18 Burst results for "Tim Heidegger"

"tim heidegger" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

04:56 min | 6 d ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Moon base. Aid was fun man. It was absolute blast. I mean you. John c reilly of fred amerson. Those guys were unbelievable. Just absolutely unbelievable. Tim heidegger day. Every single one of them had their own personality and who they were but they all messed so well you see there. Were friends off off off camera which made their interactions on camera so much better and And they were just true professionals and they held me feel comfortable in a world where i did not feel to. Countable is probably the first time. I was really shy on cameraman. I wanna go from this moon. Bay saint washing machine conversation of turn it back a little bit to The day after the super bowl and get to the beginning of your off season this past off season you disappeared for a while. Suddenly you appeared on. Nfl lives on espn. And i'm like oh. Finally we get to see travis kelsey but we've seen it off seasons before where you're active on social media you are popping on interviews here and there. This was a little bit of a different offseason for you. Where did you go first of all. And how did you go through that process of getting over that loss Well the biggest thing is. I didn't want to let anybody think different you know i was. I was embarrassed by that loss. You know. I didn't want anybody to think that i just you know moved on. Life is good all gravy baby and it. It's it wasn't you know i i was very. I was very pissed off in myself. In how i went out there and played in the biggest stage in the world and You know i take that to heart. And i immediately turn it into motivation and working harder and getting better at the game of football and you know that's where we're at right now. You know as off season of that a lot of fire right here in the pit of bit of my heart right now that i that i got to keep showing the world that we are who who everyone thinks we are. And that's dominant force on the football field. We did get to see you on. Espn again last night. Espn two with the manning brothers. What did you enjoy about that in. Let's be conservative or liberal. Whatever you wanna call. Let's say fifteen years down the line is that something may be That you might wanna get into post career. I mean pain. Eli made it made. It be made feel easy. Made it feel like it was a it wasn't worth man so if it feels like that i could definitely see myself getting into it but those guys like i said they make it look easy there so professional and just so used to be in themselves on camera and they're easy easy going with the media and all that it's just It was cooling. It was a fun experience to jump on there. Talk to him about football. And it kinda here. Some of the in and outs on on on the game at what made them so great and one point you thought you're playing the chargers next week this something we'll travis kelsey in season is just so locked in day by day that you kinda just go one one thing at a time. He just try to win win that day. What what went into that. I think i always Mondays are off day. So i always take twenty four hours. Just enjoy the win. Before i get onto anything else. I think that that break Is much needed. Every you're going to have to get into the facility right after a game in you in the recovery room. Getting ice tubs. When the body isn't feeling great. But i was feeling pretty. Good so i just you know i was enjoying the win and when they asked me who we played next week. I just had a new way. The chargers early. I knew we played ball temporarily but i couldn't put together the fact that he was asking me the question because labor ravens next week and i freeze over my head off frees up sometimes out the american century golf tournament and man we ask you ad nauseam. You probably get sick of about relationship with patrick mahomes. So i'm gonna ask you in another direction. What was it like to play with justin timberlake and get to not man tennessee kid. Maybe i'll tell you what my been such a fan of jt and just an admire of his his approach life. You know he's always seems to be you know backing and and helping the right. Bright people are doing the right things and then on top of that. He's making fire music single time. He drops an album. So i i was. I was lucky enough to see him live and in concert out in. La a few years ago and got to meet them Through the the american century and in going and seeing them in concert it's just been it's been cool relationship built over the years through through me just appreciating who he is in me getting being grown up now and him actually seeing me. Do some things that That he can appreciate but nothing but nothing but but a whole bunch of fun on the golf course man. It's gotta be a wildlife. I know that like your boy left. Go got into it. Playing beer pong with post malone and now getting to golf with justin timberlake. It's gotta be. I'm sure pretty surreal. I mean you are very very talented at your craft has ever become normal that you're getting to interact with some of these people that you thought. Maybe you would never interact with as you were growing up without a doubt without a doubt. I think it's mo- mostly at the american century..

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"He could have been now I mean. He certainly is. In that position. Look at. WHO's another one? There's another one that got just re recently I'm blanking on rested comedian got arrested for speaking honesty onstage you got arrested and the guy would never seen him again he's often underground somewhere I don't know what's going on with that can't remember his name. KRISTA Leah not him. Have you in any way number but whatever there's a lot of a lot of comedy guys are getting arrested for saying what they think. We ask you what give me an example of how you've been censored. Well. I can give an exaggeration or an example, a hypothetical. If you I could give you like a this is GonNa happen if you aren't. That's okay. Let's start with that. That would be interesting to hear. So let's say I do the train chunk. Did for you guys out there. And then Joe Biden and whatever her name is. Harris says. You can't be making funded Amtrak. Amtrak is a government. Instituted Government Agency and WE'RE GONNA. then. You say you're if you say that joke on stage, you're going to jail. I mean that's sick. That's spooky. And that's an interesting hypothetical but Let me see if I could add to that hypothetical. I am also a famous a civil rights attorney and I step in and do pro Bono work for you and I fight that Oh, and you you're you're fine. Well that could it could get out that way, but I don't know or or. Or maybe aliens come from outer space and are able to put some type of protective cone around you so that even though they try and take you off the stage, they can't because they run into a like an invisible force field that they can't penetrate. They don't know what it is because it's from an aliens, right? Well. That's pretty creative and. You get you get a lot of you get a lot of mileage on your show by being. You know you've got producers in your ear telling you what to say and everything, and that's fine but I'm by myself here and I. Am totally by myself here. To fetig. It is it is pathetic salmon and you know I have a lot of I've all sorts of people here. We're having a lot of good a lot of fun. Well, this is really exciting. For you I mean it's hard because I'm I'm always looking like Oh should I say that if I say this, if I say that I'm going to get in ascending to Guantanamo, sent sent down as a political prisoner but I still do it because what else can I do accept speak truth and I'm a truth teller and you'll see it all tonight and maybe tonight's special hair and that's the last you ever see me I'll get taken out doesn't mean air it's just going to play on Youtube right? It's be just the way it's on Netflix. Netflix, special same kind of cameras were used in the filming and it's a lot of people think may be better special than it would have been if it was on Netflix if it was enough, it would have been it would have been canceled by now. Is that video cameras when you say the same kind of cameras, laser video, netflix's cameras there can't they're the pro cameras so Professional Camera. There you go and sound though is there a time that it's going to be honors? It just sort of like show up whenever it's six PM Pacific Nine PM Eastern. Eight. PM Central time so that it'll premiere then and then it'll be eh there and it'll be available to anybody with it if you have a youtube subscription or an account. It's real. It makes they make it really easy. Aside from that you have on youtube all sorts of other things you've got Jock. Jacques Pepin cooking guy has a thing going on on Youtube and. All the greatest American hero you remember the greatest American Hero TV, show old episodes of that her on a lot of stuff on youtube right now it's actually great venue great platform for comedy and for entertainment pretty hard to get get your stuff on there I. Guess. In terms of upload it's several hours for high-quality. Upload Yeah. And it could fail the upload could fail if you lose Internet connection there's a lot of. Obstacles on the way I would imagine fiber if you need a fiber connection so. Anything else. I think that's probably it but I hope this has been a better experience view than than frankly I had on your show. I'm sorry you know what do you mean? Essentially a fruit basket I'll send you a fruit basket sale singer and edible arrangements. That's actually for. People actually do stuff like that. When they WANNA say they're me say I'm so sorry that you had a bad time on my show. Well, it wasn't just I had a bad time. I was given a hard time and I didn't appreciate that but I understand this. Neymar. New and you're doing your best. So I'm more thank you said work on that office. Office hours live. So thank you, Tim, Heidegger Spielberg's going by the way because it's an infringement of copyright, the majority report there's already a movie called the majority report that he may with Tom Cruise, look it up. You're in trouble big trouble actually going to be the one to push for that. Thanks to him. Good luck. Have a good weekend. K Dick Novel about I am by everybody. Okay and there you go. I see, he's stolen my content to. I'm sorry about that folks. I'm sorry but. I don't know how to extend a peace offering. Yeah I was. I. was hoping that Tim would get it. And understand how you're supposed to treat To treat gas when they come on the show, but apparently, he doesn't.

