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Russia, China, Iran having a red hot go at US political organisations
"Going to begin with a bit of a a tragedy in media, which is team at Reuters the security team at Reuters, we're onto an absolutely cracking story. That they had to hurry up and publish because they caught wind that Microsoft we're about to ruin their party time But yeah, they had a fantastic exclusive here about Russian efforts to target the. Biden. Campaign. yes. Reuters are reporting attacks against the same Biden. Campaign of this company called A. S., K. K. Knickebocker. who provide services for them they appear to be based on Microsoft's cloud and coming under attack from the Gi you fancy bit crew going up against you know people involved in the political world the Reuters reporting his focused on this particular organization. But Microsoft's the level of visibility across cloud infrastructure does seem to suggest that actually it's a much wider campaign going on for some time against a number of organizations across political spectrum in the US. Yeah. I mean Microsoft really did release a fair bit of information. It looks like at two hundred organizations targeted by Gi you. They also detect I detected a Chinese stipe backed group IPT thirty one. Basically invalidate email addresses and profile targets sort of doing recon work and they squashed a bunch of domains being used by the Iranians. It's. The contrast between now and two thousand sixteen right way. This stuff is absolutely being taken seriously. I've heard some people say, Oh, well, this is evidence that Russia's trying to interfere in the election. It's not I mean that that could be what they're trying to do but we don't really know what they're up to for all. We know they gathering intelligence. Yeah and the reports that we're seeing a marked swift information describes a whole bunch of attempting to gain access. We don't know what access was gained as a result of these attempts and then what it was used for like those kind of obscure to spot the sort of things that Microsoft reporting Eric you know exactly what you would expect. Right Password Password Reuse credential stuffing type things. Fishing all the usual sorts of techniques that as you said in two thousand sixteen. Worked very effectively and now in twenty twenty, twenty, nineteen, you know we are much better equipped that much much better equipped. To be able to those things, and this is one of the advantages of people moving a lot of this stuff into the cloud is we do get this kind of central visibility in a way that we we just went getting when everyone was using. You know you're here and hotmail there now there's a much more concentrated intelligence, available Microsoft and more. Of An understanding of why it's important to talk about the Microsoft price goes for all of the attempts here and how you know how frequently they were doing force attempts against various accounts and whatever, and they said that we using a pool of approximately eleven hundred Ip's the majority associated with the tall and an amazing service which I interpret that to mean. Mean Tour Exit nerds right and of course if you're seeing like. Hundreds of thousands of filed log attempts from tour exit nods you would think maybe that's how they caught this year. That's a little bit of giveaway. You know obviously being able to you know pull of exit cards are and be able to correlate that there's a pretty strong indicator and it's just kinda funny. I guess in a way because you know illustrating the very deal use nature of talk. Yeah, and Microsoft's advice. Here's a little bit confusing because they like here's enlisted five hundred and thirty net blocks that are associated with this activity and I'm like, do you mean for like? Is this the other ones that want? Already knew about. This other we had language in the release about how they separating forcing from poss- would spraying and you can tell like the fact that they've made a distinction between those things is the result of a really intense. Twain. Various people. That's that'd be my guess. But you know it's good that this stuff is being turned up right Yeah absolutely I. It's good. It's being spotted and being communicated, and also the defensive options for people like things like enable factor indication and monitor failed loggins like those are things that you know in twenty six were actually difficult for people and now you modular Microsoft's licensing from for. Know a much more straightforward for people to do, which is I guess an
"stipe" Discussed on The Frame
"Of the up next on the frame a trio of historic film and TV studios just heard one hundred KABC. PODCASTS are supported by Warner Brothers Presenting Joker From Academy Award Nominated Director Co writer and producer. Todd Phillips See Z.. Walking Phoenix's Golden Globe critics choice and screen actors guild winning performance. You're listening to the Oscar nominated score varieties Owen gleiberman named joker the best film film of Two Thousand Nineteen calling it a movie that can and will stand the test of time now nominated for Eleven Academy Awards including Best Picture Best Director and best actor for for your consideration. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Horn when I love. Lucy hit the airwaves way. Back in the early nineteen fifties it. It was the first primetime comedy that was produced before a live studio audience on the West Coast. Now there's a bronze plaque that hangs outside the so called Lucie stage. It's at the sunset. Las Palmas Studio on Santa Monica Boulevard. Las Palmas is one of three lots that make up. What are now known as the sunset studios and they just marked their hundredth birthday and while the studios played a central role in Hollywood's past? They're also going to be a key player. In the industry's future. Once upon a time for brothers bought a piece of dusty farmland on sunset boulevard their last name was warner and the year was nineteen nineteen nineteen. The Brothers Warner built a studio and started making movies. But it wasn't long before they packed up and moved to Burbank and what they left behind were buildings and land that helped start a storytelling boom just from classic. TV hits like the Jeffersons and gunsmoke tomorrow modern fair like jeopardy and Judge Judy. There's only one person here that has attitude a tooth even Ktla's nightly newscasts alive be the first to know the big story as well as the film that would change the town forever. You're the one thousand nine hundred eighty seven movie. The jazz singer wait a minute. Wait a minute wait up on a silver screen Al Jolson saying with a black back face but perhaps even more surprising for the audience was not just what they saw but what they heard for for the first time in forever people watching a movie could listen to. This was Hollywood's first feature length talking film and it was shot at sunset studios. You could feel like the Hollywood gods are and the goddesses. Are there in spirit. That is writer. Norma peace over there and it's just