35 Burst results for "Six Feet"

Virus Craft Brewery-Beer intro and wrap-17-06-19-4

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Virus Craft Brewery-Beer intro and wrap-17-06-19-4

"The corona virus pandemic has been tough on craft breweries around the country some brewers found a way around the restrictions Matt Greenwald's rally king brewing in Colorado this ninety five percent of its business outside the taproom we were shut down for a period of time and the only thing that we had to actually sell was cans of beer out of our bridge in the front grille all needed some kind of packaging service Peter robots to the rescue we have a mobile canning operation designed to support small and medium producers for beer made Greenwald says Rohde canning solutions mobile plants maybe only six foot long but its impact was immense there where businesses that were being close shut down people's livelihoods taken away now the chill the beer is flowing every time a case could spell real beer and the canning business is flourishing I'm at Donahue

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Steven Collins: The Man Who Discovered Biblical Sodom

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Steven Collins: The Man Who Discovered Biblical Sodom

"Folks. Talking to dr steven collins the man who discovered biblical sodom. We're not making this up. We've got the facts. Nature just published an astonishingly long detailed scientific analysis that basically corroborates everything. The you dr collins have been saying now when you go down to seventeen hundred bc you find what you call the destruction matrix. It's soot isn't it. I mean it's basically soot when you found that you must have said. Hey this a coincidence. This is kind of nice that right where we would expect to find something. We found it. I mean you remember that day. Yeah it's three to six feet thick. Can you imagine most destruction layers at archaeological sites. Or you know maybe a few centimeters thick. Maybe a half a meter thick this is. This is a meter and a half thick. We're talking about five seat now. What's in that matrix. What's in the destruction and by the way the matrix is what after the event. All of this churned up disintegrated debris that was created by this. Massive explosion settled out between the remaining wall stubs. Remember we're talking about walls that are actually. We're gonna we have to go back because you just said something earlier and you just said it again. I don't wanna forget so the conclusion of all of these scientists and you already knew it a while ago. When i first met you they look at all of the information and they say there's only one thing that could have done this. This is what the scientists say folks. These are secular scientists. They say that an airburst event a cosmic air event. That's fancy science talk four an asteroid travelling at something like thirty five thousand miles per hour. Maybe one hundred eighty feet in diameter comes through the atmosphere burns up and explodes a few miles over this site now. The reason they can be so specific is because in one thousand nine hundred eight. The exact same thing happened in

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After Mandating Masks Outdoors, Oregon’s Active COVID-19 Cases Increased 73%

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 2 months ago

After Mandating Masks Outdoors, Oregon’s Active COVID-19 Cases Increased 73%

"August twenty fourth. The mayor of oregon kate brown instated a state masking requirement. The requires everyone five years older regardless of vaccination status to wear a mask or face covering or shield in outdoor spaces if they're less than six feet apart from individuals not in their household. Well guess what they've had an increase of seventy three percent cases from the day. The governor announced the outdoor mask requirement. Now understand cases merely means a positive test. An active case doesn't necessarily mean. The person is significantly ill but it leads to wonder. If if you've got a wildly draconian mask mandate five years older older. You got to wear a mask outside. And active cases increased by seventy three percent riddle. Me this batman. What does that say about masks.

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Chauvin to Be Arraigned for Alleged Civil Rights Violation

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Chauvin to Be Arraigned for Alleged Civil Rights Violation

"The former Minneapolis police officer convicted in the murder of George Floyd is scheduled to be arraigned today on another indictment involving a teenage boy Derek Sherman was convicted and sentenced earlier this year on state charges in Minnesota of murder in the death of George Floyd in police custody he was also charged this week in federal court with violating Floyd civil rights is scheduled to be arraigned today on yet another charge an indictment alleges he deprived a fourteen year old black teenager of his rights in twenty seventeen when he held the boy down by the throat hit him in the head with a flashlight and held his knee on the boy's neck and upper back while he was prone handcuffed and not resisting in a police report showing described the teen as six foot two and two hundred forty pounds and wrote that he used body weight to pin him when the teen resisted arrest prosecutors cited the encounter as one of seven times dating back to twenty fourteen the children used upper body restraints it leisurely beyond the point with such force was needed before Floyd's death I'm Jennifer king

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Dr. Stella Immanuel Details How She First Started Treating Covid Patients With Hydroxychloroquine

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Stella Immanuel Details How She First Started Treating Covid Patients With Hydroxychloroquine

"What did you discover what was what was your initial experience when this pandemic hit hard in. Houston well what we were. We were scared. Because i have all these patients from defiance china and everything so we really try so we got all the tv You in the first few weeks. We just Or moskvy if this thing just to survive and then a pharmacy coach me on set that using top secret open in china in spain to italy so we said wow if i took. I'm used to the medication. So we basically just using it. We isolate using to monitor. Those patients are way doing extremely well. We'll keep patients early in marks and you know we put it on sink we also had And everything so. We started treating patients undergoing extremely well. I was so excited. I went on. Facebook started talking to physicians. All my Imagine hydroxy this could be patients getting better to better. To my surprise i talked. You get attacked for healing people. What is wrong with you. Don't you know doctors are supposed to be political figures. Healing actual human beings issue. Okay so i have to imagine to be perfectly blunt. You're a woman. You are black. You have an accent. It strikes me that if you were a six foot three white guy from harvard medical school it would be different

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The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

Dr. Death: Miracle Man

02:32 min | 3 months ago

The Investigation Into Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

"Paolo shared his ultimate vision using stem cells to regrow or repair. The body's organs. This incredible idea that i hadn't thought previously if you could actually make that become true would be fantastic innovation in the past busa had met his share of medical luminaries through other projects oliver sacks robert gallo who co discovered hiv. Carlton gadget sick. Who'd help discover mad cow disease. What paolo macarena was doing was if it was true. Just as incredible as those discoveries i wanted to go. Bt bring this story and see who was in the wrong what actually happened was powder genius. Or was he possibly soon. After busa went to get the other side of the story he reached out to each of the doctors who had made the allegations against paolo. That i didn't want to talk to me. A very fearful and Suspicious and afraid. Eventually one of them agreed to meet with them on a cold day. In february busa walked up to the door of an apartment building in central stockholm. Dr matias chorba show buzzed him. In and he rode the elevator up to his apartment in rang the bell true to form the six foot. One american was wearing a black sabbath shirt. He invited busa into the apartment and proceeded to tell him everything had learned. He had a really hard time believing what i was saying. Car basha was making some pretty alarming. Comparisons and i started telling him stories about joseph angola. Now sweats and medical experiments or what was going on at caroline scott. I felt that maybe they were paranoid that they were afraid of things. The magnified things that perhaps exists. I thought that they would claims where a bit outlandish and we talked for like two hours. And then my wife came home and she's a blonde swedish woman presses. Well and looks like a normal person and he asked her. If what i was saying was of all this actually true and she said yes. Yes this is is absolutely true. This is absolutely what's going on. And he said after meeting her that he it was. I found that he actually started leaving me. Just like benita. Alexander in new york boost the link fest resolved to get to the bottom of the paulo macura. Any mystery

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Steelers Acquiring CB Ahkello Witherspoon From Seahawks

Behind the Steel Curtain

02:02 min | 3 months ago

Steelers Acquiring CB Ahkello Witherspoon From Seahawks

"The pittsburgh. Steelers acquired a cello witherspoon who was drafted by the san francisco. Forty niners spent four years with san francisco. The seattle seahawks obtained in prior to the twenty twenty one season in the steelers sent a fifth round draft. Pick to seattle for witherspoon. Okay this is another one of those moments where the steelers fan base is already reeling a little bit. they're frustrated. There's not j. watt contract. All of a sudden steph onto it zach banner anthony macfarlane gone injured reserve which means they are missing games one two and three no matter what then the steelers pull off a trade in. You probably saw breaking news trade alert the steelers make a trade for cornerback in. You're thinking okay here we go. Let's do this. And it's a keller witherspoon if you're like me and i'm being honest i'm always honest with you. That's why. I hope that. I can connect with you as my listeners. My reaction was who the heck is this guy. I never heard of this guy now. Granted i'm not a draft. Nick i did get into this draft in the twenty twenty one draft i was i studied. More prospects did more breakdowns. And i've ever had in my entire life. Mope witherspoon was drafted back in two thousand seventeen. So i definitely was not doing all that digging back then nonetheless you learn a little bit about the player after you get to know him in after the trade was announced as official by the steelers. Now you're looking at okay. What is this guy brain to the team. Well when we find out. And this is from people like jeffrey benedict. When people like kevin smith who find out that he's a an typically an outside cornerback. He's not a physical has good ball skills. Good size six to everyone always talks about. Oh you can't have a cornerback. That's under six foot. He sticks to ran a four five forty. I believe four or five. Maybe it was right around there.

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College Football Bets: Week 1

Behind the Bets

03:14 min | 3 months ago

College Football Bets: Week 1

"On. Espn dot com chuck section. I've given them out daily wager. But you know we'll rip through a few here i want to start with. Ecu this numbers come down a little bit. They play thursday night against appalachian state and look. I think he's us live dog. Jay vermont talked about it as well. They have a bunch of veterans including senior quarterback and app. State's been a little shaky as well. And they have a new quarterback and chase. Bryce you might remember him. He played a key. Clemson then transferred to duke ten and a half a lot of points for team that always seems to pull games out of the hat and have crazy place at the end. I like myself getting double digits plus ten right now but still i would out jumping on on ec as long as you get double digits and maybe a little sprinkle on the money line. That could be some fun The came by actually liked the most Kinda scared about it and it's umass and everybody who listen to pod on a somewhat regular basis knows. I'm kind of the betting bully as humans. A frequent guest. Your calls me. I like to bet on bet against bad teams. Just just do it right. Like orioles season win total under. I've certainly bet against umass in the past but thirty eight is just way too many points. And i'll tell you why won't bell and umass went out and got a bunch of transfers. Their quarterback is a six foot five inch from from colorado like the university of and or colorado university of boulder. And they have two running backs that transferred in one from rutgers. So a team that was like. Fcs not too long ago or fcs quality has some real players and you only have to get thirty eight now pits good. But they're at tennessee. The following week nerd uzis not a guy who's going to run up the score. He's old school. Fourth quarter they'll bring in the is a little bit and on top of that. Probably the best handy angle. I have is the offense coordinator for pit is a guy named mark whipple. He's coached umass twice head coach. Also the most recent time was just a few years ago. This is not situation where he wants to embarrass his former program. Umass is a special place in his heart. Whipple's going to call off the dogs as well. So i just think if you can get about two touchdowns even if it's garbage time i think plus thirty eight is the play in. That game is crazy. As it sounds another game. I like is essentially a coin. Flip game and it syracuse minus one. And a half. you might remember. I've talked about it with jay motto. The over three in the win total. They're going to split time at quarterback. Babies made that announcement. I don't love it. I would prefer. Tommy devito to be the entire time but dual threat with michigan state. Sorry mississippi state transfer garrett schrader. They're just better at a lot of positions that ohio but most importantly syracuse addressed. Their offense align issues. There was a pathetic. Offense couldn't even average average about two hundred fifty yards per game. Not passing just total yards per game. The veto would be injured. A lot spent a lot of time on his back. If they're okay on the offensive line this is just a syracuse team. That's just better. No more frank. Solich at ohio. Bob cats will rotate. Quarterbacks curtis rourke. Who's obviously the brother of nathan rourke the former stud bob cats quarterback and then armani rogers transfer from unlv. Ohio's very good. They looked good last year against the too bad teams really bad teams in the mac akron bowling green. But i think use gets there which is better talent especially with vito healthy and maybe we hope and improved offensive line. Fourth play i want to talk about

