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In Praise of Bitcoin
"Friend of the show. Ben hunt has been on an intellectual journey with bitcoin over the last year really longer. But he's been especially forced to because we're jerks and we talked to him all the time about it on twitter and so he kind of had to be but he's written a new provocative piece called in praise of bitcoin. And rather than give it a bunch of intro. I'm just going to dive in. Thanks ben for allowing us to read this on. Today's show and i'll be back in a few minutes to discuss in praise of bitcoin. One evening a few weeks ago. I was on a zoom call with a bunch of academic think tank and fed economists for a bitcoin discussion. A lot of names. You'd know if you're familiar with those circles. The most famous one being paul krugman. Who by the way. I found to be charming genuinely open-minded and surprisingly humble about the entire enterprise of academic economics. I had been invited to be on the anti bitcoin side of the discussion but they needed have bothered. Because there was no pro- bitcoin side crumlin lead with a simple question. What's the use case for bitcoin. Not a theoretical thing. But in actual use of bitcoin to solve a problem in the real world which led to an hour. Long extremely earnest and altogether unsatisfying conversation about financial transfers out of venezuela trade settlement and securitisation. On the blockchain and taylor swift's ability to control the scalper resale market for her concert tickets. All of which are real things all of which are interesting things off at your good things but none of which are got twenty busy people on zoom call at eight pm thursday night. None of which are bitcoin now. To be fair there were no old school. Bitcoin maximal is on the call or if they were. They were too intimidated to make an austrian economics. Hard money neo go bug. Bitcoin is the inevitable. Global reserve currency argument in front of paul. Krugman lol finally couldn't take it anymore. Is this really why we got on the phone tonight to talk about a novel. Form of digital rights management talk about payment transfers out of authoritarian third world countries. Are these really are questions about bitcoin. Answer of course. Not what got these academic think tank and govern comments on the phone that night was bitcoin. Trading at fifty thousand the question that everyone truly cared about but a question that everyone danced around for the better part of an hour was this. Is there any there there. In the price of bitcoin
Kanye West 'Annoyed' Fans Think Kim Kardashian Initiated Divorce
"Currently wants to be number one, even in his divorce. So Kanye Kanye Oh my gosh. Sources are telling us that he is annoyed at reports that say Kim Kardashian filed first and they're split. And that she's divorcing him. He just responded to the papers, I guess filed by Kim two months ago on this super annoyed that the story is constantly being presented as Her divorcing him and that they're you know, the Kardashian family is a huge spin machine and He's saying that actually, it was him saying for a year that they have nothing in common except for the kids, and he wanted out. And she pulled all the stops to try to save the marriage. Who cares? What's the difference? I just imagine him. Doing the Taylor Swift mike thing, But with this divorcing, hold up one second, Taylor say something. I'm the one who wanted this divorce, right? Totally. Uh, they say that the he let her file first in order to give her dignity. It doesn't matter. The marriage broke down. Also that dignity you're trying to get back now or what, Darl that you know, you have her dignity. Need your dignity, But like you know him. He's like, Yeah, I was a good person. I let her file first, but I kind of wanna announce that I was a good person and I should have filed for so it's kind of like you don't get both right.
'Godzilla vs. Kong' Extends Reign at Box Office
"Big screen monster throw down earned another $7.7 million stateside for a three week domestic gross of 80. Five million, but nearly five times that when you add an international grossest well over $390 million in county don't call 911 the Bob Odenkirk action comedy Nobody still holding second place and weak to of release another 2.5 million there for a total gross of just over 19 million bucks. Taylor Swift, just one up the
Taylor Swift's Re-Recorded Fearless Album Broke Major Country Music Record
"Taylor Swift, celebrating a number one album over the weekend, her third in the past year. The hit Grammy Award winning singer taking the top spot once again with fearless Taylor's version, which is a re recording of her 2008 album. In the past year, Taylor has released folklore evermore and the redone version of Fearless, but she's still not done. She tweeted fans over the weekend and said that she's already in the studio recording her next album. Swift now also becomes the first woman in the 65 year history of the Billboard chart to have three new number one albums in less than 12. Months is my
Why is Taylor Swift Re-Recording Fears
"We're talking with ryan shock it about the federalist released from taylor swift having these songs that are now in the range of like ten to fifteen years old gained new relevance it's like this dose of instant nostalgia but what do you think of the slight additions and changes and guest appearances that she's added to the original versions while i i'm annoyed because i wanna know who is telling taylor swift to cut these songs that she never added it's probably stoppers shadow or like some dumb man because these songs are so fucking good and there could have been hit. I mean feel it has enough. Hits has enough songs that everyone knows by heart but like these songs could have been topping the charts. They could have been at the end of the tv. Shows are the end of grey's anatomy. I know that they were just like telling her no or telling her. Cut this or the worry about saying that. And i'm like she needed people to tell her no put downs while i don't care if it's twenty five song album now like these songs out there. They are too good. I mean the fans have already been listening to them because we were trading them on tumbler years ago. Like we've heard the shitty demos of them like they should've been hq but on the album or at least the world
Taylor Swift’s New “From the Vault” Track “That’s When” Features Keith Urban
"Album released today. Last 13 tunes on Fearless Taylor's version are re recording of Swifts 2008 Studio album now owned by Scooter Bronze Big Machine label. There are new pairings one with Maren Morris, another with Keith Urban. This said, Did you wrong baby? Stick from the vault? Fault. Mr Perfectly fine has fans and even his wife, Sophie Turner, pointing to swift, ex Joe Jonas. Deborah Rodriguez. CBS News, 4
Taylor Swift Drops Rerecorded 'Fearless' Album
"Taylor's re fans have paved the way for her re-release of album fearless to make sure her former label big machine records doesn't get in the way fearless taylor's version drops to day so swift are banding together to make the odi fearless album disappear on spotify. There's a twitter account called taylor swift updates and it has a how to guide to hiding all of the big machine versions of her albums and songs on spotify that will insure that fans automatically only get the rear records. It's actually pretty genius. Posted it on the dirty page at mojo in the morning dot com. In case you're interested in how to. And then taylor will be a special guest on the late show with stephen colbert next to april thirteenth. I'm not sure if she's just being interviewed or if she's also gonna perform she'll be there
"taylor swift" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Well teenage dirtbag. Like i feel taylor. Swift is for. You was a huge part of of my growing up and and apparently they lost the masters. Like it wasn't the labels fault. It wasn't the management's fault. It wasn't the band's fall just no one could find the masters to the song so that when people wanted to license the song. The band actually couldn't do much when they wanted to remix the song. The band couldn't provide the original tapes. So the lead singer went and recorded the song and i wanted to support him he. He liked found all the old instruments they use. And we're trying to figure out. Oh what is that thing. That happens in the bridge and all that stuff but it just didn't sound as good That's disappointing was going to be dealing with the same thing or does she has some sort of super superpower recreation here. I do think that. Taylor has the capability of making these re recordings sound. Just as good. She's become a better singer. She has more control over her voice. She is also someone who has a lot more influence than the taylor swift in the very beginning of her career so she is able to recruit you know whatever artists she wants onto these re recording albums. So all of this is just to say that. I'm afraid taylor. Swift is a much bigger star than we'd us and does shots fired up and she does have the power to make these re recordings work another reason example of someone doing something like this cat. Stevens who re recorded father and son and the great episode of the podcast song exploiter about this re recording in which he kinda sings the song as an older cat stevens to.
