35 Burst results for "Third"

Macron says Russia can't win in Ukraine after strike on mall

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 min ago

Macron says Russia can't win in Ukraine after strike on mall

"The day after the Russian military shelled the Ukrainian region of nikolayev Ukrainian emergency services released a video showing them rescuing civilians trapped in the rubble of a damaged building A drill says through a metal gates as an emergency workers attempt to open up the entrance of the building badly shelled by Russian forces After a short while a man trapped in the top floor can be seen walking down a ladder with the guidance of a firefighter The Russian strike targeted the city of otaki in the michelada region at least two people were killed including a 6 year old child several others were reported wounded including a three month old baby who is in a coma I'm Karen Chammas

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Olson homers twice to lead Braves past Phillies 5-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 hrs ago

Olson homers twice to lead Braves past Phillies 5-3

"Metals and hit a pair of home runs including the game winner in the top of the 8th inning They give the Brazil 5 three win over the Phillies Olsen Homer in the top of the first as he followed Trevor star no solo home run with a solo shot of his own The home runs by Olsen or his levithan 12th of the season Darnell also singled in the top of the third to help Atlanta mud and four games of the first place mets in the national league east Kyle schwarber hover for the Phillies Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Tucker homers, Valdez goes 8 in Astros' 9-1 romp over Mets

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 hrs ago

Tucker homers, Valdez goes 8 in Astros' 9-1 romp over Mets

"The ASTRO is scored four times in the first inning and flex their muscles the rest of the night with a 9 to one victory over the mets Alex Bregman opened the scoring with an RBI single Kyle Tucker followed with a three run Homer Houston added on knocking out met starter Carlos Carrasco in the 5th Jordan Alvarez and Yuri goriel with two run homers Frambourg valdes with 8 shutout innings to earn his 8th win Astros 46 and 27 the Met's 47 in 28 Mike thank you so New York

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A Deeper Look at C.S. Lewis' Space Trilogy With Christiana Hale

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 8 hrs ago

A Deeper Look at C.S. Lewis' Space Trilogy With Christiana Hale

"To familiarize the audience with the plot of these three books, the first book is out of the silent planet, the second book is peril andra and the third book is that hideous strength. That's the ransom trilogy, but talk about the general plot. What is this about? Why is it called the ransom trilogy? Yes. So I think the first book, Lewis intended, I think, at the beginning to actually only write a single book. This happened frequently for him, where he would kind of get sidetracked, and it would turn into turned into something bigger than he may be initially intended it to. And I would argue that the first book is almost a kind of a there and back again, almost like The Hobbit story. We have our main character who inadvertently stumbles upon these men who are trying to abduct a boy to take into Mars to sacrifice him to the Martians. So they think the natives require sacrifice. And so they're trying to abduct this boy. He intervenes. He ends up getting kidnapped in the boy's place. And so he ends up taking to Mars and their spaceship and basically the rest of the book is him trying to find his way and figure out how to get back. Okay, this is the first in the book called out of the silent book out of the silence. When ransom who's appropriately named because he's a type of Christ and also he goes in the place of the boy who these evil characters are trying to kidnap to take to Mars as a sacrifice or whatever. So that's the first book. And that was written what? 39. When was that written? I believe so I am really, really bad at memorizing dates. So I believe it was round end of end of yes, so 39 sounds right. Might have been 40 right around there. And in a funny way, I mean, this is at the beginning of science fiction. I mean, Lewis, you know, there was some science fiction H.G. Wells or whatever. But Lewis is writing its fantasy, it's a kind of science fiction, but it's more than that. It's very literary. And so

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Deeper Heaven: A Reader's Guide to C.S. Lewis' Ransom Trilogy

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 8 hrs ago

Deeper Heaven: A Reader's Guide to C.S. Lewis' Ransom Trilogy

"I'm talking both ours today with Christiana Hale, the author of a new book called deeper heaven, a reader's guide to C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy because a guide to C. S. Lewis ransom trilogy did not exist and needed to be written and Christiana Hale wrote it. And here's the good news, I actually read the whole book, which I rarely get to do. And it is a wonderful guide to see if Lewis is random. I'm just so grateful to you, Christiana for writing this book because as you said before, nothing like it existed, and people are intimidated by the world of Lewis's ransom trilogy because it seems deep and intimidating and stuff. It's really not. Because it works on so many levels. But your book serves as a just a wonderful introduction. So we were just talking about, so the first book is a trip to Mars, the second book is a trip to Venus, the third book is called that hideous strength, which is a really bizarre book that kind of almost stands on its own. But let's just kind of keep going with the plot, the overview of these three books. So the first book, this guy ran some, he doesn't know what he's getting into, right? Like he's a guy that's just kind of on a walking tour and he kind of stumbles on this dark situation with these people, he's nefarious scientists wanting to kidnap this boy and take him to Mars to sacrifice him. And so he sort of intervenes. And so he inadvertently finds himself going to Mars. Yes, that was right. In the first book. And then if we're moving on to the second book, in the second book, it's less accidental. It's more on purpose. And what's fascinating to me is that the whole reason the second book happens, though, is because of the first book. And this is Louis's genius, is that this first book was a total accident, ransom just stumbled, stumbled into this situation, because of this kidnapping because he was taken to Mars. The important thing that happens is that ransom was a philologist, meaning he studied languages, and being taken Mars, he was fascinated by the fact that these creatures are speaking a different language.

