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"toland" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Where you are with Brandon Toland physicians Longoria got hit on the hand, they hope will be okay today. Cueto. Uh, still with the flexor strain. He is in the Dominican Republic. There's a death in his family. Murata. We should see him any day and for Rogers. He got that line drive on the bicep, but I think he'll be all right. Time now, for today's X factor of the game sponsored by Rely Quest, defending the world's largest companies against cyber threats. Make security possible at relying quest dot com. The X factor for me is speed the speed. They like to run now, and the Giants are going to have to stop that running game more coming up right after this. My girlfriend is really into fashion, and she's particular about what she likes. That's why I went to Shane Company for her engagement ring. I wanted to get it right. And I knew I definitely needed some help. So I met with one of their jewelry consultants. The only thing I knew going in was that she wanted a platinum ring, and her favorite color is pink. He showed me tons of ring settings and platinum. I learned it's a premium metal that develops a patina over time and platinum makes a great family heirloom, which is really cool. We picked the perfect style for her. Then we looked at all the options for center stones. He told me that Shane company is known for their vibrant natural sapphires. I like the idea of doing something totally unexpected. So I chose an awesome pink sapphire for the center of her ring. I knew I nailed it. My girlfriend. I mean, my fiance. Said she couldn't have imagined a more beautiful ring. Now you have a friend in the jewelry business, Shane company and Schrenko dot com Hey, it's Dwayne Kipper, stepping out of the broadcast.
Methuen Police Chief, Captain Placed On Leave After Inspector General Report
"Chief of Police and the captain are on paid leave after the state inspector general alleges misconduct that gave the chief and senior officers some of the highest pay in the nation. The report 153 pages and alleges Chief Jo Solomon Captain Gregg Toland worm or interested in green and Blue. Concocting contracts and in chief Solomon's case, ignoring conflict of interest guidelines serving on the city's negotiating team for the contract, despite his own pay being tied to that officer's pay with WHO and Mayor Neil Perry says the actions are not disciplinary actions but were taken to give the city an opportunity to fully review and act on the recommendations of the Office of Inspector General and the anticipated audit of the Police Department. That's expected soon a fatal
"toland" Discussed on KTRH
"Big was during the plague. But then again, you know, they're probably wasn't a Marine Webster back then. 5 10 time for traffic and weather together. Let's get you on the drive once again, the sky my Oh, we're just checking out freeways this morning and a little kind of chilly out there. But the freeways are smooth as linoleum. We're looking at the North Freeway Coming down from Woodlands Parkway. It's a cinch now into downtown 24 minutes. Katy Freeway from Grant Parkway, 31 minutes, no problems in the downtown to 88. How about that new construction or that new those new Toland's wide open and they're free to the end of the month. For now, we're 19 minutes. Prepare linen. I'm sky Mike in the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 Hour traffic center from our ktrh top tax defenders 24 Weather Center time to check in hysteria Smith in the house today, and I never. I never know this time of year who's here? And who isn't Good morning. Good morning. Welcome back. Thank you. Lovely week off. Well, welcome back to some colder weather, huh? No kidding. Undercoat time is it's our one day of winter. Hello. You're right. It is going to be quite chilly today. And then after that we gradually to frost but Be ready for the cold weather today. The rains out of here, that's the good thing and the sun will be out. But it's taking a little bit of a sabbatical. I think, because the temperatures will only make it into the load a bit fifties today and That's usually what our temperatures are this time of year at night, so it's gonna feel quite chilly. Tomorrow We are sunny and we are finally warming up loaded mid sixties. Tomorrow we'll get a quick dose of terrain Wednesday. Temperatures in the sixties. So it's still running cool and then back to dry weather Thursday and Friday. So definitely find something warm today because it is going to be especially chilly today. Right now, 48 in your officials. Severe weather station news radio 7 40 ktrh. 99 1 ht to its news radio 7 40 ktrh on FM. What clean, glowing skin on the daily Meet new Say knives. Space cleansers.
