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Between Two Wings With Travis Ludlow
"Hello everyone and welcome back between two rings. I on your host emily norman. Today we have at travis low with us. He is a pilot in the uk and he is about to set off on a huge adventure to become the youngest person to fly solo around the world. Chavez thank you so much time to talk to us. I know you're leaving in a few short days. I'm sure your schedule is very hectic. Hi emily thank you around me on is great tokyo's aways and it is very hectic actually. Yeah today i've been buying stuff Last minute stuff for For the trip find did at bbc interview. Id today as well which is exciting but yeah leaving this coming thursday. So does the twenty seventh of may so is already soon. And everything's just crazy right now and But i'm so excited to go. Yeah i can imagine you must be feeling so many different emotions right now absolutely. I'm a- i've more excited than i am scandal novice but instead of getting nervous for flying into these countries that you know who knows what's wanted one will be like in these places so i'm bit nervous for that butts. I'm really looking forward to. And i and i finally set off funding. Make this dream a reality. Check definitely and i see you have your route right behind you but before we jump into that. What sokolow of about the requirements you have to meet to break this world record show yet so To break the world record of the youngest person to fly solo around the world in it'd be flying in a i was single engine aircraft Maximum gross takeoff of something less than twelve thousand pounds. Or something like that. I'm pretty sure So to wait below that limit But is that. I also need to Suck and navigate the globe basically equal distance. I fly to cancer. So that's twenty one thousand five hundred twenty miles or thereabouts Which means Technically i could flights north pole circle the north pole wants and just zigzag until done twenty one thousand five twenty miles. Obviously that's very fun. It's a lot more fun. Just fly around the world and seal these crazy places on maitlis people and obviously you need to be younger than the current world record. So that's that's how you get it.
COVID: What is the Delta Variant?
"The latest virus variant to grab headlines is called delta. Why are scientists particularly concerned about it josh. Because it's more transmissible and it seems to be putting more people in the hospital. Tanya and it's on the rise all around the globe delta was first spotted in india and spread quickly to seventy four countries in england. It accounts for ninety percent of new cases taking over from the version called alpha. It's got a bunch of mutations. That seem to help it. Get inside human cells and vague. Antibodies that for it. Researchers at public health england found the chances of people passing delta around their households were sixty four percent higher than with alpha. That's a big jump. England had started opening up more recently to couldn't that have also led to more infections in addition to some feature of the variant itself. Yeah there's stuff going on that can heighten the delta numbers people started traveling and businesses and restaurants. Were opening. But the bottom line here is. There's a steep climb in delta cases and delta appears to send twice as many people to the hospital as alpha does. that's severe illness. Such as being unable to breathe. A lot of these people are younger. Underage thirty according to research in the medical journal. The lancet now this isn't all doom even with delta vaccines keep people safe health records in scotland. Show two shots of the pfizer. Vaccine blocked delta infection in eighty percent of people both the pfizer and astrazeneca. Vaccines kept practically everyone. Who got those shots out of the hospital. Early data from england show. So what's this all mean already in the us delta accounts for ten percent of infections. So it's coming. With summer reopenings and people mingling unvaccinated. People could get delta during the next few months setting up ugly fall getting vaccinated. The numbers show is the best route to keeping infections. Down and getting live closer to normal
Internet Outages Briefly Disrupt Access to Dozens of Websites, Apps
"Dozens of financial institutions and lines and other companies around the globe were hit by a wave of brief internet's hostages the outage hit especially hard in Australia where many people were unable to do online banking access postal services internet monitoring website said that many disruptions took place including two U. S. based airlines even the Hong Kong stock exchange was not spent as it posted on Twitter that fight was facing technical problems about seventeen minutes later it announced it was back up and running many services were resumed after a narrow side but the affected companies said they were working overtime to prevent further problems I'm Karen Thomas
Why Is the Fed so Boring?
"If we were grading on a curve these extremely boring and wooden speeches given by federal reserve chairs these actually represent shocking level of sharing and openness. This is according to sebastian mallaby author of the man who knew the life and times of alan greenspan if you go back to the early one thousand nine hundred eighty s. The central bankers almost didn't communicate at all with the markets and with the public. They were changing rates. They wouldn't even tell people there. Yeah there was near press conference. There was no announcement behind. close aide. they just did it and then over time bit by bit. The fed began to communicate. More specimens says that it was a major economic crisis that ultimately coached the fed down from it's fortress of secrets namely the housing crisis. Two thousand and eight so at that time banks and markets were collapsing and federal reserve chair. Ben banenky saw that he could speak out and actively reassure markets stabilize them almost immediately by announcing and explaining policies and actions federal reserve was taking. Its super tempting. For central bankers to exercise the awesome power. They have when they do communicate with the market. And there are amendments when the economy is really in the dumps and the need to stimulate it but of course there are two sides to the open communication coin derian case in point the taper tantrum. The tape attention. It happened in two thousand thirteen years. After the worst of the housing crisis was the economy is growing. Jobs are coming back all of the money that the fed has been pumping into the economy for years. That have worked. Things were stable but then fed chair. Ben banenky he said something that rocked global markets. Here the wiz that roiled the globe if we see continued improvement and we have confidence. That is Going to be sustained and we are convinced that that is sustainable. We will respond to
Telegraph Fire Tops 88,000 Acres, 76% Contained
"The world in Oak Flats now heading home. The Telegraph. Fire is now 76% contained near Globe fire spokesman Dean McAllister's say, as firefighters are letting the blaze burned down at this point, did some burnout around the canal peak electronic sites in the summer homes up there. And so we have created this island of fire that now outside the main body of the fire, which is really in pretty good shape, almost 1000 personnel still at the blaze this afternoon that has burned more than 88,000 acres out. Buildings and homes. McAllister doesn't think the Telegraph Fire will merge with the Mass Cal Fire update on the most scalp fire. It's burning 12 miles southeast of Globe. It is now 85% contained it spurn more than 72,000 acres. Firefighters on the line this afternoon battling increasing winds and low humidity. It is
Finding Europe in America
"Says you have to actually go to europe to taste of the old world after all many american and canadian cities and towns were settled by european immigrants. Sometimes they tried to recreate a bit of what the new from the old country. Even if we can't go to europe we can discover benefit prayed here. In our hemisphere samantha. Brown hosts public television travel series places to love where she films from destinations. Both around the world in closer to home. She joins us today on travel. With rick steves to look at some of her favorite places to find a bit of europe. In america samantha. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure to be here rank. Boy know all i do is go to europe again and again and again but i really. There's a lot of europe hiding out here in the united states during covid lockdown times so we can't travel overseas like we'd like to but we can find little knockoffs here in the united states from all around the globe knockoffs because some of them are terrific kind of constructions and others are honest to goodness immigrant communities. That are still the way they were hundred and fifty years ago when they were there were settled just in my state washington. We've got leavenworth which is a famous little german. It's kind of a touristy. Gimmick but poulsbo is originally a norwegian town and its norwegian to this day and we have linden up by the canadian border which is a very dutch was settled by holland immigrants. What are your favorite slices of europe in america. Well one of my favorites is a city that i had gone to my entire life. My family Was brought up right outside of it and then after doing two years of europe came back to and it just hit me like a ton of bricks that this was a european city and that is philadelphia pennsylvania. It is by far the most for me. The most year of paean city in the united states and so then i started like do a deep dive like why is it so it was just a feeling i had like. Wow i just feel like. I'm in europe. And there were so many connections One of the main architects was an emigrant from leon france. He designed the ben. Franklin benjamin franklin parkway which is now. We're all the museums are lined. And he designed that off of the sean z z. and along this beautiful roadway parkway where they're abuse. There's the rodin museum. there's the philadelphia museum of art. Which has the largest collection of renoir in the world. Incredible and others rittenhouse square. They're all these not just pockets. Because i think you know there's places we'll talk about today the have pockets but this is a city that is just so of france and the best connection that i love about philadelphia is that it is also it has the most mural arts i think in the world and its sister city is leon so if you ever go to leeann france and the kuala rouge is where you see those phenomenal murals and that art that is available to all end. It's all over the city. That's what the to share so the city a definite of brotherly love is a great. If you want that. European and more specifically french you know kick
The Aftermath of That Global Internet Outage