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"My favorite is I mean I guess it's like it's probably where wine where it is. It's where you get the break of Lillian like. That where she managed, she's like especially when they go and they bleach there'd be a bleaching inside. It's a great moment. That's right I did it. And she tries to get the dog and she's like, no, you don't take the dog. You don't get a puppy for me. It's the It's the futility of rage. Yes and I think wolf as someone who's done that well, like empty. Futile rage is so hilarious. It's Anne trying to punch the cookie she can't falls over on her. Trying to push the fountain over she can't she slips down it's like she's not even GonNa be mad you know. That's such a good job get talking about that. Does this movie pass the Bechtel it dies. Here's why it really does. It mostly passes the Bechtel because it actually fails the reverse Bechtel tests. Okay. Any two men ever speak to each other me so mad. About that? So it's a really lovely although I did see some people. There's a whole Alison Bechtel. The test is you have to have to named women who talk to each other about something besides, and there are people who still wanted to say this failed because they're like, well, they're always talking about the wedding and it's like. I mean she could have been married lady like ended manner during and Doug is such a Tim Heidegger such as small part of this right this was never really about the men. So yeah, you know to add to that like I saw a lot of contention about like is feminist movie. Did you watch this and you think what? I'll tell you what I think as a guy just watching with. Nothing invested in this like in that respect I think a lot of these movies like like bridesmaids or like White Panther? They have to because it's only women or because it's african-americans suddenly referendum on sociopolitical stuff or pop culture, and I think sometimes movies just a movie and has happened to have women in it or superhero move with by it's and I think this movie has to bear like the hangover didn't have to be a referendum on toxic masculinity. It's just a bunch of guys having fun right and I think that's what this movie is I. Don't think it has to stand up as feminist movie. It's just about brushing. Lovely pro woman movie because I. Again, I like how many different types of women exist you would never see this many different lake. Cuts of cloth in terms of femininity like summer when this woman. This woman is like so dainty and frail like I love that and you don't often get that showcase because you don't often have movies that are only women. So I don't think this may be has to do anything more than be entertaining and I think this, it's this is a we're fortunate because this movie was made in two thousand eleven and I worry about modern movies because they're so conscious of that dynamic sharp of having a movie like that of having to do things like that that it's sometimes stunts the storytelling and this movie didn't have that and I'm and I'm glad I think we're all better for it was there minority care during a magical subservient role No no we had a a one of our leave. A main although listen. I do think to be fair. It did feel strange to me that you had a lead who is an African American woman and then you had terry crews and you had an Asian couple. Yes. If felt weird that there are still a lot of people that could have been people of color like we could have had.

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

Apocalypse...Now?

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

"Tap. It probably has done something terrible. CNN The ideas like people in these sorts of high powered influential positions won't get arrested and they're all either. Have to face military tribunals, because what they did was so evil, and so traitress that the civil courts will be good for them, and then they will, then the rest of us will see all the evil things that they were doing behind the scenes and We will enter into a new great grandma's new beautiful Utopian Age now that we've rid ourselves of all these evil elites. Alien Technology to. have access to alien technology be cures for diseases, and they'll be no more debt, and we'll be rich and Yeah, we'll just have peace on earth with as long as as long as lady. Gaga still running free. We just can't have that. I don't know I. Don't agree with a world without lady Gaga. I mean that theory is just so. It comes from an idea of everything right now is completely spinning out of control for people and to be able to see that. Steven Spielberg happy ending I think is why they wouldn't want Steven. Spielberg to write their story, but. It's. Very dangerous to put all of your eggs into this basket. Do you think that the trump administration is taking advantage of conspiracy theories to try to get people? Maybe it'd be like the storm can't happen until reelected so i. mean I really feel like they are definitely are aware of the Cunanan community and they aren't against. Encouraging them, or at least they aren't willing to do anything that would discourage them. because the problem is at the end of the day. To enough followers, they are basically this highly passionate digital street team for the trump administration, and if you are someone like you know, the White House Social Media Manager Dansk Gavino. This is something that you would consider to be a plus if you want to keep your jaw into the into the next year, and so at Dansk, Gavino actually has posted a couple of things. That's the sort of like that looked like a wink to Cunard community. Welcome was a meam that that showed it was photoshop picture of trump playing the violin as my next. My next piece is called. Nothing can stop with his coming, and this is a common phrase. Q. Says Nothing can stop was coming. Followers immediately recognized as as an that came from the community. The one was Dansk view posted a gift. That's TIKTOK. It was orally. TIKTOK said this again over and over again in a circle, and this is something that also accused says the ideas like well. The clock is running out on the ball and only a matter of time before they're all gonna come down, so and also trump himself has tweeted or re tweeted Cunanan on accounts I think over one hundred Sixty Times is oh my God. So. He even said store. He's even like in his speeches, said something about the storm, hasn't he? Like baited them a little bit. At one time, basically, the the whole idea of the storm comes from a time in the early October two thousand seventeen before you when he was doing a photo op with a bunch of Personnel in the White House. The press there and I wasn't the trump trump and said you know what this represents. entrusted what was represent. Is it maybe represents the calm before the storm and the the press said was store Mr that you talk about, he said. You'll see and it was very weird. It was very cryptic now my interpretation of that that particular that was that he was sitting there with the press, having his Co. taken with these military personnel, and he was very resentful of them. He thought he'd fuck with them a little bit this. Theory as seems more reasonable seems very A. trollers kind of nature, but Kulen followers believe that he was actually alluding to a mass arrests event that was carried out by the kind of military personnel that he was surrounded with at the time. So this is where the idea of the storm came from from this. We're offhand comment that trump made one time, and that is the Internet culture in a sense. Is People pick up things that? They attach themselves to. And then they become viral intricate pieces of whatever Internet philosophy they have. I did see something. I don't know if this was true or if it was Tim Erica Tim from Tim and Eric tweeted that the K. W. Miller for Congress twitter account was not real. Yucky W Miller. Miller's one of the Cunard. Congressional candidates use a independent running in Florida and he is yeah. He's quite a character. He's he's. He's A. He has a very allows for Brash Persona. EAT does Cuban on sort of a hashtags. and. Tim, Tim, heidegger. He He actually wound up interviewing K. W, and of this really kind of funny combative interview. On his show. Really Yeah. That thing is that event in order in order to basically troll k.? Tim heidegger while up, saying that this isn't real. This character I mate. He did that specifically to irritate K. W. Miller which was pretty funny. That's how that went down. It's just a metaphor for the Times that we're living in now. The the Post Truth Era I think is what you guys. Call it in your description for your show. We don't really know what's up and down left and right anymore. Do you think that living during these times Israeli making more people susceptible to falling into the queue rabbit hole, absolutely I mean there's actually a ton of evidence that one of the major accelerates for Q. on to. To get more people button to buy into it with was the pandemic as a consequence of the pandemic You know this is what extremely scary destabilize event,.