Getting More For Our Healthcare Dollar with Jill Yegian
"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket saw Marquez here and the privilege of hosting Jill the again she launched Gigi and help insights in two thousand eighteen providing consulting services to clients and healthcare and philanthropy. Dr Yan has held leadership positions in a variety of health care organizations in each she has focused on applying expertise in health policy payment and delivery to problems and opportunities most recently she served as vice president for public policy and strategic initiatives at Brown and Toland physicians. A large independent practice association in the San Francisco Bay area her background and PhD is in health services and policy analysis from. The University of California Berkeley and prior to the work that she's done she also served thirteen years with the California Healthcare Foundation where she worked to improve the California's financing and delivery system for healthcare, which is what we're going to be talking about today. We're GONNA BE TALKING ABOUT ACCESS WE'RE GONNA be talking about rising costs and things that we could be doing and thinking about US healthcare leaders and making it better. So with that, I want to go ahead and open up the microphone to jail and really give you a warm welcome and thanks for joining us so glad you're here Jill You saw it's great to be here. I really enjoy listening to your podcast and I'm really happy to be a part of it. Oh. Awesome. So glad you're here and and so you know one of the things that I love asking and I'm curious about is what inspires you. With your work in healthcare. So so from my perspective, it really what gets me up in the morning is collaboration to improve outcomes and increased value. I just feel like there's so much opportunity to make the system work better for patients for practitioners for those who are paying the bill and for taxpayers to, and that could be in terms of higher quality. More access lower costs more equitable, a better a patient or even provider experience lots of different aspects of improvement that are possible in our current system. You know, I've always been really interested in systems and interdisciplinary approaches to solving problems both undergraduate and graduate degrees are interdisciplinary bringing together economics political science and sociology ought to inform US systems perspective in. So now I have an opportunity to work. At the intersection of delivery finance and in policy and I think that's really important because changing policy may not result in the change on the ground. For example, changing expanding health insurance coverage won't create access to care if there aren't enough providers in a rural community or if reimbursement is is too low. So it's really important to think about a systems perspective that brings together different aspects to solve problems. Yeah I really think that's a great approach in a great way to think about this is you're right. You know if they increase access, there might not be enough people in the delivery aspect but then there's the financial piece that I think a lot of people are are concerned about in this country a lot of employers a lot of the even policymakers right where the concerned about it We'll touch on this folks. So don't worry about I'm curious from from your end Jill. What's the thing that's held you back in the past that you've conquered. That's a great question. So I would say that. It's really most recent related to starting again health insights. I've been an employee for most of my life and the transition to having my own company really required taking some risks So there's a lot less security and predictability. It's not always clear. What next year is going to bring and sometimes even next month earlier in my career I would say I probably wasn't as comfortable with that level of of uncertainty and I also didn't have the same level of confidence in my abilities and and I feel like all that is really come together at this point where I have a breadth of knowledge and experience I have confidence I'm comfortable with the uncertainty. And the variety in this world is fabulous being able to work with a whole array of clients on a whole array of issues and and make contributions in an array of different areas. No. That's A. that's a really great thing to share Joel I. Mean I know a lot of people listening today have had that. Challenge or are currently experiencing a and and so what is it? That got you to to make the move? It was an array of different circumstances that really lead to things falling into place. So I'm at a point in my career where I really have a pretty long checklists for what would really make me very excited about getting out of bed, and so the ability to make contribution is really a significant part of that and on the combination of flexibility autonomy variety and mission was best when in in the with creating my own company. So that's the path that I've taken and and I have really enjoyed.
