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"romeo juliet" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
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"romeo juliet" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"I mean baz luhrmann and whoever else was involved even though they weren't necessarily teenagers themselves dicaprio's twenty one and claire. Danes i think was seventeen so it resonated well with dido people my generation and people would have been older than i was because i think it was a little too young but it certainly was a big tidal wave on culture. Maybe not the same way. Like titanic was obviously the matrix but it definitely definitely sent like re verbs in terms of like what dicaprio was like middle america. Fantastic soundtrack the soundtrack soundtrack here. Yeah i mean the sound. Like garbage and radiohead like the bands radiohead specifically because that was that was pablo. Honey i can't remember by And then you know. Obviously i think the the biggest one is love full from the kardashians was less nash hit. That was a big part of it. Right it's this whole like is this whole time when like that music was popular. Which is it almost feels. Like washing this transport you into a different dimension. Just between the way the movies made but also just the sensibilities of the mid nineties were so different and that the most popular music where these like angsty all rock songs that It just couldn't imagine that happening today. And i'm not saying that's like good or bad like i don't know but it's it's it's time i let me let me so kendrick you didn't look like the acting for me. Being over the top is kinda. What i like and i i was i was kind of going. I was reading back and forth. Because i wanted to get more opinions on people. Think in terms of defending it and like not liking it we. We had a poster already. Jim john said he's a huge. I'm i'm going to take from it as a teacher performed and taught i would imagine person. The teacher says that he loved it. More than you remember. Schafer's hard to make relevant lots of casual murder obsession with honor. Our justify choices doesn't.
"romeo juliet" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"I'm i found myself just skipping every ten minute block block emmett blog and i'm like there's no point in me feasibly finishing this movie because it is so bad it is. I would have if if this morning do you asked would have rated it. I would have said like some sewing. Probably low seventies or something like that like it's okay. I'm giving it a tent. It is so abrasive so bad so frustrating and it. It's i think a lot of it comes down to that like stylistic point if you can appreciate the fact that he really really did go for it like yeah. I totally get on like liking that in enjoying this movie which i'm not saying it's a reason that people should like like as long as someone acknowledges i'll back off 'cause like it was definitely what for it. Yes not many directors would and he did and and i think what makes it harder to appreciate is the fact that we've seen. I think over the last few years a lot of older stories that were remade into a modern movie. And they found a way to digest the script so much or make the script so much easier to digest for us as audience members and this is like. Yeah you know what fuck you. You're going to read the exact same almost line for line. Except now you're gonna do it in this supersaturated fucking screen while low. Full by the cartoons. Great song is playing in the background and that to me is so frustrating. And it's nothing really to do with the acting or anything like that. Like i actually really enjoy the catholic top to bottom. I throw fantastic. But it's just the the whole vibe of this film. I cannot think of a better word other than abrasive. Because i've just sitting there trying to watch it. And i feel like i'm grinding fucking teeth trying to eat. Doctors read each line editor and captions on hadrian captions on just to try and read fucking six shakespearean lines and again. It's almost word for word. And then like they little nods at you look. The gun is called a sword. You like that no. I didn't like that. I didn't like the long sword being a longer gun. Edina enjoy that either. None of all. It was just so so so cutting against the grain for me. And i just i do not appreciate this movie at all..
"romeo juliet" Discussed on Small Doses
"To Romeo Juliet, a blooming piece. This morning with brings the sun for sour will not show his head. Go. Hanson talk of these things. Some jelly pardon some punish. Panetta was a tale of mobile home then this of Juliet and her Romeo. You feel that you wake up every morning and you have to reestablish that, which is exactly how it feels. Some close to you dies was among closed dude is. You wake up every morning. And got to relive. The death. And you hope that coping mechanisms and therapy and time the third fraction of reliving. BECOMES EVENTUALLY DIMINISHED TO A. Because it never goes away. But then it gets diminish to up. And I think there's something different that happens when you have a character death. When someone that you loved? So dearly, you realize. has demonstrated to you in so many ways. That, they are unable to exist in your soul. Anymore, that you have to kill them off as a living person in order to kill them off as a living. Love. Their living there walking around, but you can't. Their character death is a symbol of their actual death for you. That's a different thing you know and I know that even in the midst of a pandemic, a lot of Shit I? Think this pandemic did that for a lot of us because we were able to see people in ways that we didn't before. So you deal with that. You deal with every morning every morning. Every morning I have tied a different. Death. Captured on tape.
