25 Burst results for "S. H. U. R."

Why Affirmative Action Is Setting Up Some Students for Failure

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Affirmative Action Is Setting Up Some Students for Failure

"You've written this superlative work inconvenient minority. Everybody needs to get this book. Everybody needs to read this book. The attack on Asian American excellence and the fight for meritocracy by Kenny Shu that's ex you Kenny shoe. I know you're not a psychiatrist. You're not a group psychologist, but you are out there. You are traveling the nation, talking about this discrimination. I have to ask a question based upon my personal experience. I was a fellow at Harvard in the 90s and 98 99. And I went to the Kennedy school as a fellow. I took some courses. And right there in the 90s, at the end of the 90s, I saw reverse discrimination. I saw people who were there at Harvard who were clearly there because somebody said, oh, you're the right skin color. You need to be here. And in my year there, I saw these people suffer. I saw them, you know, out of their depth, I saw them struggling to keep up. And I wanted to myself, and now after I've met you, I wonder even more, isn't there some kind of really detrimental effect, you're having on those you think you're helping by putting them in a situation that they're not ready for? Isn't this like a double whammy for the community that they're supposed to be assisting Kenny? First of all, thank you for mentioning that I'm touring the nation and you can book me at color us united dot org organization that are represent. Second of all, let's talk about yes. Let's talk about the damaging effects of racial preferences on the people that they're supposedly trying to help. So new studies have been released. Unfortunately, African Americans who get in because of affirmative action into these top law schools, for example, tend to graduate at the bottom of 25% of their law schools. That leads to lower salaries, that leads to lower confidence and these people, if they were just matched to the law schools in which they were qualified for it, they could have graduated the top of the class, they could have been well sought after for partnerships, law firms, everything like that. So I don't even get the sense that racial preferences is actually even helping these black individuals furthermore a new study showed that black stem majors tend to tend to drop out of stem at much higher rate because of affirmative action because they were put into courses in which they're ill equipped to compete,

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Jury in Jussie Smollett Trial Begins Deliberations

The Dan Bongino Show

01:10 min | 6 months ago

Jury in Jussie Smollett Trial Begins Deliberations

"Can you believe the juicy verdict is starving that hasn't come out yet What is going on in this jury room What could you possibly be talking about I'm not getting sidetracked What did you say Jim What did they say Right did Jeffrey Dahmer thing was only 5 What are they talking about in there What could you possibly be discussing If the small Yankees what could you be discussing for juicy There's nothing to discuss You know I had nothing surprises me anymore After watching the OJ verdict when I was a young man sitting in a doctor's office doctor Shu and Jamaica queens I was sitting in a waiting room waiting to have my shoulder looked at and watching the OJ verdict Everybody in the room go what I'm not surprised by anything If juicy gets off I'm telling you I wouldn't be surprised I want it on the record now I am not going to come back on the air if the verdict exhibit oh my gosh what a stunner juicy got off I mean if you're out 5 hours in this case holy

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"shu  r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

06:12 min | 7 months ago

"shu r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"World again right. Yeah as probably. Arabic is wild in arabic magic. Yeah and then. Obviously you can't make the jerry that quickly. It's it's an ongoing thing. So then every time i then work with that materia i would work at the at work at it at the rot planetary our so always corresponds to that planet so by the time that medicines finished it hopefully has so much of that planet's essence in it that i can use an would have petitioned for the planetary spirits to you. Know to to to to invoke some kind of a condition that petitioned for them missing so they can kind of bottle bottle that charge up because there's a lot of rules to come to a planetary election. Which when you choose a time it's very very precise and detailed at takes a long time to come to a right chats win you do find that right shah you wanna make the most of it at some working on a in one at the moment because the next time sentence in aquarius which is in its own sign would be another twenty nine years some things very long between opportunities. So you've got to take urgent twit to to them. Wendy opportunity arises right. Yeah well that was a three thirty in the morning ceremony so and if you tell us a bit more about that be allergy. She remedy well remedy. You know how you handle it. Well it was getting to the point where i was going to have to give up the the bees or will yet to give out the base because i was ending up in hospital too much and it is a fallacy. People think that if he gets stung lot editor immunity vs that. It's not the case song. Man yeah and that was in my case. Yes oh i just thought you know there's got to be another way at bat. Tunnels kinda thinking of modern beta commission. Bay caper about feddie hives. Time so it was kind of a loss light a lot. A lot of work. A lot of money spent boxes and things like that. So i decided to just open the think what the correspond to a car sponsored son honey carson venus and the happened to be the two hours that a next to each other in the caldeans order the planetary hours. So i'm just going to try. And i do notice they so much camera on those hours and of course i always suit up these days like in the past on maat notable always being that careful but these days i do and i'm always found in very much camera on the set of the sun the venus hours and i can invariably just howley without looking at a watch or a time when the mercury al comes in Because i knowed can say it in the bays. I can see they start to stretch. They start getting really agitated. They start getting really busy. And i just get the sense. Okay they angry. I'm going to close the hive. And then i'll check. My phone does say. Yeah so that relates exactly to the phrase that i read about you and that intrigued me when i first saw it. Said astrology is a way of life a livelihood. that's part of it. What other parts of your life. If well probably going to tell the everything but they kind of give us a few more examples. Are that way of life. That are different because you an astrologer and to to people who are not well for example. Being a mother of three boys I i definitely do look die. Followed chats like you would imagine. Would by looking. Every transit's i i kind of keep an eye on the big dacles because they very developmental so a check their shots closely in that regard and it not so much in terms of predictive thing but in the context of how can i best support the development and that when they undergo for example sun at the moment who is in a saturn fidora period and he and sat in his attended fits often associated with depression ming sad or just low energy and and he's just all of a sudden as this planet's kicked in he's just become very a he used to be very active but now is could he doesn't want to leave the house he's very he stays in his reward time. He doesn't want me just non enthusiastic about everything but my parents would worry you know to a degree on. He needs to get moving but pattern me knows he's going through satin right now and so that gives me a bit of understanding with how i can best support him. You know he needs maybe two time alone. Maybe i need to take the brothers away from him. He needs to be put to some kind of a productive work. In maybe making something will say. I can i. Can i guess. Look at the symbols and say how that applies to the child's development pattern that you know god girl loaded my own food. Say using the moon cycle for that planetary house for that. Sure as well sure some.

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"shu  r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

04:30 min | 7 months ago

"shu r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

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"shu  r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

04:35 min | 7 months ago

"shu r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"My my head saying the eagles fan with satin. So we didn't have because we've got ravens like better. So i thought well you know the the animistic world. It's the same biology you know anyone that could have just any car. Fine pass but because i recognize registered i knew in my heart that that was set in jupiter saint away so hit gorica timings. That's that's how it all works. It's happens with all kinds of practices that we think when you recognize symbols in a way that addresses don't that work will not recognize them as such of calls. Yeah and i think that's the work of like acknowledging the the symbolic synchronicity between the world's exactly Which is so much of young's work that he kinda went on about which was always heavily influenced by when in my modern days of the study. A bit i still. I still very much value. Yeoman's work our hit. He's he's incredible. Yeah definitely well for some reason before the interview. I did not announce that i'm gonna break and play some using for you but well of course those of you who know the show daybreak expecting that. So here we are. We will take a little break in that. Really interesting and lovely talk with shoe and listen to music again by pete on the beat under be dia remind you east a guy who offered us music for. Here's a listener after a regular listener afterthoughts armies. Podcast he's a musician. He has written that book almond gains and he is having an own website where he produces book summaries writes about various occult and personal development topics and chairs experiences from his own life path. So go dare if you have time. It's interesting website really and they also wanted to point out if you have time go and look on. He's music videos now. You're just listening. Of course because this is an audio podcast. Only that if you go to youtube to the pete on the beach channel i will link that also in there in the show notes and then you can not only listen to the music but wireless to the music you see this video installations because he's also video artists pete on the beat so our next track from him that we will hear now is called self sufficiency and Then we will return immediately to meet shula end. Continue our talk with her and immediately after talk trek number. Three by pete on the beat and this one is called trivia man. Seven seven seven. I guess all of you know what to be true. Vian men is no you. Don't okay i'll tell you know. Leonardo da vinci sky the middle of the pentagram. Damn man figure with the extended arm land area. Remember now. okay. Yes that's cold. Steady drove men. Okay so peter overby twist self sufficiency after that second part of our into you with lovely shoe yup and after the interview tracking number three by pete vitro vian men seven seven seven..

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"shu  r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

05:33 min | 7 months ago

"shu r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Save the magician is never laid. It's he who directs time right. Yeah okay so you just talked about astrology. And you're chinese astrology back to your father but your choice was completely different right. So it's based in today a in traditional astrology even maybe we could give a few definitions or should give a few definitions just to make make it clear what traditional astrology actually means. Also in your own terminology. Yeah a bit. Click in terms of that. I anything to me before the seventeen seventeenth century would class as i guess traditional classical but within that period i have interest in Various different forms of astrology like cl- hellenistic babylonian and generally arabic Based astrology the translations from the arabic period they might might kafer is a little bit of the renaissance stuff from a horror wet but generally yet generally hellenistic and arabic is the stuff that are really into i geek out on so we come to that in a moment but when you said the change it's no longer traditional astrology needs traumatology after the seventeenth century. So what what happened. In that period that has changed astrology. Well astrology was nearly lost completely. I you know due to all sorts of stuff. Religion like christianity I guess also the you know the the which charles and all the salsas stuff like that which all of us at a pass la van And then when it had a little bit of a mini revival in the eighteen. Hundreds it kind of earned the was able to be recognize any form of i guess. Serious study if it was lumped in with the area of psychology and so it all became very individual and psychological inside fire is that we really lost the essence of The the wholeness. The integrated wholeness of what astrology was to me. This was very much like either in now chemical tens of stage of separation. He you know we really like pulling the human than the the material completely out from the heavens and just seeing that as sort of individual con of unit and so stepping back as well. I guess the capanna casse and he's theories about the not being central the sun. How yeah. That was a big blow to astrology. But say this is the the the thing that the essence that i've really come to understand and And now trying to convince people that especially when you're reading traditional tex languaging can be is not meant to be interpreted literally it's very symbolic language. He tried to interpret it literally. That's where all sorts of judgments and flaws can come out and so this whole symbol of the earth. Being in the center of the celestial speed species is a model in a symbol. It's not necessarily the literal. Which is what this materialistic world. The is they find very hard to sort of step outside of that. That framework of mind. Yeah which also explains to. When the to knowledge of third planets beyond satan was present in people's minds and that they had the impression they had to add those planets to general astrology anti employees to was taken away again from them and so this created a whole whole bus around that and and traditional students. Worry about those things right. Yes i mean. I look at the outer planet. So that snip choon ernest mimouni as secondary thing to look at them because they are valid. But i do think that if he just looked at the seven planets it would still tell you the exact same things. Exactly what you need to know and these out upon it may just read reaffirm. The points at the seven traditional planets every have of course symbolic gene. Tell you that those two out of seven planets aren't even planet threat so exactly. Yeah exactly. yeah but this figure. Seven probably is a very important one in regards to traditional trilogy. Not just not just the name super dandan but the the number seven.