"toland" Discussed on WTVN
"Your left baseball to his building, and they're here together again separated at birth. You and Toland from the metal roof company And your location is where? 55 41 Western Railroad 1 61 in West Railroad just north of the intersection. But I'm going to try to cover a few things. There's a lot to go over, but I'll try to make it quick. Folks. We were running a 30% specialists dress August. So you've got a couple minutes left to phone in and get yourself scheduled 30% off everything we do and what we do We do all fake all phases of metal roofing. Red metal standing seam stamped steel singles. We handle all foot phases of soffit facial gutters. Please, folks, give us a call. We've got 0% financing. I haven't extensive array of financing options for everyone. And with 30% off Now is the time to act. I don't want to sneak this by the way, But do you have a metal roof? Looks like it's not a metal roof. We've got stamps, stone cold steel shingles that will Passes A, though it's or, you know, metal piece, so there's several different styles, but one of them in particular is a four way interlocking. Single, So it all cleats together on all four sides. Things like a submarine. It is absolutely credible. It has 125 year warranty on this thing is it's the last of the building will ever see. Maybe about 40 years left very much putting everybody give us a call at 614721 roof. 7 to 1 roof letter folks. Get your scheduled up, Be more unhappy. Clinton CIA. There's a pretty good chance that myself personally will come out to take a look at your house for you. You can reach us on the net at the metal roof company dot com. Our Facebook page The metal roof company in the middle of the thinking of a roof company and 7 to 1 roof. 71 roof gives a bus out of curiosity. Did you wake up one day and here a dog bark a roof? Griffin decide you wanna become a roux for how does it happen? That you get in the roofing business, You know, just like anything else happens. One thing leads to another. I've been in some phase of construction. My entire life and roofing is something that I naturally gravitated towards. I've spent the last 20 years in that industry. And folks, these air quality people. That's why they work with us, and that's why we work with them first class, they know how to treat their customers, their employees. It's the same thing with Germaine family boots and pretty much everybody we work with is no. We're fortunate we we screen our Remember the first lunch? We had Bob Evans. I want to get to know No. I just wanna get to know my sponsors and no Scott. No, Dan and no, everybody we because I want to be able to send you to one of these guys and I know sometimes problems to come up. 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"toland" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have
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"toland" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have
"toland" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"You name it I've got it you want to get on my car right now do you think the college is the best thing for you right now this is called inside the rain what's it about Frank well it it's about this college student who is bi polar and who is thought to be suicidal and so they're going to expel him from school and he decides to prove that he's not suicidal by making a movie about what happened when people thought he was suicidal and there by expunging his record in getting to stay in college the interesting thing about the film is that the man who made it Erin Fisher actually is bi polar so this is semi autobiographical and here you have a a bipolar man making a film about a college student making a film so that he can stay in college it's an interesting idea as I say it's only semi autobiographical this didn't really happen to him it's a comedy drama and it has a Texas connection to in that the actress Ellen Toland who plays a sex worker actually who helps him kickstart of fun to get this movie made for his college redemption comes from Dallas she's a a Dallas native so people who might know and and you might want to see your on screen have the opportunity here the film once again is not a complete success it's too contrived you get the idea that if the guy had really gone the I ever bought autobiographical routine stating to the instead of trying to make this rather contrived comedy about his college experience it might have been a better film nonetheless it's interesting more for the backstory about how it got made and who is making it than it is for what actually turns out on screen but nonetheless it's an intriguing experiment you might say and as such an interesting choice for the weekend right let's shift gears to a horror film days favorite about a defiant teenage boy struggling with his parents divorce it's called the wretched.
"toland" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of canceling the nonstop coverage of a lot of ability which was Texas good operation Peterson's wife I'm Nick junior show continues here on seven twenty WGN you know Steve Miller is one of the most proficiently horrible Reimers of lyrics in music history he's responsible for the for for the worst rhyme in music history now abracadabra I wanna reach out and grab you that's bad you know it's a bad run he is responsible for the stupidest rhyme it didn't take the money and run they went down to el Paso it ran into a great big Paso change the word hassle to have so so we could run it with el Paso my favorite rhyme in music history you are here and we're talking about magic we had a a really great mind reader here earlier who just freaked me out mark Toland is his name and he did some amazing stuff and you parts of it work I can you know he kind of had like a magic kind of feel to it it's a show so we want to talk more about magic like what.
