it's definitely Ohio. Yeah I just feel like Vermont keeps getting reference regardless of which it he cited as we did get some mentions of families on fear streets and Lindsey Bekker's from Fair Street on the Millers would their hideous grinning lawn gnome in the middle of the petunias news and the Hogan's sprawling wreck of a house with its shingles stew in need of a paint job. These are families that mercer who is still Lindsay at the time mentions that she's driving driving down the street to go home. She recognizes their houses. I guess it's because Marissa's also from shady side and does that mean she spent time on Fair Street I mean. Do you think the mythos played any part. In how Marissa basically took Lindsay's identity. 'cause Lindsay is from Pierce Street. Do you think there's actually a part of Lindsey within Mersa. It all comes down to. Is this actually a viable psychological. Disorders is actually not so we actually learned about this in my cognitive psych class. We were talking about the Associated Disorders when you take on someone's personality or you have multiple personalities and in the textbook it talked about how people love talking about this pop culture because it's such a fun fun trope to work with but within the psychological community itself. There's only a few people who are really advocating it and they're in their own little row of like. Oh this is definitely a thing long bone you go into the clinic like it's very hard to see during the book. A lot of it is from Lindsay's point of view and Lindsay's like really Lindsey the only hint you get Lindsay's not Lindsay. Is this operation. She keeps seeing the blonde girl swimsuit pool which I guess that's the Real Lindsay. She has her phone number KNBR. Memorize Yaser Address Memories. Her aunt's phone number memorized. Yes she's got this whole thing. She's completely convinced that she is Lindsay. In I think the question is how did Mercer Sir Really Know Lindsey. How would they get to know each other? How do they know each other when they were in shady side for mercy to get all this information but the other hand anytime Lindsay tries to remember something about about her past? She doesn't remember it right. That's almost like the scariest aspect of the bug for me. Actually from the non remembering aspect of things. Maybe it really is just Maresca. PRESA just completely convinced that Lindsey and it's not necessarily some kind of remnant of Lindsey inside of her. I don't think there's anything left of Lindsey the through some kind of like weird paranormal things like stuck inside of her but there is something that seems to be causing Marissa to think that she's Lenzi and forget that she's Murray side. I'm not sure what that is as I think there has to be a fierce element to it. I mean your street is tackled isn't a couple of different ways so this could be something similar to the mind transfer tape where you can transfer your mind mind to another body so the transfer tape allows you to do that. But that's one way the other way was so unlike one evil summer we also get hints of like a possibility to transfer in your mind into something else so it's possible that the evil girl in that movie was able to transfer her mind into a cat or something like that so there's definitely often hints of like being able to transfer one to the other and she was able to talk to the main character the like mental telepathy in summer. It's interesting thing because the psychological aspect is kind of bullshit. Hurry so that's why moving to more like mythos. Yeah maybe a little bit of Lindsay's mind could have jumped into mercer's mind but the problem would be like you'd have the do personalities fighting each other in that case you'd see like more of like Lindsey fighting for control of Marissa's body. It could be latent guilt which allowed Orissa to cede control. I just don't see how like she's ever going to be fully cured because she was released. And then she like relapsed. Just GonNa keep happening over and over again. The one something could see perhaps is the police is kind of just sitting back and letting the whole thing play out whereas a normal investigation would have actually shut the place down in like like done a better job of contacting parents. They should have showed that whole thing down but they didn't they. Were just kind of like you know sitting back and watching it all play out. So maybe the situation was being closely monitored ordered and they were just allowing research data to be gathered by the corporation but then who would be the rep from the corporation gathering the data there because everybody seemed like totally clueless. Listen not with heat piece. You're either extremely extremely competent or incompetent. For a reason you know what I mean like. He was beyond incompetent incompetent. There has to be. Maybe it's Peden may end. Maybe may an is actually a lot older. She says she is. I mean man was really playing up the whole ghosting. For the reason I mentioned there was a death the previous year. And we actually don't know anything about that like you would think that the the previous year that was Terry said he didn't die in the pool though I I guess we're meant to assume that it was terry but now that you mentioned it it doesn't make any sense. Because if he killed himself in the pool because it says he killed himself you never know maybe May and Pete are working together like partners. It like a secret lab in the back. They've got microphones planted everywhere. And you see their push of like. TV monitors have headphones John's on and they're just monitoring the transmissions and stuff. I was just GonNa say that Terry went home and he killed himself at home is with the books as well as what mouse tell you who the heck is. The kid died. God I don't know you would think that would be something brought up but now but also if you think about it man's obsession with mice lab mice that Monchy that she brought with her the lunch. You could be a lab mouse and all the other like stuffed mice that she has. Those could be microphones. Those could have the blue claim them like help transmit Lindsay's it's like spirit or whatever. Well that's an interesting idea right because a pool normally has like a bunch of chemicals in it anyway right. There's a pump and there's a filter and there's like the big old setup cycles water through an as the chemical so I mean a pool is one of the easiest setups to distribute some kind of chemical do a large group of people. And just. Let's see what happens so they could just be experimenting. This country house could just be like a test bed to see what the hell happened. That kind of makes sense. This could be like some weird improving ground for their various psychoactive chemical applications of the blue claiming. Our old figure out what they can do because they're always trying to research figure out new ways he's still apply it nor do like make money make a profit increase in their power to down the other factions. I can kind of see it. You really have to like think deeply and Kinda like see the book from a certain Lens in order to get to that point though. It's not the most obvious one I would say. I think we're pretty much done with your Yeah let's move out to call. The big one here would be see that. It's basically a rehash of the plot from lightsout except instead of a summer camp. It's a pool instead of writing letters. It's phone calls the exact same thing. Basically it was a government person in charge. There's a bunch of like counselors run a Mug and they're all getting murdered one by one by you don't know which one of it is something that ax to grind the writing letters or they're sending a phone call whatever. It's the exact same plot in both bucks so except there's a twist has a twist in that. The main character is possibly the murderer because of a dual personality disorder. So it's Kinda like let's amp up lights out and and try to see if we can do it that way even both have like an illicit relationship inchape between our counselors true. Yeah nineties things. Well we've got phone. Operators you got Bruce Willis who tries to entice Fellow teenager to go on a day and say let's go to the latest Bruce Willis Flick. Now that doesn't happen anymore. But Hey there is. A Bruce Willis movie where he drowns in the pool. Oh you haven't seen that it's like what is it called unbroken or something or unbreakable anyway. Lack of social media facebook was around or instagram or snapchat. orebodies would have figured out what the Hell is going on. Within like a couple of hours they would have their phones and be like Oh. Let's look up the North Beach Country Club in the deaths. That happen here. Oh look there's an article about Lindsay Beck who died and then they'd be like Oh Spencer doesn't look like Spencer five-second Google fee. Then you're done. Yep those would have been lay. Siri find me all the information you can about the North Beach Country Club. That's what would have happened like basically Spencer would be under arrest and Marissa would be back in the psych ward and everybody else would have a normal summer. That'd be a which brings us to nitpicks. I guess okay. What is wrong with Pete first of all? So he's like I don't remember interviewing you sure we interviewed in the first thing you do when you go to the office as well if someone interviewed her. I'm GonNa look at her employee. File Yup in the span of this book which. She's over like think several weeks he never I did that so basically and he never opens up. A new employee filed for her. which is illegal right? You need to have a file with all the paperwork documentation unless like they're paying them under the table off the bugs he never actually gets her lifeguarding certificate or her CPR certificates which is ridiculous. Because what happens is if for some reason if somebody gets hurt on her watch and the insurance companies investigate and figure out that they have this fake live guard. That isn't certified died two years ago. That whole country club is gonNA get closed down. It's GonNa get shut down so I used to work at a summer camp and they basically explained to us the kid is that's it but the camp doesn't survive that cap shuts down and of business forever. You're done on. You need to keep all of this stuff like in order because Cam just shutting now. That's just the least of what could happen. Everybody that owns and operates. The place could end up going to jail. Well it's shown that they were completely incompetent as they are in this book. The reason Pete's job description exists is that he can be the person to make sure that everything is going by the book. Everybody's certified certified everybody's qualified to do what they're doing and everything's happening according to the rules because otherwise everybody's liable for whatever. The hell goes wrong. Anything allowed it Pete. It was hired after a death two years ago. A death the previous year. Like there's been a history of deaths at this place you'd want the person in charge to be cognizant of the fact that that people have died before you better make sure everything's at tiptop shape and the fact that like Lindsey Beck was not someone he interviewed has an ID card. That isn't new. That isn't even even active. And then just goes I guess I trust your word and I won't open a new file for you like what you what I mean. How does she get her paycheck? That's the thing like none of this makes sense houses displeased even still in business. I have no idea what the hell's going on here and also P. talks about interviewing Lindsey but like has remember Spencer. If it's not Spencer Yeah I mean I guess it was a phone interview. Don't you have to sit in your photo right. Exactly like there's no background check or anything here. Why are the.

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The Pixel 4 Has Issues and Google Seriously Needs to Try Harder