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"shu  r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

07:35 min | 7 months ago

"shu r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"Up there in the temple that the priests were showing me was a picture of a serpent which is one of the temples key set of symbols and then his statue of the dt of the temple. And a look at that. And i thought. Wow this is exactly my chat because the serpent is todd of the symbolism of rahu and ketu in the astrological chat the north node and south nodes symbolized by the serpent the dragon's head and the dragons and that was next to his deity statute which to me represented him. And i've got the south nod with the sun which represents my father in the talk house the place of temples sodom looked at that is a very physical manifestation of my child and saying yeah it was just a really tricky where uh saw all of these fragments of life come together and that is what a notary ten. Ken feel like very hot put into words. Yeah it's kind of like during absolutely. I mean we are here as we said. Initially we are here along. People who listeners are mostly very much educated into field but maybe not in particular in astrology tried to collect many many facet of the world. The general feeling probably is very related on together. And i think i think our people understand very well what you mean by. Yeah you said suddenly happened at nine team so at first no return that i want to astrology but was is really your first contact or have you been in contact before the age of nineteen. Maybe not active personally but with people who who practiced astrology. Or how did it to your life. Yes well very subconsciously. As well i know. I am very few positions of my father but one of the many to things that our own of his and one of them is a copper tooling of accordion pace of that. He made when he was sick in hospital. And the other thing was an astrology book which i haven't really read. It's it's more like a pop culture sort of chinese astrology folk. It's always been sitting on my shelf and wasn't really i'm not into into chinese is i don't know much about china's a stolen jeep but it was just something that i came across on a visit bacter- malaysia when the when i was much younger and i saw his name written in the book. And i thought i'm gonna take this is it was just as someone else so i guess it's always been in the background. I i guess. I was into horoscopes. And things like that. But nothing like what anyone else wouldn't would be into. You know it wasn't anything is definitely an interest but it was just for some reason. I wake up at nineteen and i had to study at our wrong someone that i knew who was tavern radar. I said do you know any teaches. She pointed me to someone else and that someone else. You don't need to heaven astrology teaching you just need to go to the theological society bookshop and find yourself a book. Look for pan robin. Saw a lewitt straight there you know to. The city took a train into the city. And i looked at rob hands book. And i thought oh my god. This is so complicated. I'm never going to be able to teach this to myself. And then i looked around on the edge of the bookshelf. There was a tiny little advertisement. Which is about ten centimeters wide by like a business card and it just said astrology listens weekly pay by the week which was a student at the time so i could never afford to pay. I can afford twenty dollars a week. That's fine and happened to be just around the corner to where i was living. So all these things have always fallen into my lap. So i guess nothing in consciously you know meant to be but it was all meant to be when you when you said that about you being very young girl and your father diety where four i i remember a story i had with one of i guess just recently bianca on the waste at south african artists living in paris and she had very similar experiences with her cult awakening so to speak where her father died at very young age. And i sometimes ask myself now. Those stories are very obvious in that sense but I wonder what's your opinion. That sometimes have the impression that that mostly young children under the age of seven or so are in general much more open to the. Let's call it the spirit world to take a straightforward name right and so are also much more open to receive those instructions and do you think the fact that it has happened very early in your age with father's loss that this has changed something for the remainder of your life in that respect or Or is that just a coincidence. Well i guess guess who degree. Because i've never really questioned the fact that there was a spirit world. I've always kind of felt that i have had relationship with my fathe- and that might same ludicrous to people. That maybe aren't in my situation but yeah it. it's never been something to question at all. But i guess that's also based on my father's side of the family include yeah into the spooks off was a remember a time when i was about a sixteen or seventeen My friends and i had planned to camping trip away by ourselves. I know adults and there was some older people there that we could drive and you so it was really like i was really really excited looking more to and my aunt. My father's sister happened to be an australian at the time. And she said. I've just had this dream. You can't go to these camping trip so and you can imagine how devastated i would've been as a sixteen seventeen year old gal. You know because that was something we've been looking forward to for ages and it didn't go and so that's how i guess strong and important. These messages have serious. These messages taken in my father's side of the family. Not my mom just goes along with it but did something happened in during that trip. That confirmed that she was right or did they all came back safely. 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"shu  r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

04:05 min | 7 months ago

"shu r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"shu  r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

05:44 min | 7 months ago

"shu r." Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"As always your host here on the thoughts hermes podcast and it is my pleasure to welcome you back. Also this week for a new episode and our guest here today will be australian astrologer shoe. Yup i hope that you had pleasant tweak and you've you really enjoyed last week's episode and i hope it would be just the same old this week. She up is a very fascinating personality. That i discovered by the help of our most fervent listeners. Here she knows when she listens. That i mean her and i was very grateful to be honest. It's always very nice when i hear from you. And from people that you found that might be in string for his It has happened several times that i interviewed guys and linked girls. Who really i discovered through your help so together with your music suggests in the music that you of course have recorded and have also written and this is a very exciting addition to all can't present here and Well if sometimes. I cannot follow all your tips and drags on. Don't be mad at me. That is just too much It's great that you do that and once again. This time is discovered that. I made thanks to one of you and i really grateful because she was lovely to talk and also very very interesting as a person right. So this also podcast. You know it by now. I hope if not go to our website. www saucer miss dot com. That's t. h. o. T. h. e. r. s. dot com and find out all about us and also all about the previous one hundred and one episodes. No one to sorry episode already so and you can also find all the show notes and all the links to the respective people and there were kanter books etc exit ramp plenty plenty of stuff to discover. Also leave me some feedback. There ever contact formed air. You have to email address info. Ethel's hermes dot com there. And you have even voicemail. Haven't been using voice belatedly lot so guys. Let me hear your voice. Send me a voice. Mail from the website. Always lovely to hear from you right and while you're there you know what's coming hadrian. Yes guys i need you. I need your help support Every week kit costs some money. And i'm happy that we have some supporters really helped me carrying de long sank. Y'all and well would be nice if some more of you that we got more and more weekly listeners. I'm very happy and very proud of that. So he is. Also if the number of patriots increase a little bit goto patriot dot com and look for saucer is podcast. T h. podcast is too short for it. And if that's too hard to find also go to the website then. There is the patriot button. They're not to worry. Even on the youtube channel under each episodes you find the first line racist supporters podcast sent. You have linked to pedro air so no excuse. Thank you and well those a are regulars and more and more of you are. They know what's coming now. Music of course and once again this music from one of our listeners sees called pete pete of the beat is his pseudonym believe he's copied but he goes by pete on the beat then he is musician and his music and music tracks that he sent me he tries to incorporate the ark of turntable with heavy eighty eight. Synth middle decent court progressions. Well he hopes that we liked him. And i'm sure you like them. It's a very very very nice type using but of course it's not just like that music. In the way he describes it it's all links to his personal called path and also the titles of course of the tax that we have here today they reflect that. so it's it's really influenced by his cult. Work has also not only read music but also written a book about omar gains. I didn't know what means actually but baby this. Because i'm european so i looked it up. It's one meal a day one. They games practical self. Help and natural bodybuilding so interesting maybe should have look into. That would certainly make me look a bit a bit. Well slimmer. let's put it that way right okay but enough blur now. Let's listen to his first track of music and well the title of the track that page john beat created here valley tasks to be the first one here on the thermes podcast. It's called as above so below much more to say. So pete on the beat and his as above so below. Enjoy.

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"shu  r." Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

07:35 min | 7 months ago

"shu r." Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"It's TED Talks daily. I'm your host, Elise Hugh. Dads should be taking time off after a new baby is born, because paternity leave benefits everyone, including businesses. Author and feminism advocate shoe matsuo post makes that case from an episode of our video series. The way we work. Looking for the perfect holiday gift, universal yams is a snack subscription box that delivers tasty treats from a different country every month straight to your door. Universally young snack boxes include snacks and candies that'll satisfy the pickiest eaters and the biggest foodies in your life. The boxes come with trivia and games making it an activity the whole family will enjoy. Universal yums holiday box makes a great holiday gift, with yummy holiday treats from different countries like Italy, Argentina, Sweden, and more. Go to universal yums dot com and order by December 25th with the code Ted to get up to $30 off. Like history? Then you'll love who when, wow. A new tinker cast original podcast from the creators of wow in the world. Each week, host Rebecca sheer brings you into the lives of unsung heroes, heroines, and amazing humans who will make you say, wow, like Shirley Chisholm, Roberto Clemente, Harry Houdini, and many more amazing change makers, you might not hear about in school, but who brought plenty of wow to our world? Who went wow is available every Wednesday wherever you get your podcasts or the sun ad free and one week early by subscribing to one day plus kids in Apple podcasts or one plus in the one re app. I remember the day. My wife was three months pregnant and I knew that I wanted to take time off. But when I walked into my boss, I was so nervous. I was about to ask for 7 months of paternity leave. And I just didn't know how my boss were react to that. Like most men in Japan, I grew up being told that masculinity is supposed to look a certain way. You're supposed to be stoic and strong. Dominant and in control. The breadwinner for your family. But when I met my wife, she challenged me on that. She pushed me and thinking that men should always pay for dates. I'm assuming that women should always do the child care. Japan offers both mothers and fathers 12 months of paid parental leave. It's been ranked number one in the world in terms of length and compensation for paternity leave. But here's the crazy thing. In 2020, only about 7% of all those two kit. And of that 7%, three quarters took a leave of two weeks or less with pressure at work. Most Japanese man just aren't at home during this pivotal time. And that's a shame, because paternity leave, it benefits everyone. Here's why I normalizing it is so important. I believe deeply in gender equality. I took my wife's last name and even wrote a book about it, and still, I was terrified asking for paternity leave. I'd heard of bosses denying the request. A questioning their employees masculinity. I was scared that in asking for time off, I might be replaced or left behind, but my boss, he accepted my request right away, which made me feel so valued and let me focus on what was most important. My family. I can describe how much joy I got seeing my newborn son each day. I especially loved my early morning shifts with him, so his mom could sleep in. When he was a newborn, we just got on the couch. And when he got a little bigger, he became my best workout buddy. As a cheerleader during my morning runs in his stroller. Or as a human dumbbell for squats and biceps girls. I feel so close to my son now. And it's not just me. Men who take paternity leave experience a stronger bond with their babies. Research shows that the longer the paternity leave, the more engaged the father is in the first few years of a child's life. I was shocked to learn that over half of all U.S. fathers report feeling dissatisfied with the amount of time they spend with their children. Paternity leave is a chance to change that. My relationship with my wife also deepened on my leave. We went on a walk together every day. And I became a better cook and cleaner because I was able to spend more time on household duties, which made her happy. In a McKinsey and company survey, 90% of fathers who took paternity leave say, it improved their relationship too. This happens along a few different dimensions. First, because you gain a whole new respect for what's involved in child care and housework. And it makes you step up and take home more. And by being home, you're providing emotional support. Statistics show that when a mother's partner is involved, especially in the first few weeks after birth, it reduces the risk of postpartum depression significantly. But this is really just the start because paternity leave is also good for business. Fraternity leave can have a profound impact on gender equality in the workforce. There's an inherent imbalance if women take child care leave and men don't. Work your mothers are often juggling two full-time jobs, one at work, and one at home. Many don't return to the workforce or decide to take reduced roles. By taking paternity leave, men can give women more options, and even boost their ability to rise into leadership roles. A study in Sweden showed that for every month of parental leave taken by the father, the mother's earnings increased by approximately 7%. It's interesting to note that 90% of female students in Japan say they'd want their future partner to take parental leave. And nearly 80% of men entering the workforce here. And I suspect in other countries too. Say they want to take particular leave. For employers to have that open, inclusive culture where paternity leave is respected, that can help companies attract and retain the best talent. Workers are increasingly choosing the company based on the culture. This is a space where any company can give themselves a boost. I've been back on my job for about three months now, and I can already tell you, I feel so much more productive. I'm very focused and always looking for ways to be more efficient. So I can get home to my family. I've heard this from many mothers coming back from maternity leave, too. And studies confirm 80% of companies that offer paid family leave reported positive impact on morale and 70% notice a boost in productivity. It's a positive for any company, and that brings me to my final point. Paternity leave, it's good for society. Paternity leave is one of the big steps we can make in giving partners the opportunity to share the work both at home and at work. It's one of our best best to break the gender gap overall. Research shows that when that gender gap gets smaller, people report higher life satisfaction. Iceland, Norway, and Finland, ranked top three in the global gender gap index, and over 70% of fathers take paternity leave. And if you take a look at the ranking in the world haps report, there are very, very high. This might be a coincidence, but I don't think so. That freedom to be yourself and make choices without gender expectations. It feels really good. We live in a patriarchy. And what I've realized is that the same world that systematically favors men, it's also trapping us in a cage. We need more countries to set up systems that allow all parents to take paid child care leave. To give everyone new options, we need to build a culture that encourages and values men as caretakers. Because we can do it, too. PRX..