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Sanctions are Tough... Especially in Commodity Markets

The Trish Regan Show

01:59 min | 10 hrs ago

Sanctions are Tough... Especially in Commodity Markets

"Share with you a story that just crossed on The Wall Street Journal, but I just want to share with you the headline that The Wall Street Journal is publishing. And that is oil tanker is stopped by U.S. in transit from Russian port to New Orleans. Apparently a commodity trading firm based out of Switzerland was trading this energy and U.S. authorities now are concerned because it was coming straight into Louisiana. The tanker is owned by a group Greek shipping company, apparently. And it was chartered by a commodity trading firm out of Switzerland. I just want to point out, again, sanctions are tough, right? Especially in commodity markets. Especially in commodity markets, because it's all the same stuff. It's just where you're getting it. Great thing to help illustrate this that we saw just last week. And I talked about this on Friday show. And that was the three tons of gold that had made its way into Swiss refineries from Russia. And it's like, wait a second. Don't we have a deal here? And by the way, Switzerland has always of course been quite legendary for being agnostic when it comes to any political or international foreign affairs type situations because they are just, you know, look, we're just here to transact. And so they've always had that reputation, but what was interesting was because of Ukraine, they came out and said that they were going to honor the sanctions as well. And then we got the news of the gold the other day. And now you look at this and you say, well, wait a second. What's going on? I mean, in this case, it's actually going from Russia to Louisiana. I've told you before. I mean, the biggest problem here and you've seen it throughout history and it's still happening today is that when you've got a commodity that is traded on worldwide exchanges, it becomes hard to trace at some point.

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Despite San Antonio Tragedy, the Border Will Remain Hellish

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 15 hrs ago

Despite San Antonio Tragedy, the Border Will Remain Hellish

"Hood said first responders were now being debriefed to help them process what they witnessed What they witness Authorities had received a call approximately 5 50 p.m. local time from a worker who had heard cries for help found the trailer with its doors partially open The worker found a number of dead bodies in the trailer Three people were in custody that we noted the authorities aren't certain they're connected to the situation It's not a federal investigation This will come in this will pass Nobody will be thinking about it or talking about it in three or four days The border will remain hellish people will continue to die They will continue to transport people to all parts of the country and release them on their own recognizance As the numbers add up as the death sat up as the increase in crime and various communities adds up

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Why the Constitution Means What It Says

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | 18 hrs ago

Why the Constitution Means What It Says

"We have a provably constitutionally illiterate country, right? We have people who just don't know what the constitution says and don't know how it works. The basics to wit. If there is something that is not in the constitution, it goes to the states. Period. Roe V wade was fictitiously found in 1973 by an activist court. That was a phony right that was fashioned out of whole cloth, and we've lived under that fiction for a stinking half century. That has been corrected thanks be to God. That has been corrected. I celebrate that. Not just as a conservative or a pro lifer or whatever I am. But as an American, I want rulings to reflect what the constitution actually says. And for three rulings inside of a week's time, we've had Supreme Court Supreme Court majorities who have delivered us the shocking news that the constitution actually means what it says.

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Clinton: Justice Thomas Is a Person of 'Resentment, Grievance, Anger'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:23 min | 18 hrs ago

Clinton: Justice Thomas Is a Person of 'Resentment, Grievance, Anger'

"Justice clarence Thomas. The black Supreme Court Justice now, by the way, she's not upset at Sam Alito, who wrote the opinion, right? The white guy. No, no, no, no, no, no. She's upset with the black guy. Justice Thomas has sort of floated that out there about contraceptive rights. Contraception. And about same sex marriages. But other justices have pushed back to say, no, he's really sort of on his own with that. Well, he believes that? Well, he may be on his own, but he's signaling as he often did. I went to law school with him. He's been a person of grievance for as long as I've known him. Resentment, grievance, anger. And he has signaled in the past to lower courts to state legislatures, but find cases pass laws get them up. I may not win the first, the second or the third time, but we're going to keep at it. So you're saying people pay attention to the people he is speaking to, which is the right wing very conservative judges and justices and state legislatures. And the thing that is, well, there's so many things about it that are deeply distressing. But women are going to die, Gayle, women will die. Women will die. Well, only if they're connected to

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Kari Lake Holds Her Ground Over Drag Queen's Allegations

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:54 min | 18 hrs ago

Kari Lake Holds Her Ground Over Drag Queen's Allegations

"Want to say, how Carrie Lake conducted herself in this hostile interview with Fox News channel. It is a master's class on how politicians have to smack down the media, but do it a very nice and polite way. Let's take a listen. The Washington Post has a story today. It says Arizona GOP candidate who criticized drag queens was once a fan, according to a drag queen. This is the quote, Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate carried Lake, who has attacked drag queens as dangerous to children, attended the shows of drag queen Richard Stevens from more than 20 years, and once hired him to perform at her home. Do you care to address that? I do care. I actually do care to address that and I'm really shocked. I'm actually appalled that Fox News would take defamatory story like that and we are pursuing legal action against this drag queen. I'm appalled that you would bring that up when you have not talked about our stolen election. You've failed. That's three questions. Mister leg talking about this. You asked you a number of questions about it. I played the Arizona. Let's address this story that's in The Washington Post. Every candidate takes tough stories. I'm asking you to respond to it, if you'd like to. I'm happy to address it, but I'm really disappointed in Fox. I thought you were a little better than CNN. This is a person who I covered for decades for decades, 20 years, and he's never been in my home. He says he's been in my home for a drag show that's ludicrous. He's never been in my home. He's lied, we tried to serve him defamation papers. Okay. And he so shady that we can't even track him down because he's not even welcome at the place of what it works. I'm sorry, but this is the last question but to ask, what about these pictures of you with him, Richard Stevens? What about the post I've performed for Kerry's birthday of performed in her home? That's not true. It's some of the serious bars in Phoenix. I don't want to ask these questions. I asked you to address them.