Android Central Podcast

05:20 min | 2 years ago

The Pixel 4 Has Issues and Google Seriously Needs to Try Harder

"You've had some experiences with your Pixel for recently and that got me thinking you know it's been a about a month since the phone was released and it hasn't gone so well for Google and is is this the year that Google kind of just seeds the fact that they're never gonNA make a phone that everybody wants like you've been sort of digging digging into this David trying to figure out. Why is Google so bad at this? Yeah and I talked on our show yesterday with Rhonda Mateo about this Little Morton. Ron's obviously of a similar opinion to me at this point his role. Yes came out you was frigging. It was it was like savage like the interview. I've ever read of any phone it. It was amazing when Ron really busts it out in hate something like you you really know I remember. I will never forget the time you reviewed the galaxy note ten point one. The original one and his final review photo at the end of the post was a picture of it in the trash He just really despise that thing so we talked about the the Pixel Four for a fair bit yesterday and like what Google Strategy is and I think one of the few no conclusions became too is like we're talking about. I think before the show started was the only league good phone it feels like Google do is the Pixel three a which is the cheap one like the specs. Actually don't matter like the phone where you're like well. It doesn't really matter what's in it. It's got a great camera and it has like unmatched with software and those are the two best things about the pixel but when it seems like Google increasingly tries to do a film that's more within that and tries to sit on the same like plateau is the iphone and Samsung Galaxy series. You end up with a phone. That just doesn't compare well like even when you look at one plus these days I think one plus is building better smartphones. Think Google and I did not think I would probably ever say that. Ah I mean Google still has a first mover advantage in that it. It always has newer software this year. The delta between Google having newer software and and like a company like one plus having it was was less than and in fact. Obviously the seventy relief that came out before the Pixel four with android ten onboard. But it's it's an odd thing and I I don't WanNa retread too much because every android podcast in the world has talked about this over the last month but here here we are and the thing that nobody talked about right at the beginning was that Google had the same endemic performance problems are the pixel for had the same endemic performance is problems as previous pixels and now you among other people are experiencing the same things right stuttering APP study stuttering camera slow. Slow APP loading General Janki nece across the across the board. That's very interesting to me because I've been all all over my pixel xl for being so terrible and all of those respects but my four excels been pristine this entire time. Yeah I mean like matter of just you are the unlucky recipients of a of a of a of a load file that's junked up or or is there something else going on as a wider problem. Yeah I don't I don't really know I mean the camera performance issues have really manifested in the last couple of weeks. I mean having having the phone for over a month now I've taken a ton of photos on it and I've really started in the notice that like especially when the features that I think is one of the biggest selling points of the phone has been the super This the new super resume and I use it pretty frequently and I just noticed how bad the Jank zooming and has become like. It's pretty brutal at this point for me. It it evens out but when you start up the camera like it's it's actively aggravating for me at this point I feel like I'm artem now with all these stupid phone problems but I've also had issues with Google maps getting pushed out of memory. All of my like you know my podcasting APPS and Like spotify and stuff not playing well but spotify. It doesn't play well on anything so that might be related Battery life has been tremendously. Hit or miss like somedays. It's seems okay some days it's like genuinely not good so we always see this Google's funds when they launched though this has been like the entire history of the Pixel brand their software issues that day. One can really seem pretty bad and eventually Google starts to like squash bugs but it does seem like there's a subset of people out there who pretty much have terrible problems for the lifetime of the device and I seem to have got them earlier than usual like last year at the Pixel three. I didn't have too many terrible problems. I didn't feel like but with this one. It's it's definitely been noticeably worse. I've had issues with the face. Unlock recently where it just sits there and basically spins like it's trying to recognize my face but it never says face on recognized it just sits there and spins and nothing happens and then I have to enter the pin or turn screen off and back on again and then it works like it stuff like that where. I'm just getting their things. Richest not a policy experience like you. You can really tell when Google starts rushing things out the door which is Kabbah does and I think after four years of this. I'm getting a little tired of

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"retreading" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

RetRead Podcast

10:58 min | 3 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

"That, like, once four to eight hours of past like you're not going to be able to do that. Or like if he's injured somewhere like oh, we could have saved him. We got him earlier, but note, the forty eight hours didn't happen yet. Maybe ninety thing how's that? A nineties thing people care back in the day. I don't know if you like Motors, hyper aware of getting connecti-, though, for his just let their kids from the neighborhood, unsupervised literally caught the police. I don't know. Yes. Weird. There's also the unseen with a psychiatrist. And I think we've got to discuss this already in mythos, where basically the guy just being pretty awful never really are supposed to Dr Beijing. Like that is a very gun of adversarial conversation of an eating them on. And making them think that they're guilty of a crime that the psychiatrists themself himself knows she's not go deal because there's already been someone who's core Aubrey did story has pretty must up. What's even more awful? In terms of Dr Miller is that she's been there for three days, she feels awful should being treated like crap. She being treated like a criminal. N n the dude sits her for like a long session where they talk about how she might be guilty in the very end of this entire thing. He goes, actually got good news. You're not why not take her out before she has to like, go to the bathroom, and take a shower with all the other girls in the holding centre for she's being forced as breakfast that doesn't taste that great in all that when they take her outright away. If they know that she's in. Innocent. Why put her through this would do you think of this book, and what kind of rating would you give it how many bloody hunting knives out of five? Would you give this book Lettie or shooting blood, two different things? One is something that like someone hid of bloody hunting knife in my room. I'd be like a little appalled by that. But if someone like gave me a hunting knife, that just started spraying blood, and I couldn't stop it. I wanna see like a fan art of that. Amanda is holding a knife. How's the blood springs spring in like a jet from the point of the knife? Or is it gonna like a little sprinkler and his spritzing blood equally corrections like how does that work clue or is it just shooting off the entire blade? But like the way he describes it sounds like the entire room, which is shocked with blood spraying all directions. Yes, we're or maybe want to start spraying. She's just starts. We waving it around because, like I feel like I would do that, so they starts right with what the hell is going on here. It's the natural reaction. I do think. Slighting something that are Stein, does do really well in the entire time you're never really comfortable with Amanda as narrator, and I think that's one of the things he does right from the start my putting her in a psychiatric units might making you think. Oh, she's mentally disturbed. There must be something wrong with her. You can't trust her as a narrator. So the entire time you're not entirely sure, like it starts with Mary is floating in a pool, but Amanda things that she's drowning in a soon as like she goes in and tries to rescue Mary, her mom comes out like her first thing is Christie's evil in your like cuckoo's, t your little sister had float so that carries through the dire block any at the end. I was not sure. I have this whole beta theory, where it's like, well, maybe everything we thought about Christie is wrong. Yes. She could be projecting stuff into her younger siblings minds in terms of what they were seeing. So I thought that was a really interesting way that he went about doing that. There is a bit of guests leading not just for us as readers, but for a Mendez a character, and I think they go. Back to the best friend, where I thought that was like the scariest book ever written because of how terrifying that hope psychological mind game that he is playing on us. And the main character is, so that's something that I think he does really well. And I think that's something that he carried through in this book, pretty, well, the whole Sifi, stranger things aspect of, like someone using the quote unquote, full potential of their brain, which I mean she's like casting lightning. Yes. She's like throwing headaches lightning at Amanda. Excuse me, whenever which also think about it could just be Amanda using so much of her brain power giving herself a headache and you're just like, shocks her because the electric overload of all the action potentials firing in her brain. Yes. Things Christie criss, he's trying to save her younger siblings from her all my God. So there's so many different ways to read the story. Maybe those when Chrissy actually a will grimmer coma try to like save the younger kids, and then when she got knocked out, again, she became a marionette again, which could explain why instead of jumping into a pool. Of water when she was on fire not doing that. Yeah. We're just going back into the backup theory for them. He does. Well, I do think like all the nitpick site have kind of ruined the book a little bit because why does she have all these be clippings word as she at him from how does she collect them? How does she have time to go like if she had just loved the hospital right before getting that mother's home for job? Why is she so obsessed with doing this, which she could use her power? So are convenient plot device. I mean, there's no way to uncover her dark past unless you have the newspaper clippings, because she's not gonna just admit it and amend is not going to just start researching it on her own, even if it is a plot device. It was poorly introduced like you can have plot devices like that. Sure. But Huber it has to make sense as to like, how wide if they need a mother's helper for like a few hours in the morning, why she suddenly a live in mother's helper for the entire day with maybe a night off here, their bed parents, that may be it, but I just feel like all the nitpicks, I have, like could have been a four bloody knife book, but instead all the other issues that I've brought into it have. Just lowered it to three maybe two and a half rounds of three I think he could have just spent. Maybe two more chapters justified it. For example, the persecutor just been bad Barron's. And you could just add a little bit more Gershon development for the parents to show their uncaring basically the fact that they don't want to get rid of the babysitter because she just needs to get over. Yeah. Those are her issues on suddenly, it was definitely there. And I guess the just need a little more of that could have easily done that he could've easily done another pass through editing. Ed catch all the Typos, maybe read things of the stuff. But again, that's the scope of a larger novel. We're talking about, like a little mini novella in, like giant serialised children's series. So realize it's episodic whatever I don't know. That means point is for me. I think this is going back from that book that he had ghost written and thinking he's trying to prove himself that he still has it as the writer of your street is other goes in book, it was pretty decent and maybe he started getting doubts in his two. I still got it. Do I still deserve to be writing the series and he decided like you know what I'm gonna roll up my sleeves and he did a previous job is definitely up there. I thought it was very compelling. I definitely figured out Kris motive pretty early on. It was just he dropped some hints in there. And I was like, oh, I know it's got to do with the fact that he's a defense attorney Amandas dad, but that didn't really deter me from really liking the book. Sometimes the fact, the figured out a mystery is kind of fun, too. I definitely did not see the whole final scene coming with mind control, and lightning and throwing headaches and giant boat. J seen have another survivalist cabin. Like, what did she think she was going to do in that survivalist Gavin just food, Hungary, shoving Cheerios, in her mouth, you know, to have been good. If you like described, like her hunger and stuff, I think my other question is it seems like Christy dispatched with the judge and the assistant DA pretty quickly? Why would she just hanging out at the conklin for that law? Did she need a place to stay that summer? I think she wanted to, like, psychologically torture amend. Why? Amanda, because she in Amanda or the same age in there for Amanda needs to suffer in the same way that you can't learn Amanda, you know, have the happy life that she was denied by Mantas dad will. I mean that's the way she sees it. Anyway. It's really her own dad's fault. He raised a wrong or something, she can't tell right from wrong. How many leading nights did you give it a haven't given my writing? I'm still thinking, like I would say it's probably like a solid is not like three. I'd give it like a two hunting knives shooting blood in all directions at five for me. So I think that kind of wraps up, our episode on fear street, one evil summer. So let's do our predictions for the next one which is fear street. The mind reader, seeing too much is murder seeing too much murder even make sense. I'm sorry. Isn't that a really awkward subtitle? Does it need, like an extra punctuation or? Adak needed something or an MD too much murder seeing too much murder. I, I don't get you know that goosebumps fake coverage Peter feel like that is spots. Yes, I feel like that's a caption from spots. It is definitely goosebumps caption, that is hilarious. It makes very little sense, and it could be said so many different ways. Let me describe the gover- view here, that are is a girl sitting down on the floor clutching her knees to her chest. Her arms wrapped around her knees, and she's looking up in fear sort of behind her over her shoulder at this ghostly apparition, that is rising up out of a swirling blue mist. And it's like this ghost of a black haired, girl, and she looks like she's in pain, or something like that scene from fellowship of the ring Goliath, drill is by the mirror glide rails, mirror, and she turns all blue is kinda like that, except very calm facial expression on the goes, it's not like a raging Galadriel. Joie expression. So I think that a girl moves onto fear street and it somehow sharpened some psychic abilities that she has. She somehow ins ab- reading, the mind of murdered ghost or spirit. And is now endanger from either whomever murdered the dead person or from the ghost herself said the murder weapon is a knife. The murderer gender is male and the victim is a female. That's good..

