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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

07:30 min | 5 months ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"The make treason lethal again. It's pretty awesome. It's pretty tall. It's you know guillotine with some blood. It's pretty sweet of mine yet l. Yeah yeah it's pretty cool. But i'm pretty sure it's going to be my new favorite. I'm gonna put that next to the three liberty one. They put out a couple of years. Yeah i should go through and try to figure out what my favorite is because there's a lot of pretty cool ones but go check them out. Go joined the patch of the month club. You know for however much it is. They'll send you a patch a sticker and a little sketch card every month. Go check out all their other stuff. It's cool They support us. You should go support them. A how works There's a bunch of affiliate links in the show notes under the youtube video You can also there also in on the firearms insider dot tv so you can go check those out. And if you use them. We get a small kickback. Depending on what. It's on and since rob hasn't dropped off because of a hurricane or thunderstorm or whatever will let him read whatever he wants to read but there's still time the views and opinions expressed in this podcast. That's the individual co host and do not reflect the official policy our position of the firearms radio network canned where their employers. This is not legal advice. Nor should it be considered a such discretion as vice. This is especially to on live shows. And now chaz gonna take out or space. Yeah man come on well see and and and because we're on youtube this this is a nerf gun just for you guys watching the basically Midwest firearm solution who we also have sometimes sponsoring the review section but since the review section is their section this time they're not sponsoring it so the so to speak But they did this. Sacco deemed a are pistol for me. it's supposed to resemble an x wing in the star wars. You know series You know and for people out there. That don't know what sara code is. Usually if you think sarah you think of like. Oh let's camouflage something or something to that effect But of course midwest farm solutions who is in the same town. Tony's diversity shoot is going to here in omaha this month. does all kinds of stuff They don't just do your camouflage or anything else. They did this. Like i said x. Wings themed ar They also do laser engraving stuff like that they actually. I just pretty much told him. Hey i want this to kind of look like an x wing. do whatever you want. They managed to do a pretty good job of it In one of the pictures over the firearms insider dot tv. There's a little x wing model with it so you can kind of get the idea of what they did with it If you're new to firearms coding. Sarah coats thin film coating which basically means it lends itself well to firearms because it doesn't build up and cause problems with working parts You know of course. It's chemical resistance. So you know you're solvents and all that kind of stuff won't won't dissolve it or stuff like that It's abrasion and wear resistance so if you put it on moving firearms parts. It still lasts quite well And then of course. It has excellent corrosion resistance In fact it's better corrosion resistance than like blooming and various other park rising standard firearms. Finishes the you could think of like that plus as you can pretty much have anything you want. Color wise pattern. Wise stuff like that When i say they coated this yeah they coated it to make it look like star. Wars movie They actually told me what colors they used for it They ran a snow white. These are actual surco colors by the way Snow white base coat Than they added some graphite black to give it an actual blasted look If you take go check out the pictures you can see what we mean. there The top rail portion. They closed coated in sarah coat. And are a blue which pretty much matches the blue color on the excellent fighters as i've seen them They also added some yellow accents. As i say on the nose of the forearm as well as the buffer tube and the magazine which some of those futuristic fighters have those And those are in corvette yellow And then he actually coated like all of the small parts of the air are the barrel You know forward assists safety All of those in a gun metal grey And then he added if you know anything about star wars. He added some small rebel. Markings in firehouse. Red there on the front and back and it's kind of a nice touch. I thought The little rebel decals you know and as i said he did stellar work going with the theme here You know it sarah coats. Of course the finish is going to hold up well You know it's hard to scratch even if you're trying i'm not necessarily trying to destroy this but because it's got that blasted look to it even if you scratch it up you're probably not gonna it's gonna fit in with the with the theme anyway so you got that Now from seeing other surco jobs in this one and various other ones. There can be problems that arise with sarah coat. Most of the things you see are seam lines. Like where the pattern changes You'll see like a difference at high or something to that effect. Well midwest firearm solution on this particular one they do not have. I could not find any of those where it was like either raised or look different now. Of course you can tell where they taped it off for like the blue part. I mean that's obvious. But there's no like take your fingernail. You can't feel the difference in the seam line so the transitions on the color. Good the gun. Metal grey is kind of a cool color by itself Even though it's gunmetal grey it's kind of got like kind of parker is kind of shiny glistening texture to it you kind of have to see it to understand it but it. It's pretty cool. I i actually like it And of course this is really this particular. Firearm has nothing tactical about it is really just for fun You can do that with coatings. You could make him fine. You can make them useful. You can restore old firearms to what you like One color you know. It's basically anything you can think of. They can do it. Which is pretty cool you know. And they are top cirque odor in my opinion This the x. Wing turned out great. you know. I think i need a pistol to go with all the other x wing stuff. I have but that's a different story. I'm like i said they do. Laser engraving Besides sarah code. So if you wanna sarah laser great combo i know they do like glock black back plates stuff.

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on The Nocturnists

The Nocturnists

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on The Nocturnists

"It again. Cappuccino bridget and patty any gonna this little light of mine. I enjoyed the show this little. Why don't they said a shot. That's our show. The nocturnes is produced by director of story development adelaide proposal. Oh associate producers. Molly rose williams and isabel ostra and me or student production assistants or heading emini ricky pies and see song. Original theme was composed by yosef monroe or audio engineer. Is john oliver north illustrations by zeal. Mollified thank you to pediatric hospitalised bridget. Wild and her son theodore cornfeld for the performance of this little light of mine. Thanks also to alexander puzzle and david apple for their original music. Heard in this episode or executive producer is allie block or chief operating officers. Rebecca groves are administ- in his departure. Soja and our social media entered is yuki schwab. An artist is made possible by the california medical association of physician led organization that works tirelessly to make sure that the doctor patient relationship remains at the center of medicine to learn more about the visit. Cma docs dot org support for the nocturne is also comes from the patrick j mcgovern foundation. The california healthcare foundation and people like you who have contributed through our website and patriot page. Thank you for supporting our work. In storytelling join us next week as we take a deep dive into healthcare workers. Pandemic dreams and nightmares. I'm your host. Emily silverman see you then fine show..

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A Conversation With Dr. Abdul-Ghaaliq Lalkhen on the Anatomy of Pain

The Nocturnists

01:44 min | 7 months ago

A Conversation With Dr. Abdul-Ghaaliq Lalkhen on the Anatomy of Pain

"I am sitting. Here with dr abdul lukin adult. Thank you so much for coming onto the nocturne to talk about your book. Thank you very much for having ma'am late zip pitching to be here this afternoon. I loved this book. Thank you for writing it. I think it's going to be such a rich conversation. Tell us a little bit about your path to anesthesiology pain. Medicine are grew up Surrounded by doctors and my dad's gp He stays a midwife. He's old assist as a gp. Her children all doctors. And then we have a solid justin psychiatrist in the family. So i followed in the family tradition and i'm into medical school most fun course. I did at medical. School was the first six months where you could choose to do. Something in the humanities. And i did a six month. Colson comparative religion. And i have to say that that was probably the best most challenging aspect of going to medical school. But i think what i liked the most is that you could just help people at very basic level and when i finished medical school it was quite turbulent time in south africa which is where i'm from originally so we were transitioning from the apartheid government. President mandela just been freed to this was the early ninety s There was a real effort to change the way that had been done from the past. Where really if you had a particular color skin. Then you were given the jobs in the hospitals in the city where you up that was near the beach in a few whatever slightly different color dhaka shea. You got into other places

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...

Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Latin Whimsy with Magister J: Mirabile Visu...

