36 Burst results for "Score"

Fresh update on "score" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:31 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "score" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Now holding onto a 6 to four home lead over Toronto bottom 8 met still a three to one lead over Cincinnati top of the 6 Washington trails, the cubs in Chicago three to one top of the first no score angels at Oakland in about 5 minutes and since the Giants are at San Diego. In 30 minutes the New York Yankees open up a series with the Seattle Mariners real quick, the Baltimore Ravens given all pro kicker Justin Tucker, a four year contract extension worth $6 million per season. There's an 11 $1 million signing bonus and 17.5 million is guaranteed. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update, Paul. All right, thanks very much for that Dan in a moment. We'll update you on what's going on around the waters surrounding Taiwan in terms of China's military drills, not letting up. President Biden though confident that tensions will not escalate further Jacob markets for you in a moment as well, mostly training down at the moment only modestly so, though, details in a moment. This is Bloomberg

Justin Tucker Dan Schwartzman Seattle Mariners Cubs Cincinnati New York Yankees Baltimore Ravens Toronto Oakland Angels Giants Chicago San Diego Washington President Biden DAN Paul Taiwan
Gun Owners of America's Erich Pratt on Suing Gun Manufacturers

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:09 min | 21 hrs ago

Gun Owners of America's Erich Pratt on Suing Gun Manufacturers

"From a gun owner perspective though, this to me is the is the not just what we talk about about private sale, but now this opening it up and liberalizing this discussion on suing the manufacturer not over defective parts, not over anything else, but the gun itself being used in a criminal act. We saw this on the House oversight committee just a couple of weeks ago. How concerned should we because if you start losing manufacturers? Then that's the way to go to a total gun free society. If that's what they're dream is. Exactly right. I mean, people should just ask themselves, do I like buying new firearms? If all the gun manufacturers have been driven out of business. Now right now, in 2006, president George Bush signed legislation protecting gun makers from exactly what you're talking about. Not from liability if the gun malfunctions and explodes in your face. No, the gun manufacturers liable. But this is protects them from liability if the gun is working as it should. It's just that a bad guy took it and used it to commit murder. Okay, so that's what and you laid out the case, you know? We don't do this with Ford or any of the other car manufacturers, right? The car is working fine. Somebody uses it to drive through a parade. You don't hold the car manufacturer accountable. So this is very, very serious because the anti gun Democrats are talking about repealing that law. The reason that law was passed is because they were the left was bringing dozens, scores of court cases, frivolous court cases against the manufacturers, and even if they lost, it still forced the gun manufacturers to pay thousands or hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars defending themselves. You know, so even if they stay in business, the items that you love to purchase, the new products, the new firearms, they're going to cost a lot more.

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Dodgers beat Padres 4-0, make statement with 3-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Dodgers beat Padres 4-0, make statement with 3-game sweep

"Cody Bellinger Homer twice in Tyler Anderson through 7 scoreless innings in the Dodgers four zero win over the Padres Anderson allowed only two hits while striking out three his 13 wins ties him for the most in the national league There's a lot of guys on our rotation to have a lot of wins and that's the reason because we score a lot of runs Can we play great defense So our job is to go out there and try out those tracks and keep us in games You Darvish took the lost now ten and 5 San Diego just one in four since trading for superstar one Soto Mark Myers Los Angeles

Cody Bellinger Homer Tyler Anderson Padres Dodgers National League Anderson Darvish San Diego Soto Mark Myers Los Angeles
Pirates get rare win at Camden Yards, 8-1 over Orioles

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Pirates get rare win at Camden Yards, 8-1 over Orioles

"The pirates ended a pair of streaks in an 8 one thumping of the Orioles the wind ended Baltimore's 5 game winning streak and gave the bucks their first win at Camden yards in ten tries Bryce Wilson allowed a run in four hits and 5 plus innings for his second win in 8 decisions Keep Brian Hayes belted a two run Homer in a four run 7th that closed at the scoring Three Pittsburgh relievers finished up a combined four hitter O's manager Brandon Hyde was ejected for arguing a call reversal in the 7th inning The loss puts the birds two games behind the Mariners for the final AL wild card birth I'm Dave fairy

Bryce Wilson Orioles Pirates Brian Hayes Camden Baltimore Bucks Brandon Hyde Homer Pittsburgh Mariners Dave Fairy
Jays top Twins on overturned call in 10th; Baldelli ejected

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Jays top Twins on overturned call in 10th; Baldelli ejected

"The Blue Jays came away with the split of their four game series with the twins winning three two and ten innings Whit merrifield scored the tie breaking run on an overturned column the tenth The call was reversed after catcher Gary Sanchez was deemed to have interfered with merrifield Kevin biggio supplied the tie breaking sacrifice fly that scored merrifield Bo Bichette hit an RBI double and Lourdes guriel junior added an RBI single putting Toronto ahead two zero by the third inning Blue Jay starter Kevin gausman pitched 6 scoreless innings allowing 6 hits and striking out 5 I'm Dave ferry

Whit Merrifield Gary Sanchez Kevin Biggio Blue Jays Merrifield Bo Bichette Twins Lourdes Guriel Kevin Gausman Blue Jay Toronto Dave Ferry
Chicago pounds out 15 hits, beats Texas 8-2 for series split

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Chicago pounds out 15 hits, beats Texas 8-2 for series split

"The white sacks earned a split of their four game series by clobbering the rangers 8 to two Andrew Vaughn belted a two run Homer among his three hits Luis Robert laced the two run double and AJ Pollock double twice in his three hit game Larry Garcia had three hits and scored twice for Chicago which had 5 of its 15 hits go for extra bases Garcia started at short in place of Tim Anderson who began serving a two game suspension Lucas giolito gave up one run in 5 hits on 6 singles and three walks to earn his second consecutive win The socks are within two games of the AL central leading twins I'm Dave ferry

White Sacks Andrew Vaughn Luis Robert Aj Pollock Larry Garcia Rangers Homer Lucas Giolito Tim Anderson Garcia Chicago Al Central Dave Ferry
 D-backs score go-ahead run on balk, beat Rockies 6-4

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

D-backs score go-ahead run on balk, beat Rockies 6-4

"The rays erupted for 7 runs in the 9th inning to beat the tigers 7 zero The game was scoreless until Gregory Soto walked yu Chang and yandy Diaz with the bases loaded Brandon Lau followed with a two run single and Randy arose arena added a two run double Raise opener drew Rasmus and pitched three scoreless innings and Colin poche got the win Tigers starter Matt Manning pitched 7 shutout innings allowing four hits and three walks while striking out 7 The outcome keeps Tampa Bay two games behind Toronto for the first AL wild card birth I'm Dave fairy

Gregory Soto Yu Chang Yandy Diaz Brandon Lau Randy Arose Tigers Drew Rasmus Colin Poche Rays Matt Manning Tampa Bay Toronto Dave Fairy
Aces spoil Sue Bird's retirement party, topple Storm 89-81

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Aces spoil Sue Bird's retirement party, topple Storm 89-81

"The aces spoiled the final regular season home game for Sue bird by beating the storm 89 81 Asia Wilson scored 29 points and Kelsey plum had 16 including a key three pointer in the final minute Chelsea gray and Jackie young both scored 15 and the ace has never trailed the final 28 minutes Brianna Stewart poured in the season high 35 points and Tina Charles added 19 for Seattle Bird finished with 9.6 assists and four rebounds The aces kept alive their hopes of catching Chicago for the number one seed going into the final week I'm Dave fairy

Asia Wilson Kelsey Plum Chelsea Gray Sue Bird Jackie Young Brianna Stewart Tina Charles Seattle Chicago Dave Fairy
Parker, Sky beat Sun 94-91, set franchise's win record

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Parker, Sky beat Sun 94-91, set franchise's win record

"The sky have set a team record with their 25th win of the season 94 91 over the sun Candace Parker scored 18 points grabbed 12 rebounds and tipped the pass to Emma mesman for a three pointer with 28 seconds left Courtney van der sloot delivered 20 points 5 assists and four steals for the Eastern Conference leaders misen and an alley quickly each added 15 points for Chicago The sun wiped out a 17 point deficit and led 75 69 early in the fourth quarter before the sky went on a 15 four run John quail Jones had 17 points and ten rebounds for Connecticut I'm Dave ferry

Emma Mesman Courtney Van Der Sloot Candace Parker Misen John Quail Jones Chicago Connecticut Dave Ferry
Phillies hit 4 homers in 13-1 win, finish sweep of Nationals