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12:20 min | 3 years ago

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"Call seven four zero two two nine nine six one eight before supplies. Run out. Years, three, mythos, obviously, Amanda and her family are from the Massachusetts shady side. No. Yeah. If you're two hour drive from the seaside, and we're talking about, like ocean. She specifically says ocean. Yeah. And we got the bluffs loves her like a signature seaside shoreline feature in the northeast ice, literally sat using Google maps, mapping, like the furthest east Ohio. You could live and to see, like, how close you were to the beach at no point. Could I get anything? That was route two hours. Yeah. It's not possible. I mean we, we actually did this we figured out, one of the earlier books, where did it do some vacation at the beach? The could have driven from Ohio to the beach in New Jersey, and it would have been like around five hours like it would have been probably doable. But this is not the case here. They clearly stated two hours. So, yeah. This is definitely not the Ohio shady side wanted that we get about Massachusetts shady side, is that. Harrison county is about twenty minutes from shady side. So increasing minor. We actually have a very interesting and complex villain. On the one hand, she is some kind of upper class elitist that honestly believes that the life of a homeless man is worthless compared to the reputation of a great man like her father, quote, unquote. Did he set his own office on fire? Yes, he said his own office on fire his family or insurance fraud was the implication, you know, he would have gotten away with it, too. If it wasn't for Amandas meddling defensive turning father like defending innocent homeless man was framed for the crime. And so they have to pay for their good deeds by dying. You know, the whole family should be wiped out. She already killed the judge and the assistant DA. Yes. Exactly. Accepted the conklin. We have that whole aspect of her. They could have just left it at that, right? She doesn't necessarily even need to have any superpowers at this point, she could just be like knife, murdering them all. But what happens on the flip side is that we have the. Idea of being able to lock the full potential of your brain. I actually a little bit of research to try to figure out whether said yet goes back because I've heard of this. And I'm sure you've heard this trope. Yes. Of course. Yeah. I think this is pop culture thing that's been going out for ages. And I dug in a little bit. And it turns out that this goes all the way back to the preface to the famous nineteen thirties book, how to win friends in influence people. You might have heard of that book, also it's very famous book. I didn't even know Rinaldo way back in the thirties. And I'm surprised to hear that. Yeah. Guess it's imprint and so on the original preface the factoid that we only use ten percent of our brains was falsely attributed to William James who, if you don't know which I didn't know this William James was a famous American brain researcher from the lady dean, hundreds early nineteen hundreds, he was never really attributed like legitimately. Dev, said this he did have some interesting ideas. A lot of brain researchers at the. Time tried to downplay their knowledge of the brain by saying things like we only understand ten percent of the human brain escape -able of but through some bad reporting that could have been misconstrued as only ten percent of the brain is being used which, of course, would be false, yet, there's been a lot of neurological research done since I don't know the turn of the last century inept. Like even if you say the turn of the century for us, like a lot has happened in the past nineteen years. A lot of the stuff we knew in the late eighties, or nineties, I would say is outdated, it's crazy. There is no actual scientific proof for this idea since like the nineteen thirties it has taken root in popular culture. We've gone over the origins of this idea in pop culture. But the most recent resurgence of this idea has been a believe on the show stranger things on Netflix there. We have a top secret government facility at Hawkins lab, and they're using children, as test subjects in unlocking, the brings full potential, and this is again, going back to that same idea that's been recycled over and over again, it's. Definitely a Sifi trope. We've seen it in Star Trek student Stargate two thing. And I think we've already noticed several Hawkins lab, top secret research, kind of themes running through the underbelly of your street mythos. So this could be kind of linked to that. Why is this kid who just randomly falls into coma in shady side? Why is her other ninety percent of the brain's potential? Suddenly unlocked. Right. Of all people in also. How does shady side have a hospital advanced enough to take care of somebody would like that kind of brain damage and keep them on life, support that kind of brain damaged? I think you need a trauma center when you which, I don't think it, would they would have in shady set, but they did sit that she's from outside. So maybe she went to capitol city or whatever that cities called or that new wing that they added on has the Greg facility to do that. I mean it's not just the facility per se. It's the staffing you need. So basically, she would lead need, like a lot long-term in this doesn't. Make sense. Like why unless she actually was treated at, like some kind of top secret facility at that point, she has no family left end? No guardians, or parents to really look after her or say, anything in fact, like the whole thing, like maybe her dad was innocent, and it was actually the corporation that sauce something in her and wanted her do brought into the fold somehow yet. I mean who knows is could go really deep but whatever happened. She breaks loose and wreaks havoc will. What's interesting? Is that stranger things initially instead of being in Hawkins was supposed to take place on Long Island and be a whole thing about the Montauk project out on the east Long Island goes, if you go online, you see a lot of things about like the Montauk project in Montauk Long Island. So if you guys haven't heard about it, the month project was supposed government experiment to, again, unlock second powers in children yet. That's really familiar. It's because the writers of stranger things were inspired by that and originally the show. Was going to be set on Long Island and Hawkins lab was actually going to be Brookhaven lab, the setting yearly similar to actually one evil summer where we have this beachside town with bluffs and the ocean lot of like holiday houses that is Montauk, right there. Like all of the links are gonna come together here. So I think we're gonna have to kind of -ssume that the corporation may have been involved. I'm not necessarily going to think that this is going to be anything to do with the fear family or the blue clay is not gonna be related to either one of those factions because it's not really how they roll this definitely guy, the whole top secret research conspiracy. Fem- just written all over it sit is the corporation work as a private entity. Or do you think there's government involvement? We don't really know. Right. Might suspicion has been from the beginning that they are private corporation, that does some contract work for the government. Perhaps, I don't necessarily think their government agency, but again, ARL Stein, doesn't give us a lot. To work with here in terms of figuring out their motivations or their source of funding or most anything, I think this project is called project. Fear is that an acronym are gonna stand for something? It will when I think about a similar because think about it. Things started with a fire. Fire fear history of the fear family has been intertwined with fire the beginning. It makes perfect sense that the start of Christie or Lewis as what she becomes starts with a fire. Oh, I see what you're talking about do not talking about the general corporation project. You're talking about this specific research project, the energy with Lilith, correct. Then became Chrissy. So I've questions so her original name is Lilith. Right. Minor yellow minor. She changes her name to Chrissy Chrissy was the name of her cat. Right. And then the odd thing is that now cats hate her. So she names herself after her old cat. I guess the cats hater she has died. Dying, because of a cat. She trips over that kitten like burns up. My question is, is there some kind of weird mine transfer? That's going on here. Remember in the previous book. We talked about the transfer day in Boban Guinea. And so we know that in Arles Stein's fierce universities totally possible to transfer consciousness from one mind the next and of course, the natives pumping Guinea, discovered a way to do this by chanting, the spell or song of some kind. And then you can do it now is possible that Chrissy with her unlocked, one hundred percent human brain, power may be hotlines without having to chant thing. In fact, we do have instances where she telepathically communicates, she projects voice into Amandas head from miles away. She's gave them all to make people stop what they're doing. And totally takes control of their bodies. Those do things already show that she can get inside somebody's head now. Can she permanently transfer consciousness may be his that somehow related at that she like, meld? Consciousnesses with our cats and did that allow her to somehow locker full power. Is she, like part cat, and then at the end the she like maybe jumped into the mind of the little kitten, right before she dies, and she's just lying dormant inside the cat's head? She can just jump into another body later on a later, fear street book, that certainly makes more sense than the endings, she got because supposedly, she tripped, fell and end. She came out as like a ball fire. But it's like stop dropping enrolling or anything like there's a pool in the house. Yes, is it by June. Go for the bull, she didn't fly like ten thousand feet into the air like no oxygen or whatever flame out or whatever it's almost like she purposely got rid of the evidence that she ever existed, but may be actually transferred minds into something else. And she found the perfect way to try to frame, Amanda for her death. Yes, she did it sort of goes back to them trying to frame that homeless person for the fire. Yes. Once again, we have another. Fire? It all runs in the family. Right. Like the daughter or, you know, if you go with the way Anna's thinking about this. Maybe the corporation was involved again. But either way it does look like an attempted cover up. And maybe we're going to see her come back again. Maybe she jumped into the Gidon maybe she jumped into the little goods. But one thing that makes me think it's the corporation is the conversation that Amanda has with Dr Miller will, you know, that makes a lot of sense. Right. Because it's almost like the end he's not showing all of his cards. It's almost like he's trying to force a last minute. Confession out of her. But also he verifies like oh, yeah. She was in a deep coma. She vanished. She soom strange new powers. Why would anyone believe that part of slip of the right? He like lead on a little more than he wanted to yes, exactly he has to be part of this whole thing that happened with the corporation, clearly working with the beliefs there and the dodgers in the mental hospital de wanted to put this whole thing away in pin it on her good on her. For like sticking to her story and not confessing because I would have been like up. We have a confession they would have gone to trial that would have been at, like, imagine this going to like a trial by jury, and she tries to tell that cockamamie story of hers in nobody would believe it in a million years. She'd be in jail hesitate to think that anyone would believe it, even with Kyle's confession. He'd be honest. There's a lot of time where she could coach brother for the fact that they bought it so easily the whole fetched. Knit of it. It just tells me that there's something more going on in terms of Dr Miller, who was a psychiatrist at the end of the book, they're gonna goes over everything that is about Louis character that produce this. But there's one other possibility that I entered deigned that was flipping the dire premise on its head. Let me preface this by saying, clinically we know that any kind of brain trauma, for example, in this case, we have carbon monoxide poisoning that leads to Goma any kind of trauma to the brain. Generally leads to a deficit. Performance. This case scenario, you'll have only a very minor deficit. Maybe like you'll have to go to speech therapy to fix some kind of speech thing. Maybe your visual Davidge may be you'll have like a weird limp who knows go all the way to you lose.

