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"robert redford" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:14 min | 4 months ago

"robert redford" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is heavy from Fordham Road. The other approaches in pretty good shape. We have a lot of traffic on the Throgs Neck Bridge out of the Bronx and Queens. Whitestone is wide open and the eastbound l I e through queens from the BQE After the cross of it, Parkway 34 minute ride. I'm J truly Stock Radio 77 w. ABC. Greg Kelly. Entertaining and informative on 77. W A. B c J. You know Bob Woodward is Bob Woodward, The Washington Post guy The fake news like to say, Bob Woodward and, uh Who was the other guy, Carl Bernstein took down President Nixon with their Watergate investigation. That's not true. That's total fake news. Total total total fake news. But that's the legend. That's a narrative that they wrote that book, and they wrote those, uh, those articles and it brought down Nixon. Not true. Um, so much in Bob Woodward's career is not true. The guy is a liar. Big time, and it makes sense that he is revered by the fake news establishment. They love Bob Woodward. They all want to be Bob Woodward. There was a time where being a reporter was kind of like being a firefighter. Um, you gotta work. Your report on some things. You go home, you know, raise a family. Do your thing. You know, Uh, Woodward showed that a journalist could be a celebrity and a movie star. Uh, most of the events that he covered Regarding Watergate happened in 1972 73. Three years later. Just three years later, and he's 29 years old. Three years later, he's 32. Robert Redford is playing Bob Woodward in a movie. Dustin Hoffman. Played Carl Bernstein in a movie. And these guys became very rich and very famous. And guess what? Basically, it ruined it for everybody, because every idiot reporter wants to be rich and famous. And There are plenty out there who have become those things so When there's millions of dollars at stake. What do you think is on their minds, telling the truth or getting the money? Uh huh. $25 million a year for George Stephanopoulos. You think he gets it for telling the truth? No. I don't think so. Why do I bring up Woodward? He just came out with his latest book, It's called Peril. And, uh, the big news nugget of today is that Mark Milley Uh, he's talking a big game to any book writer said that he took secret action to limit Trump's ability to order military action. Um Hmm. I have no doubt that Millie was saying all kinds of things to all kinds of reporters. He's one of these guys who let you know after the big meeting how much he told off the boss. But everybody who was in the meeting knows that didn't happen. That's Millie's M O and Millie was really signaling big time to the swamp. I'm with you. I'm not with Trump. Um He's a dirty guy. Mark Milley has no business being chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, None. He essentially ran a passive aggressive mutiny against President Trump. This guy looks to me. Like a traitor like a real trader like somebody who absolutely violated his oath of office. When you're of officer in the United States military taken office to you take an oath of office to support and defend the Constitution of the United States. It's a little bit different from the one the president takes. But Essentially the same thing. And, uh, I think he undermined it. Um, I'm actually convinced the undermined it And he's kind of telling us he undermined it. And he went around it and he tried to trip up the president of the United States tried to sabotage him like the rest of the swamp. Let's see here, Nancy Pelosi is quoted in the book running around saying regarding Trump. He's crazy, You know, he's crazy. He's been crazy for a long time. Excuse me, Nancy. Nancy, who? You know, talks gibberish. 90% of the time who stood up there and Tore up President Trump's official speech right after it was just so graceful moves you've ever seen Fake news? Never mentioned it. It was It was just okay. It was no problem. Why? Because Anti trump. That's all you have to be anti Trump. So I look forward because I love reading these books and fact checking on myself. And finding out all the stuff that's wrong. Um, in these books that they celebrate So I do want to mention this, Um You know, we we took out the wrong guy in Afghanistan after our 13 guys were killed. Biden had a show. Forceful leadership, he had to show decisive action. So they fired off some missiles and killed a humanitarian aid worker. This has been documented. No one's really disputing this. At this point. We said we got a bad guy at the time, but it turned out we didn't We got a good guy, and no one cares about that, either. Why? Because it's Joe Biden. It's Joe Biden. For some reason, they feel that they have to protect this guy. Who remembers Sulamani. Sulamani was a He was an Iranian who was temporarily in Iraq. A terror leader. I believe this was in the fall of 2019. Do you remember that? Donald Trump ordered him taken out? When he was briefly exposed. At the Baghdad airport. And we took out a genuine terror leader. No one disputed that. Well, they did dispute whether or not Trump had the authority to do that. How dare he killed a terrorist on the back? How dare he do that This is a violation of international law and our precious norms. Uh,.

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Fresh update on "robert redford" discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

00:42 min | 23 min ago

Fresh update on "robert redford" discussed on The Big Picture

"That's political to the frigging core. You know? And so is Todd Haynes. And Spike Lee and so sometimes his Soderbergh. And that's what I think Redford was cultivating as always political Hollywood guy. This festival was a little not just a breeding ground for art and not just a breeding ground for kind of principal kind of commerce, but he was always wanting that he said in that documentary that I want to. I want to support these voices from out of nowhere. Turned out Tarantino was one of those voices from out of nowhere, but what he's speaking with that voice and who he's speaking to and what he's saying with it, I don't think is the Sundance norm and has increasingly become the Sundance norm. Yeah, I want to put Sundance and context a little bit at this time because as you said, there's this great program on the criterion channel right now. I think maybe two dozen films that premiered at the festival are available on the service, and there's this documentary that you can watch that does everything I think except basically highlight the reservoir dogs phenomenon. And there's probably a few reasons for that one of which is reservoir dogs is not offered in this collection of films, although many others are. But just to put it in context, this is three years out from sex laws and videotape, which I think is probably the first authentic Sundance phenomenon. Would you agree with that? Yeah, totally. And two years out from roger and me, another political film from a political filmmaker overtly political filmmaker and Michael Moore. And then the year prior to that, he had films like the grifters and we had John sales the city of hope and Todd Haynes poison and Barbara copple's American dreams. You know, breast products has a lot more in common with the grifters than it does with those other three films. And there's always been a place I think for really good genre filmmaking at Sundance. I think it's the one thing that it probably doesn't get enough credit for, frankly, because other American festivals have always been just as good at it. And so it's not necessarily south by Southwest loves genre films too. The Toronto film festival likes genre films that tell your ride likes to genre films. A lot of these film festivals do that. And so Sundance's identity is as especially in the last 15 or 20 years, this sort of soft and emotional kind of coming of age story that plays well to older audiences and but that's not really what the festival was at all in the late 80s and 90s. No, I don't think it was and I think that Redford when I say he was the face of it. I mean, I don't mean it disingenuously. I think it's, first of all, it's one of the most beautiful faces. You don't have a more beautiful face than Robert Redford's face. It's like carved in carved in Utah granite, you know?.

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Masking Children Must Be Grounded in Data, Not CDC Opinion

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:08 min | 5 months ago

Masking Children Must Be Grounded in Data, Not CDC Opinion

"Meanwhile the delta variant is ripping through the country. But it's not killing people at the pace that the alpha invade ovarian stint hundred and twenty four thousand new cases yesterday a total of five hundred fifty eight deaths. We mourn every debt. Of course that's not to make light of the five hundred and fifty three people who died yesterday according to new york times far down. It's a spike. Guess what it's not impacting children. It is not impacting children. Yes there are a tiny number of new children cases across the united states. And that's terrible thing but it's like all the other terrible illnesses that affect children and they break our heart but there's no reason for parents to paddock and so in dallas children are by order. The governor supposed to be going to school massless and the dallas superintendent ordered all students to wear masks in school buildings and on buses. There is no science for school. masking. That's what i discussed with dr fatty yesterday. Promised to go back and look at it. Everybody knows wall street journal story today by the two doctors when everywhere in the world parents. No no need for kids to mask and it screws them up it hurts. It really hurts k. through three here's former. Cdc director robert redford robert redfield. I think you wanted to be robert. Redford robert redfield on fox with martha mccollum last night. Cut number two. I think it's really important. Raise it. These policy should be grounded in data as opposed to opinion. I think your guest raises a very important part. There's been very few studies at really are compelling in that setting of the classroom. We did a number studies. When i was there. Just in fix settings to recognize it if you aerosolize virus through a mask and then the recipient had a mask and these were all dummies in rooms that were ventilated to a different degree. You could have an impact on the amount of virus. It went from one to another. But that's not to say in a real life scenario that that's efficacious in the classroom.

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Fresh update on "robert redford" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:26 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "robert redford" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I think it's lazy broadcasting personally Especially people overuse them But sometimes there is a quote that accurately sums up where we are so I use it But as a general rule I try to avoid them Say something to yourself I mean listen to damage They want to hear someone else quote they listen to the other guy Well in this case it'd be difficult but you know the book the natural It was a movie made of it Robert Redford all your baseball fans probably saw it Roy Hobbes the story of the great Roy Hobbes What is it the knights Did you watch it last night It's always a great movie You can watch it a thousand times Remember the scene with the whammer in the beginning of the wham or to look like Babe Ruth Well if you read the book there's a line in the book it appears in the movie I'm not sure if it's exact or not but the woman the girl in the case Roy had grown up with as a woman later when he meets up with her again tells Roy he says you know we all live two lives the one we learned from and the one we live after that And that the real path to happiness is through suffering And it's a really great quote and I agree with that You know it reminds me of most of the great religions of the world that point to the value of taking on suffering as a path to the second creation To comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable Well I bring that up because man we're learning a whole lot right now We are learning a whole lot this guy in The White House is just committed to some suffering here Market down nearly 900 points today A potential World War brewing over in Eastern Europe Inflation hitting levels we.

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"robert redford" Discussed on RiYL

RiYL

05:52 min | 9 months ago

"robert redford" Discussed on RiYL

"And the filmmakers. You do this filmmaker brunch. That robert redford hosts in an when when liberal arts my second was there he he sits really impacted me. He talked about when you get to the kind of top of one area. You you you. You can't just sit there and stay there like he called it a starting from zero right where he had never directed a film before but he was the biggest movie star in the world so he directed ordinary people which won the oscar. So this guy's very good at starting zero. But but he was terrified. He had never started a film festival..