"Listeners. Mike schneider here i'm brett. Molina and welcome back to talking tech. If you were up early tuesday morning than likely noticed. Several big websites like amazon read it twitch even usa. Today were down as part of a massive global internet outage the roughly hour-long disruption has been linked back to the cloud content company. Fastly saying it was caused by service configuration. That they've since disabled. That's right bread so most of us have not heard of fastly. But it's a san francisco based content delivery network or cdn now. Other big cd ends are amazon. Miami cloud fair and what they do companies such just the new york times. Usa today get hub. Pinterest and others is a thousands of computer servers around the us and around the globe where they cash or store content so when you click and want to read a story or page or watch a video. It's faster than if you had to go to new york or wherever the online site is in the physical world now. It's likely interruptions like this. What happened again and again. Because so much of what we do now involves cloud computing with everything from the software with which we communicate with our coworkers to our entertainment systems to on online delivery. And all these things we do on our phones now redundancy of networks having backup systems probably prevent outages from happening more often in the experts. I talked to about the situation suggest. That's a lesson we should all take personally for instance. If you only have important files on your computer or they're stored in the cloud you might want to add. Another layer of redundancy. So maybe a second computer holds copies of the files and they're encrypted or perhaps you store them on an external hard drive or usb memory stick and keep them somewhere not at your
Building 7-Figure Instagram Marketing Machines with Sue B. Zimmerman
"In this episode talking with soobee susan. Instagram makes social media consultant keynote speaker business coach and founder of the instagram course. Ready set grow. She and her team have spent the last seven years. Developing instagram marketing strategies for businesses and brands large and small and have helped thousands of business owners across the globe. through course really state grow. She educates instagram newbies and provides them with the right tools to build brand awareness and use the platform to make money so also produces education courses for creative live and regularly speaks on prominent stages such as social media marketing world social media day and traffic and conversion swap show sue. Thanks great to be here. Where do you live. I'm based out of new zealand. May my family but yeah. I'm right here in downtown boston. Have you ever been no. I haven't. I've got some friends that are from boston. I love the accent. I think he's got an accent. So that's all good. So i wanted to kind of jump straight into what you working on. At the moment things are changing with social media. The always doing stuff doesn't really work. The same and i think that a lot of people are applying strategies to to the profile and get known and get clients and things like that you should social media. I would say almost wrong especially for my industry. Health professionals practices. We tend to be quite behind. Because we're looking at. We're not the ones that you know the early early. Take these things and we tend to be using strategies that are that are all. What's your opinion on that in an let's dive into that. Yeah so i'm totally a new adopter on any social platform and hence been teaching three marketing for eight years. So i'm that person that's curious about something a new opportunity a new way of doing things like you always stand out from everyone else in big outside of the box in so i jumped on the clubhouse wagon really early and it's been a phenomenal tool to grow authority grow in path to create community and conversions and because we are signing up people for alive training and we have automation in the d. m. on instagram. We are able to make those conversions happen so much faster just simply from speaking on stages running my own club and my own rooms consistently five days a week so it's basically a marketing machine for everything that we do in everything that we stand
Telegraph Fire Continues to Spread Northeast, Closer to Globe, Arizona
"Is burning less than one mile from the community of top of the world. It's now the 10th largest wildfire in Arizona history. Fast approaching 72,000 Acres and new evacuation orders today for the mass Cal fire burning just southwest of Globe. 66,000 acre fire is now forcing residents of Beverly Hills and T 11 Ranch to leave their homes,
Global Crime Sting Using Messaging App Sees Hundreds Arrested
"The FBI and police agencies around the globe pull off a cyber sting it was called a non a secure messaging service built by the F. B. I. designed to snare criminal groups since October twenty nineteen the FBI and other law enforcement around the world log more than twenty million messages from a total of eleven thousand eight hundred devices with about nine thousand currently active the messages on illegal activity range from drugs to money laundering to high level corruption and plans to kill people in more than a dozen countries John Jay college of criminal justice professor Adam Scott want says the chats provided police all the evidence they need it not only are they able to look at who the people are communicating with they're able to see what was said and basically have copies of all the information on your own servers some eight hundred people have been arrested in raids that netted tons of drugs fifty five luxury cars and close to one hundred fifty million dollars in cash and cryptocurrency I'm Jim acquire
Building Success From Anywhere
"And today i'm joined by lisa. Lisa could you go introduce yourself. My name is lisa. Marshall i head up a team within the technology products organization. That's focused on overall employees success at engagement both attracting technical talent to come to salesforce as a technology destination but then also what someone joins making sure that people have great experiences and have the skills that knowledge that they need to be successful. And as part of that. I get to lead these success from anywhere program for the tech in products organization within salesforce and i assume success from anywhere is something about like remote work and something like that. It's kind of a mix. It's really everything it could be remote. It could be people who are what we're calling flex could be. People are office. It's really about the overall health. Can we make sure our employees are successful. No matter where they are or what their situation and the way we're looking at it is what i mentioned the flex remote or in office. We're thinking about it. In kind of a few different ways so traditionally of course we had what we believed was mostly office employees around the globe and then we looked at our data and said maybe. It's not so much that people weren't coming in full-time is expected head tim kits. Obviously we're all now working from home but in this past few months we've been thinking about. Well what will the future look like. What our employees want. What our leaders want for our Kind of what. It looks like from what we just call. Things like worker types. So of course we'll have people who will be in office mostly full time if not full-time and then we'll have a group of people who were calling flax which is people who will come to the office. Maybe one to three days a week to work with their scrum teams. Or maybe even one day every other week really. It's that flex idea where you could come to an office to work together when it makes sense for you and your team for collaboration in other
Fauci-Gate: Why He Doesn't Deserve A Pass
"I do want to get back to Fauci Gate. And yes, it is. Fauci Gate. I can't emphasize this enough. He is a public figure. His advice was shared around the globe. Some of the things he said, proved to be inaccurate. You may say okay, he's a doctor. Science is an evolving process. Stop them that they declared. Climate change is real science is actually an evolving process. That's news to some liberals. So you should say, Well, maybe we should give Dr Fauci a past science evolves, and maybe he was wrong, and I love folks. That's fine. That's not an accurate I would be willing to give him a pass. Except for the fact that's not how Dr Fauci discussed the ongoing science process. He either implied Or said outright that some of the advice he was giving was based on the science when in fact the science was still open.
OPEC Ups Crude Production as Economies Recover
"The Packers upped its crude oil production levels as economies recover but pandemic concerns remain energy ministers from the oil cartel and allied to producing countries have decided during an online meeting to increase to two point one million barrels of crude per day output OPEC made a deep cuts last year it is restoring them bit by bit the move balance is key is that continuing the nineteen out breaks in some countries such as India a major oil consumer will suck to moan from recovering economies around the globe and weigh on prices I'm Charles de Ledesma
Study Blames Climate Change for 37% of Global Heat Deaths
"A new study blames climate change for thirty seven percent of global heat deaths more than one third of the world's he deaths each year or do directly to global warming that's according to the latest study to calculate the human cost of climate change dozens of researchers who looked at he tests in seven hundred and thirty two cities around the globe from nineteen ninety one to twenty eighteen calculated that thirty seven percent were due to higher temperatures from human caused warming the study in the journal nature climate change found about thirty five percent of heat deaths in the U. S. can be blamed on climate change that's a total of more than eleven hundred deaths a year in about two hundred cities I'm surely after
Nations Begin 3 Weeks of Grueling Climate Talks Online
"Officials from around the globe are beginning. Three weeks of grueling online climate talks online do depend
Summer Travel Forecast Calls for Longer Waits, Fewer Choices
"Article from Boston Globe summer travel forecast called for longer waits fewer choices. If you haven't heard this story, I can't stress it enough. And I have two pieces of feedback for you. One. No, that it's coming. And don't be a jerk. Yeah. No, it's going to take longer to get your food. Your server might never have worked in a restaurant before. The restaurant owner might not be able to see each you because there might be booking out for four weeks ahead. So don't be a I want to say a different word, but I must say it jerk. Don't be a jerk this summer because you know what the businesses that are trying to figure all this stuff out there Struggling. They can't find any labor anymore. It's not their fault that their restaurant can't hire a bartender or can't handle a server where the hotel can't find
Peacebuilding Not Possible, Without Involving Young People: UN Youth Envoy
"With some one point. Eight billion people between the ages of ten and twenty four around the globe. Young people have a key role to play in forging lasting peace agreements. According to you. And you on for jonathan with chroma nyaka. They're important to maintaining peace and security and communities and to building social cohesion. She explains in an interview with you. A news with half the world under the age of thirty young people must be an integral part of the un peace and security agenda to. She says adding that. You can't build peace. Without engaging half the world's population she began by explaining to lists kapiti the youth. Peace and security agenda has evolved the youth peace and security is really a grassroots bottom up movement of young people asking the united nations to recognize their role as an active builders of peace because for so long young people considered as either perpetrators of violence so as members armed groups or terrorist groups are as victims of violence in places affected by conflict but majority of the young people in the world. Were saying that. We don't belong to any of these categories. Don't use this binary definition to define us in peace and security contexts is majority of us want to become peace builders and we are already trying to build. Pc knock community so you'd be security is really up came together. The voices of these young people coming to the n. Asking the un especially the security council to recognize their role as a active and positive builders of peace.