"taylor swift" Discussed on Today, Explained
"The bunch of your dad's favorite songwriters have been selling off their songs late. Last year bob dylan sold the rights to more than six hundred of his songs to universal music for an estimated three hundred million dollars shortly after that neil young sold fifty percent of the rights to his thousand plus songs to a british investment firm. Stevie nicks sold up eighty percent of her publishing rights lindsey buckingham when with one hundred percent and just last week. Paul simon sold off his entire catalogue to sony covid has probably expedited the thinking for a lot of these legends. Touring out merchants out. Everyone's sitting at home streaming which has dramatically increased the value of back catalogs instead of dying and having everyone come out of the woodwork to fight over the rights to their music allah prince aretha franklin and tom petty artists are cashing out before they debt. Call it an end of life planning but all the while one of the biggest singer songwriters working in popular music today. Maybe the biggest is doing something very different. Maybe you could. Argue is the artistic peak of her career. Taylor swift is re recording her first six albums and she's doing it because she's in a very different place than the singer. Songwriters of your taylor. Swift doesn't the rights to her first exams but by re recording them and convincing fans to listen to the new versions she can win back the rights to her music. We got there. Surely lee wrote about taylor swift's gambit for the atlantic. She says it's a big deal for two reasons reason one. I think it's important for the business at large because this is something that a lot of musicians and artists when it really attempt to do so if she can really do this re record everything and have it be successful. That's kind of a proof of concept for other popstars to do the same thing to own. Their work fully risen to creatively speaking. It's interesting to see. How an artist terp ritz. Their previous work and for her as someone who's music is die. Ristic is based on her life. It'll be interesting to see how she reinterprets the past taylor. Full disclosure shirley's a fan. They call themselves swift. He's i am now a swifty. And i have been a swifty in the past but i will say that. My swiftness has waxed and waned over the years. She's had a long career. It's true she's only thirty one and she already has nine albums. So let's talk about where the story begins. How does taylor come to want to re record the first six of them. The time line is a little bit blurry here but let's just say.
Sophie Turner REACTS to Taylor Swift's Song Seemingly About Joe Jonas
"So taylor swift's re recorded album fearless. Taylor's version comes out tomorrow. Contains over twenty tracks. There are a few previously unreleased tracks that she re recorded for the album as well one of those she released yesterday. It's called mr perfectly fine which everyone assumed is about joe. Jonas as they had broken up around the time this album was being produced. Joe began trending which is probably quite a surprise to him This little piece of mr perfectly fine always everything that is a classic taylor swift sound solve absolutely really well dug the yeah you. Yes that's because you can't hold on. Oh stop it is well. That's it is. I mean i'm not saying it's not good. It's poppy is good. But that's because she can't hold a note when you taylor swift dax the sound that i think absolutely hate us what you think it sounds like. You can't tell you the best part joe. Jonas is now married to sophie turner. Yeah sophie turner posted the song on her instagram story. And says it's not not a bob. So she then sophie turner played Science sansa stark. In game of thrones so taylor swift riposte that story and says i will forever been the need to the queen of the north so it was like the best interaction on social media. That's really cool. That's very cool.
Taylor Swift surprise releases second 'From the Vault' song, 'Mr. Perfectly Fine'
"Taylor Swift is getting cracked open her musical vault for a surprise release. Perfectly Wednesday, the singer dropped Mr Perfectly fine song, she wrote back in 2008, That'll appear is one of the never before released from the vault tracks on her upcoming re recorded version of Fearless, which is out Friday.
Women steal the show at Grammys
"I believe it's my job. All of our jobs to reflect the times. It has been such a difficult time. Both Beyonce and Taylor. Swift broke records last night. Beyonce for most Grammys, one by female artists, She now has 28 Swift for being the first woman to win album of the year three times. Also meeting last night, Meghan the Stallion, her Fiona Apple. Well here to share
Taylor Swift Wins Album of the Year, Again
"Album of the year, which is Taylor Swift folklore. That made her the first female artist to win album of the year three times more. What did you think about that? When I thought that that was the best candidate out of all of the out of all the album of the year nominees, which were a little weird this year, but I think that's also due to the fact that there's just so much music coming out of the week that I think anyone's going to think picking eight will not drive with their tastes. Those two records, folklore and evermore were very representative her artistic growth. Musically and lyrically and the vagaries of the Grammy Year which for the ceremony ran from September 1st of 2019, which was like 10 years ago to August 60th of last year. Meant that on Lee folklore was nominated, so I wouldn't be surprised if ever more Gotta not next year.