a wonderful experience to get a little bit of an old with like this super-charged new reality. These days she comes to the lot at sunset studios to pitch projects to net flix. Who moved into their new shiny headquarters? Here just two years ago I feel like those turnstiles. The gate to the Creative Heaven Heaven. You know what I mean. It's like you're watching people going in and out and you're going to be one of those people in any second now going up you know to the to the port of creativity to Heaven and you might walk out of there you know what the huge smile on your face. You know that you sold something or you might be getting called back again or thanks but no thanks but still you've gotten your shot which is so cool as a little girl growing up here in southern California. She watched all the TV shows cartoons and and movies that came out of Sunset Studios. Those are the stories are passionate about those stories. I WanNa make when creative talent comes in. They know this history bill. Humphrey is senior vice. President President for sunset studios together the three lots sunset Bronson sunset gower and sunset. Las Palmas have thirty seven. Hi Tek sound stages on grounds on spending more than forty acres the sunset Bronson lot where I'm talking with Humphrey is marked by. KTLA's original nineteen twenty five radio tower proudly standing guard if you walk down the hall year. We're now in the mansion of the Old Warner Brothers headquarters which is now a part of our netflix complex. Down at the end you'll see these three circles in the Ceiling with which was the executive Jack Warner looney tunes bugs. Bunny coming through the three circles. He looked up. Because let's use that as a symbol looney tunes so that became the love at became the mansion. This was the original Warner Brothers headquarters and and Jack Warner's brother supposedly didn't like you so much so this is about of length of football field so they had on either end so they never interact together but he's still made movies also back then. They were the first company that bring radio to the West Coast continued innovations as Humphrey means keeping up with changing needs. That usually means plenty of space for people to work. Thinking can create. New Buildings have already gone up here for technicolor and Netflix and another creative tower is set to open next year. The goal is to bring different production departments closer oh so together to actual production facilities. I was called sort of the media tech intersection technology. People and media people in creative people all can work together toward this goal of creating great product for global distribution very rapidly but this fast factory model does have its critics. I'd prefer diverse media environment. Emerson College Professor Presser. Jane Shattuck is currently writing a book about net flicks. There is fear in global theory that we are turning out this American product. But it's only American aircon it's This kind of generalize global product That were you know. This kind of people can have a Nike apartment. You I know why the neighbor but in the end who are we to judge how these next hundred years should play out for sunset studios perhaps no one really should. That is unless you are appalled to enter the courtroom up Judge Judith. Shetland for the frame I'm Marcos no hitter it and before we sign off in case you missed it. The screen actors guild gave out awards a couple of nights ago the jokers Joaquin Phoenix one. One per male lead actor and Renee Zellweger took home the lead actress trophy for Judy. We've that's her portrayal of the great but troubled singer. Judy Garland both are expected to win. At are the front runners for the Academy Awards. And that'll do it for today. I'm John Horn. Thanks for listening. We're back here tomorrow at the Broadcast Center..
"stipe" Discussed on The Frame
"Coming up on the frame. Michael Stipe walked away from music when his band. Rem folded up. Now he's back with with some solo work that's next on the frame. KPCC PODCASTS are supported by twentieth century. Fox presenting Ford Versus Ferrari directed by James Mangold and starring Matt Damon and Christian. Bale Ford versus Ferrari was named best film of the Year by Kenneth Durant The Los Angeles Times and now nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Picture. KPCC PODCASTS are supported by Warner brothers. You're listening to the Oscar nominated score from Joker Todd Phillips's oscar-nominated vision of a man struggling in a world without empathy varieties. He's owned gleiberman named joker the best film of Two Thousand Nineteen calling it a movie that can and will stand the test of time. Walking Phoenix mesmerizes. In the performance of the year here now nominated for Eleven Academy Awards and eleven BAFTA awards including best picture director. Todd Phillips and actor Joaquin Phoenix. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Horn for more than three. Decades Michael Stipe was the lead singer of Rem. The ban made fifteen albums before splitting up up in two thousand eleven after that stipe largely retreated from music but recently he got back into the studio and he's just released a couple of singles it's his first solo works since rem and each comes with a beautiful music video. When I recently he was back on the campus of the University of Georgia in Athens? It's where he studied photography not music so before we got to his new music. We started with at my interest in photography actually predates. I'm moving to Athens Georgia and going going to college. I started when I was fourteen. Which means that photography was my first love before music and something that I thought was a I don't know it's a it's a a tool or a medium through which I felt like I could express myself pretty well. I know now I didn't know then but I know now that I have a somewhat unique week way of looking at things and the world and people in making connections at that other people don't necessarily make and so I'm able to implement that into the work that I a two as a as a visual artist. My my my schooling here at the university had several professors who really innovative in a- and an incredibly inspiring on to the students including me and I'm actually friends with several of them still so It it it meant a lot to be able a to immerse myself into The Arts community here in the late seventies early eighties and I think that had a big impact on the artisan and I and Song Songwriter. Lyricist and I became. Do you think there are things that you can say as an artist and a photograph that you can't say as a singer in a song of To me the the mediums are are similar. I when I when I hear music good music or great music. I see things and and then if I'm participating in in that piece of music my job is to try to flush out and give it narrative if amusing axon Jackson and words or my boys so there's more overlap for me between the two then there is the disparity or distance. I WANNA play a song from a number of years ago from a performance actually with the BBC in two thousand three.