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Heckler charged after confronting Rudy Giuliani

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Heckler charged after confronting Rudy Giuliani

"Dueling accounts of what happened when a Staten Island man slapped Rudy Giuliani on the back Sunday which led to more than 24 hours in jail for that man It happened at a ShopRite supermarket where Giuliani was campaigning for his son who's running for governor Daniel gill's lawyer says the worker tapped Rudy Giuliani on the back to get his attention Security camera video shows the former mayor barely reacting Giuliani said in a Facebook news conference it was more violent I got hit on the bag as if a boulder hit me it knocked me forward step or two He also says the man cursed at him over abortion rights You two women in the importance of his women Gil was arraigned on third degree assault charges and released without bail Julie Walker New York

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Kuhl tosses 3-hit shutout, Rockies beat Dodgers 4-0 at Coors

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Kuhl tosses 3-hit shutout, Rockies beat Dodgers 4-0 at Coors

"Chad cool pitched the rockies to a four zero decision over the Dodgers The right hander went the distance allowing just three hits Just means that you know most of the time I'm just executing and putting some baseballs and some good spots and just kind of getting benefits from that and some really good defense Colorado got two out RBI singles in the first and second from CJ Crone and Elias Diaz respectively then gained a measure of separation when Jose Iglesias belted a two run Homer in the 6th his first of the year All this off Los Angeles starter and loser Tyler Anderson who fell to 8 and one Bruce Morton Denver

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:11 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 d ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:11 a.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm David Schuster the New York Yankees move to an amazing 34 games over 500 Monday night with a come from behind 9 5 victory over Oakland Elsewhere American League Gary Sanchez had three hits a home run and four RBIs in Minnesota's 11 one round of Cleveland Toronto down Boston 7 two Texas defeated Kansas City ten to four LA edging Chicago four to three in Baltimore over Seattle moving to the national league Paul Goldschmidt had four hits in St. Louis's 9 zero shot out of Miami Colorado blanked the Dodgers four zero and Washington got by Pittsburgh three to two Off the field Major League Baseball handed out a total of 12 suspensions as a result of a bench clearing brawl Sunday between the angels and the Mariners LA manager Phil Nevin getting the biggest suspension of ten games From the diamond to the hard court Kyrie Irving has decided to opt in with Brooklyn next season at $36.5 million while John wall who recently negotiated a buyout with Houston he plans to sign with the LA clippers I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Jim Harden of CompassCare Highlights Attacks on Pro-Life Centers

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 1 d ago

Jim Harden of CompassCare Highlights Attacks on Pro-Life Centers

"But right now I have the privilege of speaking with the founder of the CEO of compass, care, Jim, the reverend Jim Hardin, Jim Hart and welcome to this program. It's an R&B with you today. Eric really is. Well, you are really kind. Listen, you are one of those heroes out there. My wife ran a pregnancy center here in New York City for 12 years, it's called a veil. I know about this world. And the people who are involved in this, they're doing God's work any time anybody tries to bad mouth people, you know, who are on the pro life side of the equation. They have no clue what they're talking about. They really speak at a ignorance because folks like you, you're doing an amazing thing, truly heroic, beautiful stuff. But the reason you're on right now, Jim Hardin, with compass care, is because of what happened recently. You guys are in Buffalo. So tell the story of, first of all, what is compass care and what just happened to your facility in Buffalo, New York? Yeah, compass care has operations in three different abortion hub cities in New York. Because the abortion capital of the U.S. with more abortions occurring per CAPiTA basis than any other state in the union and we're expecting a significant influx of patients from conservative states now. Roe versus wade, reversal of his way, essentially, totally changed the abortion industry. And that means that patients are going to be coming to New York from the conservative states. So what happened in Buffalo was on June 7th, our facility was firebombed. By James revenge, they took responsibility for it in a communique. And they also had their signature scrawl in graffiti on the side of our facility that said, Jane was here. There's catastrophic damage to the facility. And we're going to take, it's going to take hundreds of thousands of dollars and many, many weeks to

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We Must Thank Donald Trump for This Epic Moment in History

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:26 min | 1 d ago

We Must Thank Donald Trump for This Epic Moment in History

"Roe V wade, ladies and gentlemen, I want to tell you, roe V wade, I want to say this very clearly and strongly, we know that we thank God for everything that's good. But God also wants to give thanks to people who do the right thing. And if you voted for Donald Trump in 2016, you did the right thing. Because Donald Trump, people said he's not going to follow through. They were very cynical. And I understand that. But it turns out that he followed through on his commitment to appoint justices who treat the constitution as it ought to be treated as originalists. And because of Donald Trump and because of his three Supreme Court appointees, we had a 6 to three ruling overturning row V wade. This is utterly historic. The only thing that it can be compared to is the heroism of Ronald Reagan, which resulted in 89 the Berlin Wall coming down in 91, the Soviet Union being disbanded. In other words, in our lifetimes, there are just a few things. Every number of decades, perhaps you will see something that is epochal, EPO, this is epochal.

