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3 Former US Officials Charged in UAE Hacking Scheme
"Three former US military and intelligence officials have admitted to helping the United Arab Emirates based company hack into computers in the US and around the world the defendants are accused of providing sophisticated computer hacking technology to the company that conducted hacking operations on behalf of the UAE governments the three men agreed to pay nearly one point seven million dollars to resolve criminal charges and agreement that the justice department described as the first of its kind the case is an example of what appears to be a growing trend in X. U. S. intelligence officials being hard approach to bolster the spike off to foreign governments a practice officials have said risk facing US secrets I'm Karen Shamus
Boston-Area Catholic Priest Found Guilty of Child Abuse, Banned From Priesthood
"Now. News of the godly catholic priest who formerly led parishes in the boston area has been barred from public ministry. After an ecclesiastical panel found him guilty of sexually abusing a minor in the nineteen sixties. According to the archdiocese of boston it confirmed the resolution of the case involving reverend paul mclaughlin. It said mclaughlin. Ninety one had been found guilty of child abuse and his sentence has been affirmed by the vatican his sentence. Four years in no live a life of prayer and penance. Ouch that smarts. In the light of that sentence the archdiocese said mclaughlin who currently lives in california. Well let's get the lapd check is a social media. No he's barred from exercising any public ministry including celebrating masses edition. He may not provide spiritual direction may not wear clerical attire and cannot function as a cleric quote he is to live in contemplation of his sins and pray for all of those affected by his conduct said the archdiocese the globe. The boston globe reported in february two thousand three that three men. The prior year had come forward to accuse mclaughlin of abusing them in the nineteen sixties in september two thousand and one is placed on administrative leave following an allegation of use abuse reported to have occurred in late nineteen sixties with a minor. One man said mcglaughlin. I'm not gonna read that one. You can imagine it. When he was eleven or twelve years old he was also accused in a separate lawsuit of abusing a boy at least ten times from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen sixty nine. The boy was a ten.
Baltimore Ravens Add RB Le'Veon Bell to Practice Squad
"We'll begin with some news. Maybe on bell lady on bell on bell signed with the baltimore ravens practice squad matthew quite fall for years ago certainly a little bit of a different standing in the nfl compared to what three years ago two years ago when he literally skipped the season because he was trying to sign a record setting right back contract he eventually got a very very lucrative deal but plan to be a fixture in the nfl for a long time. He's now on the ravens practice squad. Sound like there's a eventually elevated to the fifty three man roster. This comes on the heels of the team losing another running back. Just hail to a torn killys. He's out for the
Chiefs Roster Tracker: Kansas City Cuts Down to 53-Man Roster
"Kansas city chiefs players on the mike today. Just general manager bread. Vh after he made the fifty three man roster cutdown and the sixteen man practice squad with that many players involved. Vicente lots of go through so let's get to it. Here is the general manager of the city chiefs bread. vh before we started just wanted to to thank Certainly my personnel staff in the coaches for for all their hard work ripley. Starting from the time we got off the bus in tampa to The the free. Nc periods of the draft to the undrafted frenzy period. All through training and through the waiver wire process and Again just can't thank them enough other all their hard work Certainly i think all the players The guys congratulations guys. That made a roster made our practice squad and and say thanks to the players that are moving onto you know other homes or pursuing other interests. it was an outstanding camp wada competition we had some tough decisions to make But as you guys know that while we are excited about our roster we're certainly not perfect and you know we'll spend You know the rest of this weekend and throughout the season just trying to see if we can get our roster as we progress and again looking forward to to the opener and a couple of weekends and should be a fun
Vegas Raiders Cut Down Roster to Initial 53-Man Roster
"Get right to it sam. The raiders cut their roster down to fifty three. It's not etched in stone whatsoever. There's going to be a lot of moves. I think made over the next forty eight hours but any surprises regarding what What we saw today. How you doing great work today. Greg today becky over. A number of those moves broke several of those transactions. Great work as always. We appreciate it for me biggest surprise. I don't think there's a ton of surprises. You take a look at the roster in for the most part guys that we expect it to make the team guys that had prominent roles in training camp guys that we expect to have. Prominent role season are on the team The one surprise to me. And i guess it's not too much surprise when you contextualize training camp and how everything went through the preseason Brown three years removed from the one thousand yard season. You figure you know his speed. His veteran presence could play a factor there that receiving core. But it goes to show you that. The raiders have a lot of faith in henry rugs in bryan edwards to take a step forward in hunter renfro to continue to be a productive sought receiver and and felt it was. It was a mutually beneficial. John brown asked for his release. I expected to be a market for him with the raiders. Feel good about where they are at receiver. So that was the biggest surprise for people for the most part this roster looks how i expected it to look at this point of the season. What about you. What did you think. Yeah and As it relates to john brown zeta-jones also continues To to emerge as a guy that the raiders value as a reserve player maybe even as a spot starter. There's a lot of value in zeta-jones that goes obviously the numbers because he really hasn't put the numbers up but there's a chemistry that he has with dr carr. There's also an understanding now going into year. Three in this offense of what the raiders are doing so Not a bad option to have that deep down on under depth chart. It'll be interesting to see what some of these younger wide receivers Dita turner and dylan. Stoner who did get cut. Whether they're brought back in some capacity. Very lisa i would think both would be on the practice squad. And who knows maybe one could end up. On the on the regular season roster fifty three man roster
Three Men Aimed to Exit Afghanistan but Only President Trump Had a Plan
"Men run for president, all with the same promise that we've got to get out of Afghanistan. One of them as soon as he got into office ignored it like he ignored all the things that he said when he ran for president. That was Barack Obama. He didn't carry the Magi said what he needed to say to get elected. Donald Trump really meant it and put a plan together and it was in the process of rolling out, although part of that plan had to do was sending a message of the Taliban that if they violate any of the conditions of the pullout, we would stay and we would hit them and would strike them hard. You remember last year that's exactly what happened. And then it gets handed over to Joe Biden. And now look where we are. The reason that I laid this out here for you is this We've been there 20 years. Give or take a couple of months. Our Pentagon leadership. The brass, the generals, the admirals. They have been in charge of our military forces on the ground. Your brothers Your father's your uncles, your Children. For 20 years. And maybe it's me and I am looking for your expertise on this. To be fair. I did not serve, but I have many friends who have served. I have many people. Who have been in Afghanistan for multiple tours, who know the people involved. I've been talking to them. And and and coordinating with them all day here, and they will back me up on this notion. We have been there for 20 years. At some point at some point, maybe five years ago, maybe 10 years ago. Maybe 15 years ago. Actually, I would argue at the point that you actually committed our troops to the ground in Afghanistan. The leadership, the military leadership. The national security so called experts should have had A packet of paper. With the exit strategy.
Jimmy Carter Did What!?!
"I just learned something that has blown my mind about violence that took place blood was shed on the floor of the. Us capital in one thousand nine hundred fifty four was off by two years. I thought it was one thousand nine hundred. Eighty two nine hundred fifty four when a national liberation group opened fire in the us house they. These terrorists shot five congressman. Now listen to this. Oh my gosh. And this has got a political component to it. 'cause where do you hear jimmy. Carter did with these terrorists to blow your mind. I'm telling you you cannot make this crap up. I keep hearing julia battling in my mind. Do republican party has lost their way. Where did you hear what democrat jimmy. Carter did with the terrorists who tried to murder five members of congress very on the floor debating a mexican farm labor bill when three men and a woman from puerto rico who were intent on gaining independence for the us territory. Storm the visitor's gallery and fired automatic pistols at the members of the house the barrage twenty to thirty rounds from luger's hit five house members. The barrage lasted for about a minute. Before capitol police subdued the shooter's now. I would think that's an insurrection. You're going in. You're trying to murder members of congress on the floor of the us. Alright of the five wounded representative alvin bentley. A republican from michigan representative ben johnson. A republican from iowa suffered the most the most serious injuries the other three members representative kenneth roberts democrat from alabama clifford davis from tennessee. George fallon for maryland. They were shot in the leg or the hip. Okay the banner headlines all over the country. Five congressmen are shot. A group of men and women shouting free. Puerto rico fired automatic pistols from the house gallery at congress members. Hit at least five. Okay now this is where it gets. Good the shooters were charged with assault with intent to kill. They tried to assassinate members of the united states congress right they were tried in federal court convicted and received life sentences. Here's the one line it's going to blow your. I got a role. I gotta have a real democrat. Jimmy carter commuted their sentences in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine and they return home to florida rico.
The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra
"It has been a few hours since their slow speed chase out of lake tahoe berry joe and frank sinatra junior had made it across the state line and they were driving through blinding. Snow car was skipping. All over the road is they tried to navigate. These narrow mountain passes tacoma's nerves berry turned on the radio radio station. I came kept announcing the kidnapping and then there were playing fraction out. Your slow junior came up with a comment. Why is that typical of the media. They're now trying to take advantage of this terrible mistake that you guys made and make it into a show business bobby-socksers party and then just coming up on the lights of this tiny little mountain town the just start applying strangers on the night. Now look sure. It was a coincidence. But the scene is so perfect. He couldn't write it. Think about a troubled and mentally unstable drunk strung out on his misguided fantasy of redemption on the run after committing a felony albeit one. He believes to be divinely ordained his reluctant end. Slightly dimwitted accomplished the former james dean of unify battered bruised frozen after death in the passenger seat but loyal to the last and in the back seat the son of hollywood royalty muzy on booze and sleeping pills sneering at the radio for spinning the story of his kidnapping to yet another story about his father out while how amazing is that harry are three strangers. Of course junior is also being held against his will here so he didn't have much agency in the narrative. Barry crafting about this trip but embarrassed mine. They were just three men all outcasts in their own way slipping and sliding down the highway towards an unknown fate. Salvation or downfall could go either way for berry. There was only one possible way to interpret this moment so i thought it was another divine revelation that we were on the right track and so forth very was counting on some more divine intervention to see this thing through still had a few hundred miles to drive in a blizzard in order to make it back to the safe house and the perfect soundtrack for his plan of operation was the only thing coming through the speakers. Radio is shining star door to door search first thing in the morning.