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I'm calling Lindstrom is Bradley trainer ended up. Paulie there I am here. Paula Guerra Grimes from pulse. It's not just within theaters. It's also what you can watch at home this, he's a streamer. Yes, I am so Paul. Let's kick it off with the thing that I'm the most excited about story. Theaters this weekend. And if you're thinking, okay, the Toy Story, three ended so perfectly why are they making a four? Trust me when I tell you that you have to run out and go see Toy Story for all the expectations and frankly beats them if you're thinking, I don't know if this is going to be any good. Okay. So I have not had that thought so grateful for that. But tell us what to expect. Are we were meeting new characters right? Yes. So if you remember at the end of the third wide, Andy gives us toys over this girl named Bonnie. And Bonnie is now in kindergarten inner orientation class. She makes toy a plastic fork named a forty out of the trash, and then she loves for key so much, that she takes on this road trip with all the other toys. And then when forty gets separated up to Woody, who decides to go rescue him and reunite him with Bonnie AC, what I love about this is the door of every parent of a kindergartner knows exactly what this is like when your kid. Brings home the trash project. They love so much, and you literally are like we cannot lose this trash project because if we lose it's like taking one of their limbs, but it's literally trash plan a paper plate Turkey. Okay. Now we're gonna protect the stem thing, and that's exactly what it is. Because Barney finds these this material in the trash, that's a spark and pipe cleaners and popsicle, sticks that she'd pieces together into this toy and how the kind of describe before and he's voiced by Tony HALE from veep, and arrested development's. If you like, Tony HALE, you'll definitely does. And then you have Jonah Reeves joining the cast and Keegan Michael key, Jordan Peele are also in all these new cast members just live up to what you love about who they are, and their personas so much. And of course, Tom Hanks back as Woody Tim Allen anti pots the whole rest of the gang all here, too. I love it. And it sounds to me or at least from from what I've read it leaves it open. Open for maybe the potential of more sequels. I, I don't know. Well, I mean, sure it's at least some of the, the new character new line of toys for children rows their money and the whole deal land at DisneyWorld. I mean it's like they had the one of the funnest games that I ever most fun games I've ever played in my life or rides rather was at Disneyland. An it's the Toy Story one where you're shooting things. So it's like a real live game in. You're in it super being you're with the person you have car is what's so great about this movie. It's so fun. And they really add so much comedy to it. I think it's a finest of the Toys R movies, like there's no bit or seeing that they don't try to add more comedy. And it's add venturous and it provides us like closure that you didn't think you needed by the and you're like that was so sweet so darling, I know why they made this movie now and reminds everyone why Tom Hanks? What he is. So vital to this movie, why? I mean it's one of the best DeVos over performances of all time him as Woody over these four movies, and what he means with this character means to Andy Bonnie, everyone else has been in the audience, watching these is just incredible. I will also say, I mean at least at my house like the Toy Story movies, have really grown up with my, my kids and my Ali, who's twelve he still he still has that he's still young enough that he has that sort of attachment in this style about those toys that he had me, and I mean, literally, the Woody toy the buzzing your, he still has that attachment nostalgia to it. So it's it is sort of, beautiful to see now this other this next movie come out, and he wants to see it, it's, so it's so for people who have kids, the age of my children. I know that this is very exciting. It is. And I think even us off, as that may be saw the moving. He's the first one when we were kids to see the kind of progression on this transition has now kit from teens who doll and Oregon, your kids. We can appreciate these movies in such different lines as all there. And I just I don't know it meant more to me than I think I thought it would going into it. Who will they be too old for the original don't have kids? You know you would love it. I wish you would see it. I wish you would want. There's a lot of there's a lot of adult humor in this. I don't mean raunchy but I mean they really laugh. All right. I'll cut there's little things that, you know, will pick up on that wheel. That's Kalev Pixar. See what you did there s I just love the imagination that behind these films. Okay. So what how many tickets? four and five they really go all out on this like the closure the the peace results okay so we've got about to talk about us the home release yes this is my favorite movie of the year so far it is i'm blue ray d._v._d. on demand e._s._o. if you didn't see it in theaters it's the latest masterpiece from jordan p._r. again jordan peele double feature today and he wrote director produces a and it's about this family that goes this beach house for the summer and what happens when they are the victims of a home invasion and those are there d'appel gainers at the end of their driveway trying to break lou pizza ngongo winston duke elizabeth moss and tim heidegger are also i it looks so creepy and i cannot wait to see them so glad i can watch it in the comfort of mine how christ five out of five tickets there levin layers go with you Thank you so much grise rabbit holes drifted. Lewis, check out his YouTube channel check out the website. He's multimedia. But we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show. We've got some dumb people. Doing dumb things we call them crazy stupid idiots after this on my talk one zero seven one. mytalk one seven one everything was you just make ten louder and make ten be the top number and make that alone these eleven entertainment.

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on KPCC

"Opinion. Just lack all. It starts from a working class. Blue collar perspective thinking that Wilbur Ross is going to be this savior, is gonna bring the jobs back. It's going to open up the coal mines again. And then describing what life is like, in some of these small towns, where there's the only place to get food is at the dollar store. And so when I started song, sometimes it might be a little flippant or silly, silly subject matter Wilbur Ross and slippers, and then as I think about it more try to add a little more depth to it. What is it like playing these things live, what you hear back from an audience, and what is that? Well, I started playing Trump's private pilot like during the during the campaign early in the campaign and it I mean, I'm playing for a bubble essentially, you know, I'm not playing for a diverse audience of Trump supporters, and everything. But there a lot of people like me that are confused and angry and feel like stuff is slipping away from them. And in when I get to the end where the pilot decides to crash, the plane. Spoiler alert for the sake of Justice in America and everything. There's just like this cathartic cheering that happens. That's very emotional, but also insane in weird that we're all. You know, thinking these dark thoughts and kind of green with we're talking with actor, comedian and musician, Tim Heidegger, so you are doing, these songs that are playing you say inside, this bubble again, this one reaction outside of the bubble. The reaction is a little bit different. And it does spark some trolling. And the trolls are, you know, they're out there, and they come after you what was the general theme of what they were saying about your music and even more particularly about your personal life. Well, yeah. They've been they've been around my career since really the beginning when we were making stuff, there was always this segment on the message boards, and then later on read it and for channel, these places one tactic that they had was the whole cook thing, you know, would be defined as I don't really know. I guess there's a Webster's version of it, but it sort of this, like, you know, d- masculine or beta male kind of this idea that because I'm not a Trump supporter, that I'm some kind of wimp, or kind of wet piece of toast. And they're very you know, some of them can be pretty creative. In one of the things they did was manufacturer these divorce papers that, that is spreading this rumor that my wife had left me because I'm such a, you know, got a cook a weak, weak minded, liberal guy, hard live tart. Yeah. And so that, that showed up on message boards, and they, they downloaded the, the marriage. Certificate that the points that was well. My wife's real name on it, and my work address and stuff. And my is all about the alimony payments like how much I'm paying my wife now which was just like, you know, we all know people that are divorced. Is that really the strongest you've got, but parodying Nora Ephron line that everything is copy this becomes inspiration for your new record. What the brokenhearted due in part. So let's listen to the title track off et Al. Just been. Thing that's true. Do whatever. Broken. I mean, there's the whole idea of, like, you know, I'm going through this personal crisis. But there's also.