"romeo juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain
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"romeo juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"When I spoke to the leader Alfonso, Makuxi recently, it was close to the anniversary of the nine hundred ninety four genocide. He told me he was incredibly proud of all Rwandans had accomplished in the intervening quarter-century. We'll take away along with many other interventions had made a difference. Of installed accomplished, what few scholars ever do! He got to see his ideas. Put into action. More important. He got to see his ideas. Make a difference. If there's a continuum of destruction. Over the show. Also a continuum of benevolence. People can learn tolerance by watching what others do. Even fictional characters living on make believe hilltops. Irvine told me he admires betsy politics study, but he disagrees with some of her conclusions. Betsy found that people's behavior change not because beliefs evolved, but because that perceptions of social norms did. But urban things it isn't possible to easily separate personal beliefs from once perception of social norms. Let me just say get is no argument about the findings results. The only difference between her and me is the interpretation of the results. The results cleared. They are there and they are meaningful and significant. One point. Urban makes is at Betsy study was conducted during the first year of the show. By the end of that year there were many unresolved issues in the narrative. Urban things that if the study had been conducted later for example after the villain, reagan-era experiences a change of heart. The study might have picked up in people's attitudes, not just their behaviour. Now you might argue that the academics are splitting hairs I asked have in about that I'm going to play you an extended excerpt from our exchange because it leads up to something really important. As I said I think the theoretical differences about why the behavior change a less important and the fact that behavioral actually changed in the direction that was intended, and as you point out, this evaluation was done after one year of a program that lasted now fourteen years, and those points I very well May, but do you think actually it's important whether the difference comes from norms or beliefs or values, or is it actually just more important than people's behavior changed, and who cares what the actual mechanism was? Well, I think that for this in our kids after one year. What's really important? Is that behavior changed and some thinking has changed, but there is one reason why it is also important. What leads to change? And that is. When a society moves towards violence. What we hope is that people understand and can foresee what's going to happen. That was one reason we talk to them about the origin, so violence now seems evolve slowly, and at each point a person can say well. It's just one little thing I'm not doing anything, and then then the next point the same thing, but if you can foresee where this is going to lead, you are more likely to get involved early right now. If you're views depend on social norms as a society begins to move sorts violence. The social norm is that you moved together with everybody else violence. But if you personally believe. That you should take action. then. You are more likely to go contrary. To the direction of your. Urban wants to believe that the values of ordinary Rwandans changed because he wants to believe the transformation in Rwanda is here to stay. That of hatred, Yo what to start broadcasting again. Ordinary Rwandans would stand up to it. Because they now have different values. But of Betsy is right. This means that Rwandans began acting in a more tolerant fashion in large part, because tolerance became the new social norm. This raises troubling question. Your social norms can change in a matter of months from hate tolerance. County go back just as easily and the other direction. Betsy study provides an important lesson and not just for people in Rwanda. The currents that govern human behavior are fickle. If you want to make change and then preserve it. You need to be a tunnel vigilant..
"romeo juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"Once the social norm about gay marriage changed it emboldened supporters, and it prompted many dissenters to shrug their shoulders and accept a new normal. The same principle works all sorts of places. Take bullying for example. Betsy has found that norms player powerful role in encouraging bullying and discourage it I've been studying bullying in conflict as it plays out in Americans public schools, and what kept hitting me was that at some point certain types of conflict and prejudice become normal to the people who are living there. The central inside of this research is that people go along with the flow. Rather than their own beliefs. Betsy found the same Rwanda people who listened to Masseka. Weah began supporting into marriage even if they didn't personally think that into marriage was a good thing. It all comes back to this idea that what it means to be human is to belongs socially to a group, and so we're all trying to figure out the rules of those groups Betsy realized that one unintended way. The soap opera had a big effect was that people had listened together? The thought they were just listening to the show, but they were also taking in the reactions of friends and neighbors, when other people expressed dismay, as Rutta venire got in the way of the star-crossed lovers. That sent a message. My fellow Rwandans don't like people like would again era. After the year of testing was over betsy. Is Team gave each group a portable stereo and fourteen cassette tapes of the radio program? was extensively a reward for volunteering. With? What's actually part of the experiment to? Alter presenting the Stereo. Research, assistant suggested that the group could decide how best to share it. In the communities that had been listening to this reconciliation radio program. It was a little bit counterintuitive at first, but they fought more over their common resources that we gave them and the reason why that was exciting to us. Is that one of the messages of this radio program was? You should descend against authority. You should make your voice heard in the communities that had not been listening in a dedicated to these reconciliation soap operas, basically one person proposed we give it to the local authority. They will decide for us. Everyone said good and moved on. Among the Muslim group, the discussion was much more lively. Usually, someone would would make the same proposal. This is what is customary to do in Rwandan communities, but then someone would raise their hand and say. I don't know. The local authority hasn't been coming. The listen to all these shows with us. Should we sign it over to him? And maybe someone else would raise their hand and say I should give it to a woman. They are way more responsible than men, and there would be a healthy debate about that and. And then people would decide on on what to do. So I went back and I said look. We caused healthy debate. This is something.