"Mirabella v sue wonderful to behold time space from the infinitessimal to the infinite tethered to reality by only one thing and immortal language latin. So wait till hello. You are an m move the p. Oddly visa person and i j plus today i am nocturnal What does nocturnal mean. I'm glad i asked. Let's lean on. Latin shall we nocturnal derives from the latin word knock tournus belonging to the knights and knocks knocked us the night. Join me if you will una brief walk of whimsey unless you're driving a vehicle operating heavy machinery or studying for your cha-cha finals all. It will take a dollop of imagine imagination and a warm mental coat. I make sure you have tidied your curriculum. Your room and eating your spirit mid hobby lease under a spiral of broccoli. Then politely say to my tear in potter. I'm editor go soon. I walk therefore i am if they say. What do you mean you say. I am feeling nocturnal. They will understand. They may even give you a crust jhelum. Cookie now walk. Walk like the wind. I we must open the puerta. The cates there. Look it is to sue the forest. It is a knox some rain A clear serene night. Let's gather our bearings. Now shall we could idea to you. Remember your directions. of course you do. September throw north media's south oriented east and okay dens west but wait. Why do we call. North sept ten trio Our latin dictionary friends lewis short. Tell us that. September three ot refers to the seven stars near the north pole called also the wayne w. a. i n. And the great or little bear. Our friends at miriam. Webster tell us this. It's from the latin septem- preez plural the seven stars of ursa major or ursa minor. And that's from septum. Seven plus gronya's meaning well plowing sin look to the northern knights skies for the of september. Three onell the latin sept ten three ona's refers to the seven stars in major that make up the big dipper or sometimes to the seven stars and some minor that comprised the little dipper because of the reliable northerly presence of these stars. Some ten three. Onus was extended to mean northern quarter of the sky or simply the north hence are borrowed adjective some ten three ot meaning northern so apparently ursa major or ursa minor are lingering around like oxen near the northstar. Polaris polaris comes. From the latin stella. Polaris the pollstar way. I just say stella. I'll bet your answer is stellar stella. Means star sodas the latin word ostrom a. s. t. r. u. m. and so does the latin word see us as i d u s. So many stars tonight so many constellations behold behold now mater. Posture might ask you. What is a constellation. But you already know. Con- can mean with and stella his star you my. Mvp are now an astronomer. We have the latin word us throw enormous to guide us through. The knox died night. Shh let's enjoy the celestial wonder of it all celeste. Joan spirals back to the latin word. Shalem or kyle's home meaning heaven and it is so heavenly here. Look look a lunar light. The moon in latin moon is luna. Then we look over there in the bright moonlight. Oh it's a little puppy dog a little too. Poppy let's go pet the little tempus and magister. J. fogy moose. Basically that means time flies and so do is that said. It's now time for the magister. Janet key cab yary knock tournus belonging to the night and knocks knocked us the night. Imagine that ceo imagination kubica lem room speed mirabilis. Wonderful spiral. chris jhelum cookie. By forest. knox serena a clear serene night and here. It comes every month september. Three hundred north midi south or orients east west well done stella polaris polaris the pollstar stellar ostrom and seed us all mean star it it you. Behold behold ostro enormous astronomer shalem or column heaven luna moon and tempus forget which means time flies. I'm calling you my terrific listeners. M the believe these people. Oh yeah and most valuable players so until next time whatever time is join me again. Mvp's for another thrilling right on the time cart and remember. None perot scola said pro vita not for school but for life..

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"This is so I'm trying to think of a good piece and. I I couldn't really come up with anything but Yes. So No definitely the there that. Influence there. For sure. So do you have any Any I do I do have a couple, I'll just go through them real quick one I was actually surprised I thought that you were going to bring up because I think you were fairly big fan of of suspicious. Sure which goes along with a black swan really well, Yeah. That's the only reason I didn't bring it up is because I feel like it kind of hits the same notes as Black Swan I probably could've just combined with DEF, definitely I thought us the spirit and especially the remake. By Dreaming Again Yes. Something a more recent but might as well a mentioned that one. to Co Johnson she's fabulous. She's in that I forgot to mention finding when I was talking about neon deemed by the way But but yeah, at the other ones a CODA was when that came to mind for me. CODA. Is Katie Holmes Movie never saw it. It's it's pretty good. It's an. A, great with it, you got an aging. Piano. Player play by Patrick, Stewart who he all of the sudden after years and years of being this a great. Pianist. That handling shows he has stage fright and he meets this younger woman a Katie Holmes who is actually a music critic they become friends and there's just something about her in their connection that she calms like that anxiety in him and he's able to. Continue on in play shows. And Just the whole thing with the the the pressure of you know a performing. The panic attack that. The lead has in this film you know and just the fact that is a piano movie. I am just instantly thinking about it. So Dom specifically with. I had two things that came to mind because I was thinking about movies that were dealing with siblings and the like the competitiveness of the siblings especially with the siblings doing the same thing. In the two things that came to mind are actually. Sports Movies and one of them is fighting with my family which is a it's a great movie based on true story breath and sister wrestlers and the brother and the sister try out. To be a part of the whatever the Wrestling Federation is and the sister ends up getting the brother doesn't. And this sister kind of just ends up a pretty much throwing it away or at least it's peers that way to the brother and there's a lot of anger and bitterness toward her of you stole my. My dream and threw it away sort of thing. Just reminded me a lot of that and the house. Good. The other one is the movie warrior. With Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton. Great Great. Movie Mixed Martial Arts Movie About. Two brothers that It's a broken family and a difference here is that they actually through through fighting and then actually fighting against each other in this tournament where they ended up in the championship together. They actually make a man's. And seems like even one of the before the brother beats the other one. He tells him that he will. He loves HIM ANY FORGIVES HIM IN. You know it's just a fantastic movie though but that whole element of the of the competing brothers and of just some of how. Not just. What's going on with the art form itself, but also just everything in our life together kind of but up with. All of these pressures. So right right. Interesting. Speaking to those two pieces. I don't want to be the guy who tells the writer, how to how to write the better version of their movie or whatever. I'm just saying something I would find, I would find to be like a really fascinating movie. If somebody wrote a version of this you know competing piano players who are who are sisters that throws out all the other stuff and it's just them and almost no other characters like you know almost none of the other stuff just the the intense competition between the two of them. I think could really be like such an interesting story right I, got you a more more more more whiplash like the intensity of the whiplash especially that finale like the intensity that with Yeah Competition. Absolutely. Absolutely. So any other pieces? now I think that was it cool. Well, I will go ahead and do the finished puzzle, and then we'll get into some closing thoughts here. WE HAVE FOR NOCTURNAL WE'VE got the witch whiplash shine Black Swan, the perfection evil dead the grudge scream urban legend we added in there to election the black coats daughter Neon Demon, the Robert Johnson urban legend, suspiciously a Coda fighting with my family and warrior. So yet interesting list You know it's a movie that's doing a lot of interesting things kind of like mixing together these ideas, the music movie, the competitive movie, the warring siblings movie, and then all mixed up with this whole. Supernatural as well. Did, you have any specific thoughts that we didn't quite get to in the process of talking about the puzzle piece of the the main thing was remember when all four these trailers drop for the welcome to the Bloom House on Amazon This was the one that I watched the trailer and I was like, okay that one looks really great. I was like the other ones they look good. This one looks great and and after watching it I, realize why that was is because of the style of. This and the visuals of this one This one does I would say it steps that element up and that's what for me kept it from just a following into just mediocre it definitely has some flair to it. Sure. Yeah I. Now I haven't watched the other three, but so I can't really comment on those but I definitely would say I'm interested to see what this director does next who I would sure if I would say so too. Yeah, definitely. Yeah, it'd be interesting. I think she's probably got. A pretty interesting voice moving forward. So I'd like to see that. As. As far as other closing thoughts, I don't really have anything I. I did write down one line that just made me laugh. I was like a penny slot machine everything just made. I. What does that mean? Exactly I don't know I just wanted to bring that. What I wanted to say Having watched all four these though the lying is the one that I definitely recommend that people watch the Lai is absolutely fantastic..