Trump Inaugural Committee Chair to Be Released on $250M Bail
"The former chair former president trump's inaugural committee is scheduled to be arraigned on charges that he was secretly lobbying the U. S. on behalf of the United Arab Emirates even as he saw the diplomatic post in the Middle East Tom barrack was ordered freed on two hundred and fifty million dollars bail on Friday he was arrested Tuesday Los Angeles near his home Barrick is expected to plead not guilty to conspiring to influence U. S. policy on the UAE's behalf during trump's twenty sixteen campaign and while trump was president barrack the founder of private equity firm colony capital was among three men charged in the case in New York prosecutors say he uses long professional friendship with trump to benefit the UAE without disclosing his ties to the U. S. government I'm Julie Walker
The Mysterious Case of The Boys on the Tracks
"Stephen hit the emergency brake. While simultaneously sounding the whistle. The train was traveling at the federal speed limit of fifty five miles per hour which caused the cars to shudder and buck when the emergency brake was applied. Stephen never let off the whistle. But the three men didn't see the pair on the tracks move flinch at all the sound made when the train ran over the two bodies. No doubt haunted these three men for the rest of their lives according to lever. It's book the boys on the tracks. The boys were dragged under the train for a bit. Stephen managed to get his shocked reaction under control and was successful in bringing the train to stop the crew. Radio dispatch to alert them to the incident and then local law enforcement was notified when the men walked along the tracks. They begin finding body parts. They noticed something was odd. There wasn't much blood. Jerry was a native arkansan who had hunted his entire life and knew how animals bled when they were killed. He said later that there was very little blood and of the blood that was present. It was a dark purplish color at four a. n. just thirteen minutes. After the train crew made the first report members of the selene county sheriff's department arrived on scene. One of the first officers began diagramming. The scene then additional emergency personnel began arriving including arkansas state trooper. Railroad officials an paramedics in what was going to be the first of many mistakes oversights and downright cover-ups the officer diagramming. The scene used the train as is reference point. Once the train left the scene the point of reference was gone forever. Moreover officers let another train pass through short time after the impact further disrupting evidence. The two deputies treated the scene as a cut and dried suicide however the trooper who arrived on scene had received a call of shots fired in the same area several hours before he did not respond earlier in the night but responded to the scene when he heard the call about a train accident he was leader shocked and disturbed by the deputies immediate dismissal of this as a suicide he told him he did not believe it was an accident but had to back off since it was the sheriff's department's jurisdiction
4 Deaths, 2 Critical Hospitalizations Confirmed at Michigan Music Festival
"After carbon monoxide poisoning at the faster horses campsite. Our WJR senior news analyst Marie Osborne with the details. Officials are now investigating four deaths at the festival over the weekend. Faster horses is a nationally known country music festival that takes place at the Michigan International Speedway. It is the biggest concert hit Michigan since the pandemic shut down 40,000 people attended a 30 year old woman's body was discovered on Saturday. Later that day, five men were found in a travel trailer unresponsive. Three died of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning to remain hospitalized. Runaway county sheriff's deputies say they found the five men, all of them in their early twenties inside of a travel trailer. Three of the men were pronounced dead at the scene to others transported to the hospital, and officials believe the men all suffered again. Carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator. It was positioned near the trailer. The Lenin Wake County Sheriff's Office, issuing a statement reminding campers at this massive festival about the importance of keeping generators away from their camping areas. The woman's death is still under investigation. Her cause of death is not known. She was identified as Melissa Donna Havens of Crossville. Police say they are looking for a man who was seen with the woman before her death. They're asking for the hub public self and try to locate him. The man described as being in his thirties with short black hair, short beard and wearing a gray hoodie. Asked her horses. Organizers did not mention anything about the incidents in any signage or social media post during the festival over the weekend. In fact, some fans told reporters who were there They have not heard about the deaths. So again, there's still an investigation underway in regards to that woman's death. The other three men who died at the festival, it is believed that they all died of carbon monoxide poisoning. Paul You know, we've
6-Year-Old Girl Is Killed in Washington, D.C. Shooting
"And killed and five adult shot and injured in Southeast D. C last night. It happened at the intersection of MLK and Malcolm X Avenues in Congress tights shortly after 11 P.m. seventh District officers received university was called, actually heard the shots. Fire respond to this location group of individuals running toward the responding officers. He showed them where the victims were. Executive assistant police chief fashion, Benedict says the three men and two women had non life threatening injuries. Nobody's been arrested. They're looking for a dark colored vehicle. A federal judge in
3 Men Charged in Deadly 2018 Missouri Duck Boat Accident
"Three men face charges in a deadly duck boat accident on Missouri's table rock lake from twenty eighteen when a tourist duck boat sank on the Missouri lake during a severe thunderstorm seventeen people died federal charges against a boat captain and two other employees were dismissed now local authorities including those in stone county Missouri and the state are reviving the threat of long prison sentences with a total of sixty three felony charges Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmidt said is to hold the people allegedly responsible for the deaths accountable in an affidavit highway patrol sergeant mark green said the captain failed to exercise his duties by going on to the lake with the boat with a severe thunderstorm warning in effect the captain Kenneth Scott McKee aces seventeen charges of first degree involuntary manslaughter and twelve additional charges that he endangered child passengers on the boat five of whom died I'm Jennifer king
4 Arrested, Guns Seized at Hotel Near All-Star Game Events
"Been arrested in more than a dozen weapons seized by Denver police at a hotel that's near where events tied to the upcoming major league All Star game will be held. Three men and a woman were arrested and hundreds of rounds of ammunition were recovered. Investigators have not found any evidence that the group was planning a mass shooting Senate
4 Arrested on Gun Charges in Downtown Denver Hotel
"Three men and a woman are in custody on gun and drug charges and downtown Denver at a hotel near Coors Field. This comes just days ahead of the MLB All Star game before arrested are accused of having more than a dozen long guns, spotty armor and more than 1000 rounds of ammunition on the eighth floor of the May even hotel in downtown
Police: Arrest in Slaying of 3 Men Found at a Golf Course
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting arrest has been made in the slaying of three men found on a Georgia golf course authorities in Georgia have announced the arrest of a man in connection with the killing of three men found shot to death on a golf course last weekend a Cobb county sheriff's office spokeswoman tells the Atlanta journal constitution Cobb county sheriff's deputies and US marshals arrested Brian road and more than twenty five miles from pine tree Country Club in Kennesaw where the slain man were discovered Saturday no further information was provided on the arrest police said golf pro Eugene seller was gunned down when he approached a pickup truck that had driven onto the tenth green two other men including the vehicle owner were found dead from gunshot wounds in the bed of the pickup truck hi Mike Rossio
"three men" Discussed on AP News
"Three men are dead and two others injured in a shooting last night in Dallas. Police say they have no suspects. A man is dead, two others wounded in the shooting at a block party on Long Island, New York This is a P news. Goalie for the NHL. Columbus Blue Jackets was killed enough fireworks accident last night at a party in Michigan head down to you has more. It's being described as a tragic accident. Police in no by Michigan say a firework tilted slightly and started to fire toward people. 24 year old Matisse, Kev Lennox was in a hot tub. The autopsy shows he died of chest trauma prior to the autopsy, police said. Kev Lennox was believed to have slipped and hit his head on concrete while running from a malfunctioning firework give Lennox played two games for the Blue Jackets last season. The team's general manager, Tweeted Life is so precious and can be so fragile hug your loved ones today. R I. P. Matisse, you will be dearly Missed. I'm Ed Donahue. A man has been arrested in Washington state for throwing chunks of concrete from an overpass into traffic on Interstate five. Last night, At least one driver was injured. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News An autopsy shows. A National Hockey League goaltender was killed on the fourth of July in a fireworks accident. It's being described as a tragic accident. Police in Novi Michigan, say a firework tilted slightly and started to fire toward people. 24 year old Matisse, Kev Lennox was in a hot tub. The autopsy shows he died of chest trauma prior to the autopsy, police said. Kev Lennox was believed to have slipped and hit his head on concrete while running from a malfunctioning firework give Lennox played two games for the Blue Jackets last season. The team's general manager, Tweeted Life is so precious and can be so fragile hug your loved ones today. R I P. Matisse. You will be dearly Missed. I'm Ed Donahue. Thank you, for it's made these July 4th cell with our lowest prices of the season on summer updates for your home like 20 to 50% off outdoor furniture and the Radley.
The Real Inglorious Basterds: Operation Greenup
"Operation green up an operation carried out by a special group of men many of called the real life. Inglorious bastards a reference to the two thousand nine quentin tarantino film in which group. Us jewish soldiers plot to assassinate high up nazi leaders operation. Green up. wasn't exactly like the hollywood blockbuster known was catching nazis and carbon swastikas of their foreheads. Hitler doesn't get submachine gun down burning theater that also gets blown up. Gotta love tarantino's over the top devos's otheir was no assassination plan but a lot of daring cinematic. Incredibly courageous moments did go down. There was a cast of characters that feel more like hollywood creations in real people. Sometimes it was an amazing high risk high stakes operation that did truly involves jewish men risking their lives parachuting in behind enemy lines to quote. Kill some nazis. They may not have been pulling off executions in the woods but they did help give the allies valuable intel that saved a whole bunch of lives short version of their story. Is this two jewish refugees. The united states living in brooklyn frederick mayor twenty-three hans wynberg twenty to end up in the office of strategic services the os forerunner to the cia and parachute deep behind nazi lines into the austrian province of tyrol in february of nineteen forty-five their mission to compile reports on german rail. Traffic over the brenner pass between italy and austria. And make sure. The germans don't have a secret alpine fortress and intel. They could glean there would help shape. The allies plans for a final world war two showdown with nazi germany. A third man also pairs you then with them. Franz weber there mark lieutenant. Who had belatedly come to his sentences about the tyrannical antisemitic sociopathic nature of adolf hitler and his war operation. Green up ended up bringing the allies important information shattered some troublesome propaganda. The germans had concentrated a large number of men and weapons in the south could have extended world war. Two's bloodshed by months leading to possibly tens of thousands of additional deaths. Not only that. But after being captured and tortured by gestapo agents in refusing to give any intel frederick mayor also negotiated the peaceful surrender of innsbruck the tyrolian provincial capital to the us seventh army on may third nineteen forty-five saving even more lives.