"romeo juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"Support for this podcast, and the following message come from K., Buxbaum in support of the David Gilkey and Zaba Ulitsa Mono- Memorial Fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments. I'm Sean, Covey. Anthem and this is. Okay fine! Hidden Brain. We're talking about the Rwandan radio soap opera that captivated the country with stories of love and reconciliation genocide. That was the good news the bad news despite the hopes of the creators, the show didn't change people's beliefs. But there was one metric much more important than people's own beliefs. Actual behavior. As the writers of the radio drama went out into the world to speak with listeners of the show. The came across people who lived on two hills near Kigali very similar to the hills portrayed in the show. Here's director Andrew Mussa Kara. On one here, the majority of the population way to. The other. Way Too, if the soap opera was a reflection of real life, this was a reflection of the soap opera. The Hutu and tootsie inhabitants on the two hills. That Andrei visited would just let the Mojo Moro and Mansi. During the genocide, one group had tried to kill the other. Two, he'll need you to say. They went to key people, side and the. Of that. Ended up taking the side, you're in a traditional justice process. Though who was try, he's talking about the Kacha a Sudanese of community courts held in the years following the genocide. It put about one million people on trial. This debate about the specific numbers, but the vast majority of those tried were found guilty with crimes ranging from vandalism to murder. Claim it was not available between these two teams, but there was one at least enough of. Area on one he'll, and he went to find his what did from yet he. Started to not the they shared be under. They said we should not continue this way. and. Decided to the United here, and this succeeding life was imitating art. We'll take your way I had characters playing the role of active bystanders peacemakers. Now that was happening in the real hills outside Kigali. Even though Maseko our listeners Betsy Paddock's research team. That bystanders couldn't make a difference. Bystanders stepping up to prevent violence united. Inspired by what they heard from off. So proud. Yeah. Happy? You know that we have a significant Michigan role in mid position Innuendo. and. It was more than just anecdotal. Betsy. Data found that even though listeners beliefs didn't change their behavior did. Take the question of intermarriage for instance. was take away. Our listeners told Betsy team. They didn't think intermarriage would lead to peace. But that's not all. He said they said however. I do think that now we should allow children to intermarry I think that this is the thing that Rwandans are doing We all think it's a good thing moving forward. This is a good example of a distinction between what you personally believe, but what you perceive to be a growing trend. What's fascinating here is that you are finding that the message is in fact, not changing their own personal opinions, but it's still changing their behavior. That's right. I think if you've reflect on your own behavior. It's hard to find time when as you were deciding on what to do. You didn't consider someone else, or you didn't consider the reaction. That your behavior might draw from someone else. When it comes to changing how people behave, it turns out. There is a much more powerful driver than people's own beliefs. People. Don't always do what they believe. But they usually do what they think. Everyone else believes. We're such social people. If if we think that our behavior is going to be really going in the other lane and other direction from what people who matter to us from what they are doing that really restrained behavior, so we might think one thing. But eventually do another not because we're lemmings book because all trying to kind of move in the same direction with the flock. And if we violate those norms, if we behave in ways that disappoint members of our community, we fear that, and so even if we may believe something different, our behavior will conform to the social norm. In essence. Betsy is research demonstrated that even after just one year, the show was working. Even if it didn't change people's beliefs, it was changing social norms. What people thought was expected of them. The same thing happens in other contexts. Take for instance same sex marriage in the United States. Hundreds of people were in of the US. Supreme Court this morning, waiting in two, thousand, fifteen, the Supreme Court ruled that the US Constitution guarantees the right to marry as a fundamental liberty for both straight and gay couples and historic victory for gay rights today, the Supreme Betsy followed ordinary Americans at the time to see if the court decision changed their own views again. People's personal beliefs didn't change. But their behavior did. What moved everyone in the same direction was this perception of whether other Americans support same sex marriage, and whether it would become more accepted in the future. The Supreme Court ruling in effect, told people. The United States now believes same sex marriage is okay. You could still think otherwise, but if you acted in ways that show, you didn't agree with a consensus. You risked being left behind..
