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Fresh update on "ronin" discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything
"Psychedelic research slowly. Start to pick back up in the nineteen nineties. As more scientists rediscovered early research but the schedule one drug classification it remains unchanged in davis says even as a psychologist. He's experienced how the stigma drug therapy lingers up into the last year or so i had other professionals in my field. Not doing this specific kind of research really questioning. Whether this was something that i should be doing with my career. Some of my you know prior mentors even in different areas had said this is questionable. You need to be careful about whether you're scientific integrity can be called into question because you're gonna go studied this topic. A big breakthrough for psychedelics came about a decade ago when researchers were able to take images of people's brains after they had received large doses of silla sivan psychedelics rev up receptors. In the brain for the hormone and chemical messenger serotonin serotonin is sometimes referred to as a calming chemical and it's responsible for regulating things like mood and again. This is robin car. Heart harris head of the center for psychedelic research at imperial college london. The effective that is to increase plasticity. Which is the ability of the mind and the brain to change to adapt to present. Conditions are not property allows psychedelic experiences to change us. Change the way we think. Change our beliefs and facilitate therapeutic change. Card harris conducted several brain imaging research projects with psychedelic drugs. That measured the electrical activity of volunteers brains after they took them because of the vivid hallucinations associated with psychedelic. Researchers expected to see the brain's visual cortex activated. That's not what happens instead. The is and other imaging showed that the visual cortex gained hyper connectivity with other regions of the brain including places that normally. Don't connect your talk to each other very much at the same time. Parts of the brain that do usually have a lot of interconnection. They got quiet in his research. Dr alan davis observed that too. He says the part of the brain that communicates last or kind of switches off under silla sivan. It's considered one of the more primitive sections of the brain. It's called the amid della are emotional center. It's where our fight and flight response lives and it's one of the regions responsible for the negative and self critical voices in our heads and for people who are depressed. That amid delays overactive attending to negative things in the environment. Meaning that if someone's walking on the street with depression and they see someone with a smile on their face on one side of the street and someone with a frown on the other side. Their brain is gonna selectively attend to that frown a lot more than it will do the smile after the treatment is over. The brain seems to undergo rewiring of sorts. Kind of like a computer. Getting a reboot car. Harris says it's similar to the way that a major life event can become psychologically transforming that is probably won't useful way to think of what psychedelic therapy is doing when it works into the long-time something about this profound in the way that you nicotine self you Your existence What it is to be alive and what life is an as sticks that mirrors what happen to the twenty nine year old. We spoke to who participated in the suicide been study after other treatments for their depression had failed. They say. The experience allowed them to connect with emotions. They've been unable to access for years and just felt like this power. Chrissy through me and i felt all of these emotions hit me at once which was strange because i hadn't felt emotions like in like a really really long time. In addition to the study. Johns hopkins that the twenty nine year old patient took part in new york university and ucla have also completed studies on the use of psychoactive substances in mental health treatment. That showed promising results. This is on top of numerous other studies over the past decade on psychedelic assistant therapies and there are some new legislative changes that could ease the way for broader use of these drugs how that could impact the future of silla sivan treatments for depression and more coming up after the break. Despite promising new studies whistle aside sivan. Most use of psychedelic drugs has been largely underground or limited to small research studies. But that is starting to change. Several states have voted to legalize medicinal or recreational marijuana past decade. The thc is not the only drug on the ballot. Oregonians have the chance to vote on a measure. That's the first of its kind. Initiatives centered around suicide and mushrooms in november twenty twenty oregon passed measure one. Oh nine legalized the therapeutic. Use of suicide then became the first state to do so while. We're has been a trailblazer legalization. Cities like denver. Oakland and santa cruz have all decriminalize sula. Simon in the state of california new jersey while washington dc are also looking into criminalization and there have been changes on the federal level to in two thousand eighteen. And twenty two thousand nine hundred. The fda allotted silla simon and other psychedelic drugs therapies. Something called breakthrough therapy status. It makes it easier to use the drug in a treatment. Setting these kinds of decisions are making some in the research and business community hopeful that the drugs will become widely available for medical use within the next several years in oregon state officials. Expect to roll out a program by twenty twenty three that would license silla sivan therapy treatment centers. There's no plan to allow the drug to be used at home. Orders show up in gumy's or dispensaries and the drugs will not be what some call. Medical is d- meaning. You wouldn't need to go through a psychiatrist or medical doctor for therapeutic suicide been sessions despite those actions in oregon. dr davis doesn't expect this to be widespread. This would not be a prescription that you just picked up at a pharmacy and went home with you would get your dose under supervision and would be there at the clinic for the same day very similar to how we do it in the clinical trials. Still the government activity has already activated entrepreneurs. Many for ceus shift for psychoactive from legalization to commercialization my name is ronin one of the cofounders the executive chairman of field trip health limited. Which is one of the first second companies that ever emerged in recent history levy is a lawyer by training and was senior vice president at a company that produced medical and adult use cannabis. His new company field trip is focused on using the hallucinogen ketamine for depression. Anxiety and pain relief. The company already has centers in five cities in north america with plans to expand internationally. Despite the existing regulatory hurdles levy predicts the psychedelic drug market will eventually be larger than the cannabis marquette but he does for c..
The Emergence of Private Cities in Africa
"Come to africa today. I'm excited to come back. Robin williams bothering flex. Trains ronin recently published twenty one trains twenty twenty and one that stood out for me is private cities bronwyn. Thanks for being back. What is a private says. He and how is it. Different than the city's bill houston. Let me talk about private cities. The first thing to notice that as with most trains does have some context in history and we could look back in time to the company towns that quite quite a big deal in the history of america so if you talk about small town life across the american continent which academy as sort of concept was colonized and became the american today. One of those small towns ready set up by companies sufficient based mining companies. Late on it might become big retail city towns and essentially the whole concept of a company. Town is a town that only exists. Because tequila company has decided to put its head coaches. They and what happened with a lot of these company towns to is those companies would have to subsidize the community so in fact they kind of owned so north to get workers to go move to sort of an ounce of the way out in the sticks environment of setup and make a life the company up to provide that a job they might have to provide a communities to attract workers to stay. They wouldn't be able to be self sufficient. Self sustainable business view said for example he drake's or nail salon putnam of people. You want to sit up business. The companies often have to sponsor that that came with a whole lot of pros and cons because the company obviously has been a lot more influence over that community than the culprit. Seca public or private sector should have across the most democratic community. Where that's in town and village whatever. It is such a little bit of context. Not this whole concept of private cities can become a lot more intensive but security in the modern era. The poston does age. We can look rain across the world at once. Going on in china and i'm trying to set up a lot of these massive company cities coal company towns are essentially a company workers live workshop. Learn stay at night without actually believing. The company compound and that comas be seen as slightly darkened shade privacy's it's almost more like endangered labor and in fact across the african continent of these executives that have chinese company towns popping up. They might say work places like maybe even here in south africa you have them to basically work about a working. Saint consider put that in brackets. But that's kind of what happens. The only allowed to leave the company. When you've paid back your date and once again that's also got parallels in history where you can see what happened with colonization. Once again how companies like the dutch east india company for example the british company would subsidize travelling costs so they book passage as always people got to the new colonies in this battle days. Depending on how you want to look at it and those who had been work back passage face. They were essentially sort of assigned to sanitize slave to the company until into lake At cash. not looking ahead. It becomes a lot more exciting. Because you've got eat on must for example talking about his mas cuttings. He wants to put into play where he's offering to exactly that sort of deal where is offering to pay evils passage to mas in exchange. The going to have to work that back and until you've been able to work that back. You are essentially sort of property to the company. You got a date that you have to pay and we start thinking about the company private cities particularly off planet. If you're going to get quite dramatic in the peach mas or even waiting on says starlings of space space up there. You know unlike us a space station but a privately run one. What authority are you going to defer to if you like the way he being treated what. Government has oversight in these new territories. That's exactly what happened. With the frontier company towns with the cynical colonial model of that paying passage paying back endanger lay essentially the company was given the mandate on the european space. When it wasn't a government to actually sit up the rules full that society you referred to your local politician because the politician was part of the company so they are a lot of trademarks of that depending on your political views as to how comfortable you with the slow not on the one hand people saying people would only take that deal with an anonymous go with the duchy senior company if they wanted to know what they're getting into their making a deal. People should be able to do that at the same time. Obviously huge issues of potential abuse. That can come out of this and it basically it is. It is quite a can of worms
Sylvester Stallone Joins ‘The Suicide Squad,’ Director James Gunn Confirms
"It. Looks like they don't want this to come out stallone posted about it but they taken it down but it looks like dude. It looks like there's some weight behind this stallone could be james gunn suicide squad. We know that james that semester stallone was in guardians of the galaxy volume two. We know that these guys have a working relationship. This make sense
Verizon Wireless CEO on what iPhone 12 getting 5G means for the industry
"With me to help interview Ronin is my colleague you'll have Blumenthal Roger. Ronin thanks for joining US pleasure so You've been working for a while now it's the industry has been working on for a while it's been live for almost two years at this point. But how big of a deal is it that apple is finally getting into the five day game. So Roy, if I may just take people back is you know great debt technologies when they arrive needs to be deployed within an ecosystem and we started like three plus years ago and we have the technology for more. We brought best in class partners together and said, look within this five G. is going to be huge we want to accelerate. The development of the standards, the development of the of the equipment. So we kind of put our money where out was early on, and since then we've been in the vanguard and really the announcements today are a combination of that two to three year cycle where we've worked with chipset manufacturers, we've worked with network equipment vendors and we've worked with all of the premium device manufacturers in the world, and we brought together a very clear understanding the potential of both five G. and particularly five G. A. millimeter waves, and that has resulted in this year long now after the announcements from Apple Twenty five, five G. devices coming to. The US, all of which you're supporting at millimeter wave and really reflecting I believe an accelerated adoption curve that can only get faster. Now that apple in Iowa have joined the party now you spent a year and a half touting the insane speeds that you get with that millimeter way side p speeds but realistically for Law Folks Buying, an iphone twelve of their likely will be accessing the Logan five through the nationwide work announced today. I'm just curious how you are either educating or bracing consumers. On, what could be a disappointing first impression of five G. because it's not quite those millimeter way speeds low band is at this point, you know an incremental upgrade over our faster four g networks. So I'd break it into two parts, the devices that are coming to market today in the recent past from other device manufacturers have chipsets in them, which are optimized to use the existing technologies for Jim Five G. Even better to deliver better experiences better battery life better capabilities on the devices. So there's An proposition for any. Who is considering upgrading? The second thing is in today was a perfect demonstration of it. The pace of software innovation around networks is faster than it's ever been. We announced today that because of the availability of ATC on the down Lincoln to see on the up link with Camera Gatien that we've essentially doubled the spades in millimeter wave, but it's not about speed. Speed in our business is a proxy for capacity and capability, and so think about it is is it that somebody needs four gigs or is it that a thousand people in a stadium or all streaming four? K At exactly the same time? That's the question that you have to answer, and so the opportunity for customers to enjoy both fabulous ultra why bound experiences but also because of our commitment to ultra wideband in those densely populated areas in the high traffic areas, actually the flow to the ultra wideband network is also freeing up the very best of the best in class for Jail T. network we have a now five gene nationwide covering over two hundred million. Of the US population so it is a win win it gets better for everybody. Okay. So talking about that you know win win and getting people onto five G. Phones, that's obviously a big opportunity for getting people to switch and get onto the new networks with your approach with dss, is there an added incentive for you guys to get people to upgrade so that you can restart reallocating spectrum from four G. L. T. to five G. when in fact, it's almost the the country while we're absolutely excited about telling the five story to our customers. The use of DSS means that we don't have to artificially partition between one part of our spectral bands and another to create individual lanes for individual technologies we allow seamless access across the network. Occasioned by the management of that network in a way that says if there's more need for four G. than we have it, if there's more need for five G. Than we have, that's a distinct alternative to somebody saying I have a dedicated line for five G. and if it's empty, it stays there unused. So we it's highly efficient in the way we use it, and therefore we think gives the best experienced about I wasn't willing to compromise my for gop experience of which might customers came for. In in a rush to the experience, what I've committed to is building the best four g LTE network and then on top of the best five G. Nationwide and the new five jailed for wideband. Network and that's part of Verizon's consistent commitment to delivering quality experience choice. That's our value proposition
Rams hold off Giants 17-9; Ramsey, Tate fight after game
"Moments after the Rams hard-fought win over the giants. Physical game, Jalen Ramsey and golden tate. Tate the giants wide receiver Ramsey, the rams, all world quarterback. Healy. Chuckling here engaged in a fight near the fifty yard line this is a very chippy game throughout there is some personal drama, very personal, Ramsey, and tate have a public feud regarding a family situation. Ramsey has two young daughters with Tate's younger sister and even though it got should be right after the game. If you were watching it big midfield scrum according to our Jordan Ronin who covers the giants twenty, four, seven, three, sixty, five, but could have been worse because get this key Ramsey was waiting outside of the giants locker room for Tate to emerge. But round two of this fight gladly was
Transforming Infused Biologics into Injectables
"Rene, thanks for joining us. Thank. You Danny a pleasure to be here. We're GONNA talk about how It's enhanced drug delivery technology and how the company has rebuilt its business strategy around this, let's start with enhanced though what is enhance? That's a great question. Enhance is based on the proprietary enzyme recumbent Human Highly Rana Days Ph twenty. There is a human enzyme on human, highly Rhonda's enzyme and on accommodate version of that. I'd be happy to go into a little bit more about how it works if you'd like. What's the normal function of the enzyme in the body? Okay. So a little bit of biology then. So if you think about the Subcu-, if you think about the skin, there are three layers, the epidermis, the Germans, and then subcutaneous stays. The subcutaneous space is primarily composed. Of fact, some structural components like Alaskan in college, and then a sugar call highly Ronin. Hiring Ronan Forms Gel like substance in the subcutaneous as and this is what's important when it comes to enhance that that GEL like substance creates a resistance to injecting omnium into this up you space the typical volumes you can inject are usually wanted to amounts of subcutaneous. And so. What the enzyme does is it is it breaks down the highly Raanan as as you're jetting drug and the Enzyme Co formulated together. If rates out highly on, she can actually deliver large volumes of injections subcutaneous slow. And that's how drug. Works. So, when we think of That are infused into a patient is volume the issue of why those drugs get infused as opposed to inject it exactly most of the biologics are large lions and they can be sixty, nine, hundred miles. It depends on the concentration if a partner if a company wants to coach with smaller injection buying that could be administered subcutaneous -ly they we co formulated with our enzyme and that formulated product is injected. subcutaneous league are typical products. are in the range of five to twenty EML's. which is allow a lot more than the standard one to two that you can deliver without the enzyme. And what is it actually doing wants it's formulated with a biologic. So, it doesn't do anything to the biologic. But when you inject the CO formulated product into the subcutaneous face, the enzyme breaks down the highly are mentioned that the skin it's a sugar that's naturally in the skin. It breaks it down and opens the state think about like opening the secure space that larger volume have be dispersed, and some of the drug can then be absorbed into the. Circulation. So it facilitates fat sub Q. Injection Large on fluids. What does it take to actually formulate a biologic with enhanced? Does it actually? Does it require doing something to bind it to it or is it just a matter of exciting it into the liquid? It's more than mixing. So typically what we do when we work with a partner on their therapeutic, is we I WANNA, make sure that the enzyme is compatible with their drug at there's no effect of the drug on the vice versa. So we test for compatibility. Then we would test for stability making sure that the two men combine the enzyme on the drug are. Stable a long period of time so that the drug can be manufactured I'm sitting on the shelf for a period of time. One says diamond than simply mixing the two together and the amount of enzyme relative to the amount of drug is extremely small the environment in the order of micrograms of material verses, the drugs which are usually in milligrams. So thousand fold differences.