"toland" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"And the one was like toss where the guy had gone to recurrent in the suspect by twenty five got his typewriting in the aircraft he stays up. Sixteen hours goes to a ball all game with his kids and wife and winds up somewhere on the bottom of Lake Erie. It's amazing when you read some of these losses Let me just go over. Control Take off in the premier jet. The Guy was impaired with a young girl on board S. P. Airplane That was impairment. But he's a paint his typewriting today before four but they sh- super s to believe it was Indianapolis reforming. Indiana can't remember took all post maintenance that aircraft age seventy plus pilot. Piloting is why host avionic upgrade in probably didn't know how to cycle instruments died in Marshall beautiful weather departure by twenty Sales off the coast of Fort Lauderdale pro flown single pilots hypoxia. I'm GonNa go these days when their single pilot it's right there they pl l. h. and it's also in high-performance Erica's these jets erred. They're not inexpensive those are pricey crashes. Aren't they dollars are mounting up. I mean it's like a a cash register. Here S to Nevada crashed on landing. The airplane was engulfed in fire. The pilot got out that was still on an investigation but preliminary indicates there may have been intoxication. These things are inexcusable. The one that gets me a TB 'em the twelve hundred hour pilot in pro pilot turned to loosen airplane. He's two hundred not at the marker denial s approach. It's the goal around. But because because he had an unstable Ostra approach airplanes full of where they've got to do something Bush the power of switched all spun the Airplane Lake Wales whilst the of autopilot at altitude I was in that weather. I was going into Sarasota when this crash occurred. I was in the same weather and a PC twelve. This got to cough on the East Coast. And I was planning on the West Coast of Florida and the ATC Jomon listen up airliners included. We've got a problem and it was that airplane coming apart and the weather and and it was hard weather and It was professional weather and again I had that experience and I determined that I could make it because I was on the backside of and he was on the front side that was building Montana what about this one blame out professional prove single pilot. PC twelve kills thirteen in people in a place. Airplane had thirteen souls on board that airplane twelve or thirteen. Yeah wow so. They were sitting on each other's laps laps just sitting on the floor. Yeah kids two or three strap per seat you know. And he didn't put in the airplane at a fuel imbalance failed to Do anything about the fuel imbalance when he finally did something about it. He overflew to airports and when he was trying to land. He had controllability problem because he has a full wing. If you live on zero result is terrible. TV eight hundred Atlanta. This is one of my favorite guy takes off single policy entre and he's over the top of Atlanta via far quarter fifty five hundred feet because over the top of Atlanta and his wife's get their bill. He was flying sideways. Well never engaged your damper. So He's flying sideways for about twenty minutes laws over top of Atlanta sent. He's still flying sideways. Airplanes totally out of trim. The UN torched the fuel flames the engine out and lands in the field. They both walk away but totaled airplanes. What type of these together? It's just their pro and non pros and every screwing up so the practical consequences to those who are operating single pilot high-performance aircraft now and they're trying to get insureds words. That can't get it if it's over five million bucks value on the airplane and you're not pro qualified. You're just not going to get insurance. No one company needs to take one hundred percent of the risk. We're doing what's called faculty debris insurance where one company will rate on a ribs and say I'll take twenty or thirty eighty percent of it and then you as a probe or after go out to these companies that you represent and try to broker the same risk five or six times and come up with a hundred percent Eh. It's time consuming and expensive expensive and it's even more bad thing when you have a loss because instead of having one company Eh take care of it which you do the lead company you have to wait for all the following markets to agree to disagree and follow suit. It's to get the claim paid so it's plunging us into very complicated landscape as a broker. Will you go forward trying to ensure the single the pilot operations. We will as long as they will. Listen to us. We don't compete with other brokers Willie You might have heard the the single pilot stand-down I said. Gentlemen if you'll do what I ask you to do like engaging that journey I need certain things to plead your case before the judge judge and jury. And if you're willing to let me do that singularly I'm happy to if you have other thoughts about competitive as and marketing then then maybe someone else who is a better fit. My job is a broker for a client. Is that of the do -ciary I give my best advice ice and go to the companies and get their best price and the most coverage I can get comeback. Compare sit down with the client. A lot of guys think insurance is a commodity audited that you can buy cheap this year and maybe cheaper next year or this broker with a knocked ten percent off here there it does exist but that's the mindset and you have to get beyond that you had to find a strong knowledgeable horst arrive in this very very difficult terrain. You spoke of a of a lesson learned long ago. I guess you were in college. Flying that DC three and you had to do a certain qualification to get into the left seat. Can you tell us about that. Oh absolutely when I was a kid buying up the line basically. I was In college and if you ever wanted to they get into the left seat or fly the beach eighteen by yourself or single pilot beach. Eighteen or DC three. You had to fly to seasons. Two Summers and two winters is Bob. Picks wiggins would not turn you loose was a captain and that was stone. He said you have no experience. Just because is you have a lot of hours and I'll tell you what that resonates with to this day. Do you apply to your own customers. You know actually I do Everybody said how many our joined the if I get this. Many hours can fly. And I'm going you know it's actually at this point. You have to think in terms of if I engage in insure today and I'm relegated to dual operations only. It's probably at this point game going to be a complete season in other words a twelve month period. Your insurance before. They'll consider something different so the single pilot would have to fly with another pilot for twelve months. Is that what you're saying. That's what I'm saying. I think that's where we're heading and pretty much reaches back to early flying days the pilot community has to look at itself. And so we have to be self policing or the Fed will take our privilege and apply additional draconian measures appears to try to stop what's happening. You have to step back and say today a day that I have to go like that guy that might that but to the ball game but was it to spend another night have nice sleek get up the next morning and fly your jet home. We've been speaking with Lance Toland a veteran pilot in aviation an insurance specialist. This is William Garvey editor of business in Commercial Aviation magazine. Thank you for your time and your interest..