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"robert redford" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"robert redford" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You're just joining us In the previous segment. Today, I've been talking about taxes and how people aren't too strongly consider a strategic rollout, not a rollover. Roll out getting the money rolled out of qualified accounts like IRAs and 41 case. Usually, I would recommend at least five years before retirement. S o that you could get the money out. The tax is over and done with sooner than later in today's lower tax brackets, but reposition the net after tax money into something that's gonna be tax free. From now on, Then, with a good accountant, you can strategize how you could maybe offset some or all of the tax by maybe resurrecting new deductions and so forth. So that's why I was talking about selecting that very good tax strategist. And so I've taught many CPS and tax attorneys with advanced C PE, continuing professional education and so forth. So they have to have several 100 hours 120 hours every two years or so. Now, folks, when we talk about taking money out of Iris, and for one case, what? Why do you want to do that sooner than later? It's because you're not accomplishing anything. When Congress is hard up for money, where do they go to get the money if they need tax revenue? Where do they go to get that money? I'm going to give you a hint. To the people who have the money. Okay. Now there are About 5000 people recorded that have scaled Mount Everest. Now. Some of them have done it multiple times. But 5000 human beings have actually successfully scaled Mount Everest. There's been the last statistic about 307 people who have died. In that attempt now. Do you think they died on the way up the mountain? Or on the way down the mountain. The vast majority died on the way down the mountain. Now you know, you could say, Well, they weren't thinking about it. They just They were just focused on hitting the top. See a lot of people in life. They focus on, you know for retirement. What are they doing to save for retirement? Let's see. Very few people will talk about. Well, what do you do at retirement? What do you do now that you're at the top, I remember climbing a pyramid and chips and needs in Mexico and the climbing up but was was not scary at all. But coming down. Oh, I had to turn around and crawl down. It was like coming down the mountains. And so Congress as it takes and robs people coming down the mountain sort of figure coming down the mountain of life, and that's the people who have the money. And it always reminds me of one of my favorite movies with Robert Redford and which, well, Paul Newman as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. And if you remember that movie, you know they're robbing the banks and the Union Pacific Railroad here and you die. Each chairman of the and he starts to track him down. And so they take off to Bolivia, and they start robbing banks down there And then pretty soon they're getting on to him down there. They decided to go straight, and so they hired themselves out his payroll guards. And I'll never forget this scene because they're going down or up the mountain here to get the payroll and and their leader is ahead of him on the meal. And you know Butch and Sundance or you're talking to each other. I'll bet you the robbers were gonna be up there in the rocks on the right. No, I think they're gonna be in the bushes on the left. And the guy turned around, says morons. Have morons on my team. They don't rob you when you don't have the money. Don't worry about being robbed and we don't have the money. We're going down to get the gold. We're going down to get the money Worry because robbers don't rob you if you don't have the money, and here he was. Tutoring two robbers who had decided to go straight. Well, yeah, they don't rob people who don't have money. The government goes for tax revenue. The people who have the money. Okay, So that's the whole point here. So that's coming down the mountain of life, and that's when, frankly, a lot of retirees can least afford it. But that's why I warn people you've got to have a tax strategist, help you. Find the right advisors that could help you from attack strategy standpoint, because most people when they look back at the end of the day they go. I should have never taken Rmds. Why did I do that? I strung out the taxes and paid 45 times. Well, I I needed to pay if I would have got got the money out and the tax is over and done with That people sort of go well. If you don't need the money, why take it out? Just keep it deferring. Well, they think that saving tax and it's not I can prove it to you. Mathematically you want to get the money out in the tax is over and done with Now. You don't need to spend that If you don't need it, you reposition. The after tax roll out money into something that's gonna be tax free from now on, And that will ultimately blossom is my choice if you want you want when you finally die to blossom in value and transfer income tax free. That's why my favorite vehicle I called the laser fund laser means liquid assets safely earning returns. On. I've averaged 8.2% some years. I don't make anything but other years I might make 25% or even with multipliers make 55%. But with index seen my money is not in the market. So when you retire My suggestion is no more than 30% of your retirement resource is should be invested in the market in yet to be taxed diaries before one K's. That's ridiculous. You know when people would come and and they would, you know, be proud of themselves, And they should have been proud because they had two or 34 million bucks that they had saved between the husband and wife and they go. You know what? We figure we've got about 200,000 year of of retirement income 160,000 coming out of these, I reasoned Forum in case the other 40,000 coming out of my You know, school teacher's pension or fireman's pension or social Security. And so they had 200,000 of income and I was a way to go. But I do see one problem and they go. What is it? Well, you know, all 200,000 of his income is showing up on the front page of your 10 40 tax return. They they would go. Well, You mean there's another way That's legitimate and I go salute Lee. Yeah, and so we would start a strategic rollout. And so in five years, we would get you know 40 to 60% of that 200,000 of income off of their 10 40 tax return. Now the Iris knows they're receiving that they arrest knows everything. But they know it's tax free has been a sacred tax free cash cow in the internal Revenue code. For.

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"robert redford" Discussed on Take Up Your Mat

Take Up Your Mat

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"robert redford" Discussed on Take Up Your Mat

"The word soul isn't a fish. And it's our humanity our entire being and that word. When i see the words soul now because we talk in separate so much mind body spirit soul but nick fash is our entirety and this idea of binding my humanity my entirety my essence to him who was good. It's very good. Because i'm far from good. You know that just Me in that. That's where i when i came to the word. Salvation in twenty six and the word salvation is to shula and when i did a dive onto shula joshua is to shula. Salvation joshua joshua. That's the lord so it's sort of a double double win a gosh a month or so ago that something that jen talked about that blew my mind about our muchness that this the salvation of the lord. That's just a double double. You know it's a double portion Just he is salvation. You know it's not just the salvation of the lord he is salvation he is to shula. Here's joshua Yeshua where we get yours. So i don't know this it was. It's such a tiny two verses and it. It was neat to come to something that i didn't know before because i'd never seen it into just fine so much bear. It was just for me personally. It was just a gold mine of you know. Just binding my soft him. That he's he's god. Yeah so that's where leeann did.

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Experts recommend the FDA approve Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

Democracy Now! Audio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Experts recommend the FDA approve Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

"Advisory committee of us. Vaccine experts voted thursday to recommend emergency use authorization the pfizer biontech ovid nineteen vaccine with the food and drug administration poised to issue. Its approval saturday. Once that comes some two point. Nine million doses will be shipped to sites across the united states with the initial limited supply of the vaccine ration for healthcare workers and nursing home residents on thursday. The us recorded another staggering toll from covid nineteen with over two hundred twenty four thousand new infections and nearly three thousand deaths. Robert redford director of the centers for disease control and prevention warned for the next sixty. To ninety days. The us will likely see more cove. Nineteen deaths per day than the number of people killed in the september eleventh

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Actor Wilford Brimley dead at 85

Ken Broo

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Actor Wilford Brimley dead at 85

"Who worked his way up from movie stunt writer to indelible character actor in films, including Cocoon and The Natural is Dead at the age of 85. It was a recurring role in the 19 seventies television series. The Waltons. That was Wilford Brimley is breakthrough and movies followed, including The China Syndrome, Absence of Malice and opposite Robert Redford in 1984 is a natural place to play in high school. Ready Used to play in ice In 1985 Brimley landed his first leading role in Ron Howard's Oscar winning Cocoon. Wilford Brimley frequently appeared in commercials. Quaker Oats and for Diabetes Awareness. Wilford Brimley was diagnosed with the illness in 1979. Bill Diehl, ABC. New Lots of

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"robert redford" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"How are you it's so exciting to be here sitting next to a man that looks like a younger Robert Redford I you're killing me you're killing me so I'll tell you man I want to talk to you about what's going on your world man you're really good at some things that I have a lot of admiration for which you video production wise the events you put on are always spectacular and I got to participate in one of those events up in Montreal that you put on this huge room of business leaders in Montreal I was one of the four speakers when we did that a couple of main speaker action I don't know if I was the main speaker but it was good to be part of the team there but I'll tell you before we even dive into that one of the things that interesting about being your friend is I don't have a lot of friends who are orthodox Jews and I got to stay in your house and beer gassed you and your lovely wife risky in your your kids it was it was a real interesting cultural learning experience for me he did a pretty good job no mistakes at all on your part I think you read Jenner's I think I've made a few mistakes but just a tremendous amount of hospitality from you and you and your wife at a church let's let's use that as a jumping off point there to me it's interesting I as I noticed in the room your your sphere of influence their Montreal and mature I've come to also learn extends into into New York in just a lot of the clients that I've seen it seen you work with it is rooted in that sort of cultural identity but you're all you also seem to I don't know man you seem to make it all work I appreciate that well you know it's not about Judy's injuries and hopefully the thing the grounds me but try to be as normal as possible monks at all is one name brand radio and kale beat it was as partner Morty silver you do a lot of great stuff with video what is it I mean my my listeners are are entrepreneurs of different shapes sizes sophistication but they can all use video more and more what are some of the tricks and what's your philosophy on how you tackle them so I think the most important thing when it comes to video is the message you know you can make it all fancy and hire the best choreographers but if you don't have the message down Pat nothing really works from the selling standpoint so all the fancy stuff aside if you depending on how much you want to spend start with the message and then work your way up I think that's the simplest way to look at it so that's great I'm with you on that a bad message in the in the fancy video isn't going to get to where you want to go that being said we all kind of know that thing where there's some interesting movie camera movement or some time lapse going on you seem to be able to to tie that all together is that you or do you just have a secret weapon or what's the deal so of course this secret weapons all their place and really good people that I work with but I think it's more about taking the basic idea and building something on top of it so we you know we have a client in Winnipeg that has the furniture store and they repair furniture so instead of just telling them about that we decided Hey wouldn't it be cool if we have a James Bond impersonator traveling the world going through explosions in the suitcase has nothing going wrong within the little thing that goes wrong with it they fix it so is the idea of taking the little message and building some kind of creative around it to make it interesting one man brand radio with wizard rats partner Morty silver from Montreal may not lots what my my favorite city in North America mantra how did you to tell tell me and and tell my listeners why Montreal's how much is a mixture of cultures very European city people walk around with a very colorful clothes almost that different from anywhere else the houses look kind of like European there's no real high risers there is a small area downtown but otherwise the city's very European style is it old port old how much support right right the old Montreal there's a port there really beautiful place how the city keeps it looking as though as though it did three hundred years ago and the the buttons for fuller geo decent dome right across the river yes so so we we you know we've got a lot of a lot of landmarks on all of its use but it looks good muscle has riled is what been brain radio Morty so let's talk about advancement that's another thing that I have a lot of admiration for Judy the whole idea of experiential marketing creating these events that the deep in our a customer's experience with the brand yes I you know events are very interesting because the way most people take it on it becomes kind of a networking event and there's very little actually promoted about the brand and how the brain works and how and.