Beyoncé takes home 28th Grammy to become most-honored female artist
"History was made last night at the Grammy Awards more from a B C's TJ Holmes. And explosive night for the biggest stars in music from do Arepa BTS. Harry Styles, one of yours, but the night belonged to the ladies. Billy Islands took home record of the year. But when all fan girl over making the stallion saying she should have won the award, Meghan Girl Was gonna write a speech about how you deserve this. But then I was like there's no way that you did to me, but Megan didn't go home empty handed. Tom Baby, making a stand. Waiting for best rap song, Best rap performance and best new artist. Thank you, Beyonce say for your encouraging words all the time. You sees Taylor Swift return to the Grammy stage, performing a medley of her hits from folklore in a setting seemingly ripped out of an Airbnb, eh? Swift took home album of the year, becoming the first woman to win the award three times way. Just want to thank the fans. You guys met us in this imaginary world that we created and we can't tell you how honored we are forever by this. The Recording academy also took a moment to acknowledge its race problem and valve to do better. We hear the cries for diversity. Please for representation and demands for transparency. And we will stand up for what's right. And her one for song of the year for I can't Breathe, saying she never thought her fear and pain returning to impact. We are the change that we wish to see. And you know that That fight that we had in us. The summer of 2020 keep that same energy and little baby used his powerful performance to make a statement. The White Thistle problem with the whole way of life can change overnight, but we've got to start somewhere, but Beyonce's record breaking black parade winds, but Grammy goes to Beyonc. Perhaps the moment of the night it marked her 28th Grammy Awards, the most for any female artist. I wanted to uplift. Encourage celebrate all of the beautiful black queens and kings that continue to inspire me and inspire the whole world. Thinks is so overwhelming and blue Ivy Carter winning her first Grammy for best music video for Brown Skin Girl. Congratulations. You want a Grammy tonight? So proud of you A B
Beyoncé, Taylor Swift set new records on historic Grammy night for women
"Last night on CBS. She has 28 all time a new record for women. This is so overwhelming. I've been working my whole life since nine years old and I'm I can't believe this happened. Such a magical night. Thank you so much. Taylor Swift one for album of the Year, Billy, I'll ish one for record of the year. Denver is digging
Who run the Grammys? Women. Beyoncé, Swift make history
"Beyonce and Taylor swift both have made their marks on Grammy history I'm marches are loaded with the latest the answer is four wins at the Grammys brought her lifetime total to twenty H. beating Alison Krauss's record of twenty seven Taylor swift became the first woman to win album of the year three times she said during the CBS broadcast folklore one because fans believed in it you guys met us in this imaginary world that we created and we can't tell you how honored we are forever by this time as the other two biggest awards of the night were also won by women make in the stallion won best new artist I can't breathe by her one song of the year
Beyoncé makes history as most decorated female artist of all time at Grammy Awards
"Ever won by a woman. The 28th Award of her career was best R and B song for the Track Black Parade, which is about black history, activism and police brutality. It was released last summer after the police killing of George Floyd Taylor. Swift won best album of the year for folklore, some of which she
Grammy Awards 2021: What to know
"Awards are finally on tonight. The winners will be announced in Los Angeles for a virtual audience. MPR's Montali del Barco reports on some of the nominees. Beyonce won't be performing at the ceremony. But she does have the most nominations nine, including record of the year and Song of the Year Black Parade, which she released during last summer's Black Lives matter, Protests Way. We got prime time at the Grammys. Beyonce is competing with Taylor Swift, who's Folklore is favored to win album of the year when you are Young, they assume Yin nothing. Both Dua Lipa and Roddy Rich also have six Grammy nominations. Mandali del Barco NPR news. ST Patrick's Day is back on in the city of
Taylor Swift Spills Secret About Grammy Performance
"Swift Easter, upcoming Grammy performance on Sunday night. Saying she's reuniting with the team who helped to make her album. Folklore cannot wait with tweeted that her performance includes her collaborators Aaron Destin ER and Jack Antonoff. Swift is nominated for six awards at the Grammys, including best album and Best pop vocal album for Folklore. The Grammys Air this Sunday night on CBS. To me, That is the most important reason to be watching
Who Will Be Performing at the Grammys 2021?
"Be appearing? Do we know Yeah. One or two names that will try to fill the massive void that it will be left by the weekend. Not being there. People like Taylor Swift. People like Billy, I'll ish, uh, do a leap a post Malone. Coldplay's Chris Martin are all slated to perform. There was that thing going on on Twitter this week regarding Bruno Mars, where he said on Twitter that he's got a new band and would love to appear on the Grammy Awards, and it went back and forth with the Grammy people. Oh, did you change your number? We've been trying to get ahold of you. Oh, yes, I'd be happy to appear so anyway. Bruno Mars. Ondo. His new band called Silk Sonic will be among the performers Harry Styles is from the one direction is going to He's going to start the show is going to be the lead performer on it. Maren Morris. Meghan, the stallion. John Mayer. Miranda Lambert s O. I'm the It's one of the best nights of music. I mean, a lot of people go. I don't even know these cigarettes. I don't There's you know you want upside and like my dad did when the Beatles came out. That's not me. It was like, I don't know what that is. Actually a lot of it. Even you know, the new performers give it a chance that a lot of it is really great music. So it's going to be Sunday night's gonna be seven o'clock. Trevor Noah. Is hosting the show this year, so I think it's going to be funny. They're gonna be doing it mostly virtually at different locations around the world, like they did the Golden Globes a couple of weeks ago, and Beyonce is the artist to beat. She's got nine nominations, and if she winds up winning, let's see. She's got 24 now, so all she has to do is win eight more, and she will tie Sir George Sheltie, formerly of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, He is the record Grammy holder with 31. Right now. So, Beyonce, you know, she wins more than that. She could beat Sir George Solti. But you know Chicago in holding onto that distinction for quite some time. Now, that is a
"taylor swift" Discussed on Ringer Dish
"Number eighth bestselling album was hannah montana soundtrack which again was at disney brought up youth. Chain girl voice number. Nine is dixie chicks. Chesney is in the top ten by the end of the year. So you can see. That country is moving into mainstream acceptance and sales. But there are also these little glimmers of music about and sung by teens. Rising to the top of the charts. And that's what taylor swift is and so. There's a part of her that hit the music scene at a moment in which everyone was working around the edges of the kind of music and themes and emotion that she ultimately began writing about but no one had owned it and stepped up as the embodiment of it. And that's really what they debut was all about now. Let's not pretend it happened all at once because part of the story of this album is how hard she worked. Not just to get there and get it out but how hard once it was out. She worked to bring this into the minds of every dj in the country. Music world to get it on the playlist and that was really the slow burn build. That helped her become the starchiest today. Right and while she is pounding the pavement and she's talking to every country radio. Dj known to man woman and vegetable and mineral and all that jazz. She's kind of straddling two challenges because she's establishing her country bona fides which is not a small deal when the audience is older. And there's plenty of people who would really like to laugh a teenage girl out of the room especially one who even if she's the same age. Lee ann rimes was. She sounds a lot younger but at the same time the teenage was what made her great. And what eventually made her bigger than any genre. So having to serve both of those purposes at the same time is really hard and there are moments on this album. Where some songs. Don't feel like true taylor swift songs in the way that pretty much everything that comes after does the now our song that is unmistakably a taylor swift song no one else could have written out and done it that way and it's not because it's country song. It's because it's a taylor swift song. There are others though where it sounds to me on his album. A little bit like she is playing dress up so