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The Time Peter the Great Declared War on Facial Hair

HISTORY This Week

02:28 min | 3 months ago

The Time Peter the Great Declared War on Facial Hair

"The first man to lose his beard is the commander of the army next up a childhood friend of czar and then all of the nobleman assembled one after the other get their beards chopped off by none other than the czar himself. The men had come out this morning just to welcome their leader home. Peter the great has returned to moscow. After a year long tour of europe he got in last night and so his friends and supporters showed up today to pay their respects. Many of them are boyer's the most important and wealthy members. The russian elite some are religious officials or royal advisers. None of them are expecting peter to pull out a barber's razor and hold it to their throats. This is intimidating. The czar is very tall. Six foot seven. He towers over the assembled bearded. Boyer's peter himself is clean-shaven which is the fashion in europe. And in fact that's why he's doing this. He thinks that the long beards all around him represent the old russia. He wants to ring in the new and so this morning thanks. To peter's razor long beards are falling into the street as the confused. Noblemen look around and see new faces emerging from beneath collective decades of beard. Peter does stop short of shaving. A few faces. The patriarch of the russian orthodox. Church is there and he gets a pass. Beards have a religious significance in russia. A serious one. They're tied to piety and self respect. The apostles wore beards in many depictions. God himself is shown with a beard. Czar ivan the terrible. Put it this way quote to shave. The beard is a sin that the blood of all the martyrs cannot clinton's so as they walk away with their freshly shaved faces. These men know that something deadly serious has occurred.

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How America Spent Trillions and Trained the Taliban To Grow Stronger

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:24 min | 3 months ago

How America Spent Trillions and Trained the Taliban To Grow Stronger

"Was on it to visit afghanistan. Just five years after nine eleven i traveled to four different provinces to see what was going on and at the end of my tour of the provinces i ended up back in kabul at the isaf headquarters then i was taken from the isaf. The international security force to the military academy america built in afghanistan and i was very impressed by the young officer. Who was my chaperone. Who was my briefer straight out of central casting. Six foot one blonde fit and his name taps had strong. Yeah major strong belief it on may strong briefed me gave me the command group briefing on the success of the afghan miniature academy america built along with her nato partners and it was really very impressive. I mean you know. I'm used to death by pipe. Powerpoint having spent six and a half seven years as a dod civilian and then on the faculty of the marine corps universities. Five seen a lot of powerpoint presentations in the military mode. But this was a good one. How much was invested each year. How many nco's how. Many offices were passed out from our training academy to become members of the afghan national security forces. But then i decided to dig a little deeper. Not just to take the word of the official power points. I sniffed around in a little bit to find out. What is the true impact of what we had done. In that nation a nation that the british couldn't conquer the soviets couldn't come come from the blue eyed redhead. White skinned afghans. Find find today. not alexander could conquer. Yeah they do exist. It's really quite something to say in the middle of herat in the middle of water that province. A caucasian redhead with colleagues. You would see in dublin as much as you'd see anywhere else. What did we think we're going to achieve just one metric for you. I found out of every passing out plus every intake of offices junior. Nco's senior nco's that had gone through some form of training small unit tactics leadership. What have you that we had graduated off. They received their last per d. m. Pay in cash of course nice crisp green american dollars more than forty percent of them up. They passed out from our kademi disappeared from the ranks of the nsf from the ranks of the afghan machosky forces and went back to that tribal regions to join their local militias and their local offshoots of the taliban

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WSOP's New Covid Rule

Cracking Aces

01:23 min | 4 months ago

WSOP's New Covid Rule

"What we're talking. Mouth is w soapy made a new rule. And they put it into the wip handbook or whatever guidelines. 'cause they're trying to figure out how to deal with covert and what they basically said. In this new rule yesterday is if you're in close proximity within six feet for fifteen cumulative minutes and any person tested positive for covert nineteen. They can then at their discretion. Remove you from that event as well even if you don't test positive and you forefoot at forfeit everything you don't get refunded and if you're in the money they pay you out for that spot if you're not in the money regardless of chip stack you get nothin' it's it's going to be able to fly because of a dealer right cannot got a whole table they want and logistically because of that and the way the rio and w setup everybody is within six feet of everybody at every given time so it doesn't make a ton of sense. I don't know like the one in seven seat within six feet situation right or how did and how do they know. Fifteen minutes like you get your you. You've been sitting there for fourteen minutes and thirty seconds. You're good but if you're there for another thirty seconds you have covert now it. It's a lot of. You're not going to be able to take people's money and not not not offer a refund. That's impossible. You're not going to be able to do

Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic With a Weakened Immune System

WAMU: Local News

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic With a Weakened Immune System

"Throughout the pandemic immuno-compromised people have faced a higher risk of getting seriously sick from cova nineteen with cases increasing in our area and the delta variant reshaping the battle against the virus. Dc calling gramlich spoke with immuno-compromised residents about how they're feeling coleen joins us now for more on her conversations. Good morning calling the morning after. So i explain why. Even after vaccination some immuno-compromised residents are still taking extra precautions. For people with compromised immune systems their bodies might produce a limited immune response to a vaccine. And they'll get less protection than relatively healthy person with a stronger immune system for example one resident. I spoke to. You has lupus and underwent a kidney transplant a few years ago and even after three doses of vaccine she hasn't developed any antibodies. She's now part of clinical study testing the effectiveness of boosters and she just got her fourth kovic shot which she's hoping gives her some protection but without getting tested for antibodies immuno-compromised. People might not know exactly how well they're vaccines protected them. So that's why the cdc's still recommends that these people continue all of the precautions that everyone else was told to follow last year. You know masking staying six feet away from other people things like that. So what are these people feeling now. With delta spreading and the increase in cases. I mean for the most part. They're terrified and you know. Also this feeling of being left behind that came up pretty frequently in my conversations. Dc lifted its mask mandate in all business restrictions in may but that made going out feel even more unsafe for some of the people i spoke to. They might go into a grocery store and be around someone. Unmasked who they don't know if they're vaccinated or not

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Conservative Christians Must Show the Love of Jesus to Their Enemies

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:12 min | 4 months ago

Conservative Christians Must Show the Love of Jesus to Their Enemies

"Virginia you were just sharing go back you said before this man. This assassin was sent to murder you sent by the dictator the communist dictator in romania. Ceaucescu before that you had been interrogated many times you had been beaten. It's horrible for us to think of a young woman being beaten by thugs. But you said even in those moments you shared jesus with these people trying to harm you physically. You said they turned away weeping. T tell us about that. I mean this is amazing. I i remember They always wanted to ask me to sign some papers to tell the word that i'm crazy that i'm not mentally us a lawyer to defend that i invented all and i keep saying no no no i cannot do this and they will hit my my head at the table i will be full of blood or they or heat me to the walls and he was made as bait how to greet But in they had gone all over including on him. There were six feet tall. I was. I'm the five i'm still undefined. Eighty two pounds and they will just encouraging there. And i could of the lord saying tell them that i loved them so i look straight into the eyes and i said i don't like what you're doing but god loves you and i choose to love you and they turn their heads away from me because they will cry. The love of god will reach everyone. If you don't know anything if she you hate those on defile or people that don't agree with us or even make fun of you. It's time to change your prospective. please do it. You will see the hand of god in hugh around you. Pray for them. Show them a lot of christ because christ is the one that will will change their lives for

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Detroit Pistons Select Cade Cunningham 1st in 2021 NBA Draft

The Bill Simmons Podcast

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Detroit Pistons Select Cade Cunningham 1st in 2021 NBA Draft

"We're about to give picks they did something different. This time they had all the guys walk out with their families. I really liked it. All right so It looks like the pistons take cunningham. Kfc we okay with that great. That's the right decision. It's kinda. I wouldn't call it a no brainer but 'cause that's speaks to evan moberly and jalen green how talented they are But it's as close to a no brainer as it gets when you're talking about a guy who's six foot seven six four eight can play. Who can shoot off the dribble who can defend multiple positions. Who's a leader. Who works hard. Like for the pistons. Here with their current roster. You know as troy weaver said everybody's a fit Became cunningham is especially at fit next to their backcourt with killian hayes city bay in the front court and i say a stewart. I love their young core in the pistons finally have hoped

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Sabres Power Up; Select Michigan Defenseman 1st in NHL Draft

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Sabres Power Up; Select Michigan Defenseman 1st in NHL Draft

"The Sabres chose six foot six Michigan defenseman one power who scored three goals in sixteen points in twenty six games as a freshman last season the crack in selected Wolverine center Matthew been years with the second pick marking the fourth time teammates were chosen with the first two selections of the draft the ducks used the third choice to take center Mason make cabbage of the OHL's Peterborough Petes the devils grabbed his brother for the second time in three drafts selecting defenseman Luke Hughes Michigan became the first college program to have three first round picks in the same draft when the blue jackets came away with center K. Johnson I'm Dave Ferrie

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Performance Coach Daniel Back on Advancing Methods in Jump Training for Athletes