Bob Dylan Celebrates 80th Birthday
"Robert allen zimmerman was born may twenty fourth. Nineteen one who you might ask in college. Zimmerman adopted a stage. Name bob dylan. He celebrates his eightieth birthday. Today brand is blowing in the way. In addition to musical chops the minnesota dylan became an artist writer producer and nobel prize laureate. He dropped out of college and moved to the big apple where his lyrical skill began to shine. He wrote blowing in the wind in just ten minutes and his song showed a deep complexity that caused the new york folks team to turn its gaze to the up and coming songwriter he told. Cbs is sixty minutes in two thousand and four that his creativity came from a wellspring surprised. Even him tro this there's a magic to that and it's not Siegfried and roy magic. You know it's a different kind of penetrating magic near fatal motorcycle. Accident in nineteen sixty six led to a long recovery the night shift in his music from folk to rock dylan reinvented himself over the years musically and religiously he grew up jewish then profess to conversion to evangelical christianity and nineteen seventy-nine. Then back to judaism again over the course of his sixty year career. He's been named many halls of fame and received many awards including a presidential medal of freedom. Tin grammys a golden globe and an academy award
"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek
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"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek
"It's a bizarre category. And they all like the the way they get setup. It's always super bizarre. Lake with actress musical comedy. Like you have like rosamund. Pike and on your taylor joy but then you also have like kate hudson in like. It's just such a weird mix. I feel like like dairy different performances. Like i feel like i. Also i feel like it also shows the i mean you know music for a number of reasons like should but it also just shows you how weak of a year it is in this category because like i mean look the a. There's people that could have been before. That's what i'm saying. But like but like i feel like i feel like just especially like usually there's there's a star is born. Ah there's Or the shape of water or something in there. That's just like this. Has oskar traction. But i just feel like. There's nothing this year. That has oscar traction in this category See and that's interesting. Because when you are saying that the first thing popped in my head. I was like two bummer In the height. Scott delayed. Because i bet if that had cohen lowest supposed to that would have swept all spielberg's west side story over general. Here yeah for sure but in the heights especially would have been really cool to see her. I agree with that so this is this is where i thought my because my big my big better than night which was wrong was that Was it the old white people would not like borat to yes. And when when rosamund pike upset upset murray back lava. I was like i was really feeling like you. I was right here and then they win. The main two two of the main awards psycho script but rosamund pike. I haven't seen it yet. I'm excited to see it. You've seen it. It seems kind of gone girl like thing. Yeah i so. I watched it literally yesterday. And it's my first twenty twenty one release. That hasn't been at a festival so that's been kind of fun So like in that regard. It's definitely like my favorite of like actual wide releases of the year. I was really good and like there's a lot of criticism in like controversy around it or whatever wa which like gone girl had the same thing so it's like it's nothing new for rosamund pike but she's amazing in it. She so good and i i put it in our group chat but i think it reminds me of promising young woman a little bit. In how like i. I would describe promising. And women is having an aesthetic that like gets boiled down to like bubblegum. Fuck you then. I care lot feels really similar to it. But it's almost like fuck the bubble gum and fuck you and it's just like it's got that snappy attitude that's really fun and rosamund. Pike is like on her a game and it's just like a blatantly. I don't care if you like this movie like fuck you like. It's happening anyway and it's just oh it's so good i really like it. I've got a question for you. That just talk to me. Do you think they should put promising. Young woman in musical or comedy See and that's where. I find that the like the split of like musical or comedy kind of confusing and like i care is getting branded as like a black comedy like it falls into that realm which makes sense but like i find it and promising young woman so similar in its towing that line of like satirical almost like mocking and away like..
"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek
"Like. The ceremony overall nine heated. I but my thing is like at the end of the day. I don't like award shows in general like even like the oscars last year. I was like so annoyed with the entire time. Like the opening number setting all these films that like don't get any kind of acknowledgement. Like comes shit makes me mad and like the golden globes didn't have that necessarily but like there were just just i dunno it just felt so devoid of like anything worthwhile away like it's a three hour award ceremony and like i felt like they were prioritizing stuff that didn't need to be prioritized board. It was it was. It was really odd. Because i think i think the awards like i think of all the award shows like golden globes might suffer the most from being online. Just because i think the r- the reason the reason i watch the golden globes. Especially before i was into movies was was like celebrities in a room getting drunk and like ricky surveys making fun of him and that was always just like a good vibe. That was always just like you could tune in and just like in the past in the past like five years actually. The golden globes are up in ratings. When most other award shows are down. So i mean they've actually done a really good job with the ceremony for a long for like for for for a while. I know aside from the pa and their whole like the congress diverse now thing but i mean like just as an award show like which also i don't even have to credit the h. b. for that because usually like some showrunner that puts it together as it but yeah can't rip on them fuck them so so i think i think just like the lack of having like celebrities all in the same room linked drinking tables and like a red carpet just read. Carpets are so ridiculous. And i know like it's like i. I know people get annoyed at lake. Who are you wearing questions. And all this stuff and all the focuses on like the dresses and all that. But it's kind of fun. I kinda like it again. Why people.
"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek
"Hello everybody and welcome to another episode of sin. Affleck i m eastern coburn and i am clear cardis Welcome everybody. We just watched the golden globes clara. We did we. We just finished watching. What was that thirty minutes ago. Yeah yeah yeah it ended. It ended at eight So the golden globes are as weird as they always are. I think there was a time early on where you went. Four for four. Maybe six six same. I was at like a good one hundred percent estimates correct until we hit like tv properly. And then that's where no weird. My big upset was. I started losing was when they did best original song because that was which which the song one from life ahead was a which weird. But i was really surprised by that. Yeah that was. Yeah that was. That was a super big upset. So there was a there was a time when they were going very conventionally and the near the end the got kinda weird culminating in the the win that. I think everyone's gonna be talking about after this. Which is android day for billie holiday. Yes i feel like for me. Like i need to figure out how to be happy for her as a person. Just be upset that that one. 'cause i cus Her speech sounded nice. Like i like she seems like a great person. Like i'm genuinely like it's great to see great people when awards. Yeah it's just like. I don't know why we keep awarding just like mediocre 'bio-pics on lake singers from like the sixties like wire like. It reminds me of judy so much. Yeah judy was a surprise for me. Judy was not a good movie as a. I don't know how everyone i remember. That year was just like everyone just decided. At some point that renee zellweger was just going to be the person that we even the like schutte won oscars and everything in that in that case like android as different but like we just all like There was some point where everyone is just like. You know. it's it's renee zellweger year and everyone's like okay like people like. No one was really protesting it. So i just hope that doesn't happen again this year. It could you know. I brought up the point that it could be like attaran. Edgerton win that in a few years ago where he won for elton john. And it's like golden globes win like doesn't have any traction at the oscars but like what what what are your thoughts on that that one specifically because that's the one crazy..
"the globe" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Now. We would have had a real story. If because i thought you were going to hell of a drive through site that you're gonna say the meter son just shit on. That would be damning evidence solvent meter pillow so later apologized salvin said the harper thomas wife bonnie your wonderful neighbors have deep respect for him. He feels being dragged through. The mud. seems unjustly so several other neighbors expressed support for harper include. Dan mcglaughlin dog owner. He said i've never unkind world dog on and he's got some special insight on this and i've never seen the kind of behavior tribute to him now out of curiosity and again like again meter pick up shit not great this facebook thing dressed knock great bob hold onto neighbors. Nassif found people who said nice things about christine casual or meter or no. But not the story. do you think any other scenario. Would there be a story in the boston. Oldest man didn't pick up the craziest along the globe. Effort you're the real journalistic failure here is. Where's the interview with the dog. The dog is the one who suddenly decided to shit tommy. Harper's launched true pow. Wow indeed bad reporter battery bad holder. Kazuo reported harper. The police. October twenty seventh. He told the patrol when the police headquarters that our dogs have been relieving themselves a previous day's neighbor's property which he describes woodland area which he saw harper staring at a woodland areas anything like a forest. It sounds harper told the investigating officer. He was merely looking at casual raking his lawn casual game the finger called him a dirty old man but she denied. Now i wanted. And that's so they're coming for her job to basically She's done castro. said harper. Approach is great..
"the globe" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And recognize my handwriting. All over sometimes Michigan Scrawling sometimes careful and precise but one that I had had carved with my own hand and I wouldn't have been able to do this without employing a woman's right to choose. Yeah it almost felt like there was a bit of counter programming against the apathy of the hosts to who had who had specifically scolded people so in advance about giving political speeches and I think people kind of took that as an opportunity to stick their thumb and it was a different globes to me right. The Globe says in the past. It's been kind of the tipsy Oscar. The kind of the Sillier funnier drunker. This did not feel like that to me. This felt with a couple of exceptions. Tiffany OUGHTA shoot you. Heard in the intro when the award for Chernobyl was announced saying Noble as perhaps no one ever had kind of a you get at a car you get but other than that. It didn't feel that way. What you're what you're indicating? There's a lack of energy which was again the apathy apathy of the host leaches into the preceding when something like When Kate McKinnon comes out to do our introduction to Ellen Degeneres and she's just kind of striking out with this great forceful do a arm swinging dry? Then you're like okay. Somebody's here to have fun. Yeah so who do you think. The chances have increased decreased. have a I mean again. We've we've talked about many times but the globe does its own thing but I do get the sense. That Brad Pitt's chances went on following this because there's a lot of momentum at the back of once upon a time in Hollywood in general I I think Laura dern chances went up she for supporting actress For Marriage Story I think J.LO's chances I don't know I don't know what to make of J. Chances. That was kind of a weird. Let's not forget Jaylo nominated for Hustler's didn't win lost to Laura Dern I admire both of those performances in very different very different ways I mean you definitely definitely had some foregone conclusions that were cemented I th. I was very happy to see parasite win for foreign language film. I really liked that Renee Zellweger performance in Judy that won for best best actress in a drama. I will talk more about that. I think closer to to Oscar season. As far as WHO's chances went up or down. I don't see a lot of momentum. Some for the Irishman with the way with no wins you don't see a lot of momentum for the two popes shut out dolemite is my name got shut out. I think nine hundred seventeen in winning best drama gives that movie a certain amount of momentum going into the announcement of Oscar nominations. That's opening wide on Friday. Yeah I think you know one of the things I would normally say. Hey the Globes have nothing to do with the Oscars but you know somebody did point out this week. The Oscar voting period is only like a week long this year. And we're right in the middle of it and it's not that. It's exactly a predictor. But you know maybe you hear about something and it causes you to at least get out and say before a vote. I should see this so maybe you know or if you were thinking well. That's not a plausible winner. That's you know this one's a foregone conclusion maybe this changes your mind and maybe it does affect back to your your vote Anything else you WANNA say before we go justice for forty justice for fair enough. Well that brings us to the end of our show. We want to know what you thought about. The Golden Globe boards find us on facebook at facebook dot com slash PCH or tweet us at PCH. Thanks to both of you for being here and staying up with me you you and of course thank you for listening to pop culture happy hour from NPR if you have a second year so inclined subscribe to our newsletter you can do that. NPR Dot Org Slash pop culture newsletter. We will see you all right back here on Friday..