in the moment. It's her challenge to serve both of those interests moving forward. It sets her up to outgrow the place where she started out even if it was a great fit for her in the first place. Is it fair for us to ascribe that much premeditation to her with this because again she's fourteen when she signs her songwriting deal. She's fifteen when she signs this record deal and there is no doubt that she made a bunch of shrewd business decisions even at this age but almost every artist who's ever made an album myself included. I made an album with a small label in nashville five years ten years before she did. And guess what happens in your first record in nashville all of the handlers who know all of the gatekeepers in the rainmakers through the country music business think they know how to frame you and as you said the box to put you into and how to frame it and how to ascribe a brand to the artist and how to shape these songs into something and when i listened to this album i can hear scott porsche. Etta who found taylor swift at the bluebird cafe in nashville but who was looking for his next thing dreamworks nashville had shut down and he was well connected and well respected enough to be able to start his own independent label and his artist was taylor swift but he was deeply invested in the success of this new artists that he had found an it feels to your point like there are moments where she is being told or asked to as you put it play dress up in a way that will slide this album in comfortably to the river of country music without upsetting the apple cart that that is sort of the status quo that this industry is so well known for even though what he was pushing was not faith hill. This was not tonight at twain. This was a fifteen year old girl who had not had success in no one. At fifteen years old it had success in previously. If to be lucky and you have to be good and you have to be smart and all those things to create a career like this to happen at the same time right and we've got a bunch of categories to break down this album with and we'll get into it but i think one of the things that made us really want to do this. Show right is being able to look at that idea of how much of this was an accident or circumstance or other people's ideas and how much of this was one person who's an incredibly shrewd manager of her own career and the answer is never gonna be fully one or the other right because yeah at fifteen right. You're not plotting the next twenty years of your life. You're just not but we will see as we get into some of these categories. She already had some pretty pointed and sharp ideas that i think set her on a particular path. So here's what we're going to do for this and every album. We've got a bunch of categories. We've got the best song on the album. We've got all the easter eggs the track. Fives taylor's most important collaborators. But we're gonna start with the biggest song.
"taylor swift" Discussed on Ringer Dish
"Time and what it does is it creates this like no pun intended length space. Just a kid you lose detail and watch it saw in the phrasing of it. That is so cool. Because there's this propulsion in the lyrics but you have to hang for a second before she goes on to each next phrase and she does. There's a little bit of I couldn't quite figure it out. It's either like an extra extra measure or some odd time signature stuff on The second to last track which is closure and that's a trick. That's really fun to hear her play with like she's she's working with these people who she says made her feel very creative and like she wanted to be a little bit more experimental and like that's a trick that at this point taylor swift absolutely has in her bag. And it's just it's good to see her use that stuff. So i thought i think tolerate is a really cool song And it's it was wasn't when i first heard i was like okay so i like this but it's not gonna be like canon and then i heard it again. It was like oh oh there. There's some stuff going.
"taylor swift" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"When someone is shot and killed by police at this country I normally know about it instant. Not. Because I have a sixth sense of course. But the whole world immediately. Tags me texts me DM's me emails me. And comments on every piece of content that I have. Just, so they can try to get my attention. And it's been this way now for nearly six years. And I've accepted as part of my calling in life to not only bear witness to such atrocities but to join families in walk with families all over the country in their fight for justice when they've lost their loved one to police brutality. And I've worked with hundreds of families now. In each time I, work with a family. I have a basic test that I run the situation. It's crude. But it helps me really work through the levels of bias and racism and discrimination at play in each case. This weekend. It was thirty three year old Steve Taylor. Who was a beloved Father Beloved Son who was murdered by police at a Walmart in San Leandro? California? OF COURSE STEVE WAS BLACK Generally speaking white people aren't killed by police at Walmart not for shoplifting or anything else. In spite of early false reports, police have already publicly admitted that Steve Stoll nothing and was not there for a robbery of any kind. He was having a mental health emergency. On Saturday in the hours after he was shot and killed and all day yesterday. I spoke to the family and friends of Steve spoke to people who knew him well. and. They said that he was not only clinically depressed. But that he struggled with schizophrenia. That when he wondered into that Walmart. He was having a mental health crisis. and. Multiple people there at the Walmart have posted publicly that they tried to speak with Steve to get to understand what was going on in his head, but they couldn't get through to him. What he needed in that moment and what people were experiencing. Was a man in the middle of a mental health emergency. Steve Taylor needed an ambulance, he needed a doctor. He needed medicine and treatment. And in almost every single developed country in the world outside of the United. States. Steve Taylor would have gotten treatment. It's a rare on heard of experience for most of the world. For mentally ill person. Particularly if they don't have a gun. To ever be shot and killed. Other nations have systems and practices to slowly in safely surround and disarm such a person. In what we know and what I've seen with my own eyes. Is that American police. are regularly willing and able to take their time with violent white men. Even. If they are fully armed with guns, it could be automatic assault rifles. In police are calm. Cool careful, and slow. Even, if those white men just killed scores of people. Police will often wait until that white man. As calm down until, they can take him carefully safely securely into custody I've seen you've seen it. In what we know from all of those instances. Is that police don't lack the training to wait out tough complex situations. They wait out tough complex situations all of the time. They just repeatedly lack the will. To use the training that they use with all types of white men, they just lack the will to use that training with black men who are often far less dangerous and far less armed. In fact No single person in America. Is more likely to be shot and killed by police. Then a young black man struggling with mental illness. And that's when I run. Call the Taylor Swift test. I literally ask myself. If Taylor Swift. I mean the literal person. The blond-haired blue-eyed Superstar If, she was in the exact same position. In a Walmart incoherent and unresponsive if Taylor swift was meandering through a Walmart clumsily holding a baseball bat, would she ever be shot and killed? and. I chose Taylor swift for many reasons not because I have any dislikes disdain for her I don't not at all not even a little bit. But you can feel free to replace Taylor swift with anyone you want after I tell you why I chose her. I've studied thousands upon thousands of cases of police violence and I've learned that so many factors go into who is shot and who isn't Who is given time in deference and medical attention and who isn't I've learned who's treated worse than an animal. And who isn't? If you are white you are at lower risk period. If you are rich you're at lower risk if you live or are in a privileged zip code, you're at lower risk. If you are famous, you are at lower risk. Consequently. A white. Witch privileged famous person has almost a zero percent chance of ever being killed by police period. In Steve. Taylor. A dark skinned black man struggling with a mental health crisis had none of those things going form he wasn't rich. He wasn't white. He didn't live in a privilege zip code. He wasn't famous most of US had never heard of Steve Taylor had never seen his face until today. If Taylor Swift had done exactly what Steve Taylor dead. Police would have taken all the time in the world to save her life. It could've taken hours even days. In they would not have shot and killed her if she did was Steve. Taylor did. Maybe. You think that's because Taylor swift is small.
