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United to Offer Covid Testing to Some Hawaii-Bound Travelers

Daily Tech Headlines

00:36 sec | 6 d ago

United to Offer Covid Testing to Some Hawaii-Bound Travelers

"United Airlines will start a pilot to offer covid nineteen test passengers. The trial will begin on October fifteenth and offer test to passengers flying from San Francisco to Hawaii or narrowly passengers would be required to undergo a two week quarantine arriving but united work with Hawaiian government and health regulators to meet requirements that those with pre trip negative tests would not have to quarantine. Tests can either be done using an at home kit from color, which would be requested ten days before a trip and submitted seventy two hours before flying or using the abbot idea. Now, rapid covid nineteen tests at SFO, which could return results within fifteen minutes.

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The pandemic is putting electronic medical records to the test

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:07 min | Last week

The pandemic is putting electronic medical records to the test

"To slow the spread of the coronavirus testing is hugely important, not just getting a test but getting the results back as quickly as possible. A recent survey found that the average wait time for results is four days with ten percent of the people surveyed waiting ten days or more a shortage of the equipment and chemicals needed to perform the test is part of the problem but the country. Also lacks bust electric medical records system which would allow information to be shared seamlessly. We wondered how much is that slowing everything down Julia? Adler. Milstein is a professor of medicine at the University of California San Francisco where her research focuses on electronic health records. I asked her if part of the problem is all the different software providers, companies like epic and Care Cloud and Athena health not. Playing nicely together I do think there's a roadblock there I mean that's really been an Achilles heel of the past decade where we've seen so much more digitisation of health information but not as much of an effort put on making sure that that information can move around seamlessly where it's needed and I think in an ideal world. Yes. Those large companies would have cooperated and figured out how You. Build their systems in a way that we're more compatible but we also didn't really create strong incentives for them to do that, and now we're working to try to correct that and I think covert has shown a really bright spotlight on the need to do that. But but it wasn't there from the start and I think we're really paying the price for that. Now What about privacy concerns? With information being shared more widely in more places I. Wonder if patients sort of opting out may be part of the the hurdle here. It is and I mean privacy concerns. You know go go hand in hand with greater ability to move and share information because you want to be sure that it does end up in the hands and not the wrong hands and that and that the patients are involved in that in the way that you know is appropriate until I think one of the issues that that is hard to know is sort of in what what level of of detail or granularity patient want to be involved in managing. You know who sees their information and for what purposes. into do that at scale is really hard because we know different people have different preferences over all and for specific types of information, as well as for whether it's a payoff for example, like what they might want to share with health insurer versus their doctor. So it gets very complex very quickly. So I think everyone agrees we should have the privacy protection, but actually implementing that privacy protection control is is where it gets pretty pretty complicated. I'm also wondering about the cost of all this I know the federal government has already spent tens of billions of dollars to encourage the adoption of electronic medical records. Do you have a sense of the price tag on what this effort could cost to get it? Right I don't think we've really seen good cost estimates because part of it is sort of what are we paying for I don't think at this point we're really paying for the infrastructure. This is really about linking up all of the digital entities and writing down rules of the road. I. Don't think anyone really has a sense of the Price Tag. You know my personal sense is that it would be lower than the investment that we've made so far because there's so much cost just the digitisation itself. But there's also some real costs in in in trying to figure out how to make all the different systems talk to each other, but potentially lots of savings to I imagine. Oh absolutely there have been some estimates of that and they've been in this sort of seventy to eighty billion dollars. A Year of potential savings if we really were to get to sort of fully standardize seamless information sharing a fact that hospitals are filling out spreadsheets with their covid testing data and sending it to the federal government, it's staggering to think that we're still doing that you know in the year twenty twenty. But then also to think about all the costs of all the people in those hospitals who are manually entering data into a spreadsheet, it's sort of hard to believe. Yeah, and if I never have to try to remember when my knee surgery was when I see a new doctor. It'll be too soon. How many of those health questionnaires if we all filled out again and again? Yeah. No. On the patient side exactly I mean, we haven't even addressed those costs and also just I think that the stress that we put on patients when it's clear that their doctor doesn't know their medical history and so if you were to show up today and you know tell your doctor that you've had cova test and then for that doctor to say, Oh, well, I don't have any way to access that information at his not delivering patient centered. CARE. Julia Adler Milstein is a professor of medicine at the University of California San Francisco. And now for some related links, another wrinkle in all this, just because you're test results are in the system doesn't mean your doctor we'll see them right away. These are busy people with lots of patients counting on them. Adler Milstein says so far. The solution is just hanging doctors with lots of alerts, which if you've ever had to mute a group text chat, you know can create notification fatigue, and while most hospitals now have some kind of electronic health records system public health departments are still far behind relying on. Phones and even fax machines to share information. That's the subject of an episode of the health podcast trade-offs from my former marketplace colleague Dan. Guerrero tiene molly had him on this show awhile back Dan found that technology and data gaps key public health officials dangerously out of the loop, the fight, the spread of Corona virus. We have a link at marketplace tech DOT ORG along with results from a survey from the Pew. Charitable trusts found that most Americans support to improve how medical records are shared between providers but have since. Concerns about privacy and accuracy and respondents were generally less comfortable with the sharing of sensitive information like Substance Abuse Mental, Health Issues and homelessness factors that can influence health but also potentially how patients are treated I'm Amy Scott and that's marketplace tech.

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The Real Reason NFL Ratings Are (Slightly) Down

The Lead

04:07 min | Last week

The Real Reason NFL Ratings Are (Slightly) Down

"So Dan. Let's start the story back in June is been ten days since George Floyd was brutally murdered. To actually. Listen to you. We had this prominent NFL players put out that video about black lives matters. Behalf. Football League. This is what we the players would like to state. Leave black lives matter. And then Commissioner Roger Goodell doing what the players had requested. We the National Football League emit we wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out in peacefully protests. Read the National Football League Aleve black lives matter was their concern within the NFL at that time about the league. So openly embracing the black lives matter movement and concern that it could impact. TV ratings when the season began I think without a doubt. There was concern commissioner goodell made that video without consulting the owners many of whom in the past taken a hard line on kneeling intertwining politics, social issues and sport. We have more on the story that is dominating the National Football League the anthem protests Jerry Jones was Adam Sunday that any player that does not stand for the national. Anthem will not play Jones clarified that statement telling our Chris sentiment within the NFL that good for business is no intersection of politics and sports. Now that boat seems to have clearly have sailed not just in the NFL, but the rest is sport but I would be surprised if ratings fall, we don't begin to hear some voices from within the NFL saying we've gone too far on opening. Night of the season, the chiefs versus Texans, we saw players link arms in a moment of Solidarity Ladies and gentlemen please join us in a moment of silence dedicated to the ongoing fight or equality in our country, and we've seen a number of players putting names of victims of police brutality on their helmets. What's bend the public response to those moves? Obviously in Kansas City there was some booing. Depending on which media outlet you read it was either a lot of booing or a little booing. But there was some booing and interviewing the fans who booed it's hard to know why whether they disapproved of the message whether they disapproved adjust anything interfering with sports but there will always be that voice saying we don't want is social issues politics intersect was fort. So after week one, there were reports that NFL ratings were down though it turns out those reports weren't entirely accurate and a whole bunch of analysis followed, Dan, what was some of the commentary around those early reports were obviously in a politically charged Environment, and there are those who want to scribe lower sports ratings to the political movements that have intersected with sports. So you saw headlines and certain conservative publications woken NFL ratings down sixteen seventeen percents the doubleheader on Monday night football, the Sunday night football game, the Thursday night kickoff game those were down monstrously large over last season. Why is that to me? The answer is pretty simple. My hypothesis is when you get woke, you go broke but everybody in this environment of trump versus bite in republican versus Democrat. Every wants to interpret sports ratings through that Lens football's boring as hell, it's just not the same pattern. Used to. Say could you keep it away from football game? Now say, could you possibly do it during football game? We have some free time when really the reasons for ratings rise and fall have very little to do in my opinion with the political news of the day.

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Nikola Founder Quits

MarketFoolery

02:33 min | Last week

Nikola Founder Quits

"Shares of Nikola started the day falling nearly thirty percent. It is bounced back up from that last I checked it was only down around fifteen sixteen percent. And this is because Trevor Milton the founder of the electric truckmaker is stepping down as chairman of the board. This is effective immediately, and it comes in the wake of investigations started by both the SEC and the justice. Department on the potential that Nikola has misled investors. For those. You know was at Hindenburg research is that the outfit that came out with a short report about ten days ago? A. Certain. That they believe that this is a where there's smoke there's fire. Situation. But. I don't know this guy. This seems like one of those sudden. Effective immediately departures that doesn't happen if everything is going great at the company. Yeah I would say this is one of the more impactful short reports that I. can recall given the speed with which have been happening both You know when a fairly thorough Report comes out from some of the names that we know in in that space that can be twenty thirty percent on a stock, and that was the case with. but then to. Drive out. Let's for the moment. Give it to the short report for today's News I'm sure that that is not Company is spinning but I'm GonNa go ahead and do it for the moment and say that a speed with which we've seen reaction to a short report that I can't recall and for a company that was in the news on its. Seeming merits for an improved situation having just locked up a deal with the GM selling eleven percent of itself to GM. For some in kind services of this says been a reversal of fortune for Nikola and its shareholders that is if not unique, you know on a shortlist. Yeah, and to your point, just to give a little bit more detail. Hindenburg research came out September tenth with a report entitled Nikola how to Parlay an ocean of lies into a partnership with the largest auto em in America.

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Europe Is Fighting A 2nd Wave Of Coronavirus Pandemic

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:06 min | Last week

Europe Is Fighting A 2nd Wave Of Coronavirus Pandemic

"In Global Corona virus headlines, there's a new and very ominous warning about a resurgence of the virus across Europe CNN Scott. McLean. Is Monitoring the situation Scott tell us more. Wolf across Europe governments are scrambling to head off the second wave of the coronavirus which is already eclipsed the first in weekly new cases. France, and Spain of really taken the brunt of the viruses resurgence with Spain reporting one hundred thousand new cases of the virus just in the last ten days the World Health Organization calls the situation in Europe very serious and says these latest numbers ought to serve as a wakeup. Call UK is doing more tests than any other major European country, and yet it's still facing a shortage of them at the worst possible time across England nude daily Covid nineteen infections of increased one hundred and sixty seven percent in September, and now a million and a half people living in parts of north east England are facing severe new restrictions that ban almost all in-person socializing with people outside your own

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Virtual Holidays: Lessons from our Muslim friends

Can We Talk?

04:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Virtual Holidays: Lessons from our Muslim friends

"Angelica Lindsey. Ali. My name is Sukhothai. My name is Ben to file. Hardest for all of us was on that was that was a killer think yes. Definitely a killer to not be able to be such a community months as a whole month. And for most of it for all amid were at home was how very first one ever. My entire life remembering having big told that we can't go to the mustard. A typical is version without covet. It's The Best Day of the year. Is Really Fun. So what we do is we wake up in the morning we put our best clothes on put our best perfumes and put a best jewelry. And then we go to the market for for prayers we played shoulder to shoulder some of us stay until midnight I'm the last ten days especially because those are more even more specialties the last than days a lot of people I, truly stay at the much. And then after prayers then we you know we congratulate each other go and visit family and friends. There is always a lot of food. There's a lot of festivities and my family I'm usually the one who cooks for all of our family and friends. I think all of us everything shut down in March. We knew Ramadan was coming in late May tune. I think all of us started to pray hard that this was not going to last until them. Praying shoulder to shoulder is a huge deal for us. It's almost like a transfer of a spiritual energy as we pray together and you you have to stay succeed apart because of covid obviously, I must sheets have been closed. So we had a live streaming of the actual prayer. I might be you know out of turn saying this but I, really think it was the women in Lima Sloan Community who really made the most of it because I think we're used to having to be adaptable to change and I. I really liked the way that there were so many outlets like there were so many classes I've found opportunity as many other women did to sort of take center stage. And so I actually had a class with over two hundred one from fifteen different countries every Saturday during the month of McGaw and that gave me an opportunity at least once a week to connect with women to talk about Ramadan go over spiritual principles and really gained much as we could from the month. So that was really beautiful. There were daily drive-thru if tires that women like put together so that if people need it food that they could drive through or walk through or deliver. So yeah I, think it's a time of. Trauma we're all in a collective state of trauma, but it's also a time of immense spirit of opportunity. So Rahman to actually very fulfilling. It got us to be we missed that community but on the other hand I, think all of us were just surprised that the advantages the positives. For instance, I would often either take all of my kids would break at the mustard or break at home and then pray at the mosque together but schooldays, right I wouldn't be able to do that I would often leave the behind This one though we came up with very. Creative ways of involving the kids. So the whole thirty days of the fast, we were able to private the break with our kids play with them, and then we were able to show them what we do in the mustard here at home we we taught my my son to lead some of the prayers which was I think very. Very in new and interesting for him very you know they're empowering for him so. That was a big positive I will go so far to say this year. Ramadan Ede were a lot more meaningful than they have been in the past because we have to be very intentional about who we chose to spend our time with. we were very mindful about wearing things that we could make ourselves or that we already had because a lot of the shops or close We spent a lot of time cheer rating, the experiences that we wanted to have for our children and with people who were within our bubble. So I'll though the fanfare of holiday was missing I really feel like this was one of the best holiday seasons ever because it stripped off all of the slush and really focus on what the essence of the holidays truly are so that that made unexpected. Beautiful.