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Reese Witherspoon movie with I. Love this movie at that movie came to mind really what nailed it home was the scene where. The sister puts the the used tampons. In her mailbox and she comes out in the music's like. Whatever it's like this upbeat like you know a song and and like she's GonNa go out and face her sister and she throws him on the ground I don't know something about that moment seemed very. Election, and then also the way that she turns things to who her vantage by getting rid of her current music teacher so that she can get the. Teacher that she wants. The way she plays that in this this. Weird. I She just manipulates the situation right? It just felt very a lot like election interesting. I would've never never thought about. By the way that Song I ended up and I liked it and added it to. Twenty Twenty playlist. WAS THAT SONG What is it called I I have here it's gazelle twin unflushed. Yeah. Gazelle twin. Yeah. They played a lot of that throughout and I really really liked. There were couple of things I did like about the movie one is the music in the way the music was were worked from that I. Think there are a number of tracks from them that they they use, and then also the classical music that was used really thought the music was done. Well, I also thought that cinematography was great. I thought there who were still style to the movie at time it was absolutely yeah. Yeah. No good good performances at good cinematography for sure and some interesting music choices I'd say it's a mixed bag overall but like there's definitely some cool stuff going on with the music. And Yeah. I mean really the story stories my main thing. So election really interesting puzzle there. So my next my next piece is actually the black codes daughter. Because this is twenty fifteen film is. Just watched for the time recently and you know the whole private school setting you know in that case, it's a boarding school here it's a music academy and also just the kind of the tone where there's not a lot of like actual like horror horror happening it's more creepy nece and Claustrophobia, and like people being alone and like and like creeped. Out and and just the kind of general feeling being in that kind of a setting and being stuck in unsure of what's going to happen it kind of felt to me like it could be a pretty good companion piece there. No. Yeah. No. That is a good Yes. psychological horror is what I would say yes, it's it's definitely you know. Gets in in the head, which is that not an eight to four film I think it is it is. So. That's one of the things that they're really really good at doing I think that's what the the witch of does as well is just really really getting under your skin and in your head and this one That's what it's going for. I don't know if it fully succeeds but yeah, the definitely. That is. Where this? Is, is trying deadly and No that's a great when they didn't come to mind but that is great piece. Awesome say. I always say long the same lines though is a actually neon demon. The on Demon and neon demon that one of the things that made me think about it is that the on demons in the world of Models and modeling, and it's almost like it's a version of Black Swan or this movie. It's almost like you know this is the music like swans dance and the on demand is modeling Rhonda and lots of. You know psychological horror lots of things implied in also you know is this really happening? Is this in the head that sort of thing I loved neon demand I actually have not really it. Since the first time I've seen it it's when I definitely need to revisit 'cause I loved that movie the look of it the feeling of it just can't recommend that one enough but this was definitely one that I felt like I was a lesser. Version of that film. Yeah I mean we were just talking about the cinematography a few minutes ago and definitely like whenever whenever things start to get like trippy in this movie I mean I it's got some really cool visuals and stuff which I you know. I can absolutely see those being compared there, and then of course, just the you know another another particular arts world that the person is going nuts with. Bruno. So yeah, absolutely. That works. Also just as a quick aside before my next piece but the main star this. Sydney, Sweeney I think she does a great job she she actually reminded me a lot of plaza. Way She kinda got that kind of. I don't know she just kind of seems. Done with everything around her like you know she's kind of river it you know over everybody and everything. Just, a little bit of that kind of yeah. I get what you're saying and also at the same time maybe first impression is sweet but there's this darkness underneath shore yeah yeah absolutely. So I I only have one more piece. My my last piece is not a movie. But it is. It's kind of like they're the urban legend or whatever of Robert Johnson selling soul of the devil you know for you. To become a great belief. And that of course, there's many versions of that story over the years even in other songs and other musicians, musicians but you know I just figure that version is kind of like the classic and you know that this girl is kind of depending on what is real within the world of the movie and we're not a hundred percent sure on what's happening but what seems to be happening though is that she is you. Know, rather than working necessarily for it she's kind of taking the shortcut to become better than her sister and to become the best piano player and taking the shortcut by this demonic piece of music in this demonic notebook and so Yeah I think it's absolutely kind of stems from that same folktales and that is a great pc because I was trying to think of a movie specifically that dealt with that 'cause. I know. There's been lots of different ones I was thinking of the movie at which I I couldn't remember it very well, I didn't bring it up but I. Believe it's called crossroads with Ralph Macho. And then I was thinking isn't there something with the like the nation's de movie other think I was thinking of that that that's more of the devil went down to Georgia version. Of that of battling the devil but yeah, I. It's within.

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Reese Witherspoon movie with I. Love this movie at that movie came to mind really what nailed it home was the scene where. The sister puts the the used tampons. In her mailbox and she comes out in the music's like. Whatever it's like this upbeat like you know a song and and like she's GonNa go out and face her sister and she throws him on the ground. I don't know something about that moment seemed very. Election and then also the way that she turns things to who to her vantage by getting rid of her current music teacher so that she can get the. Teacher that she wants. The way she plays that in this this weird. I, she just manipulates the situation, right it just felt very a lot like election interesting. I would've never never thought about. By the way that Song I ended up she zan I, liked it and added it to. Twenty Twenty playlists. Was that song. What is it called I I have here. It's Gazelle twin unflushed. Yeah. Gazelle twin. Yeah. They played a lot of that throughout and I really really liked There were a couple of things I did like about the movie one is the music in the way the music was were worked from that because I think there are a number of tracks from them that they they use and then. Also the classical music that was used really thought the music was done. Well, I also thought the cinematography was great. I thought there who were still style to the movie at time it was absolutely yeah. Yeah. No good good performances at good cinematography for sure and some interesting music choices. I'd say it's a mixed bag overall but like there's definitely some cool stuff going on with the music. And Yeah. I mean, really the story stories my main thing. So, election really interesting puzzle there. So my next my next piece is actually the black codes daughter. Is Twenty, fifteen film is. Just watched for the time recently and you know the whole private school setting. You know in that case, it's a boarding school here it's a music academy and also just the kind of the tone where there's not a lot of like actual like horror horror happening it's more creepy nece and Claustrophobia and like people being alone and like and like creeped. Out and and just the kind of general feeling being in that kind of a setting and being stuck in unsure of what's going to happen it kind of felt to me like it could be a pretty good companion piece there. No. Yeah. No. That is a good Yes. psychological horror is what I would say yes, it's it's definitely you know. Gets in the in the head, which is that not an eight to four film I think it is it is. So that's one of the things that they're really really good at doing i. think that's what the the witch of does as well is just really really getting under your skin and in your head and this one That's what it's going for. I don't know if it fully succeeds but yeah, the definitely. That is. Where this? Is is trying deadly and No that's a great when they didn't come to mind but that is great piece. Awesome say. I always say long the same lines though is a actually neon demon. The on Demon and neon demon that one of the things that made me think about it is that the on demons in the world of. Models and modeling, and it's almost like it's a version of Black Swan or this movie. It's almost like you know this is the music like swans dance and the on demand is modeling Rhonda and lots of. You know psychological horror lots of things implied in also you know is this really happening? Is this in the head that sort of thing I loved neon demand I actually have not really it since the first time I've seen it it's when I definitely need to revisit 'cause I loved that movie the look of it the feeling of it just can't recommend that when enough. But this was definitely one that I felt like I was a lesser. Version of that film. Yeah I mean we were just talking about the cinematography a few minutes ago and definitely like whenever whenever things start to get like. In this movie I mean I. It's got some really cool visuals and stuff which I you know I can absolutely see those being compared there, and then of course, just the you know another another particular arts world that the person is going nuts with. Bruno. So yeah, absolutely. That works. Also just as a quick aside before my next piece but the main star, this Sydney Sweeney does a great job she. She actually reminded me a lot of plaza. Anyway. She kinda got that kind of. I don't know she just kind of seems. Done with everything around her like you know she's kind of river it. You know over everybody and everything. Just, a little bit of that kind of yeah. I get what you're saying, and also at the same time maybe first impression is sweet but there's this darkness underneath shore. Yeah Yeah Absolutely So I, I only have one more piece. My my last piece is not a movie. But it is. It's kind of like they're the urban legend or whatever of Robert, Johnson selling soul of the devil you know. To become a great belief. And that, of course, there's many versions of that story over the years even in other songs and other musicians, musicians but you know I just figure that version is kind of like the classic and you know that this girl is kind of depending on what is real within the world of the movie and we're not a hundred percent sure on what's happening but what seems to be happening though is that she is you know. Rather than working necessarily for it, she's kind of taking the shortcut to become better than her sister and to become the best piano player and taking the shortcut by this demonic piece of music in this demonic notebook and so Yeah I think it's absolutely kind of stems from that same a folk tale and that is a great pc because I was trying to think of a movie specifically that dealt with that 'cause. I know. There's been lots of different ones I was thinking of the movie at which I I couldn't remember it very well I didn't bring it up but I believe it's called crossroads with a Ralph Macho. And then I was thinking isn't there something with the like the nation's de movie other think I was thinking of that that that's more of the devil went down to Georgia version. Of that of battling the devil but yeah. It's within.