Ex-'Predator' Host Turns Himself in, Resolves Video Issue
"The former host of to catch a Predator TV series, turned himself in Friday after Michigan judge issued a warrant for his arrest for no showing at a court hearing to explain why he had not given a defense lawyer more footage of a police sting operation. Three men charged with trying to meet underage girls. Hansen was released. He has 14 days to produce the full video, Todd
"three men" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"I'm Elliot Einhorn Welcome to a very special edition of Talk House featuring the second episode of the Macintosh for the love of music podcasts. In this series, we explore the history of legendary American audio gear maker.
"three men" Discussed on Adjust the Mic Podcast
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"three men" Discussed on Adjust the Mic Podcast
"Fucking the Walmart over there. Whatever it wasn't Walmart I don't know if something was over there and we took the other two hubcaps off the car and throw away and then I went home and told my dad. Was We still the funny thing? Is You know you go out? And you're like all right. I'm GonNa have this your parents like he's going to be in fucking Orlando. They already not fooling anybody which think you're getting away with it back. Then that it is now sixteen I was driving Orlando every see my dad absolutely but now I'm like no Kalay you're not allowed on ninety five for like six months. We are a lot more like not all of us. But a lot of pairs now are a lot more because we knew what we did growing up and we don't want our kids being able to do that. It's getting worse but the thing is to do you want them to go through that so they can have a perspective. I don do you have a thing as we did shit that we should be because then they find people like us find them and they go that they're still not happening about that? Like flaine manhunt in the woods and all the time but yeah crawling underneath Palmetto tree. Oh yeah diving down in the ditches and I'm like how the hell am I afraid of a lizard now but I know he's snake rattlers and real like dangerous stuff. You don't have said rattlers but crosses my path. I'm climbing and climbing the wall alley frogs outside mid so funny. Do think was lizards. She hates this much. Monitoring of our children know that the kids are always gonNA outsmart smarter than we are. We think we got it all figured out everything we did. Oh I know but I don't know man I feel like kids are GonNa find a way to beat the system. We have technology we can monitor them. Three sixty one of their fucking buddies older brothers knows how to fucking break that system and make them think you're so and so's house and go. Oh It's GonNa happen or there's having an APP that tells called beat the dad or beat the parents and it goes in there and hacks the parents phone and then they can make it do whatever they want a cat and mouse me. Just got to listen. I'm just GonNa follow him everywhere. I'm just GonNa fucking hail him the whole time. The kids like he wasn't going to have much. He was going to be away from the kids for a couple of days so the kids the night one night and he was almost like. I don't know if I want to stay because I'm not going to be able to hang out with them. Be All having all this phone without me You know it is like man like they're going to have a hard time with you me when they get older man awesome. It's an awesome thing to my boys have never spent the night anywhere other than family. And even when Evan had that sculpt ker thing for like three hours like dance or whatever they did up there I dropped him off and I wouldn't go home. Drove around Titusville. Casey needs somebody haul ass bag over there. It was pretty ridiculous I to when Kayla was little I used to send her away all summer so she the girl scout camp all summer like six weeks did a couple of hundred over the summer. Yeah lots of parents did back. Church camp for a whole summer tie never wanted to leave. He never wanted to leave Kayla. Like I'm out. Drop her off on a Sunday. Pick up on a Friday speaking in kids ours one over the shoulder. I think they're trying. To finagle something next Charlie. You're you're the softy again. What do you want children yeah? I'll tell you right now. Even need specific rules just us. Please don't injure yourself you'll see me leaving shortly cause it's like fucking midnight or something. Yeah actually we're fixing to go in a few minutes off six good episode guys. Kathy thank you so much for coming. Yeah I told you. It wasn't like it's nerve wracking at first but I mean I remember i. I came on the shelves like it. Just feels it's just sitting around bullshit. Just this is what we do. We could literally had this. Entire conversation with no microphones and it would have made a difference true now we have like three or four people who are actually GONNA listen to. This is pretty fucking right. We and we Sponsored we actually advertised at last episode. Who Joe How do you feel my says what I was born here the first model of Mike? I don't know you're in a two piece. Yeah it's true you were but I knew that was never like advertise advertise. You're actually Europe paid motto. We'RE GOING TO CHIP PRO BONO. Not Get follow job. That was the troll job. We just made that all up so we could get you to do it. It worked. I still think we jared's yes. Yeah Kathy Awesome next coming on Nafta one hundred and then like when you have your business your bakery business shit. That can't happen. If you're gonNA take baked good advice from fucking three thousand a podcast. I don't fuck you thank you. Are you still need to send Charlie a picture of these? This commercial for greater. Signed me to see this shit. 'cause I need I want to get outside here? I WANNA get a couple a deep freezer or something as well. So we're going to be doing love fishing man-size beer fridge. Yes fill you should mount your TV above the fireplace. It's eventually going to happen to me like I've spent so much now. I need to like restock and get comfortable again. And then I'm GonNa build a just use white in build white shelving. Okay like throughout that whole area. We're take the seat pads out so I don't want to get in have the TV on it. And then I'll have like some shelving but have all the burke exposed. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa get up because they have to walk by the cupcakes. Tv's era fifty. Five sixty five to seventy no. Because I don't like looking up either when I watch. Tv I this is this is the CDC spot for this room. Right here guarantee but that sitting up straight up like that's fine go home by. Hey that was always about the same speed Kathy. You have to keep coming on once in a while. Definitely in this. How trials aren't fucked to show. I'm ready to go JOE. Let's go to Joe and it's all on their. You'll hear it lasts up. I'm listening to it now. I got to the part where I think we were talking about. Peer to two thousand for the fourth time. And then colleen's face to and reopening fucking hardware. Everything that was going really fucking well and then Charlie just huge corn beef again and then I was like all right. I'm here we all purposely in in one way or another purposely like just tortured the show or whoever else was talking trying to talk most of what I say. It's almost back Mike Times. It was five payers you I. I assume I had a blast. I don't remember it but I mean from listening to Siempre. We'll go from there. You having a phone. You're on the floor. Couldn't find my phone. I had I had apparently had to make some phone calls. Irs and We also do have our phone system guys and I do have to. We can take voicemails. And then so if you leave a voicemail I can actually you know. Save it play it for the next episode. You have a question for the show..
"three men" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"Was cast to one side and ran ranging along with white wells. Flank seems strangely oblivious to dance as the whales sometimes will they had was fairly within the smokey mountain mist which thrown off from the whale spout curled round his great Mandak Hump. He was even those close to him. When with body arched back both arms length wise high lifted to the poise. He darted his fierce iron and his father fiercer curse and to hated wail as both steel and curse sank into the socket. As if sucked into a morass moby Dick sidewise writhed spasmodically rolled his knife flank against the bow and without staving a hole in it so suddenly cantered the boat over that had not been for the elevated part of the gun whale to which he doesn't clung a how would once more have been tossed into the sea. How's it was three of the artist? Men for new not the precise instant of the DART and were therefore unprepared for its effects. These were flung out so fell that in an instant to. I'm clutch the gun. Well again and raising to its level. And a Coleman wave hurled themselves bodily inboard again the third man hopelessly dragging a stern but still afloat and swimming almost simultaneously with a mighty volition of an-and graduated instantaneous witness. The white whale darted through the wall touring Z. But when they have cried out to the steersman to take new turns with the line and hold it so and commanded the crew to turn round on their seats in tow the bow up to the mark the moment the treacherous line felt that double strain and tug it snapped in the empty air. What breaks in me. Some SINEW CRACKS. Tis whole again. Our's our's burst in upon him hearing the tremendous rush of the C. Crushing boat the way wheeled around present his blank. Far Head at bay but in that evolution catching sight to the nearing black of the ship. Seemingly seeing it the source of all his persecutions but thinking it it may be a larger and nobler foe of sudden. He bore down upon advancing brow smeeting his jaws amid fiery showers of foam. A cab staggered his hands his forehead. I grow blind hand. Stretch out before me that I may grope my way it's night the whale. The ship cried the cringing oarsmen ours ours. Slope downwards I depth oversee that Harry would be forever too late a had may slide this last last time upon his mark. I see the ship. The ship Dashon. My men will not save my ship but has the oarsmen violently forced their boat through the sledge. Hammering sees the before whale smitten bow wins. The two planks.
"three men" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"The Sun that brief December Day rose cheerless over hills of gray and darkly circled gave at noon a satellite than waning moon. Slow tracing down the thickening sky. It's mute an ominous prophecy portend seeming less than threat at sank from sight before it set a chill note coat however stout of homespun stuff could quite shut out a hard dull bitterness of cold that checked mid vein the circling race of lifeblood in the sharpened face. The coming of the snowstorm told the wind blew east. We heard the roar of Ocean on his wintry shore and felt the strong pulse. Throbbing there beat with low rhythm are inland air. Meanwhile we did your nightly chores brought in the wood from out of doors lettered. The stall and from the mouse raked down the herds grass for the cows heard the horse winning for his corn and sharply clashing Horn on horn impatient. Down the stanchion rose the cattle shake their walnut bows while peering from his earthly perch upon the scaffolds poll of Birch the cock. His crested helmet bent and down his querulous. Chen wouldn't sent an warmed by any sunset. Light the Grade Day darkened into night a night made Hori with the swarm in world. Dance of the blinding storm. As Zigzag wavering to and fro crossed and recrossed the winged snow and air. The early bedtime came a white drift pile. The window frame and through the glass the clothesline posts looked in like tall and she did ghosts night. Drew on and from the Crest of would knows that Ridge to the west the sun a snow blown traveler sank from sight beneath fat smoldering bank. We piled with care our nightly stack of wood against the back the oaken log green huge and thick and on its top the stout back stick the naughty four stick lane. Apart and filled between with curious art the ragged brush then hovering near we watched the first read blaze appear heard the sharp crackle caught the gleam on whitewashed wall and sagging beam until the old rude furnished room burst flowerlike into rosie bloom while radiant and with a mimic flame outside the sparkling drift became an through the bear bowed lilac tree our own warm hearth seemed blazing free the crane and pendant trammell showed the Turks heads on the and irons glowed while childish fancy prompted tell the meaning of the miracle whispered the old rhyme under the tree when fire outdoors. Burns merrily there. The witches are making e the moon above the eastern would show net. It's full the hill. Range stood transfigured in the silver flood. It's blown snows flashing cold and keen dead white save where some sharp ravine took shadow or the Sambre Green of hemlock turned to black against the whiteness at their back for such a world and such a night most fitting that an warming light which only seem where it fell to make the coldness visible that was snowbound or the sun that December Day by John Greenleaf. Whittier here is what Phoenix had to say. A wonderful representation of how storms can have their effect sickle logically much more than physically in some cases. It's a different aspect of man versus nature. This gets back to what we talked about. Little Bit in the episode Wherein man versus nature.
