20 Burst results for "Serling"
"serling" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Professional signer. So she's been designing the newsletter forest book's fantastic and and and we've been able to put a lot of content into it The people you know are my fellow. Board members have really stepped up to you know. Contribute some really significant of pieces for and so. It's really nice. I think it is more substantial than just the a news letter. you know. it's not just telling you exactly what what's going on. It's give you some some more stuff so so we've been very happy with the last three issues have been that expanded style and and if you're a an active member of the foundation meaning you've given twenty five dollars over the last twelve months. You will not only debt the eversion the online version of newsletter. But we're going to bundle them and you'll get an actual prince version that will be sending out to active members. It will be a combination or a compilation of all the prior newsletters plus some additional Some some additional material as well. So that'll be going out. Probably by the end of december and that will be the first time that really. We're giving you know we're sending people in actual physical specimen on actual physical thing they can hold onto some. I think i'm hoping that people will be as excited about it as i think they will be. Oh i think so. I think so i i have to mention specifically because it was useful and entertaining a. You've done a great article about if you want to have to complete wakes of rod sailing on dvd what what's available and what's out there. And what can you actually get. That was a great article. Man you got a great collection there. Thank you thank you. Yeah that was one of the things. That's one of the things that actually inspired me to write my book in the first place rod serling his life work in imagination. One of the things inspired me to do was just just come compiling that list of everything that exists..
"serling" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Oh right yeah. Somebody can. Now wait until the first of the year. Whatever the whatever the weather whatever the snake was. I'm not shot. Ski shot ski for jerry maguire. But her right. Yeah yes camera for a little slower. You know good work. Horses get hurt get issue so that keeps them out for. Not but what i'm saying. Is i like the rams and obviously if you have a horse and he wins the seventy you know. Let's take the words around the fastest fire but we'll get to highly motivated. Who wanted six napper wants to read a big fight. Well that's fine but if you want to win the derby. Winning six sample rate has been getting a lot of confidence. How quickly. And i'm not saying i'm just using the example. It win the rams them with an ninety three mile eight. There's a lot of reason to you. Know be encouraged. You may have a mile quarter horse. But should i make more of that race. That a mile and a sixteenth. The breeders cup. No and i'm you know. I am firmly in the camp studies. A proven this that one searchers is a bunch of hooey for the most part one is going to help courses closer because the pay rate to be quicker and two thirds of it helps feed conversely because of as way to be slow. But there's no you know the the notion there's a horse's improve of one turn to turn well. Most of the time. I think where it would come from is other than equinox. Delmonte what arlington and churchill evergreen race beyond seven furlongs on tracks around now is around. I l mile. Races would be a to churn rate. I think it was more of a euphemism barrage that were from. I think unfortunately it's been misused as the thinking that somehow to hers reason the as well as it gets more distance no distance. I'm also going to. I'm also gonna read off a few others since we'd looked up For shot ski. How how about these winners of the rimsson in the last ten years catholic boy motown mo- heyman slowdown literally eddy. I don't know if you're button your mouth navy too close to your know my my mouth not not close tonight. The where it's always quickly. i will not understand. I heard i heard the first one. I forget who it was but i heard catholic boy. Okay mo- town. Well town was baptized. Until you got the turks either way he went on to a successful career he was a hoarder mo- heyman e turned out to be a.
"serling" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"And I never wanted to be cavalier about it but I was wondering you're talking about when she actually consider it all that I look at everything before I call this guy a name or make fun of this guy or be judgmental of this fellow and I'm not. Not, that I have a true understanding of why somebody steps out like that because I really don't and I've never on a personal basis done that even appreciated that kind of behavior I just don't. He may be approved. I don't care, but just never never appreciate that. Me I always felt that if we can go in it openly and you can leave it open, you don't need to screw up the thousand in the meantime. People do all the time you leave. have their rune, which should be an open until you're done with it. But. Nevertheless that's what that that fellow got involved in I'm sure without trying to make an excuses from anyone. That some of that had to do with him dealing with depression impression and all the things that he was dealing in many instances you know when when you're a writer. Especially in in his particular field. I mean you're dealing with corporate sponsors. Giving them all kinds of hassles about the racial overtones of of his work, but the social implications of his work. I mean one time he he mentioned something into his script about a match and the the the the commercial sponsor of twilight zone. Let's listen you need to take that crap out. Now I'm Ronson I'm a lighter produce. So I, can't be talking about matches on this show I'm trying to sell some damn ladders here. That's literally what he had to do. A guy got kicked out I mean so they were not playing around sponsorship. In. The world of Rod serling the nineteen fifties would not the same as they are. Now now a- show gets controversial they risk that they can lose to sponsor. The other way it was that's that's different back. Then there was an entirely different way the sponsor paid for the show if you did something dumb did literally having somebody out there to to the studio hey, this by the way. How about you stop this crap. We're gonNA just walk away. That's how it used to be back in. So they had a real say in how things went how things were said. And that's why he had to do a lot of couching and science fiction and horror and fantasy and all kinds of different things. I think one time he had a episode where he had the Jewish Person Lens instead of a black person because he couldn't do that. Even, though the actually was happening during the time, he's doing the show in the south. So. There was so much stuff. He added simply allude to allegory all of that just because those who thinks he was up to so imagine you dealing with all that. You dealing with your own demons from war to you don't want all kinds of depression you're dealing with exhaustion. He still got a family to got to contend with and the wife. So and and of course, drinking do whatever you can do to kill whatever pain is. I guess you know. Slipping over the to a another woman now, and then probably seemed like practically standard fare for him..