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

Phillies hit 4 homers in 13-1 win, finish sweep of Nationals

"The nationals with a 13 one win Philadelphia broke the game open scoring 5 runs on three home runs in the bottom of the fourth inning cap by a solo shot by Derek hall It was the second home run of the game Every run is a good run So even if it's in one game the more you can get the better And I think everybody feels good when the offense is going Aaron nola picked up the window to improve the Internet Corey Abbott took the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia

Derek Hall Philadelphia Aaron Nola Corey Abbott Michael Luongo
Haaland nets twice on EPL debut as City beats West Ham 2-0

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Haaland nets twice on EPL debut as City beats West Ham 2-0

"Erling Holland scored twice in his Premier League debut as Manchester City opened its latest title defense with a two nil win over West Ham Holland put city ahead with a penalty kick in the 35th minute and tallied in the 65th City had difficulty breaking down the hammer's defense before Holland scored after being hauled down by goalkeeper alphonse areola He's the first city player since Sergio Agüero in 2011 to score twice in his EPL debut Areola entered the game following an injury to Lucas fabianski in the 29th minute I'm the fairy

Erling Holland West Ham Holland Manchester City Premier League Alphonse Areola Sergio Agüero Hammer Holland Areola Lucas Fabianski
Man United loses 2-1 to Brighton in Ten Hag's 1st EPL game

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Man United loses 2-1 to Brighton in Ten Hag's 1st EPL game

"Manchester United was a two one loser to Brighton at Old Trafford and manager Eric ten hawks debut as manager Pascal grows scored twice on tippins in the first half as Brighton made United's defense vulnerable gross put brighten ahead in the 30th minute off a pass from Danny walbeck Ten hogg elected to open the game without Ronaldo who finally left the bench in the 52nd minute United's players were booed off at halftime and at the final whistle United's only tally came on an own goal by Alexis mcallister in the 68th minute I'm Dave ferry

Pascal Grows Tippins Brighton Danny Walbeck Old Trafford Manchester United Hawks Eric Hogg United Ronaldo Alexis Mcallister Dave Ferry
Hoskins, streaking Phillies rout Nationals 11-5

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 d ago

Hoskins, streaking Phillies rout Nationals 11-5

"Fulfill this guy the only job on the nationals as they scored 6 runs in the bottom of the first enrichment 11 5 win Philadelphia got a solo home run by Reese Hoskins a three run Homer by Matt fielding and a two round triple by Bryson Scott Rhesus started all three games with a Homer so that kind of gives a little jolt and then everyone else kind of chipped in and had a big inning We just Suarez picked out the window and proved the way the vive Patrick Corbin took the loss Michael luongo Philadelphia

Reese Hoskins Matt Fielding Bryson Scott Rhesus Homer Philadelphia Suarez Patrick Corbin Michael Luongo
Twins top Blue Jays 7-3 behind clutch Polanco, strong 'pen

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Twins top Blue Jays 7-3 behind clutch Polanco, strong 'pen

"The twins beat the Blue Jays 7 to three to keep their two game lead over the guardians atop the AL central Jorge Polanco had a pair of two out RBIs Jose Miranda Homer and all star Luis Arias went three for 5 with an RBI Araya is double twice and scored on both of Polanco's clutch hits Those contributions allowed Minnesota to overcome Bo bichat's home run into the RBIs Blue Jays reliever Tim maze has suffered a dislocated non throwing shoulder while trying to field a bunt attempt in the 6th inning Vladimir Guerrero junior went two for 5 with a run scored extending his career high hitting streak to 17 games for the Blue Jays I'm Dave ferry

Jorge Polanco Jose Miranda Homer Luis Arias Blue Jays Bo Bichat Rbis Blue Jays Araya Twins Tim Maze Polanco Minnesota Vladimir Guerrero Dave Ferry
Brewers' Keston Hiura cranks a two-run home run against the Reds

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Brewers' Keston Hiura cranks a two-run home run against the Reds

"The Cardinals lead the NL central by one game following the brewers 7 5 loss to the reds Jose barrero hit his first two major league home runs and drove in three Joey Votto and Donovan solano each had a solo Homer for the reds who hadn't scored more than three runs since an 8 two win July 30th against Baltimore Andrew mccutcheon crushed a 420 foot solo Homer and kesten hero hit a two run 428 foot Homer for Milwaukee Buck farmer worked a scoreless sending to get the win Andy ashby slumped to two and ten yielding four runs over four and two thirds I'm Dave fairy

Jose Barrero Donovan Solano Joey Votto NL Homer Cardinals Andrew Mccutcheon Brewers Kesten Reds Buck Farmer Baltimore Andy Ashby Milwaukee Dave Fairy
Tigers beat McClanahan, Rays 9-1 on Lou Whitaker Night

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Tigers beat McClanahan, Rays 9-1 on Lou Whitaker Night

"The tigers retired Lou Whitaker's number one before ending the three game skid 9 one over the raise Harold Castro drove in two runs and scored twice in helping Detroit win for just the 5th time in its last 21 games The tigers put it away with a 5 run 7th capped by Miguel Cabrera's RBI double Javi Baez added a two run double to back Garrett hill who allowed one run over 5 and a third innings Hill and the tigers bullpen blank Tampa Bay after yu Chang homered in the second Shane mcclanahan took the loss giving up four runs on 6 hits and 7 innings He's ten and 5 I'm Dave ferry

Lou Whitaker Harold Castro Tigers Javi Baez Garrett Hill Miguel Cabrera Detroit Yu Chang Shane Mcclanahan Tampa Bay Hill Dave Ferry
Liverpool stumbles, Tottenham impresses in EPL openers

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Liverpool stumbles, Tottenham impresses in EPL openers

"Liverpool opened its schedule with a lackluster two two draw with recently promoted Fulham at craven cottage Alexander mitrovic gave Fulham a pair of weeds The last coming on a penalty kick in the 72nd minute but red's newcomer Darwin Nunez came off the bench to help his team avoid a stunning loss scoring in the 64th minute and setting up most salad in the 81st Mitrovic was a handful for Liverpool defenders Trent Alexander Arnold and Virgil van DIJK mitrovic out jumped Alexander Arnold for a header goal and was pulled down by Van Dyck in the box to set up the penalty kick I'm Dave ferry

Fulham Alexander Mitrovic Darwin Nunez Liverpool Mitrovic Trent Alexander Arnold Virgil Van Dijk Mitrovic Alexander Arnold Van Dyck Dave Ferry
Angels blow late lead, rally in 10th for 4-3 win over M's

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

Angels blow late lead, rally in 10th for 4-3 win over M's

"Jesse Chavez blew a three zero lead in the 9th inning before Taylor ward sacrifice fly in the tenth gave the angels a four three win against the Mariners Max Stassi smacked a two run Homer in the knife to put Anaheim up by three but Seattle scored three times in the bottom half Capped by ty France's two run single Chavez got the wind with help from Jimmy hergatz spotless tenth Pablo Sandoval was in line to get his first win since May 22nd after limiting the M's to three hits over 5 and a third innings Paul C Walt fell to three and three I'm Dave fairy

Jesse Chavez Taylor Ward Max Stassi Ty France Jimmy Hergatz Mariners Angels Homer Anaheim Seattle Chavez Pablo Sandoval Paul C Walt Dave Fairy
Lauer works 7, Tellez and Taylor homer as Brewers top Reds

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Lauer works 7, Tellez and Taylor homer as Brewers top Reds

"The brewers put up two home runs early and wrote the starting pitching of Eric Lauer to beat the reds 5 to one A two run Homer from rowdy teles in the first inning and a three run shot by Tyrone Taylor in the second provided all the scoring they didn't need much as Lauer pitched 7 strong innings He says it was important to bounce back after getting swept in Pittsburgh We hit a little skid there I think getting back on the win column is a big thing for us just because it changes the mood and the Clubhouse It changes the vibe The brewers went on a night they celebrated their only pennant which happened 40 years ago Check Freeman Milwaukee

Eric Lauer Rowdy Teles Tyrone Taylor Brewers Reds Homer Lauer Pittsburgh Clubhouse Milwaukee
"score" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:18 min | 6 months ago