"three men" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"Little up to my breast pockets. The shore driven win slapping water in my mouth. My boat cried and wind against the piles and plunged like a frightened calf. Then I jumped and fumbled my way aboard her for the first time in my life. I had a knife when I needed it. The bracketing we were boats. Were Pushing Elaine against the pier. I cut anchor line in tow line and kicked them free and they blew ashore on the mud. Bank but Elaine's anchor chain was still intact and that great old mud hook was still down. A hundred pounds of iron with spear shaped flukes. Wide is a shovel. Elaine's engine is not always obedient but this day it started at a touch. I hung on standing on the deck reaching inboard for wheel and throttle clutch with my left hand and that boat tried to help. I suppose she was that scared. I entered her out and worked up the anchor chain with my right hand under ordinary conditions. I can barely pull that anchor with both hands in a calm but everything went right. This time. I edged over the hook and tipped up and freed at spades then. Lifted it clear out of the bottom and nosed into the wind and gave it throttle and we headed into that. God Damn Wind gained on it. It was as though we pushed our way through thick porridge. A hundred yards offshore. I let the hook go and at plunged down grabbed bottom and the fairlane straightened and raised her bow and seem to sigh with relief. Well there I was a hundred yards offshore with Donna. Baying over me. Like a pack of white whiskered hounds. No skift could possibly whether it for a minute I saw a piece of branch goes skidding by and simply jumped in after it. There was no danger. If I could keep my head up I had to blow ashore but I admit the half Wallington rubber boots. I wore got pretty heavy. It couldn't have been more than three minutes before grounded and that other fair lane and a neighbor pulled me out. It was only then that I began to shake all over but looking out and seeing our little bowed riding well and safely was nice. I must have strained something pulling ankle with one hand because I needed a little help. Poem a Tumbler of Whiskey on the kitchen table with some help too. I've tried sense to raise that ankle with one hand and I can't do it. The wind died quickly. Leftist wreckage power lines down telephone for a week. Person on tape is not damaged at all. So here is what Phoenix had to say about this. It's such a masculine telling the story. He did a terrible thing terrifying his wife but to him it was a quick John to help out his boat. And he metaphorically didn't drop his cigar just kept cool he's sixty years old in this story and it's autobiographical what an asshole. But also how? Beautifully written couldn't agree more Phoenix. I think it's an interesting character. Reference point for the character of Johnny Marysville who sees himself? Is this kind of masculine. Do what I want character And it is also a really shining example of what the whole man versus nature. Strife can be it really allows for this kind of this happened and then this happened and then this happened plot Without any need for a will. What'S THE VILLAINS MOTIVATION? Nature doesn't need a motivation. It just needs to absolutely take you down. So the next thing that I'm going to be reading is a little kind of mid point. Breather. This is a poem called snowbound subtitle the Son that brief December day this by the poet John Greenleaf Whittier now. This description is something that I think that anyone who's lived in New England has a real respect for In the same ways that the desert convey this really all inspiring sense of fastness and uncaring. So too can winters in say Maine and Fremont so that in mind as I read this brief Jonty oil poem for you. The Sun that brief December Day rose cheerless over hills of gray and darkly circled gave at noon a satellite than waning moon..
"three men" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"From Everywhere Doc. All at once and then go on to talk about some of the publications you miss. I mean there's a certain nostalgia in always sure sure but that's acknowledging being not knowing that people are GonNa think that and also I enjoy ranting and have have always You know you do anything long enough enough and you're not terrible at it but it's knowing that and also at the end I wind up saying he. There's a lot of amazing things that are happening now. And there's things we don't know and and so much of what I'm interested in covering and why I can't wait until it's like a year from now or something is covering stuff. I don't know that's really interesting. Yeah because I know the interesting stuff that I know that I can't wait to tell people about. I can't wait to collaborate with writers with artists with musicians that you know I. I have no no idea who they were and that was when I was at the Metro Times. That was the best part it was the writers like an Alaska. WHO's a main writer here in Detroit for Maggot Brain I'd never heard of her and some of the music that she wanted to read about. She just contacted me in turn out to be this great writer. I acknowledge that yeah. That's obviously obviously playing with the this nostalgia looking at the range of stories in here to it. Look it strikes me that you're sort of not anchored tethered to like current in music necessarily mean you've got you've got stories about ice and there's like a another story about current banned from Miami called Dracula but then you you know the cover is covers else. Coltrane right who's best known for her jazz work from the sixties and seventies being the wife of John Coltrane. You're not trying to be rolling stone here obviously and keep up with the billboard one hundred or anything right what we can't and we don't want to and we don't need to so what this is about. It's about about stuff that we love and that our friends love and you know increasingly people. We don't know who just reach out to US love You know. There's an article in the next issue about about this really cool. It's an older thing. But it's really cool Greek Spiritual singer from the early Seventies. Who worked with that Van Jealous Guy on? They made an amazing electric pop record. Nine hundred seventy five and her name. Is Marian Gelin. He tracked her down and Vangelis. Who did the blade runner soundtrack and shades series of fires? Probably what he's best known for but yeah blade runners probably the coolest thing track stuff like that which is just all my God and so that is that particular article is tied to a release but like stuff doesn't need to be an for people who are writers. That's huge for them. Because usually we all have to or if it's an older thing thing it has to be exactly the this anniversary of it you know. There's there's so much fiftieth anniversary this year of anything from nineteen seventy. We want to be free from that and and free from all these normal constraints but also work within them and have fun columns and all that You've also got a an interesting story story in the current issue about. Describe him as a Downer psychedelic. And from Grosse Pointe back in the late sixties called index yes. I haven't finished that story but I I just started reading it on the way in this morning I really interesting. I've never heard of them before. This oh this is so great and and I can. You can find him on Youtube. I understand Yeah Youtube. Youtube is but Stuff was recently reissued by a label out of Italy like a year or two ago. I had tried to get something started and I was GonNa do like a local newsprint only thing and I just didn't have the the money this Guy Glenn Warren. WHO's a great local writer and musician? he wrote that feature and did all this great tracking people down and finding original photographs. that you know no one has seen in. Maybe a you know sixty years or something they were this band. who was playing high school dances and they were like covering hits? But then they They were a garage moment and they may be didn't have all the chops so what they wound up with was unintentionally may be amazing and so they're super super special and super cool story in there about how they played a summer resort in harbor springs with Iggy pop back when he was is playing with a band called the iguanas the stooges and everything which I love that yeah instinct iggy pop playing in harbor springs a trip and then also yeah their stuff there to where it's like they're playing with local sports legends too because they just wound up being like in that you know. They're Grosse Pointe right kind of being on a slightly higher social scene than than certainly like iggy was who is like a trailer. He lived in a trailer from if Cellini right. Yeah so no website citing plans for a website at all not even facebook page or anything like that. Not Now I think like social media makes total sense for us to do and to have fun with but the point is that it's a magazine and unless you're a magazine with all of the resources of Conde nast behind you like why give give a whole bunch of your content away for free like I just see people do that e and then if you go there and you only get half of it or you have to do a paywall or something. It's just whatever we're also. I was hired by Amazon and the in the late nineties when they actually had real content and then for years of working freelance on the Internet. It's really nice to not happy working in the Internet anymore. Like it's really nice to just work on this physical thing. Wow interesting Where can people will find maggot brain around town here in Detroit? It's it. It's obviously at third man. Records is also at a bunch of other record stores is it. TRINA SOLVES ITS IT. Hello records it's You picked it up a book. Beet correct that's right. I know park super great store. That has been around for a long time. It's proprietor carry. Lauren will likely could be the subject of a feature at some point. Alkyl really interesting in a really important story going back to. I think early eighties now. Interesting all right well well Mike macgonagall you're the managing editor and Add Rep. Many hats The inventor of Maggot Brain magazine. Congratulations on getting the first one out the door. That's not so much and look forward. Thank you guys so much two more things to tell you about last month we had Windsor Star reporter. Dave Dave Bad Ajello on to talk about how a portion of Detroit River shoreline that was contaminated by uranium collapsed into the river. Well turns out. There's a twist twist according to a new report by local four neither Detroit bulk storage nor the landowner revere copper had a permit to store the aggregate material. Oh that caused the collapse and they haven't for years. The two companies are being fined. Three thousand dollars a day while they're in violation. The city of Detroit is going to start an annual inspection of industrial sites. But it's important to keep watch on this story to make sure that they do it. Oh Hi all. This is kermit comedy. FROGGER sesame street news. If you're of a certain age then you definitely know that voice and now kermit the frog is going on display at the. Dia Jim Henson donated the version of his beloved muppet to the Detroit. Institute of Arts in Nineteen seventy-one. It looks just like the muppet show version except for the double crenelated collar. The same that appeared on sesame street in nineteen sixty nine it goes on display at the DIA. Starting on Friday and runs through late March along with the museum's original Howdy doody puppet from nineteen forty seven..