"serling" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"How often are you writing for? Chad Brown how he's rotting for for should. Be Writing. For Christoph, you know the Ri- the, trainers would forces have been taking a lot of the money. He doesn't ride that freedom. And what make winning more impressive. You Know Yep and to be fair you know I don't I don't really get along with Deja but chase instead of great job you know pack you obviously health widows they'd better but they don't have some sort of end with this I mean, Linda's probably the and they rise the ocean. More of these winning. They're they're doing a great job of. Being successful without having, you know a lot of layoffs, not a lot of layoffs in his in his actually very few. Very few favorites. If you go through his list of winters, the last few weeks and he's in, he's in with Mark Hennig marks using them a lot makers using him. As. Well. How about how about how about that traipsing at at thirteen to one? TRAIPSING were. Shoot US exactly. Well I mean he went believe. Believe he knew rate once again, newspapers rate and he went fully. healed. Favorites simply no show worship me. But yeah, no, no, he's he's written. Well, the evidence is not just the results but you know. For more than results I should say. You know I gotTa bring up with you you and I didn't talk about it off air at all on on Saturday We were still driving down and and I'm watching and I played the. Got beat up again in the cross country but I I put up a tweet the said. I didn't get the memo about bread man he opened at five to two and never. Star John Cherono memo. Word about horses that have already run. That was clearly baton in doubles and yet you're paying attention you use them. That's all that's not. I you know what? Else? You. Bet. No question about. Iran. I bet the second worse who? Braver managers right thing. He wants the front didn't go super fast. He ran his wing race in various rest of the Bradman was better solid anybody else closed in their exactly exactly and. Don't break. Speaking of coming from off the pace, Videira and resume and. stabilize. Because of the wicked pace. Fatten there and with all due respect that it was a fabulous ride by Georgia's reo and he needed. I needed. An incredible ride by Joel. And a wild pace scenario and the horse you've been a second blow out was about a thousand lakes, the best and even the third place finisher for Tony in there that American always runs well, stay right by. Right they ran the best to raise the ADERA was third best for the combination of dwells ride and the pace you just love for that source. That horse was third. Bearing.
MLB Playoffs Preview
"Okay. Let's get to the American theories start today obviously the headliner is the the series I'm going to be lucky enough to do starting at seven o'clock. Tonight we've got the Indians playing host to the Yankees you got Shane Bieber Garrett Cole a good old fashioned. Of Two aces one guy you know the best pitcher on the planet two years ago versus Shane Bieber's the best pitcher on the planet this year, what are you expecting in this series? Yeah. Mean this is going to be one of the best games of the entire postseason. I suspect you know what an unbelievable matchup shame bieber won. The MLB pitching triple crown wins the are strikeouts I gotta do that since Johan Santana and two, thousand six, and he not even be the most dominant picture in this game was Garrett Cole is pretty good. I looked up any postseason series game would match up and I might have missed one but the last. Game. One. Battle with a lower co by the area that I found was two thousand fourteen Clayton Kershaw as eerie won the MVP versus Adam wainwright who had a two three yards that year. So there's been some great ones we had Sherzer Colin game the world series last year, but this is just Terrific game one matchup for me the key thing in this series, and in this game, tonight is going to be how clean they play and I gotta say having watched the Yankees a lot this year they have not performed well on defense I was looking at defensive runs saved and there's no perfect measure of defensive play but the Indians were tied for second best in the regular season defensive run save they have an excellent defensive team Garrett Cole was talking about yesterday how the the Indians don't make mistakes in on the other hand. The Yankee seem to make a lot of mistakes the key guy for me in this series, labor. Taurus who has not had a good season he is not played well, defensively what about for you just some other factor that's jumping out of you. Yeah. I wasn't good point on the defense I watch Erin Moods game session the other day Friday or Saturday they made a bunch of airs and the look on his face was just discussed. Because that's been a problem on your ankles. Yeah. Obviously, it's the Cleveland offense. Are they going to be able to generate enough runs and I'm intrigued because yet they had one of the lower homerun rates in the majors. The Yankees allow the most home runs of any playoff team. You Know Garrett call had some of those homerun issues you know in the middle of the season not so much as last couple starts, but the Yankees do give up run so. That's to me. CLEVELAND'S GONNA have to figure out a way to knock it few the fence Jose Ramirez of course has been red hot Carlos Santana, great regular season, but he's heated up a little bit the last couple of weeks. So that's the key can Cleveland hit any home runs off the New York pitching and can the Yankees hit on the road the numbers the road splits for the Yankees this year are shocking. Great. Point. In fact, we had a note saying Sam. Millard this one of the twenty largest home roads blitz I. Forget how far he went back. This was history X. number of years but the twenty largest. Were Colorado Rockies, teams, and the other was the two thousand twenty so that yeah. Huge toll roads blitz this year. The. White Sox and Oakland Plankton a Lucas G Lido the obvious pick for the white sox start in Oakland Hey seuss Lazaro gets the start the young left-hander for the Oakland athletics we had serling the podcast yesterday and she mentioned the white sox fourteen in our game started by left-handers Lazardo left-hander. So I was a little bit surprised but maybe that's kind of where Oakland is with their rotation right now. Now, they don't have a clear number one I was surprised because Lazaros last appearance was actually in relief so I thought they might use them out of the end. This could be kind of a bullpen series for Bob Melvin right buster they had the lowest era In relief many team you know really deep bullpen saw even the Lazardo starting I would not expect him to go deep into this game maybe even just one time through the rotation.