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"robert redford" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Brad Pitt we're going to be showing a river runs through it set the rule countryside Montana Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins another star in a tale about two brothers brought together over their love of fly fishing directed by Robert Redford it airs tomorrow night it aids on KQED public television nine twenty minutes now before one this is science Friday I'm IRA Flatow chances are you have many ways you keep track of time right you may be looking forward to tomorrow solstice the official start of winter the slow return of daylight or you may be thinking back on everything that's happened in the last decade as we prepare to enter the year twenty twenty and you may this very moment be looking at the clock and thinking about everything you still have to get done before the sun sets the day is done but you know there's another time keeper that you can't see inside your cells telling you went to sleep when to wake up these are the clock jeans and they don't just say one you snooze they return your heart rate their hormones we we're ruled by circadian rhythms there are cycles under scrutiny in the field of Crono biology yes and my next guests say a better understanding of the clock genes might help us with more than our holiday jet lag there are whole frontiers and health opening up as research and time March on so let me introduce my guests talk to Eric Herzog professor of biology at Washington university in Saint Louis president of the society for research on biological rhythms welcome to science Friday hi IRA thanks for having me you're welcome you know I I think it's it's it's probably new to everybody that there are there's a gene that keeps track of time of day that's right there's a handful of genes that we call clock genes that we say are essential for scheduling our day and how does that work what's going on there well inside the individual cells in our body there are nineteen thousand genes a subset of of which are expressed in any given cell type and of those expressions jeans there's a handful that are really responsible for keeping near twenty four hour time for those cells so these are jeans recall clock jeans because when they are mutated or messed up the cells lose their ability to keep near twenty four hour time the way the the clock works is something we call that T. T. F. L. or the transcription translation feedback loop where clock gene is turned on and it makes its message that message then gets turned into its protein those proteins accumulates to a critical level and then they go back into the nucleus of the cell to turn off the transcription of that clock gene with that repression the gene then turns off the messages go way the proteins go away and about twenty four hours later the repression goes away and the gene can start expressing itself again so this internal intracellular clock can keep near twenty four hour time in just about every cell in our body so if each cell in our body has one of these tying keepers are they all sing together because of their not when you have chaos yeah exactly so to be a good rhythmic person sleeping at night awake during the day having hormones like cortisol rise just before we wake up melatonin rise as we go to bed we need to have a coherent rhythm amongst all of the cells all the cells need to agree on what is local time they need to be synchronized to each other and how does that happen so synchrony seems to be response mediated and the action is all in our brain there's a teeny tiny spot in the base of our hypothalamus right on top of where our optic nerves cross so if you follow your eyes back into your brain sitting right on top of where your optic nerves would cross is a spot that's about a millimeter by millimeter by millimeter called the suprachiasmatic nucleus the SCN meaning sitting on top of the optic nerve crossing in that spot is comprised of about ten thousand neurons on the left side of the brain ten thousand rounds on the right side of the brain and in the face of the hypothalamus and that axe sort of like the atomic clock which synchronizes the clock and all of our alarm clocks and computers it's the atomic clock for our body it is responsible for sending out timing signals to the brain and body to keep us as a coherent orchestra of clocks then now we always hear about the that you depend on sunlight to sort of respect that clock there is that why the optic nerve or your eyes are connected to that for this to know that there's light out there exactly so light enters through our eyes and it stimulates our rods and cones the photo receptors and arrived but it also stimulates another population of photoreceptor cells that were really only recently discovered it's pretty amazing that we've known all the cell types in the retina basically since eighteen sixty five but within the last twenty years there was a new photo receptor that was identified called a melanopsin salad expresses a special pigment call melanopsin and those cells are the ones that actually project down your optic nerve and makes synapses are connections in the body clock the SCN to communicate when it's day and when it's nice to synchronize your body clock to the local like dark cycle and the the biggest twenty four hour cycle most of the think about of course is sleeping what about this process determines our sleep schedule so the master clock in the SCN is is intriguing and that it's the same in dire and all and nocturnal organisms it's metabolically active during the day and relatively quiescent at night but it's sending out signals to different parts of the brain we think that our interpreted as now it's time for you to sleep and those signals include regulating things like the hormone melatonin which is secreted by your pie Neil gland and is is a a signal that helps to promote the onset of sleep but what so what happens when you have a night owl or somebody who sleeps jam go doesn't go to bed before midnight something like that does that are upset to be you the sleep the sleep center in the brain or the release of melatonin what what's out of sync with that great so first I think it's it's important for us to say that it can be perfectly normal and healthy to be a night owl to be a a lady bird or an extreme early bird there's natural variation amongst all of us in at least some of that variation can be explained by variation in our clock genes so there's really beautiful work for example on a one of our clock gene's called the period to Jean showing that different mutations in the gene can turn you into either an extreme early bird or an extreme late for just changes in the sequence of that one gene change how fast your clock runs and if your clock runs with a short period less than twenty four hours you tend to be an early bird if your clock runs with a long period longer than twenty four hours you tend to be a late night owl so at least part of the difference between all of us who prefer to wake up either early or late can be explained by our genetics that's not the whole story and it's interesting because you know we we tend to think of well I'm abnormal because I'm I'm the early bird or a labor but you're absolutely normally just to have variable genes that are doing it for you they they went to Seoul cysts offices is upon us and for many of us in the northern hemisphere that means they're going to start seeing more daylight soon though at least one listener is not excited by this he's mark from Wisconsin on our science Friday vox pop band I think it might be you know they're they're actually preferred the shorter days and longer nights I like the cold weather and I sleep a lot better when the night is really long during the summer I have trouble sleeping it's hard to go to bed when it's laid out you can open its laid out Erika's arm is that mean he has it may be a genetic variation to the norm no in fact we like many of the animals on this planet are seasonal creatures so many of us will describe feeling differently in the summer than we do in the winter personal preferences aside I think it's important for us to appreciate that lots of creatures on this planet are seasonal breeders for example they adjust to the long days by actually changes in their circadian systems of the circadian cells in our body are adjusting their relationship to each other to say it's summer compared to now is winter is coming the cells are changing their relationship to each other to help us adapt to these seasonal challenges and in the extreme this clock can be related to things like hibernation and migration let's go to the phones because we have a couple interesting because I want to get to Elizabeth in woodland California hi Elizabeth hi I love your show happy new year and all thank you anyway I'm calling about you said light affects the brain how I have three questions one how does jet lag work when you're going to now across the world.

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"robert redford" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Robert Redford Robert Redford getting pretty old up there right I mean Robert Redford is now eighty three years old age eighty three years old which means that he was born in nineteen thirty six it is a threat to present to the country like nothing you've ever seen in a lifetime like you were there during the sixties in fact you Reno I during the Great Depression so now we don't know on that he says this time from from to go along with those in Congress have chosen party loyalty over there just solidly affirm their support for the constitution of the United States when trump was elected I honestly thought it only fair to give the guy a chance and like many others I did I'm sure I'm sure Robert Redford gave president trump a fair shake this is growing up as a child during World War two I watched United American defend itself against the threat of fascism I watch this again during the Watergate crisis when I democracy was threatened yeah that that is an exaggeration Watergate and again when terrorists turned our world upside down to compare but white water gates to the **** and nine eleven is absurd and I was comparing that to drums impeachment hearings yeah let's go back to being the leader of the world so desperately needs let's return quickly to simply being Americans thanks Robert Redford really appreciate your input are you coming up will be joined by Michael met has got a brand new book out called god's hand on America perfectly appropriate for thanksgiving Michael is not only a friend he is a tremendous historian and a lot of interesting stuff to stay will be joined by Dr I Michael this momentous event.

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"robert redford" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Watchmen currently according to NBC news we need his opinion I'm politics Redford has a piece called president from the dictator like administration is attacking the values America holds dear I do appreciate it Robert Redford had nothing to say when Barack Obama was simply creating law from the executive branch and when he was it droning American citizens overseas and when he was launching wars that congressional approval in Libya all very exciting stuff Robert Redford did not seem deeply comes when he was imprisoning children at the border which he did in mass numbers read read read nothing to say about about Robert Redford who is most famous for being in movies of parliament some were up against a crisis I never thought I'd see in my lifetime a dictator like attack by president trump everything this country stands for really not not your lifetime Blake held is Robert Redford Robert Redford getting pretty old up there right I mean Robert Redford is now eighty three years old age eighty three years old which means that he was born in nineteen thirty six this is a threat to present to the country like nothing you've ever seen in a lifetime like you were there during the sixties in fact you Reno I during the Great Depression so now we don't know on that he says it's time for trump to go along with those in Congress have chosen party loyalty over there just solidly affirm their support for the constitution of the United States when trump was elected I honestly thought it only fair to give the guy a chance and like many others I did I'm sure I'm sure Robert Redford gave president trump a fair shake this is growing up as a child during World War two I watched United American defend itself against the threat of fascism I watch this again during the Watergate crisis when I democracy was threatened yeah that that is an exaggeration Watergate again when terrorists turned a world that sent on to compare but white water gates to the **** and nine eleven is absurd and I was comparing that to trump's impeachment hearings is a let's go back to being the leader of the world so desperately needs let's return quickly to simply being Americans thanks Robert Redford really appreciate your input are you coming up will be joined by Michael met has got a brand new book out called god's hand on America perfectly appropriate for thanksgiving Michael is not only a friend he is a tremendous historian and a lot of interesting stuff to stay will.