"three men" Discussed on Daily Detroit
"The feature conversation Mike Qualcomm daily Detroit. Thanks so much for having me. And and Congrats on the new magazine. Your New Gig thank you yes. It's really fun. It looks really great. I picked up a copy. Here era myself. Debut edition December January February twenty twenty so mike I know you have been a longtime music writer your former music editor over the Metro Times correct. How did the magazine come about? And how did you get involved in it. Well I had done fanzine since I was fifteen and and had no idea what I was doing so since then slowly figured out what I'm doing and then also working for other people Mostly as a music editor. I brought this project to them entirely and a third man. Yeah and I know. I know that they were super into obviously into so many things that are physical culture that are They already publishing books. They've got a record. Label label obviously. They're making record plant pressing vinyl record and and you go into the place and you know there's all this random stuff you know I think the only thing they don't have is their own typewriter and that's probably going to show up there tomorrow and it'll type in black and yellow. They have polaroid film that was made for them. That's black and yellow. So and I was really glad that like the magazine didn't have to be black and yellow. And they they kind of just let me work with designer on it. You know. There's obviously those colors are in here. I gave them Like examples of what would be in the magazine and the only feedback I got from them was After I'd had a meeting with them and we were finally Starting to work together. Was this guy I who just seem like this garage. Rock Bro like everybody who most of the people that work at third man were in bands and and And I saw that Jack White is doing that thing where he's working with people he knew before he was famous or people. He's known a long time and he's like you know in the table of contents before. It said there was going to be an article called how to resist ace and I said yeah he said I don't see it in there now and and I replied well Jack White saying this known. This is not Jack White saying this. Sorry this is Ben Swank who Totally know the bands he was in. But it's 'cause I'm talking on the radio I'm totally forgetting. He's really great guy and he didn't know him that well and I was a little worried I was like what. What's he going to say and my reasoning joining that that I'd taken it out of the table contents was that I'd reached out to Rebecca Solnit and a couple other like amazing writers on the subject? And because I was stupidly really writing them on facebook messaging they hadn't written back he said well. Why isn't it in there? So the only feedback I got from them was to make it more political. Yeah and make it more weird and that is really great because it will always have a lot of content. That isn't just music and it is because it has to going to become more and more political too. Yeah so you said that you've been doing like a fanzines right. Since you were young young explained to our listeners. We have a younger listeners. who probably don't necessarily know what fanzines are or were back in the day especially? Yeah we didn't have the Internet yet Because it was the early eighties or twelve people had it and so there's a bunch of stuff that I was excited about soy music fan already. Yeah and it was sort of digesting these publications from the late nineteen sixties and early seventies and. I was like why isn't anything like this anymore and so I did it like myself myself. That's how it started. So what were some of your you know they did this thing called insight and it is writing about the grateful dead in nineteen eighty three he and then also discovering punk rock and then I started what became a big Zeenat was called chemical imbalance and that was also mixing underground comic culture and Literature and Music at the same time which had hadn't really been done and that became this like international thing and and you were self publishing this where you have like a lot of scenes back in the day where like literally xeroxed copies of articles and things typewritten and it started out that way but but quickly I befriended people who worked for print shops and they said look for the same amount of money we can make this a lot better. Yeah and then I moved got an art scholarship to NYU and was doing it Imprinting it like newsprint. And then later my the other Zine that I did when I had moved to the Pacific of North West there was like a book format and that was called Yeti and there were CDs and then later seven inches with with each issue Cool so the new magazine called called Maggot Brain House. Was that your proposal for the name. And how does the the name I was having trouble with and Ben Blackwell. WHO's the number two person person? There man came up with the name in not only obviously references the the amazing P funk record of the same name which has the Guitar Solo where legendarily League. George Clinton asked Eddie Hazel to play as if he just found out that his mother had died great but maybe but then found out. She's alive. I don't know something like that but it also oh in referencing a P funk record and being from Detroit and being sort of Zine it also has a little bit of resonance to something called Motor Booty which was was Great Detroit Fancy. Yeah my really bad. Dah Joke about it has been in another Twenty years another Zine can start but it can and be called let greatest hits or something after P P funk's greatest hits. It's not a good joke telling you when I first heard the news that this magazine was I launch. I kinda likened it I said you know is this like a vanity project that's being bankrolled by Jack White. With all due respect I mean I you know what you were talking about with third men record and they're sort of reverence for printed tactile goods and everything I mean you know. He's done a lot of cool things. I did some Christmas shopping at third man but I mean is that sort of fair away. Well it sure I mean. I'm really aware as I'm doing this that when I'm fact checking it I'm really fact checking it because I know that if we get anything wrong especially something like about some cool obscure band that the way it can resonate is Oh jack white white so stupid. He doesn't know of love and I really hope that that bit doesn't get excerpted and like played to him so I'm extra aware that a lot of people we're going to be seeing it and thinking of it that way so what that does for me is just really tries to a to make it as diverse as possible in every way and then also on point do you have a mandate like you. You have to make money by. I mean I don't expect you to divulge the inner business business meetings everything but I mean have they been like. It turned a profit by X.. Date or something like that. It's doing really well. And it's doing way better than they thought it was going going to in terms of subscriptions in terms of Individual sales and third man has put a lot behind it. The magazine Looks Beautiful. Yeah the quality of it and it's printed nil annoy it's not printed in Asia or something just being able to work with with really nice color and like it's still smells good like it still smells I do. I love that new printing smell deck talking about you know Zien Ze and sort of you know the third man's aesthetic you know kind of trying to bring back like tactile things you can hold in your hands read something from. I guess this is sort of like your letter from the editor more or less kind of what that is. What's really funny is they took at this and made it like they put it on the website and stuff? All I was trying to do. This is the only time I was trying to fill space and I just was ranting. Yeah about like print and stuff that I like and I'm GonNa read just like the first sentence of it along with the the headline it says long-lived Sprint we love you and promise to never ever have a real website I wanna come back to that a minute and then the first sentence reads. We are Maggot brain and we Miss Cigar smelling newsstands crammed with amazing publications.
"three men" Discussed on American Scandal
"To get Republican minority leader James to disco on the phone at the moment to disclose in his car driving to me. Yes governor senator. I need you at a press conference day. Ten Am ethics reform. It's eight AM governor. I'm in the car my way to a meeting. I can't cancel now. What's more important than ethics reform? That's when to disco shares chairs. The real reason he's not available all due respect governor. You completely cut me out of all the key meetings. Why do you need me now spitzer explodes CBS? I've done more in three weeks than any governor has done in the history of the state and I'm having enough trouble with the other goddamn legislative leaders. Just do what you're told or what's it's listen. I'm a fucking steamroller and I'll roll over you and anybody else. WHO GETS in my way? He hung up on. Jesus Christ you. While serving as the Attorney General Spitzer's outbursts were legendary. He was the sheriff of Wall Street and strong prosecutorial style was effective. He won a lot but staffers would often joke about his temper when his face reddened and his voice started to rise. They Call Him Irwin. Their name mm for spitzer's evil twin throwing his temper around with part of Spitzer strength. It worked a takedown financial titans and mob bosses. Why wouldn't they use the same tactics in Albany? But part of the plan is getting support from Republicans like the minority leader James to disco except Spitzer's urging sound a lot more like a threat. The Republicans are vulnerable. and He's told several of them to get on board or he'll bring power house Democrats into their districts in the next election cycle to run against them but to discos not biting he's a season lawmakers. Who knows how to get listening and he leaked Spitzer's comments to report but Spitzer likes just a tough guy image? He doesn't care. How many legislatures get their feelings hurt? He's gone goals. He's on a mission and nothing's going to stop.