"stipe" Discussed on The Frame
"Eli for more than three decades. He was the lead singer of Ari the They made fifteen albums together and then they split up in twenty eleven after that stipe showed up occasionally like an Elf on a shelf. Delve on Stephen Colbert old comedy central. Show I have acquired so many meaningful keepsakes leftover Vaca Products Pints of American dream. And my one of kind Michael Stipe. Who has been sitting on my shelf over there for three years but someone does me? Hey that's you and the corner me in the spotlight. Read your contract. Recently Stipe got back into a music studio and he celebrated a big birthday happy. Belated Birthday. Thank you I'm sixty years old now. I see it on the horizon for myself. I'm a nineteen sixty kid myself. There you go well. It's not so scary. I have to say it's a little less frightening than fifty. That's good to hear. Stipe recently released two singles his his first solo work since REM and each song comes with a beautiful music video music As as big of an impact and as much as as big of a part is it has played in my in my in my past my history music creates a wall between me and the rest of the world. Because I think I'm a bit of a control freak and when I work on something I want it to to be really not just good. It's GonNa be great or it doesn't go out into the public and I was that way with rem for thirty two years that's heavy carrying So so when are in disbanded. I needed to take a break. I needed to not think about music for a while and It kind of crept back in. And then I found myself working with this group of people that empathetic in particular any La- Monster singer-songwriter engineer and producer. And who's a great friend. We we started writing on synthesizer and I'm not a musician I played classical piano as a child and played accordion as a as a third grader. But but I don't know how to play any instrument and yet How to compose and how to put music together in a way? That's that's arresting and An inspired is something that I've been surrounded by my whole life and so anyway it was a grand experiment. Can I compose. Can I write my own music. And it turns out him. I'm I'm not bad at it. I would have play the song that you did with Andy La- master this is called capricious soul.
REM's Michael Stipe Is Back
"For more than three decades. He was the lead singer of Ari the They made fifteen albums together and then they split up in twenty eleven after that stipe showed up occasionally like an Elf on a shelf. Delve on Stephen Colbert old comedy central. Show I have acquired so many meaningful keepsakes leftover Vaca Products Pints of American dream. And my one of kind Michael Stipe. Who has been sitting on my shelf over there for three years but someone does me? Hey that's you and the corner me in the spotlight. Read your contract. Recently Stipe got back into a music studio and he celebrated a big birthday happy. Belated Birthday. Thank you I'm sixty years old now. I see it on the horizon for myself. I'm a nineteen sixty kid myself. There you go well. It's not so scary. I have to say it's a little less frightening than fifty. That's good to hear. Stipe recently released two singles his his first solo work since REM and each song comes with a beautiful music video music As as big of an impact and as much as as big of a part is it has played in my in my in my past my history music creates a wall between me and the rest of the world. Because I think I'm a bit of a control freak and when I work on something I want it to to be really not just good. It's GonNa be great or it doesn't go out into the public and I was that way with rem for thirty two years that's heavy carrying So so when are in disbanded. I needed to take a break. I needed to not think about music for a while and It kind of crept back in. And then I found myself working with this group of people that empathetic in particular any La- Monster singer-songwriter engineer and producer. And who's a great friend. We we started writing on synthesizer and I'm not a musician I played classical piano as a child and played accordion as a as a third grader. But but I don't know how to play any instrument and yet How to compose and how to put music together in a way? That's that's arresting and An inspired is something that I've been surrounded by my whole life and so anyway it was a grand experiment. Can I compose. Can I write my own music. And it turns out him. I'm I'm not bad at it.