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Best-in-MLB Yanks top worst-in majors A's 9-5 on late rally

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Best-in-MLB Yanks top worst-in majors A's 9-5 on late rally

"The Yankees grab their major league leading 23rd come from behind wind upending the Oakland a's 9 to 5 The expanded around and scored 6 runs in the 7th frame third baseman Josh sandelson fueled the beginning with a go ahead to run double capping it unlikely rally built on two catchers interference errors a walk in a hit by pitch I mean it's great I mean you know it's huge and when you got your big boys doing their thing like judge and Stanton and riz you know it kind of takes pressure off everybody else and to be able to do their part as well Oakland had the lead after a 5 run third frame coming off of yank started Jordan Montgomery but it was not enough as the age have the worst record of baseball through handed their 50th loss of the year Anthony Rizzo and John Carlos Stanton smack solo homers earlier in the game for the Yankees who picked up win number 54 Mike Moriarty New York

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Toronto beats Boston 7-2; Red Sox win streak ends at 7 games

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Toronto beats Boston 7-2; Red Sox win streak ends at 7 games

"George Springer and Vladimir Guerrero junior had third inning home runs as sir Ronald took care of Boston 7 two at Rogers center Springer's 14th at Guerrero junior's 18th of the campaign was followed by Matt Chapman's two run shot in the 5th off Red Sox starter caught her siebel Obviously first to have bats didn't necessarily go the way I wanted them to but you know I think I made the adjustment there that third up at Kevin goldsman with 7 shutter anything striking out ten as Boston sees it 7 game winning streak come to an end John Luther Toronto

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46 dead, 16 hospitalized after trailer of migrants found

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

46 dead, 16 hospitalized after trailer of migrants found

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting over 40 people have been found dead in a tractor trailer 46 people were found dead inside a tractor trailer Monday and 16 others were taken to hospitals in a presumed migrant smuggling attempt in southwest San Antonio Police chief William McManus said a city worker at the scene heard a cry for help shortly before 6 p.m. when officers arrived They found a body on the ground outside the trailer Fire chief Charles hood said of the 16 people taken to hospitals with heat related illnesses 12 were adults and four were children Three people were taken into custody It may be the deadliest tragedy involving migrant smuggling attempts at the U.S. border with Mexico in recent decades I'm Mike Gracia

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"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

How Have You Not Seen

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

"You just kind of put it on. It is Carson, as you said in the beginning of this episode, a fucking vibe. It's a fucking night. It truly is. It's nice. And that's better. And that is that there. That zipper. And it's just blue. It's so good. All right, well, I think that's the third man. I think so too. I think so too. Great, great movie, great movie. I'm really glad I'm really glad we got to this. Inspiration for Jack White's record company. So that's because Jack White's like weirdly and Norris and wells. That makes sense to me. Yeah. He's weirdly into a lot of weird stuff. That's his whole thing kind of. Yeah. All right. Well, Cory, you want to you got any final thoughts? You want to do those? Yeah, I mean, I don't know that I have many more final thoughts on the movie. It was very good. I'm glad that I know it Orson Welles looks like now. Yeah. He's a fudgy boy. He's got such a hudge be so handsome. Yeah, I've just kind of been over here in my producer corner crying and shame this whole episode. Now you're good, BB. So I got all my catharsis, even though the movie didn't give in. Yeah. No, yeah, a great, great episode, lovely movie. If you like what you hear, please be sure to like us and subscribe. Wherever you stream your podcasts, leaving a review if possible, also really helps out the visibility of the show. Follow us on Facebook at Facebook dot com slash HHS podcast, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and letter boxed. At HH Y and S pod, a very special thank you to our patrons, Caitlin Matthews, Steven Wesley and nihar fod K if you'd like a shout out on the.

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"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

How Have You Not Seen

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

"Off to all the ways in which I don't like cops. Well, the guy's just like, okay, are you done? Okay, are you done? Okay, are you done? I get it. You don't like me, that's fine. We need to move on, right? You know? And yeah, but so like, okay, so then we get to the midpoint of the movie and is just in that beam of light. And and it's so I really, the only thing I have to say is knowing that Orson Welles was in this movie. Was like, honestly, such a bomber because it was one of those things where it was so I got like 45 minutes in because I kept expecting Orson to come out because it's like, okay, like his friend said, he's probably gonna go to the conflict, or it's gonna be the head detective. Yeah, because I didn't look it up. I didn't look up who he played, like any of that stuff. I just, I thought he was like the lead of the film because it's if you do any of you are doing our very preliminary like, okay, let's put together I seize him. Let's find some images for social media. Let's just, you know, kind of like, let's look into the films decide like a fun order to do them. And it's just like, if you know anything about the film and said Orson Welles is in it. Yeah. You know, it's not even a question. And so the entire time, I'm just like, where the fuck is this guy? And then you had texted us when you were watching it like the night before I watched it. And you were just like, you are just like, you're like, I just wanted to double check. Like, did Orson Welles direct this or act in it and Carson was like, he acted in it. So then when we got and I knew he wasn't the director, but Cory, when you had some confusion about whether or not Orson Welles was in it..

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"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

How Have You Not Seen

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

"You know? It's great. It is great. So we get to, I'm just skip ahead because I want to go to this. Right. So Martin's visits limes, medical adviser, doctor wrinkle, which that doctor winkel, not wrinkle. He says that he arrived the accident where lime got killed and he was dead, claims only two men were there. Oh, and then we get a little bit more and we get to the name of the name of obvious, the third man. And also the little dog that the other guy had is that he house. A little dilutive wiener dog. And this will be in a dog and he's like, what's this dog doing here? These people all seem to know each other. Something is a foot. And, you know, it's after this, the kind of.