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Sure Yeah. The dark part of of the person's self and and like connecting with that versus any kind of positive influence and yeah, think that's definitely a good piece to to kick it off with and. I'm going to go with for my first one. Speaking to the music aspect of this movie because it is. Set in the world of competitive piano playing in a in a music school and I'm GonNa go with the movie whiplash from a few years ago I think possibly the same year as as the which I think but Also Bloom, house production. So I, know I was shocked to find that out when I when I was looking that movie up I was like wait a minute. What's Jason Blum produce this movie? That's crazy. But Yeah Damian. Chazelle directed and it is a great great movie about the length that people will go just absolutely sacrificing themselves their own health row insanity for perfection in their art and. Which is absolutely the thing that is being explored here with with nocturne. But of course it turn, we add in these you know potentially mystical element, which again we're not a hundred percent sure what is and what isn't real there but what is for sure is that this person is pushing themselves way too hard because of the competitive nature of their particular form exactly. Yes. So you know in in whiplash you've got a particular person that's doing the pushing on him. This when it is more of. And earn terminal. Push. I guess the pressures that She just personally feels. Specially something that she's given her whole life too. But yeah, definitely. whiplash when that came to mind this is very much almost as if you. Took whiplash and was like, Hey, how do I make a whiplash harm? Sure. This is the kind of The result if if you did that which to be clear. I. Think Whiplash actually manages to be scarier. Yeah, actually. For, different reasons. And the thing is, is that I know the music world in general. Really. Is this way I mean I. Okay so I played the trumpet. In. Middle School junior high and my first year of high school. My introduction to ban I had a psycho. Band instructor. Okay. I actually got ds I can't remember if I got an F. But this this guy was nuts he treated us like you know he he wanted perfection his his whole thing that has stuck with me this whole time he would say you know practice doesn't make perfect perfect practice makes perfect. And to be that way with What was this? This was a sixth grade sixth grade. Just. Insane. So that was my little introduction to music in general, and again, this is six sixth grade of for sure band. So I I really know when you're getting into the seriousness of people that are are prodigies are being groomed to be prodigies that it could definitely be insane. Just heavy pressure just insane heavy lately like military like a like sports you know gymnastics football I mean the same sort of a pressure. So yeah. You know whiplash was one that I brought before because you know it's It's a movie to where of you know you feel for the character and you can just feel the. The trauma that is being put on him. By This. Instructor. So. Yeah. You can. You can definitely get a good idea with both of these films of you know how crazy of music can be? and. It's interesting to one more point before we move on that you know on one on one hand, you could say the person is doing it to themselves because they're they're pushing themselves to be great. They kind of want that fame and they want their acceptance and all that stuff. But at the same time, they're also getting it from the external esters. All of the you know. So it's it's it's an interesting push pull. All right. What do you got for your next piece? So I I I got a couple that could kind of go along with what we're talking about here. I know a lot of the pieces that I have on. Maybe the same you most of them are are fail fairly neum films the oldest one that I could think of is the nineteen ninety-six movie shine Scott Hicks Movie starring. Geoffrey Rush. It's a great great movie It's based on a true story about an Australian pianist. And he? Is. A, brilliant brilliant piano player. But all of the the pressure and the stress and everything it. It basically broke him at one point. He basically became a I i. don't know what the word is but impaired as a person he still a brilliant computer Abano player but he like he talks in loops he he sort of a a rainman kind of of person that something happened something short-circuited and it just A. A A good example of the kind of pressure of this whole music world of of being the best going through the music schools and whatnot just the the kind of. A stress that that puts you to in and what that can do to a person shine is a fantastic film. Yeah I haven't seen it since way back when it came out but Yeah. That's a great piece though definitely a definitely see that and I I'm just going to jump right in with with another one that Kinda just continues along that path and this one I think has been cited in pretty much every review of this movie. But that is Darren offseason black, swan? Yes which you know. Another movie about a highly competitive art form, different kind of art form. But you know we've talked about a little bit already about not being sure of what's real is this person going crazy Another comparison to Black Swan is also the the male teacher who seems to be involved with all the girls which I think. Definitely. Connects it and away and I feel a lot of ways. You know this movie it has a very. An I'm not saying this as a positive necessarily, but it has a very lady youthful feeling but not necessarily a good way like it feels like a kid version of a black swan you know what I mean like. Yeah. You know it's cool for what it is but but it definitely feels like like kids making a movie like Black Swan well, I agree with you there to agree of in a way this kind of seems like a watered down and kind of generic of version of a lot of movies and in Black Swan is definitely one of those. Yeah so I I will say that that is my big gripe with this film is at. A lot of it is. Seems like that it is made a puzzle pieces than inspiration.

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Sure. Yeah. The dark part of of the person's self and and like connecting with that versus any kind of positive influence and yeah, think that's definitely a good piece to to kick it off with and. I'm going to go with for my first one. Speaking to the music aspect of this movie because it is. Set in the world of competitive piano playing in a in a music school and I'm GonNa go with the movie whiplash from a few years ago I think possibly the same year as as the which I think but Also, Bloom House production. So I know I was shocked to find that out when I when I was looking that movie up I was like wait a minute what's Jason Blum produce this movie that's crazy. But Yeah Damian Chazelle directed and it is a great great movie about the length that people will go just absolutely sacrificing themselves their own health row insanity for perfection in their art and. Which is absolutely the thing that is being explored here with with nocturne. But of course it turn, we add in these. You know potentially mystical element, which again, we're not a hundred percent. Sure what is and what isn't real there but what is for sure is that this person is pushing themselves way too hard because of the competitive nature of their particular form. Exactly. Yes. So you know in in whiplash you've got a particular person that's doing the pushing on him. This when it is more of. And Earn Terminal Push. I guess the pressures that She just personally feels. specially. Something that she's given her whole life too but yet. whiplash when that came to mind This is very much almost as if you. Took whiplash and was like, Hey, how do I make a whiplash harm? Sure. This is the kind of The result if if you did that which to be clear, I think whiplash actually manages to be scarier. Yeah, actually. For different reasons. And the thing is, is that I know the music world in general. Really is this way I mean I. Okay. So I, played the trumpet in. Middle. School junior high, and my first year of high school. My introduction to ban I had a psycho. Band instructor, okay, I actually dis I can't remember if I got an F. But this this guy was nuts he treated us like you know he he wanted perfection his his whole thing that has stuck with me this whole time he would say you know practice doesn't make perfect perfect practice makes perfect. And to be that way with. What was this? This was a sixth grade sixth grade. Just. Insane. So that was my little introduction to music in general, and again, this is six sixth grade of for sure band. So I I really know when you're getting into the seriousness of people that are are prodigies are being groomed to be prodigies that it could definitely be insane. Just, heavy pressure just insane heavy lately like military like a like sports you know gymnastics football I mean the same sort of a pressure. So yeah. You know whiplash was one that I brought before because you know it's It's a movie to where of you know you feel for the character and you can just feel the. The trauma that is being put on him. By This. Instructor. So. Yeah. You can. You can definitely get a good idea with both of these films of you know how crazy of music can be? And, it's interesting to one more point before we move on that you know on one on one hand, you could say the person is doing it to themselves because they're they're pushing themselves to be great. They kind of want that fame and they want their acceptance and all that stuff. But at the same time, they're also getting it from the external. Leicester's all of the you know. So it's it's it's an interesting push pull. All right. What do you got for your next piece? So I I I got a couple that could kind of go along with what we're talking about here. I know a lot of the pieces that I have on maybe the same you most of them are are fail fairly neum films the oldest one that I could think of is the nineteen ninety-six movie shine Scott Hicks Movie starring Geoffrey Rush It's a great great movie. It's based on a true story about an Australian pianist. And he? Is. A, brilliant. Brilliant Piano Player. But all of the the pressure and the stress and everything it. It basically broke him at one point. He basically became a I. I don't know what the word is but impaired as a person he still a brilliant computer piano player, but he like he talks in loops he he sort of a arraign kind of of person that something happened something short-circuited and it just A. A A good example of the kind of pressure of this whole music world of of being the best going through the music schools and whatnot just the the kind of. A stress that that puts you to in and what that can do to a person shine is a fantastic film. Yeah I haven't seen it since way back when it came out but Yeah. That's a great piece though definitely a definitely see that and I. I'm just going to jump right in with with another one that Kinda just continues along that path and this one I think has been cited in pretty much every review of this movie. But that is Darren offseason Black Swan. Yes which you know. Another movie about a highly competitive art form, different kind of art form. But you know we've talked about a little bit already about not being sure of what's real is this person going crazy Another comparison to Black Swan is also the the male teacher who seems to be involved with all the girls which I think. Definitely. Connects it and away and I feel a lot of ways. You know this movie, it has a very an I'm not saying this as a positive necessarily, but it has a very lady youthful feeling but not necessarily a good way like it feels like a kid version of a black swan you know what I mean like yeah. Know it's cool for what it is but but it definitely feels like like kids making a movie like Black Swan well I agree with you there to agree of in a way this kind of seems like a watered down and kind of generic of version of a lot of movies and in Black Swan is definitely one of those. Yeah So I I will say that that is my big gripe with this film is at. A lot of it is. Seems like that it is made a puzzle pieces than inspiration.