Just Fly Performance Podcast

02:18 min | 5 months ago

Performance Coach Daniel Back on Advancing Methods in Jump Training for Athletes

"For young athletes who are wanting to jump to get sports like volleyball right. That's jumped base. But what do you think about the me. This is off the rails bit about the plan questions but something like that for young athletes like. There's obviously the training right but like something like lower dogs or a sport the way you make it a sport. What are your thoughts on that. I love it. And i do think there is a superiority. There compared to yet destroying touch the ram touched the backboard one. Just because it's more fun to to have success in the training right but then also there's this this component of it's not like a workout right. Where it's i've i've had this run. Training athletes honored kind of look at everything they're doing. I think they should get some junk reps in in going up hitting the vertex is just not as fun as dunking. you know. it's not. And i think just having that bond even that kind of creative like ideas based like oh this or i'm gonna i'm gonna try to don't one leg or whatever like having that kind of fun created environment. Deathly makes a difference for yet. Just motor learning side of things in the motivation side of things. Like yeah definitely like in the one on one training transacts like view just talent someone to go hit the vertex. Let's like let's say ten foot for ten times you know just not. This is not as good so. Yeah i definitely love the low rim dunking approach. Yeah even four people not small players. Yes i agree i. I was watching my some neighbor kids in the backyard. They have an adjustable hoop and they put it down like you know. These kids are like ten and eleven. They put it down to like. I don't know five six feet and they're trying to dump it out just thinking to myself. This is where it all starts. Non-judgmental it's and i think about the non-judgmental too. I mean i. I beat myself up. Training for years in the sense like l. ahead was the rim it's like am i getting higher on the rim. Am i not a good day. Was this a bad day. Even back when i was sixteen or seventeen and able to start dunking and things. That would be like you walk in the gym jimmy. You're not feeling it's like. Aw man but if you can have a rim and it's eight and you can just try to do something new or something. Then it's fun again. And it's i think for developmental as makes so much sense

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Glover With a 64 at John Deere Ends 10 Years Without a Win

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Glover With a 64 at John Deere Ends 10 Years Without a Win

"Lucas Glover is earned his first PGA victory in a decade by taking the John Deere classic by two shots in Illinois Glover birdied five of his final seven holes for a seven under sixty four that wrapped up his fourth career win and first since twenty eleven at quail hollow still play twenty five six seven events a year and I still can honestly say I come back and I can do it and but never doubted that Glover finished his run with a twelve foot birdie on the par five seventeen th and then a six foot putt to save par from the bunker on eighteen Ryan Moore and Kevin knight tied for second following sixty eights for others finished three shots back I'm Dave very

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The Scammer Who Sold America on a Three-Wheeled Car

Past Gas

02:06 min | 5 months ago

The Scammer Who Sold America on a Three-Wheeled Car

"Of the past. We generally start with one and where they are born but to give you an idea of just how shrouded in mystery this story is. We can't even provide you that sources. Say that geraldine elizabeth carmichael known as liz was born in nineteen twenty seven or nineteen twenty eight or nineteen thirty seven and a birth certificate. That could clarify. That has never been found. According to liz carmichael herself who will soon find out may or may not be the most reliable source. She was born in indiana. Liz earned a mechanical engineering degree and married a nasa engineer with whom she had five children before he died. And she became a widow by the early nineteen seventies liz. Her kids in lizards sister-in-law. Vivian had made their way out west to los angeles california. Liz was not your average woman. Most notably when it came to her build at six foot one and over two hundred pounds. She towered over. Choose tenacious a fierce matriarch oozed confidence and she valued two things above all else family and money. Religion didn't make the cut and liz his own words quote if you have enough self esteem you don't need god is confidence the only thing the only flattering thing that you lose. I think so that guy. That guy's a nice guy. He uses kindness like it's not it doesn't really work. Oh man this i mean. He was oozing chivalry like his humility was just sitting out of the air. Speaking of wish lists had so much self esteem in fact that in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. She left her marketing job to create a brand new car company. The twentieth century motorcar cooperation. The automotive industry at the time was even more male dominated than this today and liz was determined to be its first and only female ceo. But she

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"six feet" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

05:25 min | 5 months ago

"six feet" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Sure you've had people for the past twenty years stopping you on the street and telling you very personal stories is just one of those shows that thinks that means a lot to people emotionally and personally and when i put this out on our facebook page to our to the movie crush The movie crushers as we call him in. I have a few more questions from them. sarah law says what character were you closest too emotionally. claire claire. The artist is that why. Or i think so. Yeah and also being the youngest in and Growing up in a weird environment surrounded by death. Let me see here kelly. Conklin says my daughter's middle name is claire named after fisher Nate was extremely codependent. Always seeking out women for validation right up to the end if he would have survived. You think he would have changed. Was that last relationship The one that could have saved him. Interesting i i don't know that he would have changed. It would have required some professional Intervention and a lot of a lot of hard work on his part. I i just don't think he would have changed. I just don't. I mean you could look at and say oh that's tragic or you could look at it and say that that's who he was. That's that's just who he was. I think i'm with you. Yeah i love. Nate i mean what a. What a complex character. I love neetu but he was. He was a he was not an old soul. Yeah and he he He he there's a lot of growth that could have happened with him. That didn't and that was part of the point. I think i think that nails it he was he was he wanted to be the the the right man i think. But that's not always enough right exactly Debbie frangiadakis says six feet under challenge the comfort level of viewers. Was there ever a scene. A death scene or otherwise. It made you uncomfortable and didn't use it and it didn't make the show. I guess a nuclear bomb thing was one was there anything. Is there anything else. There was a lot of concern after nate died. There was a moment where brenda was very short tempered with maya interesting And there was a lot of concern from Hbo they're like you know she's to mean she's she's a bad mother and and i just felt like no she's not her husband just died and he was having an affair with this other woman and you know did just because she's a mother doesn't mean she's a perfect mother. Sometimes you are a bad mother in a bad father. it's absolutely yeah absolutely so There was a lot of but they didn't force me to do it so i did not change. It kept it in. Yeah that's the other stuff that we have almost six year old daughter. Now so the maya stuff now just rectus and when we were thirty it was you know we thought it was cute but there wasn't until you have the kids. You can't really have that emotional tie there that's it was very very tough for us to watch Megan carroll says was nate's death always in the cards from the very beginning or did it come around in later seasons It was not in the cards from the very beginning when i wrote the pilot. I didn't think this guy's gonna die at the end of the show It's sort of it. Sort of organically evolved to use that term again Especially once once he developed a potentially life threatening illness than it was just something that was always there and eventually i mean he had to die young. That was his journey. His journey was basically running away from death coming home facing death and then eventually succumbing to death yet i think is a viewer. the brain thing was revealed. You kinda knew it was like well. That's just lingering out there and it's not gone away. It'll it'll come back at some point so i think we kind of knew it was coming in and to me was part of the part of the interest of the show in. I don't wanna say fun of the show but Like you almost like with the family member you know you only have so much time with. Yeah you know to sort of drinking those moments with these characters that you love. Yeah well allan. this is great I won't keep you here for three more hours and talk about every aspect of the show That was fantastic. This is really fine line. It's such so many people It's just one of the shows. You know it's just not your average show that people sort of watched and loved. I mean it's a show that is beloved in still is very much beloved and i think one that people Really go back and revisit and rewatch like we did at. We've heard from a lot of people that have the same experience. So thank you for that We are also very big triple advanced by the way. But we can't get into that right now such.

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06:53 min | 5 months ago

"six feet" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Joanna cassidy who i. I can't help but laugh when i think of brenda's mom just hysterical on the show outrageous in just wrong in every way but just such a funny funny character. yes absolutely. How was it working with them. And okay debates ended up directing some to right yes It was great. It was great. They all three of them were amazing Actors and fun to be around and they really you know they really just took the material and went with it and And it was. It was really really good. Yeah i feel like. That's when ruth was most herself to her happiest moments were when she was in laurel canyon at at her sister's house and hanging out with with the that great gang of kind of crazy. Ladies yeah even though. That wasn't her seen at all which is always thought was really interesting. It was much more claire. Seen their bruce found her happiness there among these kind of you know kooky artists. Yeah absolutely the episode. Where kathy bates in her shopping and kathy basis. Just like we're invisible. We can steal. Shed and rightly notice was so as women our age dude you know are invisible. It's true but you also had the courage to portray a woman of a certain age as a sexual creature and that's something that i don't think he's still see a lot of Is the show. Ruth like you know having sex and dating various men. Yeah exactly no. I mean In tv world. Like after you know women after fifty or just like you know. It's it's a it's not happening anymore and yeah that has nothing to do with real life. Yeah let's talk a little bit about the end in season five Going into season five. I assume that you knew that that was going to be the end of the show. Yes how much. How much consternation is there win. Sort of mapping out a final season like that. I mean we knew it was gonna be the last episode so for the first time. We really had to figure out what the last moment was going to be. I can't remember which person pitch did. It wasn't me but the idea to for everyone to die originally. It was pitched in the way of leg. We should just kill. Everybody and i was like no. That's too nihilistic whatever but then once we did some more talking about it and i realized we could just be with each character at their moment when they're at the moment when their life ended it was like well. Of course i mean. How else can you in this show. That's the perfect. There's no other way. There's no there's it's not even worth considering anything else because that's so perfect and then you know Figuring out you know. Nate dying because we had laid the groundwork for him with his the issues with his arterial venus malformation. Or whatever that it's always wanna say. Atm but it's a vm So it was just working backwards from that point. How do we get there. What do we do to get there and And it was pretty much like any other season except that you knew that final episode was the last one and it was really emotional. I mean i think everybody when everybody was crying. Nate was dead and they were burying him and that was all people were crying. People were emotional because it was you tell it was real. It was it was. It was real. It was very real and we were all you know something that we all loved very much and it was very much a part of who we thought of ourselves as that was coming to an end and that some so there was a whole grief thing going on as we ended the show. Yeah i think it was really smart to Have nate die two episodes before the end rather than in the end because those last two episodes were tough I mean the whole last season was tough but Those last few episodes were tough. But i think really vital to see everyone trying to put the pieces together. Floundering you know clear drunk at work. And i it was just such a mess. But it's like when. I mentioned earlier. My wife and i saying like this. Alan ball hate the fishers at age fifty. We were both. I know that's just kind of life. This stuff is real and you you get a little few years behind you and you see the stuff all around you happening. And it's like now. That's kinda realistic. It's not sadistic it's real life. Yeah it is life. Life comes at you. Yeah or people still mad at you because of Keith in the security truck People were mad at me. Yeah just wondered if people were like. How could you have keith murdered at the end I mean i think people are people are still mad at me about david and the david in the dog. really yeah. They're a lot of people really. Were like very upset by that I but people die right and people die in some people die. Because they're killed in other people die because they got a disease and Some people die of old age. And that's yeah that's just the way it happened. That's i think it was pretty cool to see claire. Live to those at hundred nine hundred and really special I imagine it's pretty gratifying. To to be known as as having maybe the greatest series finale of all time because it's such a hard thing to do it must be pretty gratifying to to get those kind of kudos. Yeah it's very nice to hear that you know because You know you want something to end well and and it's so many people have said that you know that it was. It was such a strong ending. did that. that's a definitely very gratifying. Of other shows a lot of other great shows have not been quite so lucky. Yeah i mean most there. You can count on a coupla hands like the great great series finales and and six feet under is always there at the top. I think Art if you have a few more minutes. I'd love to finish with a few listener questions. This is such a beloved show that.