"stipe" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"You guys follow one f. c. at all. I believe they're called. I believe they're called one championship now one f c. I was just num one and i used to get up at like three in the morning. They were fighting at a singapore bit. Aspirin was headlining a show. I'd find a feat online. Come out about three in the morning so now they're coming. Let me to north america and i can tell you from their athletes. They're great from their production outstanding but they are coming in with a very hard traditional additional mixed martial arts stance which i believe culturally and geographically i believe that they're very on point in parts of the world as they're trying to break into north america and they want to talk about the honor of martial arts and they want to talk about the history and most most importantly they don't want the trash talk. They don't like it and they don't even want it there steering away from it. I want them to do well. I don't predict that they won't wrote but i would imagine they're going to have a hard time telling stories here. There may be in parts of the world and i trust this to be true because they're arenas are sold out when i was watching ben at three a._m. Boy there was ten thousand people at a ten thousand seat arena in some parts of the world largely because of of supply and demand of fight. You can get away with punching and kicking. I can recall times right here. In north america where you could get away with the punching and kicking the first one to ever say anything a little tiny bit off color was tank abbott and it was shocking news when he did it the second and third one to ever say anything. A little off color was tank abbott and it was shocking news when he did it. It was a ton of fun and it moved the needle and people talked about but there was only five shows a year then it grew it got to where there was six events a year and then in pride started with a presence and they were doing three shows a year now all of a sudden. You're getting nine shows. A year wall was fight fans. We're spoiled but you still didn't need the storylines. The lines you just in it you set up that ring and you let a basically anything goes. People are going to tune in to watch. There's just something to see their absolutely. There is in north america arcade stiffer so i trust in asia. They're getting away with how having a storyline trash talk. If they're getting away with it i trust. They don't have a whole bunch of competitors over there. They must be dominating leading the television space. They must be one of the only shows. I don't even know but the only way that that recipe works is supply and demand. If your supply is low oh enough you can kind of control the product you put out look north america. It's not like that. It's extremely competitive. We must have a story line. We must without drama. There is not business. Punches and kicks are not enough anymore because we just get too much of them. Ballatore putting on is at twenty six shows this year. That's every every other week. In a fifty two calendar year you have see is putting on fifty three shows in fifty two week calendar year. I don't know what week they put on shows. Two shows on one week but somewhere are they. Did it point that i'm offering for you..
"stipe" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"He's corrected things things but now he's talking about it. We will see some of these athletes. I'm gonna talk fighters. It's actually kind of spread across the board of athletes hollywood is a terrible place to grow up as a child and you wonder why they turn into knuckleheads but a lot of it is just as simple as what rosie o'donnell said that was a high that high is now gone. I need something to fill the void void. What i'm trying to say is if you look at some of the other guys. It's called marking out for your own gimmick when you come out and you tell the world you're the greatest ever the the first time that you say you will feel very awkward about it. Believe me and you're expecting the person that you said it to to laugh at you and maybe they did or maybe they did it but the second time you you say that gets easier and the third time you come out and claim your the greatest to ever done it. You'll start to believe in a hell of a lot more than you did the first two times by the time you've said it a hundred times it's now how easy you now believe it and you've also created a whole bunch of other people around you who also believe in and when they all start saying the same thing and feeding the same narrative that you had it just becomes your reality politi but you only get to perform two to three times a year. So what do you do in between we sat. John jones is up right now. He's gotta go to some bench trial waitress at a strip club saying the he choked her conor mcgregor video just surfaced. He smacked some old guy in a bar by smacked him. He took a closed fist and punch right in the face upset about whatever was upset about about but they begin acting out. You begin seeing these things because they negative attention is better than no attention and you will see. I'm talking about criminal acts right here guys. You've seen it all the way down in school. Don't you remember that kid in class. You'd be out somewhere. He put a whole sandwich in his mouth. At lunchtime. He put the whole sandwich in and gross all the girls out where he put a whole pancake in his mouth that will hold waffle into his remember. Those guys didn't get a negative reaction from the girl but had they not done that. They get no reaction at all. They would just just preferring negative reaction to no reaction. It's as simple as that good batter in different. I'm just pointing out the level of psychology there in the road and the story and the journey never ends well never daniel cormet had those same opportunities he was tempted with those same exact things any fell into the temptation like everybody else except for him where he chose as his outlet as his way of getting his hair down was to go to local high school and to give back to the community he also had spare time he also had extra energy. He also had a few dollars that he wanted to spend somewhere and he did at a local high school. School has their head wrestling coach giving back to the community so i think that he has to offer an apartment because understand you see what i'm trying. I'm trying trying to say here. There's just a significant difference. There's one path that's the right. Path is one path wrong path. Everybody makes mistakes. You walk on both of them at times but you would hope that by the time a guy is an adult that is only the right path into daniel's credit. That's the one he found. Football is back and sports action in in august. Just keeps getting better between the n._f._l. And then you have see in the playoff race in major league baseball. It's all happening and there's no better time to try your luck on on the odds this week in the n._f._l. The ravens versus the eagles. It's the packers taken on the raiders is the texans versus the cowboys and the seahawks going up against the chargers..