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"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

How Have You Not Seen

03:12 min | 8 months ago

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

"Yeah, yeah. I think there's some truth to that. I think I think on the spectrum of watching a movie on your phone, you won't have got 1 billionth billion. Of the film and between that and you have to watch a movie in the fucking theater. Like otherwise, like, and there's no middle ground. Somewhere between those two points is the truth, but like not necessarily. But I get it, I get it. Yeah, for sure, for sure. But to your point, I mean, and certainly in fact, the third man, like I'm saying the alchemy of this fucking movie really is, it's like none of these in out of context, nearly all the elements of this film seem really at odds. Like the zither soundtrack and the like light Dutch angles that just pervade the cinematography and it's not like particularly formless in terms of just its out of context. But given just when this movie was shot, the acting is a lot more formal than we're sort of used to now. It's a lot less naturalistic. And all of those elements seem really at odds, but together they create such a sense. The word I kept thinking of watching this was was like playfulness. It is so like you're saying it's having fun. It is so just damn playful with everything. Yes. Correct, a 110%. And it feels like, you know, the thing that I kept thinking of when I was watching it is, you know, it feels like in a lot of ways, theater in the sense that like, you know, for the last 500 years, everyone who's ever done more than one plan their life has been in a Shakespeare. You know what I mean? They're these scripts that we do again and again and again and again. And the fun thing about life, theater is it's like, okay, we all know how these things go. And we're not going to change the story. We're not going to change the words. We're not going to do any of that. But like, let's do something different. Let's do something a little fun. Like let's kind of, if not commenting on the text itself, let's mess with the form a little bit and see what we can get out of it. And that's what I felt this movie was doing a lot with noir in that, as I mentioned earlier, you feel like you could almost see this exact same script being shot like the most hard boiled like in intense way possible without changing a single line of dialog. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. But yeah, so on the road to pastiche, but it never it never goes there. It never goes all the way. In a way that's just endlessly interesting and fun to watch. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. And it's almost I think, too, because what this is what, 1949. Let me look, I believe. Yeah, it's 49. 49..

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

How Have You Not Seen

05:41 min | 8 months ago

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

"He was. I quit. I'm going home. Going home. You know, Corey, normally. Normally I will say like, I will be like, oh, like, Corey, it's cool, like you're not as much of a film guy, but just like, don't you have a master's degree in theater? He is like such a particular face. You you are not wrong. And no, okay. Well, that's why that's fine. I got my MSA revoked. And sorry, Dennis I Carson has it now. I do. I want to yet another college degree. Another college degree. Oh, goody. What money that will make me? But okay, okay. I want to, I think that and I want to do, you know, kind of a very quick version of it, but I think that we should do this Patreon style. I think we should real quick go through the plot because it's very drawn out on Wikipedia. So I think we should just like, I'm going to just paragraph my paragraph. Hit this plot point, yeah. Let's do it. It's a fucking it's before we got in here, I said, this movie is a whole fucking vibe. And it is a 100% a vibes movie, but it is also a movie in this play. Right. I mean, yeah, it's like a detective story. It's like a clue. You'll follow the lead that leads you to a clue where it's like my favorite detective story. Attack of the clones. Damn shame. Martin's doesn't talk to him honestly, but now for the whole time. So Holly Martins played by Joseph cotton, who looks so much like Tom Hanks in this movie, a lot of the time is a thought. He's a big fan. Holly Martins and American author of western fiction arrives in post Second World War Vienna, which has been environment among the allies. The Americans versus France is like, right? Opening that you were talking about. Seeking his childhood friend, Harry lime, who is often a job, Martins is told that line was killed by a car while crossing the street at lion's funeral Martin's meets two British royal.

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"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

How Have You Not Seen

05:16 min | 8 months ago

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

"I was like, this is gonna be funny, like I, you know, I was expecting it, you know, you kind of see it. You hear it referred to as noir. And I think that's going to be a large thrust of the conversation we have. Is just kind of like the genre of this bad boy. But it's one of those things where like, you know, I did very, very, very, very, very small amount of research beforehand and people were just like noir noir noir. So I was like, okay, hard boiled. Crime story. And the edgy you private eye detective boys, like let's go. And then it starts with that soundtrack that is called a zipper. It's called a zipper is the name of that instrument. And it's delightful it is. And. You get 20 minutes in it and you're kind of like not believing your sense is at first that no. You're just like, it just all falls into place. Oh shit, this is a comedy. Yeah. It's noir. It has all of the genre beats of the noir film. But this is funny and I'm gonna be able to and then 'cause you know, it's about 90 minutes an hour 40, so you get like that 20 minutes in and you're just kind of like cool. I get to lean back into the next 85 minutes. It's kind of like have a gas. My like hot take about this, it's not even a hot take. It's just like a joke. Like a joke about this movie is that this is maybe the best episode of SpongeBob SquarePants. It's got I mean, is that zither music? Like that zither music is so particular and so peculiar. One because it's just not like a it is not like an aural Aral, not oral, but like aural landscape that you get in it like most many other films ever. It is just for one instrument doing all the work and that one instrument is so fucking weird. Yeah, that instrument..