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07:36 min | 5 months ago

"six feet" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I mean. Let's talk a little bit about the opening death. Sequences was that an idea from the very beginning to use as a sort of framing device. It wasn't. I mean. When i wrote the pilot i basically just tried to open as many doors as i possibly could But nathaniel getting hit by. The bus is such a great great way to open the show. yeah I think once the show got picked up in when into production i. It was like okay. Well what are we gonna do. Well we. Let's just kill somebody at the beginning of every episode and was it just made. It just made perfect sense. Because in a way it's kind of like a franchise show it's kind of like a cop show or a or a hospital show with the case of the month or the disease case case of the week or disease of the week. We just had the death of the week. And i think a lot of things. A lot of decisions were made. Once we went from pilot to series one of which was will we. Can't we gotta get rid of those commercials for the for the funeral products products that were in the pilot because you're going to run out of products really quickly. Yeah so It just it just seemed to organically evolve into that. Yeah i mean it was fun for the viewers. Because there's a little bit of a you know every every week you sit down and back then before he could bench stuff which. I really enjoyed sort of that appointment. Television thing you sit there and you like all right. You know what's going to happen this week. So there's a little bit of anticipation that immediately. You have going into watching six feet under episode and then trying to figure out who is going to be. And then the fund misdirection you guys were able to do But it but it wasn't just a a start you know it it so often really factored in to the episode and not just. We need to give them something to do. If your home this week it was they played vital role sometimes than in the story of the other of the main cast. Yeah absolutely You know. I have a brother and his sister. The youngest of three. I have an older brother and older sister. So this show the the sibling Aspect of it always really hit home and Some of my favorite scenes are in. There aren't a ton of 'em when it was just the three of them together. We're always very special scenes to me and I wondered just sort of what your life was like. Did you have siblings. Did that inform anything in the show. y- yes and no. I have three siblings. I have two siblings. Two brothers fifteen in nineteen years older than me so we didn't really we weren't really children together at the same time so we don't have that sibling connection and then my sister was eight years older than me but she was killed in a car accident when i was thirteen years old so i had the sibling thing with her as a child but then once once she was gone. I didn't really have siblings. The way that the fisher siblings are with each other So a lot of ways. I think a lot of what that stuff was was for me was maybe a wish fulfillment like if i had had said wednesday closer to me in age. Maybe this is the relationship. I would have had with them or this kind of relationship. Yeah but then again. it's also you have to remember. It's not all coming from me again. There i had a room full of really good writers in of lot of stuff would would comfort them. In fact as much stuff came from them as came from me. It was always just so real. Because i feel like that's how life works when especially with siblings in that at various times their each taking care of one another in different ways. And it's not something that you get together on two siblings go okay you know is going through some trouble so one needs to really be there for her. It is always felt so organic and real and it just felt like a real family. Yeah it did. It did especially claire in ruth. Their relationship was so complicated and You just you wanted ruth to be satisfied with that relationship and with all the relationships with their kids and she so often wasn't and it was signed so tough to see. I remember that that Moment where claire and her friend parker were on mushrooms and they made hondas whole areas clown pants. Yeah yeah and then and then ruth wore them and and there was so complicated. Clair's response was like. Oh i'm glad she's wearing them but i'm embarrassed that i made them for her. My god. she's so dorky. And my mom. I love her so much but she embarrasses me and boy is so good yeah When did the idea of david being abducted. Where did that come from. That was such a brutal moment of the show and really kind of dominated his story line for awhile after Arguably through through the end of the series you know. He's still suffering from ptsd. Where where did that hatch will. That was in season four. And i felt like something really needed to shake david And when i was a kid. When i was a child my oldest brother was dating a woman who was abducted and And a guy with a gun forced her into his car and drove drove the car out to a field and then when he got out of the car and was going to come around and open her door and god. We knows what he had planned. Yeah she locked all the doors and just started blowing the horn and he and he ran off so nothing. Nothing terrible happened to her but still it's something that happened to somebody i knew so i think when i when we were breaking season four when with the writers had reconvened and we were just breaking season for i pitched that because i wanted something really terrible and inexplicable in insane to happen to david because i felt like he needed. He needed something to shake him out of his his of up tightness in his sort of feeling. Sorry for himself and in his his whole sort of approach you know he had been the good little boy his entire life. A little boy with a with a secret life and i just wanted. I just felt like we need to do something that will shock him. The intent was never to shock the audience but to have to something to shock david in to write a new state. So that's kind of where that came from interesting i the show also features trio of women That were some of my favorite characters on the show Always feel like you've really written strong women well And that's with kathy bates patricia clarkson and.

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06:48 min | 5 months ago

"six feet" Discussed on Movie Crush

"You also had the benefit on this show of casting your weekly guest stars because more so than many shows or maybe even any show that i can think of. The guest. Stars had a really big There were really big part of of the the run of the show with the initial opening death sequence in then more times than not that would really play a vital role in that episode. There that story line and it wasn't just come in here and do this guests thing like some really really juicy roles for little known actors and some of them went on to be big stars but Emily now we're having conversations about how many people that are just out of the business today. That have this conversation at a dinner party. Well i used to act. What did you do. Well the big thing. I've probably ever did was six feet under guest role and how many how many people have that badge of honor. That didn't go on to be big stars. Got to play a really really great part even so because they were just such meaty guest our roles right and what was the casting like that With that week to week. How tough was that or how involved in that were you at that point. Well i had a. I mean we had amazing casting directors in lee goldstein and joining our johnston When they were this yeah. Yeah and for a lot of other things as well And they would just bring in really good people and it was It was always occasionally. I would be like we didn't. We didn't see anybody that really feels right. Can we keep looking. But for the most part they just you know they know the they know the acting community and they know which people are right for things and they would just it was. It was really great. Because i casting was one of my favorite aspects of being in production. 'cause i love actors. I love all as a writer also a lot of times when you when you watch casting people will do it differently than you thought. It should be done when you wrote it but it's better so you're you're like oh okay i see that and sometimes i would adjust the script because of things like that. Is it pretty gratifying to kind of break. An actor like Like a ben foster. Let's and to see what kind of work that he went on to do. Oh yeah there were a lot of actors that Like chris messina to yeah i just it was. It was great to sort of see them of become. You know. I think i think because of their exposure on six feet under maybe they got a little more opportunities than i know. I hope so of course. I think i think vince foster especially as russell such an such a fun character. I mean kind of annoying in some ways but you also rooted for him and he was you know he was kind of a a snobby art guy for a little while but you also wanted him to to be better and for some reason he russell was always just a character. That kinda got in my own head. I think and ben foster did such a great job with him. Such good meaty role a young age. Yeah he was. he's really good. I get annoyed when i look at the emmy awards list and you guys were nominated for. I think fifty plus emmys but the the lack of emmy awards for the actors is just pisses me off. Still when i see an awards are awards. But how does peter crowds and not get a mea. Were season three. It's just it's unthinkable to me. Yeah i mean yeah. I mean i i do feel like everybody did awards worthy work. Everybody but there's only so many people who can win awards. There's always people you know. Gratifying i think francis conroy won a golden globe. Yeah and didn't somebody else win something. I feel like somebody wanted was. Rachel won a golden globe and there was a somebody wanna sag award. I i want to say. It's it's franny as well and won for directing right. I want an emmy for directing. Yes yeah i guess can't win them all but when i see The cast. I just feel like each of them should have gotten one at some point. Yeah i agree. I think they should be like participant awards. Everybody should get the award. Yeah i mean we talked on the show about having a having an ensemble cast award. I think is kind of overdue for something like that. Oh we did win a ensemble award for sag okay. So they do that. They have a on somboon and we did win that one year. Now that's cool Aesthetically just you know. The look of the show was very unique in that. I feel like there were a couple of things that y'all did early on. That really became signature. Aesthetic parts of the show like the the deep framing with You know the multiple characters in focus you know kind of stacked on one another how. How did those decisions come about. Well that was probably Alan case oh our director photography. I remember when we were we were. Shot listing for the pilot and There was some shots of ruth in the kitchen after she. Threw the pot roast. After she found out that nathaniel had been killed. And those were his choices. I mean he would. He would line them up. Show them to me. I i said oh. Yeah that's great. Let's do that and we you know we. My my approach to shoplisting is okay. This scene is about this character feeling paranoid. How do we tell that visually. And then i totally depend on the ep. Because i didn't go to film school. I don't know what lenses are white and brent wide so i i can tell you emotionally what needs to be happening in the scene so i think a lot of credit for the look of the show would go allen kay so yeah i mean i know plenty of people had done that deep focus shots but we we still call that the six feet undershot when we see that it because it just became so signature to the show. I think and that school because not i don't feel like every show has a signature look These days yeah. I agree and you could always tell the six feet under episode. Just.

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06:45 min | 5 months ago

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"That was tough stuff to you because i think once you fall in love with ruth as a viewer you just want some goodness for her and she finally gets it and then like at times. We were joking around. We were like. Why is alan ball. Hate the fishers like it was so terrible to see that slip away. And then i guess it was season three when she I mean season three is a whole was was a tough experience to get through especially that season. Three finale really tested the limits. i think of What an audience member can can take in some ways. Remind me what the season three. Finale allie was cheese. I mean i. I might start crying thinking about it Lisa's death is confirmed. Right right right right Claire meets her Her her baby and heaven who leases taking care of now. Right and nate goes to brenda adler fight and has asked in the bar. Just the most destructive self destructive behavior is engaging in dangerous but there's That's when ruth and george decide to get married right and so i'm kinda leads me to a question which is finding the right balance in a show where you know. Admittedly a lot of really tough stuff happens to people that you have made viewers love and then throwing in nuggets of hope here and there like. How did you work on that balance again. It's not very conscious. It's just i just sort of trust in my instincts about what felt right. I had some i. The writer's room on six feet under was so great. It was such a great room it was such it was so great to be a part of such a collaborative process with these really Gifted and smart and interesting people but there was there was always People were pitching. Pretty nihilistic thing and i found myself being the one who was like no. We can't do that. We can't do you know are there are there was even a pitch That the last season would there would be a nuclear strike in it would take place. In like post apocalyptic wasteland. And i was too much. We can't do Yeah i just sort of trust my instincts. it's like I also tried to keep the show as funny as it could be right In to sort of balance. That stuff out because i feel like in life humor is part of what helps us deal with tragedy and trauma and all the horrible things that have happened and are happening and will happen. Yeah i think a lot of that came a lot of the humor and a lot of this third. The break from some of the tough stuff happened with the fantasy sequences and that's really a very unique part of that show. Win was that born was at sort of in your plans from the beginning. Yeah i it was I think you know there. Were i think probably because that was the first major thing i wrote after american beauty fantasy sequences in american beauty right and And i and there were fantasy sequences in the pilot of six feet under Just the fact that nathaniel was there talking to people Those were definitely fantasy sequences. I never we never intended that to be like. Oh he's a ghost and he's actually talked. It was just like a it was a metaphor for conversations that the non did characters were having in their head right with him There's that great sequence. Where nate imagine getting hit by the bus And he goes through the you know he dies and goes towards the light and get sucked through the tunnel in two aiko weird poker game whereas playing poker naked. And it's like do you mind so much stuff in the fantasy sequences the of course the weirdest one David's egg donation with the demon baby. Puff it actually go out there and crazy. It was just not what at the the reason it happened. That way is because lauren was doing a she had she was either doing some time on a movie. Years was in a player. Something was unavailable and so we. That's why we decided like well. What if we have a weird claire puppet. Yeah behind the scenes nuts and bolts. Necessity is the mother of invention episode With richard jenkins such a beloved actor and given his role on. This show is sort of this. This know sage that would wander in and out. What was it like when he popped on to set. You know For his brief periods Was that a lot of fun. When when he came around as far as the rest of the cast and crew first of all. He's a total sweetheart. Yeah he's such a nice man and he's got an he's just beloved beloved and with good reason. I was always happy when he was there. Because i got to hang out with him a little bit. Yeah because he's one of those people who just he's doing it for all the right reasons. You know what i mean. He's not he just and he was involved with the theater company. Back in I don't know if it's delaware maryland but He's just such a deer kind incredibly talented Person so i loved. I loved it whenever he would show up. It was a great cast. I mean it was really a great cast. And and everybody really. I think at the time we knew on some level how special the experience that we were being allowed to have was but nobody ever paid too much articulated that too much. because i think it's nobody wanted to jinx it. But i think you know for five years to really enjoy going to work into and to never really haven't experienced like. Oh you got to do this again. is pretty.