"serling" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Exactly. Britain. I said to him I said well Eddie your counterpoint will be tomorrow. At Andy serling joins US and Andy. Andy wants her to stay focused and. Eddie a couple. Let's see I'm GonNa Group the next to conversation points the the to turf three year, old events and sweet Melania kind of figured to be on on the isolated league. That's how it came to pass. decorated invader. feels like he's getting more. tractable, and and you can do more with him. He's a big talent, but the both performances were were nice. Decorated invader was was great i. Really good. you know I think? Jose cut soccer. Joe L. Enjoy really didn't have much choice. Go inside because they might have thought top the stretch. I don't know. Maybe realized he didn't have the horse laps for. Schwartz Secretary dater had, but I don't think he was unhappy that you wanted to go inside of, but it didn't matter that she's just really good vast library after the summer pace, and you know smaller field obviously so got himself in easy position but US good. He was good. He sell good to stop my thinking finally suppler. Careful yeah, that's GONNA be. That's tough. Rally the IT's hard and I. Looked at it and. He came pretty close. Audience and you know not straight GOP poppy, a second call the Cobra jet, Yada in different situations but He's he's really good. Season three year old. He's got a lot of approving jail when Chris tops talking about running with both the hall of fame, which I think is opening weekend this year, and then Cheryl Derby, which is snowing later or something, so yeah, no, he's good. Things be in west point a very doors on their hands. As far as You know You know political feelings aside Very well, listen. She met very well reader. Stop you now, It's not like she had it. You know I think that some people might have looked at that and seeing the pace. Know? He's just on the front and she was widely I. Turn The for yourself. She run well in there and she had a controlling trip on the front end. was too good to be in those circumstances at some point. Perhaps it won't be as couple in the front end for her. We'll see if that changes things, but he's a dangerous thing. especially the Turkeys as because they're. So we're south. There have apps need so if you take her senior talent together. She going to be able to win races And it's not as though the reader stop when she had tested pace spotlight chief older ten. Joey lost, but what about? Sharing And sharing was a big story this weekend as well with their the second-place finish over. So We'll see. About the second worst Barclays ran well, but I also love that. I love those highlands versus. You know go back island. VS On this. Article Back in the day. When even Barkley was young and I was much younger. Than I am now. Well he was he was delighted with the performance of of not just not just the highland, but also of pleasant orb. He got a great one black stripe for. Chuck carries happy as I was. That's true you. You zeroed in US zeroed in on her. Right Nice. To run behind. Yeah, yeah not gotten a good ride of. And she. Could improve. And I didn't really like. Casual so I thought if you didn't like casual. That did up and made her. Easily as good, if not better than the others the other. Citizen. Works out usually. Andy let's group. The sprint races together the obviously the grade one when it comes to know paroles performance took control early, but then the the first or that happy saver. Who's obviously a talent and Indian? Pride isn't getting enough attention for her allowance win. Or. Mrs Danvers finishing second tour so I mean. Let's not know recruit hurt in the conversation. Obviously you know all the other three phillies. Probably you know trains book when they saw mean and they're gonNA have to figure out. What These people thought. But Yeah, Indian five came back. you. We'll see within the pride. She's obviously a horse and I long conversations with her about her with Brown, they were stopped even the ratio right. She make north third start in June of the year. Maybe she would have started earlier if not the damage to be fair share, but and she. She ran very race Rodman. She blew the break and what as a terrific race in Wayne Winning haulers so? She's good, and she was able to pretty much control that race Savior, she, you know probably one something laughs, but we'll say because. China is worse at least known as strength. Addition this point garage. WHO's better than she is? She's good as far as Mrs Danvers I don't think she'll lucians or really, and truly like of one, but he realized you probably wasn't GonNa. Be Any rival. She ran just fine finishing second. She backed up the hosted a lot of PAT for last year. where I think there's every chance and she even safe down last year she could've been the zero champion to be honest I. think she's as good if not better than what we saw last year, but do the race. It does matter but I I think she's back and I think she belongs the conversation at this point x Camin. Beside good, but but I. Mrs San Versus GonNa. Take step forward. She's going to be a okay. Fan. We'll say. About the two boys races. Events nappy far by the way just quickly, yeah! I think the general feeling. Is the track much up a little bit? Because it's hard to give a high high figures you would if you gave him ninety nine comparison one hundred. no parole got..
"serling" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Rod Serling and The Twilight Zone here's Jesse when sterling submitted a script called the time element to CBS as the pilot for the twilight zone CBS used the script for another show Westinghouse does he replace nineteen fifty good evening ladies and gentlemen and welcome to another Westinghouse digital by house tonight we're going to see story written by run starting and starring William Bendix our story begins in a doctor's office the patient is sitting there he walked into this office nine minutes ago this would have been the original premiere episode of The Twilight Zone the story concerns a man who has vivid nightmares about the attack on Pearl Harbor the signs to visit psychiatrist can you tell me one simple statement whether or not I'm off my rocker without dragging in Sigmund Freud wrote a medical school English can you tell me what's wrong with me I can try thank you for having this dream I've had I don't know five or six times now what sort of never have any wacky dreams it seemed real sure I guess we all have whatever happened over and over again Richard same dream the same dream I don't it doesn't change the twist ending reveals that the patient died at Pearl Harbor the psychiatrist was actually the one individual yes I have been on the rocks the guy in the picture not only on the other S. P. Johnson is a ten by no Canson that's all he was killed the episode received so much positive fan response at CVS greenlit the.
"serling" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"It to beaver the Lone Ranger and I Love Lucy The Twilight Zone was a dark psychological thriller mixing fantasy with suspense in the dark hours of the night we were shocked that they are can you after graduating high school in nineteen forty three rod Serling began his military career serving in the eleventh airborne division in World War two nightmares and flashbacks for the rest of his life it influenced much of his writing I was traumatized into writing my world it's like going through a war in a combat situation feeling that desperate sense to terrible for some sort of therapy get out of my god write it down this is the way it began for me because I came back with eleven million other guys with very similar problems it was not unique nor was it not to be expected we we had a very special problems that we were going to write about he was face to face with death every day if you use the unpredictability of tests in his writing I can I can see with anybody not falling into this pattern rights has certain special loves certain special hang ups certain special pre occupations and predilections in my case it's a hundred to be young again desperate hunger to go back where it all began and I think you'll see this as a running threat to a lot of things in Iraq and part of creativity of course is being able to have the capacity to convey that kind of hunger that kind of nostalgia kind of bitter sweet feeling to those who have never happened throughout the nineteen fifties rod Serling established himself as one of the most popular names in television he was also famous for criticizing the motives of other television writers at the time I'm not convinced that ninety.
"serling" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Can't ask for any more out of what we've been in a lot of you not at all Karl. Nascar everybody the opportunity here in the shadow of a derby the derby genre. Let's call it Because we have one on Saturday right Just just special. Thanks Karl. We hope to hope to see in the fall out of the ordinary you know the summer. We'LL BE THERE. Thank you okay. Carl Nascar. Everybody we're going to stay right here and Andy Serling IS GONNA join US right in a sack a casey had them and getting them back and hard not to you. Know just really stay with the that kind of a conversation when you have a chance to you. Know to talk to to Karl Nascar and and we spent a little bit more time. Obviously on unbridled. Just because we haven't had that I think that detailed the conversation and I you know the the one guy that out of the unbridled the story we have been unable to get Craig Perret. GotTa Get Craig Audit. We didn't we didn't get him last year when you know the the hall of fame Came and We we gotta we gotta get some big one of his Just a huge fan. I think the Greg Jarrett was one of those riders along with Mig that I kept an eye stephen too so a lot of fun to talk today on the anniversary of both street sense and unbridled these sirloin joining us. And of course the off of a very full three day weekend between the Fox shows Andy. Good morning are really good And and big Zito joined us for a good forty five minutes to the the morning and talks what he was he was so he's always great. I mean you. You've been one of friends for years right and it's been a great friend. I've Nick I I think Nick befriended.