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Tim Heidecker Isn't Really 'Brokenhearted'

The Frame

07:42 min | 2 years ago

Tim Heidecker Isn't Really 'Brokenhearted'

"From them on broadcast center at KPCC. This is the frame. I'm John horn on today show, the former head of the California film commission on how she fought to keep moviemaking in the Golden State, then comedian and musician, Tim Heidegger has a new album of heartbreak songs. It was inspired by his online. Trolls smoothing can be pretty creative. And one of the things they did was manufacturer up these divorce papers that, that spreading this rumor that my wife left me because I'm such a, you know, weak-minded lip tart, and why are so many movies and TV shows being turned into live stage shows. Are you ready for the empire strips back all that coming up on the frame? Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. The California film commission is the government office that supports filming in the state and that includes everything from blockbuster movies to commercials. Earlier this month, we found out. It's getting a new executive director, the position is appointed by the governor and Gavin Newsom has decided he wants to pick someone new, the outgoing director Amy lunch had the job for fifteen years during her tenure. She started the state's tax credit program to keep film and TV production from leaving California. I asked Amy about her background as a movie producer before she was hired to head the film commission. There never been anyone in this position as executive director of the California film commission who had a production background and they really did want that. So coming in, I certainly had to learn, Sacramento state government legislation tax codes, but at least the production side, and you're stand what their needs are. And most importantly, the time constraints and, and I think that the. Industry that I'd be talking to understood that I understood what what they're going through. So the film office in any state is looking at a couple of different things. And one is what you're describing. That is here's how we can help you get permits. But you're doing that against a backdrop where other people other countries other states are offering incentives, and it could be British Columbia could be London, it could be New York could be Georgia. So how do those two things compete because one thing is just like making production easier and the second one is competing with other areas of the country and around the world that are giving filmmakers money to leave the state, right? Well, so first of all, you could give all the tax credits and rebates you want, but is equally important to have a as we say film friendly environment, so that people can get their locations. They can turn around their permits quickly. They can close streets when they need to we can shut down a freeway if they need to do a big scene. So that is. Again, as equally important. But I will say when I started in two thousand four incentives were sort of just beginning to grow. We didn't get ours till two thousand nine and we were for five years, the underdog, every producer said we wanna film, in California, but we gotta go, where we can stretch our dollars. So when you are having conversations with people in government about why it's important to keep production in the state as opposed to leaving to go somewhere else. What are the kinds of changes in attitude, that you have to get people to embrace because you're up against a couple of different things. One is it's Hollywood. Why wouldn't people wanna shoot here? And the other one is what is the return on investment? So how do you get people to start taking a new way about why? It's actually economically important to keep people working in the state of California are achilles. Heel was it's, it's Hollywood, California isn't everybody here, anyway. What's the problem? I think one of the reasons why it took us until two thousand nine we had to hit rock bottom, and we were tracking. How many productions were leaving the state to be able to demonstrate now they're not staying, and if we want to retain our signature industry, we have to step up and do something. And one of the kickers was do you remember ugly Betty, which picked up and moved to New York that had shot here for three seasons. I think they were here for two or three for for them to shoot a New York that in Hollywood and picked up and move. Moved to New York and that actually really helped demonstrate what we're talking about. Because an a production that might be spending sixty eighty ninety million dollars in one season is a lot of money to lose rethink about Hollywood, and southern California's being kind of the hub of production in the state, and while that is true. There's production all over the state of California. I'm thinking about lady bird, which was shot in and around Sacramento, not far from where you are working, how important is film production across the state in terms of local economies, and local film, offices that are trying to attract production. It's a great question, because it was such an important part of the effort, that this is not just an LA issue. There's legislators from all over the state. What do they care in Fresno or Humboldt county about Hollywood? And it was critical that they understood that productions do travel around the state, and when they do they spend a lot of money locally in a local community and hotels and restaurants and purchases, and whatever they're doing even if they're not hiring crew there and we did have production shoot. Up in humble, and we had production shoot in Fresno in San Francisco and San Diego. So that was a big part of the push. How does the state benefit beyond the obvious in terms of economic contribution is there some intangible benefit that the state has beyond, you know, the tax numbers? I certainly think there are an, it's all those support businesses that people don't talk about a lot and it's not just like the prop house or a wardrobe rental place. It could be something like a florist who does flower arrangements for a wedding scene. A production can use. We've counted this about a thousand different vendors on one production. So those are all reaping the benefit of that, whatever fifty sixty seventy million dollars spending the other thing that's happening as we speak is there's a big debate about Georgia and about what's happening in that state over. It's very restrictive abortion laws when you think about the political power that Hollywood has, and the way that plays into politics. It's a very complicated issue. Hugh. But you have some thoughts about whether or not the industry, should use its the cloud of its money to talk about policies in states, where productions might be going so speaking in my now unofficial capacity. I'm watching Georgia very, very carefully. I don't know that it's appropriate for people from out of state to be dictating policy for another place, where they don't actually live. However, I do think that, you know, you can put your money where your mouth is or not put your money where you don't agree with particular policies. So we'll have to see how that plays out. You were the longest serving film Commissioner in state history. Your successor has yet to be appointed. What advice would you give him or her that maybe you didn't get when you started that you think is critical to understanding how to do this job? I don't know if this person's going to come in having a production background, but I would say, you know, listening to your constituents if you will, and me. Meeting with as many people as you possibly can to get a sense of where the problems are where, where you need to solve problems. That's essentially what we do all day long. Amy great to see you. Congratulations on your amazing term. Thank you so much. Coming up on the frame actor. And comedian Tim Hydrocare has a new album, and it's an inside joke response to his Trump trolls.

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on Harmontown

"The increase. We killed Spencer. I was reborn as Satan. What is the format of Hollywood handbook? Wow. What do you say? When people ask you what the format of bis? It's a hefty flag in the vodka. Hayes. I've think is characterized the show. Well is mostly funny comments. But the walk me through because I'm new to the game. So you start show and what we saw the opening theme song. This'll be good for anyone who wants to try to listen to what we don't have an example, Tim Heidegger was on the show recently. Thank you for listening to to episodes. He came on and told us that he did not get through the first at which was seven minutes long. So there are a couple of barriers to entry. We've been told that the show takes fifteen to twenty episodes to get into I set. I said it's an acquired taste. I was. I was never because I thought that was so funny because I was like, oh, it sounds like I'll get along with. That's gotta be what people say. Episode that we can like a good I like like or or two into this world. You said you listen to the Heather Anne Campbell. When I think that one already good fantastic. I counted. I don't I don't I mean, I acquired that taste instantly, which means it's not an acquired taste you guys. Clearly, funny, and charming, and I it's a an Spencer's big fan and was on there. I tell people that it's kind of like people trying to improvise like it's like improv sketch for the sketches. They're just having a conversation a bad the worst. Yeah. To. Yeah. We're in character as to petty idiots with this is like one degree off actual out. Have you guys? Have you guys ever listened to Peter Cook and more like a cliven, Derek Derek and Clive? Start saying it's my inspiration. They made these records where they just they just had studio time, and they would just improvise and they made these records where it's just Dudley Moore Peter Cook just doing for me, the funniest improv of all time. But it's just too Astles talking as to fake characters name, Derek and Clive. It's really funny. I since you said, you you I was I wasn't sure everyone's got a different philosophy. I didn't know if I was allowed to say, oh, you're doing characters. Like, I don't know if you're like sore. So you don't break that spell. We'd like a line drawn for the catalogue. So, but it kind of reminds me of. It's a less arch. Jiminy Glick like Martin short doing Jimmy. Yeah, talented. Yes. Not the. Yeah. We're not Marin short, but you guys. Hollywood insiders guest signed. And then your characters are clearly they don't know what Campbell who who's one of my favorite, improv heroes..