How do you sell 5G in the middle of a pandemic?
"The last five months, the crow virus has shut down. The economy is kept many of us, stuck at home. Adding the fact that millions of people outta jobs disposable income is what it used to be. Years from Verizon's perspective. How do you sell five G. Environment? This is a technology that spoke promises to give you a high speed connection on the go. All of us aren't on the go anymore Where is the benefit of five g? You know it's it's it's an interesting. Question because you know we'd plan plan planned, and then all of a sudden nobody saw this come in and it's different but so there's some downsides to it but then there's also some upsides to it as well. I we have not seen. The demand for a fixed wireless access product like we are right now and you know we've we've been limited in what we can do from a forty perspective. With respect to fixed wireless access just because Waco talking about before Kinda bandwidth limitations. You know now is we put more band without they report millimeter wave out there that'll open up some some potential for more fixed wireless access tied. Products that we can offer to people you know, and that's GonNa come in Handy for for people you know especially in the covid environment if they're working from home, they can't go to get a good broadband connection. You can use wireless for you know underserved underprivileged folks we can use my fi and people can get on the on on websites or do their schoolwork. So we think there's a good opportunity They are some of the sales folks told me if I if I had blanket coverage millimeter wave everywhere they really be crushing it with fixed pilots access. Fisher be able to get gigabits of service on on a on a laptop wirelessly. Would you typically do at home with a normal Internet connection? So so we see we see opportunity there on the other side of it. You know we've put in some. You know in stadiums, we put some five G. millimeter wave deployments around the country We really showed it off at super bowl the capabilities there. But largely the those stadiums they're empty right now. So but we do believe that the people come back there and we're working. We're still working on the use cases in things that can really augment. People's experiences when they do return to stadiums. while. That's a good point I mean there are you have the pieces in place to make this work when society goes back normal? Problem is we don't really know when that will actually happen. And know curious to see what is what demand looks like right now, four five devices I know the element, some folks WanNA feature proof themselves won't be ready five G. What it's. Broadly available go out again but there's also the other element that folks are watching what they're spending a lot more right now there's a lot of uncertainty out there and so what are you seeing in terms of customer demand? You know I think there's maybe a better question at Ronin are are the CEO who runs our or consumer division can answer. But I I know for sure he's he sees good demand for five G.. Devices. I believe there's a staff that we've. We've sold the the most five G. Devices and I do think it's it's people probably early adopters people want to see the first. The first of its kind and. The promise we have to those folks as we continue to grow the network new capabilities will come on and as they do you'll be you'll start avail yourself of those no Serbs this and we're working closely with the application developer ecosystem so that they're developing things that will be able to leverage the what we call the currencies, really the capabilities if you will of what five G. Networks will bank. So we continue on we don't believe cove this last forever. And you know. But there's also other opportunities that we see that could five G. can help move. For example factories you know if you get more automation factories, you get a good millimeter way five G. system in. That is much more robust than safe current system. You may be able to do things more efficiently in in a factory. So those are those are things will work with customs on right now, that's a good segue because I know five G. isn't just about higher speech your phone, there is a lot more to five G.. I'm curious what you think the applications are five that specifically would help alleviate some of the issues we're having right now other telemedicine whether it's remote worker. What are some of the opportunities I know you talked about home broadband as one option but where some of the other opportunities out there? Yeah. I mean there's some the opportu while it's funny. So we you know we both ever landline network in wireless network and Bailey we're talking about wireless ear but on the landline side net to some extent on the wireless side, we've been monitoring every day I look at how what normal was before our networks are being. Utilized in wear geographically spread and looking at applications and so so what's happening gaming is huge game the growth of gaming like skyrocketed. It's actually come down a little bit because I think people figured out how to work from home. Initially, it was probably a little bit of a honeymoon period therapy were probably play more games we seem to come down, but it's still way high video applications now, everybody. Now, if you go back before pandemic, sure I knew how to use a Webex and maybe one other now I know like five different video things and video is going to be I think very important. In the future of five G. Because you're going to bring in things like Ar Vr. And Computer Vision Technology and you know. L. Type scenario so you can use computer vision to do different things. All of these kind of things require really. Snappy fast interfaces and really low latency. Scenarios all of which what five jails are wide brand band can bring people. Specific example you talked about telehealth I think that's we think there's going to be that's going to grow a lot I think just by virtue of people don't WanNa go to a doctor. people volve figure out ways to do things at home working right now with a firm that is using five G. along with our MAC. That we just announced they ws so they're able to really do edge computing and some. Run machine learning models out at the EDGE TO GET REAL TIME results. An an operating room. So with polyps and stuff, it makes it much easier for for these folks to operate 'cause right now, what they do is they have large server farms running these models in their hospitals that's costly. They break maintaining him as tough. If you could take all of that away, you can run these things in the cloud more effectively. That's good for everybody so good for the patients go to the hospital and. Moves things along. So it's it's really things like that. Like you said, if we just make this a snappier phone, that's that's really not what we're going for. We're going for one or new inputs, interfaces new experiences had you make things more efficient and it goes across the whole board of the economy we feel. So I'm really excited to see how this evolves and what. People will use these currencies, capabilities, new and stuff, and I can't wait to.
Ghost of Tsushima Is Getting Free Multiplayer Content
"Go of. Is getting a CO, op multiplayer mode I expected go suma to get content updates and still got my fingers crossed for a larger expansion or some kind of deal see. But one thing I didn't expect was online co op developer Sucker Punch as far as I know, has never really messed with multi-player I believe sly three honor among thieves had an offline multiplayer mode, but otherwise, they have always been a single player studio. But later, this year ghost of susha will get a free multi-player expansion I was going to summarize the playstation blog detailing the mode, but it's so succinct and explanatory the I'm just GonNa read most of it I hope that's okay the blog post comes from senior game designer Darren bridges who writes legends is an entirely new experience. It's a separate mode that doesn't follow Jin or the companions from his journey, but instead focuses on four warriors who have been built up as legends and stories. Told by the people of Emma Ghost of Sushi single player campaign focuses on an open world and exploring the natural beauty of the island. But legends is haunting and fantastical with locations and enemies inspired by Japanese, folktales and mythology an emphasis on cooperative combat and action. We designed legends to be an exclusively cooperative gameplay experience. You will be able to partner up with friends or via online matchmaking and play legends groups of two to four players. Each player can choose from one of four different. Character classes, the Samurai. Hunter Ronin or assassin. Each class has unique advantages and abilities that will reveal in the future with two players in. Gaza. Susana legends. You'll be able to play a series of CO, op story missions that escalate in difficulty building on the foundation of combat from the single player campaign. But with new magical twists that often require careful synchronization with your partner with four players, you'll be able to take on wave based survival missions, fighting groups of the toughest enemies. SUSHILA has. To offer including new only enemies with supernatural abilities. If you can best the story and survival missions, you may be confident enough to take on the four player raid that will arrive shortly after the launch of of Sushi Legends, sending you and your partners to an entirely new realm to challenge a brutal terrifying enemy. That blog post is linked in the show notes, which also has a trailer for the MoD. The blog concludes again, promising more details on classes and character customization in the future. I, Love Ghost of Sushila. My personal favourite game of the year so far I want more coast Sushila but if I'm being perfectly honest I don't know that this is what I want from that game. That hinges mostly on me personally, just really adoring single player experiences and rarely ever really getting excited about multi-player Games, the mythical setting of the various levels and stuff though. That element looks right. The trailer shows some of those areas and they look really cool.
Canceled Telluride Film Festival announces lineup
"Telluride film festival decided to announce what would have been the slate of films that they were GonNa, show on. September fourth when the festival is supposed to take out, take place before it was cancelled in July, and then we also started to get some news about the New York Film Festival, which will be world premiering a few titles. I. Still don't totally understand how the New, York Film Festival is happening, but let's just talk a little bit about what's going on with film festivals right now. So last year at telluride. They debuted the world premiere of Uncut Gems and Ford versus Ferrari and Judy and first cow, and they had the North American premiere of marriage story. This was a bountiful slate. Lots to see it was a very exciting time. This year, the slate was not a strong. There were some interesting films. There were some very relevant oscar-worthy conversational picks there. I think Francis. Leaves Amanite which many people have been talking about a new movie starring Kate winslet. Insertion Ronin. We're looking for that. How many Oscar nominations to search have at this point twelve fifteen? No. I think it's four, and this will be her fifth, which just seems like I just want to say when we made our really irresponsible Oscar predictions for this year and like having seen nothing I was like I, think Social Ronin will win for this movie that I haven't seen so. At least I think I did I meant to, if I didn't you know please like revised history.