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10:29 min | 3 years ago

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"So Carter new to call Amanda. And Amanda realizes that time is running out, so MRs conklin. Let's knew that she'd Mr. conklin are going out, and it's Christie's night off. So Amanda realizes that this is her chance to finally snoop around to find the clippings into call the references. So she calls the references and the first number has no answer. But someone picks up the second number for mrS Harriman. Who is a judge? As the Herman's neighbor who accept the phone. They hadn't seen the Harriman's for a while. But after checking you found something really disturbing that she doesn't wanna talk about as soon as the neighbor, girl, here's that. Amanda is asking about Krissy? She tells her to run than the phone goes dead and hey, look crissy's in the doorway she hadn't left yet in have this really, really stupid conversation, while Amanda realizes that there's nothing that she can do without making her parents think that she's gone crazy. Dave shows up with the class that Amanda has missed, do you know, having little psychotic break. So they talk about the Christie situation end. Dave decides to ask Christie out to the movies to give Amanda time to properly snoop around Christie's room. Amanda fines only one clipping, and it has a picture of her dad on it. Her dad defended a homeless man against arson charges. The law offices of minor in Henry conklin asked that end in minor. Be charged with arson. Unfortunately for Amanda Crecy didn't really wanna see a movie once they hit town. She changed your mind and they had. Come back home, and she walks since she sees that her room is been must up. She is on the war path. Try to find a MandA. Amanda just cross out from under the bed, where she was hiding end. Just runs right. Past Christie runs today, who's still at the door dropping Crecy off. And she just jumps today's car tells him like we need to leave. Let's go, go Amana does Dave everything. She's found out while the agree that maybe Chrissy has beef because of the lawsuit, it still doesn't explain her powers. Dave drives to Channing bluff, for the pay phone there. So American caller parents before the clippings catch fire or something. But the road gets really foggy when they finally gets the parking lot before, Amanda can go out to the bay phone. She sees the Dave is in some kind of weird trans his blank expression with unblinking eyes. He starts slamming his head against the steering wheel in blood pours. Ms mouth nose ears, and he dies the car doors are Nope inning. Amanda tries to break the window. Ios crissy's suddenly outside the car, and then suddenly, the car, doors file open. Amend is thrown out of the car, and lifted up into the air to be face to face. With Chrissy Chrissy starts the classic villain speech. Most people only use a small portion of their brains. Chrissy uses all her brain, she can do anything, as she is held bent on revenge because of Mr. conklin. He hounded Mr. miner cut him arrested ruined his life ruined all of their lives. And at this point, you know, somehow, Mr. conklin, is to blame for her dad being like a total crook, and framing leg innocent homeless man. But that aside, she just launches into this super privileged as whole rant about how rich people are more important. I father was only doing his job, Amanda assisted in Tremblay voice, if head homeless man was innocent, who cares. Crecy shrieked. My father's life was worth much more than his who can't even compare the two meal. Little people like your father are jealous. Of brilliant people. They love to destroy the truly great men like my father. She emits that she's taking care of the judge, and assistant DA who were working the case. And now it's time for the conklin to die. A man asks why Chrissy doesn't just use their power to make yourself rich. Why waste your time messing with the conclaves? Christie's response is to throw amend of back into the car slammed the doors and throw the car over the bluff. However, it gets wedged between the boulders jutting up from the side of the cliff, we you the Bulger's come back and now, somehow Amanda manages to survive a crawling out of the car onto the boulder than the gar- slips off in like goes into the ocean. But she's, you know, hang out to the end of the cliff there and Chrissy doesn't know it MandA claims down to the beach in follows the shoreline back to her house, and she gets to the house. She hears Christian, the phone with MRs conklin, the conklin back to shady side to look for MandA and they left Kyle in Mary, Christie's care because MandA, you know, disappeared police officer comes by asking. About Amanda turns out, they've found the broken fence, you know, the gar was thrown through and Dave's burns had contacted the police about him being missing. And they know that Amanda might have been with him. So they say, well we see the fence that spoken. We know that a car is missing, maybe the car went through the fence, we don't know. Yeah, I mean that goes in that goes out cars, not there anymore after cruzi goes to the bathroom. Amanda uses the supper -tunities to go to the kitchen gets food. Unfortunately, kiling, married, run into the room in amend has barely able to hide in sneak out of the house, but she leaves Cheerios on the counter, Chrissy, obviously figures out that Amanda is somewhere near the house. Chrissy gets into Amandas head and tells her that event is going to die and then Mary, and then Kyle while now, Amanda knows it as long as she can still live Marion cows should be safe. So she hijacks somebody's wave runner and goes to the island that has the cash supplies in the old abandoned hunting camp. She Rambos up arming herself with knives and shit while eating dehydrated food avail. Lable any Chrissy gets back into her head it simulates that you. She's not playing this game. Screw it. She's gonna kill in. Mary, starting with Mary amended jumps onto the wave runner zooms back to the area near her parents beach house. She sees Chrissy taking the skiff out to sea with Kyle in Mary, Christy attacks. Amanda with headaches. I censored it goes, but basically, she, like Tele, Connecticut, headaches. Amanda, she throws headache. Sadder sounds so silly, when you're reading it out. I don't know. But anyway, then she shoots a lightning bolt at her, which throws Amanda into the water. Elemental Heus yourself under the skiff, and she sees Chrissy holding a knife up to marries throat. She manages to tackle Chrissy free, marry this, actually like a really intense scene. Right. There's like the scuffle Chrissy uses her powers to throw a up in the air, and then she slams her back down on the boat like really hard and she's about to do it again. But then the boat crashes because I guess it's moving it crashes into a rock or. Something in Christmas thrown back. It's Mexico head into the bow the boat and end untie on gags her siblings, Mary sobbing Kyle was just really dazed and confused. American sitters through in Chrissy overboard, because fuck this person, but then decides you know what? She's not a murderer can't do this kind of thing. But maybe not I don't know what go home Amena tries to call the police except Justice, she's about to call Chrissy wakes up. 'cause, you know, they took Chrissy back into the house with them. They walked up the dragged her body of the bluff header by legs dragged her with her head hitting Iraq in the way. Oh my God. Yeah. That would have been better. But apparently to Chrissy this was a nap and taking naps helps replenish your energy. So now she stronger than ever. You gotta figure the first time she got severe brain trauma was in a coma. She liked became super humanly powerful so like she gets a minor concussion is probably like a slight Bauer upright. She ties herself with her powers starts attacking. Amanda with furniture. In other furnishings from the house. Kyle Mary manage to run out of the house, and then like something. She throws catches on fire like I won't Bush's throwing candles, but the candles lit, but somehow there's fire I dunno anyways, everything just starts burning cruzi runs over the physically Documenta, but then trips over the calico kitten and lands headfirst into the flames. Amanda grabs the kitten and runs the house to join up with Kyle when Mary Cruces flaming body rolls out of the house, and then just flames out. So anyway, as we now are back to present day with MandA in Juneau detention center announced only gonna make a lot of sense. She was seeing a psychologist for choosing Guidry's another person she had issues with is dead. So Dr Miller is going over everything with Amanda, the police, found Chris's body, but because of the head wound it determine that she was hit first, and then sit on fine. So man is going to be charged for murder because they didn't believe her story of her being an evil witch shoot through headaches and lightning. At me. I swear and then she used her powers to throw furniture in something called in fire. I don't know what got on. Fire was an accident. They never found the skiff because it sink into the ocean tide carried away. Never found the car and the police also saw Amanda running away from the fire, which is actually more proof of guilt. Because if she weren't going to shoot have been running towards the fire or something, I don't know. Don't people run away from fire, and like the only one who could corroborate it all? This is Kyle. But he hasn't said a word since the events of that day after Dr Miller rings her down for a bit. He reveals that, hey, good news. Kyle Ken talk, and he starts peaking this morning, and he actually corroborated Amanda story is Dr Miller messing with. He's working with the police to get Glasmann confession out of hers knee and the judge's neighbor. You know, from the reference told the police everything she nouvelle Christie as well. So Dr Miller reveals that Chrissy is actually Lilith. She was in a deep coma, and then one day, she vanished and Lula must've assumed these strange. New powers while she was in her coma, and she's been seeking revenge for her mother in father's death. And actually her name was Lilith Boorda, the name Chrissy come from. It was their cats name. This is not the role of the psychiatrists, but whatever I still don't get first of all, thirties would have never believed the story, even if all the evidence pointed towards it because there's no video evidence of any of these superpowers. So I dunno whatever her burns, apologize for not believing her, and, you know, the, the computer fold reuniting and they head back to shady side. But as a mandate looks back at the house, because they have to go back to the house of wire, they going back house out house. Why, why are they they're nothing? Maybe they were camping out in the pool house or like the shadow or something. Whatever anyways. So now it's time for them to head back to shady side. And as Amanda looks back at the burnt out husks, that was their house amended things, she sees Chrissy waving. But then the girl disappears before Madigan say anything to the other people in the car. And now. A word from our sponsors, screaming shouting.

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11:19 min | 3 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