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Biden says Trump downplaying coronavirus threat was 'almost criminal'

World News Tonight with David Muir

05:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden says Trump downplaying coronavirus threat was 'almost criminal'

"We begin tonight with those bombshell recordings president trump giving journalist Bob Woodward, eighteen interviews, and during those interviews, the president admits to downplaying the coronavirus in the US early on telling. Woodward. He knew the virus was deadlier than the flu saying privately, it goes through the air. That's. How it's passed, the president telling Woodward an early February that the virus would be deadlier than the flu but weeks later, his words in public telling the American people that the virus was like the flu it was in March the president talks about the toll with Woodward, not just on older Americans but revealing its quote young people to plenty of young people. During interviews president trump admits to intentionally misleading the American public because he didn't want to cause a panic. Tonight how the president is now explaining those comments how different they were in public versus private at his opponent Joe Biden's response to ABC's chief White. House. Correspondent Jonathan Karl leading US off. It's all on tape president trump bluntly acknowledging the Bob Woodward he fully understood the deadly threat posed by corona virus and that he was misleading the American public about it in his book rage Woodward writes that National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien. Told President Trump on January twenty eighth that Corona virus quote will be the biggest national security threat facing your presidency ten days. Later, Woodward interviewed the president and they spoke about the virus. Here's an excerpt from the audiotape obtained by CNN breathe the air that's how it's. passed. And so that's a very tricky one. That's a very delicate one It's also more deadly than your. You Know Your even your strenuous lose for more deadly. This is five per you know this is five percent versus one percent less than one percent you know. So this is deadly stuff but just three weeks after that the president told the American people krona virus is like the flu directly contradicting what he told Woodward. This is a flu. This is like a flu within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero. That's a pretty good job we've done. You may ask about the coronavirus which is. Very well under control in our country in another interview in March, the president candidly acknowledged to Woodward he wasn't being upfront with the American people. Starting out, it's not just old people, which is today and yesterday. Some startling facts came out. It's not just old old exactly able to plenty of young people. It's clear just from what's in the public record that you went through a pivot this to Oh my God the gravity is almost inexplicable unexplainable I think bob? Really. To be honest with year I want you I wanted to I wanted to always play it down I still like playing down. Yes. Because I don't want to create a panic and the very next week the president said this America will again. And soon be open for business. very soon a lot sooner than. Three or four months at somebody was suggesting. Lot sooner we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself. The president today was asked directly. If he was misleading the public in order to prevent a panic and he acknowledged again, he had been well I. Think if you said in order to reduce panicked perhaps it. So the fact is a cheerleader for this country I love country campaigning in Michigan today Joe Biden who has made the president's handling of krona virus a centerpiece of his campaign called the president's comments to Woodward, a disgrace he knew and purposely played it down worse. He lied to the American people he knowingly and willingly lied about the threat posed to the country for months he knew how dangerous it was. All this deadly disease ripped through our nation he failed to do his job on purpose. Was a life and death betrayal of the American people. And to let's bring in Giancarl, with us, tonight in the white. House was pressed on this today really in a question that many folks at home are likely asking tonight why? Why would the president offer Woodward such a detailed account of the dangers of the coronavirus yet deliver a different message to the American people didn't he know that talking with journalists that this would ultimately reported? Well David. It's extraordinary. The president did eighteen separate interviews with Bob Woodward over the course of several months as he was working on this book his National Security Adviser just a short while ago said this was the president's decision to do those interviews and that he was quote willing to go into the lions ring with Bob Woodward but I can tell you I think another factor here is that when Woodward wrote his last book. The president was upset that his staff turndown Woodward's request to get an interview with him He believes that he can talk himself out of anything and if you could talk enough to Bob Woodward's, he would have a positive portrayal in his book

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Spring Washam And Lotus Vine Journeys

Hay House Meditations

06:41 min | 3 weeks ago

Spring Washam And Lotus Vine Journeys

"Hi Matteo. Thank you for having me. It's so nice to have you here. Yes Fun. In reading fierce heart this memoir book. And listening to your teachings. It seems that quite young age you understood the primary role that mind has to play in emotional wellbeing. In, your childhood life, it seems as though it was very, very difficult growing up in the inner city life of poverty and racism, and there were some abandoned men and. And in fact, a lot of violence around you and so my question is, when was it that you began to look inward Lee for your strength rather than blaming the outside world? That's a really, really good question because I think as a child when I was growing up, I did get very confused and I was very interested because the adults around me their behavior and they were suffering so much. So this is very I guess empathetic child. So I could feel what was happening around me I could see the suffering and so that did make. Me Inquire what is causing this and I think I read in the book at just age five years old I turned to my older sister and said, wow, this is gonna be really hard. It's going to be a hard life because I could just see it. You know there wasn't a lot of wisdom we were poor. We were black I was like, okay here we go. There there's you know this is going to be you know a of hill-climb here And I think I just I. Just stayed really interested and as I got older I started to study psychology. Young teenager I got very interested in self-help bugs and Wayne Dyer I was reading in the fifth grade. I read one of his books. How did you come into? Wayne dyers book and were you living in? Compton at the time now we were actually living in a little apartment. We were up in northern California. We had migrated up we back and forth between southern and northern. California and we're in northern California and my mother was depressed and went to the librarian went to the self help section, and of course all back. Then there was Louis. Wayne Tire. And Louis Hayes so I think it was his book you'll believe it when you you'll see it when you believe it. And I remember reading that and I remember saying, yes or something with my mind I knew it and he affirms But I wasn't I. Didn't have the support to go deeper. Obviously I was ten and so but I remember men something like, yes there's something going off my thinking and the people around me, their thoughts it's making them suffer and it's leading to this behavior and addiction, and so the night just continued he knows I got older and older until I really started. Practicing Meditation like Eighteen Nineteen and when when was that that I do you remember the first time you tried meditation. We'll the very first time was when I read. Wayne dyers book and I went in there. Then in there I I the funny thing is I, told my mother was six anyone to go to school. So I played like I was sick to stayed home. and. Had nothing to do at that time our TV was broken and we didn't have money to fix it, and so there was a stack of books that was it and that's let and I tried to practice I. Remember I tried to count down from ten to zero and I couldn't do it. Of course thought came you know I was noticing that and going Oh. Side gave up for that time being but I got really interested a later when I was a part of this church called Gubbay pay here in southern Colorado Beckwith Beckwith who I adore and I've who's been you know great supporter of mine endorsed my book and I started to practice more, and then that led me into different traditional. Hindu. Tradition with Parma's Uganda. Realization Fellowship Centralisation down the street here in Carlsbad. I really got into practice there but then not led me into of the Dharma and I. I long retreat was a day retreat where I learned the pasta meditation, which Cornfield Pasta Meditation Sometimes, a translation is sort of insight meditation insight meditation. What can I before we get there? Can You? Can you describe what led you to the to to that to go on at ten day retreat like why would? Is. Not. Every day that somebody just like is. Packed up and goes to a ten day retreat. So what led you to that we looking for something Well I think when I had joined the self realization fellowship, I was really interested in meditation. I'd read a book somebody left a book on my table, and in this apartment I was living in an Oakland and I opened it and it just. A whole world opened. It was all about meditation. And I realized then that I wanted to live a spiritual life, it was like it was like death rebirth moment and was like goodbye to this. Hello to this. Of course, I want to spiritually based life in years how I do it By circumstances around you where they conducive to that spiritual life. Now I mean, what were you doing? It's crazy town now selling timeshare living with this crazy guy I'm sure. Yeah. Selling timeshares that was smoking weed I. Wasn't you know I had bills. I wasn't responsible everything was you know we're at that time I moved in with him in East Oakland it was just it wasn't good and I got very depressed and self realization fellowship was beautiful. But they didn't have any technique. They just go to these three hour meditation kind of kind of method to apply. Exactly. They would just say love God and I would say, okay, I'm trying but three hours later I didn't know it didn't feel like I was getting where I needed to go. Right? It was like the self realization happening right thought about my issues for three hours. I. Didn't know how to eventually if I sat long enough. Out of sheer to giving up my mind got quiet but I needed I felt as if I needed a teacher, there was an living teacher was just the disciples in the programs that they had it in. You know. So I started praying for a living teacher I need help my brain. Oh, very much I prayed and prayed and prayed, and then sure enough I heard about this ten day retreat in the desert and they said they you. Instructions and there's teachers there and you can talk to them and they're alive. You know it's not just books.

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Doomsday Parents, Chad And Lori Daybell

True Crime Brewery

06:09 min | Last month

Doomsday Parents, Chad And Lori Daybell

"Laurie Velo Bouza forty, six year old mother of three married a fifty one year old father of five Chad Day bill. On November fifth two thousand nineteen in Kauai Hawaii. Chad's wife for close to thirty years. Tammy. Day. Bill have been found dead in her home just two weeks earlier. So obviously, they didn't waste much time remarrying. Stunningly Quick Tammy was in apparently healthy forty, nine year old woman infectious training for a marathon. Just, ten days before her death, which was October ninth two, thousand, Nineteen Tammy reported on facebook and the police that masked man had shouted her with what she thought could be a paint gun what's going on there right? Exactly. The other very interesting aspect is Laurie and Chad had picked out and ordered their wedding bands more than two weeks before Tammy Steph. That's right. Shoe on that one for a while right so October fourth to fifth tammy visited her parents Beck in Springville. Utah, where she's from and then a few days later on October nine, a man ski mask was shooting at her so I guess the police decided it was just some kind of prank because she thought it was a paint gun and they never found the guy, but it's very curious. WHOA, it is and it's really just the tip of the iceberg in this really strange case with all the suspicious occurrences just everything surrounding lawyer and Chad, his mess and very suspicious of course. Yes that's an understatement. So Chad Chad Day Bell is lawry's fifth husband. Laurie was born Laurie Noreen Cox June twenty sixth of Nineteen seventy-three in San Bernardino California and she grew up with two brothers Alex and Adam and two sisters Stacey and summer Alex Cox plays a really large role in this whole story so you need to remember him Adam lives in Kansas and he's worked as a radio personality, but he's pretty much out of the whole seen as far as we know so far. Stacy Cox died in her parents home when she was just twenty two years old and this was from complications of type one diabetes lorries remaining living sister Cox shift. Let was one of lorries, biggest defenders until June of this year, and that's when the remains of her children jj entirely were discovered on the property of Chad debacle. Now, people who knew Lori will have said that she really became a person after she became involved with shed she had been considered an excellent mother. And a good friend to many many years ago back in high school Lori was a happy energetic cheerleader at nineteen years of age. She married her high school sweetheart Nelson Jawans. This marriage is over within a year. Then when she was twenty two in Nineteen ninety-five Laurie Mary twenty-three-year-old. William but Sheila, and this marriage was in Travis County Texas. They had a son named Colby in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety six, and they ended up divorcing in nineteen. Ninety eight. So, by the time, she was twenty five years old she'd been married and divorced twice already. See and she has one child, and then in two thousand. One Lori Mary Joseph Ryan Joe Converted to Mormonism, and that was the religion it Laurie had been raised in. He didn't legally adopt coby coby took his last name. and. He and Laurie had a daughter together. That's highly in two, thousand, two and two, thousand, four in August Joe filed for divorce from Laurie. And it was finalized in two thousand five. In two, thousand, six, Joe Ryan filed a complaint with the court stating Lori was not complying with the visitation order. He asked she'd be held in contempt then August two, thousand, seven Joe is attacked by Laura's brother Alex. For. This guy chases show around with stun gun. He tased him twice and he threatened to kill him. Yes. So I'm going to ask probably a stupid question is this because of the divorce or because he took her back to court. I'm thinking it was related to the custody issue because the divorce was already finalized been finalized for over a year. But you know she was also looking at some trouble because she was in contempt of court. She wasn't bringing tighly for her visits and she was keeping tidily away from him. So, Alex Laura's brother was very protective of her and actually seemed obsessed at the time with killing Joe. Ryan the incident happened when Joe was leaving a supervised visit with his daughter Kylie and the attack ended when an eyewitness showed up. So Alex, pled guilty to aggravated assault resulting in serious bodily injury and ended up serving ninety days in jail, and this was in Austin Texas. But the custody battle between Joe and Laurie over tighly really got very dark at one point Laurie head to install cameras in the children's rooms and in the living room for the court to see what was going on in her house. But no abuse apparently was found from that camera footage but just so you know this was a really nasty custody situation. You're S, and then we have Joe Dying in April of two thousand, eighteen still young man. This was determined to be a heart attack they did not topsy, but then he his remains were cremated. This whole time has custody battle with over Retali- had continued to be ongoing, right? I. Believe he was fifty nine but he was pretty healthy and there were some strange things about his autopsy as well. Roy Yeah now the court documents say that Joe Ryan accused Laurie of parental alienation alleging that he had not seen his daughter for more than a year at one point. And he also referred to a court appointed psychologist who had interviewed Lori. And according to court paperwork the psychologist David, our pool