"score" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I just love that. And I'm not sure exactly what to ask you, but can you talk a little bit about shaping it into that version of the theme? Sure, I mean. I'm a big fan of these historically very inaccurate recordings of baroque music, never done in the 70s, 60, 70, 80, even before the authenticity police stepped in and made everyone play with the right size of orchestra and the right kind of islands and because it's sort of glorious hearing this baroque music done with big romantic orchestras for all that would never have sounded like that. So that was a reference I sent to Paul. And he was also talking about that Kubrick film, Barry Lyndon. That has some big baroque orchestral things in it. And it was just on my level another excuse to get in a room with an orchestra and just revel in that beautiful big sound they make. Well, let's take another break here, by the way, thank you for that music. I really love it. Thank you, Terry. So let's take a break. My guess is, Johnny, Greenwood, and he you probably know him from his work with the band radiohead and also for his film scores. He has three current film scores for Spencer, licorice pizza, Po Thomas Anderson film and the power of the dog. And he's written film scores for Paul Thomas Anderson's there will be blood, the master and phantom thread. We'll be right back after a short break. I'm Terry gross, and this is fresh air. Let's get back to my interview with Johnny Greenwood. He is a composer and musician who you probably know from his work with radiohead, but also from his film scores. He's done several film scores for Paul Thomas Anderson, including the master there will be blood and phantom thread, and now he's written some of the music for licorice pizza. And he also has two other new movies that he's done scores for an addition to licorice pizza. There's Spencer about Diana Spencer, Princess Diana. And the power of the dog, Jane campion's new film. You started writing film scores Chris Paul Thomas Anderson asked you to write music for there will be blood. What was your first reaction when he asked you to do something you'd never done before? Had you ever thought about doing film scores? No, I hadn't. My reaction when Paul asked me was just excitement that I was going to get access to musicians and be able to write music for someone. And the fact that it was for a film, I didn't really up until that time pay that much attention to film music really and I just thought this is going to be a bit like being in a band with somebody except in a bandwidth Paul and the people who are making this film and going to be contributing music to it. And as a way to disassociate from it, I suppose and feel like it's not really to do with me. And when I started thinking like that, I just found it really enjoyable and fun to throw lots of music in this direction. Do you find it helpful to know that I have to write music that fits this mood or that fits this scene? And there's a purpose that defines what the music has to be. Is that helpful in digging out music from your brain? To know what it's for. It is, but I mean, there's a few cues in phantom thread that were written specifically for the scene they're in, but they're the minority really. It's usually more a case of writing music about the characters or the scenery or the story itself. Like in there will be blood, I remember being really taken with the story of HW in this sort of abandoned boy being taken. And I enjoyed writing quite a lot of, I suppose, quite sentimental music for that. And I enjoyed that easily as much as writing the more atonal and stranger. You know, relatively stranger orchestrations and things. And I try and avoid things like click tracks. So quite often, the players are just being asked to play two or three minutes of music. And the poor editor or director have to just, you know, put up with something that might not fit a picture or even move the picture around, so it fits the music. But this is partly from just trying to avoid computers as being the arbiter and how music is played and how tempos are conducted and we'll just ask the players to play something three or four different tempos. And then do the work in the edit and to making things work with a film itself. When you write for a movie, are you seeing the footage of the senior writing for before you compose it or you're composing it before it's even shot? Usually a lot of it gets written when I see the first test footage or footage of like with Jane campion's film, it was saying all of the footage of New Zealand that was standing in from Montana. And just seeing the colors of the film and understanding the script and the characters. And that's already lots of really fertile ground to start writing music. And I'd rather write twice as much music as needed and just keep going rather than panic about dropping the level of the music at the right place. So a line of dialog can be fitted in exactly in the right second and so I'm very indulged in that way in I'm allowed to start at work very early while films have been shot or even before. You started studying classical music when you were a child. How did you go in that direction? Was it through school were you assigned an instrument? Did your parents.

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"score" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"score" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

"They originate to fannie or freddie if the use credit scores to make decisions about whether or not to approve people for those mortgages the scores would use would have to be fico scores if they wanted to then sell the mortgages to fannie or freddie there's been a years long processes has been going on for quite a while Which is which basically involves fannie and freddie reviewing other scores to see if they will essentially agree to allow for other scores beyond fico to be used so one recent development on this front earlier. This year Fannie mae and freddie mac according to my source says Notified a company called Vantage score solutions. It's credit scores or called vantage scores. that.

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"score" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"score" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"Hey everybody it's been. And i wanna tell you about a new show that i think you're really gonna love. It's from a company called campsite media. It's a show called chameleon and the new second season is coming out right now. It's called high. Rollers and high rollers tells. The story of operation talks which is an fbi undercover investigation. That was designed to catch money. Launderers in las vegas shows hosted by an investigative journalist named trevor aaronson triggers a great guy. A really dogged reporter. I know him myself and his new podcast is gonna be great. The show uses fbi undercover recordings and it takes listeners on a journey inside the two year sting operation that goes totally off the rails and both funny and tragic ways. Like i said it's set in las vegas and nothing comes short to this mind-blowing heist that involves all the classic vegas highs and lows there high rollers who get involved in a money laundering scheme. There's an informant who runs his own scams on the side. There's kind of a love triangle. It's kind like what you see in. All those movies about las vegas except this actually happened is a real investigative thriller and it challenges you to really consider and question the enormous unchecked powers of the fbi and other federal agents and their decisions to investigate. Unsuspecting americans gonna play your short clip. Here it is. You're gonna love it. Stick with me here because i'm going to tell you a long story. It's quite a soap opera meals. New girlfriend named kim mil go came as a tall blonde. The sunny disposition like hailey bieber. I'm sure you're not surprised to hear that. A guy who owns weight loss clinics wants a pretty girlfriend but kim's not just pretty she's writ. She's entered bodybuilding contests. Their pictures for oiled muscles barely constrained by her skimpy bikini. A meal and kim met at the gym. Because of course. When i look at each other all the time At lifetime fitness and in one day jenner. She just comes up to me and says happy new year. And i said same as you and then i said listen. I think you've smashing. He said. I think you're hot. Good looking or whatever and then we trade phone numbers and then a couple of days later. She text me. Do you wanna go out with me. And we did go out and we had a couple of drinks and dinner. Maybe or something. Like that. And then i told her the next morning Listen i married and this is a. It's a problem. She's you know she's very possessive. And but i am going to get a divorce. So meal admits as if it's no big deal that he told kim he was married only after they spent time together to a meal. It's like whatever. What's the big deal. If i only told her the next morning and a meal and kim had at times a volatile relationship in on and off kind of thing. Here's a meal. What happened was kim. And i would have a fight. You go out on a couple of dates with mr smith and mr jones mr so and so forth and during one of their off periods. Kim struck up a flirtatious relationship with the local lawyer in a city of lawyers. Some walk ahead of the pack. This is a commercial for las vegas lawyer. Paul pata inside a courtroom standing up to address the judge and then cuisine cut. He's outside surrounded by reporters asking him questions. A former federal prosecutor called paddock. Will fight for you when you're only got one call you better call. Paul paul's a really interesting looking guy. He gelled his black hair into a large cement hard wave that falls over the top of his head. He does personal injury law car accidents slip and fall cases that kind of thing and he's proud of it here. He is local tv federal prosecutor now to personal injury. So why make the switch there. I was fighting on behalf of crime victims. When i was a prosecutor who i thought if i went into the private sector started my own practice that i could help a larger segment of the population and so part of what i do now. Is this basically putting my skills to work as a former prosecutor going into court trying cases and helping people achieve compensation injustice. If they've been injured according to kim. She met paul through group of friends. Awhile back here. She is can range us to meet and we met at t bones. T-boned to the steakhouse in the red rock casino has a lounge with million dollar interiors and really good mixed drinks. There's a fire pit on the outdoor patio. It's very las vegas and then we. You know corresponded. You know we. We were texting and talking and made arrangements to meet up a bunch more times it was always with routes. It was always like hey you you know. We're all going to happy hour here. Are you gonna go Stuff like that. And then one time i went out. He asked to go to lunch with him Meet them for lunch prostrate from his work at the palm And we did that So we didn't do anything and you know the the one time when we were out we left together to go either. Feta cats routine with me. You know left to go feed the cat and then we went back to the bar you know so was dating. You know we're we frigging over at each other's houses and stuff like that. No where we communicating disney correspond. Yes you know. It was moving in that direction of being. I think he wanted to to. And i think the cat doesn't sound romantic. And that's apparently really what they did. They went to that and then they came back. So we're not talking a hot and heavy. Can't keep the hands off romance here but there was something going on something. I'm kind of famous. But i think of dating paul emmy interest to paul was a shock to a lot of people. What kim means as paul wasn't her usual type. I've always really just been with the meal. And you know. I knew all being skies and been approached quite often. You know by various people to go out and do things that i think. When when paul kind of showed up i showed interest and i think they lose to the ego. He thought he was really cool. And you know. And i'm sure he was like i think it is. You know shit didn't stink so to speak and then you know when it ended pretty quick when i was like back with a meal you know i.