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"shu  r." Discussed on Men, This Way

Men, This Way

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"shu r." Discussed on Men, This Way

"It became like kind of unnatural to me. The guy would walk out of an apartment or restaurant and then like make my way out to get the other side So that i felt like i was able to protect her physically man. You know she was like hey thanks for doing this for. Can i ask why you're doing this. I was like oh. I thought i have to do it because i read that in in dating books but i never really thought about so. Those questions really made me made me think like why do these things in my actually offending some people by doing this way. Yes so You know what comes up for me. As you're sharing that because i can so relate to that journey of of of although i never did the things because i thought i had to at least not those types of things in fact Because i never read. Those dating book spoke. What i did grow up with was strong mothers. I already knew they didn't need me to do any of that shit. They didn't need their men to do any of that stuff. So i sort of gesture that. And i was like i don't need to do any of that and i was initially in funding. I would be. I would be offended if a woman didn't offer to pay her the half of dinner on a first date. I wouldn't let her most likely but a part of me was like if she doesn't even at least reach for the wallet she's done but see now man see. I've had an evolution around that same. The street side of the sidewalk. I dated a woman from south america. Who is very sort of chivalrous in her thing but it was very obligatory. Like i have to do those things like you. You said both times. I just thought i was supposed to do that. And again i think very cultural to in america are we very much value independence and so i think any any sort of at agregation put onto my shoulders. Even by a woman was met with oral. No i'm not doing the obligation stuff. But.

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Report: John Lausch to stay on as top federal prosecutor in Chicago until successor found

Bob Sirott

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Report: John Lausch to stay on as top federal prosecutor in Chicago until successor found

"Congressional hearings will continue. Today. Chicago's top federal prosecutor is sticking around for the time being. The White House will allow U. S Attorney John Lounge to remain in office. Until a successor is confirmed by the U. S. Senate Lounge was originally asked to step down by February. 28th by the Biden administration to change comes after US senators Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth's wrote a letter to Biden Healing Lau Shu, who's nominated by President Trump. Their life, but also called for Biden to keep washing

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"shu  r." Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"shu r." Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Then also we've got a squad that's kinda questionable for the season that a lot of people were excited to play against yet detroit today. Sei is doing their best to resign players who you might recognize on that list to start. They have ford counteracts ford slash defender roddy green. Everyone's favourite cyrus eighty in the midfield. They have wingback kevin venegas. They also have black ariel winner for the last year in zimbabwe international Ten badge era and for the women's side resign their captain. Sarah huque so they're showing that they're trying to do the best. They can to bring back some players and because of covid a lot of these sightings need to like run through certain channels. I know that a few players. They wanna bring back before but they couldn't because they had to go back to their home countries which is unfortunate but like all these things have to be verified by the league and by the whole soccer federation which is really interesting to see because never been an issue before that is interesting. So why does this have to happen. Because i feel like. Do you know if you're going to be in the us or not been then you sign on and then you go one meet. Certain players have to give visas like i know. He used to have a decent amount of english players who had to get visas to make sure they could stay if they don't get the visa that lets them. Stay in play sports. It's got out. Sports works when it's like determining signed for in soccer which something you don't really see other sports involve america ceo. I wanted to go play in switzerland by. I need to get a swiss work visa. And if i don't get the visa applied the whole deal falls apart because i can't be in the country legally so ladies and make sure that they're ok to be here as a worker quote unquote. Some players goes great. Stephen carroll centreback irish goes great. Some players does not go great. It might be the reason why certain players have taken longer to decide to the rostered. Actually since the play is because their visas to go through all the stuff and come back as okay and sometimes it doesn't for whatever reason it is by detroit cities reloading. They're doing the best they can bring back the team. That won the nisha fall. Showcase still. don't know where the species is going to start because cove. It is very much a thing and it's done. Its best to disrupt the season as it has done with a lot of other things and we've got the wild card of the Virus variants those..

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"shu  r." Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"shu r." Discussed on Daily Detroit

"The team in detroit. That's really grateful and everything but like in terms of who they hire and in terms of who they put charge of tabin herbs the players. They sign been a lot of really weird things. I don't think the lions can be truly great. Instill you know they get away from the ford family or one of the ford straps up and plays for the lions and realize how tough it is and then they decided you know what we should give more stuff proper things. It's opposed to just you know thinking what we wanna do trying to be cost efficient. I don't know. I could raise a ton of money for charity by putting an effigy of the ford family in the middle of ford field and letting people tackle them. Can you imagine martha ford as a slot. Receiver going across the middle. It'd be terrible. People would light her up. It would not be fair. That's why needs to be an effigy. Because i don't want anybody to get hurt. Yeah i don't see how it none of them don't get hurt even stepping on the field so there was some criticism around this deal around the idea that there is quantity over quality. Do you see that or do you see it's like hey. We just need as many tools as we can right now because we got a lot of work to do. I'm not really mad at the draft picks. I mean they're not and this draft. Which i think is a bit of a letdown. Because every year drafts are kind of a crap. Shoot some years going into this draft. Seem like they're going to be really great and some us going to the drafts can be terrible. Next year's draft could be a very great draft. They could be very it. And when it's very ex-draft you kinda wanna get your draft. Pick early on in with the lions draft picks. The rams probably being pretty good next year lower draft pick. I know that a chance to get another top ten. Pick by trading the carolina but carolina currently doesn't really have much to offer back in terms of player personnel. So while they would've gotten another nice. Pick giving stafford away. Just for solely draft picks. I don't think would have been okay. I think the reason why goff was was because his contract which was really given the year after the super bowl was terrible for his output and they needed a team that had enough capital to absorb it and thankfully the lions or a team like that. So yeah no. I honestly think the train is okay If they would have got out of it without needing did absorb goff's contract would be definitely a win. But you know. I mean it's not the worst red lines have made recently so i can live with it like we said earlier. It shows that they re truly are trying to rebuild. It's the end of an era. The start of a new one idea that i talked about turned out to be flat wrong and i fully admit that because the patriots were the only team on matthew stafford's no trade list. How what do you think about that. Yeah no a of patriots fans are like. It's because he's not that good. He's under five hundred as a quarterback you know he's twenty eight hundred five hundred zero quarterback we don't want him any ways you know. He wouldn't follow the patriot way. Do you know why he's twenty eight hundred five hundred as a quarterback because you're kirk defensive coordinator was the head coach and Ran this ship right into the rocks over and over and over again. And he doesn't want to be around him and it kind of answered the question like report. People like stafford lake patricia because he never really publicly came out and said anything. Because that's the face of a franchise..

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"shu  r." Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"shu r." Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"But it didn't work out that way and that's when i realized that that japan actually has a pretty rigid law regarding Ha chain name after marriage. It's actually illegal at this at this time to cause any day they have a double barrelled name but some wives can just keep their names and the husband keeps their name as well. All right. yeah so it's not illegal to change your name eighties legal but it's illegal to have separate names. Oh say a married couple. The same last name as a married couple in japan. And of course you can combine your last name Barrows exactly on that. So you know for for mice case. Japanese nationals Married a foreign national. So i was able to take her new name already. Was matt sale post so i ended up doing that during that process. I just realized that how much this society was stilted in men's favor. Because i never had to think about that as a man growing up as in the male dominant society. Where pretty much. All the man that i knew back when i was growing up. They kept their name. Sinn wife stick their names right. So i didn't have to think about it until i actually went through the name changing process. And that got me to think about the gender inequalities in in the everyday life. So i started to do more research and what i found was pretty astounding so i decided to write and I really wanted to share the message with with other men because it during this process i felt like i found my authenticity i was craving and i became more about life more like myself the the person that i wanted to become and it was a journey and i wanted to share that journey with other people and i decided to write this book. Well that's a very well is interesting. I've learnt now a few things about japan because different countries have different rituals some countries. That are very very rigid. And very kind of mask. Then you don't know what. The laws are light coming in the philippines for example divorces and allowed as a against low by. You know you have to as a foreign national. You can do it in another country but very heavily catholic. So i think the vatican. He's place where is very illegal and there's other things that goes on a good to have this. I saw some papers as good to trample. Because you learn a lot about cultures even if you try that way i mean not just stayed in a hotel and So yeah. I didn't ever at japan. And as i mentioned to you off affair you know i'm hoping to get japan house. Jeff olympics in los Explore like to explore the country and speak to local cable..