"romeo juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain
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"romeo juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"I'm shocker, Vidana, anthem and this is. Just kidding! This is hidden brain. The radio opera aware which means new dawn was making its debut. The show follows to fictional villages, memorial and Banzi with a back story that inevitably leads to conflict here's producer George Weiss who led the NGO Radio Lebanon. Valencia that launched the program. Relocated these two. Places onto his opposite one. Another and in the middle is a field which is further dial, and through some historic injustice was given. To the second village Boom Manzi. And then a little catastrophe happens a bridge collapses. Somebody gets killed and people start feeling very insecure. This is in parallel to urban stops. Not, cores difficult live conditions. Ervin staub new from his own experience during the Holocaust that difficult life conditions provide fertile soil for hatred to grow. The hope was in the fictitious conflict between the Mojo Moro and boom Ansi Hutus into season. The audience would recognize their own story. And, they might learn three concrete ways to move past divisions. As the Rwandan writers and producers created the drama. One member of the team was under. Saga? Yes! That's the same Andre who survived the genocide. Who didn't know why the men with machetes didn't kill him. Who didn't want to be reminded of that traumatic moment? Today Andrea is the director of Maseko where. The show some extent. It opened my mind. Yeah, now I'm different from. The was winning the USA. Before Andre and the other Rwandan writers try to weave psychological messages into their narrative. Violence evolves slowly. Bystanders matter. into. Marriage can reduce conflict. Excuse. Me would you. Since two thousand floor would have been more than seven hundred episodes each one about twenty minutes long. At a story workshop at the beginning of each season, the writers decide how the plot is going to evolve all while weaving in the messages approved by the academic team they're working with. Society has worked hard over the past twenty five years to try and raise the divisions between Hutu and Tutsi to ensure that tribal rivalries never again put lives in danger. Here I'm speaking with show writer. Charles Condo can I ask you I. Don't know if this is appropriate to ask. You are not so forgive me if it's not appropriate, but were you from the Hutu community or the community? I'm wondering. Our WENDEN. Vindicates Rwanda. It's frowned upon to discuss the Hutu Tutsi passed in some cases, you can even be jailed under a law prohibiting something called Division Ism. The official position of the Rwandan government is that there is no ethnicity there everyone is Rwandan. Soap opera. As hostilities flared between the communities on two opposing hills, the writers needed characters for listeners to identify with. Those two hilltops both alike in dignity. Created, a pair of star-crossed lovers! Chamo-. and Butter Morisha. Bordering. People. Interested in love. So by taking them. Loves to read the easy connected. On through this story. That above the differences they can find you know something to unite the yeah. Andrea Explains Masseka. We is a Romeo and Juliet type story. A young lovers have to battle the animosity. Their families feel toward each other. Just like Shakespeare's Montagues and capulets the romance, all kinds of conflict between the two hills. You. The show was a runaway success in Rwanda. Nearly everyone listens to the radio and researchers have estimated that most of the population was listening to mosaic away. Anyone associated with the show became a big star. And it seemed like the message is getting through. At least add ugly. One of the shows villains is a man ruge era. He's wary of the other side. He thinks they're stealing crops keeping his village down. Copy for. The name Ruta Deniro became used in casual conversation when someone was acting like a jerk. Here's producer George Weiss. What we heard people describe conflict situations by using the names of our characters. You know you don't be a route again era. It seemed like the Rwandans were getting the message. But were they really. How the show creators know for sure. Enter social scientists. Betsy pilot, who a professor of psychology at Princeton University I was sitting in new haven at Yale University and I found a report about this radio South Barbara are the time. Betsy was a graduate student trying to figure out a topic for her PhD. Field research. She reached out to the show creators. The agreed to work with her to measure whether the show was changing people's beliefs and making them more tolerant to what each other. Betsy wanted to do something very ambitious conduct a controlled study in a country that had just been through an incredibly brutal civil war. Remember the creators of the show wanted to convince about three things. Violence of all slowly bystanders matter into marriage reduces conflict. But with the message is getting through. Rwandans adopting these new beliefs. Betsy wanted to measure the changes and she wanted to know whether ordinary people. Were treating their fellow citizens differently. We, ran it like a medical trial in which we assigned certain communities to listen to this reconciliation, soap opera, and other communities to listen to a different soap opera that was about a different topic, specifically IDs AIDS and women's health so once a month for an entire year, the Maseko, group gathered around a portable Stereo and listened. Listen Baltimore is father died and Shaimaa came to pay his respects. Sometimes. They listened as bottom. 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"romeo juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"Up People in the African state of Rwanda bodies is over the streets of Rwanda today. The Red Cross twits the death toll in the tens of almost a half million. And moderate Hutus had been massacred, handing drunk youngsters, carrying machetes soldiers at genocide, and what is being done to stop the killing. The I don't want to Nimmo but. By the time the Rwandan Patriotic Front defeated the Hutu government. A few months later, the country was in ruins as many as a million people had been murdered. The majority of the Tuzi population was dead. Many of that killers. Were roaming free. And now the nation had to rebuild. How can a country come back from such devastation? Would ever be possible to rebuild trust. For, urban stab, it all seem eerily familiar. A, genocide had unfolded and yet again. The world had sat on its hands and nothing. I remember seeing pictures of bodies of People Killed Floating Down Rivers. And I do remember being very upset. that. Nobody was doing anything. The Community of nations wasn't doing anything. That