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"score" Discussed on Financial Feminist

Financial Feminist

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"score" Discussed on Financial Feminist

"I hear about credit scores. All the time checking your credit score decreases your score also vary not true checking. Your credit score is one of the best ways to stay on top of your personal finances. It's one of the best ways to make sure that you are on track to meet your goals. It's one of the best for ramadan of your financial health. And especially if you're getting ready for a big moment in your life maybe that's buying a house buying a car. Your credit score is going to be so important to making that a positive experience..

"score" Discussed on Financial Feminist

Financial Feminist

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"score" Discussed on Financial Feminist

"Eight fifty. I have to tell you though exactly. Fifty is pretty much impossible. My mom has the most perfect credit score i've ever seen. She has immaculate credit and her credit scores eight forty two jump at eight fifty. So strive for a fifty but no it is practically unobtainable. And if you're wondering. I'm sitting at a solid eight. Oh two right now. And i feel real good about one of the other questions. I get about credit scores a lot. Is i just paid off my student loans and my credit dropped or i just paid off one of my.

"score" Discussed on Podium Time

Podium Time

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"score" Discussed on Podium Time

"At the study. part score. Study is learning the music. This is our analytical mind. We learn the music and then we can get and conduct it. Maybe we can rehearse some basic things but the first half of that learning doesn't really come with many decisions the second half score study which we don't have a name for maybe we call it score study and interpretation or score preparation This is where we make decisions. This is where we decide how we want the music to go. We decide what we are trying to say at each points and we get it ready. I think all the technical stuff happens in the first half. This is where we again. This is where we analyze where we learn but then we gotta go beyond that. You've got to make decisions. We've got to become artists and interpret. We are technical musicians because we analyze you know. This is learning the fingerings getting the intonation rates. But then we've gotta make interpretive decisions to this is freezing this is articulation. This is ark. This is the energy of the peace so basically score said. He's those two big things and they may be separate for you. They may be together for you. I'm still figuring out for me. I'm still not one hundred percent. Sure how score study. Because i'm still even after eight years figuring out. What the hell. I'm doing at my desk with the score and that's why this is such a tricky subject and that's why this is just the beginning of a much larger conversation so if you wanna be outline of score study For you new study offers or you experienced steady years here it is. I think the first thing is just to learn how the piece goes. Just look through it. Get a sense of what's on the page. First thing we do is kind of figure out. What's on the page. What's it gonna sound like how the rhythms and harmonies and the melodies and the flow of the peace. How does that stick together very concrete. This rhythm is right or this rhythm is not right. These notes or writing these notes are not right this recent piano and you knock through it and you start to assimilate these things in your head so you basically know how it goes if you want to memorize it great. I don't think you need to but the to get the music in your head so that when you hear something or when you conducted you basically know what's coming next this is. This is the knowing what's coming next. This is the being prepared to. I'll get into my score. Preparation system in another episode. But this section is if there's an orchestra stage i can get through this piece. If there's orchestra on stage. I can rehearse them through this piece And that's that's that's it's hard. It's just learning the music and then after that then you get to the interpretation and this is where a lot of people get left in the dust because if you shop to rehearsal with the orchestra and all you know how to do is get them from the beginning to the end playing the correct notes. There's so much potential on the table that you haven't touched as an interpreter. There's so much magic in the music that you haven't considered and that's really the second step. It's that making that magic. It's that turning this from a technical notes after notes after notes into something. That is beautiful and gorgeous. That's that's taking it from finale midi file and putting in the hands of actual musicians and that's just asking questions. That's really the best way..

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"score" Discussed on Podium Time

Podium Time

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"score" Discussed on Podium Time

"For podium time. Today's episode topic is just the beginning of much larger. Lifelong discussion about everyone's favorite thing scores studying. Whether it's your favorite thing or not it is unavoidable part of what we do say might as well make it your favorite thing. So what score. Study i mean. We're we're really getting back down to the basics this is going to be a big forced the trees discussion today. We're not going to be digging into all the tactics and the end of score steady or the beginning. Of course this is really the point of score. Study and This is something. I've been studying and trying to pin down for basically my entire time as a conductor. For some reason. I've been super fascinated with the fundamental idea behind scores. Study thinking that. If i can understand the point of it i can do better and i think a lot of people get lost in the weeds of preparing score and marking a score. And i think they lose the original point of scores steady with all these tactics and these checklists So i wanted to start at this again. Long-term discussion by pulling back and really thinking about what score study is and why we do it now whether you are an experienced conductor or just beginning maybe never studied to score before. I remember my first time trying to study scores trying to conduct. I started off with some haydn quartets. And let me tell you. I did not to know those very well. All i did was conduct the first violin. Because that's all. I knew but i studied that. I think we can improve our scores studying by asking why we store studying. What is the point of it and this is a question. We ask a lot on the podcasts. We've asked less because we were getting pretty similar answers we were either getting kind of a general philosophical..

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"score" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"score" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"What a great score. Love it when you hear that music. You know. it's john williams you know. It's you an art. You see something very very very special in this movie and you do i. S my favorite of like alien alien counters alien movies and you have to remember also. This was spielberg again. This was spielberg's third movie third motion picture ever. It's so huge so amazing and it's also so personal because he has said obviously it's got it's the only there's only what three movies they have the distinction of having spielberg's name in the screenwriting credits This is one of them now. Granted there it. He has gone on record saying that. There are other writers who did help him so it wasn't like he was the only one who touched the screenplay Paul schrader was part of it. Matthew robbins Nick howard sackler did did a redrafting jerry nelson and you know were there. Were several people who helped him But he but he he is the main plot screenwriter of this and the actors you mentioned. Oh my god which was funny. Because apparently the original person spielberg wanted for the role of of roy neary was It was g happen. He asked yes. Jack nicholson and he said effects would overpower him in the movie of big names he wanted. He wanted steve mcqueen. Let's right that was the very first person he asked. Steve mcqueen read it and said i can't do it. I can't cry on. Cue your script me cry but i cannot cry on cue so it was very very interesting. began when it was funny. I guess Richard dreyfuss was bad mouthing all of the other actors down he says pacino's too crazy. Jack nicholson's too loud coco and going on behalf a brilliant and then you've got france Francois truffaut in that iconic thing and one thing about this also. It's the second time that john williams does this. He makes the score integral to the movie man. So you have those doodoo due to do and it's just that throughout the whole thing and you don't know why it that's there until the very end when they when the aliens come and find out what that was about and it's it was a welcome. It was a well. It's a welcome through music and the light show that they do. It's broad it's brilliant. And then yes at the favorites favorite devils tower. We ever see that that. Hasten i wanna go i wanna go to mont mentana wyoming. Thank you yes. I think i would love to visit that place and then ask. Music is going. The lights are going as fades out. You hear sort of an iconic theme to another movie which will be mentioning iran. But yes if you haven't seen close encounters police will because how could you non and there. There are three versions as the original cut. There's a special edition. And then now. There is the directors cut that is out there so there are three distinct versions and they have different things in each one and they're equally as good all right. Quinn we're going onto my number six. See if you know. This one.

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"score" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"score" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"I couldn't think of on catch-me-if-you-can and terminal kind of the kind of similar in the way that he he composes at the very similar in their in their ex their method. But this is catch me if you can so far the only movie. Leonardo dicaprio has done with spielberg He played frank abergnail. A great cast again tom. Hanks plays a supporting role christopher walken. Who got nominated for his I think it was his second oscar for playing Frank act senior. And some great bit. An i would i own bit. Bit-players but smaller roles are jennifer gardeners in this lipoic Thank you was with banks and the girl who would go on being grazed. Nambia can never think of her name but the lead in grey's anatomy Yet ellen something. I remember but yeah And then a young. Amy adams adams we were talking about Also great actors martin sheen. I mean this is a great cast right here. So But i again. I think very underrated movie. And i think a very good score by mr williams so Very jazzy is of the time. It's very up all right. We're going to start now in the top ten list so that so that was honorable mentions are first top. Ten list is gonna come from mr quinny hero and you never need no bump movies. Music theater podcast. Ten is going of it. No you didn't tell you didn't tell which harry potter so i assume this the whole row cars absolutely when harry harry potter and the sorcerer's stone is the forsman. Yeah so this is great again score and again. Once.