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"All right. So back on the show with us today, we've got our good buddy Chad Clinton Freeman to talk about a new blunt house film Chad How's it going? Is Going Great I. Happy to be back apt to be on this episode specifically. I am definitely a fan of a blue mouse movies in general. You know they have A. kind of small little empire that's been growing for us several years now, I liked it. They branched out and they do these these TV originals they did with Hulu and now with Amazon so. Yeah definitely excited. Yeah. It is interesting how they are totally not anyone platform specific i. mean they are all over the place with what they put out and this whole. Welcome to the Bloom House series. You Watch all four of these, right? Yeah, I did. Okay. Yeah. You know well I I was excited about that new for new movies of you know for the month of October. I would say overall they're all four pretty good They're a least on par with what they were doing with the into the dark series over on Hulu a which they did twenty two of these or a couple of years I don't know if they're taking a break or if they're done. With they haven't done any in a in a few months here they were releasing one each month that was kind of a themed to whatever holiday was that month of those are all pretty cool They're very much kind of like the twilight zone I would say that these are two. Further majority when you've got these the bloom house movies, they are genuinely. Scaled down films of sure San or a couple of people in a house You know. I. Think Paranormal activity was one of the first big hits and I think everything's kind of like using that is the template. And then they've started to get a little bit bigger with their their bigger releases of like fantasy island but These are definitely pared back to I think where that brand started out from right right? Yeah. It's it's an interesting thing they've done in wall I mean. I'll say right here at the top like these, these movies aren't necessarily my favorite thing. You know you like to make fun of me for saying I'm not really a hard guy but The these movies generally are not my thing but they you know the economical nature of how they're making these and is definitely something I think to be to sell be celebrated right right now especially, with with the way things are going with Hollywood and the pandemic and everything I mean, these movies are going to be needed to keep things moving and keep people excited about movies, Whoa? Yeah and and that's the thing. Is it really if you think about it though what they've been doing, they've pretty much been there for some filmmakers that are kind of been down and out like m night 'cause they the village they did split they did glass. Even Spike Lee obliged clansman was from Bloom House in a roth even a green infernal so they're definitely I, even Rob Zombie whatever the Salem movie large the Salem yet lords, of Salem Yeah. So they they've really do have this this kind of I guess template of making movies and making them at a low budget. And it has worked and yes, it's definitely going to. Be something that I think more studios are going to be looking at and trying to figure out how do we do that now? That everything is going crazy with the pandemic. Yeah for sure well, let's get into this one. I will at some point in the conversation talk about some of the other. Welcome to the Blunt House movies that you watch. This is the only one I watched though knocked turn and We're going to get into puzzle pieces here in a second but. I just wanted to know before we get into the puzzle pieces how you felt this one kind of ranked among the four. Of the four, this woman It is not my favorite, but it's not my least favorite it. It. It actually ranks third of the of the four, but I would I would say, all four are definitely worth watch especially if you're into. Edit, they're not really Har- or what I would call them as. They're definitely genre films. They are horror influence thrillers is what I would say they're they're. Definitely, more on the thriller side Than Har-. But, I mean. Again, still a welcome for me with October and the Halloween coming up So I I definitely enjoyed them. Okay. Well, why don't we get into some puzzle pieces for nocturnal? What do you got for your first one? Well so the first one I'm going to go with I think this also is another studio that is Making movies they're on way and there are definitely more on the artistic side but I would say. The which is what came to mind to me when I watched this movie. which is our for from your favorite studio Column to four. Twenty Four. The which the reason that came to mind here is that you've got a young woman and she is A. Kind, of I would say. In some ways immature for her age. She hasn't had a lot of exposure to things in life of life in general, and she's really just kind of becoming her own person. She's timid person and in the witch you've got the character going to the dark side and You know here you've got that same thing going on and and as an audience member watching the film, you don't really know. How much actually being sucked in how much is mental and I would say definitely with this when there's a lot of open questions as to what even really happens if it was all mental if there is something supernatural are are wet what happen but. You've also got. A No screen appearance from like the devil but you've got the the suggestion that you know the devil wrote this piece of music. And, of course, you've got Black Phillip. A as you know, some sort of demonic presence of that, I'm not even quite sure with the Black Phillip is though in the which movies but I just felt a very much a connection to that film and watching this one. This one is of a stylized at times, which is what I really do like about it and also you know the which is just one that's a stylized movie about a young woman of turning.

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"All. Right. So back on the show with us today, we've got our good buddy Chad Clinton Freeman to talk about a new blunt house film Chad. How's it going? Is Going Great I. Happy to be back apt to be on this episode specifically. I am definitely a fan of a blue mouse movies in general. You know they have A. Of Small Little Empire that's been growing for us several years now I liked it. They branched out and they do these these TV originals they did with Hulu and now with Amazon so. Yeah definitely. excited. Yeah. It is interesting how they are totally not anyone platform specific i. mean they are all over the place with what they put out and this whole. Welcome to the Bloom House series. You Watch all four of these, right? Yeah I did. Okay. Yeah. You know well I. I was excited about that new for new movies of you know for the month of October. I would say overall, they're all four pretty good They're a least on par with what they were doing with the into the dark series over on Hulu a which they did twenty two of these or a couple of years I don't know if they're taking a break or if they're done. With they haven't done any in a in a few months here they were releasing one each month that was kind of a themed to whatever holiday was that month of those are all pretty cool They're very much kind of like the twilight zone I would say that these are two. Further majority when you've got these the bloom house movies, they are genuinely. Scaled down films of person San or a couple of people in a house You know I think paranormal activity was one of the first big hits and I think everything's kind of like using that as the template. And then they've started to get a little bit bigger with their their bigger releases of like fantasy island but these are definitely pared back to I. Think where that brand started out from right right? Yeah. It's. It's an interesting thing they've done in wall I mean. I'll say right here at the top like these, these movies aren't necessarily my favorite thing. You know you like to make fun of me for saying I'm not really a hard guy but You. The these movies generally are not my thing but they you know the economical nature of how they're making these and is definitely something I think to be to sell be celebrated right right now especially with with the way things are going with Hollywood and the pandemic and everything I mean these movies are going to be needed to keep things moving and keep people excited about movies Whoa. Yeah, and and that's the thing. Is it really if you think about it though what they've been doing they've pretty much been there for some filmmakers that are kind of been down and out like m night 'cause they the village they did split they did glass. Even, Spike Lee obliged clansman was from Bloom House in a Roth even green infernal. So they're definitely I, even Rob Zombie whenever the Salem movie large the Salem yet lords of Salem Yeah. So they they've really do have this this kind of I guess template of making movies and making them at a low budget. and. It has worked and yes, is definitely going to. Be something that I think more studios are going to be looking at and trying to figure out how do we do that now? That everything is gone crazy with the pandemic. Yeah for sure. Well, let's get into this one. I will at some point in the conversation talk about some of the other. Welcome to the Blunt House movies that you watch. This is only one I watch though knocked turn and We're going to get into puzzle pieces here in a second but. I just wanted to know before we get into the puzzle pieces how you felt this one kind of ranked among the four. Of the four, this woman It is not my favorite, but it's not my least favorite it. It, it actually ranks third of the of the four, but I would I would say, all four are definitely worth watch especially if you're into. Edit they're not really har- or what I would call them. They're definitely genre films. They are horror influence thrillers is what I would say they're they're. Definitely more on the thriller side Than Har-. But. Again still a welcome for me with October and the Halloween coming up So I I definitely enjoyed them. Okay. Well, why don't we get into some puzzle pieces for nocturnal? What do you got for your first one? Well so the first one I'm going to go with I think this also is another studio that is making movies they're on way and there are definitely more on the artistic side but I would say. The which is what came to mind to me when I watched this movie. which is our for from your favorite studio Column to four. Twenty Four The which the reason that came to mind here is that you've got a young woman and she is A. Kind of I would say. In some ways immature for her age. She hasn't had a lot of exposure to things in life of life in general, and she's really just kind of becoming her own person. She's timid person and in the witch you've got the character going to the dark side and You know here you've got that same thing going on and and as an audience member watching the film, you don't really know. How much actually being sucked in how much is mental and I would say definitely with this when there's a lot of open questions as to what even really happens if it was all mental if there is something supernatural are are wet what happen but You've also got. A No screen appearance from like the devil but you've got the the suggestion that you know the devil wrote this piece of music. And, of course, you've got Black Phillip. As you know some sort of demonic presence of that I'm not even quite sure with the Black Phillip is though in the which movies but I just felt a very much a connection to that film and watching this one This one is of the stylized at times, which is what I really do like about it and also you know the which is just one that's The movie about a young woman of turning.

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on KCRW

"On the newest episode of Nocturne Kcr W's podcast about the night when Sally lost her brother to suicide, A friend advised her to be open to the possibility that he would try to visit her from beyond. And as I'm staring across the room, the light on the bathroom went from completely off to completely on. And I'm the only one in the room. And I got this overwhelming sense of presence. That's on the latest Nocturne wherever you listen to podcasts. Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Janine Herbst. President Trump is blaming Democrats for the financial woes of the U. S post office while defending his postmaster General Lewis to joy. He's a very smart man. He'll be a great postmaster general. And he needs obviously, if you're going to do these millions of balance out of nowhere, he's going obviously need funding what the Democrats aren't willing to provide other things, and therefore they're not going to get the funding for that. Funding for the post office is part of the Corona virus relief package that is stalled because of significant disagreements between congressional Democrats and the White House on a range of issues, including money for the states and the size of the package. Trump's remarks, made from his golf club in New Jersey today, coincide with recent cutbacks at the Postal Service during what is expected to be an avalanche of mail in voting in the upcoming election. Changes in postal operations have already led to male delays across the country, raising alarms about what will happen in November. President Trump has been railing against mail in voting, even though he has voted by mail for years and has requested a mail in ballot for November's elections. Two. And while vice president Mike Pants is in West Virginia today, where earlier he touted the Trump administration's efforts to reopen the economy and schools, NPR's Dave Mystic has more. Vince comes to West Virginia, A day after Governor Jim Justice announced a color coded system to guide school re openings. State officials have set a September 8 target date to get students back in the classroom, and we're absolute determined apartment with you. So we bring West Virginia all the way back back to work back to school and come to that day that we can We can put the Corona virus in the past tense, was also scheduled to take part in an RNC fundraiser for Trump at a resort owned by governor Justices. Family Justice said earlier this week. He didn't think the fundraiser would break guidelines He's imposed that limits. Crowds to 25 people are fewer. Save Mystic NPR news. Smoke from multiple wildfires is hanging over Southern California skies today, and it's being.