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What it's like inside a prisoner transport van

WNYC Programming

08:30 min | 1 year ago

What it's like inside a prisoner transport van

"Know, with like two seats on either side. It's like a Greyhound bus. And I mean, instead of a cushy ceased at the Greyhound bus is happy. They had these little part plastic siya and you have to deal with these CEOs and every guy we talked to about this had something to say about how the CEO's act when they're on those transport buses. And you Talk. I'll pull this bus over and kick you. And if you get up without asking to go to the restroom, you will get DP. So what is dp me? Disciplined, physically physically disciplined, And if they do hear some talking, they're going to stop the bus Pull you off the bus. Give you a little bit of what they call it. They used to call it. What was it wrote there? That's what they do. Religiousness, just a gang a threat to us and what's the longest right that you've been on? It was three days going from prison, a prison of prison prison prison collect and everybody that was going to the shu in other places, and we went all the way up north to Crescent City, which is like Eureka. Oh, you're almost in Oregon and I actually went through organ to get to Pelican Bank Indian stopped at one of the prisons and you'll stay there overnight. And sometimes they put you to say you've been a hallway just sitting on a bench all night waiting on them to come get me, But I say it is nice. Uh, I've had some hippie, right? I believe you, but not like Mambo Alley. My name's Elita Bora. I served 12 little over 12 years in the California Department of Corrections been home about four years now. Back and wanted to say was around 2008. I got transfer away from San Quentin because they needed the cells for hire custody, incarcerated people so They shipped me off to California Men's colony. Okay. But the thing that is really difficult for Ali is that he had been taking college classes at San Quentin, right, And they don't have a program like that at CMC. So when he got transferred All of that stopped. And so I Li started doing everything he could to get back to San Quentin. The executive director of college programs like Live Just Hang tight. We're going to try to get you back so you can finish your college degree. I was like, OK, cool. Pretty soon Ali got called to a classifications here, which is an administrative thing you have to do before your transfer. So they called me two classifications like Yeah, she did it. She's get me back to San Quentin. So I go up in the classifications hearing and they're like, Yeah, we'll put you up for transfer and I'm just sitting there. Got my arms folded a little bit, You know, thinking, Yeah, they did this. This is yeah. You go into an out of state facility. Out of state facility. Yeah, they used to do that do that. It was common when the federal courts told California tto Lord overcrowded and as was like you've got to be kidding me. I'm supposed to be going back to San Quit in the classification hearings. They don't even let you talk man. I tried to talk. They just like well about to bring that up with your counselor and went back to the dorm. I was devastated. So Ali, facing another long ride on the great ghouls. This time he's headed out of state and a world away from San Quentin in the college classes, and it's like when you move anywhere. It's like you're starting a new life on ly In this situation. You have no control over it. You have no idea what that life is going to be. You're taking away from everything that's familiar. And your life is totally in somebody else's hands.

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2020 Fall Movie Preview

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:11 min | 1 year ago

2020 Fall Movie Preview

"Hi everybody I am Peter Travers and welcome to this special edition of Popcorn where creed you all the movies opening between Labor Day and New Year's Eve I know wait what aren't we in a pandemic Will really be moved this fall and theaters to show them in I mean the answer to both those questions is a huge. Yes. Sixty two percent of all US theaters are open now and there's going to be more to come covid permitting, of course, and those movies that can't make it to the multiplex will be available for rental or streaming in sickness and in health people, you can't keep a good movie down. So let's start with the blockbusters that are out there. Number one is tenant. Brain Teasing epoch from Dark Knight Director. Christopher. Nolan. That's geared to fire up the fall season and in theaters and with your mask and distancing in place you can strap in for this kind of Christopher Nolan throw ride and watch the spy master he's played by John David Washington give James Bond a run for his money you know you just have to. Get your head around the physics in this movie. Maybe don't know about how you can go forward and backwards in time at the same time I don't know either I was a little confused by that but you'll be glued to the visual miracles that are on screen here every cent of tenants two, hundred, million dollars production budget shows up onscreen Eisele popped. Jaw dropped pulses. Oh, pound all that good stuff movies and back baby. So what else do we have? We have Moulin which is out there right now and you'll check in Disney plus to watch this because it's not in theaters but you can rent it and you could see live action film of the Disney animated hit about a young woman who disguises. Herself as a man to replace her sick father in the Imperial Army the new moon is not musical and there's no comic relief from eating Murphy as the Voice of a fast talking dragon named Moo Shu. This is not that kind of movie. There's no whitewashing but using Western actors in the drawn from Chinese legend and as Rouland the astounding Lou ye. Leads in Asian cast that includes martial arts icon jet. Li is the emperor up and China's leading actress Gong Li as shape shifting witch who teaches on how to survive and prosper in a man's world. Look move on is not your typical princess. She's a warrior fighting for her place in the world prepare to be well. Next up wonder woman one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, the sequel to the two thousand seventeen smash that made a star of Gal. Gadot, remember her places the DC comics immortal wonder woman into the cold. War where she does battle with the media tycoon played by Pedro Pascal and the villainous Cheetah played by Kristen Wiig always to me an asset in any movie Chris. Pine also returns Steve Trevor The American. Pilot that one woman loves I know didn't he die the last time during World War? One people you gotta go with this this is Hollywood. So if we can borrow wonder woman's last sube truth for a moment, credibility isn't the issue here. It's the show stopping stunts engineered by returning director Petty Jenkins executed by Godot, and she's a formal Israeli military structure. So you know you're in for a really good time. Next up is black widow look wonder woman has competition already. You know we've been waiting since spring for Marvel to let its first solo black widow epic out of storage and into theaters. Now, the wait is over Scarlett. Johansson is back in action as Natasha Romanoff Aka black widow. She's the Russian assassin with no superpowers road just skills she's like the female Batman this Prequel looks back, Arjun story in it's a doozie forints pugh is there as Natasha, surrogate says sister and Rachel Vice is the leader of this black widow organization. It's not just one black widow you can become a black widow tells witness business. So Watch your back wonder woman next up candyman there's nothing like the Primo horror. Film to get us all back in the dark of a theater where we can scream bloody hearts out behind a mask of course, end with get outs Jordan peele writing the screenplay. This direct sequel to nineteen ninety two's cult fright fest stars Watchmen Emmy nominee Jadu Martine the second as a visual artist drawn back to those housing projects in Chicago's Cabrini-green where he was born now the whole place is gentrified beyond recognition but the green is still haunted by Candyman Tony Todd an urban legend who still kills anyone who summoned him by saying his name five times. Okay. Altogether now with me candyman candyman candyman candyman candyman, we did it. So I'm looking around here to see if some him up. Okay next up no time to die look no red blooded movie Fan is GonNa Think of missing Daniel. Craig's fifth and final outing James Bond you know for my money Craig and Sean Connery are in dead heat for the best bond ever. This one directed by Kerry from Gonzaga who did true detective from Script Co written get this by sleeping bags phoebe Wall Rich Daniel Craig asks for her because he really wants a little feminist touch to this. This is the. Twenty fifth, all seven Cape and you know this is a record and we're GONNA lose Daniel Craig. But in the movie James Bond's been retired for five years and he gets called back in. You know that's what happens to everybody from the Godfather on. You know Bohemian Rhapsody oscar-winner. Rami ballot plays the facially scarred villain named SAFM and he's described the director as more dangerous than anyone bond has ever encounter. Man How about you?

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"shu  r." Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"shu r." Discussed on For Your Reference

"There's there's also a trivia that I just WANNA mention Before I forget before I forget the Trivia the counterfeit bills that they used in the second movie said in dog we trust and during the shooting. Some extras walked off with that. And they use it in Las Vegas or no. The situation was out of control that the production was briefly. Shut down when the FBI went to the department to do an investigation. That's some good girls pay some attention. Wow yeah out of tried that as well and I will play my Darnay like who is this sexy man. I'm the one the Knox who I am. Why do you do that? Well having hot diggity dog but all everything. Everything was special about this. Yes there are moments that if your cynical and you're sitting there you could predict the storyline but it is enough to have emotional investment. If you allow yourself it's not about the bloody storyline. Get off your body offices but I feel like the story is quite good quite good but it's not about it a low no Russia fighting breath. Rav you coming on me at least not yet anyway. It's not it really. Is it the dynamism between Lee and Kada alone is worth us on that chair for ninety minutes and when Lethal Cada died? Oh so sweet. Oh so lovely so many good moments in this movie. Yeah I especially really enjoyed the first one. I didn't really careful the exuberant sort of production. I didn't care that they will flying off the Eiffel Tower. Like the dynamic everything that made magical the first film. I didn't need any sort of extravagant off to that not to say that the rest of them were bad. But I really enjoyed the first one with with you know with more Hans trying to get into the poor you know or dipping into the port you get earthy for his own mind you get a little bit more flavor so that's happened in this and understandably so because it got so much money vast movie and they're like you're GonNa do better you all so understandable. It's just the way the businesses and you know just got a Ri- that motu right and before we rent a movie dirty movie for nine ninety five. Let's expensive movies as is other rate of renting back in the early two thousands. Yeah I think that's quite in there in a hotel will follow like sense now. Something very outside a hotel slipping a CD under Nikita Bounds of was show. They guy no contact. We love you guys that that is my band aid for at all. let's finish off in a segment. We call for your friend. I'll reference Shanghai noon. Oh I know I know what you people saying L. Sparing No. It's not fun. It's lot hearted. It's not boring. It's fine go. Jackie Chan doing his best in the Western world. You Know Cowboys. And all you need one to jockeying you've got oh and Wilson who's kind of adorable though much to say about him but he's likable. I think this is your coach mate. Lucy Liu and Walton. Gog is do. I need to say well once in Gaza Shanghai. We're watching it. I've not watched may of course watched it for half what succession. What about you I will reference Drunken Mazda? Ooh The film series If you WANNA DABBLE IF YOU WANNA detail in I guess you can start off with forbidding kingdom as well it's got check Chan in it and gently. They fight each other. I'm pretty sure I'm still right. I don't remember who won by. He didn't win. That would be a sham but drunk and Mazda definitely. Oh yeah you gotTA GIVE OUT FOOD STAPLE FOR SURE? It's a lot of movies of borrowed from it. Sorry I'm stilling thunder here. Yeah ooh like Lee. Even though it was more Bruce Lee but Lee with his drunken master in Naruto and I didn't find an organic way to say it. I don't really care to imagine what celebrities look like naked but I kinda WanNa know what. Jackie Chan looks like naked to should be something there Human Chris Tucker running naked through the streets actually was real. 'cause I couldn't close down the set so they that's another fun fact for you is a thank you so much Sticking around we take your conned around who Walton. Gugans it up to Hannah's another week in the foyer reference household friends. Love is Come and fight me. Jackie Chan everything chuck. Norris who you'd be Bruce Lee. You've really turned her when his talk. John Zarrella Dot. I'll meet you in the car park Bro. You know where our you see you on twitter and instagram. We are for your f-fund educator writer Sediba a low of Oya reference podcast. No you can. I think we found out drunken master a new radio. Fyi report goes will do what we're GONNA do it and we're going to do now all right. You can rot us. David lower called. I've got the Chris Tucker bog at AIDS affect it's infectious. Walk Chris Tucker starring parasite. I don't think those are the peaches one. Can you know? He can't come us for how good week and we'll see you later who..