"three men" Discussed on American Scandal
"In America. The foundation of democracy is based on a simple concept. One person one vote once elected. Our leaders are entrusted with making decisions based on what they promised to do. And what's best for the collective good Tau it's supposed to work yet. Throughout American can history ward bosses and politicians have gathered in secret under the haze of Cigar. Smoke men like boss. Tweed Tammy Hall Huey Long and Big Bill Thompson. Listen to make deals based on another rule I scratch your back and you scratch mine. In the summer of two thousand four the Brennan Center for Justice Justice released a study on the most dysfunctional state legislatures in the country. It wasn't Illinois or Louisiana at the top of the list. The most dishonest state capital in America. Erica was Albany New York in the last ten years more than thirty current and former elected officials from the state of New York have been indicted convicted sanctioned or accused political corruption is hardly unique but apparently Albany. Does it better than anyone else. What is it about? The New York state capital the drowns even the most idealistic politicians in a successful of corruption. And is it possible for a politician to change the culture in Albany or is it inevitable. The culture of Albany changes them. That's what we're exploring in this four part series New New York State of crime three years after the Brennan Studies published. Eliot Spitzer is the idealistic governor who has cleaned not financial corruption on Wall Street. As the state's attorney general he believes he can change the culture of Albany. The same way what. He doesn't know when you walk onto his first day of the job. Is that the fight. He's about to take on. We'll end not just in failure but in a political and very personal scandal and pretty soon the politicians who gleefully lethally watch spitzer fall will themselves be taken down one by one these men and they are incidentally all men who run Albany will fall like dominoes Joe Bruno Sheldon Silver Andenes. Gillis this is episode one three men in a room. It's it's New Year's Day two thousand seven Albany New York. The weather is gray and gloomy with freezing rain in the forecast but in the state capital the mood is anything but blooming. It's inauguration day for the fifty. Fourth Governor of the State of New York people have shown up from across the state to show their support the change. So many New Yorkers have I've been promise has finally arrived as the horns from twelve piece orchestra. Play a stately. Fanfare Eliot Spitzer makes his way down the majestic capital steps accompanied by his wife Sylva and their three daughters dressed in crisp reds whites at one. PM It's time Spitzer steps up to the podium in raises his right hand for the oath of office crowd titans or scarves and blow on their hands to ward off the cold but spitzer whereas only a suit jacket and tie as if to say a little weather can't diminish his cheesman. His smile is so big. Even the judge performing the rites can't help smiling back few would imagine that Spitzer's already had a long day. He was up at five for a morning jog in Washington Park where he was joined by more than one hundred fans by nine. Am He had signed five. Live executive orders all aimed at ethics reform in combating. New York's infamous corruption. Now here. He is reciting the same words that so many greats who have come before him as governor of New York have set Teddy Roosevelt. FDR Nelson Rockefeller Eliot Spitzer has been and given a lot in his life. His father is one of New York City's most successful real estate developers and Spitzer has had the best education money can buy I princeton then Harvard the kind of education that virtually guaranteed him a job at a prestigious law firm on track to a future partnership but Spitzer chose a different different road. He sees himself as a man of the people and he's devoted his life to public service specifically fighting crime social injustice and corruption. and He's good at it. To whom much is given much is expected. His mother told him often and he's adopted the ad now he's about to be given the keys to the highest highest political office in the State Spitzer looks hopeful determined stepping up to the podium to give his much rehearse Nog duration day speech. Happy New Year. And thanks to all of you. Intrepid New Yorkers and friends for joining us on this grey but glorious January day clear eyed and Confidence Spitzer speaks without notes he talks of the illustrious history of the state. New York's former greatness. He mentioned the word change several times times and then at nine minutes in he throws his first punch over the last decade. We have seen what can happen when our government stands still old in the face of great traveling and inevitable change in government that works for those who hold off as not goes who put them in there. Like Rip Van Winkle the legendary character created by the New York author Washington Irving New York has slipped through much of for the past decade while the rest of the world has passed us by sitting among the dignitaries in the audience is Republican Senate Majority Leader. Joe Bruno he's a first generation Italian American and there's a swagger to his style with his tan camel hair coat red silk scarf jeff and his full head of thick grey hair he looks more like a Mulberry Street. Ward boss than an Albany powerbroker next to him is the Assembly Speaker Sheldon silver whereas a black wool coat and a black hat worn to Russian. Immigrants Silver is a Democrat from Manhattan's lower east side and like most professional men from his neighborhood but he dresses conservatively informally known as Shelley. And Joe they are the two most powerful men in state government after the governor they have been adversaries for more than twenty years. Although the old saying about keeping your friends close and your enemies closer was not lost on either of them in reality they are neither friends snore enemies they are simply to men with immense power who've had no choice but to recognize and respect the power the other holes both come. I'm from working. Class roots both rose to power and prominence through sheer determination and will both have heard more than a few inaugural speeches in their thirty years of governance events together but never have they heard one like this and Bruno doesn't like it turns the silver scowling. He's talking about us. Silver is an exactly please either but in typical fashion. He's inscrutable. Stare straight ahead. He's just puffing his chest up. Joe Draw like this at first. The man's been governor for less than ten minutes and already he's throwing US under the boss. So we'll take the subway easy for you to say. Your side is on the upswing. He's not after your see and to think I actually. Actually you still like the guy. He sent me a Christmas card this year. For Christ's sake. I wouldn't wait by the mailbox next Christmas Joe. Bruno isn't much on patients and he's pissed before the election spitzer swore they would run together. Said Bruno's problems would be with silver. Not Him what Bruno understood that to mean was that they had packed. Bruno would allow Spitzer to govern and Spitzer would allow Bruno to keep his majority quid pro. Oh clo- you scratch my back. I'll scratch yours. That's how it works in Albany but then before he even took office Spitzer pull the fast. Uh he appointed a republican state. Senator Michael Balboni to head up the Office of Homeland Security leaving his seat vacant Balboni. That guy wouldn't have even run if Bruno hadn't convinced him and now his seat is open. A seat traditionally held by a Republican but with this new wave of Democrats. There's no guarantee it will stay that way. When the special election comes around Bruno knows in his gut that Spitzer purposely appointed Republican senator to vacate a seat so he could get another Democrat into the Senate this is not politics as usual? This is a personal affront. Spitzer is clearly gunning for him and if he thinks he's going to put a Democrat in that seat he's got another thing coming that's his territory. This is about survival and what Spitzer has failed to grasp is that he can't get anything done without Dan. Rutz help there are three keys to the kingdom and he and silver whole two of them on day one. Everything changes was one of Spitzer's. Catch your campaign slogans. And he's ready to make it come true. He has an ambitious agenda. He intends to accomplish and he's going to start with something big ethics reform. He wants to send a clear message to the voters and lawmakers he did not come to Albany to play. DISC governor means business but while shelley and Joe might play along at first each of them holds near absolute power of their chambers and rule. ooh like strict no nonsense headmasters they tell their respective parties how to vote on legislation and Hutu. Back for what they're not about to give up all that power not without a fight. They wield their power the old fashioned way with money namely giant chunk of taxpayer cash in the amount of two one hundred million dollars written right into the budget under a line called Community Projects Fund also known as member items member. Item sounds a lot better than pork. Which is essentially what it is doled out in secret? Bruno and silver can spread the money around any way they see fit the faster. A legislator waxes tail the bigger the allocation failed to do what leadership asks and you may not be invited back to Albany and all but within the first two weeks of January governor Spitzer announces a new plan for how the member items will be distributed in an ethics reform bill and it will no longer be in secret now. Each dollar dollar amount will be listed as a line item in the budget with the name of the recipient available for the public to see and must be approved by the governor. It's all part of his plan to make Albany for transparent Joe. Bruno actually pledges his support of the ethics reform. As long as the reforms are announced as a joint effort. He knows how to play this game. He can look like he's playing by the Sheldon silver agrees and says he'll be happy to make the announcement himself. He knows good press on when he sees one. The three of them appear together smiling for reporters. The Governor the Assembly Speaker in the State Senate majority leader. Usually it's these three power positions behind closed doors today. They're publicly pledging. Mutual respect cooperation and transparency parents. It's a bleak winter day toward the end of January Eliot Spitzer is preparing for an important press conference tells else's aid.
"three men" Discussed on American Scandal
"New York City November seventh two thousand six. It's election night at the Sheraton Hotel now. The inside the grand ballroom. The war of the crowd is deafening. Democrats of just swept the state elections sending Hillary Clinton back to the US Senate for her Second Term Andrew Cuomo into the position of State Attorney General. But tonight it's the man who won the race for Governor of New York State that people want to hear from just forty seven years. Old Eliot Spitzer is the democratic. Party's new golden boy. This confirm people value values and judgment but today was not a victory of one candidate Moore one party the optimists. Whoever home didn't dream of a resurgent New York aggressive ambitious and charming Spitzer has a gleaming resume as the tough attorney general who battled corruption on Wall Street? He's a hero to New York voters owners. Who put him into office with a whopping sixty nine percent of the vote? The Democratic National Committee is even eyeing him as a possible presidential candidate and Spitzer has done nothing to discourage them but tonight Spitzer is on a mission some might call it crusade. New York state government has been declared the most dysfunctional in the country by the NYU law center or as one assemblyman. Put it more colorfully. It's a cesspool of corruption fraud. Bribery Racketeering Larceny Larceny burglary and lapses of ethics are just a few of the charges that have driven more than a dozen politicians from office under a shadow of shame in the past ten years but Eliot Spitzer has vowed to change all that he will force the government to work for the people of New York again just as it was intended to tonight marks a turning point for New York state and sounds a death knell for business as usual in Albany. Changes finally arrived with the election of Eliot Spitzer starting morning on day one at least according to Eliot Spitzer but tomorrow when we wake up it will be time to leave. The Future Star. Aren't new togethers the game for the state of your. Meanwhile Wile Joe Bruno has been watching election returns from the tranquility of his hundred twenty five Acre thoroughbred horse farm in upstate New York. Bruno is the Republican Senate majority leader the state's most powerful Republican and his mood is somber. Sure he's won reelection to his seat but this was no surprise. He's held his see for thirty years and election night. These days amounts to nothing more than a rubber-stamp Chamber Bruno rules has also maintained a slim Republican majority. But this was no surprise either. Republican Party has controlled the state Senate for two decades but the landslide election of democratic governor is a bitter pill for Joe Bruno. I'm not swallow. Special will be the first democratic governor of the State in twelve years almost where we stand right now because it is the story of the night the Democrats have gained in control of the House of Representatives needed. Bruno gets up. From his recliner clicks off the returns with an aide enters the room holding a phone senator Senator Bruno. There's a reporter from the New York Post Online. He wants to know if you wanna make a comment about Spitzer's win not. Even the POS can print comment. I'd like to me all right. I'll tell him no comment. They call the new governor. Let's get it over with. Bruno has a bad feeling in his belly about Eliot Spitzer he knows time big talker. Who thinks he's going to muscle in and dictate? How things are going to run in Albany but that's not how Albany operates Bruno fakes enthusiasm as he gets on the phone search him? Mr Governor elect I guess. Congratulations are in order. Bruno's a former boxer Korean War vet. He survived plenty of fights with democratic. Governors and so-called recalled ethics. Watchdogs is Spitzer is spoiling for a fight. You'll give him what Joe. Bruno has no way of knowing how bruised and bloody that fight. You'll leave them. Both American scandal is sponsored by mail chimp so you want to grow your business now now what well there are things that could work. But here are some that don't wishing and hoping complaining blaming market forces no growth means new customers. I and new customers means new marketing male chimps new all in one marketing platform is the best way to manage more of your marketing activities from one place so you can mark it smarter order and grow faster you don't need separate email automation. CRM scheduling and list management tools male chimps. All in one marketing platform gives you everything and you need to create publish manage and measure multichannel campaigns and then collect Organiz understand and act on all your audience data. 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"three men" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"In which he said quotes. There are no vital and significant forms of art. There is only art and precious little of that just just as literary class distinctions are more important in the movie than in the book class in general is a more significant issue in the film. One aspect aspect of this difference is the transformation of the key witness from a nondescript neighbor of Harry's to the porter of his building. When the novellas Kerala Martin's becomes indirectly responsible for the neighbors death. Our distress is minimal because neither of these two characters is is particularly sympathetic but when holly inadvertently causes the villains to murder the porter the Patriots the situation is intensified acidified not only by the appeal of both characters but by the fact that the victim is a of a lower class than the man who unwittingly brings about his death. This becomes a part of HOLLIES UNINTENTIONAL AMERICAN ARROGANCE. He brings destruction down on the heads of the little people in pursuit suit a larger cause and this theme becomes especially pronounced in the movie because of the presence of an actual little person murdered porter's son yet. The use of the child in the third man is far from sentimental. The most eerie scene of the film is the one one in which the little boy followed by a crowd of Viennese neighbors chases holly and Anna down the street yelling Papa Papa. The child is is no Dickensian wave. He is a primitively judgmental figure a wizened little old man who has watched from below as the two to adult yell at each other he looks at things from down there with a distorted but piercing vision when the camera takes his viewpoint as it does during holly's disagreement with the porter the world takes on a dislocated and frightening intensity and this boy is powerful beyond his size or even his awareness with his cry of Papa and toddling pursuit of the American he makes both holly and the crowd feel. That holly is guilty of murder. The child is a projection of many things hollies conscience the neighbors distrust of foreigners the very strangeness and Mystery of Post War. VN even the camera during the scene when the boy chases holly views the child as a projection a giant shadow thrown against a wall by the street lights. If the child is a shadow is in some for death itself he is also a version of Harry Lime his shadow on the wall and the sound of his little footsteps echoing down the street are almost identical to the sights and sounds of harys Harry's flight from holly several scenes later the blown up shadow could be a man's and the child even resembles Orson Welles with that round smooth face and those big staring is conversely one might say that Harry Lime resembles a child and Anna Schmidt says that that very thing when she tells holly that Harry is a boy who never grew up of course this phrase could describe holly as well and in a certain incense Harry Lime Holly Martins and the porters nameless little boy or all versions of the same character it is the figure of destructive innocence of childhood as death that marches through all of Graham Greene's works the irony is that it took Carol Reed's needs midwifery to deliver this death child from its embryonic form in grams script to turn the movie of the third man into one of Graham Graham Greene's most characteristic novels and ease through its faithfulness to the obsessions that ground Graham Greene's work. The the third man becomes such an acute reflection on the various meanings of the underground. Now it's time for.