Using AI to Improve Drug Companies Regulatory Performance
"Ronin thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me on. We're GonNa talk about regulatory compliance, which may be an area that's not well understood a outside of the folks who directly are involved with it. I thought that the work I Cuba is. Interesting because it gets at the way, artificial intelligence and machine learning systems have the potential to transform all aspects of the pharmaceutical industry. We we hear a lot about how data silos impede research, but. I. Don't think people tend to think of this problem as it exists within a company on the regulatory side of the business, how big a problem is the creation of data silos in terms of regulatory compliance? Daniels a great question and it's. The one that we have been wrestling with tens of solutions because it, it is a growing problem I think it has always been an issue at. A healthcare and pharmaceutical companies, but I'm with the huge increase in regulatory requirements, changing regulations additional regulations. It is a growing problem and. In. Most companies have set up systems. Very they're very point solution base. The safety group will have their system regulating teams have. This is have multiple systems whether it's a publishing system. Tracking system. Validation systems can be different, and then the quality systems are also independent. It's an one of them and act. And so that? There's a lot of Ju- -plication interns of cross-referencing. Duplicate entry of data. And it makes it very hard and the administration regulation compliance reporting. A lot of work goes into. Trying to ensure that the data is connected and clean so that the submission timely end of good quality. As you think broadly about the the range of challenges. Companies face with regards to compliance and keeping up with changing regulations and. All of the high volume data they touch. What are some of the other challenges? I think the key one really is around into the evolving regulatory requirements. I mean if you think about Marketing of product in one hundred fifty countries, and each country has a different set of requirements when it comes to frequency and data that they require either on safety real of a product or something as simple as manufacturing chain, sure label change and having to do that across multiple products. That are on the market multiple. Those levels is a huge burden on companies I mean. The larger pharmaceutical companies have teens of over two thousand people looking in this space and a lot of what they do is a. Regular operations is collecting information sifting it from various different sources validating that to make sure that is accurate, and then understanding what the requirements are for the submissions that every country. As I think about the types of data that a regulatory department might touch. I think a lot of unstructured data. Things that don't lend themselves to automation. How labor intensive is this area working? And what's the opportunity to use artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve efficiencies and reduced time and cost? So. That's a really good question and I think you know one thing that is quite surprising to many people. Is that even in a clinical trial setting nowadays seventy percent of the data? Doesn't come through the traditional case ripple. Scans. It direct lab feeds. It's connected devices increasingly as we started to use them in clinical studies, so there's a huge amount of unstructured data. And, this is where machine learning and. Becomes really important because. Certainly NLP can be used to extract information. From these unstructured data's. Catalog it and then put it in a full that can be used in traditional safety, regulatory systems and I think that is where we see huge benefits from the use of. The more
Using AI to Improve Drug Companies Regulatory Performance
"Ronin thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me on. We're GonNa talk about regulatory compliance, which may be an area that's not well understood a outside of the folks who directly are involved with it. I thought that the work I Cuba is. Interesting because it gets at the way, artificial intelligence and machine learning systems have the potential to transform all aspects of the pharmaceutical industry. We we hear a lot about how data silos impede research, but. I. Don't think people tend to think of this problem as it exists within a company on the regulatory side of the business, how big a problem is the creation of data silos in terms of regulatory compliance? Daniels a great question and it's. The one that we have been wrestling with tens of solutions because it, it is a growing problem I think it has always been an issue at. A healthcare and pharmaceutical companies, but I'm with the huge increase in regulatory requirements, changing regulations additional regulations. It is a growing problem and. In. Most companies have set up systems. Very they're very point solution base. The safety group will have their system regulating teams have. This is have multiple systems whether it's a publishing system. Tracking system. Validation systems can be different, and then the quality systems are also independent. It's an one of them and act. And so that? There's a lot of Ju- -plication interns of cross-referencing. Duplicate entry of data. And it makes it very hard and the administration regulation compliance reporting. A lot of work goes into. Trying to ensure that the data is connected and clean so that the submission timely end of good quality. As you think broadly about the the range of challenges. Companies face with regards to compliance and keeping up with changing regulations and. All of the high volume data they touch. What are some of the other challenges? I think the key one really is around into the evolving regulatory requirements. I mean if you think about Marketing of product in one hundred fifty countries, and each country has a different set of requirements when it comes to frequency and data that they require either on safety real of a product or something as simple as manufacturing chain, sure label change and having to do that across multiple products. That are on the market multiple. Those levels is a huge burden on companies I mean. The larger pharmaceutical companies have teens of over two thousand people looking in this space and a lot of what they do is a. Regular operations is collecting information sifting it from various different sources validating that to make sure that is accurate, and then understanding what the requirements are for the submissions that every country. As I think about the types of data that a regulatory department might touch. I think a lot of unstructured data. Things that don't lend themselves to automation. How labor intensive is this area working? And what's the opportunity to use artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve efficiencies and reduced time and cost? So. That's a really good question and I think you know one thing that is quite surprising to many people. Is that even in a clinical trial setting nowadays seventy percent of the data? Doesn't come through the traditional case ripple. Scans. It direct lab feeds. It's connected devices increasingly as we started to use them in clinical studies, so there's a huge amount of unstructured data. And, this is where machine learning and. Becomes really important because. Certainly NLP
"Hi and welcome to mentally ause. I'm Evan and NASA's mentally it was corona virus a special episode out the pandemic and how we can look at mental health during it. Dan returned to her own. She's a free diver speaker on a breadth trainer. We're going to be talking about how we could use our time in lockdown to improve our breathing because so many of us have gotten into bad habits myself included especially with our terrible wise heracles. Do while from home and hunching overlap dope or going through some breathing exercises can help with anxiety and stress and struggling to fall asleep in lockdown. So how did you get into some silly? How did you get into breathing? I does sound like Israeli question but it's not really at. I discovered free diving Seven years ago now free diving is breath hold diving and I practice the death depth the depth disciplines which means I loan surface of the ocean. I take one very deep breath. And then we don't have as deep as I can on that one single breasts and I come back up on the same breath And in learning how to free dive your taught better breathing habits and how to use breathing to help relax station because that's incredibly important in free diving and Piqued my interest. And the more I continued with my free diving more interested. I got in how we breathed in how it can help us And that helped me to discover how bad breathing habits can can hinder us. Really Dumb and just Both physically and mentally and Yeah I go go quite interested all of that now. I help people improve their habits if necessary Why do you like free diving because to me? That sounds terrifying horrible. My parents think exactly the same thing I I loved a little bit about my history. Twenty years ago I was suffering from chronic depression and I was actually on the verge of suicide and I was very lucky to be able to find the strength to reach out with the sport of the Jess and family and friends. I turned my life around and I live a life today that I could ever dreamed of twenty years ago and one of the things that struck me so profoundly when I started free diving. Seven years ago was the peace and quiet as soon as I put my head under the water. Always background voices that a Gemini Negative at times And Forever Yapping. Away in the background just suddenly disappeared and they sense of calm and wellbeing being totally present in each and every moment as it happened was a intoxicating and I fell in love with it immediately. Yeah I can definitely see because I think so. Many people talk about What's it called open-air cold water swimming? And how powerful is Philip? Quieting your thoughts yes again. I think that's along the lines of the shock. Therapy of your mind can be wondering here there. And everywhere and suddenly the power. The intensity of the coldness of the water brings you frightened to yourself right in that in that very moment and it's refreshing. It's re- physically and mentally It's a release from the everyday chatter. That's going on in your mind and that's that's very pleasant to experience that so yeah I do think what is it about free diving. Because I think what you're saying about having to hold your breath for that sounds quite like intense life or death. Stop do you find that helpful for your mental health? It's life death if you don't follow some very simple rules and watched like he would never put to learn driver in Formula One car and the Nice basic rule free diving is you do not do a breath hold new water by yourself because if you do that you push too hard. Which isn't actually as difficult as it sounds you blackout and the thing about blacking out is it. Feels like it feels when you fall asleep. You're not aware that you're doing it. So the first and biggest rule of free diving is do not do breath. Hold near water by yourself And if you are doing it make sure you have someone who knows what they're doing looking off to you And from their Ronin The depth that I do and the the length of time. It takes me to do my dive. I've I've graduated to. Those levels vary slowly over very many years with lots and lots of training and. I don't come up from a dive about to sort of on that cusp at all. I'm very safety conscientious diver. I always dive with a safety. Taymor all my buddy who on training with and we look after each other and so while it certainly pushes each people's buttons because they consider it to be an extreme sport and the reason why is because we're denying ourselves one of the ultimate things that we need to live by denying ourselves It's actually an incredibly relaxing Cathartic peaceful sport. That's a wonderful way to face your fears in very calm controlled manner trashy work. Count what you're capable of and where where what you thought might have been assaulted barrier actually can flex a little bit you can achieve more so once you go into that and then you said you kind of Interest in breathing in general and learn more about. How did? Where'd you go to learn more about that? How do you learn more about breathing? The Internet's very very good place to start. But you over just save out the kind of the real stuff from the notes so helpful stuff and you know in the free diving world. There are lots of people who are much more experienced than me you. I've I've listened to learn from and I've looked into The medical side of things a lot. There there's in terms of breath were there is a massive spectrum that ranges from The sort of health side of things through to at this Rebirthing elements you can do this. Yoga prony come exercises that you can do which I actually incorporate some of them Into the stuff that I teach. But an says through to kind of the Cold War to therapies. That people can do as well. We're taking the styles of breathing or involved to help people to build up the sweat the list that she gets on and do it in and step into that ice bath and so it's it's a massive spectrum an I tended to on me have gone more towards the medical side of things whether as says documented reports and studies to show that this debris thing how it can be helpful both physically and mentally to us Because it just it carries more weight for me and I come from a medical family and my father would laugh. May Add to town. If I didn't wasn't able to back things up so yeah it's it's been very useful having that
Sebastian Durrand - Advice for Players to stay fit during the lockdown with world renowned strength and conditioning coach Seb Durrand
"Hello Sebastian. Welcome to the functional tennis podcast. Thank you happy to share Great Avalon and Journeys Tough Times. Where tennis players tennis trainers tennis coaches and a lot of other people are still at home and can't get out and can't train so looking forward to hearing some advice from you so first of all. How are you getting on? What Day is this for you? It's actually the day number and for us fan home and We try we're GONNA talk. I think it'd be layer but we try to manage between the between our work our job and the the kids in the sport of the kids and they're all more of the kids and so it's kind of a different organization in different schedule every day but we always need to find a solution. Find a way to do it. So yeah if a bit of a routine at the moment so the first thing. I wanted to do and you wanted to do with. My wife was assured to create structure and routine because Fischetti for the kids when they don at school begins leave. They can wake up and do the Descru- anytime so we keep on putting the clock for sure. Every morning we wake up and then we all know more like at nine. We started more thirty nine. We stopped homework. You know so we. We keep routines this even. If it's a bit more we are just a little bit more for sure that we put routine every day. The do some some spoilt. We tried to go outside a little bit to move. Yeah we try to really create Routines like this. We share more time with them if if we can for sure but definitively the fact two creeks tributaries There's no rolling become a bit of a mess inside the house. I think it's important especially if if it's one week it's okay like only days or two weeks but for the moment now we are ten day was gonna be full five six weeks so and we don't know so. How many days does it take you to discover you needed to retain yes? She's they want. We said we need to keep the structure that that's growing born on. We not to to strike structure would say but it's not because you are not me new late at the. It's not like when you go to school for sure but still too great routine. It's super important. Yeah for sure. And we take the sun when the sun is out we tried to descend for sure. So yeah it's kind of different kind of ribbon but we still receive tried to put structure every day. That's important yeah. That's really interesting. Only yesterday. They there were a few days behind you a good few days but only yesterday discovered myself that I sort of found my routine. I just I didn't want to write down and say this would have to do. I just have to find it. A bit. Natural. On yesterday was yeah. I stay where I felt a bit more. Okay well like it open to more than I do a bit. A worked and our baby gets up. We all get breakfast together. Then I do some exercise and then do bit more work than we go for. Walks does a bit. It took a few days for me to find a national retain which I think I have. Now which is great but yeah so some people are different crates that you knew straight away. Look we need routine here especially the kids are a bit older full of energy and e and this and and even in the week we tried to keep the we try to keep the weeks as they normally have for example. The weekend we try to get their homework because the weekend they don't work so said we tried even in the week two because if not you don't noise it's Monday or Tuesday or Sunday or your little bit. Less old days are the same so we tried to the same like today's like school We keep on working and then when he's the weekend it's bit more fund. I mean we try to make it a bit more fun. Actually for the moment we had to leave only one weekend. So is this the beginning? But because I think it's important to create the structure to because we really have to think on term process and it's good the first week you know it's nice. We'll do this with that then. Let's see in four five weeks. That's a different storm and I think it's important not to create boring routines. But in the same times to create structure I would say Craig's born really good electing a bit of exercise yourself like some Ronin. How I know it's Day ten. How have you done any exercise? Have you dealt with it? Yeah Yeah I have the chance to have a trainer at home so I can bike. That's good end in the sometimes. We allowed to go outside no more than one hour but I can still go and little bit but my main goal at the moment is not really trying to improve on anything is just to keep heads and keeping shape. I would say but I know I'm not gonNA try to be like overtrained during those moment is. Just keep the shake. That's my it for me. That's nine Mongolia. Yeah I think that's a mango for a lot of people just trying to maintain where they're not to gain weight not to gain like what about. We did have some food tips on functional tennis during the week for me. The tree food tips were worn. Was you're using less energy? So eat less. Make your mail. Smaller have one less mail to was a high junk food. Buy less junk food so just put them in places where you don't normally look on tree was have a could off time at nighttime we stop beating because a lot of people eat junk food late at night on if you say okay after seven thirty. We don't eat so do you have any tips. Who What would be your one main. Eaten tip that you could tell us the ad because I mean I for sure I still Tommy steps. I do a day and the day that I don't do too much around five thousand steps a day and when I do I go to ten twelve thirteen thousand steps which is not a lot more like fifteen to twenty thousand steps. When a big. When I moving my day you know normal day so for sure. Our consumption analogy is is divided nearly by to every day. So it's kind of meeks for me. The nutrition of finding a balance between for sure not gaining weight and nuts. Having the junk food for sure but in a send times. Winnie the human sustained to be strong too so five to go on. Diet for me would be a mistake because we need to have the human system at the top so for sure to keep the freight veges fruits. It's really something important. Keep a little bit the carbs. I mean again. The structuring the Lille having like a breakfast person abby like breakfast lunch snack dinner for sure to make everything a little bit lighter than no more. Bettina sometimes to have like a certain amount of food and energy because we need to knock to store but we need to have the human system important that the bottle I think. The fruits and vegetables are important. Keep the immune system and the three important. Maybe we just need to buy smaller plates. Yeah for sure this this The food is really like nuts because we all need to disclose to all the time so it's really not to have that kind of reflects or go at grab it. Is things things. So that's important just to keep the structure again. That's super important for me to structure structure structure. Okay well enough about Kobe. Nineteen at the moment. Tell me your physical trainer to some great tennis players. Dmitrov worked with other players which I find out about. How did you get into personal training before that? Did you play tennis as a kid? Yeah Oh yeah. I stopped playing tennis in four years old. My parents. I think I felt a little bit like everybody. Mike Burns Blake any similar date and while they were playing a good board. They'll beat on side so they give me one record just this racket here is a woolen. Do whatever you want for one up. And then I found the world and my world became my best friend so I start hitting balls. I was four or five. And then you know after the classics things than you stop laying and in their new up some of the coaches and then after you stop putting some notchers when you're sending eight nine years old and you're into it you love the competition and the Barents Heads to bring you to tournaments to practice. Oh yea definitely. I wanted like all the kid had the teachers. In my bedroom I went to run on Garros and you know I I live in one. That was completely passionate by any wanted to to be pro for sure that this is what he's signing your
20 Minutes With Susan Neal