"stipe" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"But he's pretty good at getting headline so take less than off the board the divisions in a little bit of a mess whoever daniel cormie didn't clean out steep <unk> steep a did so before you say francis and gado should fight steeping. I hear you on that but then you already fought. It wasn't very competitive. You do have plenty of room to say. I francis learn from that fight in france better. I will take my hat to that argument. I'm fully with you but if you're going to do a rematch would you rather remain rach rather rematch francis gano or would you rather rematch and i'm speaking purely two dollars here. Gotta make dollars to make sense to apprise fire fire or would you rather rematch daniel cormie who you just beat who is a true trilogy fight who the fans really wanted to see where there is something very special there oh and by the way it would send off. It's very relevant and it's very intriguing and i think if you're going to do that and you're going to rematch <unk> somebody and you're in a division that is in peril right now. I think it's pretty obvious that you fight you work for is daniel versus teammate now the reason i can't work john jones into that but i think the perhaps it would be fair. John jones doesn't have heat with steep a john. Jones has heat with daniel daniel cormac so john jones coming up. The heavy was never really as much of a demand as john. Joe needs to come to heavyweight because that's where daniel is john. Jones on the other hand has said why he doesn't want to go to heavyweight which is he doesn't weigh that much. He weighs two hundred twenty pounds two hundred nineteen pounds. He's just a perfect tool five pounds. That's a fair argument by the dum dum john jones. He's making even a broken. Clock is right twice a day. John junkin have a good point every now and then but it is relevant to go back to sleep as weight that he's only two thirty. John jones will give less way to give steeper than st pay gave up twice now against daniel. That's they way the same. One guy is twenty and one guy is too. That's the same same thing exact same way so there could be some opportunity there. There's just not a demand for that fight finally john out of that goes steep versus dc again part three and we do it at the end of this year. Now you move down to two hundred five pounds. Look johnson a bit of a tight spot. He didn't used to be when john came into this. One became the youngest champion ever there was all these these guys around that were known as legends and legends really manage. They were older more established name and they had been champion at some point. That's all that it meant. There was a whole bunch of him around so he was able to do it. Credible business one after the next now once you go through that what's the other side the well you gotta rebuild a little bit. He went through gus great fight. I'm talking about from a business standpoint decent not going to happen right now. He's in a bit of a tough spot corey. Anderson is is raising his hand. I think that that that needs to be celebrated in some level. We can't just look over corey anderson. He's a willing participant a tough guy to prove what a tough guy is willing to go. Take on johnnie walker at m._s._g. Later later the shared johnnie walker is a good solid name..
"stipe" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"What's happening. Guys happy friday and thank you for joining another special episode of your welcome soap. I spoke chris deep amyotrophic. I wanna play that discussion and then i want to break it down for you guys. Let's play steve bay. I accept no responsibility for this. There is no way to know that ohio is on the east coast. We send your nice guy. Why i'm doing this to your great guy. Thank ski bunny. Hey i gotta tell you let me get right into first off. Congratulations are in order second off a happy. Birthday is an order so let me start with that means a lot. Thank appreciate that all right steve. I saw the movie. I bought a ticket. I watched the whole thing but there's a couple of things i can't connect the dots so please allow me as a fan. Let me start at the beginning. You came in at two hundred and thirty pounds. Why was that a strategy or is that just what you ways where wave on honestly i my wife. Was i feeding me out leading good evening. Good eating a ton of food. I was drinking the tunnel. I was doing the right things and just just lost. The late. Honestly wasn't like trying to just. I couldn't keep <music> honestly and it was really summer too. I'll definitely sweating a lot more than i usually do one of the things that was most impressive. Well let me stay on the wait just for a second stay because there's it's actually something that just came out yesterday came out from the california commission about you showing a lot of people don't know but in california you have to weigh in the day that you show up as well you can't tale that way in but they still take note of that way and it appeared that daniel cormie cut some weight to come to your way in because he had gained eight pounds overnight which heavyweights they usually don't do how does the same thing so. He can only thirteen or fourteen thousand from the day after okay so we get through the way the very first round now. I have to imagine that anything that could go wrong did go wrong as far as you playing the fight through in your head for the last year my terrible definitely so how. How did you stop yourself from being frustrated. When i saw you get picked up and taken down held down to the bottom okay steep is going to get up. He's going to be exhausted. This fight is going to be different and it's against st pay but somehow you regrouped yeah and then i i the best coaches in the world. Do they put me through hell so it wasn't for them. I wouldn't be where i'm at today. Honestly a aw whether the storm and it's it's a five five is not just not five minutes is twenty five minutes okay and what about when you gotta take down of your own over daniel. That must have been a bit of the confidence boost. Oh definitely was yeah definitely was i. It was just tough man you know at that point revolt use real sway so it's hard to hold on to them than you know him a little bit and then he got up.
"stipe" Discussed on Movie Crush
"I think it's the asylum that just makes like. They'll take a dumb hit b movie like shark NATO mental. Turn it into like, ULA cane or something like they'll just do require to this. And it's a company called the asylum. And they do what what are called mach Buster's. So when transformers, you know, was was a thing. Yeah. They would make a really cheap version of transformers and call it like car changers. Right. They sell them to like foreign tourists. I I don't know. I don't know what their market is. I don't know. But this has been going on. I mean forever. You did you ever work in a video store? Yeah. So you remember looking at. All these titles, these Directa video and even not so direct to video tiles. I'm like who is who is this who is kickboxer five four. I don't think we had a lot of that stuff. It was it was a pretty, but I would I thought yours in at Yale would be the same though. I mean mine was a pretty like highbrow fartsy your store vision video. It was for the movie lovers in town. Michael Stipe win in there that wow. Yeah. That's how we roll an ethics. She ever, right. Did you what did you rent to Michael Stipe? I never ended anything to him. Oh, but he did that we had flicker film festival which was like, a monthly local film exhibition for local filmmakers flicker films on a screen, and he would go to flicker, and I went to flicker, and he tried to buy the flicker shirt off my back because I got the last one oh about and put it on. And he came up in he mumbled at me that he wanted to buy that from me. And did you sell it to them? Now. I didn't well I felt bad, but that's wrong to feel bad at some point. You're going to be in a room with Michael Stipe? Again, I've tried to get him on here while you know, why he's not coming on. Because I didn't tell them you're murdering people and hanging them on hooks into is like that, dude. Yeah. Totally took that last shirt didn't sell it to me, Michael Stipe. He wouldn't although one night. What was he offering an exchange, some vegan, bacon or something? It was it was money. Cash. That's fair. Yeah. Hey movie Crushers with access to tens of thousands of channels, apps and Alexa, skills. Amazon fire TV brings all the live TV and streaming content..