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"score" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"score" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"She scoff to she retrieved thrown from salons hand and drove it into the man's chest the man shook violently his death to count before he went still they left the body there in the mud with on still protruding from his chest. Though mother had later on punch selena for her weakness they never spoke of the incident again when selanne return to the spark sometime later on her own she saw the healthy looking sapping had indeed sprouted up from the murder man's score one that gays back at her with his team. Despairing tear laden faint looking opponents again now so many centuries.

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"score" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"score" Discussed on The Discographers

"Bones. To this? E- songs go step further than the score to establish an intense sense of realism within the story, working hand in hand with the score to provide a lush musical landscape both inside and outside the universe the story. The author of the Lord of the rings was Jr Tolkien's. He was not an author by trade, but rather a philology one who studies language in historic contexts. This vocation lead Tolkien to create a great many languages on his own, sometimes referred to as art languages are constructed languages Lord of the Rings, more or less became a sandbox for him to create the Histories and cultures behind these languages linguist, David Zatezalo along with the dialect coaches on the film's Andrew Jack and Rushing Cardi helped to the actors implement. Implement Tolkien's languages in the film, but that contribution didn't stop with the dialogue. They also help shore, incorporate elements or stands of these languages into choral and solo vocal arrangements for the soundtrack. It's worth noting that Andrew Jack passed away due to Cova, one thousand nine at the end of March so his memory. Let's take a look at some of his linguistic contributions to the score. Just about three hours after I finished recording this I saw the news that Ian home. The actor who played Bilbo had died. So! Guess, this wants for him to. Lyrics were furnished in the language of Ebonic and ancient tongue of men for scenes where the ringwraiths were present in the first film. This is a nod to the origins of the ringwraiths, nine former kings of men from ancient times corrupted by the power of the ring. The melody is in the sounds of the words used here seemed to convey that strain in that corruption. The language of the people of Rohani's is known as row here Eric and for the purposes of the soundtrack, old English was used as a in based on the similarities in culture between Han aged England..

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"score" Discussed on MyCreditStatus

MyCreditStatus

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"score" Discussed on MyCreditStatus

"Welcome to the official podcast from my credit status. Dot Co dot ZA. A. Introducing, you to credit experts who will be providing valuable insight and advice from financial health to improving your credit status and score your host for the show is Laura Palmiero? Hi and welcome to micro-states podcasts. I'm Laura and with me today is Criminal Palais from Xi's. Let's quickly explain sixty s is the largest locally owned credit information period in. South. Africa that deliver user friendly and affordable mission solutions and technologies that are using all aspects of credit provisioning. Today, we got to talk about the financial impact of the corona virus on your credit. Score. Premium welcome to the shop. Thank you. Great to be here and testing. Let's start with the basics. In Layman's terms higher is a critic school calculated. National Credit Act or the NCAA, all credit providers are obligated to provide us. 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"score" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

14:13 min | 2 years ago

"score" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"I don't normally cheer for lawbreakers but Joe's rose story is so heartbreaking and he's such a damn likable guy that I can't help myself and my question for Joe is his. Did you ever way the consequence of going to prison against whatever the thrill was or whatever it was motivating you the hatred whatever That that you got from robbing banks and particularly I mean not just being away but suffering suffering the violence and indignities that many prisoners endure while. They're it inside the prison system question. Okay some circe one. No I didn't never think about anything Like ooh I should not do that. Whatever I've gone over that I did not have a feel for my future? No full full. My mother died twenty six. I would just happen to make it a twenty six and we once I got the what the fuck I do now and fell apart and went on thirty thirty bank robbery so once I get to prison turns out. In retrospect I realize all all I was doing was finding a place that fit for how I felt which is worthless like a worthless piece of shit that childhood brutalities were so intense that I actually. She didn't feel like I had anything coming other than what this was here like. That's what losers have and Fella can loser with all the bullshit in my life. I felt like I was a loser and The logic good loser is high win. You guys could tell me what the fuck you await. I'm in here for seven years. Fuck you anyway I want. I mean that's what the logical losers I felt like this. I got come in at school. You guys thought thought you were going to get me back You didn't get me back Because I wanted to be here. There's gotta be that was it. was that kind of thing and Until I could get rid of that loser logic and loser mentality. I thought that that's fitting for me. You know okay. This is another question. Hi this is Tim from Lansing. Michigan My question for Joe is did you talk to anyone while incarcerated like other bank robbers or thieves about how to up your game so speaking. Okay thanks a lot of the show He has a good question. What I have if I was GONNA come out against are robbing banks? Yes I would ask people other bank robbers for more tips to gather more intelligence on that but I knew that there was some other opportunities that bank robbers didn't know about mostly because I had gleaned the information myself I had gathered some intelligence on my own. I knew what I wanted to do and it was. ATM robbers so I did not need to ask the bankers for that. 'cause I was done dumb bank robbery as if I was GONNA come out in the beginning when I was thinking about coming on being a criminal I talked to my friends about this. Go do this crimes and and it may be getting extortion Kosinski violent and aggressive and have no problem hurting people we can extort. Let's do this and so it doesn't have to be like. Hey can you give me twelve thousand dollars and twelve hundred dollars from Taylor. I wasn't going to do that anymore. That was that was. That wasn't GonNa do that. I was now going to use my Ability to compel people to do what I want them to do I was GONNA use as different as you get more money. Did you have like a crime that you were thinking of Yeah ATM Bank robbers definitely one one one of them so is right. Is that like breaking into an ATM. I robbing people at the gym. Neither so just real quick. I really you WanNa talk about it because you know what I feel like. I WANNA put in a movie so I wanNA give it away. 'cause nobody's done this crime in a movie so actually I'm not going to talk about it but let's just for this it had to do with ATM's and it has to do with people who service ATM's Okay Next up is missy from Istanbul. Jody Miss Robbing Banks. Do you ever roll by the perfect mark and have to stop yourself from pulling U-TURN and hidden at Bank uh-huh Damn Bul for you know I think just answer to like I. I WANNA be a bank robbery again. I'm done bank robbery. I mean I don't I want to be a criminal at all again to be honesty Part of being the criminal was I think that's what I've tried to share with this. PODCAST was that one of the ways that could do it was I was full of rage when I would get angry than I could go. Rob That level of anger that were the rangers ignited in me. And that's what we're talking about. We're talking about a level liberal rage in which I didn't care if today was the last day was alive Mike at shot at the bank. That's how it's going to be. That was how it was going to go down. I don't have that fearlessness anymore. Like I'll get that angry anymore so I don't feel like any I don't I know that that's so component of bank robbery that I the needs to happen in me in order for that to happen. I don't have it anymore. So never look at a bank and think. I'd like to Robert if anything I think. If this was a movie how could somebody rob it. That's what I think it's just store. It becomes a story now also because I think that if I ever did you know hit the skids under his like. We're living you know like I think the last kind of thinking about doing is bank robbery. I'm not that's not where I would go if I- backslid so I mean we're where would you go ATM robberies. I'm pretty sure already talked about that. So that's not going to get any more okay. This is from Kevin and Kale certain Let's they say. How does it feel to hear joe senior minimize the abuse and episode six especially especially a good question? Because here's the interesting thing. I don't feel in my minimized. People have asked me this a couple of people. I've heard that feedback. People feel like kind of making excuses excuses. Here's another thing. A lot of people don't know where me and my dad are now. What happened in that home between me my brother and my dad? After Brenda left left the day the lead up to the day that I stabbed him. That was US three. That was US three taking the traumatic. Hit together now in order to get from there to where we are now where we celebrated my dad's birthday the other day loving Emma hugging him out. There's no formula for how it's done. Enright we feel like we've done good to come back to US three now at the end here loving each other on my dad's way out you know just loving him on the way out. My mother loved him and we all know my mother by loving my dad as well for the good things he doesn't him and he's a great grandfather was my my daughter and he and I work things out and I mean like how you get from where you where to where you are now not to be all for promoting about it but stay tuned. We're GONNA go right okay This is Julie from La Lay. Joe Do you still keep in touch with Brenda. Did you listen to her interviews in the podcast. And what did you think of them. Yes I did listen to the interviews on them. In fact I was the one who said. Hey contact Brenda the see what she says about all this stuff going on Brennan very tight with my brother very close to my brother they talk to each other all the time but Brunei are not. I'm not beefing Brenda like it's not like I have some animosity towards Brenda but I don't What we are not we are not in contact like I feel like if I wanted to right now I could call her and we'd be fine? You know what I mean but it's just for some some reason there is not a big A big desire for me like I need to get right with Brenda. Because I don't feel like I'm wrong. Brenda and yeah. I mean like Brenda left. Brenda was good to us. Honor Everything Brenda dig it to me. I knew him a writer because of Brenda. I acknowledge other ways in which I'm smarter because Brenda I Things I'm attuned to because Brenda The some of the music I mean every I can't listen John Denver without crying Brent. Like I I'm connected to Brenda in the ways that she came in and left an impression on US Brenda Wren. You heard it Brenda left. That are most vulnerable time because Brenda had take care of Brenda which is legit. And I'm not putting that down. It is legit. She couldn't have been good choices. She wasn't good to her south. But it's it's one of the scenes the cards get played and I'm grateful for the four and a half years. She was in our lives and try to get all the good things that she gave me to ripple through me and through my daughter and I tell my brenda stories and I learned this from Brenda. You know great stuff but By reconnected with her like my brother did just haven't again. We're not beefing. It's just we're not for some reason. There's some component missing there. That can't can't describe bribe. That's just like it. There's no me picking go reaching for the phone house. Like she's a lovely lady. Beautiful Lady Man. I Yeah Yeah. She's a good person. But it's weird next question Okay this is from Josh in Los Angeles Does Joe Thank. You can make a case that robbing banks is the noble profession. Like I guess punter via a little bit banks almost wrecked our country but there's no physical violence when they rob us the revolutionary questioning from the radical wing span. Oh Oh you do I feel like there. Are these that capitalism kind of sucks you could make a case that People who've robbed banks were good for poor people. I mean I think it was pretty boy floyd Houston literally go into the banks when there was no computers and he would burn the mortgage or the records the records so that people didn't own the banks anything anymore. That's one of the reasons all those bank robbers were heroes for awhile folk heroes because they were actually saying you bank. Screw US and you think you're not going to pay for it. And so so one of the reasons I as a bank robber to this day given cut a lot of slack and considered bankrupts consider kind of sexy. She crime is precisely because those guys did that at that time and they became folk heroes is a noble profession. I don't know profession. I wouldn't even call it a profession. LISTEN TO YOU WANNA poke demands Impact poked in the eye and do all sorts of stuff to go. Make money to say Fuck Hugh man you know. I'm I'm not sure that that's a profession. Well near is like I mean you are doing violence against the people right like this is important so when I robbed those banks this is this is the opposite of what always teach or preach. which is I'm fine? Robbing those banks. I don't feel guilty for having Rob Bank of America or or first interstate. I don't they're insured. They're fine they don't even remember me. The women who arrived the couple all men that I robbed they remember remember. They were traumatized by it. You cannot rob a bank without hurting people that are real. People ru family members mothers mothers daughters brothers and it ripples into their community a ripples into their immediate sphere of influence right. So there's how do you do that without doing that. Yeah I mean how do you and if in that I don't know noble. It is to be traumatizing people. I I certainly don't think it's noble to traumatize innocent people so there's that right okay. Now you have a couple of questions that people have written use can answer. Yeah Friends of mine given that you've matured in such a compassionate person. How do you do in negative emotions so that they don't swallow you up while one one I have do self care I sleep a lot secondly I also Right I put a lot of the aggression into writing and then sturdy self-care there. I have a lot of good people in my life a lot of good people in my life and I just spent time with good people good. People begets goodness in me man. It just like it's just good. Decent people love you. People kind of people who see the world not bitter filter but through like optimism and joy at my daughter automatic. Got This this daughter who does not know how to stop laughing and smiling. She's just like a pool. You know I I feel bad trouble I get around here man thanks. This is like you're cool. Okay one last thing here. This guy sent me this saying good guy. Benny from England What it was the most intoxicating thing about your life back then? Was it the money or was that a happy by product the most toxic aiding thing was the getaway that drive home listening to Pink Floyd.