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07:05 min | 5 months ago

"six feet" Discussed on Movie Crush

"That was the episode whereas the show sort of went. This is what i am and And i said okay. We'll we will honor that that's really cool So this show for me personally marked a really big sort of turning point because it when it premiered in during its first run was when i first met who is now my wife in los angeles We lived over in eagle rock and then through the show moved back to atlanta to my original hometown together. And that's where the when the show kind of ended and we ended up Buying a house kind of kitty corner from this family run funeral home with a big giant beautiful home and i remember at the time we literally said like this meant to be. We're living across from the fisher added so it's been real. My wife has seen it now. Three times all the way through through favorite show of all time and we finished my second run her third and it's really interesting to watch it at age thirty and then at age fifty really almost social experiment interesting to see which characters identified more with and how much more into ruth i was this time around and how much i kind of laughed at clare stuff a little bit like a sweet kid how billy more compassion for billy like all these like different endorphins or firing twenty years on in my life so i think this is one of the shows that did that for a lot of people because everyone identified so much with these characters and i'm trying to find a question i'm curious maybe what you think twenty years on When you reflect on these people I hate to say this. But i don't really reflect on them that much. Yeah because i feel like okay. That's done that ended in. I haven't watched the show since it since it ended Maybe i should. But that's sort of feels like something. I'll do when i'm in the old age right when we're timing. I'm just. I'm just trying to figure out the industry where it is right now and how to get something on the air because it's cooling. It's so different like i don't. I don't know that six feet under would get paid now without some recognizable star. Attack a I again i. I don't know did. American beauty would get made now. It seems like everything. The decisions of on what gets made is all based on algorithms. I have. I have a hard time understanding how that works right. One of the great things about those those six hundred hundred experience With hbo in general but with both six feet under and True blood was that there. There wasn't a you know layer after layer after layer of people who had to give their input and had to approve things. There was just one person one or two people and they would basically say. Here's what we think. And most of the times most of the time the notes were super helpful and there weren't that many of them You know but in my experience since then has been very very different and and quite confusing. And maybe i'm just too old to exist in this new environment but now it's really strange. Yeah i'd love to talk about casting a little bit. I mean it's it's one of those shows where you certainly can't picture. I mean it feels like this family was a fully formed family in the siblings. Were siblings and heard peter krause to talk about this before that that when you when they even looked at the show they felt like these are the three kids that ruth nathaniel would have had an. I'm i'm just curious about the casting process like how easy or difficult that was in with certain characters it was. I mean i i i would say it was. It wasn't terribly difficult although we we had a real hard time. Finding brenda and nate It took a long time To to cast those two roles. And basically i remember really the only person that i went. Okay that's that. I don't need to see anybody else was franny. francis conroy. Really when she came in she you. I mean it was just like okay. That's her what's yeah we we can start looking. A lot of women came in and they had head had weird plastic surgery and they look surprise. They had that surprised. Look on their face. Like no ruth would not have an job Matthew saint patrick. There were two african american men in america who would read for that role really at the time at the time. There was still a stigma about playing a gay character. If if if the actor was not getting your life. And i think there was especially a stigma about playing a gay character in a relationship with a white man right so literally. There were only two guys who read for teeth really really. We had a lot of people. come in read for. I mean i remember back then. What we did is we would take the top three contenders to hbo. And we. We would go into the hbo auditorium and and they would and and and the top passage would be there in the actress would read and i remember Lauren read for claire and And afterwards There was some concern that she the it was the scene where she's on crystal meth signs out. That our father's dead and there was some concern that that she didn't Didn't feel authentic. And i i remember thinking this girl the girl so i had to go out and talk to her in the hallway and it was like you have to just play the crystal meth thing a little bit more. And she's like. I don't know how to do that. I've ever done crystal meth. i never will. So what is it. What is it. And i had never done crystal method or so i was like well. It's just like be really jittery and you know just do that was the real thing. But i think that's what they're looking for originally was one of the finalists for david But and then there was a guy we brought into play native. We thought we had found the perfect nate but he just choked. He choked at the callback.

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06:35 min | 5 months ago

"six feet" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I think allowed it to to to be very specific because a lot of a lot of times what happens with development is things get generic thing things are sort of pushed into a direction. That feels familiar. Because that's you know. I feel like a lot of times. In development people want to make things similar to things that have already been successful. of course yeah and i. I'm glad that i was able to sort of figure out the the world in the characters without It being what's what's the right word. ruined i wouldn't say ruined but but bland out right sure like to appeal to the broadest spectrum or what have but. I'm not saying that would have happened at hbo because they were very much about it. At that time they were very much about wanting things that were very different. And you know that. That's back when their tagline was not. Tv it's hbo right. So they were. They gave you a lot of room then to just sort of do your thing. Well when i gave them the script for the pilot they asked for meeting. I came into the meeting and they said basically they said we really like this are only notice. The whole thing feels kinda safe and we're wondering if you could just fuck it up a little bit more. Yeah and literally. Those were the words that they used in. I i remember thinking. Oh my god this will never happen to me again. But this is like a this is like a writer's dream And so i i did I didn't go in there. And just gratuitously fuck things up. But i've tried to figure out ways in which You know you could tell the story that were messy messier not as as cookie-cutter one of the things i learned in my five years in sitcoms before i broke broke away did six feet under and actually one of the reasons i wrote. American beauty which was written fueled by a lot of anger was the the world that i lived in in as a writer. In in sitcom world was a world in which basically the two notes we got from the network. All the notes we got from the network could be consolidated into two thoughts which were make nicer. Okay and articulate the subtext of which are just you know the the diametrically opposed to good writing right So i had to unlearn a lot of that. When i started working on six feet under and at the same time six hundred for me was in a lot of ways. It was film school. Because you know. I had only worked in theater or in Four camera sitcom which is kind of like film theater right and so single camera. Storytelling was new to me and And i wanted to direct and i I wanted to produce and so it was. It was film school and it was probably the best film school. I could have gone to well and you. You directed the pilot. Right i did. Was that a hard fight or did you just say i would really like to do this. I said i would really like to do this. And they said okay And i think i had. I had just won the oscar for american beauty. That i noticed that all of a sudden. Everybody acknowledged what i had to say as if it were right. Is it true. Whereas before whenever i had thoughts people go like. Yeah but and they would start but you know the kind of allegation that comes from you know winning an oscar and also having the movie that you want for be a commercial success is people change and they start acting like you know what you're doing and i'm not saying that i did but i'm just saying that all of a sudden they. They had that not happened that they might not have been quite so quick. We'll let you direct. And i also heard that through the grapevine that people like god. What are we going to do. What if it's what if it's terrible but if i'm not mistaken i think david directed the pilot of Sopranos right and it was. I was sitting there. I was sort of using that as a as a model. Yeah that's awesome On the writing. I'm kind of curious. Because i britain stuff in and lot of our listeners have dabbled in screenwriting. Is there a point where the characters it becomes a little less like. What do i want david to do. Here what should david do here and less we. We don't really have a choice. David is fully formed human now. David's and we just need to facilitate that. Does that make sense. It makes perfect sense Yeah i i think I think a lot of times a characters will let you know what they want right to do. And a lotta times in editing especially I find that The show or the movie or whatever in editing. It's going to let you know what he wants to be. And all of a sudden you know this scene that you thought was so important and so great. You're like works better without it and the movies letting me know that this is what it needs to be. And i think that's true for characters when you have characters that are very specific and and very specifically complicated psychologically and emotionally. You can't just pitch and go like out. David's going to run for city council. You know he would never do that. David would never do so. Yeah i agree with you. Sometimes i feel like sometimes my job especially once once you get a show once you get the pilot donovan. The show is up and running is to just figure out what it wants to be in. Get out of. Its way right. And how soon does that happen. It well in this case of these characters can take on their own path. It's interesting in in both Six feet under and true blood. It happened on the fifth episode. Wow the fifth episode of six feet under was when nate met. Billy and i believe it was also the The porn star died a got electrocuted in her bathtub. And there was born star funeral. Yeah.