"stipe" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Future. Faded out a little early. No, they they went through the chorus. Yeah, what do we think it's a nice, farewell. Mandolins kind of a nice touch. Oh, Mandy came and you gave without take. And was he singing about a mandolin? Yeah. Oh. By religion. This is one that grew on me at DRO or not a show or the very last time I listened to the record. It was one I did not like, yeah, and I was very skip -able. And then the last time I listen to the regular like I like this course is good, lay really? Yeah. And that helped me off to sleep spooky and yeah. Lucifer come. Take my soul about. What if they revealed on their vinyl album that they're all of their songs are about Satan or about Satan and well, I think I'm not positive. This is the Michael Stipe sculptures. But he, I think he put a sculpture in Athens of like a deer headed, like satanic looking figure with a bunch of animals like editor. Like that? Yeah. If we're all in New York at the same time while I wouldn't happening, we gotta go to that Michael steak again. Okay. What do you think of that one? All the the lyrical theme of this album seems to have a lot in common with find the river little less death century, but it's all kind of like saying goodbye and giving some last words of advice, which always reminds me of find the river a lot. And this one seems the feel in the atmosphere is a lot. Yeah. And a lot of talk about heroes on the album. John Jovi. Jon Bon Jovi obviously had an influence. He mentioned heroes a few times. I don't know if he's talking about like. Where not that and now we're leaving or I don't know about his own personal here. Yeah, yeah. Maybe speaking of which this is the last song on the Elbe. Sort of duet with one of his personal heroes. And I would imagine friends because we saw them John together at the party after you to this is blue featuring Patti Smith also written by Patti Smith. Here we go. That train. Really Jones inva- riding the rails. Stream. Make. Timely dates. Cracks..
"stipe" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Micheal stipend play. I wanted to mention it like thirty seconds ago and you wanted to hold it till now. I thought that you were. I thought you were talking about the other thing. Oh, no, no, I was just gonna say he. Oh, okay. I thought you were talking about the other thing that he did during the show. We'll talk about that in this. Okay. So Michael lead singer of RAM? Yeah. Is there watching the show or we assume he must be because he dedicates Lucas? Yeah, a song to him. Than anything. He dedicates its Michael Stipe. So we're like, oh, he must be at the show, right. I wonder if he'll be at the after part and we had just talked about REM for like ten minutes with these guys. I don't know if they knew that Michael Sipe end was gonna come to the show that I don't know. But we were like, I wonder if this dude is going to be at the party. And so can we talk to him and try to get him on the show? Right? So we go to the party and we're talking to Steve Laura's co worker for a while, and I'm like, is Phoebe here because I knew because we will had watched the whole show with Phoebe, and I'm looking around for Phoebe. So I turn the corner looking for Phoebe. I'm going towards sort of the back of the party and there is Michael Stipe himself sitting there at a table with Patti Smith. Yeah, and they're just chatting on our way. And we that you're saying like when they're doing by they're sort of in the back, we had to make a full circle of the party like from the entrance. Since all the way around the, the big sort of circle there there in the back. They're just outta table chilling, but there's a ton of people around. So we're like, yeah, Michael Stipe is here. So I see Phoebe, and I'm like, okay, Phoebe, the very back over past Michael Stipe I gotta go get at them. Yeah. So I go get you and we go back over by Phoebe, and we're talking Phoebe. And I notice just behind Phoebe at at, like basically in a booth at this place is a group of people, and I'm just we're chatting with Phoebe. And I, I look over and I notice there's been no boasts. Just sitting at the table, just chatting with these people, and I'm like, oh, okay. Here is all right. And so then bonobos stands up and seizes talking about and he knows Phoebe, you know, from stuff. And and so I guess he's putting together that we know Phoebe. Yup. And he comes over and just. In the very first thing is this is what I thought you were going to bring up is he says to us, did you hear it? Yeah, he goes, I I called you guys out during love is bigger than anything in its way. I gave you guys a shout out during that, and we're like, what. I still don't know whether me neither. It's real me neither because Loris later she's like, well, hopefully someone in the audience took a video of it or something. I I, oh, I d I was paying attention, but yeah, but there was that guy shouting behind us the entire the entire show. Apparently he was. He said, Scott and Scott, I don't know, but it was amazing. Like, did you hear what you can? We were like, we didn't hear so crazy. Cool..