"three men" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"Our film. This week is the third man which was directed by Carol Reed and was released in nineteen forty nine the third man stars Joseph Cotten Orson Welles and Valley American pulp. The Western writer Holly Martins played by Joseph cotten arrives in postwar Vienna seeking his childhood friend Harry Lime play by Orson Welles who has offered him a job upon arrival he discovers that lime was killed while crossing the street just hours earlier by a speeding truck. Martins attends headlines funeral where he needs to British army police officers sergeant pain a fan of Martin's pulp novels and his superior major Calloway who says line was a criminal and suggest Martins leave town an official of the British occupying forces approaches Martin's requesting that he gave a lecture lecture and offering to pay for his lodging viewing this as an opportunity to clear his best friend's name. Martin's decides to remain in Vienna at a meeting with limes best friend Baron Kurz Kurz tells Martins that after the accident he and another friend carried the dying lime to the side of the street lime lime asked Kurtz and his other friend to take care of Martin's and Anna Schmidt played by valley lines actress girlfriend to learn more. Martin goes to to see Anna at the theater where she is performing. She suggests Harry's death may not have been accidental. They questioned the porter at Lime's apartment building who claims that lime died immediately mmediately and it was carried off the street by someone else in addition to lines to friends. Martins berates the porter for not being more forthcoming with the police about what what he knows concern for his family safety the Puerto indignantly tells Martins not to involve him the police searching Anna's flat for evidence later find and confiscate viscous her forged passport and detain her later. The Puerto secretly offers Martins more information but is murdered before their arranged meeting when Martins arrives CBS unaware of the murder a young boy recognizes him as having argued with the porter earlier and points this out to the gathering bystanders who become hostile and and mob like later callaway again advises Martins to leave Vienna but Martins refuses and demands that lime's death be investigated calloway reluctantly reveal that lime had been stealing penicillin from military hospitals and selling it on the black market diluted so much that many patients died calloway's evidence evidence convinces Martin's disillusioned. He agrees to leave Vienna. Martins visits Anna to say goodbye and finds that she also knows of lines misdeeds but but that her feelings toward him are unchanged she tells him she is to be deported but upon leaving her flat he notices someone watching from a dark doorway. A neighbor's light window briefly reveals the person to be in fact Harry Lime who flees ignoring Martin's calls Martin Summons Calloway Calloway who deduces that lime had escaped through a newspaper Kiosk connected to the city's sewers the British police immediately zoom lime's coffin and discover that the body is that of Joseph Harbin an orderly who stole penicillin for lime and was reported missing after turning informant calloway asked Martin's to help lure lime out to capture him mm-hmm and Martins agrees asking for Anna safe conduct out of the in exchange and refuses to leave and remains loyal to lime exasperated rated Martin's decides to leave but changes his mind after calloway shows Martin's the children who are victims of Lime's diluted penicillin brain damaged as a result salt meningitis lime sneaks out for his rendezvous with Martin's but and that still loyal to him arrives warned him off just in time he tries to escape escaped through the sewers but the police are there in force lime shoots and kills Sergeant Paine but calloway shoots and wounds live badly injured lime drags himself up a ladder to a street grading exit but cannot lift it. Martin's picks up pains revolver follows line reaches him but hesitates a shot is then heard erred later. Martins attends lime's second funeral at the risk of missing his flight out of Vienna Martin's weights in the cemetery to speak to Anna. She approaches him from a distance yes and walks past ignoring him. The third man had a box office total of just over one point one million dollars and adjusted for inflation. That's a box office of just just under twelve million dollars. The third man was nominated for Three Academy Awards winning one. The film was nominated for best editing thing. Carol Reed was nominated for best director and Robert Kraft Skar won the award for Best Black and white cinematography now old man. It's time for our feature presentation as anyone who sees he's a lot of movies has undoubtedly noticed the underground chase. Scene is a key element in thriller films. The thriller film which most fully fully investigates the various meanings of the underground is Carol Reed's the third man in part. This is because it builds on the work of a novelist Graham Greene who is particularly interested in exploring various depths unconscious motives deep spiritual convictions and hidden political and personal treasuries heart of darkness settings and so on for green. The underground world of thrillers is barely barely differential from the everyday world of reality. The Novella of the third man which green wrote to prepare himself for the screenplay is a far more prosaic work than the film that finally emerged to a bare bones story of intrigue in postwar Vienna the Director Director and the screenwriter jointly added most of the dimensions that make the movie a powerful exploration of the underground. What Carol Darrelle Redid in collaboration with green himself was to turn the third man into a full blown movie equivalent of the richest Graham Greene Green novels one of the key differences between the Novella and the movie. Is the alteration in the central character. Holly Martins Holly played by Joseph of cotton is the focal point of the film the perceiver of its events virtually no scene takes place in which he is not an actor or a witness. The Novella on the other hand is narrated by Major Calloway and the main character is named Rallo not holly more importantly accordingly the original. Martin's was an Englishman rather than an American. It is impossible to imagine a British holly Martins a character who is the a quintessential green figure of the innocent destroyer the naive believer in goodness who because he cannot fully Comprehend Evil Vol unwittingly becomes its instrument Holly Pursuing Truth and justice leaves behind him a wake of death and destruction he he is so naive that he gives away his knowledge about the third man to precisely the wrong people those who have already denied there was such a man an and in doing so seals the death warrant of his informant yet. The character played with the full force of Joseph Cotton's. Charm is extremely appealing making it possible for us to see why even the sophisticated manipulative Harry. Lime liked this ognjen. You knew this believer in loyalty and decency the name. Hollywood itself is both ridiculous and sweet. What a silly name says Anna Schmidt at one point and yet she confuses it with her beloved Harry such confusions as well as the many connotations of innocence inherent perent in the name Christmas holly a girl's name Holly would not have been possible with the original name Rallo from the novella though they eight now seem essential to the movie's plot the shift to Holly's view of the story represents a significant shift in the premise of the work mark when major calloway narrates the Novella Harry Lime is a despicable though somewhat clever criminal and Martin's his ignorant defender is is rather a sleazy weasley man with a reputation for cruelty to women and a strong streak of vulgarity but when Rallo turned holly takes over the narration Calloway who becomes the irritating character thus we are set up from the beginning to oppose the cops and side with the criminal and though holly eventually switches sides this early allegiance sticks with us making lines ultimate death far more disturbing are being than in the book like many other thrillers. The film of the third man encourages a certain confusion in regard to the relative roles of cops and criminals pursuer and pursued so that we are likely to find ourselves identifying with the wrong characters the camera Emma does a great deal to assist in this confusion in the famous sewer senior the end of the movie where Harry is finally cornered and killed the camera itself intermittently takes on Harry's vision at one point. We saw cops running down a tunnel toward us at another we see them. Facing facing us from above as Harry tries to climb out of the sewer earlier we have been set up to identify with a fleeing man when Holly Escapes Gapes from the villains backstage after his lecture the spiral staircase that Martin's runs up in that scene is almost a mirror image of the one that Harry runs down into the sewer and seen from directly below as the camera views it during the chase holly staircase actually looks like a downward spiral into a pit but during the final chase scene the camera is fickle it doesn't remain consistently on Harry side shifting away occasionally only to view him from a distance just after he kills sergeant pain his most unsympathetic onscreen action Harry tries to crawl out sewers through a manhole and we look from above as his fingers emerged from the grid white grubs crawling out of the ground colorless worms that prey on the dead and our last vision of Harry alive as his face expresses what could be either a prayer for perseverance appearance or a request for a sudden death is from Holly's viewpoint just before holly shoots him. This is the final step in the equation waged between Holly and Harry Between Innocence and evil for in wiping out the evil holly to becomes a murderer the third man man harps obsessively on notions of death burial depths and descent the first vision we have of the mysterious Harry Lime lime or rather the first vision we think we have of him is of his coffin being lowered into the grave even before this holly arrives at Harry's flat to learn from the port that his friend is already gone already inhale says the porter pointing upward or in heaven pointing downward one word the initial confusion between Heaven and hell up and down reappears towards the end of the movie when Harry and holly sit suspended in a ferris wheel carriage swinging high above the streets surrounded entirely by carnival rides that only spin in circles the bird's eye view of reality is in fact hollies primitive glimpse of hell the people reduced to mere dots on the landscape and Harry boasting carelessly of his crimes with the suggestion that he might be about to kill Martin's as well. This scene is Harry at his most cynical. They talk about the people and the proletariat he says of politicians. I talk about the suckers the mugs it's the same thing there's there's very much a better to reign in hell than serve in heaven tone to his speech and indeed to this whole scene despite the fact that Satan's lines were spoken from far below while Harry delivers his from on high the film contains repeated references to Holly's activity of digging things up or getting to the bottom of things from major calloway's point of view. This digging is harmful well and even dangerous to holly's remark as soon as I get to the bottom of this. I'll catch the next plane. Calloway responds deaths at the bottom of this Mr Martens Martin's deaths at the bottom of everything holly snappy reaction to that is might if I use that line in my next Wester however the the digging metaphor appears to be contagious for later in the film after Holly has discovered that Harry Lime is still alive. Calloway says we should have dug deeper than the grave he and his men then proceed in fact to dig up Harry's body