"taylor swift" Discussed on Brunch
"Which Taylor Swift Song do you defend instagram filter your you would get shake it off and smile, and then that would be the end of the instagram story. What would you hope for in the? Taylor Swift. They have to be hits like which which one would I defend like which Taylor, swift song that maybe someone would say like our this and you honestly, you could say that about most Harris with songs that people could say. That, we are never getting back together is corny. You could say a lot of thing. I. Disagree with these things like their criticisms, you could, of course, make any to swift hit. But I think I would say like, shake it off. And Look what you made me do are probably the two most lambasted. Yeah. I would say that mine would be look what you made me. Do I look what you made me do defender Yeah that that would definitely be up there for me like I've. I was for sure critical of it when I first heard it, I thought that is just a mess. What hell's this. Yeah. I since come around on and I think that it makes more sense in the context of that album in, and that makes it a little bit easier to swallow. For. If I'm talking to you like I have to defend cruel summer because you summer isn't a very good song and I, think that it was the best song on lover. And I don't know ready for it. Would might be up there too like, right? Yeah. Ready for it is. Not, an amazing song by I, like it a lot. It's a part. I don't know how do people feel about mean because I know that like early? Yeah, you're mean. Top three, swift Dave. Top. Five. It's not. It's not the best song, but like I just love that song so much. Yeah. A very well written song I, but I also think that it's not necessarily the most well received song especially from people who want to be critical of Taylor swift just because it is very dumb like right, it sounds so dumb. It's like immature, but like that Song Great. I will defend that song. Same. Yeah mean is very high for me. I got in the conversation yesterday of. Saying like. Oh. In the conversation about the lack of bad songs on this album nor was saying like. You might not. You might like lover more than this album, but this song does not have or this album does not have me. You know and like me is. Terrible. So mad me is like you hear it and you're like, Oh, I, get it in a couple days. It's GonNa make sense to me and I see what you're doing. Never APP brunch theory. We know what you're doing, and then like a week later you're like. Why did that happen? that. If there's a, there's a Taylor swift song that I would. Never. Defend, it would be that one I. Agree I. Think it's me but. This y'know. I like folklore I'm glad I. Eventually listened to it. I. Am too. I'm glad we we've talked about IT I. I can put it on the blog if people want. I thought about, I. was like maybe only do it for like patriotic people because again, I for whatever reason I just. Weird swift thing that exists where and I don't think it's good. I don't think that.
"taylor swift" Discussed on Popcast
"Disrupted a large part of that. You know you guys have had a stressful few days. I think this is not an immediate album. I hate instant reviews of anything good or bad and I. Just think like you know. Let's let's see where we're all at this record. By the end of the year. Just a memo to all famous people for future years do not surprise release albums during Karen's birthday week. That's the gift you can give Karen Ferber. I would really appreciate that. I know listening I know they're all listening. All of that said. I'm also on vacation. Color has colored my reception of this album. In the opposite way I am deep in Taylor Swift country I am on the border of Rhode Island Massachusetts when this album came out at at midnight, Thursday into Friday I was sitting on the back porch with a close friend, listening on a laptop while there was a lightning storm with little to no rain happening in the background. I don't know that there is a more perfect scenario with which to receive this album so everything. Is colored from there, and so so you need there needs to be. Humidity is what you're saying. Humidity is great. The next morning before everyone was awake I, took a drive to the coffee shop with those down the New England seabreeze. You're really flexing northeastern privilege. Joe Is in the Harkness House right now I'm from I'm from the worst parts of Florida. This is not me, but I am your and this album is here with me, but then said yeah, I think a lot of this is up there with her strongest work. There's a lot of revisionist history that happens with Taylor albums, both good and bad, but yeah, I think even an album like red, which is remembered as like maybe her peak of artistry, it has that, but it also has a lot of what and is talking about which is a flimsy second half and some wayward experiments. Go ahead and state my claim on the fact that this album is not as much of a reinvention I. Think as it's being presented or received as I've already sat here. Making a playlist of the sailor songs that I think have lead up to this, and there's a not insignificant amount of them and I think this is quieter record. It has her not really casting around and sounds that I have always thought fit her badly and sort of returning to a safer place both songwriting wise and Sonically, and I look, this is an album for the Taylor swift fans. WHO's favorite song on nineteen, eighty nine so clean? And that's me so here we are, and this is for fans of the Archer to yes, also on my playlist, which I will post once we post pop cats, maximum solidarity Joe okay. Let's just set the table because I feel like we've done a lot. We don't a little bit of Meta conversation, but we haven't sort of spelled out exactly what's happening, so Taylor's eighth album is a quarantine record. She was recorded in her house, Los Angeles. The production and writing is in collaboration primarily with Aaron Destler who is part of the national. The national is a very very well regarded already indie rock band of the two thousand, two, thousand ten's happens to be. Be. Ban Doesn't do a lot for me. That's okay trying to be open. Hearted about this and all things. Jack Antonoff is here a little bit. There is a mystery songwriting collaborator I'd not interested in that discourse that much I agree. Joe With what you're saying that there are plenty of breadcrumbs that lead to this choice or that lead to these production choices, the thing that I think probably was hardest for me or most frustrating for me, is I super? Enjoy the brightness of Taylor. Swift melodies I enjoyed the specificity of the lyrics. I enjoy the structure that she brings and those things to me. Don't seem to completely lined up with what Denner does. The, there seems to be like a low fog that hangs over a lot of the production, and obviously people can try different things, but to me it seems to play against the thing that I think Taylor's best up. What you've loved about Keller is what you get from hip hop. It's which is crisp. which is everything is isolated and stark in its space and separated I mean I I I went back in this love, and it's like there's so much space on record I actually imagined Taylor on this record on the Jack Antonoff songs I imagine antonoff saying, but tell I can make that drum go boom. Please let me make the jumbo go boom and Taylor and industrial. Industrial saying no Jack Muffled. We like the drums that go booms. She switched from a totally crisp aesthetic where her syllables are Staccato. Her voice is very bright. There's lots of space to this murky Moody Dare I. Say Acoustic Even though there's all kinds of tricks in their aesthetic, there is one song. He pointed out mad woman. That is a total Lanada ray song. And that's a different aesthetic. That's