"So Susan. Welcome to the show. Firstly a big thank-you. It's good to be really great chat. We have today so once again. A massive thank you. I think what I like to start wave is if you could give us a bit of a background to yourself and your experience on the Muslim conversation as we go home okay well Almond Aren. I have an MBA and also a masters in health science. And I am a certified Yoga teacher for over twenty years. I also have written seven healthy. Living Books Two of them on Yoga and four of them basically on how to get off sugar and CARBS and overall improve your health weight and Diet Amazing. Not Something I definitely want to touch them a lot as well as obviously we know that it can be difficult to stick of change on lifestyles for the better of God's nutrition said now be a strong theme proud podcast. And I'm very interested to hear what you had to sail nuts but I think what I I wanted to touch on really is not obviously from your backyard. It's amazing to hear that you use ronin practice really to get yourself back to being fit and healthy when you came to the age of fifty and I think if you could give all audience a of background as that period of your life and what you went through on the procedures you put in place nursing so fight to help and they'll be very interesting. Okay so our at forty five for forty nine years I had great help and then at the age of fifty. I lost my help. I had ten medical diagnoses in two surgeries and it was all from. It stemmed from an abscessed tooth and oh I had Depression Ovarian cysts hole in my retina. Candida infection of my gut vitamin D low. I mean just one thing. After another and my health declined. The doctors you know. Put me on adrenal fatigue. Vitamins Hormone Green this that the other they did the two surgeries and then they were like. Um You know that's all we could do for you so I started looking nurse and start looking at a different alternative methods tried acupuncture massage but the one that was effective was I had a colonic. Irrigation which is like a royal enema because my stools changed after they had put me on antibiotics and steroids. When I had my emergency root ca now and the colonic therapists found that I had a candida infection of my call. One and Candida is a yeast and it grows up normally a pencil in on our body but when you take antibiotics that kills the good guys. You're good gut buddies probiotics and you got in. It allows the bad guys to take over. And some of those bad guys could lead to an auto immune disease it could lead to leaky gut and then for me at led to a candida infection. I went to my internal medicine doctor and he did not know how to treat a candida infection. I had to research on my own to figure it out. You have to Candida loves sugar. Carbs refined carbohydrates and alcoholic beverages at loves the sugar. It takes over your appetite and so you have to. You have to start it and you starve it by going on an anti candied diet. Cutting out all the white sugar white flour white rice even fruits. I had to do that for eight months. Go on a candy to cleanse and then I finally got my house back. It's amazing NASA you. You obviously had versa had led up so you really in the Youtube your health back on track and then obviously you did manage to discover a away technique to to actually nurse yourself to health. Did you struggle? With the first eight months of presumed there was a sort of a transition period. Where you're cutting out all of these processed foods and your body is craving them. Can't SIP is very hard. It took a a lot of self control and and I would take. I'd have one good day and then I'd have three bad days and then I had two good days and I'd had one bad too. You know it was like three baptist. You just don't know if you're ever GONNA get your help back if you're ever going to feel good again so you know my heart was just you know compassionate to others. And that's why I wrote of the book seven steps to get off sugar and carbohydrates because I know how difficult it is to fight those cravings. Yes I think we all really do. They win how a new particularly having to completely strip the mouth yacht. What clicks view. Then that allowed you to go from this Yoyo period of maybe being good for one two days and then having a bad day to actually having sustainable change to your your lifestyle and your attrition in your approach to the foods you intake well you know I did not realize how wonderful it was to be healthy until I lost my house. I lost my health. I was like I'll do anything to get this back in once I gained knowledge and I understood what was taking over my appetite. Then it was like okay. I've got this basically you know this bad back bad yeast and my God. I'M GONNA kill that guy and I'm going to get my life back so you have to figure out the root cause of your problem and then gain knowledge to be able to turn things around and so I created a quiz for people to see if they do have candied infection of their of their guts called Candy Quiz. Dot Com and candy is spelled C. A. N. D. I. Quiz Dot COM view foulland than the record. Obviously it does divert but depending on the person but what's through 'cause you found for the majority of people is it's a lack of knowledge. Is it that? There's on that half that half and not really not one hundred ten percent into it is it because they're not realizing the why of how wiser important to be healthy while you hit it on the nail with the lack of knowledge you know because okay it used to be the low fat diet was the style and now it's the Kito Diet and they're totally opposite in which one is right. Yes so you've got you've got to go to a great resource so I'm an R. N. I have a masters in health and who who looks at the research articles to figure out what is the right way to eat and it's basically back to the garden back to the garden the farm the ranch. You want things to look like they did. When it came out of the garden so number one was lack of knowledge. Number two was like me a Candida and action the third root cause for potential. We not eating appropriately or while is an addiction a sugar addiction. Because sugar and wheat go up to like the brain receptors in our brain. That are the same ones that opiate drugs. Goto so they've done. Mri Imaging and somebody who Um has a food addiction can look at food in those same areas light up in the MRI as they do for a cocaine addict so if you gain knowledge and understand okay. I have food addiction. Then you can say you know what I can use other tactics to release that. Feel good neuro hormone from my brain which is dopamine. I can walk. I can do yoga. I can meditate. I can Hug My kids I can pet my dogs. There's so many ways to get out there and get those endorphins released positively instead of through food definitely thing exercise. You've mentioned on for them. Is it such important one nuts? You really do. Not necessarily you are exercising but the feeling awkward. When you're to release it does really give you a rush a therapeutic feelings. I think that's a you've hit the nail on the head as well. Yes send you see once you gain the knowledge and I have a link in my book where you can go and take tests to see if you do have a food addiction and yet once you understand like I understood that I had to fight the Candida. You get to. The root cause will then. It's not a matter of self control. It's a matter of curing the root cause and when she cured that then you can get your normal appetite pack and happier self control so the the fourth reason was an emotional connection with food in many of us do have an emotional connection with food. And you know we may stuff our emotions with food. stuff our anger or hole in her art. We have unforgiveness resentment or whatever it may be and so. I haven't area my book about cleaning out your emotion
Top 10 Performers of the 2010s
"Actually I am kind of I write poetry Snow Book Secret Notebook or your poet. Yeah that's great but you like to hear what sure sure it doesn't really Ryan though. Okay kind of like him better when they don't me to all right so we've heard your number ten. We've heard my number six Adam driver. Who's your number nine performer? The decade? Okay boy this hurts me because it wasn't too long ago I was asking if this was the best actress of the twenty tens and I still think she's in the conversation but Elizabeth Moss. When I sat down to do this list fell down to number nine okay and I think for me. It's it's partly again. I'm backing into the list here. It's partly because her strongest work was on television. I don't know if it's fair. We're a film show so I'M GONNA hold that. It's not fair okay. It probably isn't yet to discount the handmaiden and madman but you're right if you include those. Then how is she? Not One of the performance of the Dick and Jane campion's crime series top of the lake. Yeah so so you know those three works alone in her work in them specifically I mean madman. I made the argument. She's as crucial to that series. Almost as crucial. Let's say Don Draper. She was the lead in in Top of the lake in the lead the handmaid's tale but I look back at the big screen to and The one I love I think great in. I know you love the film more than Me Adam but the collaboration with Alex. Ross Perry's Ben. My favorite thing about those including are probably hurt toured force performance of the last. Ten years is in her smile. I think just from last year and then yeah squeezing in that great supporting part in US last year as well getting to show her comic chops I had to keep her on this list but when I started comparing her to the filmography we're going to get to higher up. Yeah I couldn't put up there at the very top. Yes same process with me. Though she slipped a little further I did begin by ranking top ten actresses top ten actors then figured out how to merge them and go made the cut. I Have Elizabeth Moss in my six through ten actresses but did not make my top ten overall. My number ten is an actress. And this is one where you could accuse me Josh of maybe looking ahead a little too much but I think the foundation of great work in this decade is also there. She is the only other one that woman I'm about to mention. She's the only other one with driver who feels to me like locks. We could already pencil them in for when we're doing this list in ten years okay. We're GONNA look back on the twenty twenties and go. Of course. This was the decade of Adam driver and of Sir Sha Ronin the three great performances come in Brooklyn in Lady Bird and of course last year in Greta. Gerwig 's little women and there's two great films there for me all time great films frankly in Lady Bird and little women. I'm less high on Brooklyn though I like Brooklyn quite a bit and I really do think. It's a wonderful performance from her. She also appears of course in Wes. Anderson's Grand Budapest hotel and I really liked her in Joe. Wright's Hannah for me. Ronin is the insistent innocent. There is some naievety about her. As you look at those performances Brooklyn ladybird little women but really just a lack of experience. There's the census. She still has a lot to learn about herself and about the world and relationships. She's going to make mistakes. She's GonNa make a fool of herself but that's because she's always going to put herself on the line there is a determination and there's a voracious nece to Ronin characters that I find really appealing. I was looking back at my notes from our review of Lady Bird and I mentioned the way she just kind of burns with this intensity and this focus. It's almost like she's from another planet in the way she talks and the way she studying the people she's engaging with there is this provocation that is inherent to the lady bird character where she's just so eager to expand her knowledge her base of knowledge. It seems like that's what she's after in every encounter in life and maybe more than anything. Josh the reason why I wanted to make sure I fit. Ronin on this list is I just want to continue to put out into the universe. This idea that I did see floating around social media after a recent Hollywood reporter with Ronin and Greta Gerwig where they talk about future collaborations with each other. And there's a great question by the interviewer posed to Gerwig about working with Ronan and differences in working with her now versus lady bird and I thought Gerg's answer was really instructive. She says it's the benefit of working with someone you've worked with before. I felt like in some ways I had conceived lady bird before I knew she was playing it and I'd written drafts of little women before I knew she was playing it but I don't know any other way to say it. Except she was an author of Lady Bird but even more so she was an author of little women. I felt like she knew exactly what we were making the whole time as a filmmaker as much as an actor she really became a second director for me. It was like an extension of every thought. I had she'd walk out in another step. I think honestly the closest I've had to it is writing. With Noah Noah Baumbach who is her partner. But that's fitting of. Gerwig I think in her personality that she so generous in giving Ronin all that credit as an artistic collaborator but I think it speaks to the intelligence and again that voracious nece that comes through in her character's it's probably embedded within ronin herself. That made her such a good collaborator with Gerwig. And the key line from this is Gerwig saying I'm interested to see what movie we make when searches in her fifties. And I'm in my sixties. WoN'T THAT BE INTERESTING? And I'm thinking that's great but I want to see the movie that you make together when searches in her thirties when searches in her forties. I can't wait until the fifties I would be perfectly content of those to just continue to make movies together until the end of time. So Sir Sharon did just sneak onto my list ten. Hey I like your band with Jona rubies. Len Fans knew awesome.
"ronin" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast
"The judge and the and the Slavers Bay was cool was good most mine and the speed ramp where he kicks in here is every time slavers show up anytime they did. They want to see him die. I think they only did the slow mode. Think twice it was dumb when they did it both times. Yeah I agree that into it but I think that's a tough one to do well The attack of the castle at the end. I thought that was like a cool. I was really fun. I love it as underwhelming. I can't it was hard to find what's going on. I love. I loved it. I loved when the when the fights he was happening. I was I wrote down where the Monster Dragon at the very very amounts of data better than John. Snow's fight scene. Where the I love when the a four guards on top of the Ridge and they jumped up and then took the helmets and threw them off the back. And then that's a cool concept. Yeah I would've loved that for the beginning of the movie stars. I said I like a three three and a half. I just feel like the visuals of it. There were a lot of fun scenes and I agree. Just put it on. I also think every I highly suggest people just put on Weird Sword fighting movies and turn the sound off and just let that roll time Chinese Super Ninjas again maybe Ninjas are Japanese concept. Yes he's Chinese super. Ninjas is a China's Kung Fu movie soared since other high masters steal the Ninjas the Ninja way of Japan and they bring it to China and they start taking over China Super Ninjas look it up it's amazing. It actually sounds like one of my favorite bad movies challenge of the Lady Ninja. You GotTa have a. We have to have come from you. Said it literally has star wars music in it that they ripped off and used the tagline for the movie is these women are more deadly than men. You've seen jellies black mask right now. So jellies mass. They use the they use sound effects. So it's like people like the the X ray laser sounds except for he's like blowing beams eligible lady Ninja. There's a part where Ninjas breaking into someone's house and you see him running and you hear the footsteps and he does a role in the footsteps keep going. They were real to reel. It's hard to. It's hard to edit that millions so much time anyway rating. I was wondering if anyone's GonNa ask me. Keep going so. We don't really care okay. So Adam said that if you want your kion ooh sauce that you should go to John. Wick hated or something. Well I'm going to say if you want the Kiana sauce. Just go right to the Kano Dick. I personally am not a big John Wayne Fan. I where's your Dick out? Where do you hide it? I WanNa like John Wick but when I watch it it feels like watching someone do a speed run on a video game through the roof shoots. Three people runs into the next room. And I'm like no come on whereas we're the monsters. What's that movie with Clive? Owen were? That's literally really the whole moves. Shoot him shoot him up and I felt like I thought it was. I thought it was a better movie because there was more plot to the John. Woo Films in the shoot. 'em UP which goes right like it isn't the plot with John. Wake my plot. My problem is is that all the action scenes feel like someone rushing through every action scene as quickly as they can't pacing. Yeah I thought that was it's going to be. I'm not saying I'm not saying that you're wrong for liking in the movie. I'm just saying it's not my ideal forty seven Ronin rating. Would you recommend it as a bad movie? Forty seven Ronin forty seven fucking Romans. I give them war monsters. One Star One star you give no gardens the highlands even give it a stark. I'm not sure by the way Amanda Amanda Guards. The highlands of more than chain-reaction So like Guardian. I never watched movie at one and a half time speed. Watch at least half of this movie at one and a half and like what stuck out to be the entire watching that speed was that the only part could tell when it was that it was at one time speed is when people were walking or running and it looks kind of funny for the rest of all these really slow panning shots that are still incredibly slow one and a half speed people just looking at each other for five seconds. And you're like I know that supposed to be eight seconds. Yeah I mean. I almost did not complete watching this movie. I watched the last twenty minutes of it right before Kris showed up. He knocked on the door right as the credit started. Rolling in time speed. I would say that the pacing please. Oh I just have one more note which was that. I would never pirate a movie but if I did. I would've had a really hard time pirating. This movie there would not have been enough cedars at is want to give this tip out to the heads out there if you ever. WanNa find a shitty movie like this instead of looking on websites. Google for one word index of and the title of the movie in quotes. And you'll find a bunch of unsecured media servers where you can get your shitty movie for. If you were to do that. Dumb geeks would never say the you should do that. You know we all terrible tip. But I didn't know about legally rented this movie. Yeah I definitely I spent four dollars and I just you know what I like to do. The index of search just to see all these pieces shit out there. Yeah who would? Who would not secure their servers and pirates. Those guys digital hoarder hose. You know yeah wouldn't know anything about that. Yeah I've never heard of personally. At least seventy five percent of my income goes directly to renting movies on Amazon. Yeah why wouldn't you? Those grey makes guys well. I think that anything anything else guys on. Add a big boxes DOT com today. So Adam of you. A last month texted me something that I thought I'd share because Adams here and I was reminded of it. It's called the veloce. The Velocity Predator Philosophy Predator was that he pronounced awesome Predator. Veloce predators came across this on probably read. It also heard about veloce. Let me say let me just read the synopsis. After losing his parents a priest travels to China where he inherited a mysterious ability that allows him to turn into a dinosaur. I horrified by his new power. A prostitute convinced him to use it to fight crime and Inge's veloce pastor pathway of Veloce pitas though was that it's a fast centipedes. A child's tricycle makes sense okay philosophy. It's actually a specific type of early bicycle but it the mechanics are the same way. That child's tries it. If you really like it or you have a loss of paedophile anyways anyways. It just looks like the kind of movie that after. Kion or wary. We should try to watch. I feel like after we should take at least a month off. I agree and also I feel like that movie. Looks like the man who killed bigfoot and Sasquatch or whatever the fuck that one moving good they're not. I don't think it's going to be good. I think I think it's a good synopsis. Great maybe to work on but I still yeah. I I think you should close out with that movie where the Vagina has the teeth from the seventies. Oh that's really good. That's comedy seventies said. No it's not from the seventies it takes place in the seventies teeth has a lot of community that one does there. There is a movie. That teeth is a ariffin. Teeth is not a very good old movie from the seventies or eighties. And it's about a similar concept so really I mean vagina goes back to the ancient Greek. I was just. It's been a concert on for a while. I was just kind of find the name of that old movie. I literally can't even find it in Google Vagina teeth. Nineteen seventy ending. Come up I did not put all this stuff I also when we do another movie definitely one of the ones coming up. We'll be tiptoes of movie. Where Gary Oldman should we give it away? Has the performance of a lifetime. Oscar award-winning before but it's ten. We showed you the trailer and I told you not to read anything about it before you watched it anybody. If you're listening to this look up tiptoes on Youtube. Watch out. It's mind blowing. I yelled aloud a couple of times so insane. It's so what the problem is with that movies at. The only problem with that movie is that the name is bad. Like doesn't feel like it goes with the subject. He's the first three letters are fucking horse shit anyway from nine hundred eighty game the first three letters that name tiptoe. Yeah tip it's Joe. That's your name Lady Terminator. And it's from eighty eight. Sorry not really GonNa have to check that one out because love you should if you can remember. Look up the the trailer for the movie tiptoe. Everybody's listening look if you're still listening because we've been rambling at the end of this worldwide. One's here still people will listen to anything. Here's Cada high forty six will thanks for listening. We're out hello got him so dumb. I can't even think of true role. Play that's fine Gael. We're all being pegged at home. If you're dumb enough to believe in you'll go for anything short you mean..