"Amanda can't concentrate on her schoolwork. She doesn't want to join everyone else in there for 'Voliti is, she still mourning her cat. She tries to go sleep, but has awful nightmares about Mr. jinx? She goes to get a glass of water because she can't sleep. And as she walks past Christie's room. She notices the door is open. She looks in and sees that crissy's standing in a shaft of moonlight and laughing maniacally wealth floating Heff afoot off the floor. This is like where the book goes nap. The next scene involves Amandus parents waking her up outside of Christie's road barely just like on the ground in the hallway like right outside Christie's room, and Mr. conklin, was going out to get a glass of water notice, the manages lying there on the floor. Amanda absolutely freaks out and tells her parents, about seeing Chrissy floating in the air, and they don't buy it surprised prize. And then Amanda throws herself into Christie's room. To prove to her parents that she was right at Christie's in bed sleeping Bod. Amanda at this point is absolutely flips out in accuses Chrissy of pretending to be sleeping. She says, there's no way, I was dreaming or imagining things. Chrissy has no clue at Amanda talking about very reasonably amend starts screaming liar, while shaking Chrissy what's type of Mr. conklin to drag Amanda out of the room and bring her into the living room. She's sobbing while he says that he understands she must be in shock after Mr. jinx, MRs conklin ass. If Amanda is worried that they're replacing her with. It's like I wasn't worried before you said that. But now that you mention it. But if we're thing for a parent to ask, maybe it's like some weird thing she picked up in her research about child stress. Amend is upset by this, but she tries to be pragmatic and calm. She has if she's ever fainted before, if she's ever, imagined something before since the answer to both ques-. Is no surely, she must have seen somethings so frightening as to caused her to like do something completely uncharacteristic? Well, her parents decide that even if what she saying sounds reasonable decided must be because she had a traumatic event, you know, was a hard day. She didn't eat much for dinner, maybe coming down with something enemy that's causing her to sleep walk in imagine things, Amanda reluctantly agrees with them. And tells them that may be getting some sleep would be better than therapists. They're trying to pawn off on her mo- instead of falling asleep manages lies in bed until she hears footsteps going around. She leaves the room and then realizes it's Christie who is out and about. And when she goes to spine her, she sees Crecy eating Orioles in the kitchen. How Yvo so Amanda, does the most reasonable thing ever and creeps into Christie's room and starts snooping around this is where she finds the newspaper clippings and starts trying to read all of them. She's not really like a speed. Eater. So obviously Chrissy catches her and his fury about Amanda snooping around her room, maybe like an hour, most after the giant flip out. She just did kind of understandable, somehow a wind comes through the room and blows the clippings away from Amanda, and then Amanda runs out of the room, the door slammed shut behind her. What happens though, is that she finds the one of the clippings from the pilot clippings blown out from under the door or something got slammed outside in the hallway, and it's from the Harrison county gazette from two years ago docs about this tragedy. Mr. MRs Anton minor were found dead in their bed at one pm, their only daughter Lilith is still alive. But she's in a coma with little hope of recovery. It's like wait a second only daughter. So their deaths were ruled as accidental because someone left the family car running in the attached garage. Some shoddy police work fare, the carbon monoxide healed the garage and then went through the heating and cooling duct system into the. House and the thing that stood out to. Amanda wasn't the shoddy police work, but it was the fact that Chrissy wasn't mentioned in the article at all. But, you know, going to hurt that reporters don't always get all the facts, right? When covering criminal cases, maybe they just love something out, but Christiane told Amandas parents that her parents had died in a car accident. Maybe she just considers this car accident would just doesn't sit right with Amanda. She decides that she's gonna show her parents article in the morning, but then catches on fire burns, dude dust, and then Amanda hears maniacal evil laughter in her head that just won't stop, he, but actually if my parents have died by committing carbon monoxide car suicide, I wouldn't wanna go around advertising that two people, so I just say car accident do that's kind of understandable to be honest with you. But yes, she's obviously evil, this is like some crazy shit here. I think I agree with you to the point where the article catches on fire. Like that's all reasonable until that for half in June the wind well on the floating around or whatever. But anyway, the next morning, Amanda calls, her neighbor Suzy bent to do some investigating for her. This is the current neighbor bag and shady side. She sends Susie to the shady side library to look newspaper clippings, about the minor family, and while on the phone Suzy actually ask Amanda, if the blonde girl who came by the house had found before Susie could give any more details the phone begins to melt and blood comes pouring out of the mouthpiece in that year whole thing, Amanda start screaming into the phone to get more of a description, but here's maniacal laughter, and she was beautiful before realizing that it's Christie's voice coming from the receiver. The voice continues better get to school. Amanda Christie's husky voice burst through the pulsing phone. Christie's voice kept coming out of the red blob. Why are you so curious about that girl? Amanda, why are you so eager to know what she looked like don't worry? A your pretty little head that girl will find you at the right time. And was she finds you when she finds you Amanda, dear? You'll be sorry. Amanda freaks out and tries to find her Barron's. They're outside watching the tow truck taking the car away. But it doesn't matter anyways, the phone is back in the cradle as if nothing has happened. And then he decides that shoot check Christie's references tonight. It's high time someone do that. So that in mind, Amanda talks to David class, she tells them what's been happening, and he believes her because there's no reason for her to make it up their second time meeting, actually, but asking around in apparently, known as the miners, the address, Chrissy Gators to an empty house. A bunch of people were murdered there. So the story goes David. Amanda, go for a drive in Dade shows her around down. He shows her Channing bluff, which is an official scenic overlook that are bunch of boulder sticking up from the side of the bluff, right under the overlook which plays a role later in the book. They go to the beach. Meet some of Dave's friends in his brothers. Mike and Ed, he shows her how to ride slush drive away runner, and they actually take that wave runner to small island, which has some weird survivalist prepping stuff. It's like old hunting, gam-. It was used by hunters. But now is just for him and his friends. There is a blanket, and there's dried and canned food among other things, and then from the pile of crap their Dave gives Amanda a knife to plant on Chrissy at his bright idea is the conklin see at Christie's hiding knife. They will definitely fire her or something hone. Oh, whatever. So anyway, David, Amanda make out for a bit. And yet some of. Dave brings Amanda home, and he's introduced Chrissy and she kinda flirts with them. So this is kind of a distraction, he flirts back. They kind of grow Chrissy about being from C haven, and she clarifies that she's from seaport, which the Dow next is even and that the other, she put down is of the vacant house, because her end had just bought it and Chrissy continues to flirt with Dave, and he shows her the car dissolved by time so that MandA has a chance to plant the knife in Christie's room. Unfortunately, as she's holding the knife in the middle of Christie's room. It just starts shooting blood all over the place. The tip of the knife is blood pouring out of it. It's all over Christie's room. It's all over Amanda, while Amanda understandably runs around the house, screaming at as she runs into the living room, she notices that someone has slipped, the birds throats by, by salt-and-pepper. This is the point at which MRs conklin runs into the living room and sees the birds. Amanda, Amanda is covered in blood. Sud. The birds are like have their throats slit, obviously, MRs conklin accuses Amanda of killing the birds so Christie, runs into the living room panic, because there is blood all over her bedroom. Of course, Amanda flips out and starts blaming Chrissy for everything that's happened. And, you know, even though she's the one that's whatever anyway, so she accuses her being evil tells her unique to leave the house. Well, the conkland parents have decided that amend has officially lost her mind and having attacked Chrissie killing the birds trying to like frame Christie with his weird as knife. They're gonna find her psychiatrist, which, you know, is actually very proactive of I mean that is Bracco them. But what I would have done is that would've just fired Chrissy at that point, you know, my daughter was okay until his Christie came along, dislike remove Chrissy from the equation. Right. So Amanda session with her psychiatrist, Dr Elmont involves him, telling her that telling algebra is in the end of the world. It's only natural that. She feels like her parents don't love her and that she's being replaced with crisi better, the go again with that replaced by Chrissy thing if she didn't take that before she certainly thinks it now. So he sends a man out of the room and tells her parents, the same thing he told her in the car back home, then pretends to be asleep while her parents talk about her. They won't fire Chrissy because that will play into amend as delusions Amanda needs to work through her feelings Z that's their mistake. I don't think it's gonna make much of a difference 'cause this is like a weird gloves praying air floating. Article burning tokenistic phone melting blood pouring everywhere like full-on evil babysitter. So who knows? Anyway, moving right along. Amanda is furious, but has a plan to catch Chrissy off guard and proved to everyone wants in for all that Chrissy is pure evil. So she set your plan into action when she gets home. The first thing she does is she posed Crecy aside and tells her that she sorry about everything, and, you know, what must be friends, and while they're talking. A tiny calico kitten comes onto the deck. Inserts hissing at Christian bearing its feigns. Amanda, eventually brings the kitten into the house at which point she gets a phone call from Carter Phillips turns out that Susie is in the hospital. What happened is Susie. Did finally make over to the library to do that research that Amana wanted to do for her. She was looking at the microfilm of the old newspaper eckerd's and blood started pouring out of her mouth. And now, she's in a coma, and the doctors can't figure out what's wrong. Well, Susie had Amanda summer phone number written, like right next to her at the library. So Carter new to call Amanda. And Amanda realizes that time is running out, so MRs conklin. Let's knew that she'd Mr. conklin are going out, and it's Christie's night off. So.

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"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

RetRead Podcast

11:15 min | 3 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on RetRead Podcast

"Greetings, viewers and listeners. Welcome back to another exciting episode of Rhett rebroadcast in another book review up last episode was about book expo next episode about book cod. This doesn't actual read episode or eat dog about books and fear street, before we go into our discussion on fear street. One evil summer. We both have books that we wanna review. I resign bread. This was the latest installment in the Tober day series. It's called Knighton. Silence by Xuan Maguire I started the series off last year. When I read the brightest foul, actually here before I guess I liked it a lot. It was really action backs and four and five stars this one, I'm kind of more on, like three out of five stars thing. I didn't dislike it. I did like but, you know, something that was really good about the previous book jumping into this series of book, eleven it was very easy, because the author devotes the first couple of chapters, to filling you in on the bag story. And that's a godsend. If you're new to. The series. But when you go on the book after book, twelve like I did and the author, does the same exact thing it means a slow start. So when I started it last year got a couple of Jefferson gotta beat it out for me. Stop breeding picked it up again this weekend. And I could not put it down. It was just a real page Turner. Can you tell us what the book was about a Tober day is off another adventure this time? What happens is, she comes back from long night of doing her job catching Fe, beasts running amok in San Francisco all tired and ready to go sleep through the day, when basically her ex fiance and his new wife break down her door and are like, who did you do daughter? You know, that's really her daughter. She's estranged. And apparently, she's been kidnapped is what happens is. She is now like frigging out on my God. Her estranged daughter is totally missing. And she needs to find her. What if it's her fault, if it's because it's like somebody from the Fei world, it's common like trying to get to her by connecting her daughter, which notion Sherlock that's exactly what it is. She's. Just like following all the different clues. And trying to figure out what happened is very exciting. But recovers down to the end of the day is that these books they really seem to be about dober-, who is just an unforgettable, bad ass character. However, in this book, she just doesn't quite hit the high tide Mark left by the previous one, the punches, don't pack as much of an, the sort of witty remarks that she seems to be able to rattle off aren't just like striking as true as in the previous book, even though Tober probably ends a bleeding about twice as much as in the previous bug and just paints the town red with their own blood. She just kind of ends up almost like sleepwalking through all of the villains like zany schemes. You know, maybe it's because she's like half asleep because she's like essentially pulling all night are trying to save her daughter visibly. Nothing that is a raid against her ever feels like something. She can't really like surmount nothing really feels insurmountable, and it feels like almost like a foregone conclusion, she's gonna win at the end of the day when she actually does confront the big bad towards the end of the book. As all diplomatic because all of the little traps and stuff. They'll relate for her. We're like waits for the actual villain. Actual villages get stomped, and that's it. And then the ending this weird like secondary ending, which does absolutely nothing like this, all of a sudden, like, oh my God, the conflicts back again, we thought it was resolved, but it's not it's almost like it's nothing. It gets resolved almost as quickly as it starts. The other thing is the judge. The sea witch character is just giant macguffin Guber thing. Oh, you can fix anything, as long as you, you know, give her something in exchange in, in this case, it ends up being like a freebie almost anyway. So it's like okay. Yeah, you don't have to worry about anything because, well, if anything really bad happens, the Guber, gig will just fix it in the end. Then it'll be fine. Maybe just knowing that for meeting the previous book, also took some of the tension away. So overall, I didn't quite enjoyed as much. I mean I was still like laughing at loud, and having a great time. Couldn't put it down. So I would definitely recommend this, right. I wouldn't say like oh, it's terrible. Now I'll give it three. Five stars is a good solid buck, but it's just not the best one ever. That's my review. Do you think that you enjoyed the previous one more, because he was the first one you had read end because you had an idea of what the book could be didn't like this one is much had you not read the previous one and you just came in to this one, do you think that you would have viewed it differently? Maybe you know, one of the reasons that I like the previous book was all of the mythological references to mythology and I mentioned this. My previous review for the previous day book interesting thing is this one, also had basically, the same kind of references to gelding mythology, including like one very major reference. First of all really important to the plot point, but also was a full rebelling of a pretty big Celtic legend. I really enjoyed that aspect of it. And of course, I don't know if it would have been enough coming at it with fresh eyes, if it would have been enough to like balancing out, but this time around for me, it wasn't enough to balance out the fact that it was just a little bit slower than the previous book, and the ending was poorly constructed in my opinion in the previous book division, gets built up. And then you get to the vill-. And then it's even worse than you fi. You're like, really rooting for the village to be taken down, like one hundred notches or so. And then it happens, and you're just so satisfying. And in this one, it's like there is no real build up for the villain. And it's kind of anti climatic maybe if you'd read, like a bunch of the previous books villain, would be like an more like an OEM g reveal but yeah, no. The power difference sober days like way, more powerful than in this book, the villain like never said a chance it wasn't even a contest because the villain is like a throwback to the previous books, maybe like two older fans of the series. It's like this huge stabbed like, oh my God. Ten books ago, we will never would have dreamed that dober- would be here and look at her now you know, maybe a little bit of that. But having not read any of the other books for the previous one. I definitely did not get that. So, so is too much lagging that didn't add to the story between the action scenes, no no there's lagging right if there was lagging. So what do you mean by? It's slower the first few chapters again, like reintroduce everything. And then just the fact that it's not as sharp and snappy as the previous. Book was, I think you read a book recently that you enjoyed a lot more than I enjoyed Knighton silence. Yeah. Actually read recurs in by Blake crouch, Blake crouch, is the author of dark matter, which was the big sci-fi book from, like last year or two years ago. And he's back with a new Sifi book, and it's a standalone there, so many different books coming out at are part of a series, the start of a series of series, the end of series overlay crouches here, doing good work giving us nice standalone books. So basically recruiting is about two different characters. One is in New York City cop Barry Sutton. He's investigating this death. And also this mysterious phenomenon cod, fos memory syndrome. We're people go mad with memories of lives. They've never lived, the Mandela fucked, sort of, there's a conversation about the Mandel facts there in the book, and then the other part of the story is about neuroscientists cod Helena Smith. She does research on memory because her mother has also. Timers. She's basically spent her entire life, trying to create technology that's going to help people preserve memories, as a way to relive memories, somehow, these two stories, get intertwined and honestly ahead a lot of fun with his book. It goes, like cut of crazy. By a maybe the last third of the book takes it self to like this whole new level. The first part is really good setup. And I guess people might find it to be a little slow as you're being introduced to the lead characters and trying to figure out their storylines, and how they mesh together a once things come together. They like come together at the surface, it looks like this Sifi popcorn romp. But when you look beyond it like any good science fiction, it's actually, making you dig deep and ask yourself questions about, like humanity and Hauer memories, do or do define us and scientic technology, and how we allow it to impact our lives and. What for the greater good actually means in my good reserve? You I do talk about like another thing in this book. But I feel like for what I said about this book that, that would be a spoiler. But I will say that this book deals with something that a lot of other scifi books deal with. And once you get to that part in the book you understand what I'm talking about. But I just say that you're gonna have questions Ono. It's the scifi trope in it's gonna hit all the problems every single Sifi book or movie or show that handles this, it's gonna hit those problems and recurring, embraces those issues that you're gonna think of us as part of its plot, and it, basically, incorporates, those conundrums. Is it like a time travel paradox? So anyway, understands the consequences of those questions and allows it to be the driving force of the story at, like I said, I had so much fun of his book. I spent one day reading it. That's how quickly it went for me. While I thought the two main characters were. Kind of developed on their own. Once they sort of meshed together felt like they needed a little more cohesion to be brought together any complaints. I would have about the are more in spoiler territories. I'm not gonna touch on that, but I will say that I did like the secondary characters really like the main characters and I thought the world that Blake crouch created was believable, even though things were simultaneously deteriorating and ask lading quickly. There is some science think about in this book, and luckily, when I wrote my review, writing the high of like, wow, this book was so much fine. I did major in biology specifically narrow science. So I actually don't wanna turn on that part of my brain to think about this book at any way, shape or form. And I don't wanna think about like any of the other side of this book because I don't want to nitpick. It is not worth it just a lot of fun. And I think that if you have the ability to not focus on, like minute, details of the science, you're gonna have a ball. That's a warning. To me to stay away from this book, 'cause that's something I would latch onto just in the painting it. I don't think so. I think I think focused more on biology than physics as a physicist. I'm more than capable to assume that I know everything there is no about every scientific subject, and therefore would probably latch onto stuff, regardless of whether it's physics or not. That's true. His assists are a special breed. But no, I gave this book a four point two five out of five rounds to four out of five my issues of the book are all in like spoiler territory. So I can't really talk about it. I think those are the two books that we wanted to review, right. Yeah. That about wraps up our previous streets action. Are you guys ready for some fear street action will then in that case right after the intermission? We're going to review fear street. One evil summer..