the United States was stepping aside. Many countries weren't just stepping aside. They weren't actively turning a blind eye. Little Wando. The genocide began many countries sent in military missions to take. That is nationals out. The evacuation of American citizens is proceeding smoothly. French troops entered the capital. To evacuate French nationals. Belgian troops reported beyond a three hundred US marines are standing by and Burundi to help with evacuations if needed. Flew them out. And, in a sense communicated to the perpetrators that we are not involved, you are free to do whatever you do. If. We completely exterminate to cockroaches. Nobody in the world will judges. Irvine had been speaking at conferences around the world about the causes of genocide trauma faced by survivors and how to work to reconciliation. For the news from Rwanda told him it was time to try to put into action. The theories hit span decades developing. Simply giving speeches was not enough. Auburn fouled. He had to act. He and his partner. Trauma Specialists Laurie Perlman got on a plane and went to the Wanda. There was a real risk that violence could flare up again. We definitely clearly, we went with the intention of creating a program that ties to how the ties to promote healing possible with reconciliation. So that people live their lives and ties to prevent future violence. Preventing future violence, it was something that alphons Makusi was. As well. He was director of Rwanda's conflict management department like every other Rwandan alfons had. Being affected by genocide. Now even as he came to terms with his own suffering, he was given the task of trying to heal the wounds of his people. I spoke to Alphonse recently on a scratchy phone line to Kigali. Daily? I have it'll be guessing. Connect my people. And the other. I. I'm. Asking people. You're affected, but you also have to simultaneously helped people who are affected other people who are affected. Seeing Day hit, mum. As he battled us, Dilemma Alfonse dug deep into his past back to happier days before the genocide. He went back to his time in college in high school. And he remembered one thing that he had loved as a student the theater. Devoting my a school I used pay GRUB. I was in it. I. Oh. My team. It was clear that radio could convince people to be violent running officials urban and a production team led by a Dutch NGO. Radio Lab Valencia wanted to prove that radio could also bring people together. The idea that came up with. A radio soap-opera. For. Poker. Cougar US Yeah Rwandan officials had successfully used in educational drama to teach people how to practice safe sex. Alfonse Irvine and the production team thought that a radio drama college ordinary citizens how to spot, and then reverse the only stages of the continuum of destruction. Irvine had about a dozen messages he wanted to sprinkled throughout the shell. All were derived from nearly fifty years of research and reflected his own experiences during the Holocaust. We're going to look at three of those messages. First violence evolves slowly. Genocidal leaders don't always start out planning to commit genocide. At the beginning, they are not so committed. The vision that we are going to kill. These people is not there that evolves part of this evolution point number two. Bystanders matter in conditions that lead to violence. Bystanders have too early. because. The later it is the war leaders, and the society gets committed to turning Vincent Harmon dispute number three when people form close personal relationships with those from other groups, this provides a barrier to the spread of prejudice when two people from unfriendly groups marry one another this can reduce hostility between the groups or wanted to convey this very simple message. The hope that intermarriage would be a positive thing. The production team assembled a group of writers to develop the right narrative the brainstorming session span hours days weeks. Ours and ours and ours, looking over the heroes of Kigali developing. Disorienting. Review Program. In two thousand and four one decade after genocide had devastated the country, the program made his debut. It was called. When we come back. We'll hear by the Rwandan love story that captivated a divided country. The question was. Would it work? This message comes from NPR sponsor Virgo summer is here and vacation is just a drive away. Search thousands of nearby vacation rentals on Verb Oh to find your family private home all to yourselves where you can spread out chill out and feel that vacation feeling again together book the home that makes the vacation download the verbal APP. That's VR BE OH..
"romeo juliet" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"Can stop it is. Actually, bystanders. People who are witnesses who see what is happening and who feel responsibility and who begin to take action against it? And unfortunately much of the time on a scale. This doesn't happen. But that are wonderful instances who need to does and there are many examples of even single individuals doing sinks that changes the course of our society. Fifty years after March saved over his life, he began hearing about an unfolding disaster in the east African country of Rwanda. A radio station was broadcasting urgent messages to the population of seven million. Very few recordings of these broadcasts exists today. Here's one. Number Run belongs to those who truly defended. The cockroaches, not Rwandans. The cockroaches will not escape. Liz Rejoice my friends. The cockroaches were exterminated good. He's never unfair. Justice and Nazis portray Jews as subhuman. The Rwandan government dominated by the Hutu. dehumanize the Tuzi minority. Their weapon of choice. Radio. Or some call it hatred via. The broadcast had a real effect. One Harvard study calculated that hate. Radio convinced an additional fifty thousand people to muddle their neighbors. Human Rights Experts Samantha Power described the scene this way. Killers often carried a machete in one hand. And a transistor radio and the other. I was. Moved by night, you know free throw Bush's under. This is Andre Melissa data. During the genocide Andrea lived in Kigali Rwanda's capital city. He talked to us on skype from Rwanda. He told me armed man came to his house and dragged everyone outside. You Say That member the to us. Other side wouldn't go hands up. I don't know why did Kim we had. Those and cotton. They put on. Andrei fully expected. To be killed, I been elected prevented him from getting us was the with having you know traditional waypoint Louisville value would. Happily, I wasn't appealed. I asked Andrea, how many people came to his house machetes? He had a hard time answering I. Looked at demonstrate, the is thing. We saw a terrible today. They didn't want anyone to identify him, so he? We stink lily down deal that. Was a hard woman..