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"six feet" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

06:16 min | 5 months ago

"six feet" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Everybody in. Welcome to movie crush friday very special edition because i m sitting here staring at the very friendly handsome face of mr alan ball. Either alan ball. Hi. how's it going. It's going great. It's so nice to meet you. And i know that Here on the twentieth anniversary of six feet under. You've been making the rounds. Some and i really appreciate you taking some time for us. This is a very very big deal is my pleasure very happy to be here So i guess. I would love to kinda just go back to the beginning and talk a little bit about the origins of the show in the state of your career at the time where you were kind of the state of television at the time Feel like six feet under along with A very small handful of shows kind of helped usher in what we now look at is the golden age of television or another golden age of television. And just a little bit about the beginnings of the seat of the show well I had signed a three year television development deal with the green black january studio Either a week before or a week. After i sold the script Of american beauty to dreamworks little amazing and And so as part of american beauty was came out At the same time within a again within the the same week that i show under that development deal a sitcom for abc called up from eared right And after american beauty came out a lot of people wanted to meet with me. And i bet and Carolyn strauss from. Hbo wanted meeting. I said yeah hell yeah. I'll take that meeting. Because i just discovered the sopranos and it was like everybody else in america i was like. Oh wow tv can be something completely different than we all thought it could be so i met with caroline. We had lunch and she pitched this idea to me. She said. I've always wanted to do a show about a family. Run funeral home and something. Yeah in something in my head. Just went click. Because i had spent some time in funeral homes when i was growing up because there was a period where people in my family A lot of people in my family died. So i had a real sense of that. Weird sort of surreal muffled environment. That funeral homes are right and And i thought that would be such a great show And i said. I really wish i could work on that but i've got this. Tv show abc and And so i'm not available well Not too long after that Abc very graciously cancelled my show. And yeah and i had two more years left on my development deal and everybody was coming at me saying we've got this you know we've got this stand up com- comics that you're the perfect person to build a show around or we've got this horrible idea about a man who dies in his reincarnated as his wife's dog that you're a perfect. You're the perfect guy to build this show around. And i was like i can't do it. I can't i gotta get out. Because i had spent four years prior to grow up working In traditional for cameras sitcom Plus the half a season that Grow up lasted. And i just really. I felt like. I've done my time in that particular gulag. I cannot bring. I gotta get out of there so i wrote the pilot to six feet under on spec. Okay just knowing that. Hbo was interested in a show. Like that and I did it when i went home for the christmas break And i came back and gave it to my agent and she gave it to bob and david and there was a moment where they said can't could this be a network show and i was like no no it cannot be networks show it has to go to. Hbo and and we gave it to hbo. And they responded to it and And the rest is history history when you're writing a pilot like this and you're handed an idea that you That you respond to when you latch onto what Do you literally just sit down and say okay. Who's in who's in this family And is that more. Like where can i create the maybe potentially the best drama or is it. Who who who do. I want to be in this family. Just emotionally I think it's who do. I want to be in this family just emotionally. I'm not my my process is is not particularly conscious. i I sit down to write. And sometimes i get surprised by what happens right A lot of times. It's terrible i mean i. Have you know stacks of scripts. That i've started not finished or stacks of scripts that i finished That just don't work right But there was something about this particular environment and these particular characters that just sort of fully formed and I'm not saying that's any sort of mystical thing. I think is just i do a lot of work on a subconscious level and just sorta spills out Yeah i I it just felt right. And also i was at the time i was grieving for my failed. Abc sitcom so. I you know i. I poured a little bit of that grief into The pilot. But i what i love. I'm not a big fan of development. Because i've never had an experience and development where things actually got better right. I just and so the fact that i was able to do this. All outside of a development process.

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"six feet" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"six feet" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"You proud of about this book. I think i'm proud. That it's honest and candid That i was able to kinda see. See it till the end. Obviously i chose what to write but that didn't shy away from things that were painful. I think that It's about as candidate as i could part of growing up. Five feet and three quarters inches if we're going to stay below sixty eight. I think it's just as you know. Being ignored either. Being teased or being ignored or bath. I was teased during The time twelve thirteen fourteen But then in hot you get in school and people don't tease you but they don't ask you out on dates. They kind of Just you're not there. I mean people look through you. I think in that hard i mean. That's kind of an odd thing to think about your six feet tall. But you're invisible true true and i think it's like any person that is different in the different people in high school or just hard to accept men whether you're over way to even had it's funny. I even had people tell me very odd things that they suffered through in high school and one woman said. Oh it was. my neck. Had a really long neck and i was always teased about it. I thought that never would occurred to me that you'd be teased because you had a long neck Mercilus in middle school and high school sometimes. And it's a terrible but the just a couple of writing life questions here before we finish up You went Talked about your career and investigative journalism unit ended up coming to charlotte worked for the observer for years water. Any pieces But then you wrote the mysteries and now you've written a memoir and i'm just a little bit about the writing process moving from investigative journalism to mystery to memoir. What did you teach yourself to accomplish the task. Well a lot. I think What helped me a lot. We moved to london for three years. And i had a lot of social activities with other women but i was kinda bored. I mean if you're used to working and then alvis said you know you're on this endless vacation after awhile. It begins to paul said. If i'm ever going to write this novel. I need to do it now. And kind of wandered to a lotta thickets of riding the kind of wind circles and went somewhere. Ungovernable at that god i writing which an englishman who actually lived in minneapolis. Which is odd but he had seen people through this writing their first novel before so once sat.

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"six feet" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"six feet" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Podcast all one word really talking about investigative journalism for riders We're gonna talk about some of the investigative cases that Nancy's had some of the tip. She learned maybe how that might even help riders of fiction. And so we'll do that But just to tease out a little bit that now You really were involved in some interesting cases as investigative journalist in houston you took on this group called the american educational complex and and then there was a scandal in the private schools. Where even get sued. Which i'm sure endeared you to lawyers even more true true. Yeah of course. I was an investigative reporter there for five years and a pretty large variety of stories but thought a pick those two because the american educational complex was really matter most memorable case and went on for two years and presented som aspects of danger And the other case was the first and only time i've been sued said at thought those were both pretty instructive which is why i chose them. American educational complex cases pension fund. Scheme as i understand and the the other case involving the private schools. You did get sued but it had a happy ending. They dropped the case because they didn't have a case to begin with a you had reported accurately on what you had observed but just briefly about that You know you went from that to. We'll talk about this in your writing life segment here in a little bit but When you are doing this investigative reporting work you said there was a little bit of danger involved in that I guess it Six feet tall. It wasn't too easy to add right. I mean you're right right. Yeah the one thing they did was put out a sort of a wanted poster on me that People were to see me on campus. They were to reported immediately in the picture on there. And it really did collect one of those wanted posters from the fbi or something And i was pretty sure. I was followed. Yeah i was kind of a scary tab was talking about more happy time. Which is the publication. This book Looking at the book cover Our listeners can't say they'll see it in the show notes that they got a charlotte russe podcast dot com. It's a very.

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"six feet" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"six feet" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"I think you know my life as a child. Until i was eleven or twelve was pretty bad deal in even though i knew i was a little bit taller but then i just grew and grew and by the time i was fourteen at tain not full height of fat fatal evident three fourths and said all right. It was six feet. I preferred force. You mentioned We're talking about this. You know love life love of self. You already mentioned love life. You found your husband. Use a couple inches shorter. Y'all let him go because he was two inches shorter. Great decision not to do that but about love of self. How long did it take you to a love. The taller you. I think with us started succeeding in Reporting when i became a reporter. And then when i became an investigative reporter but i think it also helped for me to go away to college. I went to university of north carolina chapel hill. And there's so much to do there and a lot of tall people including women that i think that you sort of face to be so aware of it. You mentioned that in the book about how when you went off to school. You're able to be around. Of course she had a larger population students danced. The chances are that you might run into other women that were taller As well and you said journalism which is a third item on omah subtitled list. Here you chose journalism and a six foot world for your tagline. And i'm just wondering. Could you talk about this. In the book you should share with our listeners Had it being six feet tall. Maybe hurt you a little bit in that but also help you as a journalist. Well i think concurrent with being tall ahead to get over shyness. You know. By the time i was a teenager. I was pretty shah and at felt like beth. Those went hand in hand being tall and.

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"six feet" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"six feet" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"Cancer gene. So what are you guys. Are you guys doing taking this. Whole fucking colby. Chilly legit yet. Street serious yet. What you're going out of town. No no i'm gonna. I'm gonna tell him. Where are you calling my mellow sister. She's getting a college offer possibly for volleyball and this week and ask that they could issue could go visit okay so which is on so. That's why i'm taking her to san antonio you know this is going to happen. It's going staying in texas. But we'll stay in texas and i'm going with my other sister who actually is out there but okay so i'm not really doing anything and i got tested this week to just to make sure that was before i went out original tested every month job. I have to deal with people high. And it's just like don't fucking all what these people been like right. We have as far as the people that i had that we regular. Because we're re we're a management for apartments and we have sixteen cases of the people that live there osha. So it's just like fucked like i don't even know there's people that this isn't a real pitch like some people dying. We can remind and so five in tested eleven times cod negative really. Yeah and the only reason to your nostrils are all fucked up that bad. She felt that. I've gotten you know they. I mean when. I did every time i've done it. I mean they just kinda go ch now. They're all fucking like the one that you up bitch. Flippin get your raping my knows what is going on knox comey later for the first time i got tested. I did the nose test And it was like right when it came out because we one of the guys that we knew we're Said his son had been exposed so anybody came around him Should be tested. So all right well go. One of my friends is telling me because they had who's crazy they do to you. Just don't just don't yell yes. Yeah it was just like it was before the before anybody really talking about. What the tests. Worse i wasn't. I didn't know what to expect that. Your gosh it. So when they're pulling up when they're coming to the back to my door because they tell you the current shit it's all coming back already fucking taking off my belt issues john down you're gonna put your ass out was like do i. Don't know much is out the window fit like that. So i'm getting ready issue. All right just put your head back on it all fuck. Oh this isn't good all right so you. Don't feel a little tickle tickle. So the around the counter three. I'm gonna do are cool. Shaw one shoved that motherfucker straight up dude. I'll will slap the bitch off honestly. I don't believe in violence against women but interested in fucking down to catch a case along with covert not only does she go up but then she starts moving. That should just jiggling that shit. All the fucking bitch comes out. I can't help them all shit going to be laughing at me. Aleve fucking bitch. Both of them. Yeah now i got a one yard only did one other. It depends august. I was this early on with all. 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If you're exposed really anywhere that the cdc came out with the foot how well we're getting better. We're learning doorly not. We're just becoming a new version. The same superhuman. Well the one thing. I'm finding funding. Because i don't know if you've seen that they're saying Mike there's two companies are actually applying for the fda with the weiser madeira hike. They're they're which ones have been. They're telling apparently the modera one is okay because apparently that one had one hundred percent success rate of not like anybody that dot the shot didn't have severe case of covid so like because their initial is ninety four percent Beyond that there were one hundred percent on anybody like if you dig it kobe. To the vaccine it was in a severe case. They kind of got mild symptoms. And that was it. 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"six feet" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"six feet" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"Could talk. Oh shit black light quote the planetary our planet fucking murder scene type of going that you try to hit the roof and shit. You know maybe the roof times. It was a little more that says he can beat this month. Mysterious liquid on your raining cut. Shit was fuck used. Be the ship like because everybody you into places like that like when you walk in your head wearing masks before we were supposed to wear russia mass though the wrong type of mass. But gotta hide. You're going to be afraid that when you drunk when you drunk out there yelling shit. Let's go see some today as shit. You gotta make your presence known. Would you go by yourself. Where would you go. No go with wherever last. Call her name before. I'm old lady then after that. i'm not. I haven't been there anymore out that i just don't know her name her name. I remember last. 'cause he's in my book or pizza pizza. Always he was pizza calling you back day home. Don't make sure all right. They haven't heard from fucking shit new. That's what i have blockbuster. In there has been obsolete. for thirty. Four years blockbusters always shit. I used to be the hollywood video now. That was my shit now. You can a lot of ships consoles and everything do. Everybody says that. Fucking great and threesomes great. But did you ever have that feeling friday after school. You'd go rhino fucking video forever. Find it finally city is always like my fucking highlight of my week. Join us friday late fees close like oh shoot you Yeah this is stacey calling from blockbuster service like five hundred dollars now. I had rented one of the. Us games when it first came out the other my ps two and identify. What baby mama. Whatever so long story. Short by ps got By apartment broken. Into repoed my. Es fucking stolen. The game was in there. So i went down to block o videos. Dude check it out. man I got a police report. Stole my shit. Oh sorry you guys go to ship a But i just wanted to. We do all you gotta do is pay sixty bucks or we're good. I was like the fucking we say bitch. Early handed pass do for the late fees. Were fucking fucking game causing fucking just trying to be like an extra extra late for you. Fucking cock hush at fucking fuck man. And that's why. I want to get into business. Just repeat the mother foot with red box all of a sudden it's like i don't know i put the game back swear turned it in. Just put the bucks though. Yeah i read boxes games. They started off with movies. And i think. I wanna say like an year to year after they started doing games and everything flicks used to send you. The i remember my cousin had started. Like i'm not getting the new movies is because you haven't send the fucking disks that yeah so you don't get the new ones. They had gained fly. And i had friends that had it. Wouldn't they would do. Is that when they would get the game They would just call them and say. Hey i never got the game and ever got here. It says you guys sent it but it was never hear s another one but the new accused the other copy. Oh we never thought it was. Pimping cheat the system. These kids in the back door. Dude i said yes. There is knock in the ladies on the last podcast. There were adamant that we're not really show. If you love me start entering fuck that shit. Show me in my sleep. Don't fuck put it on my ass. I was like well it's late. i don't know rabe is good harassed the radio as well. Evidently it is a consensual rape is is rape considered rape. If it's consensual. Yeah plan to rape. That's technically you're if you're raping someone don't they're not like no but i want you to fight back though you know what i mean. Just pretend i mean don't kick my ass. You probably want her to fight a little bit. I wanna workforce give up you gotta you gotta give eventually in. I like knocking in. I safer there. No fucking saying no no no means yes to me twice double negative even as she pinches you in the i like. 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Do what the fuck is going on. I fell apart. I'm done i hit. Walk off your shower in the corner. Like up. And i was just fucking crying. I'm fat for like when you guys say like. You didn't have to apologize like you got to go through those we got to. All of those findings faded faded pushing. It wasn't cool. Because when i got home. You're like oh. I got home so ladies so usually when we do we didn't drive ourselves no we had. Luckily we had that uber. But i got home. Quick we are shows like an hour and a half depending upon your arrival time. And the you know we should should the should afterwards with you guys. We did like a fucking three and a half four hour. Marathon lightweight and i drank some. Yeah that's like the one thing i mean. I don't say it's a bad thing. But that's like the one thing like should we always.