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"score" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"score" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"I was like Oh shit okay And we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA get into prison in the next few episodes of the show. What happened to you and you went to prison? But we'll be right back with more questions. I have one more question from Taylor. The same technology that we have today was president back when you were robbing banks. Do you think you still would have tried to rob banks or do you think you would have gravitated towards it's a different crime Matt's her say I do know one thing where the moment that I chose to do bankrupt. He was very particular moment. uh-huh and I was Mexico had been robbed. I needed money right away and happen to be in Mexico and I remembered. Oh you know entrepreneur used to go to the United States and rob banks and post offices so I need money right away. Maybe I should become a thief robber. Who does this night had robbed anyone before? Like like I never robbed a liquor store that so for me to make. That was a huge leap but the reason I made it was particularly the chair that I was in Ensenada and I had been robbed and I have two thousand dollars off and I'm like I need money right away. So that's akin to me the idea the Bundy thorough going up in the you know the United States still the money coming back down. That's why I became cover. It was that moment you know you didn't think about what about. Yeah no so because I was interested did in making money as fast as possible. Everything in me that would have said. Oh here's why it's a bad idea was shut down ninety was I was not because already. I'm a fugitive. I'm wanted for being a criminal. I've come to Mexico to embrace my criminality. I'm like I've left all my family. Everyone I didn't tell him I was leaving. As as far as I'm concerned I was never going to see him again. I was dead to them. I was going to be a criminal. Now I'm giving an opportunity. Let's dial this up. It's up your game. You said you came down here to be a criminal. They've given you a chance. It's going down that up so there was no way I was going to be like. Yeah but let me think about this man. What are the things that are going to keep me back? How might catch me now? I don't care I put a gun in the back in my car. Stolen car from San Diego and drive up into San Diego like crazy just crazy. Were criminals precisely one because dumped too. 'cause we're impulsive three no sense feel for posterity Okay next question is from West Hijo. I have a question but first thanks for telling your story I appreciate your honesty and openness. I'm sure it's hard to relive your stories especially the ones about your abusive childhood. Here's my question. Your father used fear to intimidate you and your brother you talk about how much you hated this when you're a kid and we're powerless to do anything about it. Your brother talks about how much he hated it too. And yet you used fear to intimidate bank tellers when you became bank robber if you knew how horrible it felt when fear is used on you how could you justify using it on someone else. That's a good question. Jin Ha the thing is I think you're confused. I never justify using it on anyone else. I don't justify I don't think I'd justified it at the time time. I didn't say I'M GONNA do to people because it was done to me. I did something where I justified being a criminal who moved in the world because I didn't give a shit about morality anyway because society sucked. They didn't protect me so I was angered society in general and I didn't care about the rules that society put put on people I was Because there was rage ful I just felt like fuck you. Nobody protecting me. The world's absurd. There's no such thing as God if there was maybe he would have stepped in. He didn't I don't believe in God that means I don't believe in your God I don't believe in your system and laws unbelievers rules. Fuck you so anybody. WHO's in my way? You're just it's all knuckleheads. Get Out of the way. I don't think I was like well. You know what I didn't like it but like hurting people so I'm going to go do that We do end up behaving exactly the way things were modeled to us as just basic how we are as cost socialization. I was socialized socialized to be a petty man who when my ego was threatened by other people I would use violence to subdue them and intimidation to subdue them. That was what was modeled to me as a human being. I was socialized that way when I grew up and I got angry because people were telling me they they were in my way. They were trying to thwart me thwart. My Ego would be offended and I would behave that way me acknowledging that that's a pattern and that's something that humans do is not justifying that that that what I was doing was right act because I was so desperate angry full of rage there's no logic to that snow rationalizing that so yeah I did what I did and I can see that. That's what I did. It wasn't even a question you were nine of react just reacting. I could see that now and now I don't justify justify it at all. Obviously not at all you know. It's just actually one of the sadnesses of of people who are abused as they grow up and abuse other people right. It's just one of the tragedies of life one of the reasons we're so fucked up is all the people who have been traumatized and they just grow up and nobody he tells them how to do it and the best they can tell them as just pray to God. It's fine it's your good going and they never really deal with it. So there's that okay somewhat related question from Martina in Los Angeles Joe. Have you ever been overcome by rage unexpectedly. And if so what does that look like or have you always always been able to consciously access directed the way you described in the podcast. Would you say that this sets you apart from your father who seems to have been much more impulsive with his anger and unable able to fully control it just because I now talk about what was going on at the time. I had no clue what's going on at the time. There's a lot of this is in retrospect I was able to figure stuff out when I got out of prison. There's a couple of times exploded early on and my like my rage went from you know because when I came auditor. I'd been meditating done so much. Work Myself. And trying to understand what triggered me and everything so it was like real passion like a Buddhist. That was really trying to do the right thing. Be Honorable and I didn't WanNa get angry ever again. I didn't want to any aggression ever again. And a two times I blew up. Yeah I mean like I said things in the media was like Oh are you saying why are we doing this but the good thing was very instantly. I knew that's not who I WANNA be. That's not what I WANNA do when I get angry like this in the past meant that I was feeling insecure wounded. I'm not angry wounded. I'm feeling hurt. So this is going straight into her. Follow up her second question. Which is now that you've changed? Change Your Life. Can you still access that rage which apparently was a vital part of your identity and power and channel it into something productive or is it completely gone into The the rages identified. I have identified. My radio tied it to wound a lot of wounds from early on and those were always activate my rage. If I felt tendered the rage come to protect me kind of right and it would raise up like. Don't worry you don't have to be helping to their fellow. got that kind of thing. Well I I don't feel helpless anymore in many ways At all there are some wounds that are tender and some of them surprise me like I did get insecure twice with these two men when I was Early out of prison and I and I roared at them. They just shut down and I was like Oh shit. I don't WanNa be that guy anymore. You know my whole thing is. Don't let anyone Organiz I from my moods at all and so I did and I felt terrible on five minutes later apologized so it was like pretty quickly I was able to recognize but when I've when I've started we're getting angry out here sometimes what I find it very helpful to say. Oh you petty little voice like you're just wounded so why don't we create character. I always have these characters that these two guys always talk. There's pretty rudy. And there's JETRO Johnny. I have dialogue. Dial after dialogue of these guys pretty rudy and Jeffrey Johnny are the conversation in my head with this stupid voice that once Salaam say all sorts of obnoxious people and death. Jetro Johnny and Pretty Rudy is my voice. Saying you're fucking idiot. Shut the fuck is. He's to ex cons in my ahead right and so pretty rudy's older more mature. He's already felt all the things that young justice johnny angry fills and I can. I can create stories with with this rage that I have at somebody something and Jetro Johnny could verbalize it and so I get all the energy out of me I get to express it but I don't have to directed good at somebody. I'm angry with on the streets or somebody had an argument with some executive Disney. Or whatever I don't have to argue with them whatever I'm feeling in my head whatever I'm agitated by goes straight into the dialogue and makes a crackle because it's justice so raw visceral and it's it's it and then the and it's tempered by this other guy so it's really cool. It goes into my writing and it really creates these dialogues. Were there's this tension. There's there's this aggression and I get to have fun phone with it on the page and then nobody gets hurt in the process of me being able to express it and I get to channel it into and to my art that way. So there's that is. Is it harder being a writer than it is being a bank robber. You.