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"shu  r." Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

13:44 min | 2 years ago

"shu r." Discussed on For Your Reference

"Bowls bowl she gets hotter gets broken legs. E Briggs is fuck and buck. Yeah doing his own. The second movie is the one where he likes lights through that small sort of I n Bar right. Fuck man and to watch that and to know that he's actually doing it about goes. Scott Parker just elevates them over to a different stratosphere because Fara this old few people that do this and and it just you know I'm all in I'm all in I'm like give me rush off fifty and I'll be there. Watching him was like Jackie. Chan is still jacked Jackie Chan. It's rough workshop. My brain isn't as active as it used to be. Friends and lovers just have patients who would you think could win in a fight between Jackie Chan Jet? Li Chris. Tucker come on. Oh we'll Jackie Chan was invited into my heart chambers well before gently originally Same Age Jackie's older. Well still a we mall or we're talking about in their prime easily about in their prime prime gently the wadden and drunken Mazda. Jackie Chan ommercial talking about the film's or you're talking about the abilities because Jackie hens down. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'd go check as well then why you'd be swayed a bit gentlest talented faulk as well. So you know. Kudos to him Kids of age friends and lovers You know people talk a lot about thirty traps. Do you know what that is? Not What did you say? A thirst trap do off-season on your secret grinder account okay. So essentially it's like trying to try to have sixty further and trying to get people thirsty. Essentially ot lays comfort traps where he tries to trap you in Kung Fu conundrums. It A it was one of the contest. It's one of the biggest debates you had the growing up but it's called chain have jockeyed gently. Inde- half Chuck Norris. It have Bruce Lee. How `Bout Shamu shy. You Know Sambi he was like a comfy muster and he had a crossover with Chuck Norris. Some I think Sir I said seven whole Salloum. You've never heard of him before go. Is it a martial arts guy? Fans and love is a meet you at the semi solstice. So you talk about you. Missed the blades. Or whatever billy blanks shooting blanks. Okay if you haven't intimidating name why would your name be blanks to quick? Wait I think that would be a good like escort name? Hib I'm billy blanks. You don't need to worry gotta do raw dogging but like the fact that you mentioned. Jackie Chan Jet Li. That just shows you. He flew back to violet debate. And there's no contest Jackie Chan. He's the granddaddy of concrete. Jackie Chan Chuck. Norris you're serious Jackie Chan's nipples could cut chuck Norris's neck made. The people are there who believe Chuck Norris Pete. Bruce Lee fails qualified. What's so if how you GonNa souped-up Junkin Doris Anyway? That was just a conspiracy theory or whatever we want to screen this right now before I even tweet about our represent. Jackie Chan's nipples could cuts USC. Norris says with an apostrophe because I know my gramma neck in half we'll just cut his neck right send tweet mother focus. You have no idea where you'd I say. Should I say? Fight ME MYSELF. In concert on Nickelodeon. Did you get that in Kenya? Also every Saturday Morning Gospel but I guess also at the same time like do. We need to pin these masters together. All I can. Jackie Chan Be Jackie Chan. It's the like you'd want to know them top dog every time. You know the Spurs. Ooh I am seeing a young Jackie Chan and it is moistening. My Jackie. Chan's wow you off whow my what a world. Let's give some love to Chris. Tucker think well so. Did you know Chris? Tucker aside from Friday. I didn't think so black assault things in More showers his biggest fan ball. He warned he warned me over with his performance in Russia. Okay yeah so I was definitely a fun of him. I didn't 'cause I mentioned to you while watching it. I didn't Really Watch Chris. Tucker when he was out so he kinda feels like a blend of Eddie Murphy and Chris. Rock to me Arkansas. And it's just because I haven't really me about the time I was supposed to probably consume I can see that. But he's he does so few people who could have done this role like he did without coming off as complete astles. Okay Yeah Yeah actually. So what the fuck that? He carried out. You're like in the fast in fast calment and he was walking up to the FBI ability as he'd rather those like give it. I don't get people like that people that just lack self awareness and they just they just expect things to be given to them but the difference with his character is. He's really malicious in any way. So I think we give him a lot of graces his heart on his sleeve so his is is definitely putting himself out there. Like it doesn't mean bad by any of it and then you have him like flirting in the first movie as well Our Record Oregon. The movie doesn't get made now. Well it didn't get made into these staged cancel. That's not why go cancels gob each Like it's crossing a lot of Some of the is that we tend to see you running out of toilet paper to wipe your ass use the script it just can we talk about the TV. Repeat for like two seconds The cussing crop. I think that was the biggest issue. Well it was such an iconic film franchise that you couldn't not associate the act is personalities to the characters because you think about Brett Ratner again. He was a fanta. Jackie Chan so obviously. Jackie Chan was at the epicenter. And then you had Chris Tucker improvising a lot of his lion said. These actors brought a lot into these roles. So it's hard not to associate them when you would watch. Tv Roberto of it. And I think especially with cod. His character Chris Tucker's character. They didn't want to play it too hot because then people will be like. Oh He's trying to Krista but what it did was he fell flat. And you didn't want to root for him. You didn't even care for him. It kind of reminds me you know when you watch like Adam and dragon ball volition. I feel like just for fun. We should cover that. One of these days Aside from the fact that the Chinese GRANDPA had a white grandson. That's a story for another day. Like fifty cent having eighty babies like Boma had like one blue stripe in her hair so it kind of like sometimes when you have like anime live action kind of waters down the vibrancy of the source material. I felt like that's what happened to the TV shirt off Hollywood just lazy writing. 'cause lifted Abeille from the script of the original movie and executed poorly. Because they didn't want to because they didn't say. Do you understand the words coming out of my mouth. They said somebody will. I didn't understand what he's saying so they they paid a Mazda the original references but just came off as really week. Yeah it was really weak like I was watching mate. I think they just give it a film Grad and just give him a script and be like me. Just write something. Yeah and again. If there's any sort of rush hour talk give me crystal. GimMe Jackie Chan Right. Even though as the films went on it also looked like someone through some thirty MC Chris Taco go and listen to our bad is absurd but Chris Tucker can still like third down. And let's let's trickle over to the for the third movie. It took three movies for Kristaq. It's concrete fighting. Yeah having that I. I'm sure okay. I was intentional. I'm sure he's saying it at every movie completely like cut it out. I think I feel like this was the weakest of the three low of the two. Yeah I agree. And the one puff moment was when. I think the one that I really enjoyed Roseland door both senior the club. Oh yes over in no very hot of so body like 'cause you knew you knew Chris Tucker was going to sing. That's that's no surprise to anybody but once Jackie Chan was on that verses pedaled swing hall law this this will stop me from punching strangers in the street Wow it's just everything. The build up was the everything was there. And what a franchise. We had do me baby Performed by Princeton. Chris Tucker is also credited on the soundtrack for the third movie If you watch the outtakes for the second film there's actually a reference to it in the third movie When they're on the plane and there's inklings learning to the fact that Cada is Jewish When you watch the outtakes at the end of the second film Chris Tucker is really struggling to say Kafelnikov Fish. I didn't even know if I'm saying you're right but it completely go cut out of the movie because he just couldn't say it and we were watching the third movie and he actually said it and that was quite a payoff off Pale. Considering how annoyed the producer was Oh yes and the funny thing was in that particular outtake in the second movie. Jackie was like all it was something else who Crisanto was supposed to say three words in Chinese couldn't even do it so it's probably Mandarin Cantonese. And he couldn't do it either. Yeah so it's interesting because obviously you would think that Jackie Chan like needs help But Chris Tucker native he'd Z. Career by his allies which it all but he. I think they would. They would just the perfect combination right because it's very it's very easy to try and overtake each other. When you're in a sort of jouer dynamic yeah I know because he doesn't know his place and I have to put him back to wearing needs to go. Good Luck you fucking sub shave all but all. I'm so glad and also in some sort of way. I'm glad I had never watched this. And this was the first time I've actually watched it because it came at such a time that we needed this Y- really did. I felt lifted. Like you know whatever's going on right now it's quite crazy. There's so many things out there that it could watch soccer. Just bring you your whole mood down. Russia is in the ILJAZ. Lift you up make you forget how crop this everything is. Oh yeah totally. I'm also apparently. Jackie Chan speaks fluent French..

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"shu  r." Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