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Ready, set, go! Virtual Boston Marathon is about to be run

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Ready, set, go! Virtual Boston Marathon is about to be run

"It's a different kind of Boston marathon this year run in September not April and also done virtually not only is it virtual but runners can pick a time within a ten day period to compete you can run the Boston Marathon between September fifth through the fourteenth and you can take a good weather day you can take a weekend today and Lauren prochaine who's the director of operations for the Boston athletic association says there's an app that will try to make you feel like you are running the real thing you will hear the national anthem by our very own Boston Symphony Orchestra you will hear a starter's pistol to start your rate you'll hear audio cues the entire way and when they finished a marathon there's a tool that you can print out your own finish line and start line in your family and friends and all that for you as you complete your journey actually after

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30 60 90 With Mike Simmons

Daily Sales Tips

05:24 min | Last month

30 60 90 With Mike Simmons

"Talking about things in the context of thirty, sixty, ninety, you guys have heard me talk about this kind of Nauseam. It's like a cue go since talking about thirty, sixty ninety again. What does this mean? This is? A PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR DUMMIES WHY? Because I'm a dummy and I'm not. Certified I know the. I know who? Is Is. Project Management Book of knowledge or body of Knowledge Project Management Instituted Project Management Professional. Anyhow. That's not what this thirty sixty ninety. Why are we going? Accomplish the next thirty days? What are we going to accomplish in the next sixty days? What are we going to accomplish in the next ninety days? Notice I say next thirty next sixteen next ninety reason why next three next sixteen next ninety or important to me because I'm not GonNa just wait. The next period before I deliver that I'll anger try to deliver those things as soon as possible. But these are the things I want to accomplish in the next thirty days. Next Sixty S next ninety days you've heard me talk about this before in the design backward execute going forward. So if I know that I need to get a contract and in order to implant something I've going to have to get a contract. So my implementation gate is on. must do simple math your wonders in December. Center I might implementation. In order to implement on December I probably have to do some kind of proof of concept or some kind of soft launch is called the soft launch radio soft launch inside the organization to make sure things work technically. So back off. You thirty days to do that soft launch. So. In order to do that soft launch and thirty s actually got a contract in place. That means I doubt the contract in place by November I well, in order to get the contract in place by November, I gotTa have due diligence done. GotTa. Have whatever contracting process done now my take let's say that that takes fourteen days. Let's say it's really really vast. We're talking about a single page paper release things in and out the second do that fourteen days. So now by November fifteen, I've gotta have contract in hand of the person on the other end. Now I didn't factor in his what's between November fifteenth and December verse. The thanksgiving, right so got skin which is going to be a holiday period that I gotta work on. So I'm to back this up another seventy S. so now were November seven contract people were can hand. That's just if we're gonna hit everything on time. Now beyond that I've got to agree to the terms early in the contract well, that might take a couple of weeks depending on who is going to be involved. We have to give people from purchasing to get people from. Other groups do have to get the technical people involved who else needs to be part of. So what we want to have in here is an implementation plan that gets us all the way to December I kinda walks out what is that entire period look like so then we know that we at least we're nine point where we're talking about something. Let's say October first the likelihood getting that deal done is actually really really low. So if you WANNA deal done and you want to get something implemented I December probably need to be talking with those folks those folks in getting organized around things by the first of October. We don't have that place in the likelihood of US getting that deal done pretty low now if we got longer. Cell cycles than we've got to extend those in the thirty, sixty ninety becomes more challenging. So my first thirty days. My next sixty is next ninety days. Ninety days out might be we go ahead and we watch to the audience. So launch. By the end of sixties within that first sixty days, we have our soft launch plan we know who the stakeholders are. How things are going to be communicated Guy Maybe. We've got our success criteria established. Thirty years before. We've got our scoped out. And we got general buying or decision on putting these things. Now, we could plug in a lot of these things and to be honest with you. Hate when people say that. So here I go saying that I said that I can go three different occasions today including on another video recorded by what I? WanNa. DO IS WANNA. Look at this in the context of this could be three hours, six hours, nine hours. So the next three hours next six hours, nine hours I want to get in the next three days sixty days nine days next three weeks, six weeks, nine weeks. Very. Sixty ninety three months, six months, nine months. Three years, six years, nine years just break it up into smaller pieces of three so they can always start attacking those. Point time in this area and I'm not hitting on those marks I know where my risk is and I see I might have to adjust before I get too close right out here kind of work at something that's supposed to happen in ten days and the reality is we have been front of Trinity. So that's why thirty sixty ninety day are so important to me these do not need to be really complex couple ballpoints these milestones or mile markers that we want to get through the movies died posts in your journey from. One July or mcnabb drive from Austin Texas to Orange California.

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20 Minutes About Traditional Chinese Medicine

20 Minute Fitness

05:50 min | Last month

20 Minutes About Traditional Chinese Medicine

"Welcome back to twenty minutes fitness. I'm Kessler and you're listening to your favorite podcast for health and fitness science and technology. Today we're airing the second part of my conversation with Dr Marcus Gado, a leading Chinese medicine practitioner from Europe who spend close to a decade in China learning the ancient Art of traditional Chinese medicine also referred to as. If, you haven't listened to last week's part one of our conversation. You May WanNa poss here and listen to it first so that you can learn about his background and what he believes, he can teach us about our own emotional wellbeing and healthy nutrition in today's podcast who we will continue the conversation and cover how. Six to guide how we should exercise sleep and even have sex. Yes. Heard correctly the how and when of sex also plays a role of healthy living in ancient Chinese wisdom. So beware that today's episode is pg rated because of that disclaimer why Chinese medicine has been around for thousands of years? It is really just at the cusp of being scientifically looked at an understood it is usually fascinating topics we. Wanted to share with you, it is hard not medical advice by any means nor endorsement of the scientific validity or efficiency of any of its practices or interventions. Having said that we do try to stick to only the things that have already been backed up by signs, and you can find a full list of studies and Research Without show notes on twenty minute dot fitness. All right. Let's have at it. Or let's move on to to sleep I. Think the third tip is get plenty again seasonal steep was is that mean? Yeah. If you look at animals, they're way more Richard Eight. Some analysts even hibernate in summer and social we we shouldn't be sleeping the same amount of hours throughout the whole year and well, it's good general of funding to get at least eight hours of sleep in the wintertime nine or ten hours is fine and in the summertime if you're feeling really energetic seven or six and a half if you're feeling great is actually not the bad for you and but the Chinese say that. Especially, the early Stephen in modern sleep research confirms this that early steep, sexy, more beneficial because you're getting a lot more autographs wrong excreted in the hours roughly before midnight and so the Chinese advocates between nine thirty and ten thirty, and then of course, old biohacking stuff you know keeping blue light our heading your house of very dim lights getting you really into this calm evening mode and have no ben at a TV and don't eat obviously before you go to directly before you're gonna go to bed and instead off the Chinese medicine advocates to have some green team your cup of tea because it's so. Call me you down activating the Perez pathetic nervous system. It's advocating for a bit of movement no meditation before you go to bed or even even taking a hot foot. That's a great little trick that you can fall asleep or joystick colts he keeps you up take a hot foot and research has shown that down hot foot actually heading the black by heading this hot water your feet. It increases the circulation periphery in your feet which saw in our regulatory process lowers the corporate body temperature, and we'll have a lower temperature it signals to the brain. Time and so these are some little tricks that the Chinese advocates and in another great one is actually funded fool study here Naski and others in two thousand seven they had two hundred thousand subjects in Greece against epidemiology but again, food for thought day found a thirty seven percent reduction in cardiovascular disease of people who regularly had a Siesta who took a little nap at night thing that study was quoted in a wide receiver is really interesting book I that everyone should read yeah. That's the guy from UC Berkeley, Matthew Walker that's right So So yeah a lot of these these things that they that they already figured out and keep the probation is a big one, right Here's another statistics who has National Health Center for statistics in nineteen sixty, two percent of American slept less than six hours while in two thousand four, it was already thirty percent. So generally speaking we're not sleeping enough. So wildly you WanNa just your sleep in obviously the day is longer than summer so you could also stay up a little bit longer but the country in the wintertime you shouldn't feel bad on your cells you need nine or ten hours of sleep a really give your buddy that go with the season skull was the dynamic of nature and let your body hibernate Chinese proverb says no losing a night of sleep as followed by ten days of inconvenience. Never never sacrifice after sacrifice sleep and sleep a little bit more in winter, and then you can stay up longer and have more energy into following summer. Again, let's just quickly touch on the fourth a little hit or tip to stay healthy in twenty twenty I picked this one because I think it's contrary to what we believe in the West and does the about exercise movement excise the Chinese things that moderation here again is key. So we shouldn't be doing chronic cardio over having really high pulse rate on training for ultramarathons but instead we should go on strolls and walks and we should exercise buddy while the do it in short intervals and with a high intensity. High intensity interval training or just even intensity training where we doing body weight exercise in keeping a muscle mass obstacles casino the Muscles Pretty, much ski organ of Longevity. You can draw a line of lean body mass versus fat mass and an pretty much. 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South Dakota officials warn of COVID-19 exposure at Sturgis

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

South Dakota officials warn of COVID-19 exposure at Sturgis

"South Dakota officials are warning that a number of people who attended the ten day Sturgis motorcycle rally have come down with the corona virus and they're getting reports from health officials out of state that their residents have also tested positive the motorcycle rally brought hundreds of thousands discourages and ended last weekend the coronavirus testing on residents began right after Gage Connelly told black hills fox news it puts a lot of people's minds at ease especially since a lot of people are angry that they let the rally happen I feel like this is like a step towards the right direction but are you Matt says he doesn't agree everyone needs to get tested I don't think it's necessary for everybody city manager Daniel Ainslie says they're being proactive a lot of it will mean continued testing more testing to try to identify those people and really encouraging employers as well to really ensure that they're continuing a lot of the health care screening South Dakota health officials reported Thursday a hundred and twenty five new cases in the state and two new deaths I'm Julie Walker

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Mauritius must brace for 'worst case scenario' after oil spill

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:22 min | Last month

Mauritius must brace for 'worst case scenario' after oil spill

"About the oil spill in Mauritius and the very human cost. So, we've had this story rollover at least for the last two weeks but the difficult decisions that were made or in incorrect at decisions that were made a probably going to haunt the people of militias for decades to come. So there was a cargo ship which struck a reef about three weeks ago it didn't stop leaking field for about ten days and nobody did anything about it knowing The risk and that ingredient is now in place a, the captain of the ship has been arrested but the devastation for people of Mauritius is is just unfolding and you and Bloomberg is talking about the very human cost in terms of local fishermen who are being directly affected by all this. Yeah. We know that Mauritius is a big hub for tourism which will be affected because. People to access that area and the the livelihoods of everybody else is dependent very much on a fishing and generation. This is we're talking decades and decades of lives and families who've lived off the fish from the on going to be able to do that in that region anymore