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

13:12 min | 2 years ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"Want to kind of develop that further and Lake Orion incorporate that into some more acts because it's it's a lot of fun but also were in New York and a lot of these stages of the size of a coffee table and I. I don't eat like smack an audience member in the face with giant. It's really hard to deal with both having a chance to like rehearse it and to to be able to perform A. It's it's a challenge in the city. Yeah absolutely how do you go about picking your name and your persona. That seems like such a stressful thing. You are like once I picked this. I have to stick with us like my biggest regret in life was there was like two months. I changed my name to stage name and then and off author listeners. Who've been with us from the beginning know about this there's like fifteen episodes or twelve episodes of the podcast where I go by a different name once you go bye bye? We're only real fans now. I went by Kerry Burg shorten my name. My mom calls me Kerry yes and and then my last name bear. She a few chop off last. Three letters is Burg. I didn't realize that that's a Jewish name which now I'm like but I thought it was just German. If you don't have anything emerged until some people are like why did you give yourself a Jewish stage name. I'm like what because I'm not Jewish. Well this is problematic. Yeah I was embarrassed in like ten. Different ways is a good. It's a catchy name though. That's what everybody was an enabler. Not One person said Jewish name. I wouldn't have. I'm known my friends. Yeah terrible terrible people anyway but yeah so but like to make that choice I was like Oh my God like if I do big then there's no going back into going there. Always repairing that with there is another canot pain who is a Fit Famous Christian rock singer and she holds that domain baby Kendall Payne dot com. Have you considered failing hearn. Taking over her I did many many many a time. And you know my mother but no so consider changing my name but I just ended up. It was kind of. I couldn't come up with like I wanted to be funny but also like good and it was just it. It just was so much. Yeah how was your experience picking so I also changed my name after about a year I started with a different name and I yeah. It really didn't fit. It was like a little too cutesy What was it it was so I started as Dolly Onyx and I hope it was? Yeah it's cute it's fine And but it didn't end up fitting. Yeah it didn't fit and there was there was this. I always wanted to be Knicks and I was like Oh the the nickname for that will be knicks but nobody takes the stage name and then gives it a nickname. That's not like a thing that happens. Yeah and everybody was calling me Dali and I'm definitely not a Dali Ali for sure and I had and the thing is to you. It's also hard to make sure you're not like having you don't have stage names that you know other people have. There are a lot of things that show up as recurring themes stage names and I had a show where there were three dollars backstage and that was kind of my tipping point and I was like no. We gotta change this. I need something that feels good. Fits but also isn't you know isn't the same thing and isn't going to get confused into many not enough Joe Leans. That's what you're saying you can't stop Charlene. Aline Ism I know Dolly Parton has her Dolly `ISMs anyway lean maybe Wow so you landed on Nex. Yeah yes I I think I decided I wanted to be next and then I'd like tapped some friends being like. What am I going to be after next like what it'll be knicks? What and he's it's like got to figure something out and somebody came up with Nocturne and like this is it I mean? It's it's a little redundant though because nixes like goddess of night so it's like going on it really fits you like driving at home. This is this is is about the night time and the darkness. Is that like a lot of your performance is definitely yeah. I tend to tend to go for the lake. Goth Breath Glamour. You know scary creepy. You know like fetish you know all of that sort of thing And definitely they have. Since the beginning I was a little kid and you know and did that whole thing like did all by like industrial clubbing and SORTA. Where did I grew up in in central New Jersey? Very very rural area has a heavy seen the show the righteous I gemstone no but is it's basically Talladega nights meets succession Ashen is how it's very much about like a extremely rich white people so dom- That's kind of the theme of the show. Basically about this family that owns a like one of those big for profit Texas Texas are they in Texas or somewhere in this area and but there is one character who has been saved who was super show like industrial clubbing places. That he can go into rescue. People from there on in there is crazy. So that's what I'm picturing. You have to watch it just to know. I need to know if that's really really what it's like or like it sounded TV. Version really is silly dumb version of it by EH. There are a lot of peens out like Nah flailing. No unless you like go to something. That's also like very spliced with like fetish. It's like a like Goth. Play Party or something. You'd still like. Yeah I feel like the regular dance in by the house like I feel like with some exceptions a lot of that a lot of that scene his kind of like dwindled especially in this. Am and and I mean I was like you know like nineteen being like. Oh so cool but like a lot of it you know we're all nerds like we're nerds. Yeah a lot of it was like you can like stand in the corner like stomp it out. Doing your like Goth moves staff. It wasn't nearly as cool as any of the movies. I mean I'll I'll definitely but at least they'll do it every now and then it'd be like living out my childhood again but I was like I saw them like when I saw the matrix like being a kid and that like you know rural town out in the party scenes from the Matrix I was like I need to find where that is like Mary. His Bat to be. I've found it wasn't quite the same informs. Your your dance now and you're definitely definitely so. Was Your family surprised when you started doing burlesque ask well I guess so. Yeah I guess so. It's been a while now. I feel like at the beginning when I was just taking n- causes it was like oh great like you know feeling good about yourself doing the thing and But there was kind of a moment whereas like and I'm GonNa perform warm now And and getting getting used to that and everything and Ed so they actually my family just saw me perform for the very first time last month For the yeah for the out fest. Screening of of a night at switching place they came to the the lake screening and they saw the performance afterwards stuff which was was really lovely and really wonderful wonderful after like so many years of kind of keeping it very separate and stuff and being a little bit more tentative about it I was like I thought to myself I was like well. All the time is now. If there's any other setting to do it this is certainly the setting. And how did they react. They had a really good time. It was really really sweet. They they had so much much fun and you know it it was it was wonderful. It was nice for them to kind of see what all that looks like. And how I spend so much of my time uh-huh a red carpet involved choice because sometimes they'll they don't really feel like parents and families families. Sometimes that aren't a part of like scenes. Don't really understand. Why are you doing a and then when they see kind of like an institution being like? Hey this is Zach. This is amazing. We're GONNA put this up as art. Then they're like so. This is actually something to be respected. And it's really cool to the kid. Yeah Eh yeah I pointedly always kind of dropped any of the things that sounded like a little bit more impressive like I'm doing this thing. It's related to this is like it's valid exactly like I wonder I just imagine if I ever did anything like. I bet that my mom would be like I'm just worried about your safety and I'd be like that's code because I knew there was definitely i. I feel like that's such a thing about like. Sometimes they just don't get it I. It's hard to understand but yeah so happy that they got to see it and we're excited me to. It was kind of like a like a full circle. It kind of came together after a big like being much more unsure about about that with them. Yeah before and you know and there was there was still like a lot of support. It was like they're happy. I'm happy of course you know. Yeah but you know there are people too. I mean I mentioned before we start recording my friend Raven Esa who does burlesque and the. She has a hard time dating because a lot of people mostly men are uncomfortable knowing that she is taking off her clothes on stage even though it's so are full and beautiful such like yeah. That's so oh it's insecurity is what it sure definitely. Yeah I hate that. Yeah I mean when it comes onto it too. It's like it. Is You know it is sexual is it. You know it is very sexy performance like doing whatever so yeah if you like if you have partners that are less secure you know that tends to come out in those moments especially because you know stage. There's a lot of. There's a lot of attention. There's you know people are really into it and But Yeah I feel I do you feel like it can come from any gender. You know it's about but it's definitely about who you're dating and and a lot of times if if they're going to if they're going to express that to the detriment of you being able to do what you're doing like yeah you don't want to go we'll see Chelsea and insecurity transcends gender boundaries. Yeah Ah for sure. But that's just it's such A. It's such a bummer. I feel because it's like. Oh you have a chance to like see your partner be an incredible performer. Incredible stuff and you're gonNA wine about it because you're insecure. Have you had experiences with that with with like dating and having to explain it to people and not really how I feel like I feel like dating. It's it's always been people like people have known about it beforehand or leg been involved in some capacity. Add stuff so it's never really been an issue. Yeah yeah it really really hasn't So I guess I'm you know like lucky in that you know it's it's just trying to think yeah and it's also about being. Well this is this is what it is. This is what I'm doing. You know an end for for so many for so many things. It's like you know if you if you were into me because of this like certainly not going to change But yeah so one thing for my friend in a different friend who did a lot of burlesque. She would always talk about how much drama there was on the burlesque scene and that kind of drove her out. It's just not worth it. I just can't deal with the drama. Yeah yeah and I think every type of performance scene has its drama yes Tell US.