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How Have You Not Seen

05:55 min | 8 months ago

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

"And then in parentheses below that, sorry to be so mean. I think the reviewing is going to my head. Okay, this is really goes off the rails. The next one or that one that we just the one we just read, but also this one, I will say it really takes a twist at the end and I'm excited to get there. Third review half star watch dog is 19th, 2021. What a pretentious stuck up excuse for a film. The story lacks color more than the bland is all fuck visuals. And I don't think a movie has taken itself seriously without any right to since Twilight and at least that had the decency to be ironically enjoyable. This sad shit show of a film brought to you by chimpanzees on bath salts productions could have been written better by my family cousin. And the characters are flat is a blank sheet of paper and half is interesting. The shitty script, nonexistent directing and so much more are reasons why it's baffling to me that people hold it up as some kind of Titan in film. And no matter what people tell me, I will never, ever watch this movie. We'll never watch this movie. No matter what it says I will never, ever watch this movie. Wow, okay. I hope they mean. Never ever watch it again. Okay. So the first one is Transformers.

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

How Have You Not Seen

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

"And you're not allowed to say her name because if we ever say her name, then we have to pay her. So. Oh, yeah. I would not do that. But do not say anything. You do know. I know that about her. That's very cool. Yes. Yeah, no. Which is like all the time. She literally will do like, how have you not seen fucking? I don't know, you know. The magnificent Anderson's or whatever the hell Orson Welles on the brain. Yeah, well what do you know? That is a good transition. What do you know about this movie? Very little. I mean, you just stole 98% of my thunder by saying it's worse in wealth. I mean, I alluded to that in the first in the first little bit when I said Citizen Kane Wayne quick nudge nudge. I know it's an Orson Welles film. Did he direct it as well or no. Okay, okay. Goodbye. Carol, what's his face? Terrell. Carol and looking up, not Carol Channing, Carol, Carol, Reed, Carol Reed, British director. Cool. I know that it is a black and white. Correct? In doing some like when we were gearing up to do the season and we were looking for photographs for marketing materials, I found one of Orson Welles that sanding the cameras had a bit of a Dutch angle. He's got a long black like a nice long black peacoat on with a hat and I seem to remember seeing a lot of images of like his silhouette at the end of a tunnel. Yeah, I believe. It was a very famous shot from this one. A lot of Dutch angles in this one, too, for sure. But honestly, that's pretty much it. Yeah. I would assume I don't believe I don't believe this is the third film in a series. I believe that I would assume that a crime goes down and they are looking for the eponymous third man. It's like, they have all the pieces they need to solve the crime, but they need to find the third. You'll see you'll stay. I'll say, so I watched this movie pretty recently after we watched it like the famous scene from it, which kind of spoiled the movie a little bit honestly..

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"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

How Have You Not Seen

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"third" Discussed on How Have You Not Seen

"Welcome to have you not seen a movie podcast where we increase each other's cinematic knowledge by asking important questions like wow, you never watched a nightmare on Elm Street or wait, you still haven't seen the mummy, or how have you not seen the third man? Welcome welcome welcome back to how have you not seen a movie podcast where every week, one of us chooses one of our favorite movies. The other hasn't seen. Then we talk about it. We go and watch the movie. And then we talk about it some more. It's gonna be a spooky everyone not spooky. We did spooky. We're out of spooky season. Yeah, we just spent a month. It's gonna be a moody, that's a better word for this. It's gonna be a moody chiaroscuro. Smoke and salt time. Yeah, sure. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Let's get right into it. Caroline, how have you how have you not seen the third man? Oh gosh. I don't even know I don't even begin to answer that question. I didn't realize it was one of those movies that I Superman could have seen. I mean, well, I mean, yeah. Yeah, it's a classic. It is the AFI's top British film of all time. And it did win the poem the order, so, you know? Okay. Wow. Wow. Well, wow. Yeah, I don't know. I mean, breaking it down just a little bit more. I unfortunately am not as I am not as first in like golden era and Pryor cinema as I probably should be. I think, you know, I think like most people, like our age, unless they have a particular inclination or affinity for, like, like, classic, older films, you know, like each decade you go back, I think I've probably seen, you know, kind of fewer and fewer movies, I think I've probably seen more 80s movies than I've seen 90s movies. And I probably seen just as many 70s movies as I've seen 80s movies, but then like really like 60s, I've seen a little bit more than 50, 50, 16 a little bit more than 40s, 40s. It's just a little bit more than 50 or 30s. You know, et cetera et cetera so on and so forth. So I just think it's one of those ones where this isn't one of the Titans of like, you know, that area, you know, it's not a Wizard of Oz Citizen Kane, wink wink, nudge nudge. Or, you know, like, a tequila mockingbird, like it's not one of the top ten movies from pre 1961. Like everybody sees in their first semester of film school. You know what I mean? You're saying it's not a mank. It's not a mank, no. It's not mean. It's simply not mank. Yeah, no, I mean, look, I've said this before, I'll probably say it again, but I have the same thing as part of the premise of the show is that we're these giant gaping spots, you know. I don't think either of us are kind of as omnivore with movies as maybe we'd like to be, but like, I mean, I said this before, I'll probably say it. But my roommate is like super into the old shit. She's got her golden and silver age knowledge. Well developed. Yeah, oh, yeah. I didn't know that. I didn't know that..