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on X96

X96

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on X96

"Right. Seven three movie us is really quite box office. It's already paid for itself. I just have the story here it there. It is get out Jordan feels a shatters record seventy point three million dollars debuted. Well above forecasts. It was the largest debut for an original horror film, not not a remake remake in last year's Halloween. Have surpassed it in that genre. One of the highest openings were live action original film since avatar. People. So I would see it Friday early after well late afternoon. I guess a four thirty showing and the theater wasn't very busy. Four thirty in the afternoon when she figured we. We would be okay. So you know, we saw it on Saturday at like noon. No, probably pretty. Half full. It's it's it's it's very good. The acting is incredibly good particularly lupita Yongbo is she'd Shays terrific. And would you check to see if she won for twelve years a slave? She did she did win. Okay. Good. Because I was thinking that if she didn't win. No, she did. She certainly deserves to be nominated for this. I think she was just terrific. They she the the main characters in the family they all play dual roles, and they're they're all excellent Winston do Bawku. And I don't know the the kids, but but the kids are great. And then Tim. Hi, Tucker and Lisbeth moth is there as their friends are great. I don't see them being married, but a terrific. Elizabeth moss is just she's always good. And she's greatest as Tim hijackers kind of vapid. I guess vapid and bitchy y. Yeah. And she she plays up. Just perfect. And he's just kind of a loser. There's not as far as performances goes. There's not a stinker. There's not one word. Were you surprised were you? Yeah. And they have any idea what was going to happen. That's why I would say to people go see it now. Yeah. But because people are going to start talking about it, and you're gonna overhear something and the stuff that you've seen in the trailer is only the setup there's a lot more there. So that's like the first fourth of the movie is the setup, and then there's more there's a lot of south cannons law stuff. And so, and and you gotta be careful talking about it. I would just say to people go see it right away. So it doesn't get ruined for you. Yeah. It's it's it's very much. There's a lot of social commentary. It's very much a social combat like get out. Much much subtler get out is it has a very clear clear point. Yeah. Ma'am. It makes the point this is much subtler. There are a lot. There's a lot of depth to it. It's it's scary psychological thriller when you saw the trailer. I even I said this looks too damn scary. For me to say, it's kind of scary. Okay. But it's very unsettling. And it makes a lot of. A very lot of comments on society. And I've seen a couple of reviews that have called the Jordan peels masterpiece. I wouldn't say that I would say get out. So far is his masterpiece. This is really really good. There are a lot of there are a lot of. He does a lot of stuff. There's a lot going on there. Just a lot of nods to other horror, Mojo. Yeah. He's clearly a horror genre films jaws. And they're yeah. There's there's all kinds of lot of Stephen King. And a lot of which which is why you should be thrilled that CBS handed over the twilight zone franchise to Jordan Peele, which will be on the CBS CBS streaming app. Only starting in a week or so here will do well with that you can tell he's the guy. He's the best choice for that job. But. Lupita the ongo plays roles and man both. What do you mean bone plays? She plays the the lead woman of mother of the family. And then the the other mother or whatever it is the the other. You're going to know you see in the you see in the. Yeah. Previews of the family. There's there's there's there's family in our family in our driveway. There's a family in our driveway. And you see that it's a family of mother and a father and two kids. And that's you know, maybe you should stop there. Is you wanna go? I will say this though, easy Halloween costumes coming. Jumpsuit. We have red jumpsuits. Yes, we do. But. Yeah. It's let's see here. We go. A Hollywood, Tim. My one piece of advice for people going to see us is ignore the trailer. I think it's leading people to false impressions of what the movie actually is. Yes, that's true and causing them not to like it. It's meant to do that though. Yeah. Because well because if they would have put together a true trailer of giving way too much, it it meant made me believe that the movie was something that it's not. But that's fine. I was pleasantly surprised it's not a sequel to get out pencil Irving to do that has nothing to do with it. So don't get that confusion that might be, you know, making you think differently of the movie after you see it. I'd forgotten all about hands Groff's America. I have forgotten all about that. Was that was interesting fascinating. But yeah, very very good. Excellent movie and. Watch Qian peeling Keanu. They were damn scary movie. It's funny. Some of it's funny. Oh, yeah. Winston duke. You know, they had some questions going into it. Whether he was too big of a guy for the role, and whether he'd be able to do comedy, and he's hilarious. He played some funny stuff. I like it when he lays down on the bed right at the beginning of the movie. He's a he's a he's he he's a daddy's. He fills the show with dad jokes. So okay, dad, you know, what's cool about it too. Is that it's a black family, but it just sort of Justice American family? It's just an American. They're just an America as American as you could possibly be family Jimmy said that whenever Tim Heidegger shows up. He takes him out of the movie because all he can see is the Tim Heidegger from Tim and Eric. No, I didn't. And I thought he did great. I thought he was able to pull it off. But us go see it before everybody. All right. There you go. Potholes..

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm with Jack. You don't like those not a raisin that finger. I'd rather have risen Edson Googlers. Oh, I'd rather have Googlers and resonance me too. I like Googlers. But yeah, that's fine. Well, it's more for Matt. Yes. Let's see oh big movie at the box office this weekend met you saw. Whoa. Jordan movie. Yeah. Yeah. How was it? I wanted to love it. And but I liked it. Okay. I had really high expectations for it. And they fell slightly short. It could be about a half hour shorter. It's like two hours and fifteen minutes. Okay. Which is pretty long for a horror movie. And it's definitely more of a psychological. There is a little bit of gore, but it's not anything crazy. If you're generally not a horror fan, I think you would still probably enjoy it just from the standpoint of. And of course, his turn PL. So get out there a lot of social underlying social commentaries. And anticipates with Lou is. And Winston Duke from Black Panther Maku. Right. And. Elisabeth moss from Handmaid's tale and boy love her and Tim Heidegger from Tim and Eric. Why is he in mosses husband? Oh, really? Yeah. And he's like a tattooed hipster rich hipster, which is really weird. Really? Yeah. It's bizarre. Okay. They're both kind of awful. I mean, they're both really good. And they're going to be a great actor. And he's very funny. It's just that. He's showed up. Yeah. I interviewed Elizabeth moss. One's really. Yeah. She used to be on the west wing, and she was moaning something else. And and I was I was collecting interviews with people in the west wing was very excited to talk to your. She was very very nice. The only other one I ever got was Kristen channel with. Okay. And she was she was she was very nice as well. Yeah. I recommend people. Go see it. I would definitely say go see it. It was feel good film of the year. Sure. No, it was it was really interesting. I would not be shocked a little later in the year. And as it gets closer. I know it's really early in the year. But I wouldn't be shocked lupita younger got an Oscar nod. We'll everybody likes her anyway. Yeah. She's fantastic. And an I mean, especially as the d'appel ganger like terrifying. Okay. And actually everybody in it is really good. Yeah. Yeah. I I enjoyed it. All right. I want to see it again. But you can. Stuff that I missed. Anybody tells you know, you let me know comedy's a little forced but other than that, we if we prove that here thought it was that's Jordan. So is ours. So yes, but it's definitely worth a watch. Let's do famous birthdays. All right. We've got five on.