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1910 Edinburgh Missionary Conference

5 Minutes in Church History

04:16 min | Last month

1910 Edinburgh Missionary Conference

"In June of Nineteen Ten World Missionary Conference took place in. Edinburgh Scotland. This conference met for a total of ten days. It was international it was ecumenical. About twelve hundred delegates from mostly Europe and America and representing all sorts of Protestant denominations came together to spend these days talking about the need for world missions world missions can look like. In the beginnings then of the twentieth century, you can trace the roots of the World Council of Churches Actually. Back, to the Edinburgh Missionary Conference. The World Council of Churches was established in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty eight, and you could pull on the threads of various groups that led up to it and you'd be taken right back to Edinburgh Missionary Conference. It was a very pivotal moment in the twentieth century. So let's take a look at five aspects of the Edinburgh Missionary Conference. I as we've mentioned, it was ecumenical. Now at that time, it was predominantly Protestant when we're talking about ecumenical there were no Roman Catholics present. There were no Greek Orthodox president there were only Protestant denominations present. But as a term ecumenical continued to expand and expand and broaden in broaden. So. I you talk about within Protestant denominations then accu medical would come to mean Protestant and Catholic and Jewish. Then you would add Islam then you would add eastern religions today the word ecumenical is very broad in very elastic. Well. The second thing about the end borough missionary conference is related to that question of the Ecumenical Movement in that is the question of inclusive ism or pluralism. Then Borough Missionary Conference consisted of eight major reports, and one of them was on this topic the missionary message in relation to the Non Christian world and they began raising questions is Jesus Christ the only way Is the Bible, the true and final. Authority is Christianity that is biblically faithful Christianity is that the only true religion and so you can begin to see how those questions could be answered in the wrong way and lead to very deleterious negative consequences. Well, that's the question of inclusive ISM and pluralism. A third aspect of the Edinburgh missionary conferences that it did increase attention to missions. The nineteenth century, the eighteen hundreds was a great century of modern missions. It was the century of William Carey missionary. Expansion. Well, the twentieth witnessed even greater missionary activity, and during the Twentieth Century missionary activity was carried on even during and despite of world wars travel got much easier and so missions expansion increase. So the twentieth century was a great century of modern missions. One aspect of this in particular is our fourth thing and that is the impact on Africa. Of course, leading into nineteen hundred Africa was dominated by Islam and by the folk religions that were across the continent. But after this conference, significant attention was given to Africa and there was this major push missions. into the continent of Africa one book chronicling this was published in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, five, it was entitled Africa, an Open Door, and so the Edinburgh Missionary Conference inspired and encouraged mission endeavors. In Africa we'll fifthly the Edinburgh conference served to remind the delegates and the constituencies they represented of the great need of the big world that we live in in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ten, the world's population was one point five, billion people. In June, of twenty, twenty. The world population is estimated at seven point seven billion. It's the big world and that's a big need.

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New York Mets' DeGrom and Yankees' LeMahieu Both Placed on Injured List

GSMC Baseball Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

New York Mets' DeGrom and Yankees' LeMahieu Both Placed on Injured List

"Jacob. degrom the mets we all know Jacob degrom, but he was crash from his start on Friday. With a against the phillies with some next stiffness, he'll start his planning on starting against the marlins Miami and you know. I'm surprised actually pitching to be completely honest because. The season is pretty much I. Mean I guess that he would be. He would basically just be doing it so he could get paid at this point, but I mean he would get his prorated salary regardless if he was playing or not at the mets are nine and fourteen therefore games out of the. Four Games out of the East lead they've already lost one two of their best players with marcus, stroman and Noah syndergaard. Know. Why he would even play. It doesn't look like the mets are really going to be doing anything in the division. So. I mean. A. Whole I'll just come back through another game and then and then pretty much just opt out of the season if I were him but. You know he's he's out there playing and he's doing a great job this season and you know you gotta come you got you give him his props for endlessly fighting for the New York mets even then they haven't. You know they've been trying to hold onto whatever relevancy they've had since the I think it was Twenty Sixteen World Series, Twenty Fifteen, twenty, six world series when they lost to the Kansas city royals but alongside him another one in another player from the Bronx went down this weekend. Dj Lemay Hugh. Aaron Boone said the digital mayhew is going to be out for about two to three weeks. He was placed on the ten day de L. With thumbs strain. Suffered it just on a swing in the fourth innings. Nathan you've all the which is not. Not a good sign for the New York Yankees but I mean they're they brought up Miguel and do hard their defense is going to go down but their offense will stay. Will stay you know. Fairly even Keel for the most part I would say they would go down a little bit because Dj here's a four hundred hater and Miguel Angel Harz in anything like that. But I think M Miguel and do Haro. You'll love the at a little bit more power to the lineup. And? They'll lose a little bit of the base but I mean they're they're crews in right now. So I mean it's not going to hurt the Yankees a little too much.

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Virginia Becomes First State to Try Covidwise Pandemic App From Apple, Google

Daily Coronavirus Update

04:44 min | Last month

Virginia Becomes First State to Try Covidwise Pandemic App From Apple, Google

"The first Bluetooth exposure notification APP has launched in Virginia and it's called covert. Wise. The APP uses Bluetooth chirps to detect if you've been in close contact with someone who has tested positive while it's very easy to use or to really be effective in needs widespread adoption. Jeffrey Fowler Tech Columnist at The Washington Post joins us for this useful APP with very little privacy risk. Thanks for joining US Jeffrey. Wanted to talk about this APP out of Virginia, it's called COVID. Wise. It's an exposure notification APP using Bluetooth on your phone. So you might have some other contact tracing APPs with regards to corona virus. One is a Little Different Your Bluetooth sends out pins basically, and if you've come into contact with somebody for more than fifteen minutes and you're within six feet distance, the APP might tell you you've been exposed then you can go get a test all that. Usually we bring you on on the PODCAST Jeff, we're talking about privacy with apps and things like that, and in this case you've kind. Of, run. This thing through many tests and you've kind of come to the conclusion that your privacy really is an at risk and it would actually be a benefit if people were a lot of people downloaded this thing so we can try to keep this thing under control. So Jeff, tell us a little bit about covert wise and the tests you ran through it and what your conclusions were. Nobody was more surprised than me. The big problems that a lot of these APPs and the idea of using our phones to help track exposure to the coronavirus has had is that people frankly just don't trust tech companies and they just don't trust the government and I can't blame you companies have done very little to earn that trust and Edward Snowden taught us all that the government really can't be trusted either. But that said when Google and apple this. Spring got together and said, Hey, they thought that they had figured out a way to make our phones useful for figuring out if we were exposed to some of krona virus I was intrigued because they said they were going to build it from the ground up with privacy in mind. So we finally got the first of these in the US in the state of Virginia Colbert wise and it came out earlier in August and it was there I was like. We gotTA test. We got to see if they really live up to the promises and from everything we've been able to tell so far from our testing I've had thirty five colleagues at the post to live in Virginia and they're all testing for me. We learn two things. First thing we learned is that that doesn't seem to be really much of a privacy risk here these APPs Bluetooth to communicate to phones nearby they don't collect your location they don't. Send information about where you've been a her you've been in contact with to the government. It's actually a pretty clever system looked under the hood as well. Just just to double check they weren't sending out more information than than they claim and they work. That was the first thing. The second thing we learned is we still don't know actually this idea is going to work very well, those thirty five Washington Post colleagues who were testing them none of them got. -cation from this APP over a ten day period. Now, that could be for many reasons. It could be like they were just being really good at social distancing. It means that not many people around them. We're using it or it could mean that there's some problems with the idea that the phones can do this. But only way we're going to really figure that out is if a lot more people try it and that's one of the interesting parts experts estimate that up to sixty percent of the population needs to be using these exposure apps for them to. Be. Effective. So in Virginia that means they need about five million people to download it. But in its first weeks, covert wise got three hundred and eighty thousand downloads so very far short of that number needed. But there's other things that are kind of become a problem with this is in Virginia just by itself, but there's no big national system. So say you travel between states just whatever you come into contact with somebody else maybe using a different APP it's not this cold wise one. You know it's not all going to work. So seamlessly America's APP expeditionary. Strategy suffers from. Some of the same problems as the rest of our coronavirus strategy and that it's very local based very steep based. So as it set up right now in the United States, every state health department would have to make their own version of one of these APPs fads expressed any interest even though in other countries, it is kind of national government that's been working on these kinds of APPs. The good news is that about twenty states? Now have said that they're working on these kinds of Virginia three more joint it. So we already four out there in the wild and has been announced and effort that would make these absolute communicate with each other a little bit so that you could cross state borders with it. So that's a work in progress but not there yet,

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Lawn Renovation Do's and Don'ts.

Your Gardening Questions

05:58 min | Last month

Lawn Renovation Do's and Don'ts.

"You know this is you mentioned his midsummer were getting into August and between now and the the middle of August when you like to start lawn renovations. Means Mark and and most of it is getting ready showed. So to speak up until August fifteenth now that's not a magic day, but it's it's a period of time where I like to get the seed purchase. The fertilizer purchased I like to you. If I need to use it, I like to get the roundup ready to kill off the weeds and so on and it depends on this year in my limited travels. Because of the virus and so on I have not seen longs in great suffering condition. Now, they're getting a little brown from here to there but then depending on where you are in varying spots, it does rain get things going again and so on. So in any event to get things around then if I'm watching the calendar, which is just a generality, the August fifteenth period where it's still haunting drive is when I like. To get started on lawn renovation. Now, this when I say renovation, it's where you may be lost lawn and in my case, it's a smaller area. Thank Heavens but it's north of my house. It's it's a spot where somehow some annual bluegrass that started it is always luscious spring to the point of getting well over into the the perennial beds in one place. Then all of a sudden come roughly all this one, it just dies. Flat to the ground, it's done. It's done. It's thing for the year and that leaves me a bare spot or spots spot is not now it's not so big. But at the same time, I, go in with a shot around up. Well, I have in the past this year I don't think I'll need to I'll knock out any weeds that are being substantially nasty and then around the I I'm sorry around the fifteenth. I will scratch that up with a steel Tien Rake and be v. lets you say because of its size and area I will be ready to cede that at any point thereafter I get it scratched up and so on. I usually don't have much breed rakoff I kinda great it out after I've kinds of the ground, half an inch or more and more is better there's no question about it but a half an inch will give me a seedbed. So I get to see down a little fertilizer on top of I have in this case, I use compost that made. It just literally dusted over the top mainly just to keep those seeds moist during the heat of the day of and we'll go on with that thought where now if you have to really renovated lawn, it's a good time to win anytime now and thereafter after good rain or watering, you get the junk weeds grass and so on all growing then you hit them with around up then he weighed maybe ten days or thereabouts to see that everything has been in fact killed if so fine. If not give it another shot of round up then I think it's a ten day week period before you can see then at that point, you have some options and I caused guy great caused a nation and a significant aren't argument. One time we took in the slice Cedar. loaded. The top rack, each of the seed. Each of the little times on the bleed. have their about an inch and a half apart the seed drops in behind those the fertilizer, etc and up comes the grass. Well, the grass was coming up in rows and he's Hey, call me just more than a little bit anger. I didn't want a striped on I wanNA hold on I said, well, we've used bluegrass which will spread it is going to do so take a picture now just for fun sake Fun He's at I'm looking at it is a different situation. Anyhow, he did take the picture and years. Later we talked about his stripy lawn being quite lush and beautiful I happen to use the slice cedar on its own, just sometimes for cultivation sake under circumstances but it's a wonderful tool forgetting seed into little troughs or slits in the grass Amsoil seed should not be very deep into that most seeds well, generally speaking mark on seeds it you put it in the ground twice the deficit it is in diameter. Now with bluegrass seed that means you lay it on top. With with the perennial well with the Turf Type Pretty Well Ryan you put down another sixteenth of an inch but in any event you've made these little flips the. You put the grass seed down and at that point, then you start watering and the seed in terms of setting the depth of these knife blades. So to speak, I would not go any deeper than a quarter of an inch into the ground. You don't want to bury the darn seeds you want them where they can stay moist, they can be rooting into soil. By contacts but you don't want them down buried in in in do much shade from the We'd like up and so on. So you're going to be putting down seed you will come up and rose and give it then Well you have to allow on the BLUEGRASS itself. It's going to take twenty one days for it to germinate in in terms of generality, and I'll SOM-, maybe in fourteen days some maybe as late as thirty days but but twenty one days, it takes to get the bluegrass going in the meantime that they've type tall fescue will be up giving us some color cover and it Cetera, and we're back into a