"ronin" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast
"That problem today. What because he was an hour late. Oh okay all right so you guys close your eyes. You can't see which was looking okay. Every time I heard that case I will be reading out each entry. You're looking at me you cock. Oh sorry do they have an original banksie. So what am I doing guessing between you're listening? Sorry trying to guess which one was. It was an right. I what is me Maximilian? Chameleon they're not whoever this tips. Okay so they have an original banksie. He seemed beautiful but he looked like all the models. Happy dumb kids ride bikes for Jesus. No he lives at the duck without a yet and they have a melon on a stick tattoo. Alright Christopher he seemed beautiful but look like all the other models. That's your vote okay. I don't remember any The the one there was a yacht one wasn't there. What was the one of the answers? I'll take the first one you read. What was the first one? Can you read the first one? Okay you voted for no. He lives at the dock without the yacht with that. All right dusty. You think a millionaire so that I don't know billionaire millionaire billionaire. Remember any of them. The first one was the first one you have to say one of them. I'm not GonNa just give you the first one fleeting. I don't even remember the cheeses kids vice cloud no points for dusty or any of you voted for myself. I got a point for that. No you get a point for you get five points for voting correctly you idiot there but then you get points. This is what happened last time. Yeah but nobody else voted for you. You guys e-voting frame so okay did the Jesus one so this is just like democracy and my vote doesn't count pretty sure. Does he voted for the Jesus? One he said the Jesus incorrect so he still gets no point over. That's my vote so he gets points. Well what the Jesus on Bikes one votes for you. If you get the most points you get if you get the most votes you get ten points. Yeah if you've Oh correctly get get.
"ronin" Discussed on Dumb Geeks Podcast
"Pressures Dusty is really at this time it's like flipping a coin. It is a circle or cuisine quips cuisine quits place on closing. It out store bought bread. Ai Item Flassbeck chains does win. We've closed out. Cuisine quips pulling ahead with meaning. Chris your innocent will be in the inner circle in the final clue. In the inner circle million we are approaching the final percent final transcend. They send you the picture of their four year old daughter and address before killing her real rich person. What going into the final percents hampered? Tell me on totals does. He has in the lead. He's in the lead with five Adam pulling up second with four in. Chris seems to be an lonely last place with one point. Okay so the final percent is a category where you will each be tasked with trying to write like on billionaire we have a category culture clash. Now in this category there will be an entry from me. Maximilian Chameleon now they'll be an entry from the guy and then each of you will write an entry. You'll have sixty seconds to write your entry and you'll lead then here all the entries and have to vote upon which one was said by me. Maximilian millionaire if you received the most votes you will get ten points. If you vote correctly you were received five points. The category is culture clash begin go scribbling demarcus dusty appears to actually have ink. This time so no excuses. Music is very dramatic. Isn't it Chris? Overconfidently hands is board in early. Dusty is trying to write on his board with his giant penis. Adam is also ended early. Ooh It looks like all three contestants income in early but I want to hear the music end if I misspelled someone. Just pretend like I didn't give it away until I often. Luckily.
Oscars 2020: who will have the biggest night?
"Are the Oscars are this weekend who are you rooting for anybody on your list I like once upon a time in Hollywood I just thought that was a great film I love the cast awesome stuff several nominations for that film bills worker is joining us now long time energy reporter for the sun times still with five Chicago is a contributor and bill has followed many many many Oscars lot but you know I always loved about you bill you you follow the local entertainment scene so well and always told us such interesting nuggets about what was going on here well that's true I've always loved you know I mean I think that's important I think it as we all know how they moved in this world of of the current the twenty first century media I think local local local is the way to cope in general because I think that's what people really want to get because they can get you know the national stories from other outlets but but this is an interesting year at all well it's always interesting with the Academy Awards although I do think in certain categories is here there's there's some things that are pretty well said but I know we think of course they're going to go again this year without it without a without a whole list which I don't think it's a terrible thing I think you know well I'll tell you why I think so often unless you get somebody like Billy crystal who's always knocks the you know the ball out of the park I think over the years I think will be colder did a good job we recently had our critic's guide Bible to the critics choice awards which of the broadcast broadcast critics and you know we had two days he did a wonderful job and I think because he didn't try to overdo it you know came out was charming and didn't you know try to be too cute but I think sometimes I think people want to see who's going to win they want to see the presenters I don't think they want a lot of big production numbers and all those give me some wonderful musical numbers at the Oscars you know your health Elton John performing in and you know it's gonna be really quite quite wonderful in the court system the result of a few people who really are talented musically but it's gonna be interesting to see what happens on Sunday I can say I disagree too but I'd like the host I guess you're right but what okay what is a good host was a good house because right some of the host I kind of remember the Anne Hathaway that was a disaster and as much as I loved you know but she yeah I do too but she what that wasn't right for her at all and James Franco I think the the combo wasn't right and that yeah then they tried to do so many acts that an already long ceremony got longer and longer right letterman was not successful either you know so I mean and and I love him but I mean I just it's just a very tough job I will say that so I think sometimes a safe way to go is with out the host and we'll see how it goes David Letterman wasn't wanted the Oprah uma uma Oprah right rumors were rolling their eyes he's like I got to go and I got a key thing is we we didn't work we actually have some audio here from Billy crystal because he was just on Jimmy Kimmel okay crystal has hosted the Oscars I think nine times total nine times jingle himself is hosted the Oscars twice yes yeah he did a good job he did so the two of them had thoughts about the hostess Oscars here's here's what they had to say I always loved being out there I I loved the guess the trusts you know that the movie academy had a made to to get me out that I always I felt like there was a great honor to do it and I think that when you have a show that's as long as it is is going to happen and I think the problem with the no hosting perhaps is that there's not somebody out there to capitalize on that moment ledge view had when the wrong Best Picture right who could forget that the one that's right but he does make a good point there he does make a good point that you can can bring it into the moment and and capitalize on it that is a very good point I hadn't thought of that someone says something that you can sort of have fun with right that just sort of right out there and then they bring it back and make everybody sort of laugher connect over that moment we just had a listener say six three oh what about the la la land fiasco that would be weird without a host because sort of look at each other like what that would that would have been terrible and and then on a lighter note I mean it's great when you have somebody you know when when Jack Palance remember that the one arm push up you know on the sages many years ago and of course and you know Billy came out and made a great joke about it because you know those are the things that you love love to see happen yeah my favorite also I think was on my list of favorites I should say Ellen DeGeneres remember that a normal than the selfie she took and then when she was busting Steven Spielberg around a telephone tell take the picture you know when I could change my point of view you're either going to go maybe on your side your honor but you know I heard you it coming in when you talk about once upon a time in Hollywood that really was one of my favorite favorite movies of the year I see like bill if this one is sort of got a little bit of an unfair advantage because it seems like one of those movies that people in the industry natural sort of are drawn to because it has history of historical factor I know it's sort of a bag I would love to see it with but it's it's one of my favorite but I think all of the momentum seems to be from the directors guild of the producers guild all of the different wards have been happened sounds like it's going to be nineteen seventeen which I liked very much but technically it had some incredible you know incredible beautiful moments but my favorite if I was going to pick one it would be once upon a time in Hollywood or parasite which of course is going to win trust me it's gonna win best foreign film the people that are further further Oscar parties if they want to fill out there if you get if you get some of those lesser known categories right you can win the Oscar Poole I've no I bet it's true that's a good strategy that's true yes I have eight one five Oscars praying for no politics I need a break yeah what do you think we all do I think we all do and I think that will be that's one thing that I hope we do have because I think after what we've all gone through in this country in the last few weeks I think yes no politics is a very good suggestion but it's interesting because in terms of all the acting categories I think they're pretty well locked into a whole I think it is going to win and I think most people do what do you think what you got for best supporting actress I think well that's what the one category where there could be a surprise in the usually is a surprise the one category excuse me would be best supporting actress because even though most people think it's gonna be Laura Dern was terrific as a divorce lawyer in marriage story you know who could possibly slip in there because he has won a few things as far as people from little women who played one of the daughters and that's one category but I do think it's gonna be Laura Dern for best Supporting Actor it's Brad Pitt as one everything is beloved by many people in Hollywood you know it's sort of his his year in his time and I think that's a pretty much of a lock in for Best Actress it's it's I think pretty much going to be Renee Zellweger for Judy plank Judy Garland and although I would look I would be disappointed if there was a real real upset here in Jersey ronin from little women one because I think she's terrific but they're all these categories have great nominees and of course for Best Actor again it's probably going to be Joaquin Phoenix because again he won everything so far incredible performance I didn't see G. R. A. Renee Zellweger in Judy but I didn't know that that was not universally loved by critics no it was not what happened there was everybody pretty much loved her I mean I agree with this the movie itself was just sort of you know just so so I think the reason she's basically the nominee the only nominee for that movie there may be a cost and it might be a minor on the minor categories I shouldn't call minor but one of the most popular categories but the movie itself was not great she was what made the movie yeah I you know I I didn't see that because of sort of the reviews the main one that would be worth revisiting because I loved her and that was the online series where she was the rich woman who is trying to convince people a little comes of age is he was a recent series streaming and she was phenomenal and I just remember and she sings herself I mean the fact that she you know somebody's like a voice like garland which everybody knows so well the fact that you do your own singing I think is also a major push any and there's so many scenes in this movie you look and you think it's actually Judy Garland on stage and screen excuse me so I think it's and that's pretty much of a lock but there again you know you never that's pictures that that was one I mean I think it's probably going to be nineteen seventeen but I would be happy with virtually any of those you know that are up there there's nine nominees you know because they changed the rules a few years ago but you know a lot of talk this year the parasite which definitely is gonna win best foreign film it might be the first year that the best foreign film also wins Best Picture that would be somewhat of an upset but that would be a fascinating thing to see what is the Netflix series that Renee Zellweger was and I was trying to remember to remember bill out we only have a minute here but if you if you are going to the movies this weekend as I know some people do when they try to say Hey I'm gonna catch up on some of these Oscar nominated films what what was one of the films you would suggest the probably not many people have gone to I think I don't know I think first of all I think you know probably nineteen seventeen I think it's it's a kind of a tough movie to watch many ways but I think that that that seems to be the front runner for Best Picture if you haven't seen once upon a time in Hollywood definitely catch that and I'll tell you a parasite is be the third one because that is such it's got a real twist to it I can't tell you much and I would give it away but it that would be the film that is probably the one most unique dark comedy that come down the pike in a long time okay you got my attention on that I'm gonna check that one out bills record thank you so much for checking in with us at any time good to hear your voice same