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KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"retreading" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Lakers organization, which is an amazing history that they have, but you have to think three to five years not a one year window and get seven buys on one year contract and be hopeful that they're going to pan out. All right. Thanks for the phone call. Here's Stevie in Torrance ace Stevie or on ESPN LA. Yeah. Hey, john. Handy. A look at its dysfunctional family. It started with Jerry Buss, Jerry Buss was dysfunctional. But was money you talked about he went to the final seventeen times thirty one years. Yes. So my point is we need to clean house. We'll win. I mean from where do you start? You're already fired half the people went by. Now. There's no more magic. There's no more, Luke. Right. Okay. That's okay. That's the way it should be. That's why should be we want to start a new slate. And then what we need to do. Let's get. No, I don't want any Laker folklore in this situation. Let's get Mark Jackson. Okay. Bring him in here. All right. I don't want any retread Lakers like Kareem Byron this is. This is interesting. Thank you Stevie. Thank you for this. Any was it you or your brother or somebody else at the ethic who wrote about this that they have to get out of the window? Me it's been every single one of us. Yeah. And you know, we brought a bit. We started the show today by this drumbeat rumor that maybe you bring Kobi in. Okay. Now here I I may have to send out a new poll is sort of the addendum to my of previous. Where does he original poll stand? The the original poll stands at once. Because we we I think and Ramona thinks that Pelinka is staying yes. And so we thought well, you could bring cobaine because rob loves Kobe, right? And you were thinking about people that would actually be potentially willing to work with rob Lincoln the front office. So I put out a poll a topic that's kicked around on today's Mason island from twelve to three Kobe Bryant is the new president of basketball operations for Lakers bad idea. Good idea currently eighty two percent, say bad idea. But and that's like what Steve is saying. I think the idea of anybody with Laker ties is not appealing. It's like Mason is with USC football. He he he doesn't want any Trojans. But now, here's your interesting wrinkle with Pelinka as. The last survivor in the soap opera and calling the shots and looking for people that will work with rob Pelinka Kobe Bryant new Laker coach versus Kobe Bryant new president of basketball operations now that which terrible idea you like, no, no, the the coach idea is awful because Kobe would need to be in charge of everything if he's not in charge of everything he doesn't wind. Pretty sure if Kobe's the coaches in charge of everything. Yeah. I think always in charge of everything in anything. He does oil as the coach he'd be making trades if he'd be signing free agents. Yes. Yeah. I'd what other coach does that. Maybe Popovich whose Kobe though, how many other Kobe, but it may tweet it out something that that is stunning to watch. If you guys haven't seen it yet. I tweeted out this morning. Did you see Popovich at the end of the maverick game last game of the season on the sidelines? When Dirk got the ball a Gregg Popovich is a guy who is notorious for yanking his players out when they don't play defense. It's. They like is number one thing. So we had a young guy a guy on a ten day guarding Dirk. And the guy, you know, he's trying to make it in the NBA and the skies out guarding Dirk. And there's you know, thirty seconds to go in Dirks last game. And Popovich is screaming off the bench to back off of him. And the the young guy doesn't pay any attention to pop and poppies furious that this player is ignoring him and he storming down the sidelines. And then because he wants to give Dirk some dignity and his final basket then Dirk hits the shot. Anyway, and pop starts cheering for dirt. You know? So I thought that was great. Oh, what's actually like the dirty little secret about Gregg Popovich? He's a total softy. Yeah. He wanted to be really wanted. You know, wanted Dirk to have his moment. Here is Mike in Los Angeles. Hey, Mike, you're on ESPN LA. Hi, hi, guys year Laker fan. Okay. Boss family. But it's. There is no better time for the Lakers family to sell than right now..