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"ten days" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

04:58 min | 6 months ago

"ten days" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"From one. Day I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this. Wednesday April first on this show we are always interested in innovation after all innovation is perhaps the single factor that matters most when it comes to competition and it turns out innovation may also be the most important factor when it comes to battling Kovic nineteen today we turn to the ventilator shortage. You've heard all about it right. We're GONNA look at how several businesses are innovating their products and their processes as in manufacturing processes to fight against this virus and the clock of course by any estimate the US is short tens of thousands of life-saving ventilators and so is the rest of the world. This ventilator shortage is many technical problem. First there's the product itself. All ventilators aren't alike. They don't all serve the same kinds of patients they tend to be bulky. Costly require the services of highly trained specialists. That's a problem that inventor James dyson founder of dyson Ltd has pledged to solve at the request of British Prime Minister. Boris Johnson. Who as you may have heard was himself diagnosed with Kovic? Nineteen dyson found a way to invent a smaller. More affordable battery operated ventilator in just ten days according to Fast Company dyson says his new ventilator called Co vent can be manufactured quickly efficiently and at volume. Additionally healthcare providers can use the cove and outside of traditional hospital rooms a critical feature should hospitals run out of beds as they are expected to. Dyson is known for reinventing products that few others realize need reinventing. The company is tackled everything from vacuum cleaners to hairdryers to fans in air purifiers. It's those last products that provide a clue into why a vacuum cleaner company would have the expertise to redesign ventilators in two thousand. Nine dyson engineers created a bladeless fan which led to a new kind of heater. And ultimately to an air purifier and humidifier in other words devices that Move Entry Air. That dyson working with the British designed for him could reinvent ventilator. In a week and a half captured an anxious public's attention but innovation is often stalled by regulation and that's the case with dyson 's new ventilator. The British government still has to approve it which will stall the start of manufacturing for at least a few weeks. The British government has ordered ten thousand of new machines. Dyson will donate one thousand of them to the UK and another five thousand to other countries so the first problem is a persistent lack of design innovation leaving us with bulky complicated expensive machines the second is a need for more innovation when it comes to the manufacturing process itself. That's what we're running into in this country. We need a mammoth quantity of ventilators in an extraordinarily short time. The pandemics peak is currently predicted to occur nationwide on April fifteenth but it's far from easy for manufacturers of one product to overhaul their factories and their supply chains to create another overnight particularly under current conditions. And that's exactly what America's car companies are trying to do in the US manufacturing innovation is coming from partnerships between ventilator businesses large and small and mammoth automakers including Ford and GM. Let's take forward for starters. The multibillion dollar automaker has offered its assembly lines to General Electric's healthcare division to mass produce G. E. Ventilators now on its own. Ge has already doubled production according to Bloomberg but it can ramp up in far greater volume with Ford's help Executive Chairman Bill. Ford Henry Ford's Great. Great grandson has dubbed the Attempt Project Apollo after the Apollo Thirteen mission. That is often associated with phrase. Failure is not an option. Get it before it predicts the first ventilators will come out of its plants in June. The company is also producing face shields and partnering with three M. to increase production of respirators. Gm for its part is deploying. Its KOKOMO Indiana factory to make tens of thousands of events in a race against time collaboration with ventilator maker. Ventech life systems and in a partnership unlikely during Normal Times Ford is coordinating with its rival to avoid duplicating efforts when reaching out to part suppliers. Bloomberg reports every day more businesses are offering their empty assembly lines for the cause is not the first time for four which made iron lungs a kind of ventilator for polio victims during the nineteen forty eight epidemic and the auto industry effort as a whole hearkens back to another war altogether. World War Two when President Franklin Roosevelt called upon American industry to make ships planes and guns to fight an entirely different kind of enemy. He called that the arsenal of democracy and he said this can be accomplished only if we discard the notion of business as usual. Then as now it certainly business as unusual and we are committed to tracking these changes as the world wages war against cove in nineteen.

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"ten days" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Journal.

"Time for our troops to come back home but not all US troops actually left about one thousand stayed behind and then about two weeks Oh president trump and the president of Turkey got on the phone that phone call set off a cascade of other events virtually all us oops are now leaving Syria Russia Syria and Iran are moving in to fill a power vacuum and Turkey is carrying out of violent incursion into the country today Vice President Mike Pence and secretary of State Mike Pump Heo travel to Turkey to try and real in the chaos it's unfolded in the wake of that one phone call and this afternoon pence announced a pause in the fighting today on the show why the removal of just a few dozen US troops on the border of Syria and Turkey set off a chain of events that has reshuffled power in the Middle East welcome to the journal our show about money business and power I'm Caitlyn bought and I'm Ryan Knutson is Thursday October seventeenth between trump's decision to withdraw troops from this part of Syria and pence's trip today a lot has transpired Turkey invaded Russian troops have also moved in civilians have been killed and the balance of power in the Middle East has been reshaped and it's all happening in a small area of the Middle East it's currently held by a group of people called the Kurds CBS the Kurds in this region have sort of been a dispossessed group dating back to the Ottoman Empire they're predominantly based in this part of the world they live in the intersection of the borders of Iraq Iran key and Syria Diane Nissenbaum covers the Middle East from a noisy office in Beirut his covered the Pentagon and spent time in the Kurdish areas Turkey and they had hoped in the olden days that they would get their own state and that never happened with world powers and the redrawing of borders and so they've sort of Bennett minority in each of these countries and in this zone between countries and allegiances Kurds have been aligned with many people most recently they've aligned with the United States in the fight against Isis well for them it was a matter of survival the US started working with Kurdish fighters in twenty fourteen when Islamic state was expanding its caliphate in Iraq and Syria and in twenty fourteen Islamic state moved into northeastern Syria which is a predominantly Kurdish area and the US is equally relied on the Kurds to help heap the areas stable together the US and the Kurds in northern Syria have maintained a balance there but one of the countries that borders this region has never have been happy with the US Curtis relationship and that's Turkey Turkish President Rachel type air to one his warned that the Kurdish people could be a threat to Turkey President Erdo on saying wait what are you doing you're working with these Kurdish fighters that we considered terrorists in this is unacceptable to us knockin allow you to do it and the US sang back to them look we've got to defeat Islamic state that's our top priority and we're going to work with them why did Turkey they were terrorists the Kurds Turkey over the decades they've carried out of variety of terrorist attacks and suicide bombing things in an effort to obtain rights or potentially get autonomy and Turkey the group in Syria has no ambitions to attend Jack Turkey so for years the US government has sort of tried to balance these competing interests with Turkey saying you're working with Ariston Syria they're a threat to us you need to stop working with them and the Kurdish fighters who were working alongside America's elite Fighters to eliminate Islamic state in American military officials in the Pentagon saying these are critical fighters these are the people that helped us defeat omic state and we need to stand by them Turkey has remained unhappy with the arrangement over the last few months it's been getting ready to do something about oughta Turkey was trying to push the Syrian Kurdish fighters off the border the Syrian Kurdish forces controlled hundreds of miles of boarder and Turkey saw them as a threat in September and through most of the fall in fact the US in Turkey where trying to work on a peaceful Oh plan to essentially come up with a what they call the safe zone or buffer zone plan in which the Kurdish fighters in Syria would move away from the Turkish board her and they're in the process of doing this in fact the Kurdish fighters in Syria had removed a bunch of barriers fortifications on on the border the head moved back from the border in a few places try and send a message that they were willing to compromise but President Erdo on was getting impatient Erdo unwanted the Kurds to get off the board order with Turkey and it wasn't happening fast enough for him so he set a deadline for the US to figure out a peace deal the deadline September thirtieth when that day came Kurdish forces hadn't moved and the US hadn't finalized its peace deal yet so President Air John had said we're going to move in Mrs Turkish military and their Syrian allies were massing on the Turkey Syria border preparing to go in and president trump sets up the Paul with President Hairdo on to try and avert the Turkish military from going in so there were Turkish troops on the border with Syria Dan on the board of this area where the Americans were in president trump initiated the call initially thinking that he would be trying to get air to wander back down that's right yes eight any longer I'm sending the forces in and so then what did president trump eventually actually end up saying on this phone call and there's been a lot of conflicting reporting about this and from my vantage point I have to say it's not entirely clear what he said what decisions were so what happened on that call the first line that we got was from the Turkish side which sort of made it sound like they were still GonNa continue to talk they were still going to continue to work.

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Okay. Back to the show are Jamie. You won't do some lights. Let's see since this is a holiday. So we're not gonna do a red light. Because you're just too much joy and holiday cheer here. And we'll sustain negatively. So let's do why would you cut straight degree is? Because I think we want to talk a little bit about like our favorite green nights of the year. Right. I know. So we spent all year every single episode picking green lights sharing things that we've loved movies music bucks podcast. All the things we thought we would look back and let you really know. Let's let's just give an award right? It is a perfect time. We don't do best. I've list, but we did we did think we could go ahead and look at our own green lights from the last year and decide what do we think is the best best thing that we experience. In pop culture. And for me, I picked a nonfiction any fiction book. So my favorite nonfiction SEM. I green lit it in episode two forty and it was educated a memoir by terra westover. It's going to be made into a film. It's on the best of list of many, many, many places. It is a memoir about a girl who kept out of school leaves her survivalist family and goes on to earn a PHD from Cambridge University, many hijinks ensue, it's both a really sad story. But it's fascinating as well. Because listen, you know, as you learned in the last episode of the podcast. I am fascinated by people who don't other in colts fantastic. Then my second book, the green light that I had is a fiction, and it is by author that Knox recommended in a green light of his own. That's Riley Sager in the book is the last time. I lied. It was a green light episode to fifty seven. It is a thriller that will keep you up all night long. And it's about a woman who returns to her childhood summer camp too. Uncover the truth about a tragedy that happened fifteen years earlier, and again, hijinks ensue, it's so good. So if you're looking to add to books to your to be read pile for twenty nineteen those are two I would recommend the most what are your favorite green lights of twenty eighteen? So I've got a couple more saga fast can cover more ground. My favorite books. Was commonwealth. The after lives and the oracle year. Commonwealth has more of a family drama after lives a little supernatural issue. But like chilled out supernatural and the oracle years. Like straight up thriller. Supernatural I think I've gotten most Commonwealth is serious book, the oracle year is kind of pulpy, and I've gotten the most feedback that people really like that. So I am after just kind of Indy kind of movie book my favorite movie of the year by panther. Like, I went through all the movies. It's my favorite movie experience and TV show. I want to throw those in it's killing even succession. Those are my favorite to buy a long long margins are good, look, I feel like I need to do mind since you did yours doesn't seem fair that I wouldn't do my favorite thrown in there. Okay. So my favorite TV show was killing eve, it was my favorite show. And now you can stream it on Hulu for those wintering where to find it. It's on Hulu, and it is fantastic. I also loved maniac on Netflix and. And I just thought it was magical. I thought it was a tough year for TV to be honest. I don't think there's a lot of good. There's not a lot of good stuff that came to TV this year. So those are great and I like succession as well. And then my favorite movie of twenty eight teen might I can't remember if I green it or just you green lit it. And I went high five, but it is a quiet place. I loved my place so much because I don't normally watch tense thriller movies. I and I did I watched two this year. I watched a horror film hereditary, and I watched quiet place, which was super scary. But not like horror scary. Not jump scary. But like, it was very tense, very tense. But I thought it was so well done and actually made me really happy that John Cruden sqi has found a sweet spot because it was not. It was not Jack Ryan side. No. It was good. It was really good employees coz on. Okay, guys. This can do for the subset of the podcast in before we go. I remember anytime you doing shopping make sure to go to Amazon dot com slash shop slash. Guess I say your purchases are failing link item purchase using dialing this week was Johnny item..