"romeo juliet" Discussed on Still Buffering
"If you were me man you would have been that person in my class. I know it's coming into her lines again. This is just oh I read them. I know we're we're in high school in Huntington West Virginia Sydney seven. Calm down like I know you that you're reading it with a purpose too far. I performed gosh the word I did though. Of course of course I was trying to make it come. Allied who else? I bet perform them who justin maccarone have to. Because the James Ed wasn't he was not exactly like a go getter in his school days. But like when it comes to dramatic readings. He didn't he. He knew he knew that the truth. That like maybe that we're learning now that you're standardized test. Scores and grades are not like the most important thing in the world. He knew that pretty early on so I don't know I'll have to ask him if he performed. She seems like a very maccarone thing it does at. Amini was at the major. So maybe him and Travis both Although if Justin did I guarantee people would have thought like all the so funny. That's a lucky. I would've liked it. They would have been like. Did you see Justine did whereas I guarantee after I read in class people were like? Oh My Gosh. Are you kidding me? Please don't call on Sydney. I think maybe I shall volunteer. My services reiter practices. I think maybe of course. Yeah of course. I practiced at home Worse than having to read is a class though is when I had to read Romeo Juliet in a class but the teacher read all the parts just to US reading all the parts for all. That sounds fine. That's just saying they're looking each other like at this point at this point. I think we'd just rather read it as like it different people. Maybe I don't know maybe. Did she do different voices? No so watching you know. Clearly in some Leonardo DiCaprio was a nice refreshing change. I in that class. I do think it's cool. Like the whole kind of the dressing of the movie being like rival sort of rival street gangs kind of being the main characters like I liked that it actually fits the cool thing. Shakespeare's it like once. You actually understand what's being said. It all sounds like oh it's fancy like fancy people talk right it's like they. Do you actually understand what he said? It's like Oh no. This is all like dirty and body and it's like has ponds and it's kind of silly like having a bunch of you know like the street gangs say these lines actually fits more with what is actually being said which was cool like actually fit with the content that it blew my mind. Yeah yeah the first time I hadn't assignment in an English class. That was like okay. Everyone has a page or a scene from a Shakespearean play. You're all going to translate it into modern language and right where you think. The modern interpretation of the scene would be the first time you realize like. Oh my gosh. Their jokes like wow. I didn't get this for too many of these. Now Yeah you definitely. I think I think that that was probably a gift to a lot of English teachers when that movie came out because it was like. Oh just watch this. And there's no there's no nudity right now because in the old one in in the one that I watched in school before I remember very distinctly the moment where there were boobs because our teacher ran up to the front of the classroom with Manila folder and held it until the boobs. Were I remember that moment very clearly because I remember her running to the front and holding it over the giant deep television rate for VCR that we were watching? Hold it over the boobs until the boobs were gone. I don't know I don't think there's any nudity in this one right now believe so. Now I feel like you're a member when there's nudity and movies a lot warmer when you're younger and you're not supposed to see the movie. I don't know that I would have remembered the boobs if it weren't for the Manila folder. That was attempting to cover the BOOBS. But now I don't think so I don't. I don't notice the new especially with with boobs. My boobs are out all the time anymore. I don't even think about fair. That's just breastfeeding but no it's it's just. Sydney just walked around sometimes is just fine. They're just boobs. Come on just slowly down. It's no big deal. Everybody calm down. I think those are all the anyway i. I now wants to go look up some fashions from Romeo and Juliet and buy them and wear them now around my home home. Well they came out they forever. Twenty one had a line of clothing inspired by this movie. I think last year and I remember seeing it. I gotta get excited like. Oh there's going to be like those cool pattern shirts and like you know. Like mixture of religious iconography highlighted collar pilot. I love that stuff but then it was all just kind of like baby. Tease with the logo printed on it and like skirt with the logo printed on. It was just like they just use the pictures from the movie. Yeah I remember that I remember that when that came out because I was similarly disappointed I was like. I don't WanNa picture of Claire Danes and Leo DiCaprio on my shirt. I want to look like either Claire Danes earlier to every from the movie. I'm not I'm not trying to show off my love for the film. I'm trying to cause play here. People want to cool so we release still buffering line just cast play for this movie. I am seek out some of these. These clothes really want that. Trust now you can find like actually it's funny. I was looking and there are some websites where like you can match like. Here's the dress that she wears here and this is a fairly similar like it's not hard. There's a lot of that. A lot of people wanNA address like this movie. I would have nowhere to wear it. I just want it. Yeah where'd around your house? Yeah I need some of those shirts for this summer. I feel like some of those like Hawaiian shirts and I feel like that would make you all should get she get this forum to tiny ones. Charleen coup for the whole family. See I wanna go for the the the religious vest that that tip pulls up. I WANNA try. I could go for it. You could pull. It could do it. We didn't even man this movie. So if you haven't seen it please see we didn't even touch on like Mercutio is so cool and dangerous and this movie he just has this edge to them that you like. I don't know what you're capable of but I bet you'd be fun to party with And the Father Lawrence. Oh yeah the re. The writing of that character is. He's a priest but he's also I don't like a botanist like a weird yes baton and he's also all tattooed and like the first time you see them you're like is this a hot priest am I attracted. He's just can't handle those not not