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"retreading" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:45 min | 3 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The weekend. The culmination of so many of these issues as presented to our collective consciousness by the president of the United States at the CPAC conference at the Gaylord national resort and convention center, which has a big spread out joint and national harbor Maryland. And they were thrilled to have filled the place to the rafters even had even had. Satellite hotels around the country, even in California. That were plugged into it. And other words, they they had more people there than they could fill was standing room only for the president of the president. Of course, loves big crowds. He even went back and retread some of the ground about his original, his original sin in terms of sub much of the media that he lied, and then doubled down on it of about the size of his crowd at the inauguration, which he again insisted that the photos were taken at times that were light. And that even mentioned that Mark Levin. He's going to have some of the real photos of the crowd on his TV show Sunday night, Lavigne was a pig. And you know, what I? Right. Mark, right. Mark. If you if you I know Mark Levin, and I'm sure he was getting a big big charge out of out of all of that. I'll tell you one thing. This president has been very very good for talk show hosts, oh, man. He's a bonanza. He. Yeah. Some people say Sean Hannity is running the White House. And you know, Rush Limbaugh got him to turn around on the wall. And Mark Levin is obviously penetrated deep into the president's brain as evidenced by the fact that he mentioned his name of seven times today and kept looking at him for affirmation. Right. Mark, right. Mark. Interesting. Fascinating. And actually what I do. I'm publisher. Talkers magazine, I'm involved in the business of this business. So I have to say well, thank you, Mr President, your certainly doing something that is a favor for the institution of talk radio, and it's kissing cousin talk television. And that is you're keeping it relevant and important. I mean, you don't you don't hear the president of the United States talking about this jockeys? Talk show hosts on on radio stations, such as this have have become more, influential and household names as part of the news cycle more. So than I think they have ever been. I published talkers now for twenty eight years twenty eighth straight years. We've been following all this. And there have been times when it has been very heated and certainly talk personalities have been in the news. But I don't remember anything like this. So it's very very very very good for our business to say, the least let's go to Nina in Silver, Spring, Nina your on WMA L, Michael Harrison, how are you? I'm good. I wanted to comment about your statements about mine, the concept of lying. I had been waiting to see the CPAC speech of Donald Trump in as we're waiting waiting waiting. They had a clip excuse me. They had a clip of CNN and an interviewer and that the correspondent kept on saying how much Donald Trump is a liar. He's a liar. He's a liar. He's just get on and on and on. And he didn't let the other man speak at all. I had mentioned that the that the other man, it was it was Jake tapper on CNN and Matt slap who is the head of CPAC. And I was asking earlier when I was on was that being played to the audience at CPAC waiting to see Trump because it appeared that way to me looking at the screen waiting for the president. And you know, I was saying, please, Mr President do the speech ready. I don't want you doing it while I'm on the air at four o'clock. Because I wanted to be able to talk about it and also have at least an hour or two to think about it. And so it was on. There wasn't it. Yes. And I wasn't sure about if it was played or not. But the reason I say that is because there is saying that I mean, there's always that Trump's a liar Corsino that of course, he's it's like, well, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Let's look at the other side of this fence like their nose hires in the Democratic Party. You know, we don't hear about them. What about all the liars? Pardon? You hear about them on Fox News. You hear about them? Here. You hear that you hear about them on radio? Put it out there and say, hey, did you notice that? And I appreciate that. That's why I listen to the station, but on general media, stay big NBC CBS. I'm not hearing that whether or not as big as they used to be that's for sure. You should take you should take heart in the fact that the stream media ain't so mainstream anymore or. A much wider mainstream media quite shallow. Go ahead. I'm sorry. I was talking to this comfortable buying it has to it. Applies to everybody. Oh, yeah. Yeah. But would you agree with me that we're in an era now where we really have to come to grips with what the heck the word linings, and what lying is and I appreciated your intro for that reason. I also thought there's another concerts of line when you stretch the truth. Another category that you know, it was just like we gotta look at that. When the truth gets stretched out beyond the boundaries. That's all hyperbole. That's that's when you you aggrandize. It's usually the grand is d-. Now, do you think that Trump lies? I mean, I know that you like Trump, and you're supportive of Trump's. So now, let's have an honest answer. Do you think that Trump ever lies or is? He totally tell I do think he does. I think he every politician has learned how to lie. I think you cannot make it in that arena without learning how to lie, and what lesson do we take from that? There's news that we can't. I see it as this. I see there are certain things that I that they can have talked to us about that. They have to cover that. There are some things that are part of the running of a country that I don't need to know about. I I consider that in okay category that you know, my business. This fascinating, Nina, isn't isn't the human psychology part of all of this fascinating. Isn't it? It ain't easy being a human being. All right. Thank you so much for the call. Thank you so much. Good topic. Thank you. Thank you. Let's go to Sylvie in Waldorf Silva. You're on WMA L, Michael Harrison at your service. I watched the speech today. And I actually did all my errands earlier this morning in order to watch the president's speech. I thought it was very important to watch it because I love CPAC. I'm glad I did. And I watched all two hours in two minutes worth. I was so proud of the speech. It was a presidential speech. Like, you said with not similar to the one of his rallies, and I have to admit I was kind of worried when he left Vietnam because I was concerned about his presser and his press conference with the foreign foreign press, and what he said about chairman Kim regarding Otto warmbier and that he's a good guy and a great character. Those things those words kind of bother me. Yeah. When they're said about chairman, Kim Putin. Yeah. So of course, he was destroyed by the media because they just try to pick. What the words that he says and just make the media wants to go there and make a deal, but they want him to go there, and and irritate and argue and fight and insults. The people with whom he's trying to make a deal. Exactly, exactly. Did you hear what I said before about Trump speaks the queen's English? Trump talks like a guy from the queen's from queens. And you have to understand that. And when he says, we're in love or he says, I'm happy it doesn't mean that he loves the guy he doesn't this is back to what we were saying before about hyperbole. This is this is a technique to butter the guy up to get the guy to the position that they're not throwing verbal bombs and God forbid real bombs at each other. Right, right. No. I I agree. I liked the way he came out on stage hugging the American flag. Dancing to the thought of Lee Greenwood asking people if they needed to go to the bathroom talking about CNN, and what liars they are. And the guy that was at the stadium and took the photo of the stadium during the campaign before the stadium was full and things like that things that he brings up randomly. He spoke about every single issue that we've had to confront its citizens in the past year about. Late term abortion. Brad Kavanagh every thing. And I just don't know how he does it. But he does I know he's got his teleprompter there. But he's really off the cough a lot. Yeah. He's also extremely I'll tell you something else. I'll tell you. He really. He's very resilient. When you first of all he's a man in his early seventies. And you know, we all slow down as we get older. He seems to have endless energy to he's been through a lot this week. This has been a very very tough week for him. He he had to deal with the dictator of North Korea. And a twenty hour flight in each direction. While his ex lawyer is on national television to Super Bowl ratings trying to besmirch him and that had to be that of the enough that'll make anybody's guts Grinch gut wrenches. They'll that's that's called gut wrench. I don't know. I I I don't know. What makes Donald Trump chicken? I'm again back to psychology to be able to rebound from a week like that and step out on that stage and hug the flag. And then be funny and cover all the ground. He's a very interesting human being. Anyone else would have been in the fetal position months and years ago? Doesn't drink or smoke? Also. I just come in demand. I really do. Thanks, Michael Fay. Nice talking to you. Thank you for the call. And it's. Eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five is the number. We're talking about Trump. We're talking about the speech. We're talking about the nature of truth. We're talking about all the issues of the day. And I'm gonna take a break and we'll get right back to the telephone. So I don't have to squeeze anybody in. It's it's coming up on five fifty. It's exactly five forty nine Saturday March second this a live show. So you can call in right here. I'm Michael Harrison. Washington's mall W M A L or Washington comes to talk..

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'Eighth Grade' and the vagaries of awards season

The Frame

08:58 min | 3 years ago

'Eighth Grade' and the vagaries of awards season

"From the broadcast center at K P, C C. This is the frame I'm John horn on today's show could future Academy Award ceremonies honor the best screenplay written by an algorithm. Then why Bo Burnham the writer director of eighth grade channeled his feelings about the internet into the character of a thirteen year old girl, I I was very interested in young people flogging about their own life. And I watched hundreds and hundreds of videos and not to be cruel to the boys. But on average, the boys of this age talked about XBox and the girls this age talked about their souls and musician and photographer Anthony Wilson combines both disciplines for his latest release all that coming up on the frame. Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. This Sunday, they'll be an Oscar for best original screenplay and for best adapted screenplay. But could there soon be a trophy for best screenplay written by an algorithm? We've known for years that technology is radically changing the way that movies are made. But what's remained fairly constant is the human screenwriter after all you can't make a movie without someone writing the script. Or can you if one artificial intelligence company has its way there's an algorithm out there that might be fighting for a share of the writing credit on the next studio blockbuster. We now revisit our peace with frame contributor, Colin freezing. Who explains it all if Robert Altman's movie, the player taught us anything it's that making a hit movie takes a lot of creativity. And frankly, guesswork psychic political thriller comedy with a heart with a heart and not unlike ghost meets entry and candidate conventional wisdom has it that no one ever knows exactly. Audiences want or what will get butts in the seats? But screenwriter William Goldman's aphorism that in Hollywood, no one knows anything may be changing. Here at the American film market in Santa Monica where the world comes to buy and sell movies. There's a company that thinks it can answer that question William Santer, Jack, Jan or with productivity media, and they're here to introduce an artificial intelligence program that will read your script analyze it for forty thousand data points or attributes then we'll tell you how to change it to make it more successful a horror film that features a ghost and the child imperilled has a eighty seven percent probability of overperforming. The benchmark the other day we actually had a conversation on. What kind of weapon with the youth in action film? We have all the kind of what kinds of breakdowns if you use a pistol compared to a handgun compared to a machine gun. We have all these planning or details of of these attributes you put all of that in and you go, you know, what if we changed the handgun to a bazooka this should outperform. We can we can see how it would into the program draws on a database of three thousand eight hundred films going back to the nineties it tracks what elements were in a movie, and how well that film did in any number of demographic groups computer will do a first run and say hope these are the potential elements, and you know, and we have recently started working on getting another layer people looking at those attributes and see, you know, how how actual relevant they are the story. So it's to stop. It's definitely a when you think about it. It's a complex problem solving. Right. The comedy drama or. Thriller. Their gold is to help any genre pitcher become the most successful version of itself. It can be they call it over performing the market or making sure you're cross generational buddy cop comedy with a dog does better than any other cross generational buddy cop comedy with a dog. It's like getting studio notes, but not from some slick executive with a gut feeling but from a coldly calculating cyborg. So it's just a tool set to I always say do one of two fundamental things. Number one is going to confirm what you believe to be true about your project or two it's going to give you an opportunity to ask another question. It all started just a couple of years ago. Jan an engineering student at the university of Waterloo in Canada, cold called the company called productivity media amid sized film. Finance firm Jiang was selling an algorithm that would predict how well a studio would do based on the movies. They were releasing. He. Intrigue the company decided to conduct an experiment using Jiang's database. They paid a film student. Make a trailer with all the key elements of a successful horror film impossible things a movie that doesn't really exist. Features of equestrian house in bath tub and a ghost in child in peril. It's honestly not much to look at. But the response on social media two point four million views was enough to tell them they were on the right track. But this feels like something we should resist to keep creativity alive. Monica Levinson is the president of production at shift Hans pitchers, the company has produced trombone and captain fantastic. And a ton of other. Well, reviewed dramas Levinson is not only skeptical, but worries that drawing on films that were successful sometimes formulaic retreads with mostly white actors might mean, there's no place at the table for new voices and diverse casting choices other things that we're trying to deal with now having more women characters and having better representation. And diversity and better representation of you know, just how characters behave all of that will be continued because that bias will continue from what worked in the past. That's not what works today, but productivity media says there's room in their analytics for all kinds of creative progressive choices take the gay coming of age drama and Oscar winner moonlight. When they ran that script through the algorithm. It determine the film would definitely find an audience before you also made tell based on two essential element in the film to have about eighty percent chance to before in the marketplace. And what was it about the movie that made you think we're made the algorithm think that it was going to do? Well, when we plugging, you know, a drama film with LGBT Salomonsson features African American. Essential elements, those the combination of those three already has a very significant influence on the outcome. But it does beg the question. If everyone is making a movie with the same elements won't that result him. Well, the same kind of movies coming out Santer says you need to think of it like music, if we said to heal whole bunch of musicians that we wanna song that's written in four four time in the key of c with this progression etcetera etcetera, etcetera, we're we're going to get you know, twenty different songs as for how screenwriters will react when. And if they're script feedback comes from an algorithm, maybe nNcholas cage playing version of screenwriter, Charlie Kaufman in adept Haitian, summed it up best sex or guns or car chases. I or characters you know. Learning profound life lessons or growing or coming to like each other or overcoming obstacles to succeed in the end. You know? I feel very strongly about this or the frame. I'm pollen freezing. Coming up on the frame our conversation with Bo Burnham the filmmaker behind eighth grade. He won the best original screenplay prize from the writers guild of America this past weekend. And he's nominated for best feature and best first screenplay at tomorrow's independent spirit awards. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us tomorrow, independent filmmakers will gather under a massive tent set up in the parking lot next to the Santa Monica. Pier. To celebrate the spirit awards they honor movies typically made outside the studio system. Among the nominated movies is eighth grade. It's in the running for four awards including best feature. The comedian. Bo Burnham who made it big on the internet as a teenager with YouTube videos wrote and directed eighth grade. And earlier this month, he won the directors guild of America award for first feature film, eighth grade is about a thirteen year old girl named Kayla who makes self help videos from her bedroom. Kayla's played by the newcomer Elsie Fisher, and the movie immerses you in her point of view in one scene. She's lying in bed scrolling through social media while an NGO song plays in the background when I met. Bo. Burnham after eighth grade premiered at last year Sundance film. Festival. He told me how he was able to reach Enya to license. Her song for his movie was like do. I write a note on like a salmon and put it new Fridays. Like, how do you contact like, how do you? Like like, a smokes they go on the air.