15:09 min | 2 years ago

"shu r." Discussed on For Your Reference

"You yes ridiculous. I'm a Dick and you'll love it but it was a think. If he didn't do it he would have lost. Something really increased security role. Oh yes and the fuck Larry Dillon and you could see the connection with him and Chris. Taco felt like there was this actual genuine report. Yeah Yeah and it made his voice. It made it for like a great watching and just really buying into the two characters and really rooting for them. There was nerve pretension. Because if you think about it obviously there are a lot of films that have this sort of formula but where a lot of them failed. Rush hour thrived and it was. Oh I felt so woman fuzzy watching the first film. It just made me feel so good. It made me feel happy. It made me feel like this is why like this is why we want to share this moment with you all and talk about films and talk about movies and you know maybe the no perfect. Maybe out perfect but let's discuss it. Let's analyze it wherever we can Let's let let's tear that pop friends and lovers forshaw. Who who? Oh but how good was? It might not be a surprise to anybody that Chris Tucker improvised the load of his lines. Of course I was watching Interviews especially for in the first rush hour came out and Jackie was talking about how he couldn't understand anything that Chris Taco was saying which prompted the infamous line. Do you understand what's coming out of my mouth. Carl bock get back in our living single episode that did not sound like Krista. It did can. Can I digress for a second? I'm not as much of a a lot of things I love about you. You've got a very rich voice so what I know the listeners. I dying to know aside from what you look like and whether you exist is when did your balls drop like. When did because Chris Tucker Chris Tucker Voice? It's just I don't Wanna I don't WanNa. I don't WanNa claim that he's bulls having job. Don't come and fight me I. I can only deal with so many scandals at a time. But when when do you remember? Your Voice Not Sounding High. Pitch no single point where I can remember. This came out of the. That'd be weird if you're seeing that especially if you're looking at your mom way do we podcast? May It is a downward trajectory and it has been for quite a what I I really can't put a date on it. I think one day it was just them and then you remember a really card which is weird. Maybe people remember those things. But I can't car. Was it worth the journey? Daunte baps not. Let's go back to the film that we would talking about Is there anything else you WANNA say about the first film? No I really enjoyed it and the fucked the age soil. Me Really like it. It's apprised me. It really did and at something. That's really rewatch. -Able Oh yes. If you just want something light in the background that you'd enjoy a without over thinking things and just having a relationship as a borough months like that on seeing develop. Oh it's so hard to do that genuinely and the where retina directed this e. Just you know Kudos I really loved it and I guess you could take this on the surface and that would be completely fine to consume as a movie but I really bored into The the report. And as you say the Burmans between Chris Tucker and also Jackie Chan. I think it was in the outtakes of the second film way. Chris Tucker kept calling him. Jackie in my in my cold. Tiny tiny hot. I WanNa believe that Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan a so close that that's why he kept calling. Jackie you know what I mean like. I just want to believe that. Their best friends and they have barbecues together and they go out having carrier key in China like I just want to that. That's the life that they have. Please don't ruin that fantasy for me. Speaking of fantasy I'm Bert Ratna Amongst other things including was called tower heist the Ben Stiller Film. He directed a lot of music videos. some from my from Madonna But also a lot from riot carey. And that's kind of a not in the first film where you have to. Young's character singing. Fantasy was the cutest thing I've ever seen in my life and I think that actually denotes to a lot about the elements in this film like they are. I guess if you want to say predictable but still enjoyable like you have a kid seeing a very contemporary pop song and then you have those two gods washing her right. So obviously you know. It's going to be them cringing and her having a good time but it doesn't stop us from enjoying that moment if I was watching it on Youtube right now. Half expect what's the guy's name the does decouple career. James Corden unexpected. His face shop on. I'll just put the video of Bob so lap it up James Corden because I feel like the early time we will mention you. I feel like he's been in a few movies. is not the thing that people love. Brin Abi Down don't be James. Corden and Downton Abbey Mega summa. No with no chips at the bucket of chips why okay. So we've established that Merkin of the majority of Allison is now you're now. You're throwing away all of our listeners. A pilot and a packet of tubes two pints of Beta packet of chips. I think he's I think all govern Stacey I got there finally how did you get from Hakkinen chips to govern stacey? Oh I used to have all back in the day so there are many symptoms out there but I think I think. Rt is manifesting. Some of them today. I should've make light of that. But our teammates way. Too Easy for me. Would YOU BE MA? Grodin my main squeeze the main done so I'm done now because we're never doing cats so I don't know when you whenever you're going to he the name James Corden again hoi my do unhappy on them late night. Doc shows thanks. Yeah yeah nothing. My dictators invited by lots. My Dick fell off. Allow okay so I can't strappy an all strap on strep deactivated. Unfortunately what what did he think? Though over you derail this Arti Express. Um Try to bring you back on track. Ed You get away so we were talking about fantasy with the little girl and the bodyguards But I just wanted to bring up like a riding point where you know. Things did seem a bit predictable But it didn't take away from US consuming and enjoying it in its intended purpose Something that I thought was a controversial saw. I don't remember if maybe it was the second movie. But it was when Chris Daca Say The N. Word addressing his filler kin and Jackie Chan. Eventually set it How do you and I definitely don't think that would work in. Twenty twenty two does up in all his movies he does but I also want to point out Quinton. Jerome Tarantino Jerome Elevates Richard Briggs. It makes him less of a chicken Jones. Listen to our Princess Mononokai episode. Because we talk about Quinton Jerem Turrentine. Are Quite a lot in. Can you believe we haven't done a Quincy's Tarintino film? You can believe that. So let's move on. Let's move on to the second film before we do. Actually I forgot to mention the soundtrack. 'cause you know sometimes whatever we feel like it. Whenever it's relevant we bring up the soundtrack full movies. How deep is your love by drew featuring Redman so good such a banger. I didn't know that was from rush hour. I used to have It wasn't let's just call it a mock when I used that is have a more Quinn CD COMPACT DISC player And I used to have how well I'm surprising your cycles. You allowed to listen to that. Dan Alc- The F- The first soundtrack for the movie was produced through Def Jam and consisted of hip hop and rb music The soundtrack was a huge. Success are tate. What does that mean? It peaked at five on the two hundred and two on the top RB HIP hop albums. Oh Wow and that's where we get the number one single. How deep is Your Love Also in the soundtrack we have retained clan It makes sense. It makes sense that we would be on the soundtrack for Shaw especially with eighty boss sitter. You gotta go the low hanging fruit. Yeah dirty we also had a rule on the first Jack as well as Giambi. Ooh Love Giambi. Giambi was also in the bad boys soundtrack. So let's move into the second film and I just WanNa mention some of the guests thaws Cameos or whatever you WANNA call it When acidifies yet? But we're working to wards it. We assure you we have don cheadle mate. As soon as I saw him it was all over. I was I was already sold on the franchise but saying Don cheadle and the character that he played Kenny. For some reason he's on credited. I'm not sure why how dire but Don cheadle agreed to do this early if he could fight Jackie and also speak Chinese good on him. But it's like even watching this. I'm just like watching them. Fight together as one of the best things I've ever seen in my life Like turney stock route. This is the momentous battle That we have which don't cheat here will be more like Billy blanks who. He's that because he's a block com martial artists of the day. Who is that if he told no billy blanks? He's he he. He did a lot of great things back in the day so he was. He was like a movie star. The biggest movers allows unless endless. Billy blanks was around almost thirty S Gar. Maybe it's Katy blanks. No I'm sure people know of billy blanks. It's not an ot say it's a wild wide thing so you acknowledged that their pockets of information that you make shit up on our role in the soundtrack full the second movie area codes ludicrous and make dog. It was specifically for the movie. Oh I didn't know that. Yeah we we also have some songs drew hill again with Jill. Scott and also sustain a million Right yeah you gotTa bring those on the young audience and Spurs. How did you feel with the second movie coming out? Did you watch it at the time? Did you feel like that in need to have it now males living for it? I like me. I did all of these guys. I did mall gave remote and I was disappointed. A child disappointed adult watching this. If it was great I would continue to love to see Russia. Our until the end of time could be to rush off. Ot that's what's that Shit is raped. He's shredded Bro. Lectures that amount of EPA and the dedication the Jockey Putin is movies at such a joy to watch on the fact that you know that he's actually doing his own stunts.

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"shu  r." Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

12:58 min | 2 years ago

"shu r." Discussed on For Your Reference

"It just brings a lot of it brought a lot of memories and I feel like a lot St Jeff. Oh okay. This was one of the best things I've ever watched and growing up and becoming old even now just didn't think today's eighty-one Living. Who'S NOT WASHED RUSSIA? To the point that in the ten years we've been together. I've never brought it up just because I thought may you've seen it already costs. You Know You. You just have to raise the bar on how you want. Apprising acreage ignorant. That's a south pock reference. And how you use this podcast. Shame me it's what we do if I'm here to you know. Shame you folks out sexually. What else is my purpose in life? I asked myself that every day was it. Was it a family like did? The family like sit around. Have Dinner and watch. The film wasn't more like you and your siblings Me My brother and his friends okay. Yeah after after before the blue movies I think between right. Yeah yeah go and listen to one of our episodes. We mentioned blue movies now SCA reference Degaulle Station. And if this is the first time that you're listening to US those words don't make sent but the pleasure and confusion is free. Gratis going back to first impressions of for me. I had never watched rush hour. Oh dear Lord Right. It was always that People like to play a game of how old is Katie. I was at an age that I would have even understood the movie in One thousand nine hundred ninety eight. That's about as much as I'm going to give you thinking this guy. Some hope fifty old age age difference. Will you know what like countries a world to pot two ways to me as the way for me to like? Be a cost of neighbors which is never going to happen. A Monica dream though. Yeah not what you choose. Question may grew up watching neighbours and wanted to meet Hana and billion Lou Carpenter carry. Can't even believe and remember these people you know as I thought I'd come here at. I'd see them on the street. I'm so disappointed that that's the case. Let's say Lupita when I get Kenya. You've not checked enough mate. Is it any dingy India? That's what I said. It's my the accent. Yeah some Kenyan stars. Lee Friends in love is Yes I never. I'd never watched The rush hour movies joined the twitter thread where everyone is like shaming me in there but what. Djing it for the first time Hoarau And it couldn't have come at a better time when everything's woolliness shit and we're trying to deal with moving and all of this fucking bullshit. This was pure joy. It just worked everything just what to. Let's go just generally talking about the film. I feel like this film was like happiness in a bottle especially the first movie in like the first installment in this franchise. It just worked so well. Brett Ratner was Quite a big fan of Jackie Chan and his filmography and obviously his stuntmen ship and just came as a referral being So he wanted to bring him to American audiences. You know even some of the running gags that you have we. Jackie Chan's characters that he's played in Hong Kong sort of cinema. He would redo them for American audiences so when he accidentally accidentally Touch the breasts of that beautiful layer that was also from one of his previous films as well. So there's a lot of. There's a lot of respect is a lot of love and there's a lot of understanding It was always going to be Jackie Chan. It was just trying to find who that next person was going to be. That was going to work well with Jackie Chan. Do you WanNa he who the other choices. Tell me tell me yet. So Modern Lawrence was the original choice for Cada. Oh Eddie Murphy was offered the role but he turned it down to make holy man. Wholly money's a good movie. I have not seen that either. I'm not black guys okay. You don't need to be blocked to appreciate good movies. Made really just saying 'cause you know just just because you're black doesn't mean you need to you know jump up and down when you see Kelly Rowland Freddie versus Jason. I will that is not for the culture. I'm sure it is what it calls you. You put it in your spreadsheet you're acutely enough we do have a Freddie versus Jason Episodes. A Go and check that out as well other considerations were Dave Chapelle. Wish he wouldn't have done been greeting. I think it as a compliment. I think Dave Chapelle kind of takes all the attention like he doesn't take the attention but when you see him on the screen you'll just focusing on him. I think it would work. Chapelle like I don't know. He's not much of a Thespian too. I feel like as Malvy as Chris. Tucker is that works to his advantage because he seems very generous. Perhaps as a lover perhaps as a Thespian but he seems very generous with the screen again as a lover or this being on the screen also will Smith would have taken too much attention all of it. Yup I think so I think We'll has a lot of star power Not to say Dave. Chapelle doesn't but I feel like we'll take all of the attention been the will will Smith Show. Yeah Oh yeah definitely It also to back. I think we would have gotten the emotional depth allowed even juice. But Jesus Christ he was a psycho in. Why would you love him in juice? You made his performance because him as a character was like garage. I hadn't performance talking about different mu because he was like he was like dispose of Satan. Jews from what I remember you keep Bushati healthy to me. That's a that's one of the tenants. We must follow to pack and all that he does yup whether living or not Hologram on ought quite a world. We live in. Oh Wow holograms are. As real as day. Alicia govern Belsen listened to Silicon Valley absurd but then people can't fucking wash their hands as they at arm. Now Take Jeez advancing and with you know what robot Jesus come and take us over what's left. I don't know what's left. You WanNa hear fun fact For the rush hour series but specifically for the first film. This film inspired the creation of rotten tomatoes. Ooh Yeah also. The sites found the send. Wong and sorry wrong. He's a big Jackie Chan Fan and he built a website to collect reviews for all of chance Hong Kong as they were being released in the United States. He cursed the site in two weeks putting it up before the release of the film and as we know running tomatoes as much as you slander it. It is a central epicenter For Opinions Right. How cool is that movies? Advertise based off rotten tomatoes score. So yeah it's ingrained into the culture so you know say what you about this series run into maters was born at Lady Gaga is auditioning for that particular role a star is born. I got that now. I know you're you're just laughing just because you're laughing. So how did you feel? How did you feel watching the first movie I enjoyed it? Re watching it made me forget. Just how good it was. Yeah because sometimes the nostalgia can take all right now because we were having trouble. Just find something to watch. And you browsing through flakes and then I saw it. I thought well as well watch it because you are really in the mood to do anything and since you've already done. The chilling part was just about finding something that you know will stop and when I recommended it. I do not think our enjoyed as much as I did right. Yeah so good. The story is enough to sink your teeth into And can I just say the first film I enjoyed the action as opposed to two and three? I felt like the action was very Jackie. Chan focused it was very jackie. Chan really brings value Whenever you whenever you can. I'm sure a will to book him. It's not just having someone that can act and say the lines but it's also someone that can add value with decades of experience and the stunts were fucking flawless. They really were they really. It was a pleasure. It was a delight to watch I just couldn't get over. How great he was. Yeah Shahnaz to Chris Tucker. He he finally got star billing in the third film in the series but Jackie Chan was really not even Arguably Jackie. Chan was the biggest at the time he was globally more than crease TACO. I think just because I think I'm basing this off American audience but was definitely way bigger than Chris. Tucker. Oh yes I think. Friday was threes. Before this Bob Junkie Child you know with drunk and Mazda and we had been vaas Twelve Austin Jackie Chan movies way before this came up. Oh totally like like the world was and ready for Shaw. A pair. Apparently according to trivia knowledge repository so go and fight them. Don't fight me and however I- drunkenly read this. It's still their fault. Apparently this was the first film that Jackie actually did his English. Not necessarily dubbing this case. But it's the first time that he did his own English version in a lot of the time the English dub he would feel uncomfortable and he would let someone else to it but Brett really said I'm shuttering authenticity to the role. If he was to do it speak English but it was amazing. I think added so much to the movie as well. Oh yeah but he was so endearing and it was. It was interesting to note that even before I met. You are tate that we're using a lot of your take as well the way you point to a business card to tell people where to guard what is good for.