an aesthetic of Merck and fog and haze, but I think did. Giving yourself some defied against in a way. She's writing songs still bid Battle Bat. She's build a level of musical ambivalence into the songs. That isn't necessarily there in the old Taylor production. This comes back to something that if I recall, we said on the lover of PODCASTS, which is no matter what style she's doing. She's such a distinct. Writer and singer, and that's not necessarily the power of voice necessarily, but the way that she decides to flow on A. B., or even over a ham fixed the tar heels so distinctive that the background of Taylor Swift songs to Mir. Just that and that's like you know when you hear some of the reputation and love her songs in the documentary. The NETFLIX's documentary that she made with your her play them on Acoustic, guitar they're a different flavor, but same salt and I think that her little. Melody and the Little Staccato bits and sharpness. Here, I don't hear this as as you describe it in your review, a blurry record I don't hear it. You know I think there are vocal effects. Their outfits such there. You know close that she's trying on, but think like the body and the bones remain the same and. When people ask for the old Taylor I there's been a lot of that discussion over the last five years three records I'd say and I. Think like what they want is what those people want myself included in the storytelling, the specificity I think this is a total return to form lyrically. She got so vague and so broad in in some in especially on reputation and nineteen eighty nine. And this is just like I just think like her use of characters. Backers of names and proper nouns is is everywhere. They're like ten classic ridges on this. I think like she's really leaned into our Ridge writing, which was always a strength of hers. Their perspective shifts that. Remind me of her country music. You know in a third chorus. I think also she's been able to respond to the current events around her for the first time. Time, in a way that is in clumsy and borderline obnoxious. How do you mean that it's okay? So for instance I think a song like my tears ricochet, which a lot of people have interpreted to.
"taylor swift" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Of course you don't WanNa touch that woman. He got Caroni tried. Pass it on tour. Ryan killer Jars can't even affect him. Don't kiss me. Don't they Kanye West and Taylor Swift four twenty. Six phone call has leaked. It makes it easy and cam look like the snakes. Y'All Allen Lasca Matt came out you like we don't. We're not hearing a whole recording way. Wail I told you. What did I tell you did I tell you And when did I tell you a long time ago? And what did I say what happened when I told you exactly what happen? Boom I fucking niggers which I hate Taylor swift so much you couldn't even have the truth I know some. Y'All stop fucking with me over this shit but when a boy is right like this you got to stand up in it. Y'All can lead to buy back you down from your truth. I knew listening was lying. Among y'all picked a trump supporter a trump supporter. The shame of it all really and it's exactly what the fuck I said happened. Oh so it was that the full conversations paints a different story because you know he was like we call it and we got. We got approval. So I don't know why she's lying snake emoji. She'd be always playing the victim. Okay now clippers out. In the clip. Kiei West Texan awkwardly long time to explain his controversial line while aware. He's Taylor Swift. She asked if he's going to be mean. Ask Him share it. But the only lyric he actually related this Dhamma Southside Niggers who know me best. I feel like Taylor. Meiomi SAKES SWIFT has always maintained that guy. He was never made her aware of the. I made famous line and League video. The phone call confirms the side of the story so now the same army west Represented in their aqua. Combo is coming for him and his rider. Die Wife so much so that the key West is over part. Hashtag was training. Yeah that's funny man. 'cause one it never really make honey look good to me in the first place but it always felt really awkward. That people were like. Yeah you know what I think she was cool with the whole thing. And I'm like well. Then why didn't they show the part where he's like in? Macau you a bit in the next line because I say that's valid. That's a valid reason to be like. Actually I don't approve that like we brush that off. You know what I mean like home. She don't get a right to be like. Yeah I was cool with. You may be making a joke about US adversary because everyone knows as absurd. Never GonNa Happen. I'm not who would you say you made me famous and calling me a bitch. I'm actually not cool and I feel like if you knew if if you thought it was just so above board you fucking line. That's not like that and let her make the decision right but you knew something was up with it which is why left ash it out but fail for man. You let people so easily manipulate with so easily manipulate when you just Kinda can know their biases like let me just enough information and my flag was all of that ship. 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I don't like over so now because I don't like that Gail Interview Ledley like now. Lisa Leslie assigned way now. I gotTA motherfucking status. One was a pedophile sex marine runner like get the fuck out here so biases so stupid are so gullible she would win. Posted all across the Goddamn news not on twitter. Only yes she had to actually back in Going put our twitter accounts. Just got a phone call that my name is training and being a troll for some fake awful fake thing. It's not true. Haven't been radio or arrested just sanitizing distant with the rest of the world stay safe. Everybody Prayer Emoji says. Here's the part that really really disgusting to me. Over with every was sexually saw do was he was younger when she was a kid. What the fuck lie. That's it has nothing to play with man. People are fucking insane. I hear man Yar agenda over everything. Agenda over fucking. Everything can't believe people was trying to share this year I less move into. 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"taylor swift" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Okay and PAT spoiler already but yeah your song okay. I'll be interested in your reason for this so it's a great song. It has a good San to it. I like how to kind of starts like kind of slow and gets up like Kinda gets rocky. Says I told you whatever the lyrics are so I like that but also it's basically a Taylor swift song so that's why I picked it because we're doing against but just like it couldn't Taylor Swift Song lyrics. Not The math of Sam but the lyrics are are very Taylor swift desk. Yeah even the sound possibly is closer to Taylor swift and the other two that we did. I mean I would love to do a cover this. Yeah all right. We know you're listening. Yeah definitely as yeah. Yeah but you had me all yourself. I thought you were such a prize. I finally came to my senses when I heard just one too many lies. It's it's it's something she would write. So Yeah Yeah. That's what I did say. This is more of like not really a ballad but it's like slower. Yeah well when it starts it picks up when it starts off slowing kind of kind of moody when when she's like I look at the lyrics when she's like I opened the door. I said we were through then it starts to be angry. Yeah and that's a nice mix and then the the whole thing. You're fading fast out of my memories because pretty well. It is very Taylor Swift. Yeah I also like to like keyboard pay. Go thing uh-huh going through the whole thing is. Yeah let's let's do it. Here is fading fast. thing the fad. Hello saddens me. They swabbed me. Yeah.