"toland" Discussed on Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast
"Absolutely they've experienced a number of losses In the last year I pulled losses that basically indicated gated that broad spectrum again that the single pilots are not adhering to the same safety disciplines in many cases that The professional crew or single pilot crew is adhering to and bids causing a lot of problems. What is doing is those guys who are single? Oh pilots non-professional although they might be a CEO or president of the company owner flown imply to ATP standard. They're being pinball is because of the negligence of others. It's not a win win for anyone and I had some ideas on how we might change that one of the articles that Arroyo was back in a fifteen and it starts out on a ten hour flight back with Lanta over the top of the list. I was thinking about where we headed it. Most likely where we'll head and says given the events of the last six months airline travel has had an eerie air to it. So what happened was we had airline airline losses that set us up with the Malaysian triple seven with a disappearance and the The Indian Ocean and then we have a number of other. Ge Accidents and I'll be glad and Shirley article with you. It's just that there have been influences. Both air carrier and Ge but GE has had a worse record unfortunately then the airlines the airlines have had a pretty doggone. Good record up until the Boeing backs so many influences or pausing reading for the underwriters and with the exit of a number of underwriters. Who Take certain pieces and parts of brisk? They're not there anymore is there. There were three things that stand out among the single pilot losses. Is there a common thread aside from them being all by themselves. Is there a common uh-huh and thread to the type of accidents are having that you'll recall the policy stand down. I was pulled ten losses. We're just off the top of my head. I started out with a premier jet taking off at Fulton County airport in Atlanta that I flew out of as a young guy in school implying. Played Out of Also there a single pilots departure out on that same runway a year and a half or two years later against single pilots. They crashed within a mile of the airport. There was another other citation S P lost the Atlanta for the older gentleman. An aircraft had no idea what he was doing with airplane according to the C. Vr. I think the common thread on these one of was incapacitation. One was an experience Probably in my opinion they not have been the right thing for him to be in the cockpit as a pilot period. It obtained his single pilot.