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"third" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

05:04 min | 11 months ago

"third" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"It sounds like she just thinks of him as a friend actually was my girlfriend. We're we're just gonna meet up for dinner. I'm glad you brought that up because their Interaction with each other has become flirtatious to the point that they have done the flirtatious type of stuff. Okay with each other. Or has she just been nice to a guy who was flirting and he was interpret del sending sending pictures mir pictures of her and her underwear and stuff like that to this guy so that is and i wasn't going to like he told me that i'm like going okay. She send you completely mixed messages. She was looking just to get a free meal for her friend or something. Yeah have you ever been third wheel for somebody like. Have you ever been or every thirty all the time. Now okay. i'm a fifth wheel. I'm a seventh wheel. I'm a ninth wheel. i'm the wheel. I am the wheel all time. Hey everybody the wheels on the bus go round and round weight but is that because of your relationship and pretty much like the majority of my really close friends are in relationships so if they invite me out and they're going out as couples. I'm very grateful that they still include me and the capitals inviting you. It's not one person inviting the other person didn't realize you're right. I think that you know everybody wants to be safe and dating needs to be that way. But here's somebody that wasn't just meeting on an app you know and saying. Hey let's you know swipe hair and meet me out here. She knows this person yes she she definitely knows them. And they've they've had you know lots of conversations with each other What do you think about this. Ellen what do you think about the Her bringing this friend with the third meal. Many many times. I've been weird if you like. I think it's weird if you knew it was a date and you brought her usually when another real like. Oh we're going to go get drinks and date or dinner. Isn't that plan. I keep more casual time yet yet. Seven three four is a point is maybe she wanted a threesome but i guess they would have brought it up. It would be. I mean with the amount of food that this girl eight at this particular aren't going to be and and all the leftovers. She had to go get a refrigerator. I take him leftovers. There is nothing wrong. There's nothing wrong..

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"third" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

03:44 min | 11 months ago

"third" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"All right i want to bring up a story here about a friend and i want you guys. To tell me first off she was way overstepping and this but also i would love to know if there are any of our listeners. That have done this before or have been the friend in this case so a guy friend of mine has been asking this girl out. Her had asked his girl out numerous times. She's very attractive. And they had a fun friendly relationship you know through taxed and dm's and phone calls at night and stuff and she kinda like would put him off and not really you know Except his date and then finally said yeah. Okay we'll meet up and they made a plan that they were going to go to a japanese restaurant. One of those. Yeah like the hibachi places and there were meeting out Like a week or so ago and just before the date. She sent him a text message. That said that she and her. Bff were shopping at the mall and she wondered if it would be okay if she brought her friend with on this date on this little dinner date and he was kind of a little taken back by that because he was kind of like. Wow this is you know. But then he thought we'll maybe she just doesn't feel comfortable being along with me so we thought okay. This is cool. No no problem. I'll i'll be all right with that. 'cause he picked a japanese restaurant because you're sitting with a group of people at a table anyway so it's not like you're going to be sitting on her. Yeah this is the part that got to be Got to be kind of weird because he added another person to their reservation they put them at a booth instead of one of those tables because they're tables were all sold out that night so they sat at. He sat at a booth waiting for them to come. They show up and the girl who he is you know going on a date with sits directly to the side of the girl who is her friend in the girl. Who's a friend. That's right across from him. It's not a date at that. Point is not a date friend zoned. He got completely friends. Are show the whole thing. And then this is the part. That was like really weird. The girl who who went on a date with her friend who is not the person that he wanted to to go with the third wheel exactly. We'll call this the third wheel. The third wheel ordered a whole bunch of stuff because they did sushi and they. Did you know steak chicken shrimp or whatever they always do at those those restaurants and was ordering a bunch of stuff and then at the end of the day asked for the toco boxes to take to go home with her. He was completely floored by the whole deal and he asked me to bring this up on the air as a a conversation because we have a lot of single listeners and ask is the third wheel thing like a deal like shannon just mentioned the third wheel like we're girls just don't feel comfortable going out on dates so they bring a friend with and if that's the case should he have just brought a friend with to like you know what i mean like. Because he said he he said i he said i felt taken advantage of and i didn't he was. Here's what throws me off about this though. Is you said that they've always had a friendly relationship like or they send tax. Dm's or whatever like it. This was a. I was going to be an actual first date correct. Yup so did he ask her out on a date because he thought she was romantically interested or he really wants it. Well go in that direction because to me it sound and i could be totally wrong but to me..

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"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