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is fresh air. What place in America could accommodate monsters. The Marx brothers and the artist who immortalized melting clocks the answer. Of course is Hollywood. And our book critic Maureen Corrigan has a review of two new books about forgotten stories from Hollywood's past lost Hollywood the phrase conjures up starlets and silver LeMay and lunchtime Gimblett set the Brown derby, it does not bring to mind slimy swamp creatures were screwball surrealists starring in movies, featuring walking melons, but two new books that retrieve forgotten moments in Hollywood history expand our sense of LA La Land long legacy of magic and bad behavior. Mallory Almeira is a young producer and screenwriter who works in the monster slash horror, genre growing up a self professed monster geek, she I watched that nineteen fifty four classic creature from the black lagoon when she was seventeen and she was smitten filmed in three d black and white. The movie follows a team of archaeologists who search for prehistoric Fishman rumored to be paddling around in a remote Amazonian pond. Of course, there's a gorgeous woman on the team who becomes romantic fish beat. But as O'Meara says, it's the lonely creature himself sometimes called Gilman, who's the real star curious O'Meara began internet surfing and discovered that a woman design the creatures monster suit, her name was military. Dan, Patrick, and she herself was a raven haired knockout who looked like a movie star? In fact, when the movie was about to premiere Universal Studios sent Millicent on a publicity tour billing her as the beauty who created the beast, but militants powerful male boss was jealous of the attention and insisted that the tour be retitled, the beauty who lives with the beasts making it sound like Millicent with some kind of den mother for the creature along with the mummy and Wolfman even worse. Her boss fired Millicent after the tour because her name appears nowhere in the original credits. Militants accomplishments faded from memory known only to geeks like O'Meara to date Millicent, Patrick is the only woman credited with designing a great Holly. Would monster. Marras chatty. Impassioned book the lady from the black lagoon lifts Millicent. Patrick out of the mire of obscurity. There's so much great material here, including Millicent childhood at Hearst castle and her early career as one of Disney's first female animators that her own life story could be a film O'Meara is a dogged researcher and a fierce partisan. She even sports attached to of Millicent and the creature on her left forearm. But I must warn readers that this book should be rated. Oh for oh. My god. Where was an editor? O'meara's pros is bogged down in lane jokes and Wikipedia level. Historical context, I think it's worth putting up with these transgressions for Millicent story, which as O'Meara points out has resonance. For today when women in Hollywood still find themselves in the company of monsters. And now for something completely different in nineteen thirty seven the surrealist artist. Salvador Dali traveled to Hollywood to meet one of his idols Harpo. Marx, whom Dolly called the American surrealist if ever there were two people who got each other in terms of their shared manic. Subversion of reality, Salvador, Dali and Harpo Marx word, those kindred spirits after their meeting two things happened. Dolly sent Harpo an actual harp. This student with silverware spoons, knives and forks who strings were made of barbed wire. The other outcome was a script scenario written by Dolly of a movie for the Marx brothers called giraffes on horseback salad. Big surprise Louis b Mayer the humorless head of MGM. Studios turned it down. And the unfinished script was presumed. Lost appearing only on lists of greatest movies never made enter Josh Frank who like Mallory O'Meara is among other things a screenwriter and a geek in his case. A Marx brothers. Geek, Frank excavated Dolly's forgotten film treatment from the center Pompey do in Paris and in collaboration with comedian, Tim Heidegger and artists Manuela potato. He's produced a gorgeous graphic treatment of drafts on horseback salad. It's four beyond me to encapsulate the story line here, which involves a businessman named Jimmy who's in love with a Dame called the surrealist woman, some of Dolly's directions, call for Groucho, who's dancing, the Tango. With a woman who's cheek. Annoys him to remove her cheek with a spoon and for the three Marx brothers to cut off the nose of a locomotive train with a guillotine don't even try to understand just revel in the weirdness along with the wonderful, photographs and other archival material. Frank includes in this book lost Hollywood turns out to be stranger. And in a way more ahead of its time than most of us could have imagined Maureen Corrigan teaches literature Georgetown University. She reviewed the lady from the black lagoon and giraffes on horseback. Salad tomorrow on fresh air. My guest will be eighty Bryant. In addition to being a cast member on Saturday Night Live she stars in comedy series called shrill that's based on the collection of autobiographical essays by Lindy west who identifies as fat and a feminist. Shrill starts streaming on Hulu fried. Hope you'll join us. Fresh Air's executive producer.

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"Is that let me I'm just pointing out the fact with why it was so brilliant because it wasn't. It was just so an expected in so great in so many ways, and then he said that he has always wanted to for a very long period of time. Had in his mind away to explore those kinds of social issues through horror, and that he had a bunch of ideas, lined up in us was the next one that he had lined up. Let me just give you a few details because I want you to get excited about this aisle. I'm excited. I'm I'm afraid. I'm actually trying to lower the bar and say success is seventy five percent of get out coming out March twenty nineteen it centers around two couples one black and one white black. Couple is played by a Winston Duke from he played IMB AKU and Black Panther in lupita. New ongo is the the woman in that couple in the white couple is Elizabeth moss. So white and speaking of white or no, Tim hi decker tell Hidaka he's white to Tim. Hi, decker of Tim, and Eric. Yeah. As the plays the boyfriend or husband, I don't know that I'd forgotten this in that's amazing. I mean, he took a dramatic turn in a movie that I didn't see that. I read about I can't remember what it's called stood in a very tight alley with Tim Heidegger one time for the mythical show. Remember that tight alley. Yeah. That was. They really slathered on the awkwardness in I could barely take it. But I I didn't I didn't I didn't crumble the comedy was the name of Tim's movie. Was ironically, titled and not only that Duke Nicholson, his Jack Nicholson's twenty two year old grandson is making his acting debut in this movie. What? Yeah. Jack Nicholson's grandson Nicholson's a great name you get excited about this sounds like an inventor like a guy like a Ron Popo kind of like. And now another. Vegetable cutting device from the mind of Duke Nicholson is also an actor. Yeah. Well, anyway, I'm super excited about it. I do realize that I do agree with you that the chances that it can't it just can't be if it was if it was as good as get out it. It. The argument is this the argument for those of you who care about this. I've heard this are Michael Rapaport make this argument about why LeBron can never be as good as Jordan. Okay. And that is because Michael Jordan changed the game. So significantly that no one else unless they're like from a different planet can change the game in the way that Jordan did. So he literally changed everything about the game. Now, all of a sudden people had their own shoe and people had their own brand. And he played completely differently. He introduced things that seemed other worldly to the game that. Lebron can only add onto so in a one on one match. Sure. Maybe LeBron would be Jordan who we can't really. We don't know. But he can't like so what we do know. But this this stage. It was set for Jordan come in make for Jordan domino. Another Jordan de mean to say that Jordan Peele to make this movie in a way that he can't replicate. The like you said the unexpected success. So now, it's just like is it going to be as good? So it actually has stand. Great chance to be a better movie. But even it has to be twice as good which is impossible right in order to be actually better. I think about the m night Shalah Mun six cents being followed up by breakable, which I really like unbreakable. You know, it was kind of a shame because I really liked it for it to come out after six cents, which I haven't seen. You're what you're joking. Right. You missing six. You're joking. That's a joke. I know you haven't seen a lot of movies, but you've seen since I missed that one. You missed that one. I it was kind of a Blair witch kind of situation. No it wasn't. Yeah. What what do you mean? By that. I don't know. Why didn't see it? I saw unbreakable though, I tried to catch out. I see in the next one. And I really liked it because you know, I really liked it because I haven't seen six cents but six cents didn't weird eighties time in a weird situation. And I didn't get any what was happening..