"toland" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me
"But this surpassed my expectations are for like you said, in a in a world were come Adi's hard. Good comedies are hard to come by full five. Mom with my family was an absolute diamond in Nevada this year. Absolutely brilliant. Yeah, maybe the rock should not have got to be on the poster. But that's, that's okay. He should be on any post actually shouldn't. They will almost say. That's your five then is it? Yeah, that's more on. What's what's not on my list that so news? Well, I advice fighting with my family and us. I also have book smart I gave five out of five. You know. Genuinely? I'm slamming comedies this year. But books Ma is another really great comedy. We've a lot more depth than just be an funny, teen comedy, Burks Mars absolutely deserves to be in a top five films of the year and lost for foreign worm, which might be going about now. But everyone was raving about it for a short while while and it's documentary, but it was hilarious. And so in its heynen, soften, it deserves to be in is fire the fire festival festival. This is enjoyable. I mean, it's, it's a so of disposable documentary. Right. It's like it's not the biggest thing in the world. I really had a coach moment where everyone watch what the F and it was actually got survey in it till a bunch of new stuff. John Toland about really what would happen to a bunch of privileged kids if there was stuck in an oil and. It talks about the real definition of cheese sandwich. I want someone was really willing to do for a bunch of water site for that. The has put that should put it into this. That's definitely a of people would say ROY Moore's property. The best Netflix original produced thing this year. But finds God the conversation for the entertainment value, right? Absolutely. Definitely. So, yeah, that my five Ramos last year. Right. I've always row mood in there. Was it last year? Because it was in the AFC is in compensation for Oscars this year. That's why I'm getting a bit bit confused on that. But anyway, more importantly, what what we all films of the year so far getting contact with us on Twitter at took filming to me. But anyway, John, Jesus Christ. We're in should we go for review? Yeah. I'll finish the years being so far they right? Oh my God. Yes. Yeah. I mean yeah. We there are some disappointments and there are some some lows, but there have been some shopping right highs. But the fact we're having these conversations pretty much every week where we're even talking about a film, which is absolutely transcended us, and blew our minds or we had silence high hopes for, but it completely done the opposite, that still Sar shows the royalty and everything everything subjective. So as far as I'm concerned, the more conversations we're having the more diverse the choices are then all of a sudden it's a great year for films Longmont continue and Germany cannot wait for our interview pod where we will basically be true in the fatten pulling. Paul. I've a wildfire. But if you had to bat for one film, though, say right now twenty nine film, the monitor MC you what is the one that you'll go back for right now is really tough because they're all of those goods..
"toland" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Icy room to grow same thing goes with Harmon best wrestler in the building we cannot allow a minute by a lot. Yeah. Best restaurant the building. And there was no. There was no the fellow champions. That's the best restaurant in the Bill. There's one of these things was a boy amongst men, but there is no room as his coach to allow him to feel satisfied said three time all American is a three state champion. He goes down as greatest wrestler in the history of Wesleyan high school, but he has a division one scholarship waiting for him. And he cannot be satisfied. It's a very tough spot as a coach where you want to tell them how remarkable this and also leadership and character, right harmony. His top in many other things, but it's tough. It's tough. You just you just can't tell him. You know, what I don't have to do that. With is Landon Davis Toland Davis a number of years ago. Our relationship is solely based on the results that you get this term, then he went and won the freestyle state tournament with the best of friends. He comes back the next year. It gets fourth. I haven't talked to him since. I'm not joke. Hey, I know how bad that sounds. But every kid is different. I'm not making a joke. Every single kid is different. There was something about when I could see it in his fate. Oh, this is actually motivation to you did not talk to him for he wants state of call them twice since I tell you if you like that how do you like that for mayor, weather friend? But it love it. HMO the home team for for a minute. And give these kids some shine. Going back to Brunton nicest kid I've ever met that that can go out there and just flip that switch and be a killer. And then the second match ovaries the nicest getting young agree. There is stuff though. I mean, I tell you. This is exciting this is and he's got to still in front of him, the the only part of his rests. Okay. We can stay right. There is his top. I love the way he's on top. I love how busy is. And he just annoys you, right? I mean, putting that claw right in its using his size is using his reach you using the legs. I love everything is doing a top. I have plenty of suggestions. For some of his feet wrestling some of his bottom Russ I'm being a little critical. But again, we cannot allow him to be complacent at this point. Because this is a guy that could go to Fargo for the state representing your school is is one thing. But when you go to some restaurants about representing your state, and he could bring home some hardware, but we can't be complacent thinking tough, but I'm sticking by. You know, so impressed with Jordi. Oh, thank you for bringing. Him up. Well, what a great human though, right? The kid forever. Never name was Jordan his actually Jordi so Jordi it can be on the medal stand next year. He depending on what waits they go. He could be wrestling Ricky in the finals. Okay. Oh, yeah. I would I would not disagree. I was thinking about what you're saying. On the way. It's yeah. Yeah. I agree with you. He is very skilled in the one thing that he does Joel in practice is. He just does what's asked of him. It's that simple. His recipe to success is not complicated. If the coaches talk, and he's not as the coach wants his attention..