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"robert redford" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on WTVN

"Redford Robert Redford is what here it would be heroes is one of pays discipline to since her husband yeah Robert Redford's the one hell he's was gonna pay any CMO is one of the problems it into moving now was it not strip tease strip tease that is the movie for which she received twelve point five million nineteen sixty please Erin grant also stars Armand Assante ving roms Robert Patrick and Burt Reynolds wait a minute strip tease isn't that the Elizabeth Berkley movie now that the show girl she just gave me a mention in the cast list okay okay disclosure this disclosure on my ten ninety four she plays Meredith's Johnson that's her and Michael Douglas on a Michael Crichton novel and it is a very very good move I didn't write that down because I'm like she's not in that I just think she's in it although like the village he is also for mention Dennis Miller and Donald Sutherland yeah but yes that is an excellent movie GI Jane in the nineteen ninety seven she plays lieutenant Jordan Neil thank you for your service veterans want to be associated with the film people are more people were concerned with the fact that.

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All About the new 'Jurassic World' short film 'Battle at Big Rock'

The Empire Film Podcast

07:10 min | 2 years ago

All About the new 'Jurassic World' short film 'Battle at Big Rock'

"New story that I want to talk about as well which which is a PC guy saying this tomorrow night during these et Jurassic world short film Jomie model at Big Rock which I thought was pretty pretty cool but I don't WanNa hear you guys talk about it. Instead of wanting to hear the guy he made it talk about it. Will you please welcome drastic world and the upcoming world three three and indeed the director all the big. Please welcome ah the I just want to thank all of you. I brought my children tonight so thank thank you for introducing them to many new words. I'm so sorry so many questions to answer wants dinner so yes colon thanks to lay down man for everything you were born so listen this short film by the big rock very very exciting. What can you say about what's what happened is so the universal came to us and asked if I wanted to make a short film with their money and I said yes definitely we can put dinosaurs in it and we'll do it and so we're not enough if any last film at the very end we really just change the franchise? Even is as we said all these dinosaurs loose in the world and so it led us a just think about what that really means and take a bit of a step away from our weaponized dinosaurs hybrids and all these things that we've been doing in these in these movies and really just go back to basics and and make a short film about a family campground who just like anyone who's been camping. Sometimes you see a bear going through your garbage and we replaced that with an ceratops yeah. We we go from there because I I've seen a little short films in my life almost every single one of them stand to have a dinosaur and it's you're not the besmirch short films but this is the dream just take a dinosaur and then you're good we list of films that I think what would have been even more amazed ashamed with films that I want to have a dinosaur in them. All Jess I found that amazing movie with Robert Redford all his lawsuit aw I remember watching it incredible movie and I was so ashamed that about two thirds of the way through there could be a Muslim source would be okay with that. I would be alright Robert Redford versus versus the Mosasaurus all along the money would be the most horse tough you never know he's very resourceful so when this we shot in Ireland in January January of last year and we managed to keep it a secret the Irish keep secret added stars Andre Holland who many US probably seen in castle rock if that's out here in Selma is incredible actor Natalie Martinez who is an end of watch and his amazing amazing actress and these two kids that no one's ever seen before who I love so much it was it was like shooting in movie we had five days and we all had to get together with this pretty. Small Irish crew one set and find a way to do something pretty pretty challenging in a short period of time with not same resources that we're used to and everyone was down at the buffet every morning which there's an excellent buffet at this point this out at this hotel in Ireland that we're we're all in this sweet little girl who was in the in the short had never been in anything before and we asked her you know she her mom called and said Bull. I oh I get I get get first class tickets to come out because you're guaranteed a first class taking per guild rules but she really wants her whole family there. Is there anything you can do and I was like well what I do with my my family is usually we'll just we won't take the first class and we'll fly. Everybody and you can fly business if you do that and so she said great and so this van pulls up and just one one after another ten people baby and grandma everybody get out of the van and they were Swedish. There was amazing BEC- it coat from winter in Philadelphia incredible but I'd love to this is happening. Do you think this might spark a trend. Is this something that you would have loved to done and for the first Jurassic World Yeah it is the result of a you know I think it's because our we don't make three movies a year in our franchise and and and we don't even make one movie a year and we're we're a little more old school and that we every three years and we ask people to come and see a dinosaur movie and so it to be able to have something in the middle because the story that we're about to tell in the next film is so different and so large in scope that it was. I just really wanted to do something that was that was just very intimate and small. There are dinosaurs in it but it's a small intimate dinosaur fight. What can you say about where you are with the next Jurassic World World we are? I live here in England and I've been here for three years and we have our our offices out at studios and we've got everyone. They're carving being dinosaurs out of of clay. I can announce here that I have. If any do saw the dark crystal on Netflix John Nolan who did all the animatronic Dr Crystal is going to do our animatronic for us and so he's bringing starting to actually build things in his workshop and seeing what he's able to do with is Enjoin Movement and he's really innovating a really exciting way speaking emphasis on animatronic again there are large and small and we actually have an animatronic in in battle a big rock that was done by legacy by the guys who you know Stan Winston's group before they all have carried on that tradition so we had this the massive allosaurus in Ireland and so everybody was my wife actually took a video of it that I'm sure I'll I'll tweet at some point because there's so much so much fun and energy behind it and that we finally we had this this massive thing that was sticking its head in and out of this camper van spoilers spoiler now but people and and it just this whole crew was actually watching this thing go down and you really feel like you're you're. You're in Jurassic Park when these things really get going and we play music and we play roars really loud so there's there's no element that isn't you know firing on all all cylinders and it's pretty exciting. Everyone applauded and we we felt like we were there. Outside of course in

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"robert redford" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Absolutely spectacular. brilliant brilliant bit of marketing lord only knows how many films are gonna be able to do it this. I appreciate it. Hey I appreciate it V. V. V. hearken back I appreciate the connection that they did it they decide to do with Rudy right so so that movie is as far as sports movies goes top five. Rudy's top five right so so in Indiana breaking away right which is the the the cycling movie right that that would be in there but but Rudy is there. bull Durham is their field of dreams. is in there as well those would be three. remember the Titans. Kanye right what way which one is remember the Titans that Mackey much it's Denzel Washington what what's the movie on thing up with math many are Marshall we are Marshall thank you. thank you was remember. yes okay so I know I okay I never saw remember the Titans I got to calm down my god you have a man who wears the same underwear three days in a row is upset with me financing a movie and it will be number five like what would be on on on your top five of a sports movies of all time no yours I'm asking you more everyone's I do love coach Carter. or money well. money but was a good movie coach cards good Samuel Jackson is a basketball coach of these are the struggling youth of society and turn them around the I. N. C. I. N. right and see that cliche to the Max okay clearly we missed a whole bunch of people are going nuts I mean right now Hoosiers the movie Hoosiers good all its own no wow so when I was a Butler we used to go on road trips I was traveling with the basketball team and we watched the movie every road trip first thing no matter what I've seen that movie so many times fifty times in my life now yeah I just I I physically can't do anymore. if if if that's what you wanna wanna be about it fine you have yourself an issue but Hoosiers has got to be on the list the natural. Paul Newman yes yes right I'm not Paul Newman Robert Redford sorry Major League. great sports movie I'm I can't believe I forgot and I apologize America slapshot. that's that's Paul Newman yes the the hockey movie but on the foil. are you you really does sell the reference nine do not if you go to my office right now. if you go into you know I've got as my office is nothing fancy it's it's it's big but like I don't use it but there is a little closet in in in the office in in there like I hang like a certain cases goes on the on thing that isn't on TV there's a Jack in their case my jacket which I have a problem and there's a Jersey hanging that in there and now Jersey. is from what is known as the Charlestown chiefs which was the team. that is featured. in slapshot. right I'm I'm can't believe you don't know this this movie I cannot even believe you don't know this movie in the Hanson brothers the three of them in that Jersey signed by all three Hanson brothers it is there right now I they came into the studio four years ago. four years ago and I got inside it hasn't left my office I don't even have it out it's just in the closet that's how great that movie is okay Twitter has responded the replacements that's the key on a reserve the right okay that's a good movie gene Hackman Kiana Reeves it's okay that was that was good there is a happy Gilmore. not a sports movie it's a comedy movie first right and then some of the king pen. all right but again that doesn't count yeah yeah that's all that's that's not a sports movie right even though even though slap shot is a comedy it's totally a sports movie. eight three three got Tony Tony cast by the way our area eight three three four six eight eight six six nine all right well movie movies on your list. is this a pretty good list right here a league of their own that's a good sports movie. you see here's a difference a league of their own yes field of dreams yes caddy shack no caddy shack is a comedy. it's not a sports movie. hi ten Cup also Kevin Costner does that go on the list yes that is worth movie. first so I don't know how I feel about Kevin Costner being like three of my top ten I'm not sure how I feel about that I I don't know now you see money ball. a different kind of sports movie very right so when you think sports movie do you consider Jerry McGuire in that group now you see I feel that way about money ball I don't think money balls in that group. I don't think I don't think it can fit. I'm in the bad news bears that I think yes I think you can say yes to that that is a sports movie. hold on. days of thunder. I it is the weekend of the brickyard here in in Indianapolis the big machine vodka. presents the the big big machine four hundred at the brickyard presented by Florida Georgia line that's how they call it is actually very cool. any given Sunday any given Sunday Sarah grey movie yeah. and Java Nagel who but it is known as Nagel house for you there's a a show on history town called forged in fire near and he we follow each other necessary roughness okay. that's pretty funny well as we finally got a Brad Brad welcome to the show. movies that should be on a top five list. god right. eight thirty great still love you the original longest yard. yeah. no yes yes it's such a sports movie yeah it's so. since football goalkeeper rentals Comox yeah I think he broke his reconnect right yeah I got it don't get me wrong it's it's a good it's a good movie it is absolutely good movie master family farm on Twitter young blood is a hockey movie with rob Lowe. I know I have no idea now the only movies I've seen with rob Lowe or the ones that he'd even or being made all my life why I mean I might that might have been a sports movie I think it all depends on your point of view I would you say that. rebel with the curve. no what is that movie the person who said that while you are you anything you want to say to Josh all my gosh that movie is terrible. do you have an opinion on this guide tell Jeremy what you think. so.