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"score" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"score" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"I was like Oh shit okay And we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA get into prison in the next few episodes of the show. What happened to you and you went to prison? But we'll be right back with more questions. I have one more question from Taylor. The same technology that we have today was president back when you were robbing banks. Do you think you still would have tried to rob banks or do you think you would have gravitated towards it's a different crime Matt's her say I do know one thing where the moment that I chose to do bankrupt. He was very particular moment. uh-huh and I was Mexico had been robbed. I needed money right away and happen to be in Mexico and I remembered. Oh you know entrepreneur used to go to the United States and rob banks and post offices so I need money right away. Maybe I should become a thief robber. Who does this night had robbed anyone before? Like like I never robbed a liquor store that so for me to make. That was a huge leap but the reason I made it was particularly the chair that I was in Ensenada and I had been robbed and I have two thousand dollars off and I'm like I need money right away. So that's akin to me the idea the Bundy thorough going up in the you know the United States still the money coming back down. That's why I became cover. It was that moment you know you didn't think about what about. Yeah no so because I was interested did in making money as fast as possible. Everything in me that would have said. Oh here's why it's a bad idea was shut down ninety was I was not because already. I'm a fugitive. I'm wanted for being a criminal. I've come to Mexico to embrace my criminality. I'm like I've left all my family. Everyone I didn't tell him I was leaving. As as far as I'm concerned I was never going to see him again. I was dead to them. I was going to be a criminal. Now I'm giving an opportunity. Let's dial this up. It's up your game. You said you came down here to be a criminal. They've given you a chance. It's going down that up so there was no way I was going to be like. Yeah but let me think about this man. What are the things that are going to keep me back? How might catch me now? I don't care I put a gun in the back in my car. Stolen car from San Diego and drive up into San Diego like crazy just crazy. Were criminals precisely one because dumped too. 'cause we're impulsive three no sense feel for posterity Okay next question is from West Hijo. I have a question but first thanks for telling your story I appreciate your honesty and openness. I'm sure it's hard to relive your stories especially the ones about your abusive childhood. Here's my question. Your father used fear to intimidate you and your brother you talk about how much you hated this when you're a kid and we're powerless to do anything about it. Your brother talks about how much he hated it too. And yet you used fear to intimidate bank tellers when you became bank robber if you knew how horrible it felt when fear is used on you how could you justify using it on someone else. That's a good question. Jin Ha the thing is I think you're confused. I never justify using it on anyone else. I don't justify I don't think I'd justified it at the time time. I didn't say I'M GONNA do to people because it was done to me. I did something where I justified being a criminal who moved in the world because I didn't give a shit about morality anyway because society sucked. They didn't protect me so I was angered society in general and I didn't care about the rules that society put put on people I was Because there was rage ful I just felt like fuck you. Nobody protecting me. The world's absurd. There's no such thing as God if there was maybe he would have stepped in. He didn't I don't believe in God that means I don't believe in your God I don't believe in your system and laws unbelievers rules. Fuck you so anybody. WHO's in my way? You're just it's all knuckleheads. Get Out of the way. I don't think I was like well. You know what I didn't like it but like hurting people so I'm going to go do that We do end up behaving exactly the way things were modeled to us as just basic how we are as cost socialization. I was socialized socialized to be a petty man who when my ego was threatened by other people I would use violence to subdue them and intimidation to subdue them. That was what was modeled to me as a human being. I was socialized that way when I grew up and I got angry because people were telling me they they were in my way. They were trying to thwart me thwart. My Ego would be offended and I would behave that way me acknowledging that that's a pattern and that's something that humans do is not justifying that that that what I was doing was right act because I was so desperate angry full of rage there's no logic to that snow rationalizing that so yeah I did what I did and I can see that. That's what I did. It wasn't even a question you were nine of react just reacting. I could see that now and now I don't justify justify it at all. Obviously not at all you know. It's just actually one of the sadnesses of of people who are abused as they grow up and abuse other people right. It's just one of the tragedies of life one of the reasons we're so fucked up is all the people who have been traumatized and they just grow up and nobody he tells them how to do it and the best they can tell them as just pray to God. It's fine it's your good going and they never really deal with it. So there's that okay somewhat related question from Martina in Los Angeles Joe. Have you ever been overcome by rage unexpectedly. And if so what does that look like or have you always always been able to consciously access directed the way you described in the podcast. Would you say that this sets you apart from your father who seems to have been much more impulsive with his anger and unable able to fully control it just because I now talk about what was going on at the time. I had no clue what's going on at the time. There's a lot of this is in retrospect I was able to figure stuff out when I got out of prison. There's a couple of times exploded early on and my like my rage went from you know because when I came auditor. I'd been meditating done so much. Work Myself. And trying to understand what triggered me and everything so it was like real passion like a Buddhist. That was really trying to do the right thing. Be Honorable and I didn't WanNa get angry ever again. I didn't want to any aggression ever again. And a two times I blew up. Yeah I mean like I said things in the media was like Oh are you saying why are we doing this but the good thing was very instantly. I knew that's not who I WANNA be. That's not what I WANNA do when I get angry like this in the past meant that I was feeling insecure wounded. I'm not angry wounded. I'm feeling hurt. So this is going straight into her. Follow up her second question. Which is now that you've changed? Change Your Life. Can you still access that rage which apparently was a vital part of your identity and power and channel it into something productive or is it completely gone into The the rages identified. I have identified. My radio tied it to wound a lot of wounds from early on and those were always activate my rage. If I felt tendered the rage come to protect me kind of right and it would raise up like. Don't worry you don't have to be helping to their fellow. got that kind of thing. Well I I don't feel helpless anymore in many ways At all there are some wounds that are tender and some of them surprise me like I did get insecure twice with these two men when I was Early out of prison and I and I roared at them. They just shut down and I was like Oh shit. I don't WanNa be that guy anymore. You know my whole thing is. Don't let anyone Organiz I from my moods at all and so I did and I felt terrible on five minutes later apologized so it was like pretty quickly I was able to recognize but when I've when I've started we're getting angry out here sometimes what I find it very helpful to say. Oh you petty little voice like you're just wounded so why don't we create character. I always have these characters that these two guys always talk. There's pretty rudy. And there's JETRO Johnny. I have dialogue. Dial after dialogue of these guys pretty rudy and Jeffrey Johnny are the conversation in my head with this stupid voice that once Salaam say all sorts of obnoxious people and death. Jetro Johnny and Pretty Rudy is my voice. Saying you're fucking idiot. Shut the fuck is. He's to ex cons in my ahead right and so pretty rudy's older more mature. He's already felt all the things that young justice johnny angry fills and I can. I can create stories with with this rage that I have at somebody something and Jetro Johnny could verbalize it and so I get all the energy out of me I get to express it but I don't have to directed good at somebody. I'm angry with on the streets or somebody had an argument with some executive Disney. Or whatever I don't have to argue with them whatever I'm feeling in my head whatever I'm agitated by goes straight into the dialogue and makes a crackle because it's justice so raw visceral and it's it's it and then the and it's tempered by this other guy so it's really cool. It goes into my writing and it really creates these dialogues. Were there's this tension. There's there's this aggression and I get to have fun phone with it on the page and then nobody gets hurt in the process of me being able to express it and I get to channel it into and to my art that way. So there's that is. Is it harder being a writer than it is being a bank robber. You.