"serling" Discussed on KTRH
"That he felt like that we were living in a Twilight Zone and he you know we're talk about rod Serling retire about how you know many of them I was young when many of the twilight zones came out I mean many people older than me remember when they were first coming out but I remember they were out we watch a lot of reruns for on thanksgiving you could see the Twilight Zone marathons which are good and I will tell you I said yeah I said you know one of the things people don't realize about rod sterling is is that he is cynical a lot of what he wrote what he wrote those it'll tidbits of what role did TV series is classic TV series he was very cynical about the future and that's why many of the stories had these the cynical endings you know one of my favorite ones is the monsters are due on maple street in fact if you watch that that that that's one that's the single out that when people are scared how they react okay and I was speaking to him about how it was my favorite he was give me some of his favorites I said if you ever heard of black mirror there's no I've never heard of black mirror and I said black mirror you need to see that movie that the TV show to TV series you watch on Netflix I told him I said it basically is like The Twilight Zone that paints a bleak picture of how we interact with our new technology in the future it's actually you know people said that it's the twilight zone of the twenty first century and the show when you're watching this you you understand that you know that did it the guy that writes it and produces it many of the things that he is will actually written and produced come true and then of course I was having a discussion with Christy Williams she was the woman that was here with her and ran with the ouija board short time by the ouija board short time can it was and she was telling me about how we're living in today reminded her of the Netflix film bird box every member Bandersnatch and bird box came out at the same time and Bandersnatch was a product of black mirror and bird box was something else it was that it was basically this dark three fiction or not you're forced to make choices to go beyond your morals your morality because of some crisis is that it's so unknown crisis some invisible enemy remember movie many of us saudades bird box ahead Sandra bullock unit John Malkovich Sarah Paulson and it was when I saw the film and I mean watch again if it's available I saw the film I thought it was some sort of alien invasion film invasion of shadow we demons wincing cause people to kill themselves and it reminded me a lot of the happening none of you knew about films called the happening had M. night Shyamalan he did the film basically the film has suffered from a lot of bad acting but it was about how a group of people just all of a sudden we're dying of some strange disease Donny what it what it is to some invisible disease they found out that it was being passed from person to person by plants it was said that the the the the the plants themselves have a technology a special technology today they can warn other plants of predators and for some reason mother nature decided to trigger these plans to start attacking the predator that put her just having the us and we did a guy didn't whatever it was some you know like pollen or whatever was getting your system which are killing each other we are killing ourselves many of the film like the crazies George Romero getting kind of a zombie film without the zombies it's like get bird box crazy zombies yeah it's like it's just a subtle zombie film without the six psychotic chords you know walking through the streets seeking brains and like Bandersnatch and bird box what we look at here is we look at what I can control the mind and what do people do when they're scared the fear factor okay some mysterious invisible entity it is the it is like your final destination where death is the village there's this invisible entity that they're fighting against you don't see it but you know it's death you know it's fear okay and we did a whole show about we did several shows about these types of movies the bird box movie the Bandersnatch film all these things and I knew that when I was watching Bandersnatch was watching bird box and I was watching the crazies all this better stanchion bird box was impressing me about the idea that algorithms we're controlling the characters of every single one of us and I remember saying the bird box is a metaphor for Twitter and social media and I know it sounds odd but it just seemed to me that something was triggering this type of attitude and it seemed like it had something to do with with the you know they were exposed to something like whether B. and and bird box of course would be as a metaphor for Twitter but they were exposed to something and made them feel terrible about themselves they were exposed to whatever they sought a filter but the Serbs and of to kill themselves and this is like an alien invasion film because you remember invasion of the body snatchers for example there's actually made as a metaphor about the middle controls of communism and how it's like an invisible alien force and other other films you may remember the pain aliens invaders who are there to change your individualist philosophies and becoming dangerous collective philosophy is to create a destructive group dynamic much like what we're experiencing now another film that similar is the live or how about the alien Borg in Star Trek something promotes or actually pushes this as something invisible pushes this idea of creating but group think okay and every group thing comes encroachment of social norms and get and people start doing strange things like start eating tide pods of they start eating cinnamon or the drink bleach with a drink called I mean this is why we've seen this type of thing happen over and over and over again and we've seen you know different memes and monsters and things on on you know the internet like Malmo in river mall mall every give me hell for mobile I got a mobile in my office but momo is is the perfect example this Malmo was his ugly face creature this ugly ugly you know hideous woman they were claiming was showing up in videos urging children to commit suicide right and this is happening all around the same time as bird boxing Bandersnatch in all these films I'm talking about what reminded me of Israel it would Robert highland road he said cultures sure complex of sim symptoms but a dying culture invariably exhibits personal rudeness bad manners lack of consideration for others and minor matters a loss of politeness of gentle manners which is more significant than an all out right pessimism cynicism he sings partnering on a psychographic level if you go down a greater rabbit hole in this is where I begin tonight taking you down the rabbit hole the reason why I want to do this is because I don't think anyone anyone his approach covert nineteen in this way and I'm thinking just thinking if you listen to me if you listen I have to say you're gonna be realizing something about this pandemic I can the films pandemics mass suicides pandemics of people going crazy zombies all this stuff it all starts somewhere whether it's a disease a virus a biological warfare agent or something else that could be happening something else it's far more hideous something that be contextualized and pointed to and shown as being a contributor to why we're losing our humanity what if I were to tell you what he has seen its grip is not human no it's not alive but he pretends to be and we certainly trusted more than we trust our families brothers or sisters or mothers or fathers parents we trusted more than you realize and it's having an effect on every single one of you.