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"robert redford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"To learn how broadcast dot dot F._M.. Roads it's the earnest handcock show where we're going. There aren't any roads okay. I found the end of three days of the condor. It's been years years since I seen this but it's amazing what you know locks in your head Robert Redford and Cliff Robertson which was you know big stars at the time and it was the end of this. He comes to this realization. How is he going to get there for this before the Internet? How would you get it out? How how many how many photocopies you're gonNA make you're going to give it to you know it's like the Pentagon papers? Daniel Ellsberg got well. We Guy New York Times printed them. You know why are knows Washington Post. You know that was a papers the New York Times so why would they do. They don't like Nixon and I don't like trump the steele dossier whatever but now with the Internet Nascar you guys we just do it ourselves. Oh gotta get control on that yeah but the seeds of how they control and project mockingbird and all this other stuff kind of comes to fruition at the end of this clip now. It's going to be like four minutes or something or maybe less but I just want to know. This is the exchange just kind of randomly. He put it here. You know where these guys he's meeting his C._I._A.. BASU BY THEY'RE GONNA wind up killing him and so This is the exchange just kind of randomly. He put it here. You know where these guys he's meeting his C._I._A.. BASU BY THEY'RE GONNA wind up killing him and so he's meeting them in New York and he's kind of walking on the street. They got the cars with the guys you know the black wall tires if you'll follow them and so on and he goes as a walk here and he wants to say this is the end of the movie it all comes down to this down the street we have plans to invade the Middle East you crazy. Am I look turn of grand plans. No absolutely not we have games. We play games. What if how Germany men what would it take? Is there a cheaper way to stabilize reshape as who were paid to do walk on go on Adwa just took the games too seriously who's really going to do it was renegade operation and when new fifty four twelve never authorized there was no way with the heat on the company board if there hadn't been any he supposed I haven't stumbled stumbled on a plane say nobody had their a ballgame fact is there's nothing wrong with the plan. The plan was all right. The plan would have worked boy. Is it with view people you think not getting caught an allies. The same thing is telling you the truth. It's simple economics today. It's oil right in ten or fifteen years food but Tony Him. Maybe even sooner now now. What do you think that people are going to want us to do? Then asked them not now then ask them when they're running out as to win. There's no heat in their homes in their coal. Ask Him when their engine stopped asking when people who've never known hunger start going hungry you WanNa know something they will want us to ask. They'll just want us to get it for. Have you found a home. Seven People Killed Company didn't order at Atwood did and who the hell is Atwood he's you. He's all you guys. Seven people killed and you play fucking games right the other side does to this why we can't let you stay outside. I will go on home. You can go on. They've got you know where we are. Just look around. They'd got it. That's where they should. They got all New York Times but but did you do. I told him a story. You Play Games. I told him a story <HES> you you put jumps son of a bitch he had done more damage and you know I hope so and then he starts walking away about to be a very lonely man that didn't have to in this of course it. Did they turn. How do you know you can take a walk but how far they don't print it print? How do you know aw they'll print it Robert Redford Faye dunaway cliff Robertson as early seventies eighties so this it is this is exactly what we're talking about?

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Ethical hacker is a big and growing job

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:13 min | 2 years ago

Ethical hacker is a big and growing job

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by vast a global cybersecurity company trusted by over four hundred million people avast is dedicated to protect you online. So you can connect to the internet confidently avast keeping the world safe from cyber attacks. Visit them at a vast dot com. And rather Michigan economic Development Corporation, Evan lie. All of rush enterprises is a big fan of Michigan as he put it the future of mobility, is going to be decided right here in the state is a planet dot com to find out why that's P. L. A. N. E T, M dot com. A job where you get to act like a criminal, but for noble causes to have a career change to ethical hacking from the American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for Molly would. So you've got your computer science degree, your coded masterful. Now an elder of the internet comes to you holding a black hat, and a white one. We'll you hack to steal and disrupt or will you work to stop the bad guys. Which will you choose in reality? The distinction isn't really that clear entered the role of the grey headed or ethical hacker. Gary Rivlin is a journalist and author of the new book becoming an ethical hacker. It's part of the masters at work guides to interesting careers riven sat down with several of the fields, top information security professionals, a quirky and fascinating bunch. He says they're out to do good. But there are practical rewards to the draw would start with the salary and the demands cyber security folks are paid even more than the typical programmer. The demand is off the charts the world last year was talking about this study that saying that there's going to be a need for more than three million cybersecurity jobs across the. Planet. Those of us who are on computers, living, our digital lives. That's frightening to anyone who wants to get into cybersecurity as profession. That's certainly good news. There always be demand in your book. You spoke with half a dozen or so cybersecurity experts. What did they tell you is the hardest part of their job to me? It's what they call the defenders dilemma as a defender you have to win every single day. The attacker only has to win once so it's a really, really stressful job because one breach, and it negates every positive day you had up until then there's a puzzle aspect. You know you need to be created. There's no off the rack solution as the cybersecurity people ethical hackers. I spoke to you have to think like a black headed hacker. You have to kind of put yourself in their shoes. How would they get into the system? To you point in your book that amongst the hackers and the cyber security experts. It's more stude- mail. Why is it important to get more women into these positions? Well, so there's this notion that you have to think like a hacker. Well, if all of the computer security, people are white men who live in the United States, that's leaving out a whole lot of people who would like to break into our systems, we just need diversity, not just as a nice goal though. It is an important goal. But just for more practical reasons I mean as bad as the numbers are for programmers, generally, like roughly twenty percent programmers, give or take a women nowadays. The underrepresentation is worse in cybersecurity, and we can do better in and we need to do better. Gary Rivlin is a journalist and author of the new book becoming an ethical hacker. All of. This might remind you of the nineteen Ninety-two film, sneakers in which Robert Redford leads a rag tag team of noble thieves. I brought up the comparison with Gary and he says, it's one of his favourite tech movies, along with war games. And now for some related links interested in reading, Gary Rivlin's book. It's fun quick read, especially if you're into heists another big takeaway, the path ethical hacker is buried and winding. There's the former journalist the child prodigy the NSA guy, the Wall Street Journal recently got a look into the security team at IBM code named x force read apparently demand in the field has grown so much so fast that, quote, his team of corporate hackers contains more music majors than graduates with security degrees, given the dearth of collegiate programs that focus on the quickly evolving field and quote turns out, you can get certified as an ethical hacker. The council offers several courses including forensic investigation and penetration testing just a heads up the final test to become a licensed penetration. Tester is eighteen hours long. E Andy news has a post mortem on the first cyber attack on the US 'electricity grid pack in March, no blackouts. Like there were in Ukraine in two thousand fifteen but the threat is real people. And finally, trust me, sneakers is not only a great film. It's practically prescient when it comes to this topic don't believe me, birth movies, death dot com. Hasn't analysis, there's the phrase, most undervalued movie of all time. I agree. I agree. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM Patrick in Santa Cruz, California wrote to us to say marketplace is an essential element in his life, and that we're helping make him smarter through high quality thought provoking and informative journalism to join Patrick, and supporting what we do. Please donate online today at marketplace dot org. Thanks to Patrick, and all the marketplace investors who make our work possible.

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Charles Van Doren, Mark Van Doren And Fraud discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Charles Van Doren, Mark Van Doren And Fraud discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

"Quiz shows Charles van Doren past. Yes, he did. Yeah. For those who don't know. He was the biggest thing in the history of game shows if you saw the movie quiz show in the nineties, Robert Redford's, great movie terrific was about Charles van Doren was all rigged. And I watched this little kid. I would beg my parents. Let me stay up late and watch twenty one and Charles van Doren who is at Columbia on of Mark van Doren, the famous Shakespeare scholar. Absolutely. And it was all fraud. But the country was gripped. You said he won the equivalent of a million bucks. Yeah. Get answers. Yeah. It was all rigged. But no one and listen I and but we didn't realize at the time. I mean, I you know, I was a kid. What did I know? I thought it was