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"retreading" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"And it comes from. It's just like when you're broke. You just it's hard to have good luck. And when you're not broke you seem to have more, good luck. It's not really luck. But you see what I'm talking about? Life variables in your life change. And even when something does come at you. I did blow a tire the other day on the interstate pothole haven't done that in a long long time. But I've got these low profile tires on one of these cars while he's fast cars in it. They don't take a bump real good. Pothole. The size of crater. Blue ATar off of it. But you know, what I can't tell you what that tire cost. I just you know. Got another car went on to the airport. My son came and helped me get the car. What my gosh, don't me. Get the car off the road and Donna tire put on it. Remember, buddy? I remember those retread by retreads got tires new treads put on college. I used to buy retreads. They make those anymore. That was the ultimate in poor for me by retread tires. See the difference. Emergency fund turns a crisis. Genius emergency fund crisis. Durling convenience. It's worth getting. You've committed to working the baby steps. Now. Let's talk about more ways you can save money in two thousand nineteen one of my favorites is one dental listen, I'll be the first to admit it when I first heard about one dental. I thought it was dental insurance which I am not a fan of because I don't believe you get back what you pay in. But then I discovered that some of my team.

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"retreading" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"And we're talking about a guy his normally under dressed, but he was overdressed. I don't know if it's just him being Bill Bill check in terms of him kinda just being I don't know rigid. I guess is the right word just him doing things as own way him going against the grain. I guess you could I think the last time I saw him in a su- was him resigning as jets head coach in two thousand. Yeah. I don't know. Speaking of which I think yesterday was sorry. To remind you jets fan you had Bill biltrite. For one day as head coach yesterday was the anniversary of him. I think sign on to be the pets coach resigning yet. One of those things do you know that he was thirty six and forty four is head coach of the Cleveland Browns, some bad. It was the ninety five Browns team that was about to move to Baltimore. So you very interesting though, because a lot of times in today's in today's NFL, we call that a retread coach we would call that. Why is it team trying to hire somebody who is a failure? And the NFL in the ended up being the best hired NFL history, honest with you. But like, and then the age old question what if he stayed is the jets head coach? And we don't know I think it'd be the same exact way. Do you see him people are like, oh he'll drive Tom Brady in the six round. Like he did with the patriots. I don't know if that's true. Like, that's what that's what speculations over always saying. But we don't know. Who knows what do we see the jets as this amazing dynasty? And the patriots has this failure of a franchise. We don't know. Yeah. Probably not Bill. Yeah. I mean, obviously it worked out great for the patriots that they couldn't get turned into a dynasty, arguably the greatest dynasty in the history of football. I don't think any dynasty in football. Except maybe the Browns in the fifties have been this dominant. Because the Browns went of ten straight championship games in the fifties. Because I don't think that will ever be topped because if they had to do that Brady's Brady's been in nine Super Bowls not all in. But he didn't never went to ten straight. Like, he needs to go to seven more straight Super Bowls to tie that record which I don't play football back then or do they put something that resembled football? They play football. Okay. They just had a humongous thing. I remember back in the day. But they. Yeah. Believe it or not people the Browns used to be the grace, dynasty and football. I wouldn't point though, it was what you're in the fifties. This is like the. Fifties period. They started in the AFC all American Football Conference. Then they went to seven of those straight championship games. Then they went to the NFL and win three straight championship games. I believe they won seven total those before the NFL, right? They went the NFL was around them. But not as is it is today, obviously. But there was a bunch of different conferences, like the AFC the American Football Conference, which was separate from the NFL, but those t- those two merged and so that he into the NFL so the NFL Mursal different football leagues. And then the Browns won three. They went to three straight championship NFL championships. I years in the league. So they were dominant. They're actually first game in the NFL was against the world champion Philadelphia Eagles. And this was supposed to be like, oh this team is not as good as everyone says the art because everyone knew they went to seven three championships, and they blew out the eagles. So just one of those statement kind of games, which is like he mentioned today the Browns and the actually well I can see now the Brown eagles being the two top teams in the NFL. Crazy world we live in. But yeah, there's your historical facts of the day. Interesting. So anyways, the Browns are still trying to recover that form from the fifties. I guess. Yep. Seventy years later. Yep. So anyways regarding media day at this year Super Bowl. Yeah. Just seemed very odd. You have both quarterbacks exchanging pleasantries, both coaches, everybody was very, I don't know small talk. Gushing over each other..

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"retreading" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"retreading" Discussed on Exponent

"Other services? So that could be something like your light bulbs that could be something like Spotify, which everyone can have a modular sort of connection with that. But it could be things like YouTube and YouTube is a tremendous differentiator for Google assistant or Google home in your house. It could be things like your calendar. Like, are you more likely to have your calendar in Google or in your Amazon calendar? Wait, your doesn't even exist. Right. Google has structural advantages in this space, and the more that you are willing in a world where that matters that could actually pay off back with your phone where I use this Google phone not because it's better than an iphone X. Kind of prefer an iphone, but actually the totality of my life is now much more immersed in sort of Google world such that I'll put up with a worse user interface again in my estimation for my phone because the totality of the user experience. When it comes to my computing life is actually better over here. Yeah, I'm with you. We retreading territory a little bit. But this is what makes me nervous still about the watch. Like, I got all excited about oh, gosh, maybe they're finally cracked it. And I went into play with the new one in an apple store, and it still is very fiddly non apple like experience, and this is not to dispute the fact does certain things very well much better than they did we defers go round. But even still it just feels like they have very much taken the foreign paradigm and tried to transplant it down. When you think about what you just said and the services all living in Google and de extent to which out official intelligence like intelligence. He's getting better and better, and how that could alleviate some of the problems of having to play around with this very fiddly interface on a very small device. I'm with you. I do think that like if you look along that Vechta, it doesn't vantage services angle, and the cloud angle much more than it plays to necessarily the strengths that apple has right in the of course, this is been the prediction for a while. I think the difference is that you need some sort of paradigm shift for this stuff to land for it to matter and as long as it was just phone vs phone, no matter how good sort of Google services on Android. Got. There were never going to sort of overcome the iphones advantage and his lock in with his customers that existed. But in this case, the paradigm that is happening is like the home assistant paradigm. And I think what's interesting is to extend this interesting. It's not the home assistant market in isolation is very easy over here. A PC's over here are.

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US-Canada trade talks miss deadline as Trump courts Mexico

Mark Levin

00:23 sec | 4 years ago

US-Canada trade talks miss deadline as Trump courts Mexico

"Five adults who lived at a filthy compound with eleven starving children new. Towels New Mexico prosecutors say they will seek indictments for the death of a three year old boy. Whose body was found at that site the, US Canada have yet to reach a trade, deal to replace the North American Free trade agreement President Trump was in North. Carolina this afternoon defending his, use of tariffs against other countries Santa cough retread echo what fair trade

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Tour de France 2018: Cyclist Kicked Out Of Race For Punching

Doug Stephan

04:21 min | 4 years ago

Tour de France 2018: Cyclist Kicked Out Of Race For Punching

"On PBS at, eight o'clock sometimes I feel like that's Doug, thing on FOX new. Episode of, so you think you can dance that's. At eight o'clock and NBC has what seems to be a hit? This I have only watched it, like one time but American ninja warrior seems to be a pretty big deal for NBC that's new at eight o'clock followed by new dateline NBC ABC has a new episode? Of the bachelorette we're getting down to the. Wire so there'll be? A selection very very low. Followed by new episode of proposal at ten o'clock and on, CBS a couple of new shows nine o'clock is brand new. Salvation and at ten o'clock a brand new. Elementary and don't forget shark week going to yeah I wrote that, down it is shark week that's right all week long there you go shark week where the network every there Thrills jumped into open water with all kinds of sharks last. Data, Ronda Rousey also yes. And our under they've. Got good. Celebrities this year. For I think you're jumping sharks these guys start cages Tonight Hilarious with white abyss But then show shark NATO on that this on scifi Yeah this is real eight o'clock Drew. Sharp NATO isn't true it's fake and this is why I wrote it down because you know who's going to be on monster tax night at eight. O'clock, on discovery grubbed like shrunk I forgot about that yeah Aaron Lindsey. Vonn and gronkowski will be on shark week this week I'll be happy to hear that the performance on Thursday on. The view Janine Pirro being, totally get the blank out of the studio? By by what b b has ended in the New York Times Sunday bestseller list having Ginny, Perez book number one so Janine barris said yesterday she's mega my number one who is that. Even if it looks. Like the. Same old retreaded stuff that you always read from those folks but you can thank Whoopi for making it number one and would be doesn't really care One of those things okay let's get to some sports news Jennifer, on the tour de France one of the writers was tossed for punching at competitor wow Just get mad. So Age Italian cyclist Gianni Moscone has been expelled from the two thousand. Eighteen tour de France after TV images showed him throwing a punch at illeg Esparta rider from the fortune AO Sam sec. Team What is there but what is that what's that team why maybe, another Italian team a rival team yeah race officials and team sky reviewed footage of the incident because you know all of this televised they put, it, on TV, after, the. Conclusion of Sunday stage, the tour de France commissaries use an article in the UCI regulations to come to their decision citing acts of. Violence among riders in a statement skies team principal. Dr Sir David braille suffered said Johnny is desperately disappointed in his behavior and knows that he has. Let himself the team in the race down we will address this incident with. Johnny what's tourist I just thought that. If any further action should be taken also why he punched bike pick deal I would like to offer my apologies. To both LA Gaspard and team fortune I. Sam stick for. This unacceptable incidents video footage showed Moscone churn and strike a blow. In the direction of Gaspard as the chew road in the peleton the incident happened during Sunday's stage fifty Eighteen from allow this is. A really good story guys from allow To Carcassone. Where the riders will enjoy arrest day on Monday The names story this is one of, those things that like I don't understand the tour de France. But people really love it. And I don't really get. Him it's, like golf to me I just don't, get it but people the guy that was with the singer three. And a half. Weeks long and people keep watching Lance Armstrong Lance Armstrong lost it's best to go on tour to raise your right on that Pretty sure that was from Canada You. Got cancer from riding those bikes that's those those little Testicle actually just fell. Off after that way..

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