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"I was like can IB Irish what's the opportunity for me to be Irish if I get red hair. Well, that helped me move towards the Irish listen, I love me, some Edward burns. Like love him. I think they probably lost it when they were like do the scene where you pitch frost yourself, and he's just like fresh show, whatever like just do. It. Don't care what you're gonna do what you're gonna do. I know fresh really only Matthew Matty mckanna could've even pulled that off. Like, look, the the the big pair of wave owes. You gotta be holding in your pants to pitch frost yourself and be confident about it. Kudos to interrupt. Another pitch me like. Process yourself. I love it. All right. The before we end we have to end with a grade. So we do a steal from zero to hundred like grade school give me that number, Jamie. And I do wanna clarify for listeners. He might be new and have never heard any of our other cinema side pieces you, and I have a very clear disagreement on what makes an ABCD or e e f because in my school. It was always if it was in the nineties it was an an eighties. It was a be seventy C sixty and everything below sixty was failing. But that's not how was it your school, right? Ours was ninety three two hundred was a eighty nine be. And then below that. I don't remember Jamie because I never made below the sand. So did I. And technically in my mind, giving it a b minus. I'm giving it to be minus number. I want a number eighty I'm giving it a native to be minus in my mind. I'm giving it an eighty because I think it is great on the rewatch. It's a funny movie. Their chemistry is ridiculous. I think Kate Hudson is thrown fastballs in every scene. I just love it. It's got a lot of weaknesses to it. In terms of like rewatching it fifteen years later. You know, there's some stuff that doesn't hold up, and even then there's some there's some silly jokes. And like you said the supporting cast is weak. But but I think it's good enough to keep that be score. Because they're just so good together. They're so good the chemistry. I'm Alanna eighty. That's also be minus. But different different number, obviously. Because I think if you remake this today don't know that changes that much I think the only tweak or punch-up you'd get is probably. The poker scene. I feel like that would be stunt casting central. It would be the Wilson brothers. Woody Harrelson, Wes Anderson an athlete, Lance Armstrong. And like, it would be hysterical. Like you'd really into as it is. It's really weak and really bad. Probably the local in the movie for me. But I don't think it changes that much. So I think that's why I want I want at least give it a B one. At least give it a b. Hey, guys, a quick talk.

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"He's a young father guy's girlfriend pregnant high school, and that could have been like a little rabbit trail. We went down, and that's why it has the kid and Matthew mcconaughey really loves him. And looks after him stuff like that. I think it's completely possible. So yeah, okay. History stays alive. What is what's the biggest flaw in this movie for you? I think looking back because I did not realize how poorly reviewed this movie. Whereas by the way. Travers who I love as a as a movie critic said when a chick flick goes wrong, and this one hits a dead end in hell, it's a wipe out. So I would say the biggest flaw is that critics took this movie too seriously, like every critic response, I read was just this is too implausible. It's like kinds. It's rom com. The Sacramento Kings in the finals. Yeah. This is a crazy world we live in like get outta my face like that falls in love with the groom of wedding planning on. That's like doesn't matter if it can happen. We're just gonna get time here settle down. Roger Ebert said how to lose a guy in ten days is not alas pitched at that modest level of sophistication and provides us with two young people who were like pawns in a six game for the developmentally changed. Who was in a bad mood. I don't know. I don't think you liked it. Can I tell you in the light of how people describe this movie, my favorite, always common sense media? Because like sometimes I forget like, oh because even as we're talking about this movie, you might be thinking. Well, can I watch this movie with my kids like do? I remember this correctly because it's PG thirteen. There's some things obviously that are issue. But I do wanna read a couple of sentences from since sentences from common sense media's review, they say drinking to the point of drunkenness is portrayed as a way to handle unhappiness most important, this is a movie in which the characters to each other and manipulate each other and make no effort to tell each other the truth. Even after they have become very close. I love commonsense. Media coming in with like, the life lessons, your children will learn if they watch this may be entertained by it. Reader child start drinking when they're unhappy. Now. It's tough itself. I would say don't if I was coming since Meteo say don't waste, a lamb dinner on a strain on your second date because you don't know you just don't know about that person. You don't know if they're gonna work how about don't let. Yes, exactly in the first ten days that your dating do not let someone take you on a date where they do not tell you specifically where you're going because then you're in a pink t shirt singing Celine. Dion. Like do not assume that they're taking you anywhere. You need to ask very pointed. I would say let me let me do my biggest flaw real quick. I think it's probably the math on boss, and I don't know if this flies much as it is like bravado or hubris being like, I'm gonna be able to figure out if this lady loves him with two sentences of conversation at a party that I don't really unders still understand what the party was about. Why do we have the party? The new campaign. They were launching the new campaign. But who was pitched like everyone's gotta be right for the pitch just in after the boss he'd pull on his ear lobe. If like Matthew mcconaughey won the pitch. Just I. I we run company that doesn't seem like a good use of manpower hours to be like..

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Well, I can do this like this. This is where my career can go, right? Because I think when you think of Matthew mcconnahey think of his career and probably three different eras. You've got the time to kill era where he's young he's trying to like fell his destiny potential and sweaty. He so I mean, that's that's like pervasive throughout every day matter like what madman is up to. But then you get I think that runs up until how to lose a guy and that precipitates the second era of his career, which is the dark times right because he's done the wedding planner. So he's he's not a stranger set rom com life. But I think it gives him the false confidence of like, you can be in Sahara. You can do failure launch. You can do full goal. You can do surfer. Goes to grow friends past tropic thunder was returned to form, and he was like lampooning himself. And I think that was I signed that he was head in the right direction. Those are really bad time. And he's gone on interviews and talked about this. And I think the third Aira is the Lincoln lawyer. I think it's a response to the how to lose a guy era where he's like, I've gotta take this more. Seriously. I can't do these glitzy superficial movies. I've gotta get gritty because I'm inherently naturally dirty and gritty why should Naidoo characters like that. And that that heads off the Lincoln lawyer. He's an eastbound and down mud magic. Mike D C wolf Wall Street true detective interstellar Free State of Jones the dark tower etcetera etcetera. So I think this is is a good loss in this movie because it eventually gets into the right path does and I would argue I mean, not Linney again. But I feel like he has stolen his career. Like he is now taken what Clooney because George Clooney. Any, you know, set himself? He was never gonna get married and then a mall just lured him in. Because why would you not she's amazing and had those twins and now he can't make movies. And so he's driving vespers in the back of car parked cars red lights, which is just like a like magic mckanna. Hey, it's like, oh, no, no. I'm going to do this. I'm going to do this because I can't be the action guy anymore. I'm not going to be that guy because we got Bradley Cooper for that Bradley Cooper will make those. And that's who I think is coming for Matthew, mcconaughey is cheaper. So it's like you're always looking around like, and this idea I like that concept of who is taking because this is a very competitive business. And you do always have to be thinking who am I going to get because I've always loved actors talk about like when you go to it's in the TV show better things with Pamela Adlon who says when I go into additions. It's always the same four or five other actresses in the room always going up against because we're the same age, we give the same vibe. And so for Matthew mcconnahey. Talking about that. Like who who am I going to still this movie from is it Matt Damon is George Clooney who is going to steal it from me. If Bradley Cooper, Bradley Cooper Cooper. I'll let you keep George Clooney one. Because I just I would love to visualize George Clooney in magic, Mike just really crushing it. No, no. I'm not magic, Mike. But I'm thinking like he could have been in Free State of Jones he could have been in interstellar. George Clooney could have been in in our filler like he could have been in. He could have been that role in the wolf of all St. he could have been in Dallas buyers club. You're crazy. You're crazy. George clinic can do that chest pounding war chant and for it. Not a little different. But God that's such a good role for him. You think let me ask you this question, Jamie. Do you think Reese Witherspoon got the screener for how to lose a guy saw Kate?.

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"She definitely wanted. The only thing I'll add and this is from Ashley she said, she singlehandedly with this movie made. No boobs super coal. All yes. Like it was suddenly like, oh, I'm so sad. I'm Beka of wish I was an a minus. This would be amazing. But she told us she was like she's Randall s what she calls me when we watch random. I don't even think she wore brought the whole movie she does just no bras to be seen in this movie by there's no like entries. Exactly. Right. Like, you're even when she when they when they're in that like they've just had e-coli water spilled on them from the track going through the mud water in there on the on the bike. I love that. She's in that shower, and she takes her shirt. And you're like, oh, which is she supposed to have because it does not appear that she has because there's no signed beam because girl has done to to speak of then to be seen who lost movie for you. I think for me it was the ending of the me. I was I was really bothered by the ending because. I liked Andy so much in this movie. And then Andy did the stupidest you might go. We'll know she took initiative and she quit her job to go one. You don't you don't move to a town for an interview. That's the first thing. So you just got interview girl, calm down. And we know she's moving because she bear hugs her doorman like she's going to Vietnam like what settled down. San she's like, I gotta go bring peace. But the thing that made me mad is that when been stops the cab right in his his sexy. Motorbike? I I'm angry because he said he basically says her no don't go be the writer. You wanna be stay with me? And she's like, okay. And it makes me roll mad. I don't know. It's tough. It's it's tough. Because he's like why they woman always would be the one in these movies to go. Okay. I'll give up everything and I'll stay with you. But his point is you can write from anywhere and advertising from anywhere there. No other cities have advertising because he's now he's got that horny delauro lady is going to be high maintenance, we both know that Jamie. We saw this crazy, listen, probably the ending is you're gonna leave New York for DC. Nobody. That if you said that I would have been like all right man knows what's up. He's cool. It is a very abrupt ending though. It's very abrupt. There's no Dany Ma there's no like wedding dance cut to seen. There's no mid credit scene. It's a very like. Ben stops like, the Mario brother guy from driving. Andy says where you go in three times moves over credits. Roll it is it's a loose strange. It's a little strange. No it is. And I don't like that it because I felt like we didn't set good work up into that point. Like, I mean, like when she meets the family that such a delightful, meet the family scene where everybody's a little kooky but likable Mitch I like to think is the perfect description of my own family. And so I love that scene. And I just felt like we did a lot of work. And then it was just like, oh, I read the article and I set and even the like the shot of her article that just says I gave up the one guy fell for you. That's stupid. That's not the poll, quote, that's a bad editing. That's if that's the poll, quote, you have a terrible editor in probably think lost to me. It's Matthew mcconaughey only because this movie for him was a false positive right of like. Oh, okay..

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Maybe there was and we they're just good secret keepers, but they just had real good chemistry, man. They really like anytime 'cause like in the scene where she comes to his office. And she brings the dog, and she just starts kissing him going to town that was all improv, and he just rolled with it. Roll super easy. It wasn't like a big deal at all. So Ashley, I like are they do you think they have the best rump? Com. Chemistry of all the romp. Calms? What what is what is your answer that question? I think there's one it's not necessarily better. She's very different. That's a good. That's like, I think it. Well, I would say that. I love Matthew, mcconaughey and Jennifer Lopez is chemistry crates. No. Because here's why. I Jennifer Lopez that movie plays that role. So well to be like. A reserved organized like it's a better version except it's stupid because she's so high. Like hot people don't become that interested in posted notes. Sorry, they don't do that. I'm so sorry. But they don't and but I love her. But I think he also has amazing chemistry with Pete Sampras wife in that movie like almost go. Well, they shouldn't break up because look how cute they are together. Is it possible in Matthew, mcconaughey? His dirty, George Clooney. He just they both got through their buddy, but Klaas castle classic Mistry. I like to think of it more as a high torch cleaning like a high George winning cut like, yes. Yes. Of course. Are you kidding McConnell? Over George Clooney every time. Oh this controversial. I don't know. How about what? What George Clooney rom com told general chemistry? But I'm just saying that's why I'm saying that like he is belongs to genre. Like, not even gonna brought me things. I loved George Clooney. What is he bribed? Listen don't do this right now. Don't you try to lure me into argument? Let's put maximum Konta Han space floating away, and let's see has chemistry, Sandra. Boy, let's talk about that at that. He was in space floating away and interstellar. He did that very thing. And he convinced me that he had a thing for Anne Hathaway. He can have. Oh, you could do that. Don't you? Don't you don't. He's like, hey, hey, Murph on open screaming at you this home. But finally found you about but I really am just like wanting to go see Anne Hathaway. I think real quick right for you real quick just real quick her. He had great chemistry with her. I said that I think the only chemistry that's approaching this. And it's more of an animalistic chemistry. Was Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie mister miss myth? That was like I wasn't seeing them actually having sex. But I felt them actually. No, you're right. And that's not to me. That's not really a romantic comedy. Is it remain a comedy? Hybrid. It's a hybrid Vince Vaughn is involved. So that makes it very comedic. Well, that's true. That does lean one step closer to that Saad of romantic comedy. But you're right. Oh my gosh. Nobody has I mean like Jennifer Aniston was at the premiere went, oh, well, they had sex while we were married bowl times multiple times. No doubt. Okay. Talk to me about who won the movie overall. Well, do you think it was Kate had some we've talked about this? But let me talk about why really I think one her timing the way that she can the way that she went between cool girl. Where's where's cooling Andy that I met like she Trant especially that same with the poker game where she goes in the kitchen, and she just is like, oh, I'm going to get him to blow his nose, and she could just move between those two portrayal so quickly and easily, but I'm gonna tell you. I really lever is her wardrobe her wardrobe stole this show like not just that dress. Now, the dress has its own you can have its own conversation. And we could just talk about that yellow address, which was fantastic. But everything she wore like, even the cheese. But like it was classic two thousand three classic. And it was all the best parts of two thousand three. She she looked fantastic. And every like it made me so mad that I'm not a blonde. Like, I'm just like good. She looks everything. Yeah. No. I won't belabor it..