"taylor swift" Discussed on Slate Money
"Hello hello welcome to the Taylor. Swift is a volatile of late money or guide to the business and and finance news of the week. I'm Felix Salmon of axios. I am coming to you from Oxfordshire where I have loan conference and I'm joined by the amazing Janine Gibson. Hi Janine Hi you. Are you have some grand job assistant editor at the Financial Times wants. You just have a new boss congratulations. Elton hasn't left yet so I think he would be slightly offended. January is the in January. The F. T. two will be taken over so by a woman just like collections. SHOULD BE JANINE. Is the best in the world. So you'RE GONNA be here to talk to us about Hong Kong and other the things but before we get there. We also need to mention as ever that we are joined by Emily Peck of Huffpost. In New York hello and also Oh Ashman ski of breaking views. Hello and what's on the menu. This week I feel like we have to talk about Taylor Swift obviously and we also need to talk about tick. Nick talk because I have become addicted to talk and I need to understand what is going on with its Chinese ship. But since we're thinking thinking about China I think we should start by talking about Hong Kong. Costano seems to be going from bad to worse so I think that's the menu for today. It's going to be Hong Kong among Taylor swift and Kylie Jenner because obviously and ticked up and as late plus segment all about Hamas was. You're going to want to listen to that. One all coming up on slate money what to Goldman.
"taylor swift" Discussed on The Journal.
"Welcome back the fight between Taylor swift and her record label. Big Machine flared up again last week ahead of an award show on Sunday so at the American music awards. She is getting a big award artist of the Decade Award and she has been planning to perform permits throughout the decade on the show so that would include mostly things from her first six albums. Maybe even tear-drops on my guitar maybe even even tear drops on my guitar but swift says big machine took issue with her plan. Last Thursday Taylor again takes tumbler. This it's time to mobilize her fans. She says that basically big machine is blocking her from using her old hits in her performance at the Ama is and an upcoming net flex documentary. She says that scooter and Scott have said that she is not allowed to perform those old songs on television and because she says they claim that would be re recording her music before she's allowed to do so when swift left big machine she found to work around for the fact that they owned all the recordings of her old songs she'd be able to rerecord them and then own the rights herself but under the terms of her departure. She wouldn't be able to do that until November twenty twenty and she claims that big machine says that her ama performance would violate those terms. So swift took it to her biggest supporters the swifty. She writes it on. Tumbler shares at across her social media. It it appears to be the first time that she is actually actively asking her fans to do something about it saying let them know how you feel about this. And how did they respond. Taylor Swift's Thursday evening post. I would say definitely sparked immediate reaction from from fans you know. We saw fans sort if pleading with Scott and scooter asking them to allow her to play music. The hashtags I stand with Taylor and Free Taylor were were among the top trending at the time and hundreds I think were tweeting iterations of Alexa. Play the man by Taylor Swift. That's an allusion to her. I song off of her new album called the man and it's probably the most you know explicitly feminist song. She you know is sort of singing about the double standard society has for male and female artists in particular. Yeah it's a much more defiant tone it has this heavy Baseline to go with these kind of stern lyrics that she has and then all the sudden the drumline mine comes in and hits hard and is a real deviation from that country sound that she had at the beginning of her career..
"taylor swift" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"You just get the sense we've had as you say, we've had Taylor on the show a lot, the first time she was on her show. I think she was like eighteen and since the first time we've had her she's become a massive international icon. It's just feels different now, when I mean, even associate producer on our staff, his name's Alex Clark. Oh boy. An Alex is somewhere between a Taylor swift. Stan. And just a straight up stalker. Me so crazy about her that you can't really so when we knew that we were booking Taylor swift. We heard that Taylor swift had locked Johnny Norman who books, all of the musicians on our show all the artists on our show and produces them as well told us that before he published he wanted to tell Alex Clark that he was going to have someone tell Alex Clark that we were sending him to Houston to shoot for us on Tuesday. And then after getting now we didn't know any, and then after Alex Clarke agreed to go on that you, we're going to publish Taylor swift for Tuesday. Right. So the human interest department asks out published mean send Email out to the staff, right? So they do this, and he agrees, we publish and that now I know all this has happened. So I call Alex clock into my office, and he walks in, and I go, so I just wanna make sure you're cool. You're cool going to Texas on Tuesday for us, right? And he's white now, Alex. He's just. I say he's eager like he wants to please wants to eagerly. Speak really wants to do the best show really wants to impress. And, and I ask them, not question. Any goes. Yeah. I mean, whatever and I go, what do you mean whatever the problem? Not wanna go on the shoot. You not wanna know. I wanna do I wanna do whatever's best. What do you mean whatever's best like we wanted to go to Houston? So then he finally, I'm gonna do. I'm going to go and I go great. I just thought there might be some conflict or something. He's like, no, no, he leaves white. He shaky, apparently, he went from there to his office to cry. You're kidding. I didn't know any of this. So then I don't ever get caught up in these prints. But it was so fun. I couldn't now seem felt bad, you call them back, pretty ideally, I did I called him that well, we'll car came in and said he's these in his office crying. I said, call him back. And then and then he went from crying to like shaking, and just sort of hyper ventilating. Friday morning morning. And then he got to meet her. He didn't. Witnessed the rise of a hero, marvel studios presents captain marvel an all new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the marvel cinematic universe in this action packed story, the MC you introduces its first standalone female franchise, title character. Carol danvers aka captain, marvel set in the nineteen nineties, captain marvel sidesteps, the traditional origin, story template with Carol danvers already. Possessing her superhero powers, leaving her earthly life behind. She joins an intergalactic elite military team called star force, but after Dan versus trained and become a valued member of star force she finds herself back on earth with new questions about her past. She quickly lands on the radar of Nick fury, and the pair must work together against a formidable enemy in the form of the scrolls who are planning an invasion of earth. Get marvel studios captain marvel on digital in movies anywhere may twenty eighth and Blu. Ray June eleventh new on four. Okay. All. Tra-. HD. The do produce it's been, I did produce scotch. Yes, she was so fun. Two of them together. Have such a history of it does seem like Reese and Ellen have the same close friends, and it does feel like Belen his friends with these people first, and then Reese example, Oprah Oprah Jetta Fran..