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"robert redford" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:55 min | 3 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. The children of Jamal kashogi begun receiving compensation. Kashogi was the journalist from Saudi Arabia who vanished last year after initial denials Saudi authorities now acknowledge he was killed after he walked into a Saudi consulate in Istanbul, the newspaper that wants published Kashoggi's columns, the Washington Post now reports on a parent early moves toward paying blood money to Khashoggi's relations. Greg Miller reported this story for the post. Good morning, sir. Good morning. What are the children been paid? Well, so far they've gotten houses in Jeddah. A city on the Red Sea and Saudi Arabia also got a monthly stipends monthly payments of about ten thousand dollars to fifteen thousand dollars per month. Although it sounds like from your reporting. That's just the beginning report negotiations for possible larger payments. What would they be? Yes. This is this happens in sort of two stages. These were payment that were approved by the king late last year for the family but going forward, you know, there are cases there were prosecutions underway in Saudi Arabia when those conclude there would be an opening for discussions for far more money. And that's where you get into the real sort of blood money situation or scenario those could be millions and millions of dollars. Now, we should just underline that. I mean, we understand from civil lawsuits in the United States, the idea of punitive damages blood money. I guess is. Somewhat similar, but also different. This is a way to wipe away a killing rather than than the the family of the victim having to seek revenge. Is that right? Yeah. That's right. I mean, it's it's it's more cultural. It's it's a it's obviously a very different system. But it does require usually for the victims to absolve in this case the killers, or at least be willing to say that the that the expected death penalty prosecutors are seeking the death penalty in Saudi Arabia, the family might be asked or required to waive the death penalty in these cases, well could payments like this then allow the defendants in this case who obviously are either wealthy or supported by very wealthy people allow the defendants to buy their way out of criminal punishments of any kind. I think that's conceivable. But I think in this case there would there would still be punishment. That would stay with probably still be incarcerated, although it's a very opaque process. So it's not very clear. I mean, this is. Not trials like in the United States where you can go in and watch the court proceedings unfold day after day, these are all very cloaked processes in Saudi Arabia looming behind all of this. Of course is the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman has denied any culpability. And of course, is not on trial in any way. Does blood money offer him away to wipe this case away without facing any particular accountability? Well, it's not completely. But it does, you know, the kashogi children have been awfully restrained in in their public positions about all of this. Right. They've not condemned kingdom. They've knock on after Mohammad bin Salman. And this is a way to making sure they sort of stay quiet this. This is a way for that to happen. It also chiefs one other thing, I think for the crown prince, which is, you know, these are people who are on trial now for for a pair, according to US intelligence agencies for executing his orders for them to be killed and for there to be no punishments for higher up would look bad. Mr miller. Thanks very much for the update. Really? Appreciate it. Thank you Washington Post reporter, Greg Miller, he's been reporting on early efforts to pay compensation and efforts toward paying blood money to the relations of Jamal kashogi. President Trump says Mexico and Central American countries are not doing enough to stop the flow of migrants. So he has issued this threat did they don't stop them with flows. Ing the border. They'll close we'll keep close for a long time. I'm not playing games. This is not the first time. President Trump is sounded that warning the border in San Diego was shut down for a few hours last year. This time though, the president hasn't followed through on the threat stopping cross-border traffic with one of the nation's biggest trading partners could do serious damage to the US economy. NPR's Scott Horsely reports retailers in San Diego got a small taste of what a border shutdown might look like last November. When members of a migrant caravan charged the border and us officials closed one border crossing and response. Well, that shutdown lasted only a few hours it came. Come on. What should have been one of the busiest shopping days the year and fall out for local merchants was severe easily easily lost between thirty five hundred dollars. Louis Aloom eight runs Sureau stand in a large alad mall, just north of the border nine out of ten customers their walk or drive over from Mexico. When that traffic was cut off for less than a day. The hit to the local economy top five million dollars. So Louis says if the border closed for a full week he'd be out of business gum law would be a ghost town closing the entire US border with Mexico would also put the brakes on more than one and a half billion dollars in goods crossing back and forth every day, including fifty million pounds of produce from Mexico. The now feels one hundred warehouses in Gallup's, Arizona. One importer warned the US would run out of does in three weeks. But guacamole is the least of it lands. Young Meyer who has the fresh produce association of the Americas says fresh tomatoes peppers melons and eggplant for the whole country would soon be in short supply, probably over half of what most consumers putting their shopping bag when it comes to fresh produce. They would find reduced quantities. And higher. Prices. Young Maier says the administration's already planning to halt truck traffic through no gals on Sundays as customs officers who typically staff the border crossing. There are reassigned to deal with the influx of Central American migrants. If that shutdown extends to other days of the week young Meyer worries some people will be out of work. There's jobs that depend on moving back and forth every day, and that's not moving those people are laid off. And that means those people are not able to keep the lights on their own homes in groceries refrigerator. So it gets really, thanks. He really quick and those effects are not limited to the border region. Mexico's a critical supplier for companies throughout the US, especially in the highly integrated auto industry, we don't just trade with each other. We're making things together Christian to the center for automotive research says Mexico supplies thirty seven percent of all imported car parts in the US and more than seventy percent of some critical components g check says because some of those parts are central to a cars assembly without them factories would. Soon grind to a halt. And that in turn would idle domestic parts makers. We'll see auto production in the US shut down pretty quickly some within hours, and certainly the whole industry within days. G? Check says the fallout from a complete border shutdown would be so fast and so sweeping it's hard to take the president's threat seriously. But White House counselor Kellyanne Conway insisted on Fox News Sunday. It's a real possibility, and certainly isn't a block you can take the president seriously companies throughout the US routinely make contingency plans for supply disruptions, but it's impossible to prepare for something like a complete border shutdown. If the worst does happen g check jokes. She does have one consolation a stockpile of tequila can last for a while. Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington. You're listening to morning edition on KCRW director Emile de Antonio manage to make a movie about some of the country's most wanted fugitives. We didn't know where we were sending the door and they want. Smile in one after the other. It was a very rare moment in the life of. Helmet. Robert, Redford, Marlon Brando. This week. We go underground on the document KCRW's mash up of documentaries and radio. Get it wherever fine podcasts are downloaded. Now. This from KCRW news, the writers guild of America, the union representing Hollywood screenwriters is locked in a bitter labor battle now with movie studios are television networks, but with the talent agents who are supposed to represent the writers the battle escalated over the weekend. When WGN members voted overwhelmingly to approve a measure, targeting Hollywood talent agencies KCRW saw Gonzales explains more than ninety five percent of writers guild of America. Members who participated in the vote voted in favor of a new code of conduct for talent agents, representing WG a members in particular. The writers want the elimination of water called packaging fees and television deals. This is money earned by Taliban agencies when they put together wider production deals with studios and provide an entire. Firewall stir of talent like writers directors and actors in this single deal. The WG a argues packaging fees, give talent agencies less incentive to aggressively represent their clients in negotiations. If the talent agencies don't accept a new code of conduct that eliminates packaging fees. The WGN says its members will fire their agents KCRW saw solace. Today on press play. No foreign leader knows Washington inner workings, like Israeli, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu survives president you. Remember the time that we were the new kids in town. I'm Madeline brand the Israeli election is in a week. And at Yahoo is seeking a fifth term is used American tactics to win how the US shaped him and Israel today. One on press Clark KCRW..

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"robert redford" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Rhapsodies the mobile I'm gonna say this and Bernie agrees. I usually speak for both of us even at home. We have no reason to say this because this guy can't do anything for us to be completely honest. But Neil Rosen is significantly better. Swear to God. So many of the film critic, I I see them all you're you're never get better. And now, you're the official Bernie Bill. The big deal. Welcome. I'm happy to be the academy went on Sunday. We'll talk that. But I want to start the match the spring training baseball game tomorrow against the raves. That's right. The Yankees open tomorrow against the Red Sox. I know way game. That's right. You know, the baseball baseball's here somebody throw this out you get ahead. I don't know if it's the best. But these give you my three favorite baseball game. Three Bernie giving you a three and I'll give you my thought. Okay. Number one for me is field of dreams field of dreams is a great move. That's number one because of the whole Hombre close at my dad to say the other two are going to be the natural with Robert Redford good movie and major league because I like to laugh. Okay. I think it's ridiculous. Because everybody hated it. The critics hated it. It was sappy. It was predictable. It was all those things. But I still loved it which one Kevin Costner and Kelly Preston, oh, that's a great movie for the love of the game. That's a great mood. I love that mov-. Okay. Because people think I'm not my number one pick. Good old guy trying to perfect game with the Tigers. John C Reilly. Because I'm there for you. You know, what I mean, we're all here for you. He tries to pitch the perfect movie. Well, I have to go with the older ones. Start the natural was going to be one of mine. So I have to go, you know, it aligns with yours. But whatever also pride of the Yankees, the Yankees nineteen forty two with real Babe Ruth, right? Right by the bay. Is that true baseball scene? That's right. But baseball's okay. But he was it was loop about Lou Gehrig, and it was Gary Cooper Gary Cooper played. That was Gary. Remember director, Gary Marshall that we course that was that was his favorite movie, brother. Really? That's both my latest one is about the baseball player. Jimmy pearsall. Yes. Remember, yes. Absolutely fear strikes out Anthony, Anthony Perkins molding. All right. So is that kind of like the movie with Robert deniro on the fan? That's bang the drum slowly, Michael Moriarty and Robert deniro. No, no, no, one Wesley Snipes and the neuro- actually stalks them. The fan memory tries to kill was these types because like Willie Mays. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's a different type of movie about little mental illness. He hit the ball. And he ran the basis the wrong way. Yes. Jimmy, mental illness and Anthony Perkins who they said did not even know how to throw a baseball Woody, right? He got the part in the movie, but he had trainers. And but that's a good movie. Eight men out was that about the White Sox scandal. Yeah. It's about the black SOX Chicago. So I'm gonna go with I have some different ones for you. All right. All right. Well, I will you know, you say field of dreams. That's also the the White Sox. The Chicago one thousand nine hundred ninety s show up on the field shoeless. Joe jackson. If you if if if you build it, they will come in Chicago White Sox team came. All right. I'm going with. I guess my fa-. I think there's nothing better to me baseball movie widened bull Durham, I think that bull Durham is just I mean, not only a look at minor league baseball. But Tim Robbins, you know, coming up and being coached, you know, of not not technically coach but being advised by Kevin Costner. Who's who's this? Catch was great and Susan Sarandon table. The table in the kitchen yet. But it it's just a it's just a great insight into like minor league baseball. They married at that time or the was. They met on. They never gotten my buddy Robinson serandon. I think they stayed together for many years but much right now, and they're not together anymore. Field of dreams, the movie you. You just mentioned both Durham and love of the game or Kevin Costner. Yeah. Kevin Costner is big on. The baseball's my buddy Robert wall is in bulls. He's my buddy, I spoke with great. He's been on the show many times all is now on HBO. HBO go. Okay. So my next one that I love which is a little different is which we were talking about Gary Marshall. And then you brought a penny Marshall is a league of their own house. My favorite movies ever who even knew about the I didn't know about the American girls. The all American girls baseball league was founded when a went off to war in World War Two and all the good players were gone and.