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

13:21 min | 2 years ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"Everybody in what episode of gained my mom found i Mike Everton the gray Freddie Krueger here yeah so after I said Oh my that's probably not the right choice as I'm talking okay where we want to give a quick in our pockets had mentioned earlier in this call movement radios a podcast professional wrestling tag team the movement talk about topics such as wrestling sports places and many other the subject to kind of touch on Soviet Union are pockets agitation give them a listen let them know we sent we sent we sent them your way you know I did not say we anthem we sent you their way gave you a map and there you go I play me angry orchard on I'm drinking long Dr Stephens this was something you would recommend it for us a comic that I knew existed but never had read introduce what what you picked out for us what we're reading this week sure I just want to give it another quick PSA though before we start that Mike is he's not technically having problems with his mind phone or something but if he cuts out a little bit we won't apologize for that but otherwise yeah but otherwise we are reading the Vertigo comic which is a subsidiary of DC comics the Sandman by Neil diamond which was has artists Sam Keith and Mike Drink Drinking Drinking Bird Jill Thompson lot artists but it was a seventy plus covering volume one because it was like seventy plus comics so we're just doing issues one through eight and of course we'll be spoilers for this of course but Whoa yeah but it came out it came out in one thousand nine hundred nine so froze storm yeah okay this is it anyway I had when I was talking about when I was playing for earlier this year and I posted something vaguely spoilers and he was series I thought he was kidding. I'm like this game came out on Super Nintendo I don't think there's always take count anymore guys like you know just because you might have stayed oblivious to something I mean that's cool but you can't be upset when you're in a gaming group gaming post dumping from again the came out in the nineties but it'll be okay especially if they give PSA thirty pictures and said hi UH and we picked this comic me because we want to have a spooky comic for our October Spooky spooked over that we were doing that I already to be done with the things on here I am look it's kind of a spooky comic I guess I don't know what you want to explain how it starts Mike sure I can I try well I mean this isn't a one hundred one this is part of the DC universe and not part of the university at the same time it weeks back then it wasn't vertical with something a little different was a DC imprint so they published it and it has some of their characters but didn't really fit same universe I wanNA say like you're GonNa have explaining it right I would say that vertigo was a little bit more adult is what it was it was still DC it was a little bit more adults like Marvel Knights or image comics in general so this often thinking what Nineteen Thirties WanNa say ninety one before that yeah it is it's you in six nineteen sixteen England and so on doc was reading this first issue and I was just confused because it it has an old guy talking to cultivate and being reminded of Oscar Crowley you want to say that the guy's name the cultures that was I think he might have been later but it reminded me of that and it kind of talks about different horse different light this deity that they're trying to get the cultists are having ceremony in the basement of course they're all wearing robes of course and they're trying to get DT of because they're dumb asses so off gun plan I and if you're trying to catch a god or seeing you you might have more industrial but hey it worked but also I would you want to get the guy out of debt like to me it just seems or the whatever the hell this thing is just getting a little crazy yeah and they they screwed up to because it's kind of like cooking I think that they can replace like garlic salt with Basil and it'll still be a fine combination what happened basically yeah yeah they try to summon death and they tried to capture it because they wanna be immortal forever but they accidentally don't catch death which is like a lady they catch brother which is the Sandman and he kind of abuse and they they have like a little circle where he can't exit because of the spell that is cast around it so when they summoned him he's trapped in that bubble and strip him of his helmet they strip necklaces jewelry and then of his clothing so he's basically naked any super pale long black hair he kind of looks like the Crow Yeah Yeah Helmet a helmet just makes me just did not understand that omit Kinda looks something for Malians like it it it looks very messed up gas and I was just like what the hell is this like I mean this character comes out has a ruby necklace around his neck beg bag of saying well San I didn't know what the hell it was weird mass looks like an alien wearing a gas mass going under yep but they they use a book that's the main guy has name is Burgess I think and it's given to him by a guy named Jonathan Hitchcock or something and he wants to bring his son back from the dead and he thinks that Burgess summoning death and giving them immortality is going to be able to do that the problem is when they get the San man a hitchcock or whatever his name is he realizes that Burgess has just completely fricken evil and he not only can't fulfill his promise but that he's using all of their money to keep this will thing going because they're kind of like like a super colts that's being funded by the rich of the time the also put him in a giant glass ball right I remember it correctly yeah also strange in anything goes on as I think it goes on for a few years well it overall what he's in this ball I know it goes on for years but early on one of the people who helped him get the guy betrays him and runs away the three artifacts of the Sandman the mask the sandbag and the jewel and I want to say that it's nineteen twenties nineteen thirty sorry right so it kind of shows you how he's been you know as time goes on and getting older getting crazier has no longer evil evil professor in this and the whole time the San is just sitting there like I'm just GonNa wait until I can get out of here he doesn't say a single word to any of them so they through the years you just see them like controlling him saying they're going to do this and that too if he doesn't give them what they want and he just stands there stares at him and says absolutely nothing and the guy who ran off with the artifacts he he gets betrayed I think or no they have a victory yeah and the girl leaves and she takes to the artifacts I think one of them for sure now I don't remember that I'm looking at it right now look sold the helmet to somebody in he saw you too easy amulet amulet protects them and then when when his wife leaves she takes the amulet or wherever she has and that's what enemy dying of the animals keeping him safe right because what happens is when Burgess finds out of the trail they start having this very small magic war across the globe where they're trying to cast spells on each other but the guy who ran off with a because he gave the helmet to the demon and he has the amulet he's able to ward off the spells until he loses it and then he's basically early slaughtered it's a really gory picture to Oh yeah the other panels and show it goes in one thousand nine hundred yes go ahead okay it shows nineteen forty seven and it shows the old man and I didn't catch this until I read the comic I didn't really he's standing right at the edge of the circle circle painted on that we're talking about it not doesn't even want to stay on the ground like don't touch the ground but he and he's standing there crying stain how you know he should help them in that he won't he never gonNa let them go and then the old man dies in throughout this issue there are showing there's all these people who can't wake up with Mike Sleep Coma for years right as the San Man with today known hungry notice hand man now okay but the DVD a trap it just stuck in there and he's helped people sleep I guess so right so there's like a one of the sad stories that came out of that is I forget her name now but there's a girl eight year old girl who goes to sleep and she wakes up and then when she goes back to sleep she sleeps longer than she did previous sleep so she's starting to sleep longer and longer and longer and eventually she's in asleep in coma to where later on we find out that not only was she in the coma but she had a child and then she starts dreaming of this child that she had which is super sad and kind of us yeah but all these things are happening across the below and the Sandman because he's trapped in the circle he I can't help them dream and wake up or go back to sleep because there's also a soldier who can't go to sleep who takes his life because he's just going insane being awake for a year which I don't even know how that's possible physically think there's also one that's like just endlessly like sleepwalking like just stuck in like a Zombie state that's right yeah I'm speaking mostly blocked through his world and the the old man who has dream in the circle when he's going away and his wheelchair is like take me back up to wherever he's going better whatever the we chairs slides over the circle and breaks the spell so now all all the Sandman has to do is escape the bubble and he starts to fake like he's playing ed so that they come down and the guards are like well that's never happened before he's never done that and they opened the door and as soon as they opened the door he blows sand in all their faces is and what happens to them as they go into endless sleep is what it's called dream with sleep endless sleep and basically what it is as they continuously are caught in dreams so when they wake up they think they're out of the dream but they're just an another eternal waking I think it's called old eternal waking that's what it is yeah and it's kind of fucked up but it seems horrifying just every time you think you're when you wake up out of that nightmare then you're back in session and basically also the astle you had mentioned that they had guards around this bubble twenty four seven for like fifty sixty years our long you're more than maybe to pay people to sit here and watch making Ma'am I do like to escape being just keeping through their dreams he blows the sand on it is to at some point that the time he spent in their his time to him is the same as time to humans so he says seventy years imagine how long that was that's a human's life and it went at a snail's pace and he's and he's talking to the grandson or the son of the guy who imprisoned mm-hmm yeah he goes to the guy who's old now is sleeping son is all but also like we were talking about with that people start to wake up like the Sleep Walker finally stop sleepwalking the girl who's been in a coma all this time wakes up and it's a.

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We're going onto Brahms. And I had a question about this. You you this piece you wrote he produced dozens of piano miniatures, what's panel miniature. We've just heard a very non miniature piano concerto. The the leaps just the sort of bombastic virtuosity of what the pianist needs to do to be able to play cannon concerto like the one we just had and this is kind of indirect I suppose opposition to that. So miniatures probably solo it's probably small much smaller scales. So shorter briefer. Maybe just more intimate in feel does a composer Chopin who writes a lot of Nocturnes and things that we might describe as manager. I kind of have a bit of a problem with the title because I think it sounds diminutive. It sounds as if somehow it lesser in stature just because it's smaller in scale. And I think what these pieces by Brahms actually prove that things can be short and sweet, and they can still have real emotional and musical impact as he wrote a series of these. These intimacy to the end of his life. He wrote to his great love and mies Clark Shimin. He was writing for himself alone. So problems throughout his life had written huge, large-scale concertos, not just for piano, but farther instruments to he'd written four phenomenal symphonies he'd written lots and lots of these kind of epic masterpieces. And then it's like when he gets was the end of his life. What does he want to do? He wants to write these very personal and intimate and meditative pieces, really. And I think that they really exude this lullaby. Like tenderness he wants her to cradle songs of my sorrows. And there is this wistfulness that as these flights of the imagination that he can take on that. There is something so poignant and bittersweet about them. And I find them just always moving Brahms died on the third of April. Which is why I chose this piece for the third of April. Just reflective and just a little thick of musical solid. I think..