and discovered the body of Joseph Harbin instead Ed. If the region beneath the earth represents death alone to callaway it represents both escape and death for Harry in the course of the movie. Maybe this underworld black marketeer vanishes underground four times wants through deception in the body of Harbin once in the middle of a Plaza Waza when holly follows him from outside and it's flat again into the sewers after Holly has lured him to the cafe and finally into the grave itself. Holly's remark about using Calloway's line his next western invokes yet another kind of underground the subterranean world of trashy trashy literature in the third man literary status is presented as a class issue rather than merely equality issue the cockney sergeant pain is a fan of hollies novels while the Upper Class Englishman who runs the local literary society has never heard of it it is this class distinction among other things that makes Barron Curtis fulsome praise of hollies novels sound so ridiculous one simply it does not carry a lapdog under one arm and a trashy Western under another in Greens novella the confusion about Holly Martins Literary Status Status comes through a case of mistaken identity. A famous writer with the same surname as Martin's pen name was in fact expected by the Literary Society -Ociety the twist that leads to the confusion in the movie the literary people are embarrassed to admit that they haven't heard of holly Martins since they can't imagine agenda writer who is not there sort of high class novelist is both much simpler and much more telling it makes the pretentiousness of literary literary pigeonholing all the more obvious holly acknowledges the existence of such distinctions but like Graham Greene with his entertainments admits he is some what resentful of their implications that this desire to separate genres stems from the same impulse that separates classes classes is clear not only in the third man but in other works by Green as well of course what the Western or the thriller is to the novels of James Joyce. The Thriller Movie Has Traditionally Been To the serious film. A connection Holly emphasizes when he says that his next ex- book will be called in fact the third man for the title of this projected piece of pulp fiction to be the same as the fat of the movie itself Places Carol Reed's allegiance clearly on the side of the subterranean genre meanwhile forcing us to seek out semblances Amblin says of ourselves in the high minded audience that attends hollies lecture the very idea of a category called film noir her of which the third man is now a classic example is really hysterically funny perversion a fancy French brand name imposed on a popular thriller form to assure us that this entertainment is really art. Read is amused but also miffed that this film should be subjected to this kind of snobbish scrutiny. His retort voiced in Holly's remark is the equivalent of Raymond Chandler's defense of the detective story.
"three men" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"How'd he actually got in training at a younger age? So just like imagine how great he could have been with that. Yeah. Least favorite scene. Just because it's sad. I hated whenever Rudy went back into his room and discovered all of his climbing things gone. And how his uncle was like, well, I can use the rope. And I can use the pick because I'm an I'm a guide. So he just gets these things. And then he just went and sold the shoes. I mean, thankfully, Lisbeth is the one who bought them, but like had enough in the case that would have just been a really crappy thing to do. It's low that's low my least favorite character is that that guy that. Katherine myers. Just because I don't know the whole time. I just got like a really bad. I think you're supposed to like a really bad feeling from him. Like, this guy doesn't have as hard in. It the way the people do. Yeah. He's just there for the fame and glory. He doesn't care about Rudy's passion. And they like this is kind of like growing moment for him. Like, this is huge. This is the chance for him to prove himself not to I think like not just everybody else. But also to himself. I really am. I father son, you know, right someone he looks up to so much wants to fill those shoes. But least seen. I don't know. I don't know if it's because I've got tired or whatever. But I kinda got really lost on the story when they were all in a big group together on the mountain. And I don't know if that's just me like, we're climbing this. Yeah. I don't know if there was just like too many. I just couldn't grasp the story at the time. Like, I need to watch it again for me personally. Meg clearly grasp it all. And she was just she loved it. Which is great. But I'll need to there were like quite a few different angles going on. Yeah time, and I don't know. I just couldn't it was just hard like Uber following the captain and the goal and you were following the guide and the refunding Rudy. And yeah, yeah..
"three men" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"And the attraction was up and running back home months before the film even opened and remains an iconic attraction at. At the impart. Also, fun fact that shout out to our listener Caitlyn who just told us that she happened to be at Disneyland for one of the anniversary of this movie, and they had somebody climbing the Matterhorn there like for the anniversary, which is kind of cool. And also, I don't think that this has happened in a really long time. But they used to have like Mickey climb the mountain. I'm pretty sure I remember you telling me that. Yeah. That's pretty crazy. Yeah. That's that's scary difficult. Yeah. Got some little shoes. All right. So some fun facts there wasn't too much to pool, unfortunately, but I got some stuff. So the Matterhorn was an actual set location and actors and crew were required to climb the summit for filming. So to prepare for the role James MacArthur who plays Rudy joined his co stars for a two week. Crush course in mountaineering in the Swiss Alps talk about pressure. Yeah. Many of them became so proficient that they perform some of their own stunts MacArthur said they had some really fine Swiss mountain climbers doing some scaling in the mountains that was behind my skills, but can anikin the director had me hanging over three thousand foot drops. Nope. No, thank you watching this film, both Katie. And I like looked at each other. And we're like people do this for fun. It's not my thing, man. Ooh. It just makes my stomach drop. I can't handle it. Yeah. Janet Munro who is fresh from derby Gill in the little people. She played Katie the daughter of Darby was cast as MacArthur's supportive sweetheart. Also did her own fair share of climbing. According to director anikin she was the one who would do anything while the young leads escaped unscathed. James Donald who plays MacArthur's ankle fell eighteen feet and injured himself. According to some press materials. Ouch. Yeah. The. James MacArthur, Janet, Munro and director Ken mannequin would all re team the following year Swiss family Robinson. So we're going to get to that later on and pod Mus. James MacArthur, made this film during summer break from Harvard University where he was studying history another reason to like him my God make such a fan of that. Him the book's author James Ramsay omen. He makes an unbuilt cameo. Among the extras to you know, like where when I don't remember that is on Beld. Yeah. Not sure interesting. But he's sitting there there were dancers and singers from the volition villages of seer and sign up and they were brought in to perform often -tic folk, dances and music for the festival seems wearing their own costumes for the film. So here's really authentic that part of the film. Yeah. Here's what once again being as truly can to like the place the setting story, which we always really appreciate. The citadel mountain in the film doesn't actually exist. The Matterhorn stands in for it. And the real Matterhorn was only skilled for the first time in eighteen sixty five which is a year before this film is set. So that's kind of cool that is cool. So as you're talking about before. It was pretty dangerous to film this movie. So for the more dangerous and spectacular climbing scenes producer, Bill Anderson. Secured the services of a famed alpine climber and mountain guide. Guest stone Rabuka right Bufa riba. He's the first man to climb all six of the great north faces of the Alps which include includes the Matterhorn, so he was mountain unit director, so the camera team had to haul movie quick -ment up the summit of the Matterhorn and back on their backs in sixty pound backpacks making it quite a challenging climb and making even more treacherous than it already was so for the more intimate scenes with the stars. The mountain locations were recreated on London sound stage with paintings by Peter Ellen Shaw. Who provide a breathtaking backdrop really love him me too. Because if you don't know, you don't know, right. You don't even notice I'm starting to catch on more. But like only because of this podcast on this. Like, I I wouldn't be able to point them out. Nearly as often if like we didn't know that he did it so often. Yeah. Like sometimes I'll catch myself like that was. Was pain? All right. I for characters we have Rudy. He is the infamous James MacArthur. Quite dashing who dream very me. Love his hair now is hair better in this one. Or in the lighten forest this one. I had to shave sides come on..
"three men" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"I was like, wait. He doesn't. All twenty three. I actually prepared a thirty second. Isn't it? Be would like to grab a stop watch over their show off. No makes me feel better. Okay. Go Rudy the dishwasher when a passion for the mound. He wants to be a guide like his late father determined to conquer the mountain who defeated his father. He disregards his mother's pleas and joint famous clamor for training redefines what he always knew was father secret path. But can't he make it to the top? No. Sixteen seconds. All right. To read some history. Third in the mountain is from nineteen Fifty-nine. It was directed by Ken anikin and starred Michael Rennie and James MacArthur. It was during the golden age of alpine ISM than its plot concerns. Young Swiss man who conquers the mountain that killed his father. It is based on banner in the sky James Ramsay almanac. Level about the first ascent of the citadel and was televised under this name. So the film was made on location in Switzerland with guest on rebel fought as the head of the mountain second unit photography the film was shot in the summer of nineteen fifty eight in Vermont, Switzerland, located at the base of the Alps, and this was a location that was familiar with from his ski trips is very good skiing out there. The studio. Portions of the film were done in London. The extraordinary difficulty of making this film on the Matterhorn was chronicled in the perilous assignments episode of Walt Disney presents I would watch love to watch that. Because this is your new obsession will this was one of those. So like, you know, whenever you watch those videos on YouTube of guys like climbing things that are really tall, and it gives you anxiety. I felt that watching this watching like climb the mountain seemed like a super dangerous thing to film. I don't know how they did it. It was out of that. So third man on the mound opened to good reviews. It was the sort of high altitude thrills to send the viewer cowering deepen his seat in the sort of moving drama to put him on the edge of it that described you, exactly. Yeah. On the couch that was from variety while the New York Times wrote, the dramatic development is simple. The sentiments are noble and true in the mountain climbing action is daring convincing and rough on the nerves, but it was disappointing at the box office. So nonetheless, it was reportedly one of.