"serling" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"You know four year old sources in that division because last year we knew it was going to be a struggle and it turned out to be a struggle right. It wasn't you know wasn't surprised me. Let's face it is like preservation preservation. This this is the six or seven year old. Saved us right in some ways. You know I mean. Obviously the Kinsey did some good things but generally knew that it was going to be a struggle in this year. I I there weren't really the kind of three year olds this year that it signed early stuff deals right. I mean maximum security. Obviously hadn't you know you could compare funny way to California chrome right where. He's a talented horse but he doesn't really have a pedigree. Megan cited right You mean complexity hadn't gotten one and you know obviously this most of your anyway. But he came back with exciting performance. And you know he could run now. I'm not sure Mama Beach I know is going to leave it but I don't know most of these re coder is owned by basically laid that writes that they want to raise them. And then soften those guys WanNa raise the race so anywhere. We're in a good position this year whether it could really be some some nice sources coming back next year work or some of those racists could really good Mackenzie still around right. So the possibility exists that that the division could be stronger this year. Much deeper and stronger. Well and you know uh with clayborn clayborn interest With a obviously with his son spite sound out of an API mayor and spice down. What about twenty twenty five thousand half to go down and a lot of ways one of the most incredible sires all time in a number of ways not just because uses horses seed but do everything long short term doesn't seem to matter but also because and he did good right? I mean he had some good earlier missed a lot of time to finally put all together gather when he was seven And one of those races and just not the kind of course that you would imagine would be great sire. He's just been credible it. Of course it's funny that you couch it in those terms and you know he's he's bygone west and out of Storm Cat Lehrer spikes town and of course for Mr Melnyk as a campaigner but You look at you look at the sons. That did you know that. That are making their mark and central banker. Here in New York for instance and of course munnings And then some assorted regional title successes to So clearly clayborn has got designs on on performer. Standing it down the road of clayborn great supporters of our television show. I love to before they were great. Supporters Roy Moore Sal. You know your man your man nobody. Nobody lights up mattress Mack. Like you do when you interview him. there's there's there's his fireworks and he He was out of Arizona last week. You gave the keynote address. I saw that I saw that. Yeah well he's been a tremendous supporter quarter of ours. And I appreciate that. We all do an IRA but I do too We're we're we're trying so people will get behind this. I gotta go well. You were tremendous. I appreciate the extra time. Give everybody your holiday wishes and for the New Year. Okay you want me to do it for you or do you want to do it for yourself. This is yeah. This is the rapid about twenty nine thousand nine hundred the week between Christmas atmospheres. You'll be. I'm no oh I'm I'm ten days ten days. Everybody gets a specialty gift. No steam vic for two weeks so thoughtful it. It's the gift that keeps on. Giving of course I wished I hope everybody has a wonderful holiday. Thank you and tell everybody what movies they should see. While they're off themselves they have A. I'm actually GONNA move now. I'm going to Richard Jewell I saw That Adam Sandler movie yesterday. Uncut jams. That movie's crazy. It's crazy to while great. It was a great movie but it was really good so wild movie though Nice. There's a big Oscar buzz for Sandler. I don't care what the Oscars building ridiculous allegations of nothing and that note. We'll have a great holiday. Everyone by Eddie serling. You'll you'll hear from him next than the New Year and of course he'll be he'll be back on your on your eighty w feed on Thursday. Oh I didn't even ask him where we're running Thursday. Hey we got carlisle battle in the sex and I didn't even ask. I forgot to ask Andy what he thought he'll pick her third or fourth. That's what he always does. Let's take a break when we come back. Elizabeth noblest is going to join us.
"serling" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"It's about the inner world of emotion. I like to think that after all these years of doing this show I at least have a sense of rod sailing and the man he was. I have no such insights into ray Bradbury simply because I don't know enough now if you go to mark Zicree last interview on this. Show that my friend Brandon. Did he says that. Ray Bradbury's philosophy. Was that the answer to everything is Love. So it's quite hard to take when you read or hear the vigour with which he goes after sailing about the plagiarism matter. And if you check how Jason and Sonny Bronx documentary. The way he talks about Rod. Sailing is is very disappointing. Is Very old manatees point. Clearly he has health issues and he's struggling but I do remember watching that. I'm being quite dismayed by this situation. Now I'm not here to demonize Ray Bradbury but I do feel that the values that we all associate with Rod serling you would have precluded him from plagiarizing ray Bradbury's wake now throughout the twilight zone. We have head these accusations from people other than Brad Brie free and when we actually hold the wake up to the light and have a look at it. We realize how unfounded the accusations tend to be. And we've also oh head of Rudd sailing closing down the open submission policy on the twilight zone to God's against accusations of plagiarism. So to plagiarize ager is arguably one of the most famous science fiction. Writers in the world at that point doesn't really make sense now. Another friend Andrew. Schneider Schneider wrote to me before. I put this APP so together and he made me aware of the electric grandmother but he also made me aware of another instance where Bradbury was very vocal about an adaptation of his way Andrew Rights. I will note that the twilight zone wasn't the last time bradberry savage to final final TV production of one of his own scripts. BRADBERRY CO wrote descript for a three part miniseries adaptation of his book the Martian in chronicles which aired in nineteen eighty and his co screenwriter. Richard Matheson Andrew goes on the following is from the IMDB Trivia section on that mini series for disclosure. I wrote this entry though. Have long since forgotten the original source of the information and he writes writes. The mini series was originally scheduled for release in September nineteen seventy nine as a major kickoff to the nineteen seventy nine eighty season thousand. Unfortunately it fell victim to some negative publicity from Ray Bradbury himself. Although Bradbury had worked with script writer Richard Matheson in adopting his book to the small screen. He was less than thrilled with the final production at one point shortly before the mini series scheduled. Release Police Bradberry fads himself the sole representative of the production at a press conference when one reporter asked him what he thought of. The miniseries responded candidly boring. NBC Soon shelved a mini series and did not air until January one thousand nine hundred eighty now. I Admire Ray. Bradbury is honesty. I admire the fact that he hasn't your sugar coated because it says work and he didn't like the add up tation so he said it. But it's also indicative of the factor. Ray Bradbury did seem to have quite a temper on times. I'm what I also found to be a a little troublesome. Is that two stories in the eighties. Twilight zone based on bradberry short stories and one of them. The banning mad