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"the nocturnes" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:10 min | 3 years ago

"the nocturnes" Discussed on KCRW

"A small Arctic islands. So it's so far north in the winter the sets for a full two months. Carrie assumed that two months of darkness in combination with a cold would lead to depression. But she found the opposite. Why aren't people in Trump's so more depressed? And if I could figure that out then I can sort of bodily learn the secret to staying happy in winter find Nocturne wherever you listen to podcasts. Visit KCRW it's three or seven. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC, and I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. Well, as President Trump predicted he's getting sued sixteen states, arguing that he can't redirect military and other spending to build a border wall without congressional approval. The president is trying this by declaring a national emergency at the border, but his entering a legal battle here without clear support from the American people, a new NPR PBS NewsHour mayor's poll finds a majority of Americans disapprove of the president's emergency declaration six in ten Americans. Actually don't think there is any emergency. That said the president's political base is behind him overwhelmingly, let's turn to conservative writer Jonah Goldberg who senior editor at national review and frequently comes on our program. We'll come back to you wanna pay. It's great beer. Well, it's always great to have you. So does President Trump care? The majority of Americans don't think there's an emergency spelunker too deep into. Donald Trump's cranium may not be the greatest. But I think doesn't matter let me rephrase matter to him that that that. It clearly doesn't matter. He's been underwater. No guy's never broken fifty in the approval ratings in any polls hasn't stopped him from doing from going with his gut on all sorts of things. And I think that on this. This is one of these things where he, you know, he basically is always thought that his base are the only voters who truly matter. You know, the ones he refers to as my people, and he he is convinced and it's been reported that he thinks this is his no new taxes pledge and that he cannot go back on the wall and anything he does get the wall is self justifying and there's also just to be blunt and cynical about it. This was a smart political move in the sense that the headlines would have been Trump gets taken to the cleaners in the budget deal that he signed to you know, he he lost that entire exchange for two months of wasted time. He lost the government shutdown fight, and he came out worse. The other end with the budget deal, and those headline completely erased by the fact that yeah. The narrative. Well, let let's talk through. I mean, whether or not he needs the base of the wall was a centerpiece of two thousand sixteen campaign. He won that election. But you could argue right that he might have hurt congressional Republicans when he focused on the wall ahead of the midterms of is there a path here where this is a winning argument, even though it only retained his base and most other Americans don't aren't with them here. I don't think so I've never thought. So I think it has been bizarre to me that the guy who ran as island can fix it. And I'm gonna make deals, and I'm gonna work with Democrats that he is he's the first president in modern memory who has governed as if he only cares about his base normally presidents at least pretend to care about being president for the whole country and normally presidents try to expand their coalition that got them elected once they get into office. He's never pursued that strategy. It's been a base strategy in office the entire. Time. I don't see how it helps him for reelection unless there's some third party candidate. But that is the gamble that they made they think that if insurance up the intensity it will work for him. And I think it's misguided. But that's it seems apparent that? That's the strategy or that Donald Trump doesn't know how to behave any other way. I want to highlight one other finding in our new poll eighty four percent of Republicans and ninety percent of Trump supporters think there is a national emergency at the border. Democrats independence don't agree with that. I mean, I know these are polarized time. Some sure you know, these are polarized times. But how can people's perceptions on an issue like this be that vastly different? Yeah. I I think you could you can find very similar findings but things like climate change and all sorts of stuff. There's an enormous amount of motivated reasoning going on there and for a lot of voters. This was not there really isn't a an emergency at the border. There was a political -mergency for Donald Trump and this solve that emergency. The. Parison? I think that makes the most sense to me is during the Iraq war. There was a time. When only Republicans who are backing President Bush thought the war was going better than it. Really? Was they believe that it was gonna get better. And they they they gave Bush whatever approval ratings he could get and I think that's a very similar scenario to what we have today. I don't believe that every single Trump supporter thinks there's an actual crisis at the border. I'm not sure that every Trump opponent is really opposed to say fifty miles more fence. But this is polarized time and support for what Trump does is support for Trump, and it's also opposition to your enemies, and it's going to manifest itself across a wide array of policy issues because they're all wrapped up. I mean, Trump is in everybody's head space. You say support for Trump, and maybe not necessarily support for conservative values here. Right. I mean, if if the president goes for with us he might have to pull money away from. Improving military housing to build the wall. He may have to take property rights private property rights along the border through eminent domain. I mean, supporting servicemembers protecting property rights. Those are some conservative causes that does that weigh on Republicans here. I think I think it does in private conversations. Look, this is why I felt like I've been taking crazy pills for the last couple years on trade. You have people who lost their livelihood because of the various tariffs in protectionist policies of the present put in and yet they supported the president for doing it. You can go down a list of things where people their their self interest. Their longstanding principles are violated by things that the Trump White House is doing and they still support Donald Trump because they support Donald Trump. It's it's we're in a kind of love me love, my president kind of mode on the right these days, and it's it's very hard to coordinate with the past that we've all come to expect from conservatives. Jonah Goldberg is senior. Editor at national review. John always great to have you. Thanks so much to be here. Thank you. Democrats have been mostly unified against President Trump's border wall. But on more nuanced immigration issues that hasn't always been that simple. Some immigrant advocates called President Obama that reporter and chief for his policies and while Republicans have moved to the right on immigration. The Democrats base has moved left exposing a new rift in that party NPR's aas Mahala reports to understand how much the Democratic Party has shifted Unimak checkout distant from the Pew Research Center in nineteen Ninety-four. A third of Democrats said immigrants strengthen our country today that number is over eighty percent Bill Clinton as part of his overall law and order agenda, not to crack down on illegal immigration after years of neglect. This administration has taken a strong stand to stiffen the protection of our borders. This is his nineteen Ninety-six state of the union address. We are increasing inspections to prevent the hiring illegal immigrants and tonight. I announce I will sign an executive order today. Deny federal contracts to businesses that hire illegal immigrants. But around the year two thousand key constituencies within the Democratic Party Jan to change their tunein. Immigrants. The CPI again to see immigration as a civil rights issue rather than as a jobs problem in the AFL CIO started to see immigrant labor as a growing base of their membership rather than only a threat to American workers. But Labor's concerns lingered Frank Sherry, a longtime pro immigration activist points to two thousand seven when a majority of Democrats supported a bipartisan immigration Bill, but to progressives now mulling twenty twenty presidential run. Did not Sherrod Brown. He thought that this. You know, if we legalized and expanded the admission of immigrants that might affect American workers in a way that his states workers would suffer. Bernie Sanders also voted against it staff for both Brown and Sanders. See the senators in two thousand seven had specific concerns about expanding a guest worker program that could lower wages fast forward to two thousand thirteen when the Senate voted on another comprehensive immigration, Bill labor groups supported it. And not. A single democrat voted against it. The way democratic presidential candidates discuss immigration today is focused more on immigrants rights and less on American jobs and border security. Here's New York Senator Kirsten gillibrand on CNN explaining her immigration transformation. When she was in the house. She wanted to expand deportations now she wants to abolish ice. I realize that things I had said were wrong. I was not carrying about others. I was not fighting for other people's kids the same way, it was fighting for my own, and I was wrong to feel that way. There's another reason Democrats have changed. If you ask Frank, Sherry, he points to American public opinion, quite frankly, the driving force was immigrants who were well represented in the big cities of LA and New York and Houston in Chicago and Miami, we're moving to all parts of the country. And that's changed the demographics of the Democratic Party in the mid nineties about a quarter of Democrats were not white. Nowadays forty-three percent are people of color. Most of that growth has been among Asians and Latinos, which are also the largest immigrant groups Cecilia Munoz handled immigration policy and the Obama administration. And she says there's one other powerful factor influencing the party immigration activists. You have political figures adopting, the activists agenda and the activists language. She says that means Democrats and focusing on the aspects of immigration where activists are loudest, for example, immigration enforcement, but other important issues like reforming the legal immigration process. Don't get as much attention Muna's also says the intensity around the immigration debate has grown since President Trump took office with families being separated at the border and the president insisting on a wall. And she says it's become more challenging for her party to engage in a conversation about immigration enforcement. It's pretty easy to talk about things that we shouldn't do. But there is not a lot of space to talk. About what we should do to make this process functional to make it make sense. It's come very close to being a forbidden topic. And that I think is a very dangerous thing says it's dangerous because voters want solutions, the Democrats can't just be the people who are not the Trump administration. They need to offer a vision of what immigration in America ought to look like a small holid-.

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