the priest to they can't all be hot even made. Jamie Kennedy Kinda like cool in this movie. He's one of the MONTAGUES. He's got the pink hair. Yeah Yeah I'm like Oh this. Is this a wider Lens? We're looking at through here. Where I'm like Jamie Kennedy good style. Yeah it's a great movie. You should see it. You should listen to the soundtrack. If you can find it I guess on Youtube and then we can all dress like that for this summer when we're released from our homes hopefully and everybody to forget about like the societal expectations just wear whatever they've they want to wear and I think that'll be great. Just you know you all the time you will love it on the outside world wearing what you thought would make people happy and now now you've now you've learned not to take it for granted Well thank you both for indulging me in discussing this movie. That was so I love this movie to my youth. Taylor what is our next. It's something that is important to my youth Not Nearly as I guess. I guess everybody's nearly as attractive cool in this hour to talk about invader Zim all right one of my favorite cartoons It was the the brainchild of Yunnan Vasquez Vasquez Who was also the creator of jobs out of maniac and squeeze like a bunch of comics that I liked growing up as well but but invaders them had a bit bigger of a cultural impact. Feel and definitely influenced a generation of young weird kids. I think that'd be great. 'cause I WANNA show it to Charlie. I think she might maybe. Cooper I will. Cooper would cooper would relate. Well there's there's the new movie that came out on net flicks which holds up. I mean it really captures what was great about it but also like as an adult. I really enjoyed it but then I I recently went back and did that daring thing every watching older episodes like oh no what if it isn't as good and it's just as good and it's definitely justice like. I don't know this is appropriate for small children as I remember it being which is also good like it's creepy another one of those another one of those cartoons that you all showed me when I was maybe too young to be welcome. I'm sitting here debating like well. We'll we'll let Charlie dip into just a little bit and see what she thinks. Definitely watched it. When I was five years old I think it's I think Charlie would like Charlie's a weird kid and it's got a weird sense of humor to it but I definitely it was odd daytime nickelodeon. It wasn't like one of those meant for adult cartoons. It was. Yeah right is something that you could watch five years old. I just don't know if you will. We will let's check it out and we can. We can debate next week. All right. We'll thank you both Everybody thank you for listening and keep hanging in there. Keep staying home and staying safe and washing your hands and Zooming and skyping and talking on just a regular old telephone. Y'All all your friends and relatives and enemies to if you want to. I guess I mean that's fine. Maybe this is a great time to make up and find common ground reconnect anyway rates. Go that far. Yeah sorry these are weird times..
"romeo juliet" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Arts should be friends but then search subtexts of that is just like when I said like religion is is could be friends because science each religion explains it. I take it was kinda the same with yards. I don't worry Yeltsin the science again along just fine because science wins but it's kind of you know but I don't feel like that. Diminish dislike knowing that we involve to like eating sweets loser her nutritious foods because the calories were adapted for us to have in therefore our pleasure centers were calibrated towards orienting US toward a certain kinds of food and not others knowing that doesn't make food taste good and knowing where the arts are where human emotions come from or sociability are all the things that we love to celebrate life knowing where that comes from doesn't make it less enjoyable leader totally fascinating to school but I'm in the humanities tribe and I'm kind of like I say Romeo Juliet the crossing over of like trying to find a way to bridge the bill wherefore art thou science yes yeah <hes> I'm always fascinated with especially now machine learning and artificial intelligence wants and kind of this re cursive investigation of our own appreciation of creativity and the arts especially now there are all sorts of algorithms and a is that are producing music that are creating thing artistic works of various kinds. We have computer programs that can right for us hi. I don't even have to be a freelance writer anymore. I can have a computer do it for me. In my sleep I mean there. There are so many if we can create these things that can do the things that we appreciate in a way kind of like the touring test that we don't recognize as synthetic than what cannot tell us about our own evolution of appreciating those things I think it just gives us more and more understanding. I'm right there with you. I'll tell you one thing it does is it also <hes> separates the arts into the machine learnable categories than the non machine readable categories which is like too bad for the classical music composers in the abstract painters but so far the stand up comics and actors and you know. There's some forms like I've never seen. I've never heard good rap music and rap music period out pretty why an N._l.. Program when classical music is deadly like experts can't tell the difference between machine learning <hes> emulation. I'm so that just tells you is that rap is a far more complex flexes intelligence art form so much harder to emulate on that cool on it yeah and also the idea like you mentioned humor. It's one that hasn't been hasn't been approached. Well well by machine learning yet either yeah do you put do you do you try to approach things savior. You're composing something related to climate change very serious topic these days. Do you approach it with humor. Do you add these things in that. During your process you have to because the bottom line is I do a show off Broadway here in New York I've done it like eighty times in the last few years and it's called the rap guide to climb chaos and somebody's paying forty bucks for ticket and they're going to sit there for eighty minutes like it can't be pulling teeth. It has to be fun. How do you make Climate Change Fund because it's such a heavy topic and it's so gil to socio with it and and really like most of the calls to action associated with climate change are just nothing but guilt trips which is probably the reason why they don't work saying like admonitions for people live more sustainably?