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"robert redford" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:02 min | 3 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Greetings from the boldest body. Most outrageous city in the world, the planetary capital of sun fun sin sex secrets my not so humble hometown, Las Vegas, Nevada. My name is George Knapp. Your -cational host designated driver of the airwaves and moderator up. Tonight's upcoming the communist cavalcade of conversation. Hope y'all had a wonderful Easter holiday here in the coast-to-coast command bunker, we've taken off our Spurs hold off the boots. They're standing over there in the corner. The gun belt is unbuckled. The colts within grabbing distance just in case, you never know. What goes on during a coast to coast broadcast tonight. We return to the old west to the time of gunslingers outlaws desperadoes cagey characters on horseback robbed trains and banks. Rustled cattle and horses. Thumb their noses at the law for as long as they could many of them that bloody violent ends many more still live on in our imaginations back when I was a kid westerns were the rage on television every network had its own lineup a western programs. Not just gunsmoke. I mean, all kinds of shows every one of them movie studios cranked out western tales on a regular basis. White hats versus black hats. You know times change public tastes change. But those stories still rattle around in my brain, and maybe yours as well. A couple of weeks ago. I was invited to a pretty amazing family reunion in Arizona. Not my family somebody else's family. And in a sense. It was more than a family reunion. It was like a gathering of the outlaw clans at this gathering. There were some in the family who could trace their roots to Jesse James salmon, the family could shake a trace themselves to a guy named black. Jack Ketchum many of these family members didn't realize that they were related to folks who ran with the wild bunch that loose confederation. Of outlaws that's been chronicled in in so many books, and so many movies and the most famous of all the wild bunch outlaws which Cassidy and the Sundance kid, you know, the movie we all know the one with Paul Newman. And Robert Redford a marvelous piece of filmmaking. I don't know about you. But I didn't like the ending. I wanted Butch and Sundance to escape I didn't want them to die in some podunk town and Bolivia over the years. I I read just about anything and everything that's been written about Butch and Sundance or anything. I could get my hands on anyway, especially the stories about how maybe they didn't die in Bolivia after all maybe they returned to the states and lived out until they were old men now. Maybe that's wishful thinking, maybe it's western fantasy and maybe not during that gathering in Arizona, a famous western writer and publisher named Bob BOS bells spoke, and he told the crowd. Remember this phrase says nothing changes as much as the past. And isn't that true? I mean, we learned that on this program. All the time the more we learn about the past the more. We learn about how wrong we've been about it. I thought it might be fun for one of our programs to explore the alternative history of the old west, we do those kinds of alternative history programs on coast now, and then, but as far as I know. No. We haven't done one that focused on old west tails will tonight that changes we start with Butch and Sundance. And I don't think anyone in the world has done more work on tracking down the real story on those to then carry Rosborough he and his wife. Lisa. Lebron have co authored a massive an impressive new history called Butch Cassidy, the untold story. It's a very impressive piece of work. Amazing details and photos, and they make a persuasive case that Butch Cassidy did not die in South America in part because a heck of a lot of people saw him years later here. Instead, they think Cassidy had a long colorful life and ended his days right here in my neck of the woods, Nevada. Lebron's will join me momentarily, and we will jump right into it in our three tonight. Jerry nickel is not only a writer and storyteller. He says he is the great grandson of the Sundance kid. He makes the case in his new his book that there was a lot of confusion about the true identity of Sundance and that was on purpose. And he says he has DNA evidence that proves Sundance also survives South America died many years later in Utah. Then in our four we're going to explore one of the most infamous Bank robberies of all time at least in western history. You know, historians for a long time believed that the robbery of the First National Bank and win amok here. In Nevada was the work of the wild bunch, maybe push Cassidy's gang. Maybe all Bush himself was involved. They figured the town went America even held a festival Butch Cassidy days and sort of cashed in on that story. I think most historians have since concluded Butch was not there himself. He wasn't involved in that robbery. Now comes an explosive new tale. You know, even though Bush wasn't there? Nobody's really explained. Well, if he didn't do it who did. Well, the story that we're going to hear now is about who really stage that robbery. Chant and Kim bracket are not writers by trade. They're there ranchers, but they wanted to tell a story after they found a stash of old handwritten notes written by their la- late relative, a man who knew the truth about the wild bunch and about that Bank job, and this truth leads to a name that is well known in the west, but not as an outlaw he's known as a pillar of his community, owner of one of the largest ranchers ranches in America, a solid citizen whose colorful past is about to catch up with them chat and Kim will be here later in the program, and they.

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"robert redford" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That is very romantic Betty White's ninety seven years old today. She's still getting carded. According to the actress, the golden girls star plans and celebrating or Mary Tyler Moore star. Whatever she's been in so many things she knows. She's spending your birthday today. She's gambling. Gotta love that. Yeah. I love at Betty's playing poker with friends that she's played with for decades. Her birthday wish is a phone. Call from Robert Redford guy. Love Betty, she's ninety seven years old. As beloved as anyone in the entertainment industry. She continues to feel the offers to act in films and TV shows. I love your I need to figure out the name of that TV show that she was in. What was that Betty white? God what was it? Whether it's the prank show hold on a second. I need to find that what was that called Google at one author rockers. Yeah. That was a good one this. So funny. Betty crediting her long career with their positive attitude says, I know it sounds corny. But I try to see the funny side. And the upside not the downside says I get bored with people who complain about this or that it's such a waste of time. A speaking of bad songs collie now, I'm not going to get into that too much. But Robin certainly made me think of another bad song. That's not. Yeah. Let's see. This is a bad one to me..

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"robert redford" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Down near new Brighton between six ninety four and county road ninety six looks like Kennedy two and thirty five W northbound there is a vehicle on the side of the road south of that ninety four eastbound in Saint Paul between Lexington Parkway and western avenue. There is a crash, and it will be slowing you down pretty much all the way from hiawatha until you meet that crash near Lexington Parkway. You're five eyewitness news weather forecast. Partly cloudy tonight. Seven tomorrow, cloudy thirteen right now, sunny and twenty two. Information, please. Mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. On mytalk mytalk guy. Well, yesterday during the five twenty dirt alert, we talked about maybe Miley Cyrus expecting a child while she took to Twitter to deny reports that she's pregnant with what would be per and husband, Liam hem Hemsworth. First child. She said eggs cited for this next chapter in our lives, meaning her marriage now, everyone can leave me alone and go back to staring at AIG course that referring to is the most light image on Instagram, which is currently of an egg. It was very response. Yeah. It must've been a a lunch belly baby. Every single cheddar Jean shorts. No because it was just a long top. But she performed that. Chris Cornell, LA and. Hey outfit kinda just a little lunch at the for such emotion for Miley. Cyrus Betty white doing fabulously well on her ninety seventh birthday today. Her rep tells us weekly that Betty is feeling great that white still loves to work and offers keep coming in. And when she's not acting Betty white allegedly enjoys hanging out with close pals playing poker and Betty white one birthday wish she's waiting for Robert Redford to call her. I love that about her. Bob, crawl please for goodness sake. All right. And now, we know some of the artists that will be performing at this year's Grammy awards. Shawn Mendez denomination Cardi B or taking the stage as well as Camila Cabello Dannon shea post Malone and Casey musk graves all announced that they're going to be performing at the Grammys today. Alicia Keys hosting the ceremony. You can catch it Sunday February tenth on CBS. Nice decent light up there. All right..

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"robert redford" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"robert redford" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Yeah. The fighter and the kids. It's called. Although the talked about that on his show. You guys got the kid kid is a weird thing to say on. And this way, you will tell him in this climate in this I and you know, what? Yeah. And that's I kids choose just on the table notes preview for and we have kids toys up there. I get it. Here's the thing though. I told Brian when I first met him. He goes, hey, I'm Brian the kid Kahlil excuse me who gives you that name. That's just what they call me. That's cool. Then we got to know each other do the name to doesn't make sense. 'cause your oldest Schick, he goes, I know onset. I saw a movie one time that he referred to Robert deniro sodas the kid. So he just took it Robert Redford. He get Callans from tells the same age as Robert Redford. Yeah. The same age same generation, really. Yeah. He called him Robbie they knew he knew his Robby Robby kalland just took nicknamed himself. I don't know. But we know Brian well enough to know nobody calls in the kit. I've never heard of no one's ever called him the kit. Never someone called him. Then. I'm sure probably I've heard people say young people. Call him Papa. Yes. Somebody called him Papa. So I gotta face time. The other day with a couple of kids. I call them dead. That makes it how many kids do you think he has seven no. No, three three total. How many does he have on the books? Seventeen knowing that Shawn Kemp, Sean. John Philip ready? He's a Philip rivers of this podcast. He's the shot. Fucking haunted. Yeah. Dude, maybe to get an extra system. I left like always there like maybe you should get up exercises them. They always do access because it means something comes back that what do you live what kind of devils? Do you think are trapped inside a shop to all who I work at a skateboard shop? I told him yesterday. He looks like and he looks like his dad owns a gas station. He dresses like every dude. His dad owns a gas station. Chops actually, pretty funny. I could see him doing grip tape, by the beach. Sure. Shop job of John Shaab. How's how's that not a niche? Oh, yeah. Joe, but we'll come back to the shop job. We'll see. We'll say we're going to be gripped taping fucking Rippin ways. Shop John's dog me and Me and you. you sitting there talking shit worked here in the show. He's just sitting there just sitting there doing the job you guys accommodate it. It's like fucking short tank jobs. You'll if you never fought what what would you have done? For real like, what would have been had. You would have probably had to get a job with FedEx FedEx. No. Well, Kim Brown do for you. Yeah. You're in the warehouse all better yet deal. What the fuck would you do with your still set if you wanna come what in the world? Would you do to first of all? Would you be a bevy of skills though? He really does urban planner. I graduated college about urban plan or did it your college. You were home schooled be Bill out. He he Saint Louis that was his he designed that entire said to do you want to get hired as the bird at red, Robin? Can it be around kids? Drought might say I would have got a sex change in a lesbian and found some hot chick to fuck and take care of me. Yeah. That's that's actually very legit. If you know shit, if you're a young guy in you're like things weren't going for us, well somewhere get ten grand get across get a real pussy hits. Is that all the cost to get? You. Don't get Ted. It's so easy. In a man's chest. And it feels like ten mood. Yes. League in this wrong. You get hit you suck the dude off for a year or so get paid and then get married, right? And then you get rid of the tip. That's such a long plan. Offer a couple of years few cut off his..