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"That was I was like, okay like fill, and maybe that's that's because reportedly that scene was really just Kate Hudson improving, and maybe he's not like she ran at a gas as an improviser or the idea got tired. I do know I read a piece with Catherine Hawn where she was talking about just her career in general, and she got to Howley's guy. I said, I've got to be honest that movie too crazy. Well, and don't quite know what it is about as much fun as that movie. Was it does fill little when I'm out. Thank you to Kate Hudson character. It's like, what are you really thinking her for in this moment? So I get that. Well, I get that to you. This is how you know this movie is dated and weird and even just not just dated but weird is win. Math megani? Trying to convince everyone that he's a good guy by saying I love women. I love women. And now, we know as a country that that's a great statement to make late. Let me ask this. Because obviously, this is a two thousand three movie, and we're looking at it in the lens and the prism of two thousand eighteen obviously, you know, things change in things age well or don't age well or just refuse to factor long-term at all when you watch this movie is there any party. That's like are you more wanting to consider 'em modern terms or just be like this was a snapshot of a time of time in culture and a time in the John row of the movie. And that's that's just what it is. I stick with nap shot like am. I actually think a lot of it does age well, not some of the gender dynamics and like prescribed gender roles. But I do think a lot of it like leaving messages. So they did it on. So they did it on the answering machine instead of your cell phone. The not a big like, but still the fact that you leave your purse like like, I've not I'm not saying I've left something the guy in order for him to have to bring it to me. Like, that's the thing. A I say this this. movie and. Honestly, I think it's more about the John. I think a lot of it is when I watch rom com. I'm kind of pretty easy breezy about like expectations. You know, like, I'm not expecting comment or change the conversation reframe, I just and I expect cliches, and I'm pretty okay with that. You know, like, I'm okay with as part of the package what? So who do you? Is the most indispensable supporting actor and his Rosser. Well for me. It's for me. It's BB newer because I she is the one holding the power over Kate Hudson. Because she if she's a great writer went to grad school, and has the Columbia degroot drew them, you know, but she's like, but I also like this big cubicle. I've got with all this light and super nice, and I know lots of famous people and can look log these send KOMO knows I won't keep swearing them. So you right now to get my wardrobe is like I wanna look like look at my blow out. Do you? Remember when like, I became relaxed, and I got curly hair. I don't wanna look like that. I want straight hair. This takes work to live up to this. And so that is who is holding the power for her that editor, isn't that? Always how it is. It's the editor of your magazine. Of like old school riding cliches of like, I'm a writer at cosmopolitan. I've got a flat DC to get another writing job tomorrow. Like, okay that's down with that. Isn't that the biggest reach in the film for me? The biggest reaching this film was that she was writing eight literal monthly column. So one month, she was had this huge like cubicle space. That's like Masset twice the size of anybody else's cubicle. She could take cabs everywhere. Didn't take public transportation. And the fact that she could just be on a rooftop on a Wednesday like sunning multiple times multiple times. No, that's not real life. Like, you're a freelancer in your pajamas, also working at Starbucks on the pats. He can have health. So if we're talking about the biggest reaches our biggest suspension disbelieves, I think I've got a few. It's either the Adam Goldberg and Thomas Lennon or friends of Matthew, mcconaughey. I just don't see what world that exists in. Thank you. Thank you..

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"I will do wanna go on record that I thought the Sacramento Kings were a fake team even. Until how old was on realize. They were real oh today. Like, however old. I am today. You were two years old when you realize eight years old, and then I read that the Sacramento Kings started in nineteen Twenty-three. They're like one of the oldest franchises in the NBA. I also maybe didn't think to San was real. So to be fair, a we'll get into Stanford. Yeah. Jayme. I wanna go record that like, I consider myself, a professional smart, pop culture consumer. But I also thought oh this that's the second. Mccain's is a fun made up name. I like that. Well, if you know anything about the Middle East is the Sacramento the Middle East. I don't know if you saw that in the way that I saw okay? Here's the problem that the Sacramento the the Knicks. It's interesting in no world with these two teams have made the finals. And I think it's exhilarated by leading up to this movie. The Lakers, I think it made the finals three or four years in a row, and who they played most recently, not the Knicks not the bulls. Like a cool team the of close New York was the New Jersey Nets. So it's really like tough for the next to see that. And like if you're playing Kerr Thomasson Alan Houston a lot you're just not making the finals guys. So it was a really fun. It was really fun Kingston utilize them a lot. And you saw some of the some of the players I like the real footage. It felt good. I think this movie and train wreck. And I'm sure missing a couple but most time when movies com handle sports, it's real bad. But this was actually pretty well done. I know, and I like the way they liked how I think that's why I like her character so much is because she likes basketball. But then she has to be like, I don't like basketball need diet coke. I have to lake pretend. I don't really love sports. But I love sports enough for you to fall for me. But not enough that I'm going to this is really, okay. Like, I I liked that. That was something still haven't totally reconciled. How Phil about it? There's something interesting. They were doing with the cool girl archetype who eats burgers watches bass. All right. That's always the that's where you can tell movies done by a white guy is the aspirational coup girl who reads comic books. Eat burgers, watch sports and just wants to have sex with guys they they subverted that in a clever way. And I don't know if they just landed on something interesting, or if it was intentionally interesting to do that. Now, I think it's it was cliche like analysts. This is the guy who the guy who directed this directed pizza, which believe it or not I love that movie. But it has so many cliches, but we do get like a tiny little Matt Dame, very happy. But we he also did miss Congeniality probably one of my favorite Ron calms of all time. And I. He does lean into like will this is cliche like an wets the thing. Because even now I thought about a lot about the things in this movie that she does to turn off the guy. And I think God this does not hold up because so many guys would would sit. I mean, you're literally recapping romantic comedy. And she's like if you don't think sleep sleepless in Seattle is a fantastic, I won't even be in a relationship with you. That's not a not a hardship to watch that movie. You know? And so I like how so many of these things are in real women. Don't even do like women don't do these cliches. There's one woman there's the Katherine Hong character that does them but nine times the other nine women in the thing would never, you know, like do a photo shopped scrapbook of our of our life like that's not a real thing. So I like that it leaned so heavily. But you could tell the director had he had like a hand like an issue with women. Yeah. And I feel like it was probably on the poker. Scene where it fell a little tired..

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Even the changing shirts in the middle of your office. Oh, I'm sorry shopping use that as a teaser for this very episode to draw in the people who are not friends of the show to be friends of the show. I will be fair to math McConnell said that what happened to her was that she never made another good Rahm calm. And she never made another good comedy. Let's be honest. Neither did he like after this. He goes and makes failure launch. I need people to stop trying to make Jessica Parker. Like, I don't know. What made us think? Oh, yeah. No. She'll be great this great rom com. Star ghosts of girlfriends past with my beloved Jennifer garner, so painful, and it was like he went it's like after that. Maybe he went. Oh, no, I should not be making these I should be making Sahara or fool's gold. I should make any of this homes. I need to go and I need to make magic Mike and lean into the ridiculousness volume pass on the mantle to win delightful Channing Tatum. And then I'm gonna go make mud I'm gonna make Dallas buyers club, and I'm gonna become a grown man and make regular maybe she I it's either she didn't get that luxury or that option or she's just not in a good enough. Actress to make that transition a little bit of both. And I'm gonna talk more about him and his fascinating career arc later in the show. But I think he there's an intention -ality that he took to his roles after that. I don't I don't think I agree that only shoes afforded be. I don't think she was thinking about it in those terms. But I think I kind of made the case for Kate Hudson being the most indispensable principal character. Do do you agree with that or disagree hundred percent agree based on the cast having conversations with the director? The director was like she was a revelation because of her improv work. She did so much improv work on the film. And they're like there's so many moments that she would just run with and then and to speak to Matthew mcconaughey as professionalism. Just be like, okay. This is happening. Let's keep going doesn't that make you just really sad that she didn't get not that she was up considered or even wanted to. She didn't do knocked up and could bantered around with that cast that movie that was largely with improv or the thing. I think in I don't know anybody's interests. No one's ever talked about this. What if she ceremonial and forgetting Sarah Marshall, a that makes Jason Segel's behavior sound so much more like smart because I like you would risk it all for her. Whereas Grissom Bill. Maybe she's awfully short. Why would I risk everything for her even come to here? But even matching her up with Russell brand who is too close to home like in real life for her as someone like such a better movie because like Kate Hudson is apparently gifted him, improv him improviser. So I know it would've been good to think about let's think about a notable supporting characters, and I want to think in terms of like who ends up being the most indispensable because this does feel like I'm gonna use a fantasy sports reference. And I trust that there are enough lady. Fi fantasy sports players that they'll get this that this whole this will totally land. It's like the guy who spends of his hundred dollar budget like seventy five dollars on Tom Brady. And then just fills.

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"It's less like hating on her and more just wasted potential. Like there is an alternate reality where she becomes. I don't know like a like a homeless woman. Julia Roberts situation. Yeah. Probably so because look something borrowed is one of my favorite books. And I thought she was so perfectly cast for that. But then they cast that garbage Jennifer good win. And she ruined that film. And so like I felt like that was supposed to be a whole series of films that were based on the Kate Hudson character, and they just didn't make enough money in there. Like worn. I'm making a second movie. This is dumb. And I just thought this is so disappointing John Christine ski would have been a love interest. It would have been so amazing and like. I just think as always just never trust movie helmed by someone Gennifer Goodwin. Like, you just. But let's talk about the real for me. Because like I love looking at Kate Hudson this, but let me tell you, this is peak hotness. Matthew, mcconaughey? It's true. It's trike. He is up his peak of his hot powers powers. 'cause like now, he's a family, man. And he's married to Camille. And they have the babies, and he's like a mall like helping people in the world. But like if you wanted like, mid thirties looking something fierce. This. It's this in the wedding planner. Just the most magical of Tom's because there is a ten year difference between a he's thirty three in this movie. She's twenty three like the actors are those ages you can tell and this is pre. I don't wear deodorant. I like to play Bongo drums naked in my backyard. So you're it's not sullied with. Yeah. He's hot. But he probably smells really, really bad. Like, it's right before that tips over the cliff, right? Yeah. He's we're like, how does whiz your hair? Why does it? How are you? Advertising in New York City. How're you affording that apartment and like, yeah. Of course, you've read the awesome motorcycle. Like, it's checking every single box. You want him to check.