was adopted apted by a writer and director called JD. FAGEL SIN and although bribery wasn't directly involved in the production of you most definitely approved grieved ave and on the website bradberry media Darko. UK There is a quote from one thousand nine hundred eighty. Six early. Says it was very good. It was written and directed by a friend of mine. I got him the job I fought for him. He did the script and I told the people at the twilight zone that I wanted him to director and I was in New York on my way to Europe when he called me. They don't want me to direct. He said I'll just back off. I said I only sold a script so you could do it. So get the hell off the phone and go tell them you're going to direct it or else that's the end. You got to fight for yourself off. He called me back an hour later and said I got it and I said thank God I screamed you. You've got to believe in yourself. He called me many times afterward to thanks for being fan so he knows what friendship is now also on that same page. It says Fagel sin has known bradberry for nearly two years. He is and says the Bradberry taught him writing. I had met him through a PBS film. That I did a civil war movie. By Ambrose Beers a mutual friend suggested that I show it to ray and he offered to mental me and still does actually and fatos use of the banning months story came about through his attempt to develop and sell a different and Sala g series of his own called strange dimensions on bradberry authored and the banning man to adapt apt so although strain dimensions never came to be Vegas incentive scripts to James Crock who's producing the new twilight zone and Allen Brennan who was story editor of the new twilight zone said that the script had theatrical dialogue that no one ever speaks outside of a ray Bradbury the story so that kind of backs road sailings take on the adaptability of Ray Bradbury's wag also Fagel and sat on that site. What what I did with raise approval was cut out dialogue that went on longer than a need to establish whatever effect it was supposed to do? It was more of an editing job as well as putting it into tally play form now. bradberry was very happy with this adaptation of the banning man and clearly fagel son has looked for his approval on any goods to dialogue. So it does suggest bradberry is very protective and sensitive to changes to his work for the screen and of course he has the right as the creator of the way but also in the eighties. Twilight zone is a story called the elevator. That from what I can tell was actually written by Ray Bradbury based on one of his own on produce short stories now. The reason season that I mentioned these is that I find it quite troubling to be honest because by the time the twilight zone came around Rhode sailing had passed away but regardless of this the twilight zone is show the eighties twilight zone is his show. The two thousand twilight zone is his show and so is the latest version. Yes the creators are different but they are playing in his son box. So Ray Bradbury to be attacking sailings character in one breath but then to come back to his show after he has passed away. That doesn't quite sit right with me because has had been a gesture of posthumous reconciliation. Perhaps I would be more accepting of it. But bradberry continued to make these occasional Hazna comments about sailing after these adaptations. What's your assessment of the whole thing you know did bradberry genuinely feel that sailing was plagiarised or was the more to the now facing bredbury genuinely felt slighted?.
"serling" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"Not in some heavily profound speech that the grandmother gives and to be honest while I have some issues wiz. I sing the body. Electric the twilight zone invasion. I still Kinda Kinda got the gist of the parts of the story. I don't think it was a major emission. So is the television movie better than the twilight zone episodes. I think I prefer the showroom seen in the twilight zone episode because it has a beautiful dark room and you could hypothesize that the show Joe Room itself was a product of the twilight zone but other than that I think that yes. The television movie tells the story better and the reason season I was keeping track of the timing in the episode earlier on. Was that what the television movie has that. The twilight zone lacks is time. Now the fabled listed story style of the best twilight zone episodes where things are pared down to their essence and told to us in such a way as to be deceptively. Simple is one of the great things about the show and it is one of Rod sailing special talents and by deceptively simple. I mean road. Sailing makes it look easy. Sometimes but it's not getting across to these huge aspects of the human condition in such a graceful way where you almost absorbed a message without realizing there is difficult to do you or maybe some things just can't be boiled down to a deceptively simple. They ballistic message. or at least maybe Ray Bradbury. He couldn't boil it down to a deceptively simple fable the electric grandmother. TV Movie Way because when the grandmother tans up the time that she talks about having for the children is also time that we all have with them as of this story in whatever form it takes is is meant to talk on the heartstrings and the twilight zone vision is nice but I think it struggles to do that for me because the time she spends with the children is about ten minutes of screen time. And it's just not enough on an even needs a rare mid episode Rod serling narration and the last one he did made episode. I believe to try and get that attachment to hair across as of this moment. The Wonderful Electric Grandmother moved into the lives of children find she became integral put and she became the essence. As of this moment.
"serling" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"WanNA give my marbles with bows in the she and is like fees. Gosh oh she only had long hair so with the component and parts chosen. Why don't we wait for the factory to do their work and get back to the story? Behind the story we've had array bradberry submitted three stories to the twilight zone but only one was made. So was this the reason that the relationship ship between him and Rod sailing soured will according to Ray Bradbury. There was more than in your book. You examine the accusations of plagiarism. The bradberry makes against Rudd sailing. So what was he. Basing these accusations on was a particular stories was in Bredbury story of Peter's changed well it changes favorites plus when he accused him of players in the sixties in it again later in its life when his authorized biography came out he changed the accusations. Different story so bradberry story players hit more so it's important to recognize that just in later life he had taken early in life he'd taken walking stents which is a very personal personal and almost autobiographical story. That certainly had come up when he was back on. A family vacation. Also made some accusations about where it is every body didn't he yes. That was the one where he was compared to the guy on Mars who gets who hooks up with a woman by phone so you know you. You examined examined these accusations. What what did you find? Surly wrote two letters of his time in finding exact date in December nineteen sixty sterling two letters one. It's to Beaumont journal December fifth in one. Is Ray Bradbury in the letter to Beaumont is much longer. He says dear chuck in he laid out the accusations in more in what happened was is almost like a snowballing in avalon. The fact of played Comes out of this is is that there was plagiarism. A bradberry but not by Rod serling but actually George Clayton Johnson. Really in what I pointed out the George Frank Johnson. I interviewed him the same week of interviewed Bradberry in bribers at his home in Jordan Johnson. We went restaurant. Had the PATIOS for three Hours George Clayton Johnson. In Ray.