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"shu  r." Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

15:20 min | 2 years ago

"shu r." Discussed on For Your Reference

"Get a how you gallant. I think these enclosed spaces are bringing out my alsi accent. Don't you reckon that's all you all on mate damned welcome welcome back We as sliding off with your phrase all mine and wouldn't you know it hurts. He is the somewhat Sage all is the WAD sage the wide. Saying I was coming all right. So this phrase is from Arash Shaw Movie. I'm not gonNA tell you should so you'll have to guess which movie it is and you'll have to tell me what it means. You think it means anyway. So he goes a dunk. His lips will not feet on a horse's mouth. I didn't know you're ready to share your epitaph. I think I use this as an answer for another your phrase online and it's agos should stay with Albers and early. Hot PEOPLE SHOULD KISS other hot people plenty hill but you know what Oh and which Russia Lovie d come from the most recent one did we just just in. Your memory may also at the same time. Dumb people should only gives dumb people together. Hey friends and lovers welcome boy reference. You goes to her skating. Not you've caught me with a big gulp of wine but I survived exam brave to acquire your FBI headsets and have your hands empty. Fulsome supple Musha as we head into traffic with the rush hour franchise mother fuckers who and you know. Cisco has been around quite a few soundtracks but how deep is your love or not. Oh tell me what it's GonNa be to leave you know Welcome welcome welcome friends and lovers. What a time in the best. The ways and also in the west of ways to that. And you know what it is quite is quite relevant. We all of us are experiencing some sort of Rut earthy and I have literally just moved so all of those sort of usual stresses as well as the world's full initiate guys and a handful of Dick Heads. Just can't be right so recently it's been hard for us to watch and enjoy stuff if we're watching something it's too light and it's not grabbing our attention For watching something that's too real to the real world. It's hard to get into as well and the shining beacon of Jackie. Thank you all and Chris Tucker home. How quiet while we fucking lovey guys? Hold yourselves because you shouldn't be as arrested development. No touching right so you know. Keep your love to yourself. It's all about self love Until we can Get out into spaces and touch. Everyone's holes if you've listened to how bad boys episode. If you've listened to our John Wick Episode. It will follow that sort of format. So we have quite a lot of stats. We are covering the Holy Trinity of the Rush Hour Franchise there is a TV. Show that not and I did try. It came out in two thousand sixteen and we actually tried watching it back then but you completely forgot we did yep and then we tried watching it after rush hour two because we didn't want to end on the TV shirt because life is already on fat. We needed to have some sort of happiness. We go five minute. Hashtag rush hour. Tv challenge if you can get further than five minutes. Good for you. There is no reward. Because again you spent more than five minutes in monstrosity. So let's quickly guard into the stats of the three films. And then we'll get into first impressions. It sounds good all right So rush hour. The first rush hour came out in September of Nineteen Ninety eight. I feel like it mid to late. Nineties was like the Golden Age of buddy cop sort of films not to say they didn't exist before then but you know obviously. We talked about bad boys that came out a few years earlier. we'll Smith Martin Lawrence the sodium lovers. Go and listen to the episode. You know you really have. Jaguars and you have dynamics that you want to see in that buddy. Cop SORT OF FORMAT. I'm not sure aside from Ratna that wanted to have this dynamic but Four shift kisses full quarantined chef kisses to everyone because it was pure magic it was pure. Magic Brett Ratna. These characters were actually developed by Russell. Amana we also have Jim Cough as a rider credited as well again. Ot early allows me to google sell To be able to credit the right arm show. There are more people that contributed in regards to rush. It came out in September of Nineteen Ninety Eight. Oh Wow what is it was a good e. Was it okay? I'll law preparing for Y2K. So if you don't remember that Jesus I slip through the Millennium. I wasn't a wee baby. Shame but I was close the budget for the first rush hour already. Thirty three million dollars quite nice. Yeah quite tight. The gross from thirty three million dollar budget was two hundred forty four point. Seven million dollars. Wo- yeah that is a lot It really did well. I guess maybe as like a burners we can do like all the buddy cop films that failed that you thought would have done well but this. Wow just completely blew out of the water right. Interestingly enough I correctly said that rush hour two came out in August of two thousand one so there was a three year gap unless that was like the normal amount of time. It took take a film you would think that they would you know in these days. They milk everything every franchise for what it's worth so like before you have time to wipe your ass if you'll pardon the sad timely There's another there's another sequel coming out. You know what I mean so three years. Wow so we still have bret right now. We still have Ross and then we also have Jeff Nathanson. The budget for the second rush hour was ninety million dollars. That's always three times the initial budget. Yeah it grossed worldwide three hundred and forty seven point three million dollars. Yeah get out of team and I. It's not even surprising. People knew other going to expect and they got it towns. Hold Yeah Yeah I we can talk more about it as the episode goes but I really didn't see the need to up the budget like what they had was magic not to say that the rest of the films like two and three or bad but like for me. Everything worked in one. But I get that as you have success as you can have a bigger budget. And that's a little baby consultant foundational Quam. I'm happy Katie. So when you're going to have little gripes over nothing there was something you mentioned in rush hour three. Oh it was spoiler spoiler. I guess it was when there was a coal back to a previous saying about Chris CA- saying that Jackie Chan early h rice and he's constipated and then later on in the film he says I'm not constipated anymore and arty is someone that doesn't notice a Lotta things he's not. He's not petty too like acknowledges starbucks cop in a game of thrones sort of episode but way he took Kwame was there was no brown surround. Jackie Chan in the you gotta use the Wasi. Might as well go for it. Yeah because your Shit Talk. Hey you made no comments about continuity or anything or accuracy and to that moment. The water was clear who gives well. Jackie Chan is very fuel so I would believe that he does clip. Did I just thought Burma who knows common. Fight me So yes We have rush hour two and then rush hour three came six years later now six C. Yeah just leave my Chris Taco if men the deleted vision so I'm not sure three of easy we have Brett Ratner like I mentioned before August two thousand and seven the budget not so the first one was thirty three MIL. The second one was ninety mill. The third rush hour was one hundred and forty million dollars. Qui- blow it didn't need to be but again they spend a lot in a totally totally but again friends in love is that doesn't get me off unfortunately But that was a low budget and then the worldwide gross for the third rush hour was two hundred and fifty eight million dollars. Oh so they don't really rick that INS much not as much it. It made more than the first but less significantly less than the second. Yeah but also at the same time I feel like people didn't know what they had going for them. Unlike bad boys which has spanned three decades but again going listened to that episode. So thank you guys we love you guys I'm feeling like you know maybe you don't need to hear it and that's fine I can. I can shout at you and it can be just as pleasurable. But I don't know I feel like at this time. It's just nice to give an express love. Oh Yeah it's lovely. It's lovely lovely. I even forgot how lovely was until our wash. It right So let's do it. Let's get into first impressions? I am handing the reference baton To not because he is the author of this podcast. Wow Okay I tried to compliment you with you same boat. Yeah Yeah's ago new. You don't care for it to context mate got on your So first impressions. I am passing the baton on to you. Because you're the honorary residential expert in this franchise. So far away you in your life When you I watched it was was the experience. Like if you want to you know pull in the oval sort of body copy can do that too And just how? How did you feel overall watching this series or loved it? I loved it so much. You know Back then I was. I think into all this sort of martial arts movies okay and also the lost member of the whig thing or your Turkey. Though was I was really into a lot of Russia movies back. Then you know from Tai Chi to whatever tight change. What the Old Lady's do at the park. You Not Watch martial arts movies until you've accepted the glorious form of Taichi Ache because you mentioned it and I showed you on a Google search yet. You continued to reinforce. The Tai Chi is some bad things that we see what we've been doing. The pox nominee now yoga with their leader. Gwyneth what is it on? And whatever she calls a product I really love this movie. Ages broad. I was young. So does all my brother and he would bring all this movies and I just remember myself creaming my pads and thanking like Jason. I'll watch this so many times and I'm going to believe that that crane was a reference to retain but anyway of course go like some counterfeit can they originated from Kenya. Didn't baby I like cooked. Anyway it was so great watching this like you don't get this. There's lethal weapon with Mel Gibson and then go over and and you love the. I haven't watched far. Well we've got a lot of time now..

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Perspectives on China and global power