"taylor swift" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Such a pleasure to have you on today thank you so much for helping us wade through the waters of taylor swift are problematic fave lisa working folks find out more about what europe too yeah so i am on instagram pop culture pirate on twitter on ad how cold higher it because i hope you're pirate with your long and you can hit me up on facebook at least the crazy thing her mind on them and if you are interested in hearing bridge and i eat that more on this topic keller with an problematic days you can listen to run with as loosely how worry also go into a bunch of pop culture coffee from a feminist perspective on like wii tv explains america and other fine how culture conversation i hope to see how many of you guys over there absolutely so we wanna hear from use meant many listeners what are your feelings on taylor swift do you find some of what she says problematic do you hope for a more woke taylor swift perhaps do we hope for taylor swift that comes around finds her feminist footing and especially is better when it comes to race and intersectional feminism we want to hear from you and i hope or not alone him because this is a tough one and it's here for you so we're finally stop dragging my feet we went and did it so said is a tweet at muenster podcast find us on instagram at stuff mom never told you or send us an email if you've got unpack even a lengthier thought at mom stuff at how stuff works dot com.
"taylor swift" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Folks rightfully have with taylor swift and let's start with this concept of her use of the white victim she sort of plays this white victim card which to me i think the narrative began around the konya via may situation when she received the award over and above queen b who already described as the queen of pa up so taylor gets on stage to accept her ward kanye west sort of jumps right up there takes the mike silence as her makes her look like the white victim and i think she's been playing that angle ever since w what do you think yeah i think i agree with the idea of the white them i think that was one of the first example we're hit herself as one of the most dangerous type the white women there's a great quote by cultural critic david young and he said that this is a hailar neck altercation with konya a regarding the recording that he made a thing that he made that dana meaning taylor and what they mean says is what did with the inherent empathy and benefit of the doubt for white womanhood allow her hip possess to throw a black person under the bus if necessary and convenient and i feel like the for instance with konya a on the vna said was the for look that we got of how he uses her nick them hood as a way to get things from popular culture and not kind of like her brand move forward he's a victim the outsider and you can't really is the thing that them you claim the invasive up and that kind of my issue with that for altercation with konya.
"taylor swift" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"The on said yeah i might say beyond say to cause terrassa fans are they're really really writer die for taylor but the bay hydelike will take people down there they are no joke i just feel like you you can be taylor swift uneven taylor swift bows down to the clean blair you know what i mean i like that i feel like there's just no comparison also from the artist i mean there are can we just say that it's amazing to have two artists light taylor swift santini 89 and beyonce's lemonade lemonade coming up in the same we're like in a very special time yeah i think what a special time for women in pop music because if he asked so long we've been told that when a woman is a pop artists that she's just frivolous it's about better boyfriend's bubble blah but i'm happy to be in a time where we are understanding appreciating that is art so i don't wanna make it seem like i don't think that about taylor swift i think that 1989 with a piece of art and they think people recognize that adds that and i think that's the way it should be using keller had to galvanize her fans in oregon earns them through the arctic whether real or a marketing campaign either think that she has to organize those young women in two segment of her fans are like fandom because he's a female artist and all that female fan labor usually growth horn younger male arte and it's something that we haven't maybe theme so much ever have a lot older model for young female fans supporting a young female artist i actually think there is something to that idea because when you think about organized fandom right where it's fan clubs and people writing letters and emails and getting meet ups no of that things that involve a lot of labour an enviable life work you really do see a lot of that for boy bands and artists who are young men and so i actually do think it's interesting that taylor swift has been able to generate that same level of in real life connection and engagement with young bands being a young woman because you really don't see that that often.
"taylor swift" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"His own relationship with the press rate with very specific references to the bed in and all that stuff but it wasn't every saw and the problem with that i have with taylor swift is like i would defend her for doing this if she didn't do it every single time like i would defend a certain amount of a kind of processing of fame and as sarah said she's been famous and she was a kid but as meriva said she's not the good kind of chameleon she seems like she seems like she's so adjustable that i don't know who she is except in terms of how she feels about herself and her own relationship with the press and it was interesting to see her contrasted with pink bureau who in some ways taylor swift him pancake have had a lot in common to this degree right they have both done songs that are referential about themselves and kind of what's going on with that they have both had big songs that are sort of of the feel good about yourself you uh rioting and yet they come off this so differently i thought that pink performances really terrific and it's not that i haven't liked pank but this was a version of pink that i particularly enjoyed she won the video vanguard awards so they did kind of a big she did a readily of her heads which i thought was refreshingly brief edano wolf some for songs together it was breezy and a certain way that's hard to pull off with a thing.
"taylor swift" Discussed on Channel 33
"If you are blessed and have blocked out the last year and a half of the world um than you should know that snake is the emoji that taylor swift has become associated with after the kim crash in connie west taylor swift snapchat haunt for tapes theat after gates now he last august's wasn't it i think it was before that echo wasn't yeah team anyway it was last summer i was on national sake day let's google national sect is okay because kim actually release the tapes on on her is sake day which is apparently uh july sixteen so it was july's yet hi it coincided with a episodes keep up the kardashians it was a sunday evening we're all at home yet ready to do work yes in the image four i support i'm not sure whether it's the album comer cover whether it's the code image by reputation is taylor swift can i tell you had let you describe it yes please it's like taylor swift spent the last few years or months doing some kind of junior college art class in which they did paper michelle a aci with old deus papers sure and she was inspired by that art class and made an instagram of herself in black and white kind of bleeding into a ransom note looking kind of thing that that's like half newsprint half quarter tellers left and like a commentary on like media yes and it's like it's pre clearly the new york times fog which is for me yeah um but washington post a similar one i will setzer you are the finance but i don't know i am waiting into this um it's just like sort of generic newspaper fivetest airminded reminded me the most of like actually.