"serling" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"From space. In fact the deck name was Bernard Production Presents Ray. Bradbury's work from space. bradberry was going. It is science fiction program for network. TV in so that fell through it to fifty nine. The the rights returned in bribery. Had been trying to sell program for two years so when red berries urban can stale surly. twits it's now going to go on the air in the documentary Charles Beaumont short life twilight zones magic mind by Jason and and Sonny Bloch bradberry gives an account of Rod. serling coming to him saying I wanNA make his science fiction television show. But I don't know what I'm I'm doing. I'm bradberry says to get in contact with Charles Beaumont and Richard Matheson and get them to write for him and then he goes on to say that He will maybe throw in some episodes for him to an INN. MARQUESA crease updated. Twilight zone companion. He recounts this story to so now. It's hard to say for definite whether this conversation actually happened. Like that. As Amy says we only have ray Bradbury's WED foray and if it did actually happen I suppose in my head sailing saying I want to make this show and I don't know what I'm doing. Would more likely be his trademark humility rather than him having really no idea what he's doing. Hey often had this very self depreciating sense of humor. So it is possible that Bradbury may be gave him some pointers here and there or they at least had a conversation about boutet because Ray Bradbury was a mentor to several writers of that day. Richard Mattison once wrote of them in a Charles Beaumont among collection the magic man. It was ray who helped both choke myself in the initial steps of our writing careers as he had helped others. I I was living in Brooklyn at the time just graduated from college and Ray was highly generous in his correspondence and encouragement. Meant a good deal to me. Choke fortunate enough to be living in Los Angeles had more personal contact with ray and accordingly enjoyed an even closer communication shen and a greater proportion of encouragement and inspiration. I know that it meant a good deal to him as well now clearly in in the Charles Beaumont documentary that I just mentioned Brad Breeze tone in the interview is one of animosity towards rod sailing and he then goes on to say in not so many words that sailing went Hollywood. His success changed him and went to his his head. Now it's tough to sit and listen to that as a road sailing fan because we're only really getting one side of the story and read sailing. Isn't there to defend himself. Although we will hear the occasional comment from serling about the situation that he made made when he was alive. Let's now focus on when they wear friends and Ray Bradbury was potentially submitting stories stories to the twilight zone. Now I know the bribery submitted. Three story so the twilight zone. I sing the body. Electric is one of them. Have have you seen any documentation To do with the other two or have you actually seen those missions. They see a rough treatment treatment of the Tigers in the problem with ride berry which is also bribery. Strength Bradberry has a hard time interpreting Tori and surly accepted that. That doesn't make it easy for TV but here tigers was or other. It's actual emotional scrape.
Andy Serling, Jimmy Baker
"How are you? I'm good. I'm good and this is a fascinating topic. You've discussed the hurting issues for years and you know what if they're going to call it like like this on a regular basis. I think we'd all be happy right. I own a real happy. I would you know I yeah I mean obviously referring the Gold Cup senior listeners. Now I mean I you know I think that in general I've always felt that are stewards were consistent and I think those you know constant calls for consistency or more of a you know to sort of more twitter fantasy eighty but not in this one I mean at least to me I feel as though I've seen very very similar wants to this constantly not get adjudicated indicated where in this case they took the worst down. I don't have any problem with the I think. The KOTOVA won the race that horse had deliberately come out and I was surprised they didn't give by days because this one seemed like it was Iran I mean I don't know how you can say that. you know Roseau deserved reserved. Come down and it wasn't the right or that was doing it because clearly was coming out. I mean that's that's what they do. I don't I'm not blaming the writers by the way the writers are trying to win. The writers are trying to do what they can to win within the rules. They absolutely don't get us qualified so it's not like they're trying to break rules doing what they do but the stewards have allowed them to get away away with this consistently. and I read hurts a lot. Havi accustomed to hurt her job will ask us is one of the best ever seen he's a little more subtle maybe of the others and that's why he gets away with it but they all get away with it to be honest and they're trying to win so I don't. I don't criticize a rider Lider for doing what he can to win. He's only trying he or she. You're only going to try to play within the rules and what the sewage let him get away with because their job is to win for the betters the owners trainers everybody so I don't knock a writer for doing what the stewards of allow them to get away with. This case I would say Iraq was doing what they've sort of been allowed to get away with. Let's in this case. They said that they felt across the line. you know I guess could compare to adopt a doctor Edgar Kirti Queue up at Saratoga at the end of two thousand eighteen. I don't think it's either that one was much more G- Regis in this I just like the stewards to be very clear and stop the hurting. There's that race not sure but it might have been the first race that they ran thirteen but I'm not sure that was the day actually probably wasn't he goes actually on TV for that. It was the first race where I read to the worse out hurting to the far far outside rail this misnomer that there has to be contact for herding to have cost a horse victory. It's me that's that's really really problematic horses. I like when they say both worse. Were drifting. Not both drifting horses are herd animals and of course horse inside of his coming out. It's going to cause the horse to come out. The riders know that so they're moving out and moving the horse out is not to be contacting moving them out and I think that's something that needs to be understood. That contact isn't the issue issue is a worse feed sort of drifted out by another horse pursue. Prevent it for keeping US going and we see this a lot and I love to see it. You know permanently stopped. I think it would be better for the game. I think it would be safer and I don't know why everytime they come into the riders coming out for and bypass to meet their challenger. What the start art and it's it just seems like keep straight pack? I think that's a big thing. Europe isn't it but keeping a straight path. It's a standard and I won't I mean if you're in the if you're in on the rail or in the two path and there's a horse rallying out in the Uh out in the you know three four five there is there is a school of thought that says it's important that your horse be able to see that somebody's coming so moving out a little bit I get you in terms of eyeballing it. It's yesterday I got to say this because I wanted to. I wanted to say if you're driving a car because this is something something everybody can understand who has not been in the car. When a guy abreast of you or just slightly in front of you starts to drift left over into your lane and for a second you move over a little bit and then you honk at a certain point and let the guy correct is path? It's it's no oh different. There's nowhere for the Horse to go if a horse is constantly learning leaning in front Yup Yup yeah
"serling" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast
"A year or so ago here on the twilight zone podcast cast we welcomed rod serling memorial foundation board member nick piracy and he was here to talk about his then upcoming. Oh coming book road sailing his life where and imagination now since then the book has been released on not just saying this it is one of my favorite books on sailing for the fact that it covers really the whole breadth of his career in a way that we've not really seen before we've seen little pieces over here and there sanely a lot about the twilight zone. I'm one of my favorite things about next book. Doc is that pre twilight zone era when he really delves into the things that rod sailing was doing that brought him to the twilight i turn but that's just one of many things it really is a great book and i highly recommend it but also nick heresy is one of the driving forces behind sailing mm fast. It's been going on in the last couple of years in rods hometown and binghamton retaining again this year for the sixtieth anniversary <music> of the twilight zone. Now i got together with nick a few days ago to talk about sailing fast and catch up on a couple of other things too to as regular listeners will know this year. I'm actually going to be at sailing fast myself so in a moment i'm going to play that chat with nick perisi for you and we'll get a few details about what's going on but on the other side of that chart whether you are going to sail infest on aw stay tuned and i'll give you a few more details that have came to light since i had this chat with nick on it's about if you are going a few more no details on what's coming up but if you're not going how you can listen to the twilight zone podcast.