Daniel Cormier knocks out Stipe Miocic for heavyweight title
"Espn radio sportscenter i'm doug brown there are some good news items to report from thailand today where twelve young soccer players and their coach have been trapped for more than two weeks four those voice have now been rescued eighteen divers are helping with the painstaking rescue operation which will continue on monday daniel cormier is now the ufc heavyweight and light heavyweight champion he won the heavyweight title with a first round knockout of steep amyot such last night in las vegas after the fight cormier was challenged by former champ brock leads ner ufc president dana white on cormie as win and what comes next what this does is finally gives him the respect that he deserves and you know he's a two division champion and now he's got a big fight ahead of them you know big big big payday and it couldn't happen to a better guy he's an incredible ambassador for the sport i sat a long time ago i told daniel if you're if you're my champion for the rest of my career i'm i'll be very happy man white says the cormier listener fight will happen eventually espn's adrian wars yanovsky reports the magic get jerry and grant and timofey mas gov in a three team trade with the hornets and the bulls charlotte gets biz mackey beyond biondo chicago gets julian stone as expected devon booker will stay with the suns he signs a five year one hundred fifty eight million dollar max contract extension racing sebastian metal wins the british grand prix and extends his championship points lead to eight over lewis hamilton who finished second today camp leads the los angeles.
"stipe" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"I don't i this we're entering stretch of albums that i have no connection yeah that i don't know anything adventures being the first you adventures being like i at least listened to several of the songs off monster several of the songs off out of time several of the songs off automatic but these are albums that i know anything about so very excited to listen to this record because very pleasantly surprised by new adventures in hi fi how much i liked a lot of the songs similarly long to new adventures this album is sixty four and a half minutes long or teen songs fourteen songs so but going into it i'm excited because that was similar to hi fi and i figured this lake a few minutes shorter than yeah i believe hifis the longest album so it's like somewhere around yeah okay all right so this is the first real evidence we have of as they call it the three legged dog yep which comes from a quote i believe michael stipe said where it's like even if you cut off one of or or a dog has one of its legs amputated it's still a dog and it needs to learn to walk again yes this is the first evidence we have of the three legged dog now known as rem this is the first song on the album this airport man airport airport.
"stipe" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"And i trying to think of other done henley things he could pick up but i don't know enough deng done and lee songs other than dirty laundry that would be fucking us if he had backup dancers who are like carrying burlap sacks thirty laundry and then they just poured them out in unison everyone's just like i guess we're supposed to oppose isn't it weird that done hanley was the big closer for that show especially ninety three ish a little strange here's one before we take a break one last thing i wanted to bring up in our catches catch can section of the show sharpeyed listener sharp your listeners sent this to me this is a news piece in the late seventies about the movie rocky horror that michael stipe dressed as one of the characters in rocky horror is interviewed for this news piece before he's famous at all so i just wanna play a little of the audio you gotta look it up on youtube instead of excellent movie it really is we're all quite normal really if you had to prove that how would you go about doing it the moon a spur of the moment he's wearing course it's and a leather jacket over afternoon trust in our little keishi pig shirts bluejeans bed be normal that'd be i guess for the normal saint louis when they entered the theater a lot of people had to go through their rocky horror picture show phase i did did you i went once to the show and you were like yeah good enough for me.
Washington Capitals' Tom Wilson won't be suspended for hit
"Yeah the puck can never been in the net so we're good honestly on that one science will back up that was not a goal that was a great call by the presence of mind to to use the pair lacks fact in the mid oh of game that's you can't read that stuff and then so as caps fan i know a lot of people out there saying tom wilson is maybe the biggest comeback in the world taking headshots dirty play he deserves to be suspended he's an asshole but is a cast fan i'm not saying that i'm saying clean hit i think it was pretty clean hit two so he was skating behind the guy right it was do most do most into the show so if you're listening to this well he's probably not because probably in a cellar so you're gonna say yourself in mike leeches equipment shea but so do skating and then wilson was behind him and do just hit the brakes and almost through his head into wilson shores yup so actually jim hilty on dr yeah i if i'm through your head around like right if i'm the player safety representative i'm looking at maybe suspending for game i'd agree all right so we cleared that up feels good i mean yeah ray more at home for four to one i didn't also skated boys shot him we out hit him i didn't realize 'til today to that we have home ice some ex thursday even more painful sucks because we you know we lost homeice.
"stipe" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"That's awesome michael stipe so you when do you want to talk about about and i did a insane thing and i you chugged yeah that's the first thing i do before i see any movies i real feel like we're switched personalities this episode really yeah you feel like i'm extremely wellversed in film and i feel like i'm just a jokes and like outta left field i'd like we've kind of been stuck in some jason bateman movie where we switched bodies to be fair you've had very little sleep okay i know i'm sorry no it's fine i loving this personnel as like it's like alien love song i just made it was ice on like this is like anthony uncut this is like anthony going while of cox oh my parents listen to this sorry mr mrs montana deer hey tony my boss listens to this i'm wearing your to go sox took a little snap i'm going to send it to anthony villa grew good they do good thank you i saw gemin and i thought i saw it it must have been friday i was like we did something and they were hanging out at i forget i forget but i had to drive all the way to hollywood oh you pull thing because if the only nightside at like eleven twenty five at night i i was like i think we watch them i think why place the night before then we what vanda pump something as monday auden anyway we don't we don't wait a whole week to watch an episode of vander pump.