"romeo juliet" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"When you look at when you look at the issue, deportation, est going off forever. You will. You look at the show up cease Taliban communities of people color that so forever. When you look at the history of mass incarceration, I may other, you know a school to prison pipeline. These all things that we're talking about now. I mean, uh, specially on communities that have not the communities that are impacted by the same way, but it's not this in going up. But time said, I'm so glad to hear that correction because you're right. And I think, well, I guess I just look back at like my schooling. I mean, I know you can't see me can only voice, but I will tell you I am a white person and my schooling, like maybe I would have read about. A character dealing with like one issue. You know what I mean? Like maybe I would have read a book where there was like a young black woman who was like the first person to integrate a school or whatever. You know, like I would have read like that book, but she would have existed. Sort of like outside the framework of a system is just like one issue at a time sort of thing as opposed to like what you're doing with this book is almost acting as if like a bunch of issues happen together and are all systemically related. Like, wouldn't that be wild? If that was true. If they interacted with each other, the affected by them and also the the issues interacted with each other directly. And I think that's something that feels like different about this book, but you're right, it's not like of course, that's how it's been the whole time. That just wasn't my experience as a reader. Yeah, school is. I remember, you know, if you come soft lose twenty years ago and it's about a kid who gets killed in case is a retelling of Romeo Juliet, twenty years ago I asked I self will what would be they'd be now in the nineteen nineties, and that would kill a young boy. And that was the thing that that was the devil we knew. And when you open that book today, looks like a headline chase implant. It was twenty years ago right now this last year. When you look at Diablo when you look at at imperial in the history of. On people who are killed by cops back in the day is just a long line of the same crap. I mean, I, I think it's it's wild to. I don't know if you if you when you wrote that in the nineties was the response that people like believed that that was a thing that happened like I'm just curious about like a general like literary world response. Well, black communities were like, Yup. Eight communities like this would never happen. And you know, I got that feedback a couple of times and I was like, wait what you know, because they didn't have social media. We didn't have the same everyday hype lines that was showing the world the what was happening in communities. And so so now we do have that and it it's different. But yeah, back then it got us an interesting response in that some people were like. It could never happen Mike. Why is she writing this look? This lay basically. I mean, I, I completely believe that because I am away Persson who was alive in the nineties, and I can imagine that if I encountered that book, I mean, I would have been like a kids. I don't know that I would have been able to now speak on it, but I think even my teach, like I just think it would have been like a, what if this happened sort of thing as opposed to like, oh, this is the thing that happens. And here's a way that you could care about it by like being introduced to these characters kind of thing, even if it's outside of your community. Yeah, it's an interesting how we come to our empathy, right? And I think so much that comes to us through being exposed to who and what we don't know and for some of the young people that's through literature. So for me, it was the question I was asking was, how do we get people to think about other people and the answers they need to feel something for them I and in the case of jail Mayan..
"romeo juliet" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"Back cinch becomes very well too well when the cradle is destroyed and then abernathy begins to quotes romeo juliet where he says one fire burning burns out another it's basically that you can subdue your pain by causing more pain to somebody else so dolores that's what delors is like oh i have to kill my father you know how i'm going to make sure this doesn't affect me i'm gonna kill you for charlotte i'm going to do the same thing that i have to do my father for an i i'm gonna literally cut out your actual human brain right now the whole thing with the cradle like she feels that actually freeze them like she doesn't want that what do you guys think about the philosophical implications of that that delors consider that to be her chains it's it's taking away their invincibility i kinda like it because it kind of it might fit in with like what maybe outside chances theory having but forged destroy the host's while destroying this the project as well and the weapon him just wanting to have complete chaos and just have everything done and it's interesting what like the lawrence means destroy the projects while destroy like fulfilling ford's planet valley beyond she just destroys everything every good cult leader ends with massoua cider that is true that is his just back you up on that too i mean even four turns around i think it's season one episode ten the last finale he turns around he's like well what would you do if i just turned around destroyed all my toys right this could be something where it's all everybody's just destroying everybody and alluding to what aaron's trying to say teaching a lesson.
"romeo juliet" Discussed on Filmhaus
"No and then he just goes yeah just what what why are we creating tension and then he learned he takes away east powers and then gives them back one scene later many of it yeah but he goes for one hour and then the joke air being they have the hourglass but his digital as as miss coming back not asthma it's my heart why was jamie kennedy wearing like eddie murphy's raw suit at the end he's wearing like a bright purple leather jumpsuit those is super masks white white is the car have teeth all over it why our teeth such a thing in this movie why it could quick why is everything like just just a nightmare i didn't have as a five year old but his somehow manifesting today why did jim carey turn this down that's the quite turn out ten mil to end all and then jamie kennedy they gave him two point five what would have happened if jim carey said yes because this movie wouldn't have happened would have been some of the well which is mass to know it's would have been yeah i mean i don't know what the plot become prison maybe do you think jamie kennedy can carry movie because i don't you didn't care this is you've been in the was most wanted yeah romeo juliet but lead as the titular lead malibu's most wanted that's it i think those are the only two movies he's been the lead so i can think of that's really it i mean the movie ends with a beautiful moment where they asked the baby the psycho baby to did we want to talk about the pissing we teased it he's talked about hey here's the pissed scene you're looking at it right now that's all there is to say shit like more time if you're into golden showers loop that piss scene will not be disappointed because this this movie gives you one.