The Syndicated Pipe Club

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

"Nice yeah yeah which is nice because arzu is in the same town as like my grandma and So we were able to stop by t her while Zoo is disappointing because It was just mainly like the outdoor attractions that were open rain. I'm not attraction that displays. And i'm there were couple buildings that were open but for the most part of the fun with The zoo which is the brookefield normally There's another this is like a mental. Ought to take my son suit because like it was the zoo that i want to growing up i would go to like every year and Just and i'll have more opportunities to take him because like the Membership romero but And so that was nice like just being able to walk around and show him the different animals Even though that there weren't a whole lot of animals they did have some. They'll like this dinosaur thing going on right now where they have giant dinosaur kind of like animatronic around the park Which school you know if it relates A bits i mean it doesn't quite fit the same Kind of role as like an animal. That's alive right now but still like you're a kid. Man you your. There's this the tyrannosaurus rex of her roaring. Every minute can moving a bit so you know it is cool In again there were some animals that you could see like awesome beers. Bison basically anything that could handle the cold or you know the kind of like chile. You know spring type of weather. They were out there So that was nice So we did that with my mom because she wasn't going to be able to make it for easter weekend. So you know now that i'm thinking about it. I just realized that friday's friday We're not really. We don't necessarily have much. I think we're just gonna kinda put on a first easter outfits more from my low and maybe called backs no like we've done kind of eastern stuff in the past. Like i would do a couple of like when i was at my church. I you know before all this stuff happened. I would volunteer for good friday services. Durham camera Maybe you saturday. Or easter sunday services. But i've kind of stepped back from that now with With everything going on with kobe. And you know. I'm not the most paranoid about kobe. Like some people. But still. I don't want to take too many unnecessary chance. Right brain You know the whole definitely leaving my personal responsibility. And but i'm looking for to eventually of point when we start taking my son to church and letting him enjoy that. Maybe we'll put on a. We discovered that church actually Children's search stream or like they have services just for like the ryan's. Oh yeah so will. Probably put that on for him and he'll stare at it and catch house without saying how about you well We're looking at nice quiet weekend. I mean as i alluded to earlier in the episode ontario is in canada anyway. One of the most restrictive provinces so. There's not really much we can do. We got to easter dinner planned. Just you know family us. Maybe my mother-in-law as she lives alone so he might come over because the way the restrictions work here is. If you live alone you are allowed to go and visit one family unit outside of yourself. So she'll probably be over zooming. My wife remembers to invite her after a reminder but that's generally at like football ham potatoes. You know standard easter dinner. Just the family I think we're gonna do the traditional easter basket stuff. But on saturday. Instead of sunday gazette Currently the way things set for churches and not here. In where i'm at is they can open now lake if you've got the room to do it. The twenty five percent capacity or three percent. Something like that. Here's a hilarious part about it. Just as covid was hitting we were doing renovations on the church like putting on editions to to make the church bigger pan throughout the time of covid we ended up getting it finished for the most part so the whole building is usable. So thirty percent capacity actually accommodates the entire congregation. So it's not all in the sun all on the sanctuary mind. Gee there's overflow rooms or because you know we we stream the services just like everybody else is doing for the ones who can't make it or don't want to make it because you know covid.

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"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

The Syndicated Pipe Club

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

"Of nightmares. Poland watching avatar. When i was a kid. I'm sure fluffy the actual fluffy would have given me nightmares for sure. It's up there with With the from last week or the puppy monkey baby from mountain deer word whatever. It was a super bowl commercial..

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"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

The Syndicated Pipe Club

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

"Rock candy is not rock. It's not earth of any kind but yet he can bend it. So that means at least in the avatar world rock candy at least in the earth kingdom is in part made of dirt. Yes very good while.

"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

The Syndicated Pipe Club

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

"Yeah he's he's one of the characters that didn't get much screen time but elvis very memorable though because he's in that episode that we do we were talking about today and he's and i think maybe four to five more episodes.

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"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

The Syndicated Pipe Club

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"third" Discussed on The Syndicated Pipe Club

"Bit more volume cares. It's a lower playlist not one that we use very often but it was in rotation tonight Other than that you know things are doing pretty good. Pretty good where Home schooling her son so that that's that'll be interesting at the very least and through the twenty twenty one. Twenty two twenty two school year. So we'll see how that goes With ontario and canada being what they are and holding onto their cova grudges way more than the rest of the world is we decided it was time to pull him out and and you know to see what see what we can do because he needs a little bit one on one help in the covid restrictions are not giving him what he needs and well. I'm fairly certain that the next time we record you're going to have me laughing at the fact that we put her kid out and rate that right before they're about to Know shut schools down again. So don't be surprised. Everybody if i come on next week and say hey i was right. Schools were shut down over in chicago. Here there that's been a bit of a drama because they've been Apparently like they're telling teachers in chicago not to say that they have had the vaccine so that they don't have to go back in the school to work between that and other things. Yeah it's and it's just kind of crazy. It's all very nuts. that's for sure. I mean okay. I just don't get that that's weird. But anyway let's let's get off of the depressing and onto the fun tonight just for a little housekeeping smoking capri. It's a basket that i got local Brick and mortar. And in. And i'm just smoking. Some bulk burly blends called double down. You can get it from smoking. Pipes dot com greg. You got going on tonight for smoking. Goes up. I am tonight. I decided to enjoy some of my Baco and so. I'm enjoying some Lanes ready rubbed in this shire. A habit hype from a common pipe from missouri mirror. Some how how. How apropos you choice. I've actually been recently my switch. I switched books audiobooks. And when i'm doing my chores and stuff around the house i've been listening to the hobbit so it's was a great choice on your part you know you'd had no idea absolutely i'd smoked mind tonight too but i haven't had a chance to clean it all my all my extremely dirty pipes. Or and my workstation ready to go except it's been blocked off and i can't get to it so who knows anyway. We are talking today about avatars last year. Bender episode five. I believe yes and day. Hang in the gang. Go to the city of.

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"third" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"third" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I'm stephanie mann. Big t calvin up dan. Thanks for joining us again. It's week crazy week right such a crazy week. Somebody adding seniors. Did you see the attack on the capital part two. Oh jeez crickets shame. Start saying things that didn't happen in the next week to see from greater predicting the future. Hey used cheese forgive nation dude. We just talked about this. Throwback trudeau stephanie. We just talked about it like weeks ago. so have is going to be the historian today. What are we talking about today. So this week. I am talking about the third wave experiments or how two hundred children became nazis. Okay yes donald ran for president..

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