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"six feet" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"six feet" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"Go slow right. But i mean that research is like five minutes before we start to spots. I the best having to do that was fresh in your phone out. So what brought around the so first of all the name six feet under. What's what's the deal with the name we we had a for. We had another named i. Because we like this. Show homage your mother and they have these joke about opening a bar and the name was going to be puzzles. Okay and that was the first name we had forgot about that. Like it was a dumb name. Like white puzzles That's we were going to do that. And then sixty eight hundred km can ask you meanings. I pitched the idea and a came from. There's a song by my favorite bands call. They're also damage. Song called six feet under the stars and the song is pretty much about hollywood and Kind of dealing with like the shit side of hollywood and like everybody wants to be famous and everything but at the end of the day we're all under the ground six feet under the stars so it's kinda talking about like you're under We're kind of like going to the same shit in you. Know at the end of the day wrong. Die wrong having the same crap. So there's no reason trying to be famous to be someone that you're not roy. So that's kind of where we kind of got her from kind. Came about okay. So what did he get cremated. I'm sorry you're you're six feet over the weekend. I know that i am yeah. We're mexico. We can't afford can't do that. I'm going to try my momma slagging fucking dope so told yes a little bit about what your show is what you guys try to do with it So our show. We basically try to bring anybody in the local area And anyway that's got whether it be their artist painter there musician their film writer director. Whether they're starting a business we were about getting to know the people in our local areas. We wanna go ahead and transport them and kind of give them a platform to talk about what they got going on right so other people can learn about him especially nine with code and everything. It's obvious the ones that are suffering. The most are the local businesses and the artists. Because they don't have the same outreach that they had before right the bigger companies take the quicker hit the money. A lot quicker obviously walmart target. Those guys aren't going to suffer but your local your local coffee shop your local where marketplace and you have a hard time keeping up so we thought like special places that we actually go like friends they own. The first one we did was mona. We used we go to that bar lot okay and while they did the competition for the wing challenge that i was part of all and then was like well. We actually go here. It's good like we should promote his pilot. We enjoy coming in. And that's how everything started that more than anything like spots that we actually frequent like. We're not going to go to spot promoting without ever being there right our friend from crofton social all my like we usually. That's our hangouts by. We have beers air and we as a lot of people go by barrett specs. And they wanna spend that extra dollar because it's local like you can get better beer fresher from someone that's going to talk to you about it straight from the tap same old sheepdog consulting from the tv know promoting our friends to places that we actually enjoy going. Not just. Because it's the hype. Go there we actually fucking go get fucked up their best way to do it because like i. You're saying the kind of people like to go to the fucking clubs on cincy in the bars in whereas in the fucking crazy shit and i used to now man. Are you worried everyone every now and then at the cajun calls for it but like every week what. We've always been more of the ones hanging on chilean. So and i think that's kinda wanted to do is like right. The nice chill spots that people kinda like don't really know about more things going on you. See i the only reason i to go to big clubs back in the day was because you know z junior. You like to listen to the music. He likes to see how somebody mixes. And you know you're just doing whatever jane. Oh my biggest thing was here. Margaritas is back in i started. What ninety nine through seven there. Something like that off and on probably junior. How's it gonna say. I was barely getting started in high school and saw the best part about is right next door right next door to fucking a porno shop. So after every fucking your video she'll go through running back backup. Yeah i don't know. I don't know but i didn't know i'd have to go motel boost that they have to fifty you pay two dollars. Yeah so they have an arcade right so you go in there and they have like a private booth where must be obsolete now. Though for now we still go go by their sex toys and their stuff. that's what he became. It just became a show we talked about. I'm gonna try. Yeah so this. Arcade you go in and it's b- it's basically like your little booth. Yellow small booth probably should have the size of this table. Where you and another person and depending how big or small that bitches you could probably fit another one in about three of them and then you put in like the fuck back then. I think it was five bucks three bucks or something and then it brings up like a rant. Fuck and fifty. Different fucking porno. You could like pick from someone that come out. You can pick whichever one you want and watch them. There were no. It's not safe now. Coronas walls.

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"six feet" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

The Words on Fire Podcast

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"six feet" Discussed on The Words on Fire Podcast

"Podcast like subscribe till your friends to your girlfriends till your baby mamas. Even this week we got like. I said we're we're continuing the love As far as bringing on other people here in old paso representing locals These guys we actually just did a show with the was it two weeks ago at the great last month about a couple of weeks ago. Works built the first one was out last week. Yeah so it's the guy from the six feet six hundred hundred podcast boy. Alex boy caesar suicide guys. Alex alex de intro. Look so if you guys have been check us out. Our interests really inappropriate. Because you know talk about all this shit and it's always me moaning like little japanese. Can we got racist real. Should start good. Do you know what's funny though so before we got you know just like anything else. You wanna listen to other people you know you try to it and when we heard that what the fuck is out about. So we weren't expecting when we well we recorded. Guess i've gone back and seen the youtube. When you're like what i was saying was your jewish looked at you like what the fuck is going. Which is the same. It's the same reaction we get every single time with somebody and the funny thing is like how you attitude like. Can we cut some my bro. He just moaned throw. Should give give where we don't really care what you say on here. No but the reason. I ask. Because i think the episode you guys did with your sponsors the old sheepdog he starts at sponsor. The motherfucker gars I think when i was hearing i heard a bunch of bleeps. Oh that's something here. there's a. There's a word i guess. I'm brought four podcasts and for broadcast podcasts and videos on youtube and there is a word you can't say without a pass. Oh really yeah. Which is the dumbest thing. 'cause we have we have. We said that she said i can say one and then he can say the fuck face. You cannot say it together. You can't say fuck face now. Had to bleep it. Why how it's so fucking read the fucking shit. Where'd you get this from his. It's like there's an even there's a podcast called at and they had to believe their own name and there's like good. It's funny because if you google searches you can search it. Because like the like in the fifth page of. Because it's supposed to be bleep. So you can't say fuck face but you could say fuck and then how long face shit shit you could take. You see fucking kills. Don't get wild blister cases where we draw the fucking light that way to. That's a youtube thing though. It's on for apple. Apparently and i guess. I don't know if it's spotify to you but when you don't have to edit everyone's like just wants so when you say fuck face wh what is apple do stick it down. Oh she's old. Times i senator so we have a record with our friend from mona offering. Jose I made a mistake with telling him that. It sixty two times. When i was editing and other fucking problem episodes bleeps and then it's still probably. I forgot to take out background noise at the beginning. When else editing. Finish him when like an already bleep. The fucking sixty two times. Fuck the rhinos. All each break like another hour just editing way above my pay grade dude. After that. that's when he had through edit the audio and like we haven't seen it that much fuck feel you on that. Because one of the episodes we did we. We had brought a teacher in and one of the mike so we had was different. The matter of fact. I just bought his mic guys. Were coming the other. Mike that we had is anytime. You'd like tap tap the it lightly here on the mike it's like it's fucking thumping so that one of the guests that we had. She had a nervous tic when she she'd tap every late two seconds. Oh so the ho- episode. You hear like somebody was bound. Bob fucking knocking on the door so how to go in there and literally fucking cut everyone from her. It took us three days. Do shit it was like an hour and a half was a about an hour forty seven minutes after. Yeah it took me about forty they do. Because there's an hour and forty five minute conversation so every two three seconds. You just hear that allowed us when you're recording. You can't really pick it up. But what would you do the playback here on that. That's a lot of special ed. It here on their lots of little laptop. And i edit from here so we owe it. Looks finish as soon as we finish up the memory card thrown into the laptop and go from there. So when i when i'm playing it back to name the tracks or whatever that's where i started here now with the fuck so after i done everything together and i started listening it just to save it flows together because you know sometimes when you do multiple tracks. He do the four different tracks. We have four different. Mikes so we gotta sink and then when i was hearing it from the beginning of your new what program you actually edit the audio To put everything audacity talking do we go gutter. I was gonna say me. I don't know what kind of lots up you have but like garage garage band for when audio Probably like if that ever happens again if you try something like that. I don't know if i'd acidy has there's it's a noise gate. It takes off any excess audio so a lot of the whispering. Little cliques in the background. You here on then eliminate the audio moesha's so i'm gonna maybe next time it happens again. That might be a little. So you don't have to edit for three days. Got rid of the fucking mike going on right now because we had the same problem we had like. We have really trashy. Mike's right and then we have them on my table so i we. There was so low so we had to let go down in that and then we move a little bit or it was way accident. We kicked the table. When you hear that she was just always kind of mike you have so yeah no feel member. It's not easy to do this. Especially when we don't know what the fuck were doing awesome. Hey man tell me what time show up. And i'm there since we've been guess anything else he said. This is your first time guys that we were actually guests with anybody. Does a few weird ship a being on the other side driving the show. I i mean the first part was like tammy to their location. We don't even have either way. We had to throw out like he's saying for not having to worry about us bring equipment and having to worry about like to kind of get to. i always ask them casal. Gimme some broad run. Dharma quicken or meeting. We can just do a little bit of research research. Can for ezekiel kennedy's. We can talk about..