"the globe" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
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"the globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"What they're gonNa do is season two and that's a good start well because it's weird because it's not it's not the first season you know what I mean so like if it were the first I season I'd be like yes. FLEABAG will win. phoebe Waller Bridge will win. But it's not it's over so they're not like maybe phoebe Rachel Brosnahan has won the last two years in a row. You know so it's true. Okay couple were supporting categories and other acting categories. TV remaining. Anyone really sticking out for you that you're rooting for or you think it's going to surprise us. Justice for Andrew Scott Hydros for Andrew Scott. I mean just disagreed with you about while bridge I'll say justice for Andrew got for sure who needed for an emmy? We should note and but dig it dominated here and I would love to see either merit weaver or Caitlyn Dave from unbelievable Win because once again an unbelievable it's incredible. I think a lot of people really slept on or Toni. Collette like any of those three women who were nominated for that show Really really good. If you haven't checked it out. What a fun watching insist that could be for you over the holidays but I think that could it could? It really could be like that this netflix project. That like people don't see coming at the Globes it could be. It could be unbelievable this year. Believe it or not okay. That does it for this week's episode. I will be back to record after the Golden Globes next week so Everyone get ready to see how these predictions sounds panned out for us In the meantime find Vanity Fair Dot Com and on twitter at little Goldman and on our own. I am at Katie rich and Mike Mike Underscore Hogan and Richard Riles and Joanna Gerald. This and Anthony President can. This episode was edited and produced by Brett Fuchs..
"the globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Thought it was just going up and up and up for driver and instead there's a bunch of roadblocks that I did not not see coming so does rise of skywalker going to be his nervous uh-huh Richard and I don't agree on this but I think driver is great in the rises skywalker. Richard just thinks he's not in like checked out of it and that's you know that that is an interpretation. I understand but I think he I kind of think that Red Skywalker is like one of those performances. where it's sort of like Romney Malik? Where you're like Bohemian rhapsody is bad romalis rallies pretty good in it or whatever? So that's that's it might. It might impact in that way. I don't know we're we're sitting here. The general public still hasn't seen star wars though. Who knows what's going to happen so a lot of times? We whoever wins the globe. It feels like it's the narrative but it does feel like like Adam driver and Joaquin Phoenix are still the top of the best actor category. And I I don't know that that will settle anything. Whoever wins like it will be interesting but it will still feel like a race to me? I think a toss her night. I like my Tokens Antonio Madera Star. Course there we've been would cheer for that so loudly early. He's been winning. He's been running critical words. You know. So He's wonderful ended and he really is a fun guy to be a room with which I'm not sure you would say about you know at least three other five people here not naming names naming names but but I mean yeah presumably. It's driver Phoenix face. Off Off as the Oscar will be It is interesting to not see Deniro here with with five drama things and obviously we talked about that when the nominations came out but just looking at it again. I'm Mike Man. No Deniro. Now we should talk about actor an economy because Eddie Murphy like I think has a chance to really show his position of strength here because it's basically in this category. It's him and Leonardo DiCaprio. I think the big heavy hitter potential Oscar nominees up against Craig Roman Griffin Davis and Josiah Rabbit and our beloved Taryn Edgerton. It feels like Eddie Murphy can pull this off. It does and yet I've just I have to say it's gotTa be tearing eight them. Musical like sometimes musical categories categories. They genuinely give it to a musical performance. So You know I agree your bloody right but I'm just GONNA put my heart out there and say Taryn uh-huh Dolemite has some music to it. You know I it's it's a very like performing kinda movies true he's And and I I feel like that is kind of the thing I always think about years ago. Colin Farrell won this award in comedy up comedy slash musical for in Bruges which is a great little movie and a Great Performance and Colin. Farrell's a great actor but you gotTa Watch what you say next. You really want to be very careful. One of my favorite movies vis-a-vis time like that because they split between comedy and drama. It's really nice. That a beloved actor. Ken Get a Golden Globe and give speeches John Stage during award season. And I feel like that's exactly the position Eddie. Murphy is in this year and it's like the back kind of role right where we'll go on Anthony. I was GonNa say I think that the the cynical side of they would love to be the place where Eddie Murphy makes a killer award speech and held to Academy Glory. That happened that the Globes that would be a great thing for the globe so I could see them wanting to Make that a possibility. So you guys don't think Eliana Caros as much of a threat is maybe I do. Oh No I think he is but I think he has less of a narrative than his Co star. Brad Pitt does I feel like people are like. Oh Leo's great but like You know we're we're. We're still kind of tired from the revenue so as if we see were swimming in the frozen river. Yeah Leo's obviously you're Taryn and we know this about you. Katie so again it all right Actress in a musical comedy musical drama. I keep Straw okay. The actress in drama. Who I think will win? I thought was nominated in a musical which is Renee Zellweger and Judy. which is weird? That she's in this category but Anyway she's is this going to be. where the rene domination like becomes a real thing I would assume so I mean that's kind of I mean since what like telluride we've been like? Oh yeah like that. That she's got that in the bag I since the photos were released but that movie movie has been pretty quiet ever since and I. I don't know I my my my hunch is that you know she'll she'll kind of return onto the scene With the Globes. It'll be kind of like her her reemergence into this conversation I don't see her having really serious competition from anyone else on the list. which I I feel like is probably the thing working? Best for her at the moment What about search Ronin? Well I feel like little women has been kind of this weird nonstarter starter. Thus far this award season in certain capacities and we just ran a story. I think that was from you. wrote it Anthony about about like not getting voters into see little women if I asked you to talk about his story who wrote it was a legitimate question. Do not Not a proposal. Like what about her. Do we think that she might because you know that story was about how male voters in a lot of the guilds didn't go go to see the movie and they're not sure they're watching screener so like do you think she would be like the next possible. I think I think Shirley's and I think not because I think you know we. We just talked about bombshell we've talked about are like whatever with Charlie's performance but remember. They gave Christian Bale The Globe for advice and so like maybe they're just like hey that disappearing act. What a what a show? Charlie's it is surely feels like such a gloves win here for it is a very buzzy performance and I think people are talking about it and I think that you know she is. I think the feeling is even for people who found the Makeup Cup and all that as distracting as I did like she still did an amazing job so I think she's in there. I also think Scarlett I almost feel like scarlet pays the price of of how dominant net flicks is and they're sort of Globes another globes desire. Let's face it to lake. Spread the wealth so that all the studios like by tables and stuff. They don't want they don't want warner brothers coming them being like seriously gave twelve awards to net flicks last night but I think scarlets performance is incredible but I seem seem to be living in denial bubble about the reception of Mayor Story which to me was not that bad so I mean I love marriage story I just I. Don't I think it was received well by the general public. I but maybe I'm too online. You're always right about that. My Do we want to talk about some of the comedy musical where this category is The maybe the wildest one of all right. This is the one where Kate Blanchett nominated for. Where'd you go Bernadette movie? Everyone forgot existed listed. I guess that gives Aquafina pretty good. Edge is the one person who's in a potential best picture nominee. I think she's going to be the one to be. I think that's a beautiful movie A great performance from her unexpected performance from from Aquafina and I think that's the kind of thing where we talked about them. Liking to break new talent. I don't count as new. I guess she's young and But but but it shows a new dimension to her at the very least and I could you see them really wanting to be. Wow you remember remember like twenty years from now remember when we We gave you that award and Boy that really changed things for you like they would love to be the landmark workplace where people looked at Aquafina is very serious and wonderful actress. Yeah and it's a way to recognize one of the more beloved movies of the year you know. At least at least by those who've seen Senate and elsewhere in the category I mean on the armistice is great and knives out. She has the benefit of that movie being a huge financial success. You know so. It's kind of in people's heads but I feel like the ensemble aspect of that movie is more. It's sort of visible strength than one at any one particular performance. Even though there are single oh performances nominated maybe even a little surprised that she's running an actress for supporting for that role. I mean I know that she is pretty has a principal kind of plot role but the issue I think. Just because of the ensemble. You don't think of her being unscreened the majority of the film necessarily yeah. They divide the supporting categories between Comedy and drama which I guess gives her her much better chance of getting in there. She'd been in supporting up against you. Know Margot Robbie et CETERA. Okay join them. We were talking before for about The power of an honorary award so Tom. Hanks is going to give a speech as a sesame mill award winner at the Golden Globes. Does that give him an edge of Brad Pitt. Here or is this Brad Pitt. All the way pit hit pit pit and I think it's going to be good. I'm really excited to see Brad Pitt. Went acting has. He wasn't not going to look up if you wanted to go. I mean he has an acting Oscar. He's been part of multiple best picture. Nominees teams like this incredible behind the scenes role. But he's such a huge which movie star it feels so overdue. I don't know am I going to get like emotionally affected by him. Winning a Golden Globe would and like and I love that he would get it for like I love that he would get it in the supporting category to be honest with you. Because Brad you know is this like impossibly galactically handsome human being who has always been more of a character actor than