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"score" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"score" Discussed on The Score: Bank Robber Diaries

"Your listener questions and I gotta say probably not just talk radio. I'm suffering from this winter cold that a lot of people have been suffering from. But here's the thing Joe and I'm hoping is that it really helps We've gotten a few comments on the apple reviews. People thinking my voice. Maybe isn't enough radio enough or podcast fast enough to. Maybe this'll help really well. Yeah a couple of people have said you know maybe could be a little bit deeper sounding to you. He sound son Husky the Ski Husky. I'll take that all right okay. So let's just get fade into it. Hi this is Danielle and my question for Joe is how much if anything to your children now about your past and their two young now do you plan to tell them a not just about the bank robberies but also about the abusive overcome. Thanks that's a one of questions now. Okay so my daughter was seven when I told her about That had been a bank robber She'd been asking a lot of questions. you know go into prisons to talk to people. There Erin. Conduct writing workshops and one time she was seven. I went to San Quentin because I was the The speaker for their graduation. They had a university project in there and So she knew got went into prison. Lots of she had a lot of questions about bad guys. Good guys all this stuff and then one day she has dead. Did you know anybody ever robbed a bank. I think I was like so actually literally because we were not out of the blue but she we were walking out of Safeway and there was a brinks truck. There somebody that and then we're we're we're walking. Did you ever know anymore on debate and then I was like okay. She's starting piecing together and I was like yeah I did. I knew I knew a guy who robbed Ann Arbor car and and then we were driving home after I told her story. Did you have a bank. As do I look around the base. She Goes No. You want to rob a bank because my if you did I would call the cops. Mommy would be angry and she called the cops. Then you say Oh really and I was able to change the subject but we realized that I probably should tell her she was getting the address so we took her out. Doc spent a day with her favorite frozen yogurt went home and then I told her. Hey you know what I was going to prison. And you know Wrote a book and she said Yes. You know I've always gone to prison to help people. It's because I believe people can change their lives and this book is about high once upon time robbed a bank robber banks and went to prison stuff and and so changed my life and everybody you know supports me now Anderson this and that I'm a different man and and now you're my life us break. Broke it down under. I see response was like she went to prison. I said yes she said. Did you have to be in a bucket and I was like now me. I didn't I didn't do time in an eighteenth century French prison. Now the best deal and it turns out she had watched some T- show Finished and firm and when somebody got to prison prison they were given a bucket to pin. So that's her impressionable. Prison West so Were you were you nervous before you told her I kinda would but the truth is that. I'd been preparing for this since she was born before she was born. And the where prepared for it was like every time we watch those shows Ni Hao chi-lan or Kai you or Dora. Every show those kids shows somebody gets eighty and air for doing something wrong and everyone has like welcome back into the group and I look at all those stories as future reentry story like I was GonNa Lean in all those we talked about that. Sometimes you have to help people get back in the communities about. That's what we do. We Love Them. We throw love at them and we saw the problems. I always would work. Though storylines into our lives. Everywhere to let her know. Redemption was the storyline. She needed understand. 'cause I knew one day I was going to have to give my redemption story to her. So that's great question. You next question is from Erica. Cullen hey guys loving the podcast however very saddened about the abuse Joe. His brother and stepmom up mom faced. Thank you for sharing private story. Okay onto the questions. I love heist movies and lovable criminals. And Joe you're totally lovable. Criminal how how do you get rid of a Deepak or whatever. tracers are putting the stacks of money to a few months ago in Georgia. Armored truck opened up and a bunch of money spilled out of the back of it they ask people to return the money. How do you know that the money isn't being tracked or traced or that? It's okay to spend fun fact. I live in Lancaster. Texas which is where body in cloud robbed their first bank and it sounds like maybe Erica's interested in biting. Except maybe a little bit. But okay how do you get rid of a dye pack or a tracer that are in the stacks stacks.

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Tony the Movie Guy

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"score" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

"Well, that's a good question. I mean, it depends on your process, you know, and it also depends largely on how the director works because a lot of directors will use what's called temp music, which is they take other music scores from other films, and they cut them in this. And then you kind of have and they added to them, and it's also yelich reference for the complete. Right. This is kind of what I'm going for. And it's kinda starts talking point of where to go. So that's usually how it would go. And then from there composer would usually use a sample ivories and sentenced to kind of mock up as best as he can the score, and what should sound like different instruments again genuine question, set, the tone on the mood of the like if you want if something's violent scene or. Dramatic or emotional different instruments. Like, you were talking about lot of Besson, you know, for like Star Wars or something. Like does that come into definitely does? Yeah. I mean, there's so many factors. I mean instruments have naturally kind of their tone. Yeah. Kind of what they might be good at like, you probably won't use a Piccolo or something and a big dramatic senior. Delicate. But again, I think there will be blood and like that music is just weird. It's all over the place. Right. There will be blood, obviously. I mean, it draws a lot more from twentieth century composers star Meeks slides there's all sorts stuffing kind of pulling from Pendarovski and other twentieth century museum. He's a twentieth century composer. Well known in the field. Yeah. Okay. Cool. And. You know, he just uses a lot more his music is also like the shining, for example, you know, it's like. That you. That you've heard a lot. So I don't really know what Jonny Greenwood's processes. I'd be curious to you know. But I'm sure just working with the director. He probably had ideas of what he's looking for you, probably Johnny kind of try some things or decent things. You know? No one team, especially the NC again spoilers. No. I'm done. Yeah. Like, I like you're bringing me back like, it's cool. And this is a testament to how resonant these music schools on. So these are great picks because I'm thinking these films and these films everyone's seen that doesn't times. I and the music out to me. Yeah. It's interesting because like demoing that sort of music for director is harder than demoing standard film music. I can only with brass and the strings are kind of playing whatever it's easier to make it sound closer to what it'll sound like with samples and get that approved whereas something like this. I'd be curious how he did that, you know, can he probably brought in some musicians to you know. Record some things or who knows. You know? Crazy. That's awesome. Okay. Great pick. All right. My next one. So this is kind of my my other boy, like Joan Williams is my favorite music composer hands. Zimmer is probably my second inception. Yeah. Do you like the movie, I do do you like the school? The score is great the school. Like, that's one way you're elevated the movie and beyond the movie people fell in love with the school. I know so many of my friends who just love the music. Definitely I think inception in interstellar private gray and then dot night as well. Right, which incredible that's hands or as well. The reason I'm most kind of putting those together. Because again, I might have hands him on his the elements of those the score to me is it's quite similar in each of those movies, actually, inception into Stella and the dot night. I think inception is the most unique that like that. That nine minute track time. It's cool. Right. That became really popular on its own. Yeah. That's beautiful piece. No the score for that is is incredible. And also just how thoughtful it is in terms of you know, he was thinking about the different layers inception and kind of working out what that would be in terms of the film score. You know? Mentioned into Stella. I mean, we could spend probably an hour and a half a fan of the movie music incredible. That actually have true offender that move. I've had like knock down drag outs. So people. Infuriates me because there's so many good things about that filming clearly like that comb because you you're grinning, Geeta cheek band, not necessarily very controversial film in that sense. Like, so many potholes people..

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