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"six feet" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"six feet" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

"Their mics cut in and out lived tells the iconic's no one starts a riot better than us. So Billy and Peyton do their iconic bullshit and Kevin Owens says, can we get more technical difficulties for their Mike's Place sounds great and civilian Peyton both take turns slapping him and Owens ass live in Ruby, you know little help please and they knock him out of the ring. So we got a tag team match with Kevin Owens on commentary and live rolls up Billy. K for them for the wind, you know home roll up and then Billy and Peyton attack live after the match, but Ruby Ruby saves their living Ruby do a move together on Billy and then they leave together. So they're back. And who cares they're going to beat the economy X then the economy will beat them. Then they'll beat The Economist again and then be new no no no home. No tag team know just new tag team. No, no, no, not even that no backstage. Charlie crusoe's reporting on some boxes down that fell over. Charlie hi, Charlotte grew so I'm here at some boxes fell over and she says there are rumors that these boxes falling over our no accident. You may goes didn't do it. Yeah, they didn't just spontaneously combust on their own and then MVP walks up and he's like you're reporting on boxes. What the hell is this shit off like he's saying what everyone watching is thinking? Yeah. What the hell is going on? It's just a stupid box with some shit in it. Yeah, how was that newsworthy? So then Caruso tells MVP that Apollo Crews has accepted his challenge for SummerSlam and Thursday Benjamin walks up and tells them VP. Someone stole my 24/7 championship. And for a minute I was like, maybe that's what she is doing here. Maybe yeah destroying the 21st seven Rapids, please. Don't worry. I have it and I'm gonna piss all over it right. I was waiting for like Charly Caruso to be like, I'm here with some boxes at fell over boxes. Why did you fall over dead were going to put the mic on them and see what happens and then I will stay here all night in case some more boxes fall over. Yeah. I will get to the bottom of this amazing story. Yeah. So next we have a Drew McIntyre in-ring promo. He says I should have seen that are KO coming but lesson learned that'll never happen again, and he cuts a similar promo to Edge saying Orton was handed everything off. Doesn't really want to be here. So the Norton comes out with Ric Flair and says I don't need the money. I I enjoy hitting RKOs and punt kicking people in the head and then right and then Drew says I admitted that I deserved to be fired but you deserve to be fired way more times than me and or ten degrees, you're right. I should have been fired over and over again. I should have took multiple times, but I wasn't fired you were fired. You want to know why because I am more valuable to this company than you ever were or ever will be. I have been given a chance after chance second chance. Is there a chance is four or five six, but let's goes on. I have been given those chances Drew because I and the chosen one then off now and forever. I love that line. I mean, he's not lying that's true. But I mean to use the beginning of the show. Yeah. That was really cool. It was great. Yeah, so then Jerome Was Randy you've never helped anyone like the Legends before helped you? I don't see a leader standing before me. I don't see somebody the boys in the bag respect. I see a selfish prick.

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"six feet" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"six feet" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show

"Hey everyone, welcome to another episode of what's wrong with wrestling on Andrew Pizano along with my brother Joe pezzano and Eric's lamilton Hamilton. You know what I was thinking last week before raw. I was thinking man pro wrestling is so eighties right off. We need Pro MMA. Yeah, you know what, I mean scripted and then scripted MMA, you know fights. Yeah that have a real feel. Yeah kind of like wrestling off. Welcome to what's wrong with wrestling underground. Well, yeah, we got the new brick wall background. Yeah, perfect timing. Perfect. I'm clearly we're underground by this brick wall. Yes. We're in a bombed-out. I tell you guys after watching Raw underground. Yeah, right and what they're going to do with this Pro MMA you want to be six feet under know. I mean, feel pretty certain. It won't last too long. Yes, that was one of the greatest things I've ever seen cuz of how bad it was right? I mean it wasn't good. It's so bad get into it. But so bad Dolph Ziggler sure. It's not doing anything ever noticed Viking Raiders and The Hurt Locker hurt Factory. What's-her-name C&C Music Factory. No, let's start with the Positive. We have a new set. Oh, yeah more green screen. This is all real. This is real shred. This is real brick to start punching too hard, but we got we finally got Shawn Michaels permanently on the podcast. Yeah. This was the inspiration for the logo of fifty-year-old defrost Shawn Michaels and DX. Hey, he's forty-six in that picture. Yeah easy. I don't think I was in his contract that he has to creep on me though, right? Yes. Yeah cuz you've been doing that job. So many years. Yeah. Yeah, right and then we got Rusev day up there. Who what's this? I don't know his real name Mero on Twitter. It's got a twitch streamer check that out. And then we have my beloved. Zelina Vega the sign poster that she signed for me in person. And he was great. Yeah, that's down how I remember not at home. That's how I remember it or that's how I created it. That's how I fantasized it. Hold on. on and then this dream, what did she do? I don't want to talk about that again. And I don't wanna in this dream. What did you use to hold the pen to sign it? Nothing nothing. It was her hand on. What are you talking about Derek? Oh boy. Here we go. So yes, but obviously there's a lot of space left on the wall. So send us stuff and what it up there send baby send us bags. No guarantees sure. We'll put a bag of money on there does money and we'll off Money on there. Yeah. All right. So we got six new people who signed up this week on patreon. So we want to thank Rory Kincaid Travis took Kevin Thomas Boris Jacobson, Brian and Justin Rupert. So thank you too though. You know Rupert. Yes off the same thing that Josh has yeah Simpsons. No, no invoice a sore throat. Oh Josh Josh totally. Yes. Hey, he's those that we do not mention on the main on this show. Come on. Yeah. So anyways, thank you to those six people and go to patreon, what's wrong with wrestling for all the we got the Wednesday night War Recaps. We got the paper every recap SummerSlam coming up and XD is coming up and we get the all the brackets. We just did the best woman wrestler of all time bracket. So go check all that out. Nice little couple heated arguments. They're yeah patrons wage. Turn on / what's wrong with wrestling. So Smackdown begins with multiple backstage promos again, but it wasn't nearly as bad as last time. So I didn't grab the three minutes off of that right thank wasn't worth it. Yeah, the first one was fun cuz it was just shity promo after City promo. But then we start things off with a new episode of Firefly Funhouse Bray Hypes. The fiend has a gun and says he wants something that Braun has and until he gets what he wants. None of you are safe. So is it go to a promo? But like where did the puppets go? Why don't we often seen the puppets in a while? Seriously where the puppet they're being punished by the fiend people that work the puppets probably have covid-19. Maybe they weren't behind their yeah, but they're scenes where he's in the shot with them look at it. You don't see his hands were static. Oh my God. Nice. So yeah next step. We got J Styles versus Gran metalik for the IC title. Yeah AJ works on Middle East leg the entire match and ends up making him tap to the calf Crusher and then let's say Dorado checks on metalik after the match but AJ attacks him and gives Dorado a Styles Clash nice so much about him being Transportation, right? Maybe it was clearly. He's he'll yeah clearly or he's the biggest baby face cuz he beat up a house party. I don't know. Yeah, that's true. They could be there's an argument for that. I know love him. He's my man. He's well, he's he's my baby. Yeah, so next step we go backstage where King Kong and kisses short eegee's ass, by the way. Welcome back to the show shorty G. Yeah. He'll spend a while. He kissed a shortage. He's ass and tells them that the king's Ransom is on the table for anyone who wants to prove that riddle doesn't change. Long on Smackdown so we'll get back to that next step. We got a Jeff Hardy in-ring promo. But first we see Jeff backstage as referees and wrestlers wage graduate him for beating Shamus last week right wasn't wasn't for a title know wasn't for anything. Nope to like a great job. Maybe that's all a a guy's yes. All day is like graduations for not drinking a beer that night. Yeah. We try to Bar Charles Robinson was there like he was really happy for him rage. Oh my God, how long long you hung out with Ric Flair? How could he not be for five minutes? And that's all it took for me to be an alcoholic. Yeah true. Yeah. So then back in the ring Jeff's off more of the I'm an alcoholic confessions and he's interrupted by King Corbin who talks shit, but then he's attacked from behind by Drew. Gulak. So and they they they hide this whole thing as what's next for Jeff Hardy. What's next for Jeff Hardy? Wait, so turns out nothing turns out Corbin has a ransom for riddle, but comes out to talk about party who's in attacked by Gulick. Yes. What right sure. Okay. So there's nothing for Jeff Hardy right now. What's the next? Absolutely nothing. So yeah, we got Drew gulak versus Corbin. So is Drew gulak being billed as like the poor man's Daniel Bryan cuz Daniel Saint Peters pretty well. No, I mean recently. They just started hanging out. He's like, oh, this is actually my best friend's husband. Double. This is my new best friend as of last week. Yeah. Hi. I'm Daniel Bryan This is my coach. He's going to teach me how to wrestle what you're going to teach Daniel Bryan had a restaurant. You've probably been wrestling longer than Google X been alive, you know and his defense those who can't do teach, you know, the greatest of all time. They've been horrible coaches in their career. That's pretty good though. Yeah. Yes I'm saying. It's good. It's not great. Okay, perfect to be a commission. So yeah, Matt riddle comes out to distract Corbin and Gulick almost gets a roll up win, but then gorban kicks out and hits.

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