he is like a a leading man despite being so handsome. He's like fought against poor him too handsome. But like that's like that's been the pit narrative right is like what he really shines. He does those like Weirdo parts and like it's not like his time in Hollywood role is not like super weird. He's still like incredibly handsome and it but like it's kind of like a weird little character likes you know supporting character role. I would love for him to get the glove for this for sure. Why what? I'm curious about Hank's if either any when he picks up his lifetime stomach trophy or for this one. I think he'll win is will he take off his jacket and shoes while giving the speech and cardigans in like I think I just really just leaning into the sort of life like like Mister Rogers kind of sermonizing of at all. I'm excited for that brand new APP. Brad Pitt I would like Brad Pitt. First of all to bring the dog up to the but this is I think maybe the most obvious one where Brad Pitt can really start. Now if he hasn't already like approaching this as an audition for his Oscar speech like like it creates the Globes do function that way kind of like you know. Don't you want this this to happen on your stage. Show this act one and you'll get act. You know. The Final Act continued. Yeah so I think that. I think that's what you're some version. One of that Brad Pitt can live with and not hate himself for doing because obviously he's much cool to like campaign or do anything like that So it'll be interesting to see how he handles the tradition of of auditioning for your next award speech and remember at this award. Show unlike the Oscars Jennifer Aniston will be there as a nominee for the morning. Show so get ready for for the cameras to cut to her during his speech. I mean these two have been like circling around each other for so long since they broke up literally twenty years ago at this point maybe So I'm sure they'll be fine but I can't wait to see the cameras. Try to juice up the drama between the Tis anyone. Does anyone remember well. Of course you do. We're an award. We're an award show podcast but like one of weird things that I like to remember are like great presentations of awards and an old timer for me. Is Brad Pitt and Ryan Gosling Thousand Sixteen Globes like Brad Pitt. Awards presenter is like a barrel of monkeys he's really fun so talk meaningfully involved in this Golden Globes broadcast i. I have just like feeling like he has something to say. I don't know what it is though and I'm just very curious you know I feel like I just feel like there's something there's some unspoken narrative or something if he's just going to like Let fly if if he gets up on a stage This winter. Let's talk about supporting actress. Which might be the most foregone conclusion of this? At least as thank Clark dern has been kind of emerged as the one real consensus of the entire year among critics and all the You know awards seen so far so I'm excited for her speech..
"the globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Are right around the corner and we're gathering together to throw out our Golden Globes CBS predictions. Because it's going to really sneak up on us after the holidays and which is exciting because we always love having an award show to dive right back into so we're going to go through the Golden Globes Nominees and make our best stabs at predictions as we always know. It's best not to pretend you know too much. Because the Golden Globes a particular can be really weird and surprising. But we're going to go through movies in television and try to predict what happens and hopefully we get some right. He does want to start at the top and go into best picture drama. Which I actually don't think I know who's going to win? Yeah I mean that's Like you said that this is a hard to predict a job. Because the age of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is made up of sort of a secretive group of you know of not that many foreign journalists but my gas is. They're going to say the Irishman because it check enough boxes. It's appealing to a wide enough kind of selection of people even though it again. That's a narrow voting body. I don't think the Netflix thing will be a problem. I I think we've kind of gotten past that at this point. So that would they don't. I don't think they have an issue. Outright flicks right. Yeah Yeah I mean. The problem for Netflix is the contingent of the the academy and some of the other guilds that is feels protective of the theatrical model. But I don't know that anyone in the Golden Globes voting thought he gives a damn about the American attractive of they're very protective getting movie stars on their TV broadcasts. Yes Y- yeah. I'm tempted to agree with Richard. Sure just because Like that Pesha Pacino roles a nominated screenplays nominate. You know like it's it's. It's well nominated Irishman so. I think that I acre I agree a bunch of wacky foreigners did give joker the golden line advance trust as wacky. Yeah Joker winning. The biggest. Everyone hold onto their hats. Surprise you guys can imagine. That's because marriage story upsetting would be interesting nine hundred seventeen. I can definitely see as a contender but all of these like maybe joker in two popes are the ones where we don't be like. Wait a second. We've been misreading this whole race to be baffling and joker would be kind of ominous a something. Yeah what's up because it's all going to come down. The Globes is the Han foreign press. They love their movie stars to be on their TV show and then they also Kim successful campaigning like campaigning. Really works on them is what I've noticed eh straight so. I do think that Netflix feels like It's got strongest chance here. I have a formula for gauging. My my own predictions for Golden Globes. But it's a little bit cynical I don't know. Do we like cynicism on this podcast. I feel that the Golden Globes are pretty much irrelevant at least as a as a voting body. It's eighty seven people who so some are legitimate journalists some have more dubious credentials. The show itself has a kind of wonky history But I think they derive their legitimacy intimacy from the appearance of legitimacy so if the films that they recognize go on to win Oscars people say well the Golden Globes H F. It's a bellwether for the Academy Awards. which is the one that filmmakers actress studios in the public in general really cares about so I think so? I mean to malign anybody but I think often I feel like the Golden Globes give their trophy to the film that they think is going to win in the Oscar or as likely to win the Oscar. So they're actually. The Golden Globes are the predictions for the Oscar. Yes yeah spotting so. That's kind of like so what I think if they they don't WanNa go they don't WanNa make the wild choice because they don't want people to come back and go. Oh yeah well they go they go choose crazy things like they're they're contrarians. RHAPSODY did win in this category last year. So you never know through the that Nathanael. I think. That's a good argument for Irishman because it's got such a prominent spot at the top of the race and also I think a good argument for what's time in Hollywood in the comedy category. which to me need that one seems like a much safer bet given on board for both of those? Yeah that's that's the one I think we'll win it and we've talked about this just the last thing about. Mary store like Mary Marriage story had landed differently. When it premiered on Netflix? Then we'd be having a different conversation but it landed in the midst of this very silly. I don't know I just feel like marriage story. You got on a lot of different sides by just the discourse in a way that even despite the discourse around the Irishman the Irishman didn't so yeah I could see those is that marriage story has become kind of a joke like I feel like whenever I see people talking about marriage story now they're kind of mocking it and the the intensity of the emotion or the melodrama of it and. I don't think that's a good that doesn't feel good in terms of its awards prospects especially think Status Conscious Golden Globe. Voters would look at it. No we don't WanNa vote for the movie that everybody's kind of making joking memes about. Yeah if I had been asked to predict which movie of the fall all would become the blake. Have a very hilarious Matach to it. It would not have been a no about about divorce. I think you're right that I mean at least from our sort of filtered perspective which is you know looking at twitter all day or whatever that that particular marriage to remain which is the four panels. You know them fighting with overlaid text La- it does kind of frame. The movie in a context that I don't think is really beneficial to I think you guys are two extremely online. I don't know when I've been having conversations and we're about marriage story admittedly I I'm dominating these conversations but it's just about how good it is so I don't know I feel like twitter is doing its twitter thing but I'm not sure that that's ask the conversation that's happening among award season insiders but maybe the FBI on twitter ruins things. I don't know I mean you guys are all season insider so so maybe I'm I'm probably just out of it but But yeah I I want to resist the notion. That twitter has ruined A marriage story. But I do think that Ed Murray story doesn't have the epic you know. Sweep of the Irishman and it doesn't have compelling of a kind of you know capping a series series and a career or several careers Of An argument the way. That Irishman has Irishman just has a ton of sort of is like a little bit of a freight train coming into this thing with a lot of weight behind it. That being said like the third thing that Hollywood foreign press is obsessed with is is is anointing new talent They love they love ushering in the new and planted their flag on that. And so I think just as the Irishman is like here is the end of not end of like closing of an era of a kind of you know actors and film making a ball Blah like Adam driver and Scarlett Johansson are like of the now generation like you know Oh right now if you're listening in January right now. We're in the midst of an driver. Fresh air controversy I suppose but like driver being anointed as like you know who's already worked with Scorsese who's been anointed as as new thing. I think that that is appealing link could be appealing to the gloves with that. Might be more relevant to discuss in the acting categories that in this category all right because my do comedy. Yeah I mean I think Katie. You're you're on the nose with with Hollywood I. I would be surprised to see JOE JOE or or knives out or Dolemite win. I mean rocket. Man You know like you know did win a best picture trophy at the Golden Globes last year. So so maybe that has has more legs than than than I think it. It does but if Joanna's bribes have gone through the F.. Jeff but I just I don't know I just can't see them not rewarding not only Clinton Tarantino movie not only a Brad Pitt and Leo DiCaprio movie but also a movie about Hollywood. It just feels like those three things combined makes it kind of a syllable. I'm with you on all those points. Hundred percent well then. Let's combine all of them into best director and figure out who we think is going to triumph here because as I go through our weekly predictions on our awards guide like basically feels like Scorsese and Tarantino are tackling back and forth as the best picture best director front runners. And I kind of almost feel like you could flip a coin on these two in this