Oscars 2020 Preview
"HI everybody. It's Peter Travers. Here here with this special edition of Popcorn which we're calling the Oscar popcorn because this weekend on February ninth exactly everybody will be watching. Being the Oscar telecast on ABC and probably having their own little ballot. Like I have here trying to figure out who's going to win this damn thing and if the person I don't like winds pushed I put my money on. That's what really happens. That's what people ask me on the street. So I'm GonNa take you through these main categories and and we'll see what will win what should win and we can argue. You can find me somewhere and we can argue about it. But I'm going to start with with best supporting actress. Because that's how the Academy Awards those that's always the first award that we say Kathy Bates in Richard Jewel. Laura dern in marriage in story Scarlett Johansson in Joe Rabbit Florence Pew in Little Women and Margot Robbie in bombshell so look. There's it's a lot of good people here and I have to say right at the outset. That Scarlett Johansson is one of those rare actors that has a nomination as best actress. Chris and best supporting actress marriage story for Best Actress in here supporting which usually gets you to win one and that usually that it's usually that one but it's it's not going to happen you know I'm sitting here saying did I read wrong. What happened to Jennifer Lopez and hustlers? Hasn't she been in this game since the release Lisa Hustler she has and yet the academy you bad people have decided that J.. Lo just wasn't Oscar material while you're wrong but look we we have to deal with rats here and I'm going to say that the person who will win in this category is also the person who should win. And that is Laura Burn and Laura dern in marriage story plays a divorce lawyer and she's a tough one and let's think of all the Hollywood people that are voting for this award and how every single one of them I'll wager. A BET has their own divorce lawyer and has been through this process. Maybe more than once. Maybe two we're three times to do it. And they find Laura Dern Dunn's in this movie something spectacular it's also one of the few awards. I think that marriage story story is going to win. But Laura Dern has never won an Oscar. This will be her first time. Everyone loves her. We all love and big little lies and I think this is her time on so let her have it all right. I'm moving onto best supporting actor. Tom Hanks in a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Anthony Hopkins in the two popes Al Al Pacino in the Irishman Joe Pesci in the Irishman and Brad Pitt in once upon a time in Hollywood. Look you're talking to a big Irishman fan here so if it was me saying come up for the gold it would be Joe. Patchy I know Joe Pesci doesn't do any publicity. He basically sticks fix to himself. He's probably tough guy in real life as the gangster that he plays in the Irishman but that performance is amazing and won won his first Oscar for another score says he movie goodfellas where he was the most scary gangster. You can see here. He's kind of quiet dawn. So if I'm I'm giving them it would be Joe Patchy but the academy is giving this award and no one. No one can win. This except Brad Pitt. These other people here Tom Hanks Anthony Hopkins Al Pacino and Peci all have won Oscars so they already have the gold. Do you realize his full career. Brad Brad Pitt has never won an academy award game over people. This is it Brad. You're going to get in once upon a time in Hollywood playing a stuntman. It man playing somebody who's been around the business. I think it's irresistible for Hollywood to say I'm going to reject one of my own. Plus he was great in the movie. You seem to hear my voice that I have a little bit of a problem. Yeah I do. Because that's not a supporting performance at all that his part is the equal who of his Co Star Leonardo DiCaprio's WHO's nominated for best actor. So why is he in that category. I think they want to win. And Brad you might as well prepare repair your speech right now okay. I am now moving onto best actress. Cynthia Haribo in Harriet Scarlett Johansson in marriage story. Sir Sharon in little women. Charlie's Sharon in bombshell and Renee Zellweger in Judy. What Best S. actress award so far from the Golden Globes to the critics choice awards has it Renee Zellweger one? She's won all of them. So is there any possibility ability here for something else. I mean. Look what Charlie. Stern did in bombshell. She not only plays Megan Kelly. The makeup geniuses have made her look exactly exactly like her and Charlie's has talked exactly like are they love bio pics there so she should be really strong. Social Ronin is like twenty five years old. She's he's on her fourth Oscar nomination. This is incredible and Scarlett Johansson. Like I said nominated for best. Supporting actress and Best Actress. Cynthia revolt is playing Harry Tubman and she also wrote the song from the movie which is nominated. That happened to somebody last year. Didn't it yes it was lady. Eating Gaga Lady Gaga was nominated for writing that wonderful song from stars born and his best actress. But what did you win. She won best song and that was it so I have to say that again. I would give this award person late to search for Ronin just because I think to be that young and to be that consistently brilliant is amazing and her performance in little women. Is that good. But it's Rene as I talk about. How Hollywood would love bio-pics this is? Judy Garland that she's playing judy. This is one of their own. Did they ever give. Judy Garland her own Oscar Competitive Competitive Acting Oscar. Never and I think for that reason not only will renee Zellweger win best actress but she will win for Oscar. Judy Garland on never had. It's their way of saying Judy. We love you. We were so stupid not to give it to you. And we're going to give it to Rene in honor of you. This is how Hollywood works. It's really crazy. But if you're betting on this you have to bet crazy. Aright best actor Antonio Banderas in pain and gory. Leonardo di Caprio in once upon a time in Hollywood Adam driver in marriage story what came Phoenix and joker and Jonathan Pryce in the two popes. I look at this category and before I get into. Who Will Win and who should win? I've I've got to say academy what you have against Comedians. And what do you have against Eddie Murphy. That he's not nominated for Dole. Might as my name what you have against Adam Sandler who proved his dramatic chops in uncut gems. Like nobody can believe and yet they have it they only like to give Oscars to actors serious actors who played comic roles. Ause they hate anybody who's making a living as a comic to actually win this war so this year's been going along I've had this feeling that this was Adam drivers to lose that performance in marriage story is one of the best things he's ever done or that I've seen this year and yet there's this other guy and who's that other guy he's Joaquin Phoenix plane joker. Sometimes there's that kind of performance sometimes. There's there's one that just so dominates the screen. That is such an act of immersion of from an actor in a raw. Yeah Joaquin was scary. He was sometimes funny. He was always touching even though he's playing somebody who's totally out of his mind and a lot of this movie his in his mind. What Cain has been nominated several times before and never one Joaquin? This is yours. I can't believe any set of circumstances. Stances if you WANNA bet the whole house on something and somebody to win it's going to be Joaquin Phoenix as best actor for joker game over all right. We're ready now to move on. I'm going to best director now. This is one of the most exciting categories because these people will these particular men and save and because Hollywood as wont of decided that even though there were more women directing movies than ever before four last year. They couldn't find any to nominate which is of course absurd because Greta Gerwig directed little women which is nominated as best picture and they. I thought no I'm just GONNA do five men like we always do what happened. You people sort of learned a couple of years ago when you nominated Greta. GERWIG quick for Ladybird didn't give it to her. But you nominated her. The KADEMI is ninety two years old. Now how many women has given an academy award for directing one. And that's Kathryn Bigelow for hurt locker. Ninety two years one award hang your head in shame name anyway not knocking any of these men that did get nominated. But there's one in there that I would sacrifice for Greta Gerwig but you you try to guess who that is anyway. Here they are. Martin Scorsese the Irishman Todd Phillips. For Joker Sam Mendes for nine thousand nine hundred Seventeen Quentin Tarantino eighteen. O for once upon a time in Hollywood and Bung June hope for parasite every one of these guys you can make a case for. Martin Scorsese Z.. To me is a master the grandmaster who only has one Oscar for directing and then the Irishman is doing some of his best work. Ever Quentin Tarantino. Not No with once upon a time in Hollywood is also a peak form and yet I'm saying this category is going to between two other the directors one of them being the South Korean Vong June Hall for parasite a Foreign Language Film. That seems to have got everybody excited about what's possible and then Sam Mendes for nine hundred seventeen a world war one movie that is constructed to look like it was done in in one continuous. Take how do you resist that. You don't even though I think they would really like to give their best director award worked. Bon John. How it's going to be for Sam Mendes for creating a war movie like no war movie we've ever seen before so sam I think think it's yours but if you're getting out there and you WanNa go to Bung Jun Ho? You know you might do it because there's always a surprise in these contests we can't go. Oh by what the odds are we have to go by sometimes the academy saying I have an instinct for this. I have a feeling this is the right way to go all right last category. Are we ready best picture of the year Ford versus Ferrari the Irishman Joe. Joe Rabbit Joker her little women marriage story nineteen seventeen once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite here is is the one you know every year I do this. It's between one or two movies this year. I can't reduce anything to to the Irishman my estimation a classic one for the ages. Martin Scorsese. Ed Is Best Robert De Niro Pacino. Joe Patchy making a mob movie about old-age age about the end of a mobster. This is the punishment that they get for the lives they live. There's nobody in their lives there alone. It's a tragedy Quentin went and Tarintino. Once upon a time in Hollywood is writing about Hollywood in the sixties and about a time that he thought was the last creative burst of Hollywood Hollywood and doing that. Nineteen seventeen again the World War One movie shot to make it look like. It's one continue steak and parasite a movie about a Korean Rian family in which they exploited the people they work for and then are exploited by the people working for them it is a classic. These are four incredible classics. So what am I gonNA do. What am I going to tell you? What's out there that you have to say? This is the winner and I'm going to go with with all excuses. No excuses in fact to my love for the Irishman. But I think this is the year of Quentin Tarantino. I I think once upon a time in Hollywood being a love letter to Hollywood and being voted on by people who live and work in Hollywood Quentin Tarantino despite right brilliant work with pulp fiction inglorious bastards reservoir dogs Django unchained has never won a Best Picture Oscar or a best director Oscar. Never it's never happened. What better time than now? When he saying Hollywood I love you? I think it's time Hollywood to say to Quentin Tarantino. I love you back back. So you've got it watch the show and afterwards we'll have a discussion.