"stipe" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And you cease he's the leery o'connor shell there are a couple of others torpey suppose you know look it's it's one day a year couldn't you turn the politics the progressives live and breathe politics miserable politics it wasn't even like fun like oh we just sit around and we make fun of politicians no it is everything is it i call it michael stipe disease michael stipe is the lead singer of i guess former lead singer of of rem rem has now defunct although if they weren't i don't think anybody would notice and if you've ever seen michael stipe interviewed he always looks like somebody just beat up and murdered his dog he always how can you have any fun in life when you know that somebody somewhere out there is is suffering and he's got you know what one would assume looking in on it nobody knows it goes on and somebody's head what in pretty good life he plays music for a living he hasn't done that for some time but he's got enough money and get mailbox money just shows up at the mailbox big fat cheque it doesn't really have the the worries of i got to pay my bills that normal human beings half but he's afflicted he's patient zero when it comes to michael stipe disease and therefore he's just miserable all the time enter a new entrant apparently it's it's spreading a guy named robert strong seems on christmas restrung must not have very nice family or any family whatsoever and doesn't sound like he really deserves a family 'cause the stories about him i'll just read it to you this is from reuters a man claiming to be the person who delivered a gift wrapped package of horsemanure at the los angeles home of us treasury secretary steve mnuchin said on monday he did it to protest the federal tax overhaul signed into law last week by president donald trump now get this disconnect there because de mnuchin while he did advocate on behalf of the tax overall he didn't have a vote he didn't have.
"stipe" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"So some onepercenters are more equal than other onepercenters which is kind of weird so when these people who think that everything is political and everything must be it's about i call it michael stipe disease are michael stipe is a lead singer of rem and if you ever seen it in interview with michael stipe ab there are a couple i don't want to say every one of them but every interview i've ever seen of michael stipe he looks like somebody just told him that his dog died and he comes across like somebody just told him that his dog died and he has this mentality when he talks about politics with some much suffering in the world it's terrible as awful and everybody knows somebody like this where and how how can you have any fund in life when somebody out there somewhere in the planet a suffering i don't see why we should go see a comedic movie when i know that there's starvation in africa like okay did if you wanna do that if you you want to sit at home and cut yourself and feel better about yourself that way knock yourself out i'm going to go have a couple of drinks with my friends and go see this movie michael stage disease and so the progressive left while they seemed to enjoy themselves a lot more than michael stipe debts does they changed it from the guilt to anger they're not really didn't feel guilty about the money are hoarding isn't true but the way that they talk about economics you'd think that there were hoarding if they applied it to themselves they talk about what everybody else can do and how everything is wrong in this country so when beyond say gets up there to talk about two states suffering at the moment texas and florida from natural disasters she can't just talk about.
"stipe" Discussed on Caught Offside
"What is this and they all troop down the tunnel into the darkness to this to the sombre tones of michael stipe on a i'm like okay nos twenty years since princess diana died tragically in a car crash the next thing they do is they play candle in the wind the elton john version which he sang at her funeral and they played as loud as they can in the stadium i'm like what is going on here a cousin was on an watching espn you have the life feet and so you see maltese players warming up to and it seems to me live effect incredibly probably a lot of english people touching saw yeah so what happens next i'm thinking they should just stop play music now stop play music they've got the torn wrong they've got everything wrong what happens dares pozzi so what just incredible why could merely illegal who is dj ing in that stadium tonight here all over the place so strange it was one of those bizarre international moments where i'm like i don't want the qualifiers ever to end because it just throws up this weird stuff from around the world i am what else do we mentioned argentina drew new with uruguay in montevideo so that was interesting and khanna mall qualifying last night so with that argentina remain currently in that fifth spot uplift spot so uh with peru two points behind them also paraguay uh two points behind argentina geno i didn't get to see the game some not gonna make too much comment on it but i did get to see brazil play ecuador uh brazil won't who knows i mean brazil of long since qualified boss m philippi cotino featuring heavily in that one claiming he is healthy coming off the bat yeah i want to know who his what chiropractor is because he did an amazing job but he's not happy because name are came out after it's too and said he was anguished and in a pained moment for his family and himself o j these are the moments that we are reminded of the differences between pro athletes in us like.
"stipe" Discussed on Bobbycast
"Whenever there brokenhearted or wherever the going through bad tom and i wanna listening thing sad like addis i wanna get them you know i liked tapping into that part of our soul i don't i don't try to run from alight tapping into getting now we're still honest so honest units you've got married him he swore we never port but little by little new it's it's in any lennox in the i think he sing sorrow bitterly by our loved tapin eminent patijn if they singing sorrow the singing sorrow i think a michael stipe you think yahoo michael stipe from rem oh man he was very to think about sorrow singers he better as an interesting concept you with a scientific proof so will man um was the song i'm thinking about mandates um a gas in the movie love actually um when she finds out finally found out that he's that that he's having an affair with the young girl the office in there that song is at under the artist and on all of a sudden on his such as saturate up daido journey mic he'll join mitchell that to sing at all rhode is now that year i mean both size now is the sob incredible lear.