"toland" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"Let's talk a little bit about visual storytelling because I wonder if this is as we mentioned this is the infancy of cinema. We are still very much in the early stages if not or the mid stages of silent. Cinema and the different very different type of storytelling that takes place because of that, you know, that that's obviously changes drastically. When dialogue gets put into the mix. I wonder since you still teach this film regularly that. Charlie Chaplin has to use certain devices in order to have us understand exactly what he means purely on a visual level, and that's in part because he has to be very direct because film audiences at that time are still getting used to how to receive a film, and I wonder almost if students today are in the same position. Because watching a silent movie is not akin and the slightest to watching a contemporary Hollywood blockbuster, or even even you know, your kademi award nominated movies of the day. And I wonder if it almost resonates on the same level because we're almost as. New to this type of storytelling as audiences were at the time. I that's a that's a great point. All I know is this it works with kids today. And I and and to me the distinctive elements of chaplain, storytelling visually are these and one he himself made such a point of. And that was I don't want to re frame. I don't want to move the camera more than seems necessary. And I want to keep a certain objective distance from the characters in question. He he's he's he's really big on that. And and to get a little nerdy here. One of his one of the people that he actually influenced without knowing it was Francois Truffaut. One of the great leaders of the French new wave and Truffaut often sites that he wants his camera to be as calm. I think was the word. He used. As chaplains but something else about chaplains visual style. And this is you can see it. It's the early language of film trying to find a way to talk and trying to find a way to express itself. It's the use of the iris in the film. The iris is used a great deal and it in many silent films often is used at exactly the same speed. It opens and closes at the same speed not in chaplain chaplain times the speed to the moment in question. If it's a comic beat that iris moves quickly. If it's a serious sadder beat the iris who slowly there's a lovely exchange of irises, if you will early on in the movie of the the bad guys who didn't realize it was a baby in the backseat of gotten rid of the baby and they drive off quickly in the stolen car and the iris goes. Very quickly down right after that. We're back to the mom and she walks off slowly into the distance and the iris goes ever ever ever. So slowly on her. That's all we need rhythmically to let us know. What happens? I take that back. It's not all we need. We need something else which chaplain also provides and that's the music that he wrote which is so rich and so beautiful, but we'll leave that for a second. There's another great iris moment in the film where you can really see an early effort at deep. Focus and deep focus is something's not going to come in to film for twenty more years in nineteen forty one with Gregg Toland and citizen Kane, and the little foxes, and it's the moment where the mom has brought some gifts to the poor children..
"toland" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"I would like to recommend a movie that i was certain i had recommended or someone had recommended before i went on flop house recommends stopped making sense a claims that it has never been wreak claims that has never been recommended it seems like it would have been recommended when we talked on the previous fifty shades movie but i'm gonna go for secretary in oh oh never recommend second apparently yeah wasn't like a new movie no old that it's like a rediscovery or now's the time for america read to fall back in love again with secretary but if you're gonna watch a movie about a dominant submissive relationship when i watch one that's good and that's secretary i mean secretary does it has the exact same character arc as all three fifty shades movies but in one movie yeah well i mean but also i feel secretary doesn't like vilify the sex necessarily but it does it does show how the mail is like doing things wrong and correct that eminently he's he's doing things wrong corrects himself yeah you cracks his is controlling behavior and but it's also genuinely sexy in a way that none of the fifty shades movies are and so got great performances by majel james spader may joan halls breakout role yeah so james spader breakout role watch secretary who young on the recommend a very different movie it's an old movie hey guys i'm gonna recommend them recommendable be called come and get it which is spelled c you know grow anyway it's it's an allstar movie all around it was directed by the credited to being directed by howard hawks end william wyler which is crazy and shot by great toland and this is at a period where it's kind of a minor movie for all those guys before gregg toland really like got into his style we think of him with with citizen kane and longman's dunkin gregg allman.