category. I I think it could go either way and You know sometimes when you have a coin flip situation where voters feel strongly about two individuals They look for a way to split the vote right or split it give recognize them for one thing or another thing and I think like if if if Tarantino doesn't get director I could see that going to scorsese and then screenplay going to Tarantino Yeah because that's where Tarantino tends to end up right like he's well Oscars for it like it's just kind of people like oh I mean. Of course he's amazing filmmaker but it's the writing or you know it's it's a safe place to put him. Um We're certainly score. Says he has more of a sort of great director from the You know the seventy golden age of cinema kind of aura about him while Turkey does making movies about that Eric Score says he was making that era. I don't know I have this weird feeling that because it's it wasn't able to be nominated in the best picture category that that some voters might be like you know we'll give it among Juninho here. It's an amazingly directed film. It is by some of the movie of the year. I thought that too. Yeah Yeah when you go. Galaxy Brain Sir thinking about Oscars and best picture the whole preferential ballot at the Oscars which we can get into later like. It's not really possible to slip boats because you know if one of them is in first place in the votes get allocated gated so the Irishman versus once upon a time in Hollywood like that won't factor in but in director at does so you could also imagine score says he and Tarantino splitting the amount of affection and bonking Ho kind of cruising losing to the top which has happened before I could also see San Mendez. Just coming in here with with that kind of slightly strange Win You know we'd we'd be that strange but I could see. I don't know blood also won last year. So if we're going by the same metric of like like parasites in this other category just like Roma was right right. Most people angry most people seem to consensus agree that it was maybe the best film of the year. Then then will you know will honor June in this category up here. So is there not cinematography because that would be maybe an eighty eighty young technical prizes. So maybe weirdly Sam Mendes could get you know the nineteen seventeen Oscar. Because there's no Oscar to give Roger Deakins and bugged me a golden glove. Oh and then Bongino gets the foreign when everybody gets gets a statue of very spread the wealth money it. Yeah I mean if if the nineteen eighteen seventeen surge is going to happen start happening. It's going to be there because running out of things for which would be interesting but I think I feel like if if we want if we can move on to actors Like I feel like that's where the Globes can get kinda weird. I guess it's usually in supporting Aaron Taylor Johnson winning for nocturnal animals or something. Thank my favorite. And even though the Globes are not all that useful as kind of clarifying metric I will be curious to see how the great it kind of best actor shuffle. That has been this season is sort of you know. Sort of sorted out by by this category. Because like you know it's it's been such a competition and even just get nominated because there have been so many huge performances in two thousand nineteen I fear Edge. Joaquin Phoenix Win for for some reason for some reason I'm thinking Antonio Banderas Harris has probably bear hugged all eighty seven members of the fit. Like I I was like I wonder if it's because I've just been thinking like oh it's driver. It's definitely driver but like like Mary getting MEEMA FIDE and then driver getting like vilified for this fresh air thing who knows how long this news cycle last. I Apologize College is once again. We're in the midst of it. Released Star Wars is also going to happen on the Globes Gasol night at my next point where the the rises guy workers is currently currently sitting with a nice fifty three percent rotten score on rotten tomatoes so I thought it was just going up and up and up for driver and instead there's a bunch of roadblocks that I did not not see coming so does rise of skywalker.
"the globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Which again is traditionally hard to predict? And Hey the Kamensky made a big showing but Joanna you wrote first surprises roundup about Game of thrones it's last-gasp but the Globes didn't turn out so well no I mean and I think once again that's that's the Globes ever especially the TV arm arm of the Globes there Kong fascinated with the new And so they don't really do that whole like. Oh it's your final season. Let's really send you out with a bang. They're like what's what's what's coming up. What's friends and so yes? The thrones got a single solitary nomination for Kit Harrington which I think is bananas and that's not it really a knock on kit who I think did have his best season of the entire. Rental given thrones is just like of all the of all the performances. I wouldn't have put kit as the the top of my list of of who would get in their over like Peter Dig Ledge or any of the women But that being said the the actress categories are really stacked this year because we have a lot of female lead perceives dramas You know kicking around got morning show big little lies or Killing Eve like all this stuff is is is going on right now. And and so. There's no room for the Queens of West Coast. But Yeah Kit Harrington. Being the single thrones nominee. Is I think an interesting little story this morning and presumably he won't win. I haven't looked at the like he might get beaten by any number of people like Billy Porter Brian Cox. So he'll just kind of be there. Is this weird. A holdover from thrones. Yeah it's fascinating to me. And the and then Brian Cox getting so Brian Cox and Kieran Culkin or the to Performance nominated firm succession. The you know a new the kid on the block but a lot of people are really. You know irritated this morning. The Jeremy Strong isn't in the league and Jeremy Strong who's so tremendous tremendous on that show like I feel like nominating Brian Cox and Kieran Culkin. Both fantastic on the show is kind of a move. You make if you don't watch accession but you've noticed accession. Jason is a show that people care about. And you're like Oh yeah okay. Brian Cox in the coking kid. The Kid Cheryl nominate them. But like if you watch the show there's no way. Oh you don't nominate Jeremy Strong over those two so it's a it's a little league. That agree with that problem for me is. There's so many we you know but then I'm just like what about Schiff for about Tom. What about cousin graph? There's just too many good good performances on the show but But Kieran Culkin is. Maybe it's like you know not the most refined pleasure but the pleasure of every single second. He's Onscreen as extreme. Our Love Kieran Culkin and I love. Brian Cox tremendous. I'm not. I'm not like knocking them. Getting nominated. What Jeremy Strong does with a glance is ridiculous? So but you're right. I mean there's any number of people were like can can we just dominate the whole. They don't have an ensemble award word of the glows that I feel like they really should. Because that's like that's a that'd be very friendly thing to do and then follow that something that we can also look forward to the side awards. Yes having on Samba Award and also we should remember that the succession got at zero acting. Nominations at the emmys which was so infuriating. So at least we've made your mistakes. Yeah Oh and same with nominating Andrew. Scott for FLEABAG which comes as a relief for how instrumental he is to that show and he? He's in the supporting category television which they mash everybody together on the same way they do you in movies. So it's like. Yeah this movie's so it's just kind of hilarious lineup of like Andrew. Scott for fleabag Alan Arkin for the kaminsky method. Kieran Culkin Stellan skarsgard. I sure noble and Henry Winkler for Berry like how in the world you stack those performance. I have now is the TV show. That showed up that I think castle out to deal with like star power more than it does like critical acclaim. Is The politician Annette flakes. which is you know the big the big you now Ryan Murphy bed plot Gwyneth paltrow sort of thing? That just really came and went like Netflix. I spent as much on the politician as they did on season. Three three of the crown. I think that's the stat and it just made not a single impact really when it when it debuted But here it is at the Globes and that is a classic Globes move. I think for that show so I love seeing Livia Coleman for the crown she so good meet them Carter and Tobias Menzies they They went as hard for the crown as you would. Maybe I hope for. I love seeing Kirsten Dunst for becoming a gun central Florida. That is the show that really flew under the radar. She is tremendous on that show so she's not going to probably win against like Natasha. Leona phoebe Rachel Brosnahan but I'm really excited to see her in there so but she might because you never know how about. But they're minor that Mr Robots still on where Malik shows up for actor in a drama series. It's true he's like you know maybe from window in at the Globes but you mean rhapsody Z.. Then mister robot so you never know I think that might that might be enough for our Globes conversation as it keeps the sandwich also coming later this week. There's also a bunch of critics prize is is that we will have another episode this week so we'll have plenty of time to get into all of that so look forward to it. I'm any other final globes thoughts Do you want to leave for now. Yeah I do want to ask one final question if you had to sing one of the nominated songs at Karaoke. Would it be beautiful ghosts from cats. I'm GonNa love me again. Rocket man into the unknown from frozen do spirit from the Lanqing or stand up from Harriet. Mike Hogan there would be none. It would be an UN nominated Being Alive live from company. I've been practicing it months. Actually eligible showed up on my spotify. Most listen to songs of the year do you do that. Driver doesn't do all the other parts. You like. You know Bobby. I can't quite and keep them and achieved that level of mastery. That's it's incredible rushing and again i. I didn't really know. This is the the most recent production ten years ago or whatever and so kind of recognize the song when he sang it in the movie. And since then I now know it by heart and so it's amazing to watch it again and watch all the voices of the other characters anyway. That's my favorite the musical moment and nothing will change it it is. I'm not kidding. You my favorite song for my favorite musical. So I'm really happy that it's your most listened song Westbound Five Katy Katy which Richard nominated song reducing carrier. I should mention I that you did mention cats. I mentioned the beginning. But we should note that cats got nominated for nothing but song And that seems weird and maybe not a great time for cats but also you know it's cats I would pick the recommend song you think is the easiest like that. Seems kind of like a Not like Elton hitting the high notes anymore. So I feel like I could handle it without embarrassing whistle too much. I would definitely do into the unknown from frozen to but I would do the panic at the disco. Oh version not not difference just like more rollicking guitars. I think It anyway that one. I know that I would with all the high notes and I don't WanNa put myself after that kind of scrutiny and Richard. Obviously I'm going to answer for Richard But obviously do beautiful. It.