The Revenge of the 47 Ronin - January 30, 1703
"It's almost better than sports. The stay in history class is production of Heart Radio Harvey One. I'm eve and welcome to this day in history class. A podcast where we dust off a a little piece of history and place. It ever so gently on your shelf every day. Today is January thirtieth twenty twenty. The day was January thirtieth seventeen three a group of forty six Ronin in order Samurai without a master avenge the death of their deceased master by killing kit a Yoshinaga. Though the event occurred on January thirtieth based based on the Western calendar Japan used a lunar calendar at the time according to contemporary dating the event took place in Gin Roku fifteen on the fourteenth day of the twelfth month. This difference in calendars has caused some confusion. Over the date of the event that said the Japanese temple where the Ronin were buried holds a festival commemorating the event every year on December fourteenth during the Tokugawa period which lasted from sixteen. o three to eighteen sixty fifty seven Japan was under the rule of the shogunate or a military government. The shogun or chief military commander ruled in the name of the emperor. Aw Daimyo or feudal lords were vassals of the Shogun though they were limited from gaining too much independent Power Samurai no longer had to engage engage in battle since Japan was at peace but each Daimyo did hire army of Samurai to protect their families and property in Samurai still had Coz Ziff honor and conduct known as Bushido that they abided by Ronin often became masterless because they didn't fulfil their duties because they were defeated in battle or because because they're master fell from power or die if a summarize master died or was deposed the Samurai could choose to serve the new Daimyo but if his master was defeated or killed in battle or if he did not want to transfer his allegiance. The Samurai may choose to die by suicide. Those who chose to live as Ronin often did so in disgrace the story of the forty seven Ronin. One of the most well-known Japanese history began when emperor he got she yama stint imperial envoys from Kyoto to the shoguns court at Eto or present day Tokyo. A high official named Kiyoshi NOCCO was in charge as master master of ceremonies for the visit US Nagano. A daimyo from echo was one of the daimyo assigned to receive the invoice kid s about training meaning him and another Daimyo in court etiquette but kit a allegedly treated poorly possibly because of inexperience or because the presence awesome offered. Weren't good enough either way us. No attacked Kita wasn't hurt badly but awesome knows action was considered a huge huge offence. Arsenault was ordered to die by Seppuku. or a form of ritual suicide by disembowelment after awesome knows death. forty-seven his Samurai right led by OAC Yoshiko toes to become Ronin and seek revenge by killing Kita. They started gathering information on kid has house and they split up taking jobs as laborers in merchants to throw Canada and other shogunate officials off their trail. Oishi began to drink alcohol heavily and frequent Geisha the houses to alleviate suspicions and his agents began to think that the Ronin were harmless but on the night of January thirtieth seventeen o three the forty forty. Seven Ronin Matenaer. Eto One of the Ronin Ten Asaka Ki Ay Mon was sent to a code to announce that the rate on Cuba's mansion was happening. Other accounts of the incident. Say that he left after the battle but on this snowy night the Ronan told kids neighbors of their plans to attack his mansion and and they went forward with their plan after killing and wounding many of Canada's Samurai they found Kira hiding and beheaded him all the Ronin survived the attack back which lasted into the predawn hours of the next morning. They then took it as head to Austin as grave at the Sangha cousy temple and the story of their revenge and spread. The ronin were praised by many for their loyalty and for killing Kibbe. They had avenged the death of their master but their actions were still still illegal. Instead of ordering them executed the Shogun allowed them to commit. Seppuku a more honorable way to die. forty-six Ronin did so. Mr Buried at the same guy. Who
Dining in Vientiane, Laos
"Week. We're heading to allow and its capital Vientienne. Although although not a global guest caught sports is has planned to offer if you know where to go manacles Nicholas toomey spent a year in the and he gives us an insider's guide for wear onto what to eat. If you are in town for the day VINCA is capital but not quite city and his best explored by foot. So skip prepaid breakfast and stride out while it's still OKU head towards town of Park and the French Bakery Annabel's for fresh course on tropical jazz. The bread is also some the best in town. If you decide you want something more local stop off the couch. E store for Liverpool Tae began hanging over French colonial rule in Lao the cow G represents real fusion of the two coaches. The party comes with shredded. Green Papaya carrots. Lots and a dose of Jiao Tong. A sweet and spicy sauce made from Sandra Chili's the begets is delicious. Especially when eaten on a park bench. Lau has an excellent coffee growing climate especially to the South East East on the Boulevard Plateau but the Vietnam War. Stunts at the industry's growth elissa plantations with unexploded bombs the things now beginning to improve and MIASMA ASMARA. Coffee shops have recently opened in the capital to tap into the beans so mid morning. This could be our next stop. I recommend the trail opposite. non-food founded did. It is one of the old time players roasting and grinding their own beans and serving up an excellent brew however common ground. Next Expresso and thirty five millimeter Peter also deserving of mention next on lunch the low Asian rice noodle soup is popular midday option for Viennese. Each each really will serve up their own tapes but my favorite is no food restaurant. Don Plan Road it specializes in thicker slightly chewier noodle talk with braised raise. Beef wants to supervise. It becomes a blank canvas and the assortment sauces condiments and fresh herbs positioned on your table. Come into play for me. Always a big squeeze of Lawn Todd Basel on a heat to spoon of dried Chili. But if you're not feeding hot lunch the heads the Vietnamese restaurant. It was a great man for the fresh. Diy Spring Rolls or classing. The waiter will bring a big basket of green salads cold white noodles and rice paper for so can wrap out a few dips and you have a refreshing tasty mail if you want to hit your five a day than jumping one of the fruit shakes but remember to ask for not it sugar. Both saying I'm as evening approaches. You're likely to develop a first time then to introduce you to allow. The highest is compliment. I've ever heard pay towards the national tipple was from an arch. Shame so great. Shame is Ronin X. pub in Vientiane and told me in all sincerity surety. He believed beer. Lowers the best mass-produce lager in the world. It was. He said one of the reasons he chose to move to allow and start a ball the head towards the river as the days during clothes and sits at one of the Riverside baas upstream from the night market. I'd recommend dark bailout with ice. It goes as well with the sunset especially the mighty Mekong slips on by if you feel like a snack then order some fried Mekong Catfish Mikan with Crisp Crisp cafe leaves and Chili Sauce. Although the river fish are not always delectable if there is a time and a place then surely this Laos else was a French protectorate for sixty years and although the colonial legacy is complicated one positive that remains is excellent French cuisine that at its best incorporates incorporates Lau flavors and ingredients the cash to cook and lobbyists through all serve up great food but if you are in town for one night then it has has to be looked after shelter run by the charismatic couple. Anu and Yasmin Penny. The cavs darning space is an old world. Warrants on
"ronin" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"Through means of the Ronin were entombed in the only place where it really made sense but their master to this day near the grave of Asano Takumi no Kami there stands arrayed the graves of forty eight men and yeah forty eight. Mana many came to pray at the graves of the forty seven Ronin. The story already beginning to passed into legend. But there was one who came to pray and weep when Oyster Karnowski Lei passed out drunk in the gutter. The throat curious spies off the trail rail there was a man who spat on him who cursed his name because he hadn't been there for Asano now. He prostrate cronos gays grave begging egging him for his forgiveness in the trial. It had all come out the ruse they had played for a year. They plotted and planned getting close. To Kira Era Karnowski had sacrificed the most going so far as to divorce his wife cast out his two children. So curious men wouldn't suspect anything. The man apologized for disrespecting colonels. Gay and then he collapsed when the priests found him the also found the dagger buried in his stomach. He hadn't been one of the Ronin but he had died like one also. They had no idea who this guy was so they cremated him and put his grave next to the ones he had revered eared. So much people still go to the graves of Asano Takumi no Kami and the forty seven ronin initially became popularized and plays during the period and it was during this time that the stories got a bit muddled. There was apparently a law against dramatizing recent history so late fictionalization helped the story pass in the legend faster faster than normal. But it's absolutely true story like I said you can go visit the graves at a temple in Tokyo. And there's a festival on December fourteenth where the People Go to burn incense for Ronin to commemorate the anniversary of their revenge next week. It's not history not remotely or telling to famous GRIMM brothers stories. I I is the story of Hansel and Gretel and second is the robber. Bridegroom both of these. which were originally children's stories involve way too much? Cannibalism blood and death. So enjoy.
"ronin" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"He collapsed in a pile title of tears. In the end. Curio Sheena did not die an honorable death Kurna Skate and treated him again and again to commit Seppuku. But when the time came the other Ronin simply held him down and cut off his head their work done they put up the lanterns lights and fires and curious home. They didn't want to burn down half the city by accident and they left it was sunrise. Seven am in the morning when they arrived at the temple. Simple and the sun had risen when Colonel Ski fulfilled his last act as the retainer of Asano Takumi. No Kami placed curious head before his master's tomb. They had done it. It was finished their consequences to every action in Kronos gain new. This he spoke spoke with the priest. Haney bag containing the last bit of money from everyone. Then every last Ronin burned incense and read prayers for their master. When they were finished they went to the front of the Temple and sat man came with hands on their sorts? But the Ronin didn't move to draw their own they they didn't resist in honoring their master. They had broken the law on this day booth. That's would be paid. They submitted to the shoguns is men and made their way to the palace days later. No one flinched. The final order was read. It was decreed that the Ronin disrespected the government and and the dignity of the city and banded together to break into the house of one of its citizens murder him for this act they would all be forced to commit Seppuku they all knew the cost of honoring their master from the moment they had gathered together in that snowy clearing one year ago they knew death was a certainty but they wouldn't live with the alternative. They made up their minds from the beginning that the end must come and they would face it. Nobly wish kerner skydive with his men. com snowy morning.
"ronin" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"The Lord Ling as he was called the son of Kiara the grandson of the Daimyo Daimyo himself when he came of age was the last when to attack the Samurai before the sounds of fighting were replaced with the sounds of weeping the Samurai of course had spared the women and children and any other noncombatants encourge household. They killed everyone else to a man now though they had a problem the last man they were here to kill the only one really was gone. Kira wasn't hero. Colonel gave divided up the men in four groups to search the house and check them with the archers on the roof no no one had gotten away everyone they had stopped only the little Lord Ling lived he was crying with an Arrow through his calf. Not far off. He been stopped on his way to GRANDPA's house for reinforcements. That's when Colonel Ski heard a call from curious bedchamber. When he arrived he learned that curious? Betting was warm. He had been there and over the last year. No one had learned of any secret passageways way from the House. That's when someone moved a painting Ha. I think he went this way. The ronin were all looking through a hole torn the plaster wall. Yep Yep he just might have mm-hmm thrown inclined to the whole found a simple courtyard with an outhouse. They surrounded it one named Taro opened the door. The men that sprung from it died quickly but they dive well when they thudded the ground. The RONIN heard a whimpering from inside the outhouse not not taking any chances they flung the door open stat. I know weapons clash with their own. The only heard a scream They dragged the old teacher out by sleeping robe. The one with the growing red spot reap stabbed. Kurna stood over him lantern in hand And demanded his name. The man averted his eyes remain silent. One of the road impressed a sore point to his neck demanding the Netzer. Her cronos gay held up a hand. That wouldn't be necessary. He brushed the man's hair to the side revealed a scar the scarlet Cassano had given him that day in the palace from the fight that had started at all it was cure Yoshinaga. The ronin she'd their swords all but one and Karnowski stood over the man with the personification of duty of a movable immutable fate. He said that they were the retainers. The Samarai Asano Takumi no Kami last year. Kira in their master quarrelled in the palace and their master was sentenced to commit Seppuku in his family ruined and they were faithful and loyal men and they have come to avenge him he hoped Kiro would acknowledge the justice of their purpose. They were going to give him. The chance is to die with honor before they presented his head to their master. He gave her the knife and unsheathed zone Catanha saying that he would serve as curious. Second cut off his head as soon as he committed the act. It was an honorable death. A good death cure look down and recognize is the sword. It was the same sort of watched. Asano take his own life with the cure had been smiling from the crowd that day and it was the same sword that Asano. I used to give him the scar on his forehead. He picked.
"ronin" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"The forty seven men stood in the forest each different road that led to this place but each had thought only about this place sacrificing everything else. Since the day their master was killed before the night was over they would sacrifice even more in the past month. Knee was sure. That colonel wasn't coming for him. Cure it dismissed half of his personal guard. You're sending them back to his Daimyo father-in-law he was the weakest he had been in the last year and it was only because he thought he was. The strongest now was the time. The snow fell heavy. The capital city of Addo as the forty six Ronin watching the forest grove. Most people be inside warm and sleeping on their mats that night all those keeping watch do whatever they could to stay out of the cold. The ronin with is in the gate had been watching curious movements all month or colonels game made his long journey from Kyoto. Doubling back multiple times to throw off any lingering spies. They knew that Kiro was home that night they were sure of it. It took a few hours secure Noski to put together a plan based on the information from a years worth of spying on the man but when he did they were ready to go. In addition to the forty six servants of Asano Llano. There was another that accompanied them in the Snowy Grove. That night one who hadn't been there a year ago. Wish to Kara. The son of Oche Karnowski had stayed with with his father. Seeing the man's purpose in his decline he trained in secret of the course of the past year and even though he knew the cost he wouldn't let his father author leave without him. Nearly all the Ronin over the course of the last year have been curious home so there was the possibility of just you know staying in the home until after dark and poisoning him or stabbing him on some random Tuesday but it wasn't a possibility not for the Ronin. They knew there was a safer option. But they were GonNa do this right for their honor and for their master still. They accepted some advantages from their access to the house. A cow. They had hung rope ladders. There's off the back of the house tucking them up out of sight needing only a hook to pull them free for reviews that ladder to climb up on the roof of the entryway and jump down into into the courtyard. It was quick and it was simple and slipping past a dozen rooms filled with twice as many retainers. They patted into the guardhouse and held a sore. The throat the sleeping guard. The RONIN had an offer the key to the gate for the man's life but there was a problem. The key was in the main house and and four guys couldn't storm it and start this war on their own. One ronin found some hammers tossed wanted the two Ronin who are already on their way to the back door and then started willing on the door. They're pounding sync up perfectly with the drums outside backing up though we should talk about what colonels gained his two dozen were doing. The four slipped into the guardhouse. Kerr Noski was knocking on doors. While his Ronin infiltrated the guardhouse colonel gave went around to the neighbors on each side. Ed with two dozen armed Ronin thanking him and he was honest he told them that they the Ronin who were formerly in the service of Asano to Camino Comey. We're going to break into the palace of curiosity. NECA and avenge their daimyo. They were not robbers. They were not Ruffians. No harm will be done to the neighboring houses. He was just Stopping Ping bias at their minds at ease. The neighbors seeing two dozen Armed Samurai smiled nodded and closed the door. He's he this. This is why it's important to be a good neighbor. The day might come with the nearly four dozen Ronin storming your house. Give your neighbors advance notice and you might want someone when to call the police. But the neighbors didn't because of the ruins extensive intelligence they knew that cure is neighbors. Hated him he was loud show showy an arrogant and frankly just a huge jerk so they lined up on either side with whatever the eighteenth century Japanese version of popcorn was to watch the show and that show started when the bolts the door splintered and broke throwing the compound open to the other forty two men waiting outside and the drums started. No help was coming from without for Kira and his men and Colonel Gain is Ronin. Wanted him to know they were coming. They wanted him to sit in the dark. Machismo men cut down before him to know that his reckoning was at hand that he had to answer for Asano Takumi Kami of the forty two. That stormed the compound and tim broke off and started climbing the walls. When curious I ten Samurai woke up and rushed the men in the courtyard? There was a silent quick. Flash of of swords in the light of the moon and blood covered the snow cures pertains. Flooding from the barracks found themselves surrounded by men who seemed to know their house better than they did. It was instantly clear. That cures men have been caught flat-footed and they were dying as fast. As the Ronin could swing their swords kronos attention was on the house on his singular objective. Taking the head of Cure Yoshinaga to his master's grave. Nothing beyond that mattered. That was how how he missed. The Messenger the Messenger wasn't a Samurai. Hey slipped past the same in the compound where they slashed and stabbed and wipe their swords. has his feet crunch the snow he smiled. He had made it out. He would go to curious father-in-law the Daimyo and Britain twice the number of Samurai. He had done it. He had saved his master on the plus side. The Messenger died happy thinking that he had single-handedly turned the tide of Battle of the ten Ronin climbed the roof for this exact purpose. Five loose narrow and for the Messenger. There were more like him but none would make it this far there was no help coming inside thrown in had pushed through to the main house though they had hit a snag free. Samurai the reports Karnowski learned that these men might be a problem of those they would face that day. Cronos gay would respect these men. The most he couldn't say the same for his Ronin the assault of forty six Ronin had been stopped cold by three men thrown imparted as Kronos case strode in not confronting the Three Samurai but zone men asking what the year had been for for them to stop now they had sworn to lay down their life for their Lord he turned to his own son. Jakara the young man who had stayed by his side when everyone abandoned him according to one of the texts he said here boy engage these men and they are too strong for you die. Jakara nodded and grip to spear. He wasn't a Samurai so he couldn't wear a sort of his own but that didn't stop him he charged. He wasn't a Samurai and though he performed admirably in his first ever fight it was first ever fight the same Ryan noticed about six different different openings and in seconds the young man was barely running away without having his abdomen sliced open he backed up until he smashed through. A wall stood on the edge of a pond. It was a choice between a sword in his neck or falling backward into the water so it wasn't really a choice. Jakara dropback his blood from the numerous cuts. He had taken in the last thirty seconds. Clouded the water and the Samurai stood on the water's edge allowing himself chuckle. That the boy thought he could even take on one of curious best. That's when from the water. A spear shot out catching him in the thigh. He screamed and dropped. Has He fell a former emerged from the water and Jakara surfaced bearing a knife in the man's back again and again until he stopped trying into rise. stood breathless. and the Sam Rice companions wide-eyed what the Ronin were surprised to. But they knew you an opportunity when they saw it in seconds the room was clear as they flooded deeper into the house. Kurna Skate went to Jakara. And with an outstretched hand into his feet with a nod. He took the sword from the body of Waku and do the Samurai that Kara had killed gave it to a son. No matter what happened today. He had earned the sword. His boy was a Samurai..