"serling" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Funny. You say that and i'm looking down you mentioned g do very credible. He we lost a camelot kitten and beach patrol in the hill princely and a great trip that day either and and hockey school is the one you're referring to august big hockey school that day so but point is only only portions of quality have ever finished just in front of him hockey school so openly debate house good news okay good rates after that <hes> but having said that he's he's a fabulous source and he's a great story great story of you know what happens when your patient and you don't force a horse got some issues and you give them time and i was shocked when he came back. I remember when seth that said to me at his first work back and i just love him. I think you said to me you you told me after he came back for that work. You said you know you seth told me that. The annals a time is back working and i was like jesus you completely forgotten yeah forgotten such a such an exciting for me. That was a personally ameet highlight probably comed- highlight. I just well and frankly you know for for division. Everybody derides the two channels ran well again dan maker and catt sadler. It was a fun it was a good evening of the sword dancer which sometimes suffers at the hands of the million. I run candle maker. He actually extremely well in this race by the way given where he was placed in there. I think he went terrific. <hes> channel cat. I'm a cat fan as well. I he's nice who was a strong running. I i really you while we're on turf. Let me let slip in the woods in the slipped in the boston. Spa please because it confused me from handicapping sampling nia pulling the whole field win and that's what happened good good good. What's the best writing trip one not knocking the second got a great trip to but other johnny wrote significant for them as well as you ride a horse and that was the race of trips you kind of knew going in and coming out and speaking of trips rides rides what what what was jose ortiz doing on secret message. I have to watch it again. Did he get lost their loss. He was at the back of the field. He'd never ask they're barely asked and i and i it was bizarre. I was on the set when that race was run so i probably could use well. There was a a couple of betting aspects by the way of these turf races. You're primo and masha took money. I didn't get it. I i didn't i didn't get masha. I didn't like at argue with anthony by the talkie morris's <hes> i. I did not get her especially from that post. I mean i think he couldn't have one but you do. She'd be over bat and people get excited. She burst of eating much lesser horses. I i didn't get her <hes>. I'm not i'm not your premium. Not the fremont not spicy took money man. Okay fine really liked them but not shocking that i had no affection for him. Let's get a couple of others. In how about carlos. Martin is first grade one since one thousand nine hundred ninety one yeah now that was great. Come dancing and she got. She didn't break povey eric garner the outside. She's a better worse than those who she wants to raise..
"serling" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Becoming interviews. This is steve. We're back our three on this tuesday and the last dark day of the saratoga summer season andy surly standing by getting ready for thursday's final at the post show as well looks like a big finale and andy good morning morning steve. How are you good very good looking forward to aw i i was looking forward to getting your take on everything that went on non saturday it was you you and i have had enough time together this the summer so true barely see you. I learned well. That's my that that was. You haven't seen me at all but i barely barely. Hey now hopefully this week. You spend at least a few quality. That'd be good uh-huh well. It'll be out tomorrow. Were nightcap. <hes> we're the good i'm actually on early so i'm off at like three thirty so i'll be around so oh cool cool. Come visit right now well that we will do. I just hope the weather off tomorrow. I think they're supposed to see some showers beginning to worry about getting forget about weather well. We've been they. Just you know exactly weekend wasn't it. Oh my god. It was it i i hated to not be able to come and believe me. You didn't come on saturday. No there's no way without crowd. Oh i see yeah yeah yeah. I can't can't just spot for you. Steve very important man. Thank you well i to be honest. I've also also i mean it it. It's been even though the i is steadily of steadily able to see more as bubble is shrinking it it. It also offers a different challenge which is now it. It's like having it's like having like a float in your eye and it's bouncing and i i it causing headaches. I mean it it. This is yeah this has been. This has been some experience. I'll tell you something anytime but it's particularly regular bad time for it to happen but hopefully it'll be fine. Yeah it's coming. It's coming in a month letter month exactly for its four weeks. It's four weeks more. It's been four weeks today and it's another four weeks still <hes> <hes> this this thing disappears for my my view and then i get you know get a new prescription glasses and all will be will be almost back to normal yeah exactly meanwhile it was just from afar and it was fun to be able to watch <hes> broadcast. I so rarely am able to watch a big day broadcast. I always forget the d._v._r. Them the coverage was just great. I mean everybody everybody contributing. Everybody got your best but really so. Let's talk about code of honor. What's that loaded donald off anyone's hands alert particularly dangerous in good trainers hands in this case with sugar and you know i think it'll be interesting to go back and read comments from sugar about this worse <hes> going back because i feel like yo you know sort of often alluded the fact that he was a horse. That would get better with time. You know i wouldn't say work in progress. I dunno worse his mouth more just a horse. We just need time to come around like a lotta hours and <hes> you know should set off the derby. You know we're going to take a step back and point the travers well. He got that done to mazing that <hes> there's been twenty one years and shows last travers but but four and it's funny when i was going through for the draw look look i knew just trying to think of exactly how many i had forgotten about rhythm who was the year after <hes> easy goer and he wanted three drivers and ten years and that's a remarkable achievement especially in this day and age and wasn't that long ago so considerate modern times like the consider lifetime times. You know it's one thing.
Jordan Peele to Host His ‘Twilight Zone’ Revival: Hear Him Do Rod Serling’s Iconic Intro (Video)
"CBS announced today that Jordan Peele will serve as the host and narrator of the twilight zone revival of the classic science fiction and Thalji that he is producing with CBS television studios for CBS all access peel steps into the on camera. Roll Virginia twilight zone created rod sterling who introduced the provided narration for episodes of the series during its nine thousand nine hundred fifty nine to nine hundred sixty four run the show will be released sometime next year. He's super talented