"the globe" Discussed on Unobscured
"Imagination and provoked at least one leading politician outright obsession in fact it's easy to trot out these details about its rapid spread or about the interests of royal families and famous writers to prove that point but one of the things that so remarkable about spiritualism is what happened in England and in Rochester through this movement people who would otherwise have been overlooked girls and a country farm and workers in a Yorkshire factory or being heard across the world take Emma Floyd was born to a simple London schoolmaster in eighteen twenty three when she would later make a name for herself she would write that the neighborhood where she grew up was the resort of thieves murderers and outcasts not an auspicious place to start a life of worldwide renown and things only got worse when his father died the oldest fortunate it wasn't long before Emma needed to help support her family to keep them all out of the workhouse Emma later wrote that she was never young joyous or happy she did have though was music likely fish Emma started working life as a music tutor she was talented enough though that she didn't stick to teaching and within a year she was performing publicly on stage and that's what brought her to the attention of a man named Pierre the air to a French piano empire his family had fled the dangers of Paris for the safety of England when he heard 'em play in his London Shop Pierre offered to loan her an instrument of her own if she would agree to spend some time every day playing in his showroom it was only a matter of time before things had settled down enough for him to return to Paris and bring Emma along with him so it was a fateful offer because peer brought something else to his new families music business an interest in the occult during the day Pierre started offering spaces his shops to a group called the orphan circle their rituals included drawing transitions from sleep walkers and clairvoyant children in the tradition of French mesmerised often they wanted someone to set the mood soon enough ammo was performing accompaniments for their seances must have been quite the change for Emma one moment she is working at a piano shop to entice visitors to buy expensive instruments and the next she was being asked to help a group of cultists channel spirits from the world of the dead but it didn't take long for the orphan circle to determine that Emma was a suitable instrument herself they figured out that they could easily magnetized her and once she was in a trance could play any piece of music they wanted on command for a while this became Emma's routine but word got back to Emma's mother with an ominous tone her daughter was trapped in Paris under an evil hand Satanic influence and physical evidence supported their fears the perfect circle was ringing her out like an old rag injuries from overexertion during transits shredded Emma singing voice her mother demanded her return to England where she demanded her to get rest and then find normal work on the stage again but Emma would never forget the power that had moved through her so maybe it's no surprise that when Maria Hayden arrived in London Emma soon started to make public appearances alongside her as a second medium then in eighteen fifty five she would even sale for America following an invitation to perform in one of the grandest cities in the country Emma was headed to Broadway before we move forward we need to take a step back back before cates and Maggie Fox held assailants in Rochester before chorus Scott filled that blank slate with otherworldy writing before emma sat at the orphanage circles piano before all of that there was bell and like the girls we've met so far she come to carry the Mantel of modern spiritualism into the eighteen fifties here's Margaret Washington professor of history and American Studies at Cornell University city as she would say she was practicing it before she even knew that there was something called spiritualism Bell was born in the same land Andrew Jackson Davis would grow up in the eighteen twenties but bell was older than Andrew to and her experience of life in the Hudson valley couldn't have been more different than his she was born sometime just before the year eighteen hundred but the dates recorded you see right there in New York Bell was born into slavery here's Margaret Washington again she would say and actually she did say that when she was born there were no ships there were steamboats it was a whole different world you can imagine living in rural Hudson Valley New York in the wintertime and not having shoes that was the fate of the enslaved African Dutch people where she grew up and that was pretty much her fate bell was never educated as a child she never went to church bells mother gave her a deep sense of faith that was a mixture of pious Dutch calvinism and the traditions of her African heritage Wjr and even from a very young age bell had a second sense clairvoyance has seemed to guide her through life and it was through people like bell that Africans Ritu -ality would come to be another major influence on American spiritualism spiritualism has interesting connection just what we call African ninety the idea of people connecting to the other world was something that African took as uncommon. I mean that's just the way it was there really was no break between the earthly life and the life of the beyond one of the formative experiences for bell the one that confirmed her spiritual sensitivity and set the course for her life in motion was the death of her beloved Father James no longer work they left him to fend for himself when he went blind though there was little he could do to care for himself after all most of his children had been sold away from New York related cabin and killed him when he died the white family offered to provide a funeral the funeral consisted of this pine box and lots of and that was basically sort of a high falutin funeral for slave for bell it was so disgusting Remembered that and she took comfort in the feeling that came over her afterwards and it stayed with her the rest of her life it was the sense of her father there's guiding presence she always said that throughout her life she and her father talked to each other she maintained that she was channeling her father on many occasions that was very important to her he was her shining light to makes us very clear in her narrative of how important he was to her so from the time that she was young Bellwood turn to spirit voices when things became difficult worked especially hard they would earn their freedom when the day came though he laughed in her face he claimed that she hadn't kept her side of the bargain despite she went to her little island area and she asked God what she should do because he had broken his promise and God told her she should leave and said well how can I leave they'll see me and God told her to leave just before daybreak when everyone was still asleep in the household woke up to find the kitchen empty bell was gone she had walked away from her enslavement with her infant child step toward becoming the woman that changed the face of America a woman that we know today as sojourner truth a metaphor her story makes clear what was at stake in the battles she would fight for the rest newsbeat shuffled from bondage to bondage for the prophets of powerful slaveholders or whether black families would be able to break the system of channel Slavery awesome and revolution a force that was all too familiar to someone else the spiritualists.
"the globe" Discussed on Unobscured
"And waiting to be filled as she copied out her lessons it was warm afternoon in the fall of eighteen fifty one and even at eleven chorus curiosity news spread like lightning of course after sitting and spiritual seances at wholesale chorus parents could hardly be views about what they were witnessing as he talked with the neighbors her father David realized that his family were the first spiritualist reach Wisconsin he'd come to launch the Western inch of Aden Blues Hope Del community chorus new spirit messages had become more important than any utopian experiments so he took up the mantle of missionary for this new age of spirit revelation. David's teachings kindle just as many flames of fear as it did lamps of inspiration for example Mary folsom the eighteen year old teacher at chorus school was deeply shocked by all of it she was a devout Christian and in her view it was her less since that should fill chorus late cast from the seat of authority in favor of the girl Mary fumed from the sidelines surely there was only one way to understand her displacement by mysterious intelligences from the Spirit World Cora was in the grip of demonic possession so Mary took the rare she begged that the evil influence over the girl would be cast out and then she waited for results the stories kept coming though in fact it seemed like chorus dances were happening more frequently now even as Mary's anxiety grew chorus family moved forward and embrace their new mission one Sunday morning most of Mary's relatives decided that instead of attending church they were going to assay ons with Corre to hear from the spirits it was everything the young teacher had feared they apes out of the house much to Mary's fury leaving her behind with her father while they were gone though Mary felt the spirit power for herself was in the kitchen laboring over the dirty dishes when an invisible wait slammed into her body crushing her to the floor some voice in a language she didn't know or understand launched from her mouth the sound brought her father in but there was nothing he could do to break her free from whatever pinned her down in fact Mary later said that she felt lift her off her knees and lead her toward her father's Bible Mary's hands flip frantically through the pages were her fingers trace the words visions dreams signs wonders miracles when the grip of the power left her Mary and her father were both shaken but her anxiety was also gone the spirit power hadn't driven her away from God but toward him she was left with a fresh determination to seek out right and talk with the spirits when she finally sat down with a girl things started the way she expected a strange voice was speaking rapidly from the eleven role in a language Mary couldn't understand but then her own moth started to move suddenly she was talking with Cora in German the two them traded comments while they're puzzled families watched from around the room chorus German mesmerized translated for the crowd wonder you see Mary didn't know German and certainly hadn't taught her student to speak it soon enough Mary was following in course footsteps around Waterloo dispensing medical advice from the spirit world as far as they were concerned the miracles that have been promised in the Bible had finally arrived but Mary quickly found that she had simply step from one side of the argument to the other she knew do she had switched sides but as far as the local churches went she had crossed the line the churches in Waterloo held a revival meeting pastors earns preaching against the growing interest in speaking with the dead even the local doctors took a turn urging their neighbors to come to them for medical advice rather than a pair of young girls with no medical training claiming to get their messages from spirit powers but these warnings landed with a thud after all the people they were shouting against were teenagers here's who said they just wanted to be obedient and follow the truth what threat could these girls pose against the authorities in their community here's historian and Brown in some ways this spirit medium is like a mirror image of the ideal Christian woman at the same time that she pushes the characteristics of the ideal nineteenth century Christian woman to as extreme so you know what sometimes referred to as the cult of true womanhood in the nineteenth century posits the notion and that women by nature are pure passive and pious if we women have these spiritual qualities more than men to then they can sense spirits they are perfectly suited to be vehicles for Divine Knowledge Cora Mary and their families were to certain of this new power to be put off by the outbursts scared leaders who saw their followers slipping out of their hands the power that spoke through the young girls was greater David found himself in a fight for his daughter's legit the MRI he spent every waking moment of the next few months traveling the region and proclaiming the amazing news of his daughters contact with the dead often accompanied by Cora and her German mesmerised to demonstrate that the dead were striving to reconnect with the living an outpouring of spirit voices followed in there wake and rather than catching the spirit of revival from their local churches the communities around Waterloo Wisconsin began to sprout with new mediums at the horizon dozens of American life this exciting new religion was finding a foothold.