"ronin" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"What of a son is retainers? Cure asked his chief counselor. The counselor was happy to give this news. All the retainers Cassano either took up jobs with other Daimyo or disappeared into other trades. They came from a disgraced house. It's something they wanted to put behind them in Cronos Rhino's Gay Kira asked retainers in attendance. Chuckled yeah he wouldn't be a problem. They had very good intelligence on this one. They were on the other side of the wall. When colonel escape divorced his own wife forcing her in the children out after he woke up in the street his drunkenness? Helping them sleep through the beating from peasant you only. His sixteen year old son stayed with him. And the old Ronin bought a concubine comfort him. On a slide into drunkenness. Debauchery in an early death so yeah not a problem. Cure breath for the first time in ten months was finally over. Then Osama's retainers in the same room had let nearly a year pass ass without any attempts at vengeance over there. Master cure told his retainers to bring the spice home. No need to waste them making sure an old man dies in the Gutter Cure. It didn't think it was possible but Asano Samurai were somehow even more pathetic than their master had been of. Course who heard this but the workmen and the peddlers and the servants of the house they had all been hired in the past year on the recommendation of other workmen servants and peddlers that have been hired. They had been watching everything they knew the full layout of the estate and its points of weakness. They knew curious. Enemies and allies in Eto and made me which Katina's would fold and surrender to attacking Samurai which were strong an honorable and would die for their master. A request that the Ronin who had followed Asano how would happily oblige the infiltration was so complete that when Kira are the words about playing the spy of Colonel Ski there have been one of Kronos case. Spies is right on the other side of the wall. The difference cure didn't know the workmen called it a day marked through curious front gate. He he was GONNA get a message to Kyoto. It was time.
"ronin" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"It was the first day of Spring Kyoto and the man screamed he just kept kicking. He called Kernel scare coward a drunk. He wasn't there for Asana when his master needed him and now he didn't eventuate him giving himself up to women and wine. It was a good thing he had lost the name of Samarai. He wasn't worthy of it anymore. When it became clear that colonel you were passed out in the street on his way home? The previous night wasn't going to wake up. The man's spit in his face kicked him a couple more times in the ribs and continued on when the officials splashed water and Colonel Case face at nine. AM The old Ronin. Struggled to his feet vomited and staggered. Home you told me it was a trick. Cronos case said when she saw him his eyes bloodshot with vomit streaked robes. He sneered. She said it had gone too far. All this it wasn't some ruse. It was him since his master died. He didn't want to serve another. He didn't WANNA work. He only wanted to lay around and drink himself off to death. The whole revenge thing being an excuse for him to do so it was then current case all the shadow. It was slight but it was there they were there the tail that he had noticed. Two days ago it wasn't difficult to find a Samurai in the slums even disgraced graced Ronin. Kronos never meant for it to be difficult so when they finally found him when he noticed the tail he started drinking now now he could see them right outside of his wall. They were listening. He looked at his wife. The only person he had trusted rested with the secret any bit his lip she saw look profound sadness flash across his face before the rage took its place so he was through with her with her whining and complaining. If she didn't WanNa part of his life she could leave it he would buy some pretty young concubine from the public. causses he was sick of the sight of her old face anyway. She stood there in shock. What he took a deep breath she heard right get out the sooner the better his life with her? Nothing but sickness and sorrow. Go Take the children to He turned and remain motionless as she begged him but he only barked at her to leave. Now he turned so she wouldn't see his face and he had his duty to fulfil.
"ronin" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"That's JoAnne, Worley from Ronin Martin's laughing. And if you know who that is your dating yourself, if you don't go ask mother, so now with the saga continues people continued offer their guesses of who is making that laugh and one day, we'll have it all figured out. Let me bring up one final comment that is another example of not Aleph ING matter. There's a sh- dick out there that people are now using to help them make stock picks and the SEC and FINRA have gotten together to issue, a joint investor warning for you not to do this. It's called making stock decisions based on social sentiment, there whole bunch of companies out there, like sticker, tags social market lyrics, and like folio, they turned social media data into investment research. The ideas, this by analyzing posts on Facebook and Twitter and elsewhere you can detect social sentiment to predict market movements, for example, if millions. The people are tweeting about how much they hate the latest iphone well that could predict that Apple's going to fall short on its profits, and therefore you shouldn't apple stock. Well, that's the theory brokerage firms and fund managers are buying the state and reselling to investors, the SEC FINRA want you to know that these tools can be inaccurate incomplete down. Rightness leading the data could be at a date social media posts may have hidden agendas. In fact, the SEC has charged someone for sending false tweets in order to influence stock prices. There are lots of indicators that are driven by social sentiment and it could.
"ronin" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"ronin" Discussed on /Film Daily
"And it's like you can't say that. And never do anything with it and expect us to buy into the fact that this is a larger world if we don't care about the people who are saying he's live. I mean, obviously I made that lineup but the the sentiments still stands. Okay. Let's move onto HT what besides a Bumblebee in the favorite. What have you been watching? I also saw another period piece from favorite called Mary Queen of Scots. And this was a movie that star search Ronin and Margot Robbie. And it's about the titular Mary Queen of Scots who famous Leauge conspired take the throne from her cousin Queen Elizabeth played by Margaret Robbie. And it's fine. I'm going into kind of intrigued by having the female lead period piece in wondering if they would go into. Some sort of interesting female dynamic be historically accurate. These two people marry sewer and Elizabeth never met in person. So it makes sense it like a lot of the tension that takes place in this film, happens through on voice through letters, and they kind of play it well in like drawing these parallels between Mary who is very passionate firebrand and very ambitious and Elizabeth who is all powerful, but is increasingly paranoid and kind of have these two interesting storylines that kind of foul not fall apart. They don't really connect in the end, it movie ends up being more about Mary and the it's well Leicestershire Ronin market. Robbie are great. They're phenomenal. In these in these roles. The movie itself is just kind of fine. It's very sprawling, and it's written by a woman who may know from house of cards. And it kind of has that same sort of intrigue rather soap by way of intrigue if you'll like there's a lot of these sordid affairs at that are somehow supposed to make this movie is more interesting than it is and how it ties into the political intrigue going on, but I felt myself being mostly bored by a lot of it. And which is unfortunate because again, sir, Shah and Margo are so great knit. And yeah, it's kind of was I once I saw the favorite later. I was very excited to see that was the movie that I kind of wanted Mary Queen of Scots to the so sending them side by side. There's really no question, which one's better period piece and has more interesting even depictions of LT LGBT characters so. Got all right. And then I also saw a Roma which I absolutely loved. So this is a film that I've been looking forward to for a while structure by Affonso Koran and it's very intimate sort of his intimate magnum opus. It's about his own life, going Mexico and kind of about. From the point of view of this made who works for this which family, and it's it kind of. Drifts really slowly for the first half so much. So that I didn't really know where it was going. But by the end, it is like it involves you in this in his memories and in his experiences and in the the main characters experiences played brilliantly by the actress ya'll eat. So appreciate I'm very sorry from his pronouncing that she's phenomenal in it. And this movie is just it's such an experience, and it's still immersive. I saw it in adobe theater. I didn't expect it to be quite such a cinematic experience as it is it really makes use of it sound design expertly, well that the crowd scenes, for example, it kind of is done in like, the surround sounds, and it's so pin pinprick accurate that for a lot of the times. I would turn around angrily thinking that someone was talking behind me. When in fact, it was part of the movie. And it just kind of invalid you the entire time. So I really enjoyed it. And I your fourth person I've seen that has said that exact thing for that scene in that movie. Which makes you wonder like Ken, surround sound too good. Like that to me feels like it would be distracting and not immersive. I mean, I think that if you didn't realize it's me while to realize it. But then when I did it does it does like become more immersive than distracting. I don't think it was like overly distracting was kind of like in the corner of your ear more than anything. It's it's it's a really beautiful film. It's really it's very some..
"ronin" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary
"A will amaze he has, you know me with with you and I'm meeting together and I'm with Ronin. I I came to party quite light myself Ronin. I'd run businesses since I was twenty five to looking at 'em not twenty five anymore, and he twenty eight now. Yeah, exactly. I and I did the typical. I did the typical CEO thing. You know, you just head down and you're, you're grinding it out right, and you you, you go home and to your point, the wife gets tired of hearing it at your wife, get started here in it and can't and quite kept quite related anyway. So I will. I'm the guy who wishes I would have had access. I wish I would have known about it, but I didn't so shame on shame on me. Now your program, if I'm not mistaken, there's some. There's some curriculum too. So people start at the beginning and they know that they know that there's an end not only just in. Finite time, but there's also something that they're trying to accomplish as far as curriculum, do understand that, correct? Yeah, we do look what say what they go. So actively fitting makes those three months. But that gives him that runway to say, okay, six months when change. Montiel's week we talk about his is, is beliefs, limiting beliefs because we will have them, doesn't matter whether you copyrights a on on output, China get your fists, ten pain customers improve what you do, your CEO off of twenty people, and you still can scare you bump up against linked to bolaise cannot do it. Am I am I right Foley. Not his head. I'm one of the only ways you will ever get pasta is just by being a little bit vulnerable and saying, yes, I've got these phase and dads and in a group of people that actually support you because we all know social media. Everybody's, everybody's winning. Anybody's kidding. But, but I think to your point though, it's not only just that they support you, it's that you realize that they have all the same challenges you do. Right. 'cause we live in a world where everyone's highlight reel is right out front, right? That people are always putting their best face forward on everything. You don't get behind the scenes in terms of what's really going on what issues they're having, what you know is going on. So while the sudden when you get a group and you think you're the only person in the world that struggling with this particular issue of a sudden you find out that there's other people there whom you respect and who you think are really smart people to near struggling with the same stuff in this kind of like a hoof. Okay. Got it feels good, right. And then you kind of help each other through that. I mean, I think that's really powerful. Gives you that commission to go. Okay, cool. It's not just made out at one group going and. By the end of it. Often the prices up because prices number one thing,.
"ronin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Ronin iran iran iran china anything that you are now donald you do it was pretty cool you do because now let you down thank you i am promise sweat welby thanks.
"ronin" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Those missing reports are why this law enforcement official broke the law himself or herself to leak that information about coen's banchory records to the public here's how ronin piece ends tonight quote the officials said we have accepted this as normal and this is not normal things that stand out as abnormal documents being removed from a system or of grave concern to me of the potential for legal consequences the officials said quote to say that i am terrified right now would be an understatement but the official said quote this is a terrifying time to be an american to be in this situation and to watch all of this unfold joining us now is ronan farrow contributing new yorker writer who broke this scoop tonight ronin beck so soon good to be here again ritual thank you congratulations on this let me make sure that i understand this correctly your source says that he or she was the source of the information that was reported last week which has since been substantially confirmed correct based on a suspicious activity report from michael collins bank which showed all of these previously unknown payments to michael cohen into and out of that account it should be no yes your source says the reason he or she did that was because of concern about other similar reports that are gone yes and we can absolutely report that those other two that you referenced that are now unaccounted for exist they are internally referenced in the third suspicious activity report okay so that is not in dispute what is in dispute is just let slow that down so the one that came out last week the documents that we saw last week were based on a suspicious activity report that report and we haven't seen the original of that we've only seen rid of document that was publicized by this lawyer last week that original document references the existence of two prior reports exact so we know the exist but they're not in the data they exist they should be tied to the same identifier numbers in the system search for cohen's name they should come up in the system in the normal course of business they do not so how can you tell me how your source discovered this what i can say is that in general terms those tens of thousands of law enforcement and other personnel who have access.
"ronin" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Ronin farrow is in alarmingly adept journalist just won the pulitzer prize he's an investigative journalist for the new yorker he makes documentaries for hbo his been an anchor and a reporter at msnbc and it doesn't say host but i was on your show once nbc thank you for tolerating midday cable show hits you're trying you one you were i think you were trying to instruct the world on issues of war and peace and now we should say your new book is war on ps the end of diplomacy and the decline of american influence hello ronin thanks for coming in good to be here thanks mike you were a diplomat can we say you're an attache we ever attache you don't know that i was an attache i was briefly a state department official how they will you go into that line of work i came to the government and afghantistan pakistan's specifically to work for richard holbrooke who was as we both know this larger than life character who had made peace in bosnia nia and died as it turned out trying to make peace in afghanistan and pakistan while i worked for and it was it was a interesting as you describe it interview process that included you in an anti room while he was taking a shower this is like lbj this is this is like robert caro stuff there are some colorful anecdotes that i think will turn people's heads as they read this one of which is richard holbrooke was famous for doing meetings in bathrooms this was not a me too thing this this was he was a scatter brained and oblivious kind of guy when it came to other human beings at times but incredibly brilliant incredibly loyal and so in the case of my job interview at the state department i interviewed with hillary briefly and kind of her antechamber and there's me in a cia guy that he was putting on his team and you know i in the eyes of richard holbrooke every higher was like a momentous thing or he made you feel like that right i mean tremendous showmanship and i was just a.
"ronin" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland
"Ronin george tied i'd be laughable i called tip your scales angel yes two was be late john the what con it is a it is a the pay a day eight c two the ma the ma as the on eaters the is a the easy okay toll the thanks mr really you dumb.