"toland" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"It sits small simple scene and it was like that says everything about who those guys were they did what they had to do they didn't make a big deal about it and then a lot of them came home and got crapped on that's true and you see that to that in a couple of really startling scenes there's no i just i'm so glad that you're bringing it up who's the director william wyler wiler absolutely wiler gregg toland shot had worked over said filmed overseas during the war did he'd make the memphis belle documentary that i think maybe i should know my wiler rottweiler e anna better but it's just i just think again what wyler's that kind of director who much like the characters that you're just describing yes he did draw a lot of attention to himself it's not a bunch of showy camera moves or when they remain this bill the showed the original documentary along with it and it is awesome and frank share frightening i mean those are real bombs but he's the kind of unobtrusive director that i think doesn't get again they don't get their due like it's just easy to overlook because it's so subtle and it's so un showy and i just want to just i feel so strongly about it you know this is the kind of movie that we should be celebrating and should be like it should be up there it's an employee i think it's very important american movie about and as you say it's a perfect snapshot of that timeframe and there's so much of that time period in that moment of time that we still deal with today coming home come close i don't know i don't know why you're not letting me have my best.
"toland" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"So rosa gada who was the vp of pr at espn recommended me rosen arbor from roses villanova grad and we were friends from philly so i went down there to speak to the husband and wife rick andy ray and can hanes and i said why would do this i don't wanna be a pr man but i will do this for you to open it up and they told me that they were going to get into entertainment too so i said okay then it'd be great but i want you to teach me syndication business how you clear stationed how you you know the advertising piece how you make a deal with the conferences so they said sure so kinda they offered me the job i went back and it was in charlotte i went back to chicago toland and she said sure this is what you gotta do called bear stearns and said i'm sorry guys i you know on the sports guy so that was my one time to get out and there's the bridge to what i did next i went down to charlotte very different first of all wasn't gago the weather was real nice one day i got a call and and then say well don't come into that say why what's a matter so it it's new two inches they lose everything though is really wild lived through hurricane hugo which was a hurricane came into two hundred miles inland knock down a bunch of trees or power out for two weeks that was great and i opened up their pr and promotion arm and they never got into entertainment we had promotion set for different for series of four shows you know anything they ever did which was fascinating was they syndicated a show done by graceland was called elvis's bracelet where his wife took you on a tour it was already package it was already done they did it twice a year on his burr.
"toland" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Midseason race in indycar of course yeah well it was a great marketing ploy for him and and undo did very well i i wish he was by in next year certainly pay today's see messages but you've got to be in it to win it does lee was superb of his fellow and max i think that that really encapsulates the vice guiseley stunning right others did fall off max had a real weekend to forget could apparently the surprisingly found a load of power but just at the point that was qualifying loaned the vice yes can't remember what the because if you both of the red bulls retired within seconds of h other ricardo had incident i don't actually recall remembering why didn't have it instance toland five at the end of that even any replay of him stopping but he did just time we were a lot max and his puncher with with hamilton stuff won't my exactly 'cause max having his incident at the same time i'll see people distracted as well but never caught a literally appeared to stop on the side of the trekkie he did say tentacle problems after the race sidecar rebel precisely what those problems were i'm sure dying enlighten us at some point but yet both both red bulls either crash to stop to the same time stop and did limp around to the pit lined with his punch tire and continued but even hey when it came back out had further problems i think with the engine or something the mantiri retied on the on the line became outs on his out lap from the pits so it clearly wasn't the weekend to be red bull and if you say the reynaud engine.
"toland" Discussed on You Must Remember This
"When shooting bela ed gave very specific instructions to his cinematographer on what light right ms eyes to make it look like you staring out into the world just like in white zombie woods cinematographer didn't know how to achieve this affect but lowly in lagos he did she had been bela secretary on the set of white zombie lilian said some one get a cardboard box someone went and got her a shoebox and she poked two holes in its and told the cinematographer to put the light behind it it's hard to judge of ed got the lighting of fact he was going four in part because glenn or glenda is only available to stream and a color as version that flattens out whatever photographic affects whose shoestring crew was able to achieve for what it's worth the same fate has befallen the outlaw a not great film with truly beautiful black and white photography by greg toland and that's a travesty in the case of glenn or glenda and the other ed wood movies available on i tunes it's hard to say that the color as asian makes the movie wars and in fact a dozen hands the kitchen camp aspects of the films which probably makes them easier for modern audiences to watch what it does not do is obscure edwards legendary lackadaisical attitude toward quality control in order to stretch.