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Like, I think even when you think about her probably you could argue this is her best role ever be probably critically. You'd argue almost famous as Penn rain. That's probably her best role. Right. Even then she's not the principal serious character through which all the drama and the narrative functions she's just a piece of that. And I don't know if she I wonder she realizes about herself that's not her. She couldn't hold a story like that together because she tries to and you mean depre-, but it's not really good. She tries to bride wars which remained bribe wars bride were should've worked bride wars. Chris brown. Goodness in that movie. Like, the fact that it didn't work, and and you're absolutely right. Because let's be honest. That's a true story women in Bs of each other. Like, you still might wedding hash time. Oh, that is a whole lot in that movie. Like, it would be perfect. But like her end in Hathaway, it's like they're both doing the wrong thing if Kate Hudson was doing the right thing Anne Hathaway. I don't know why Anne Hathaway and y'all can all at me all day long about her and oceans eight, but I think she was just playing herself. And I don't think she's a comedic actress. I think she's a dramatic actress who. Who says herself funny will you're not. And so you should just like for Kate Hudson ice when I saw her and Marshall I thought that was a good role. She did that really really well. And it's like she she needs to just be even in. What was the movie the oil spill where she was Mark Wahlberg deep water water? She stuck in a in a room like small apartment, the whole movie and just like making sad emoji faces and accent. I thought it was great. She's good in. So I'm sad. Like, listen is Kate Hudson better at dating musicians and having babies with like seven or eight men, I think she is a pro at that. So pretty pretty, but maybe maybe acting is not her we'll house, I think being a celebrity is her we'll house, which is also probably the reason she also had a demise was because we started knowing her as a celebrity as social media started rising up, and you knew more about a person's personal life and tabloids 'paparazzi, it's like she we no longer thought of her and actress, we only thought of her as this this human just trying to life just a celebrity like just a celebrity. Exactly Louis ask you question. I'm going to read you three things on her resume alleged you pick the one that's real. Okay. Okay. Was she in the reluctant fundamentalist to have recurring role in glee or was she in a movie called the killer inside me? You why? No, she was likely 'cause I remember that. And I watched it I do not remember that. I wish someone would have told me that. I'm my gosh, also going through it was ugly and actually enjoyed her glee. I thought she was getting Lii and gates, and it's a good singer. She's always trying to tell us that Instagram when she's like seeing Christmas guys, really low key. Just enjoy this. I don't feel like she could be fundamentalist. But a DOE feel like she could be the killer. Inside me. I just don't love that name the killer inside me because at don't really frame, but that's not good is actually all of them. She's an is. It her most successful film in the last fifteen years has been her being the voice in country panda. All right. You guys. It's totally fine. I mean, she hasn't had a movie be certified fresh on rotten tomatoes in fifteen years since this past year of really what we're talking about her..

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"You that happening only gate has any of that. So I listen I thought a lot I thought way too much about in this. She was twenty three I would argue. She looks exactly the same nail this at fifteen years ago. She really doesn't age I think that's a hat tip to her mom, Kate. That's in for me has always I've never thought of Kate Hudson being. A nepotism higher. Because I I don't always remember, and I do now, of course, but back then I never added. I didn't even know who Goldie Hawn was Mike. I didn't know. I mean, I knew of Kurt Russell being her stepdad. But like it didn't occur to me. All I knew about Kate. Hudson was that she had. She was an amazing actress because she had been nominated for an Oscar previous to this film. And so to me it was like, oh, she must be amazing. And then she's in this, and she's also amazing. And then something happened, which we can talk about, but she disappeared. Like, really, I mean, she just made a slew of really bad professional and personal choices that just really altered the state of Greer this film, like if she could have replicated this in some format. I like we would talk about her the way that we talk about Sandra Bullock, like, but we don't because she she didn't make any of those good choices. No. And I think a lot of it is like, do, you know? Recap the bachelor the bachelorette, we talk about who has the caulk. And I'm interested in idea, and we can talk about later who has the conch walking out of this movie like walking away. It's obviously Kate Hudson. Because she is she's the part of movie that this movie doesn't work without her. Like, Matthew, mcconaughey? I think you could recast him. I think his war is a little lower could have gotten any look in any good looking dude and it produce been fine. You know, Kate Hudson this movie just doesn't work without her. So I think it's a question of what did she want? What kind of roles did she want, and how was the culture volving alongside her and it felt like as she would have been born ten years earlier, and she was making this movie in nineteen ninety three. I think after is completely different. It's great. And it's awesome. But I think the movies that were getting mate were different and it asks for seriousness the she didn't have. So she was forced to go the route of comedies of thrillers. Because I thought I think. Skeleton key. I think that's kind of underrated good rewatch movie. I think you mean do depre-. That's unfortunately, where she landed. And that's the kind of movie she ended up make even even re teaming with Matthew behind for fools gold. And you're like this is so painful in and I get why everybody thought that would be a great decision because you think we had such amazing chemistry. We are so too. So good in this. But I will say that think what happened to her. Specifically is that? And it's so funny that it's it's hot too in this movie and the opening montage they're all of these magazines. Right. There's magazine articles magazine covers and on one of those covers is at the time and unknown model named Kathryn high goal us, right, Katie. Hijo? Hi. And so in the if you think about what happened to their career, and we have a whole other conversation, but what happened to Katherine career, but hers was self inflicted for. Sure. But she ends up. Katherine Heigl steals all of Kate. Hudson's lunch. Many through the exact same age. They look almost alike, and so Katherine hi goes. No, no. I'm going to be the blonde that stars in these babies, and she was and she ended up k if it was just Kate Hudson's reps. Didn't didn't put her up for those movies or she said, no, I'm not going to do that. Maybe with James Marsden that seemed really good. But because that made a ton of money or I'm not going to be in a movie with south Rogan south. Reagan would never get me. Will you're right. That's absolutely, right. Rogan would never get you. But guess what a lot of money, but that. I just don't know if she could be and maybe she realized this about herself, she's not good as the lead serious character..

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"The proposal in two thousand nine was probably the first return to form you did have outliers like fifty for states without sailor drew Barrymore, which is really probably more an accident than like an intentional romantic comedy. You know, and then hit hit just probably the only other significant cop. And I think that's when big rom com was like, here's an idea. What if we remain comedy people of color? Holy crap. Holy crown. That's like that was the frost yourself of romantic comedies entry story that that hits is really about a romance between Will Smith and Kevin James. Make it's not really about there is because of two white people having a romance of one of the being overweight. Kevin James who is in the county. It has no business. Beating is a roar. Allegra. I remember it's an allergy medicine name. That's the name of the lady I can't. Right. Yes. And then even even dozen wills McGinn ball, but all that to say. This is like the Viking funeral of traditional romantic comedy. And that's why it's pretty important to us me specifically. Oh, no it is. And I this is one of those movies that I can rewatch and every time there are certain segments of it that really just made me laugh, and listen, it's the classic formula. You have a miscommunication in the trope of the bet, right? You have a confident, but driven and smart she went to grad school. So she's a smart female character. And then you have two percent ause ability on this plot. Like, it's not really true. But most importantly, you have glitzy setting because who doesn't love New York as a setting for a rom com. And then you have what I think is the most important critical part of this may be a literate main. Character names, you have Andy Anderson and Benjamin berry a love it. I love cash, and we it's such a Aaron Sorkin has been a master this. But every time I rented, I love it so much. We didn't mention this. But I should mention this the front if you. Fall along with our conversation. You can watch action to watch on Netflix right now. This will we picked reason we wanted something that you could all like you wouldn't have to go drive to your blockbuster. Get the h s realize you don't have a VCR. We didn't want you to have to do all that. It's on Netflix. You can watch it. And then I think beautifully listen to us recap it, and maybe we can all be on the same page about what a awful fantastic, maybe this is in. But if you're like, I don't really want to reward us in two thousand three that's cool. Like, we're not going to do inside baseball. The pick and roll the Knicks used in that basketball in the game against Sacramento Kings. I would just love to pick apart like religiously. But we're gonna talk Briley. So you'll be able to access to you know, problem at all. That's right. So jamie. Why don't we talk a little bit about the principal characters the way, I like to think about characters is a lot of the same way. Like think about athletes there's a stat in baseball. It's called war. Okay. Okay. And what that means is you've got a player. Okay. Mike trout. He's probably the best baseball player right now. Mike trout, like the fish trout, the fish exactly, he's just a fish, man. And he's really gonna baseball his war sat it is about his wins above replacement. So of Mike trout is injured and you replace him with an average player. How much more better invaluable is Mike trout than that player? Mitro obviously significantly better. Right. Okay..

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Hello. And welcome to this very special episode of cinema side be joining me as always someone who never fails to frost herself. It's Jamie gold, and if you're not willing to frost yourselves, then you're going to be disappointed when no one else wants to do it. I just I do like how everyone was like no one noted frost yourself, everyone just accepted frost yourself as a great advertising game. And I'm not saying it's not, but they're just should have been a little bit about Nigeria round. That's getting. There was never any supporting character. Who went you? We do get the window. Right. Nobody nobody. There was nobody being like, I don't know. It's interesting. It's put on the board. Like, let's put it on the board. Let's not accepted arena. Jax judy's to go like Shalom. Look, listen, your model, and I get that you want to be an actress and we've never seen again. But can't you say that all the people know because her her whole focus her whole function in this role is a look at the other Judy and be like Judy Judy won. What do you think about that? She's she's really really hot Judy not the just regular hot Judy Spicer takes not that hot not to be a woman named Michael. And then female, Michael, it's it's Michael saying Shalom as the hot one. And then Michael Michelle, I think is really pretty yes. Who is really pretty? But you're right. Like, it's like the like rural pretty went latest. That's exactly carved out of stone. Pretty yes. One hundred percent. Yeah. All right. You guys before we begin send us massad piece is an episode series where we talk movies, and we do so with an acute tender love and care because it's for you guys are friends of the show this episode. We will be recapping two thousand three's rom com staple how to lose a guy and ten days. So obviously, this is this is I think we get a lot of the eighties. Nice movies as the mount Rushmore esque movies in the rom com. Genre. Yeah. This is. This is a. A late entry it's one. And it's a it's a really interesting entry point into the genre. Because of when it happened. What happened after it occurred in the movie, theaters theaters? And so my favorite part is just that this is one that if you're probably listen to this you grew up you have some proximity to it. It's not like this happened in the seventies. And then you're wondering why Meg Ryan having an orgasm in restaurant. And in later, you understand why she is like you saw this. And you understood in the moment, I would argue that this is probably other than I have a weird weird affection for thirteen going on thirty which did come out the year after this. But I would argue that this is the last great rom com. Like, this is when the rom com disappeared after the great like, and even this people might argue. It's not great. But I would say it's great. It was it's great commercially. So it was the last great commercial rom com. You're a hundred percent, right. And I would say it is great. But I think the only hedging that is done is because. Because like you said it represents the end of an era. We it would it would have been hanging out with dinosaurs right before that Meteo or destroyed them you've been like, I just remember doing that. But now, they're all dead. Right. Like, that's kind of have. Because if you look at what happened. Wrong com. Wise after this movie there was this movie. And I think this is why the movie stands out so much it is it exists without self-awareness or skepticism. Right. That is inherent to all movies. All pop culture, especially wrong calms now because if you look at what happened right after just friends Juno forgetting, Sarah Marshall knocked out five hundred as a summer..

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"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"ten days" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Like, you mean it God. Jamie. So this is a bit of departure from episodes. We'd normally done this is a this is a holiday week. And we know a lot of you're traveling out. You're busy. So wanna take a chance to something? A little new little different wanna talk a classic movie that no doubt many of you have seen. And this is actually this is something if you're ever interested in wondering, if you've ever thought wonder what they do over that weirdo patriot thing. This is a good glimpse at the kind of stuff. We're creating for them. So we this was a part of our cinema site. Peers we did for our three dollars seventy supporters. We watch a movie we recap it in excruciating detail as you'll see in this Pacific episode. I think we had a really good time doing it. Even though you still can't really say the title of the movie like confidently, I really struggle because it's a combination of words and numbers, and I find that to be hiccup spot for me. So I do right now, I do know that it is how to. Kill a man and five ways. I know how it is. How how I could just kill a man ten ways. I hate things about you. And losing guys like that's the working title for this. And we do agree that in this. Maybe you do have Matthew mcconnahey throw in some service heat. Right. We got Kate Hudson. Looking like a baller and yell address eight LeBron Kate Hudson, especially now that we just learned this month that Kate Hudson is now a Representative for Weight Watchers because she needs to still sell them fab lettuce, but she gob able to fit in them. And so she's like, you know, what I'm gonna do Weight Watchers for three point seventeen million dollars. And I'm gonna get paid by them. I'm a lose weight. And then I'm gonna still sell off. I love Kate. Hudson your soberly bar people so much better making money than we are. I wish I could do I'm gonna I'm gonna get chubby not really because she's not. But then I'm gonna sign for way, watches get three million dollars to lose. My not chubby. Wait, and then sell more workout like this genius. Yeah. No. It's really smart. So I really love this episode of the cinema side piece because I love this movie. I think it's something that we obviously don't do regular episodes because we just don't have the real estate in a regular episode to deep dive one thing so intensely, and we do that every month in our sentiments piece for our patriots. So we're giving you the sample. So that we still do content this week, but we also get a little break of her own. Yes holidays, I think that's a good distillation of page on content. Like in our Wednesday of says, we have to be very superficial. But vast in scope and patriot we're allowed to get super specific in each and in-depth with stuff that we're just not giving that leeway on what zip. So if that's something you might be interested in check us out over there dot com slash patriot of.

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