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William Friedkin: 'The Exorcist'

It Happened In Hollywood

04:05 min | 3 years ago

William Friedkin: 'The Exorcist'

"Hi, I'm Seth Abramovitch senior writer at the Hollywood reporter. And I'd like to welcome you to it happened in Hollywood. It's a new podcast. I'll be hosting with the help of my good friend. Chip pope. Hi there. That's me. I'm chip I'm a TV writer and a pop culture enthusiasts in each episode. We're going to be taking a journey backwards and time and revisiting some of the wildest chapters in Hollywood history iconic films zeitgeist TV shows infamous lawbreakers and just the random weirdness that color the place. We call LA La Land. Yes. And we think that you'll find in Hollywood the more things change the more. They stay the same. And that's what this show is about on each episode. We're going to be going to a key figure in whatever topic recovering and interviewing them. And then after the fact Seth, and I will comment on those prerecorded interviews, so let's get right to it. Welcome to the first episode of Hollywood. All right. Let's do some scene setting its December nineteen seventy three Richard Nixon one month before told a room full of reporters in Orlando, Florida. I am not a crook. Well, I'm not a crook. And in movie theaters. Cross the nation. Robert Redford, Paul Newman were playing crooks in a blockbuster hit called the sting. Then this thirty eight year old wonder canned Billy freed Ken comes along riding high. Having just won the Oscar for the French connection in seventy two. I love that. He's thirty eight year old wonderboy because the industry in nineteen seventy three's run by nine year olds he's young blood at thirty eight. He is he's whippersnapper and -ticipant for his chosen follow picture to French connection is at a fever pitch. His choice was the exercise. I now this was a big budget adaptation of smash hit novel about a little girl who gets possessed by the devil. The film was plagued by infighting delays. It went way over budget. He acted kind of crazy firing people left. And right people thought there was a curse on it yet. There was supposedly occurs. And there was all kinds of reports that this thing is going to be disaster. But when it finally came out, it became the all-time record breaking movie from Warner Brothers at the box office and went on to become one of the most admired and imitated horror films of all time. It's interesting that you should mention the sting because that was just like nostalgic entertainment that took place in the thirties. Whereas the exorcist was very edgy movie. Very hard are a hard arm and pretty much almost an ex. I mean, this is like a cold bucket. A holy water in the face of a pew Besson. Girl. I mean, even the Hollywood reporter this very publications seemed genuinely shocked by it in its review, they called it, quote, an abomination, and quote, and they call it the wretched excess of the year, but at the same time, they also suggested that it may be the most frightening movie ever made and forty five years later, it's still pretty much lays claim to that title of scariest movie ever made this week's special guest. We have the man responsible for making it. That's right director, William freakin. What throw the talk to this guy? He was great. He was absolutely wonderful. I didn't know what to expect. I thought he might be lawf- the wall get some of the films. He's made forget his age eighty two. I didn't know what we were going to get. But he was such a nice guy was just a thrill to sit at the feet of a master filmmaker.

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Robert Redford Reveals He Never Should Have Said He Is Retiring: 'That Was a Mistake'

Donna and Steve

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Robert Redford Reveals He Never Should Have Said He Is Retiring: 'That Was a Mistake'

"Minneapolis. Information, please. This is a mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. On mytalk might guy. Robert, Redford may not be retiring from acting after all Redford spoke to variety at the premiere of his upcoming

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 Neil Simon Remembered As Broadway's Lights Go Dim In Tribute

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Neil Simon Remembered As Broadway's Lights Go Dim In Tribute

"Neil Simon They are dimming the lights on Broadway for Neil Simon who. Died ninety one over the weekend I'm going to. Be up there in Times Square we're going to, be gathering by the Neil Simon a theater. Forty where we forty eighth street I think for the Neil Simon theatre and got to honor the man who wrote the. Odd couple sunshine boys plaza suite the movie the goodbye girl come blow, your horn barefoot in the park and just think of all the great actors who appeared in those Neil Simon plays. Me Robert Redford, and Jane Fonda George c. Scott Maureen Stapleton Allen. Aldo is in play west fifty second street is where the Neil Simon theatre is where we're going. To be tonight with Neil Simon now I interviewed, for my podcast, in the, wings the wonderful actress Linda Lavin you know from Alice. And she, was in Broadway bound in fact she won, a Tony award for Broadway bound and we're going to put that podcast, up? On our website sometime today right. That will be going up today so if you want to it. Was, a great interview was. Terrific Yeah it was an. Amazing interview so you're. Going to go to just go to our page. At seven ten wer dot com Landon Michael and, we'll have a link to it

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Robert Redford, Twitter and Jason Nathanson discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:13 sec | 3 years ago

Robert Redford, Twitter and Jason Nathanson discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News

"The happiest times of actress ruby roses career The number one movie the Meg she just landed the lead, in the upcoming bat woman TV, show the first openly gay. Lead in a. Live action superhero show but then. Came the Twitter backlash she's not.

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Margot Robbie looks eerily like Sharon Tate in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' photo

Donna and Steve

02:35 min | 3 years ago

Margot Robbie looks eerily like Sharon Tate in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' photo

"Has released the first image. From Quinton Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood Robbie is playing Sharon Tate. In this star studded drama set. Against the backdrop of the Manson family murders she posted a photo of herself Uninstall Graham addressed in a black, long-sleeved turtleneck a white skirt and white, leather boots everyone's very excited to this movie. It should be good quitting Tarantino's. Latest once upon a time in Hollywood Robert. Redford is trending he has announced. His retirement from acting saying in an exclusive interview with Entertainment Weekly that. The actor is going to be done after the. Movie the old man and the, gun. Says that'll be his last film just that's enough he's been doing it since age twenty, one believe he is eighty two now. So that's a lot of acting that's a lot of. Acting for one guy and Demi Lovato is. Trending of course she broke her silence last. Night. Falling the suspected overdose released a statement denouncing she is taking some time to. Heal and focus on. Her sobriety and road to recovery but thanked her fans for the support she has. Every ounce of our support. Here at mytalk that is what's trending here at my talking I'll take a. Quick look at your channel five Five eyewitness news weather forecast for the day it's. Going to be cloudy most of, the. Day but it may clear up later on the afternoon with a high of eighty two, and a low of sixty two tomorrow. Looks like it's going to be partly cloudy with a. High of eighty three low of sixty four. Currently it's seventy six degrees and cloudy at mytalk Now you know what we know seen. More, at mytalk one zero seven one dot com Me I say Injured Good. Morning welcome back Jonah and Steve on mytalk one, zero seven, one. Everything entertainment, tech talk here We already talked. About people getting plastic surgery to, look like, Snapchat. Filters that's. This hardening Kind of cool Donna comes tomorrow. With dog years.

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Robert Redford Retires From Acting: ‘I’ve Been Doing It Since I Was 21'

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02:58 min | 3 years ago

Robert Redford Retires From Acting: ‘I’ve Been Doing It Since I Was 21'

"Sitcom the facts of life You take the. Test a loving and wise house mother MRs Garrod she guided the girls at the facts of life, through their Atta lessons And he hit me with that I'm going to let you out And, actress Charlotte Rae's beloved character guided. So many fans along the way First appearing his housekeeper EDNA Garrett on, the sitcom different strokes in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight The popularity of, her character leading to bring you. MRs Garrett to the Eastland high school where she mentor Blair Joe Natalie and tutti are in trouble And when the show was honored. At the two thousand eleven TV. Land awards the girls took time to honor their matriarch an amazing fearless leader the very amazing star of our show Charlotte Rae was just extraordinary Charlotte Rae passed away, Sunday at ninety two overnight Todd bridges who played Willis Jackson on different strokes tweeting about her passing saying you were, loved by everyone on our show And Kim fields who played tutti, tweeting my, heart is, heavy yet sorry no words at the moment. Just love and tears and yeah smile he Amy Rohbock without remembrance of Charlotte Rae Robert Redford is retiring the eighty one year old screen legend telling Entertainment Weekly today that his. Upcoming the old man and the gun will be his final acting job Redford, and start in Konic films Butch Cassidy and, the Sundance kids the. Sting the natural the way we were. All the president's men he says. He'll stick to the plan that he laid out in an interview two years ago when he said he would do two more movies and then be done with acting KOMO news time six fifty anti for the propel insurance money update China's higher. Group says rising. Steel, prices amid hefty US. Import tariffs is driving up costs for its business in the US and warned, the consumer stand to lose the most from, a mounting trade spat between the world's two top. Economies, Louisville based GE appliances which higher bought into thousand sixteen from GE has already raised his prices twice this. Year, to cope with rising costs. Most of conspiracy theorist. Alex Jones, is. Podcasts from his right wing media platform, info. Wars have been removed from Apple's itunes and podcast apps the move by Appalachia sweeping of a recent crackdown on Jones's programs by Facebook and other online sites that have suspended or removed some of his. Conspiracy driven content that's your money, now Jennifer, Kushinka KOMO, news this a worries about a trade war. Are sending US stocks a little Oprah a lower at the opening bell this morning the Dow Jones average down about fifty six points however the s. and the NASDAQ are up Just fractionally coming up on the KOMO morning news rating. Local hardware stores I'm herb Weisbaum a new survey shows where to find the lowest, prices and where to get the best advice traffic and weather next.

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