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12:48 min | 3 years ago

Perspectives on China and global power

"How will the struggle for power between China and the US play out. And how will it determine the future world order, Fred Stedman, put this question to China expert, Ron meter he was reviewed a series of books looking at the issue from different perspectives. Ron, thanks for coming in. You looked at a number of books for us in a book Sesay about China and the west. And what struck me right? From the get-go was that you talked about this interaction between these great powers, China and the west, the US is being almost unique in its complexity, and I thought, why is that? Why is this more complicated than other great power interactions, that we've witnessed over the centuries? I think it is different. And the reason fundamentally is that we've never seen an engagement between two different types of regime that are so closely intertwined so different in terms of their values. So if you think back to the Cold War, we had at that time, basically, to political and economic systems, which were fiercely opposed to each other, but they didn't actually connect all that much. Of course, we were all terrified at the threat of nuclear war, but the Soviet Union's economy was not a major factor for the west and vice versa that AKU. It's not remotely true for the People's Republic of China. It is the second biggest economy in the world. It is now a primary economic actor in pretty much every single continent of the world and the United States. Of course, in China have been entwined in terms of finance for more than twenty years, more like thirty. Really? So the fact that we now have a rising China, which from the point of view of many liberals in the west but elsewhere has variety values particularly, of course and authoritarian type of government that is very different from what a liberal government would put forward, but it's not a place that we can simply close off or ignore that provides dilemma that was still right in the middle of solving on both sides, and one of the aspects of that. I think I'm right and say you say there's a choice there. Do we engage more with China and we're seeing this stuff that's happening in the world of technology while way, and whether it should be allowed to be part of the five G project or do we push back and one comes with a security risk? And the other one comes up tension financial economic risk that. That's lemon. But let me give you a specific example. Let's take away, which, of course, it's become this company that in the UK where we're sitting. Now, nobody had heard of probably not nobody very few people a year ago. Now, of course, is a headline every single morning on the news usually pronounced in a variety of other creative ways Hawaii audit wrong is not an upset. Right. I've heard is one prominent politician refers to it as Hawaii, which is not quite the same thing. I think that's not so much of an issue. So ten twenty years ago, we might have said that the biggest threat from the Chinese technology sector was that they were basically borrowing without commissioners, the polite way to put it intellectual property from the western world from the US from Britain from Europe Chinese would basically, taking technology that they hadn't paid for an putting into their machines had to be stopped. That is no longer the main problem does exist. But the wider problem is that actually China is now producing its indigenous technology to a very very high standard. So the reason that the United Kingdom, for instance is having a debate about whether or not, they put while way equipment in the five G network is nothing. With intellectual property theft. It's the fact that the cheapest highest quality most effective broadband network. You can have is made by hallway, and if you don't have that, then you're basically saying that you have to give an alternative company, the rights to put in the network that may actually not be at the moment, overs, higher quality. So there's a genuine balance between quality. And as you say, the question, whether there's a security risk or not, that's a new dilemma, not just for the UK but for the entire liberal world fascinating, I wanna come onto the books now because we get a perspective from China. So it's a bit more about a few from Beijing in terms of how these relationships are going to develop, what China sees its role and the other they have different conceptions of types of political systems, one of the books. I've reviewed in this particular China books essay is book leadership in the great powers by yen Shu at home. Professor yen is a very senior scholar in China. He's at Ching-ho university, one of the top institutions in that country. And he's become known. I'd say of the last. Twenty years or more in that particular field as probably one of the three or four best known most respected analysts of China's international relations. Now international relations terms without getting too technical. He's what's known as a realist is the accusation that sometimes put Henry Kissinger, Henry Kissinger, his pushes back and says, he's an idealist in realists, clothing, or was that effect. In other words, what professor yen believes is that power is the thing that actually makes a difference. So that's the position he's always had. That's why this book is so interesting, not just about him, but about China, because it makes actually in some ways rather, different case, a case that, if China is going to take fullest vantage of its rise in the world. The fact that it is now the second biggest economy in the world, and may by GDP be the biggest one within ten years. The fact that it is this huge international actor than it has to change the way, that looks the world, not just talk about power relationships, but also about what you might call the human relations, the narrative, that surround saddened, professor Yannis jesting that it will be time, maybe not yet but. Quite soon for what he calls, a more humane, the what he used the humane view of how China should relate to the rest of the world. Now that is in a sense, part of a process that we've also seen earlier with the most recent hegemony in world politics, the United States, which of course, became a power that had more battleships and more fighter planes, than anyone else particular during World War Two, but really seduce the world through what's become known as soft power. In other words, having a story to tell the world, I read professor Jens Booker saying that China has got the military. It's got the realist power. Now, it has to find the story and does he believe the Chinese leadership is current inclination to they buy that will this is one of the things that you have to read quite carefully in the book. It's not I would say a book to necessarily put next to a thriller at an airport. You know, it does take a bit of time. But I'd say get a glass of wine, give it a good going over, because it's well worth it prevents. The end doesn't at any point in the book talk about the current leadership, so Xi Jinping. The current president of China is not mentioned for Donald Trump is Donald Trump is along. With a few other names. So the United States certainly comes into the line of fire, you might say, but the wider question that he also is one that is very relevant China, which is, is the current system that China's operating, which, as we know is one that has been economically, very, very effective in terms of growth rates in terms of creating a kind of middle class, that's now, see very, very powerful in China and creating a sorta prosperous lifestyle that many consumers in China very much enjoy, but also really closing down political discourse. Is that going to be the way in which trying to get to the next stage in the implication? It's an implication of a statement but it isn't implication, is that maybe China's going to have to go beyond that if one looks at conclusions that he comes through. And again, this is very interesting because it is so much view from Beijing from thinker who is well respected both in the western China in that field, is that there's not going to be a war. This is not a story about a confrontation between China and America on the military front. But the is going to be a sort of battle for ideas and the dominance. Spouts largely economic in the Asia Pacific region. He does say very firmly the Asia Pacific region is where you're going to have to look, if you want to see what comes next for world politics. It's moving away from Europe moving away from North America. The Pacific for yen is where it's at right. Which is also the subject of one of the other books, that you looked up as referrals, China and Japan which comes to some interesting conclusions. I think it's fair to say it makes some interesting observations. It absolutely does Ezra Vogel is a scholar, but also a diplomatic figure who has actually sort of seen the rise and change in America's relationship with Asia, over the decades, he served in the Clinton administration, as secretary of state, and he became very famous in the seventies earliest that with the book who Japan as number one, which was on every business leaders bookshelf, as well as the cost many scholars, but he's always been a speaker both Chinese and Japanese and this book is about China and Japan, their shed history, which he points out, actually is not always as confrontational as it sometimes appears. We tend to think, of course of. The second World War when the two countries did have a massive conflict, of course. But he also points out that, for instance, if you look at statistics in the last few years, a few years ago, when tensions were pretty high between the two countries something like a million million a half Chinese visited Japan pass, not that many that number last year two thousand eighteen is more like eight million. So if you look below some of these surface rhetoric is saying, actually, there is a more cooperative story about economics about tourism about cultural values that are shared the maybe means the countries aren't as far apart as they might be. And this is I think, part of the white of Vogel, viewpoint because he comes from that generation of Americans who sought as part of their duty. I think in the post World War Two era to try and create a sort of agreed shed set of values in a stable community in East Asia America course, encouraged that in Europe, very successfully European Union NATO and so forth. It's never quite worked out in the same way in Asia. But that hasn't stopped a lot of those people actually, I think trying over and over again to create that similar sorts. Of stability for go. Yours decided mentioned former administration official, but other American voices take sort of more by guessing old money once say hawkish view new picked up on one someone. I believe you're actually at one point taught Jonathan ward who's written a book China's vision of victory which sounds alarmist oil is very concerned, and feels the American needs to be much more assertive in its response. That's right. Yes. New Jonathan ward. I taught history when he was an Oxford where I teach. But this book is very much about current affairs, and it's very much about policy not about history as such. And yes, I think it's fair to say that the argument he puts forward in the book is one that says that China is used the phrase hawkish, I'll say, clear and present danger, that's probably the phrase that comes to my mind. When reading it now, should say the book is one that has a great deal of information in it. It's got a lot about military power, and how China's building up its navy in particular. It's got a lot about economic power, and also of course a lot about values and the argument there, essentially is that. The United States, whether it wants to or not is going to have to deal with the fact that China is there to challenge the United States. So in a sense, that's a different story from the end should tone story where he's basically saying look the Americans and the Chinese are both going to be in the Pacific, where they're going to have to engage with each other. What story will, maybe it's time for America to actually set down the red lines if you can set down the red line in the Pacific Ocean. And actually say thus far and no further so between them those books actually point out in some ways, where the difference of view comes in terms of what's going to happen in the next decade in that Asia Pacific region. You mentioned around all the books that sort of sense that there are tensions, there is a competition of ideas, but the, the authors dancing, we're heading towards some military confrontation. And that things will be settled through dialogue to share that. I think you can see a generational difference in these books, which was as I say, in the essay, it's was reading them in tandem, because they all say something slightly different than they make up out of the picture for. Yang Tong speaking from Beijing. But, you know, with I think quite measured frame of mind. The argument is about to powers that have to live with each other, which have the potential to be confrontational, but not necessarily military sense. Maybe more on the economic sense. I think it's fair to say that as revivals book is talking about the areas where you can find agreement rather than disagreement between the actors and that in a sense, reflects his long decades of experience in the region. Jonathan ward is of a different generation. He's in his thirties. He's living, right there in the policy world of Washington DC right now, and the world, he sees is a much more confrontational. One, one in which America and China have different goals, different values different viewpoints. And that maybe just maybe those can't be contained together. Now, we're going to have to see what happens to work out in say the trade war between China and the US whether that actually could reach something more like a confrontation, but reading three books makes you realize that actually all of these viewpoints exist simultaneously. In part of the existential struggle almost is about what? Which one of them is going to prevail. Ron amid. Thank you very much. Thank you for it. That was Fred Stephen F teabags editor talking to Ron Mischer director of the Oxford University, China center. Thanks for listening. And if you're interested in events in China and Asia Pacific, lookout for latest episode of world weekly, where we talk about the protests in Hong Kong. Thanks again. If you missed our recent episodes on the US standoff in the Gulf China's threat cheese. Rare earths as a trade weapon, or the fall

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President Donald Trump, Wang Shu And Buenos Aires discussed on Steve Cochran

Steve Cochran

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President Donald Trump, Wang Shu And Buenos Aires discussed on Steve Cochran

"China wants trade talks with the US to be equal and mutually beneficial. So says Chinese vice commerce minister Wang Shu in today. President Donald Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping are expected to hold talks during the g twenty summit in Buenos Aires next week is trade ties between the two worlds largest economies

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Story Time - The Upstairs Cat

Story Time

02:10 min | 4 years ago

Story Time - The Upstairs Cat

"Are you ready to hear her story that's good this story is a narrative poem by cat whose life is ten upside down when her favorite human moves away the beautifully illustrated book is available for sale and a portion of the proceeds go to carrying friends kept wet ski missouri pet rescue in california by buying this book you will help to feed and care for an animal in need click the lincoln the description find hi rob everyone today i'm going to read a narrative poem called the upstairs cat by jamie ilham she sits and she whites alone in her chair surrounded by silence her friend does not they we did the boy go who had slipped in her bid how she misses his kisses and pets on her head they both lived upstairs in the room that shit he was all that she'd known she is feeling quite scared with the room to herself she is feeling unsure since no one is there to make her secure then she looks down the whole spies boy with grin and she sees a way out of the myths that she's in shit forgotten her friend has a younger brother if she can't have one then she'll just have the other the who never replace the one she holds dear she must bravely face change that much is quite clear the so many years she was stuck in one place she never took risks own moved from her space what else was she missing hate to be more than the walls and the ceilings on the second floor so she gathers her strength and muster carriage to brave the downstairs and not made discouraged she tiptoes to the staircase quiet as a mouse and listens for noises elsewhere in the house once at the bottom she hears a loud sound as she perks up her ears and looks all around and the sickened at passes spades by with a blur not sure what it was there she did hear per she stays at the stranger with is so wide as it looks back at her with nothing to hide both black and white with is of green keller could it be a sister maybe a brother they move past each other creeping so slow without losing sight of the face they now no who else lifts downstairs she wonders nor and new world awaits who knows what's in store she scurries across to a room in her site once she gets to the door she feels some delight a big beta white to by inviting and plush putting all fears aside she jumps with no fuss s her eyes slowly close in the comfortable space she feels a soft touch and starts to take chase come back a voice coils please come here down i'm so glad you're here when you please stick around she stops in her tracks and looks over her shoulder to the sweet sounding voice that just called her over what was she missing and why should she saito when this motor her life than one single level so brave to faced what was once unexplored and ventured downstairs wish she could be adored she climbs up the stairs to the place she knows based feeling proud of herself but a native some raced at the top of the stairs she turns to the right and goes to the brother for the wrist of the night she jumps on this bid and lies by his side beginning to feel what was missing inside then in an instant she starts to play watching her closely he has to say i am so glad you came up in waiting so long as he pets her head she lets out a big union to the left of the bed she sees her big cheer now in her new room with someone who cares going over her day and all that she viewed she starts to reflect feeling somewhat renewed purring and stretching she starts to recall a bunch of suitcases he picked in the fall she remembers his clothes scattered all through the room and thanks to herself there is no need for gloom though little boys grow is no reason to stress with upstairs or down shu we loved by the wrist she now understands in the home where she loves nor staircase ken divide all the love each one gifts i hope you like that poem i know i did it gave me lots to think about the author has increased to get you thinking to help you ever felt like the upstairs kit i know i have have you ever tried something new even if it makes you feel scared what was it how about would you try to make new friends if you're out friends moved away and if someone leaves your home for a while do you think they love uni lace no i don't think so either well that's all for me now until next time kika be brave stay strong in horror

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