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"Felix from being band that day and Felix would go on to fight in the big war in the Europe. Matt battlefield. We'll save Felix's gaming career. But with great sacrifice as it fucked up his dick and balls. It was weeks before he can return to work on the Bernie Sanders campaign. Yes, sir. Pay to be a canary like already pay a canary police on by podium, you ate it. No, sir. Why that speech sort of unwritten on our goal? Why is that speech? Ed. My moods need smoke. Moi moods. I loved that. Reggie. Did you hear what I son? Yes. Sure. I just I just there's something wrong with the speech, and you shouldn't be smoking mids. They're bad for you. You should only blow in that kill shit cookies. Trotto Hubbard strains to make your mind powerful. What kinds of tricks play anyway, smoke good? And I need that speech. The country is very sick. You're you're hurting big hitting it. Lazy low Faulkner. No, MR Stanton, Mr. centers. You don't know what you're doing? You put something wrong in the speech. You're talking about intersection -ality in Senator spaces in bodies when you should be pandering to the racist white working class. They're good people. I know you're unhappy. You got that telegram, senior wife Jane is going to federal prison for stealing a college. And you're sad that you won't be able to buy toaster for your lake house. You're upset, but you know, you put something bad in speech. Put woke neoliberalism in there. It's poisoned, Mr. Sanders. It wasn't your fault. Oh. No, no hurt me. Again. Mr sanders. I won't I won't ever tell anyone. I know what you're feeling a won't ever. Tell a soul hope to dial. Fostered all the mid stole the toilet promise. From now on only sent the needs of the economically anxious, racists and lazy brochure. Lists like yourself. William ever tell anyone how we saved old man Sanders, doing identity, politics, not a soul. It's not just American politics that will in his podcast had it affected. This stupid show has even alter the course of his own heart. Buffalo gals get you come out tonight come out tonight. Tonight. Buffalo gals get you come out tonight dance by the light of the moon. Hotdog love singing that song with a girl. It's it's probably my kinky swaying to see. Thank you for making it come true. It was pretty hard core. Don't mention it. But just thanks for having me as a guest on the show. I can't believe recorded. A whole episode will dancing the Charleston ca-, Catherine. I might say you're the prettiest girl we've ever had all the stroll. I'm the only girl you've ever had on the show. Oh, jeez. Oh, gosh. We look at that old old trap house over there. Three rocks at it and make a wear. Oh, hell, yeah. A love breaking windows. Doing this. I live here at my. He was turned off cool hair help, please. Tonight. Okay. Afrin throwing rocks. Their elected makes me feel like a kid again at the wisher, well, Catherine I wish for a whole hatful things. I wish that I would interview Adam Curtis, and Tim Heidegger Barbara iron Reich and David cross. But most of all I wish that I would meet a nice online trade. Jeff, I wish I could have a trade wife that I could settle down with what what did you? What did you wish for if I told you that it might not come true? What is it that you want Katherine clout followers? All throw a LASSO around them. And I'll give them all to you. Go ahead and kiss her already. I'm trying to edge over here craftsman. I would never let this old man. Get one over on.

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"That's right. We're here to take your calls your messages. You are the thord you are in control. This is you this is your time. You're in your podcast, and you need it. Now. That's right right now, it's our office hours here in the office. He's already a podcast called that office hours. Yeah. What does that? I think it's Tim Heidegger thing. Oh, yeah. That's office. Forgot about I never listened to that. Good name a good name. It's good name. We're here. We're getting reports that this is way too, quiet way. Too, quiet. Well done now are did you turn up this Mike instead of this one? Our voices are too quiet. Yeah. Now, we're good now. We're good. And now, we're good. Okay. The the well the good so get to behind the scenes e we're trying something new here on a recording end that will make the non live version of this a lot better to listen to the live version gonna take one or two more of these two really iron out the kinks. But yeah, we'll get there. I don't know, man. I didn't get to hear the music for myself, and it boom buck. If you just bring a boombox that would probably be be pretty good. I'm waiting to see if Chad is catching up to where it is sounding better or okay. Okay. People seeing things like there, we go. Yeah. My vocals Fleischer was only half of what it should have been. That's right. You got crank that shit up. Yeah. I've got more things. More lovers now to pull in real time. Yeah. Undoing more I'm gonna put producer on my resume and throw that resume in trash cans that trash can on fire because who looks at resumes anymore. No robots. Just know if you should be hired for a job or not. Yeah. Not heard that you're supposed to do is take the exact job description and paste it into your resume, and then make it the same colors the background. Oh, yeah. So that any software that is trying to look for similar qualifications will always flag it as yes, this this the text in this matches our job scripture almost perfectly. This guy has got to be the perfect Canada. Also to start saying you work at the company. Yeah. Exactly here. I'm an internal transfer. Get your face known. It's way easier to do an internal transfer than it is to hire. Somebody for sure everyone knows that. So hi, we're here. Hello thinking, man. You know, what we need to do that? We need to bring back the stream deck we need to bring back. Oh, yeah. Know where it is sitting over there somewhere. I was looking for a distinct lack of bad noises on this show. My voice will bad soundboard for now besieged. If you're doing it on that machine. I won't hear it. And it'll just chaos if I do it on this machine. This will work bad soundboard. Great great. I love this. I love this plan. I love his bad soundboard plan. So if you wanna get at us on discord live and talk to us live with a capital of the instructions for doing that are in the chat right now at the top up top. And if you want to leave a voice mail, you can do that seven of seven exit flu, we won't listen to those this week. We'll listen to some. But not the ones you're leaving right now. Still listening to some from like late November. Yeah, there's some late November's ones in there. I'm going to go through because we got some more voicemails planned grout. Yeah. Or if you're in the chat, you can use the ask your question button at the top of the Trat if you just want to type in something to us and see us dance. Yeah. If you leave a big enough tip. We're gonna do a little. We are obligated the leave any tip at all. We are forced to sing. Please do not tip us. Please do not. Let's see here. This should put indestructible in smash. Yeah. This should do that has got a bunch of other strove items. Like, yeah, why not comes by default to that plays? One hundred percent of the time you have to go to the options, actually, change it. If you want to hear something else. Yeah. And actually frustrated that you have to pick the stage, and the the you can't just say I want to hear this music. I don't care what stage I'm on. Anyway..