"the globe" Discussed on Unobscured
"Welcomed on obscured production of iheartradio Aaron Monkey Corre sat under a canopy of Oak trees she held a blank slate in her Dan studiousness kept her at work while other children played in the trees around her people who Corre said that she was much like Andrew Jackson Davis a relatively ordinary child when her family was still in New York living at Aden Blues Utopian Community Wholesale Aden's daughter Abby was his teacher and her notes from the time give us one small clue to the future that was coming for Cora Abby wrote the girl was an excellent performer she shown in the theatricals they held at the community school even more frequently friends and relatives remarked that Cora was sensitive she was always a well of emotion apt to burst into tears or laughter and a moment's notice an unkind word a misunderstood expression or any surprise affected her d. blay. She wasn't particularly precocious for her age they said she likes school but she wasn't over studious intelligence but a bit of a dream they said so it was no surprise on that warm. Wisconsin afternoon with the sounds of other children playing around her neck she fell asleep in doing so she also fell into history when she woke up Cora found that her slate was covered in writing guessing that one of the other kids had done it as a joke she went into the House and asked her mother to help her wipe it clean Cora's mother took the slate from her but froze when she read the words it began my dear sister and at the bottom it was signed with the name of chorus aunt who had been dead for decades what scared her mother though was that some of the kids who had been outside with Cora had knocked on the door and our before they told her they'd seen something strange the Kora had been writing in her sleep scrubbed off the slate and handed it back to her daughter without a word but it put her on alert two days later as Cora's mother sat sewing she saw the girl again started does in the heat of the day when she tried to wake the girl up Cora didn't respond she started to worry that Cora was coming down some kind of sickness but she also noticed a stray range trembling motion in chorus hand remembering the slate she stopped trying to wait corre up and instead she put a pencil in the shaking fingers and Cora began to write one message after another flowed out signed by different members of the family all of them were dead short her that Cora wasn't being harmed she was simply put the perfect vessel for them their new means of communicating with those on earth this time Cora's Mother didn't keep the news to ourself soon the house was crowded with visitors who all came to see the girl who could write in her sleep one German doctor who was familiar with mesmerized proposed chorus parents that he should put Cora into a magnetic trance to see if she could speak with the spirits on command they must have agreed in the following day's core and the Dr were working together for long hours inside her parents home treating patients and providing diagnoses sometimes for up to six hours a day in the of an eye wisconsin had its own miracle girl one who could open graves in her sleep so this is on obscured. I'm Erin Maki.
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"I was starting to get concerned that it was gonna fall out of the out of contention. But so I think this is good news for that film for sure I really loved John David Washington's performance in that I'm really excited about it. But is this like a Hollywood royalty thing that the Golden Globes likes to do from time to time was he missed her Golden Globe. And some some reason pass right? I think they just really liked that movie. I mean, I think that that the atom driver nomination, spike, somebody like that will be for whatever reason for me. Anyway, it's been kind of an awards question, Mark. But it keeps popping up. And so I think again that that could be the academy goes to nine or ten or even eight like that. I think that we could expect to see it there. I also do think vice end black klansman there's sort of a little bit of a tradition. Probably the coolest thing. The does is reward movies that talk about how shitty America's. They're sort of like guys we have to spend a fair amount of time here like this is kind of a health scape. And this you should watch this movie. I know I keep lake sort of strong arming us back to TV when we're please full on full on film awards season. But I think he was talking about pose getting nominated both you know in in the drama category. And then a nomination for Billy porter. Because that's that was a surprise to me in a really pleasant one. We tend to think of or I tend to think of the PA as more conservatives mostly conservative or maybe Baksi conservative, and I was just really delighted to see in there. So that's a nice some nice representation for that show, which I guess won't be EMMY eligible until next year is that right? Premier? It is one of the shows it's grown constantly like I feel like every week. I see more people being like, oh my God. Wait pose. Can I ask a weird possibly completely irrelevant question because I'm gonna let you guys know right now, it's going to be my mission to get Catherine O'Hara an EMMY win for shits creek this year. I love her is shits creek like so I never saw it until it popped up on Netflix and suddenly was trending every day. And now, I'm main lining it. And it's the greatest thing ever. Why hasn't it gotten anything? Is it just because it was on some random Canadian TV channel? And will it have a chance Joanna? I don't know. Can we make this happen? Yeah. Let's do it. It airs pop before like, you know, what is pop has original programming. I only know about it because of the TCI's, and they do a presentation every year the TCI's. So I know all about pop I only know about it. Because when I watched creek on Netflix. There's a pop tile. And then I'm like, oh that exist so Papas in running. She's creek for several years imported out of Canada. And then I think he popped up on Netflix last year and a bunch of people start it, you know, like. Three seasons. N people started binging, and it's so good. I think Richard, and I are both huge fans that show. Mike, welcome to the party. Katie. I got maternity leave coming up. I'll I'll have a lot of time to watch it. I think Kindy TV in general doesn't get we seeing a lot more of Canadian imports because Netflix, Hulu and all this dreamers who are really thirsty for content. Are like, oh, here's a source for English language programming that we can pull down. And so we're seeing a lot more of Canadian programming on streaming. But I think it's just not like CBC programs don't campaign, I think in the same way. So I just don't I don't think you know, they're seeing that. Well, but let's do it. Let's we're going to make it happen. So I just wanted to interject briefly we should mention since we are an award season podcast that since last time we recorded. We now have all of our award season owes lent or main ones lined up, which is Kevin Hart will be hosting the Oscars and Sandra Owen, Eddie Sandberg will be hosting Golden Globes. Sandra Andy Sandberg is like a really funny kind of odd pairing until you go and watch their presentation at the..
"the globe" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show
"At so you got to make sure that you understand manipulated markets the stock market one of the reason of so many laws and the stock market like insider trading so on it is because theoretically they're trying to avoid manipulated markets put the currency's the money that's in your bank account federal reserve central banks of we've got some music gone to see what we got no always like street musicians were walking into who were there and caesars i don't i can't stand play i think there you don't want an on society do not listen as that zach will say anything for an effect talk about manipulated market so i think golden globes in twenty years it'll be completely different there will be the golden globes as we know it the votes will be done through the block chain they'll be verified by people it'll be a blind and honest that's that's how the judicial system supposed to be zach do you think there is a mode yeah but the voters who selects the voters it aimed history were in the morning yeah the academy awards golden globes the judges are selected in its carnival pool of people that all know each other that's not a fair way to vote one of the premises of democracy here radically was that if you make it fair for people to vote you'll get the best candidate and you can't just say you know oh you have to have a harbour degree to be at the united states that would skew the sample said you know it has to be the best person rises to the top golden globes should be the best movie no matter what i know there's a lotta politics there's a lot of things that go on behind the scenes but this is a microcosm of bigger problems in the world in all the golden globes it's not a big deal if ruin river didn't win but it is a big deal if you're school system and you grow up learning stupid subjects that a central educational group of people who don't really give a sheet about you there's some federal government group decides oh you're not gonna lie.
"the globe" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show
"S in one called association vice in availability vice in all these things they caused us to make mistakes and how we take action how we think through things and when you talk about politics we're talking about the golden globes it's a lot of the human brain making mistakes in assessing things so crypto and block chain technology whether it's bitcoin are things built on a theory um uh these have the potential to take out the human emotion so that you get better answers like a calculator were you say what's twenty seven times 27 you don't want a motion involved it's an actual number you want logic zach what's 2017 turned seven forty so as that that your public school education come within the play or private school yes soda i'll tell you the second you should use the calculators use a calculator a friend the do that's why can't and so when it comes to the golden globes whether they're corrupt or whether a book about donald trump is accurate or not part of the problem is there's too much injection of the cognitive by says there's too much for one of my mentors out nation said thai when you're playing poker after thirty minutes you don't know the sucker is you're the sucker and so when i watched the golden globes or read a book about politics i'm always trying to be sure i'm not being made into a sucker by people who are biased so trust me the movie wind river shoot a 1 something for shirt have been nominated so what ends up happening in the world is we all get a subpar experience in life because things get manipulating.