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on Probably Science

"I would be remiss if I didn't try to through, you know, show some support and so he's donating the band camp. Proceeds and will link to that over on probably dot com or you could just look up Tim height occur band camp. And it's it's pretty hilarious. And in a true, Tim, Heidegger fashion like played so straight that it almost isn't satire listening to you. You were saying before you could easily put on in the background note realize that it's a parody song. Yeah. And I think that's really strength in a lot of ways. I like that about it. Because it's almost like a Tuesday on adventure. If you want it to be about this sort of lonely delusional character who thinks he'll find meaning and thinks you'll find a girlfriend if can be about that if. You want it to be about someone who's genuinely excited for the Trump rally could be about that to kind of it's called the ballot of installment of we didn't that is certainly that's that's what that's what gives it away. And the fact that it's Tim because he has a whole book of these Trump songs that he's been doing. And so it's like him singing at him coming out at gives it that satirical, underpinning. But I do think just as a song it just kinda works as a song on its own grounds. Kind of regardless. I like that about a lot. And I like that you can talk about like, it's not any one specific thing. I think that's a Mark of good song in general like just anything that gets you talking about and get you listen to you know. Yeah. I recommend everyone. Check it out, and you can donate. How much you want from a dollar up at his band camp. So yeah. Tim height ker dot band camp dot com. And of course, we also have links to the point tickets to that on probably science dot com as well. So the date for that again November fourth of embers fourth. Damning Sunday Sunday. You just you just let them coming Sunday. But I mean when this this'll be publish missing today publishing out this in December. Hopefully, it's this Sunday. That means next week's episode is going to be three weeks old and there'll be dated things in that now. But yeah to get out now, I appreciate I appreciate that. This is gonna go to how you when you just you as you said, the point again, you went back, and sort of lent on ukulele did bump into my ukulele did feel that you were just. Punctuating it kids TV show. I should we didn't finish saying why we sound better today, which is that Kiko happened to have microphones for hersal and his car. So he brought in these Sennheiser. Yeah. The through nine forty nine forty nine forty five in the we have the nine thirty five o see for some reason, they higher quality than the ones we got on EBay when we first started this podcast five years ago, curious listeners can tell and Sennheiser corporate listening. We'd love you to send these are way. They are really really good microphones. And I just I just picked them up recently. They had a special on them, and I'm really happy with them. And yeah, the only big difference between the one you have in the one we have the nine forty five nine thirty. They sound a little bit different. But the big different is that is a super cardio. Did these are regular, and basically that just means the pickup pattern is different. So like if you go off axis, it'll if I go off to hear that some dif- almost as appeared appear that. If I do the same with that have a different. Okay. I'm going inside of it. You're still it's still attenuates you a little bit. But less right it. There's a broader pickup pattern on these narrow one on that doing polar coordinates that thing ever had I had to at some point in math, right? Dipoto coordinates I had to do all that stuff cardio aides because they're kind of heart shaped, right?.

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"They've been several pieces criticizing this figures misleading because it's based on the lower cost estimate published in the coq study thirty two trillion. Now, there are several reasons why the critics are wrong. Namely, some of these critics said, there's very number of the cost of Medicare for all short. All right. Well, okay. Shapiro Shabbat Goi I was going to do my show. Ben told me that arguing, Palestinians aren't human sounds better than coming from Jew and not a garden variety, white guy. Next heck's hunter. My colleagues to watch info wars, never seem to be about politics as much as conspiracy theories now more to how much watching that cancer would affect your view and the final well before we get to that, let's plug the book one more time. Yes, chapel guide to revolution. On that. We got a good bunch of Goodwin's patent Oswald. I know patent it very, very stupid guy who cross cross, longtime friend, Tim, Heidegger get wide very funny when Greenwald gave us wine while does done amazing, brand, joy, joy, who else. Are you on their new? I'm not. I wasn't in charge of any of those decisions. I want that to me now there's one other isn't there, Brandon? Why don't you tell us who the last one is Davis Anthony. Oh, that's right. Yes. Yes. Might former friend who blocked me on Twitter. Yeah, he's going to black me center later, so I'll take it while I can. In good company. Shut me out. Shut me out of his Twitter feed. It's really, it's. I miss it. I miss it, but I don't understand how Dave Anthony gets on who the fuck, what the fuck, Dave, Anthony friend of the second character on third character and Maron. It was a very good quote though, what was his quote? He's said, it rubbed book rules. I can't remember though. I would have been happy to say the book rules I would have been happy to do that was not my department. Dave, Anthony. All right. And the final I am of the day, SAM's Tinder profile. Hey, girl swipe, right? It's the weekend. Let's go to the beach by you a cider and tell you all about the apples that went into it. All right. I think it might be time to innovate see folks Monday in that say that. Get sue. I'm bill. I just got. The truth. Kid. Choice may go the option. Will you too. The role with fluid funded breaks. Switcher..

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"tim heidegger" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

07:37 min | 3 years ago

"tim heidegger" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"She's thank invasion, new video. People don't really get works. You know, all white people don't really good like that. It's like from a character trying to figure out everything like like literal says in the song shot. This guy think he literally shot the dude, right? Oh my God. The police looking into this. Yeah, totally. So we've got prank, invasion, video, moaning addition, let's check it out. Pretty bad enough. There's a seizure addition as well pretty solid. Since ours are his hint. Yeah, he, he's off the map pretty much. I mean, he's got kissing my fans, nurse addition couples edition with cream addition. I think, moaning addition, you're going to, you're going to really enjoy this. How does he think about it? It's the way he's he's kissing. He's been working. He's a lot more veins anymore. But like he's more imposing now. Like if you wanted to rape me dominate me. You know what I'm saying? Like you're giving him that fucking kiss. But the music never changes. Something's changed. Give me a really weird in creepy way and see what happens as always. Let's do it as always quick game of rock paper. Scissors. If I win, I get to give you really quick. Okay. Here we go. Really. Oh. At this point, is this not just comedy? Why. Just to see what happens. Epileptic seizure. What it sounds. All right, Chris, get my visit ties. Chris, isn't the same noise each time or does he do like, oh, different. Kiss. Okay. Here we go. Okay, Brock paper scissors. Go rock paper. Scissors. I win as always. Not even. I think he's, he's really just. Still. This is the part that we're. Play parodying himself. Exactly. Like we made that one video, you know. A closer look. The line was getting so blurred that I was actually starting to enjoy watching videos because they're so like the moaning like it's you watch it and so stupid. You know. Like he's there's a weird transformation going. I feel like if he keeps following the thread of so obscene so stupid, they, he could really be onto a new way of entertainment. Yeah. At seven. Against. Luke rock and makes the girl do the same. You know, probably. That it's set up that you know just. It's just so our. So there's one here, this washes. Last one when I saw I loved it. How to stop cyber bullying too big issue facing all of us today on the internet as you guys know, you work on their Night. Live on the internet. Have you guys ever have problem with cyber bullying. Yeah, yeah, me too. Bullying all day. Tough on over watch. Some guy was yelling at me about something right. Oh, scared. What do you do that point? Literally helpless leave the house. I have a hole in my backyard laying. When it gets. So anyway, we have helpful tip for you on cyber bullying. I think I cyber cyberbullying. By the way she phrases it almost sounds like she's gonna get tips to the cyber vote. Decide. In. Closure. I said. Cya her fully. That is. That was a great advice. Yes, he's getting cyberbullying now. Ironically. All right. Let's go eat some dinner. Your mom, everyone. So guys, thank you for all tuning in and watching joy. Dow, wow, hold it together for another minute. We're almost done. Next month is looking pretty good. Yeah, Dan, what do we got? We've got checks guy, Jack, except guy in a couple of weeks and then Christner after that and then one's pretty big. We got Tim Heidegger coming on the thirty first. What. M hide it really cool. Yep. And then the week after that we got out. So criolla also. Very cool. Thank with us. And possibly. Well, I won't say because it's not confirmed, but right. Hey, we got a great, some apples. Yes. Next fight is probably just. Xrays just us having fun with the soundboards guys are nothing wanna miss it. With that being. Nice. Thank you so much for watching. Hope you have a great weekend. Joe love your mother. Guys have a great weekend carry yourself. Happiness is number one. You've got to do what's good for you and your life. My full be aware of everything that you're appreciative. You know. Constantly don't take anything for granted. Lake of I could all away. I mean, seriously. You don't don't wanna listen to that. You're gonna break them. If he does end it Dan save us for myself. Everybody.

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