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"tom allen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"tom allen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Evo Platform. 6 25 Alright, The Drumline is clacking. I'm ready to talk some sports its copy to all right, Toni Kroos. We'll talk some college football. Shall we believe it or not? In two weeks from tomorrow, the big 10 and in Indiana Hoosiers will open their season in conference play. Mind you on the road you can't blame Coach Tom Allen for not wanting to step away from a challenge. I'll go on the road to face the other Iowa Hawkeyes. First I got to get through camp, and there's a lot of bright spots for the Hoosiers as they return a lot of folks this year and a lot of folks coming in for the first time. Six FT. 1 £215 Running back transfer Stephen Carr, who comes to Bloomington via the city of Angels, Los Angeles, where he had a great time out playing for USC. And that delights are you offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan, especially on what he's seen from from his running back here in camp. He makes people miss and he breaks tackles to me when you look at trying to get people the football You're looking for guys that can do that. I can make people miss and break tackles and, you know, get you a four yard run when there's nothing there or get you a 12 yard run when it should have been three. You know, those are the types of players that certainly make offences, explosive and score points. There's been moments where Stephen certainly has flashed in that area, and we'll see what he brings again. The Hoosiers opening the season that at Iowa two weeks from tomorrow. Let's take it inside of the court. The volleyball court last night in Bowling Green, defending national champion and third ranked Kentucky Volleyball, split four sets an exhibition play with 16th, ranked western Kentucky. Western Kentucky won the 1st and 3rd sets. The Cats took the second and the fourth and for Western Kentucky head coach Travis Hudson, he said, was good show for the Commonwealth. It's a lot of good volleyball going on out there, too great programs such a showcase for the state of Kentucky and to see our fan base turnout like that was something that is a real Impact for our players, especially during two a days and in a time when they're really, really fit fatigue, so good to see everybody in diddle it was and now both teams go their separate ways. Coach Skinner's Cats are off to date in a week from today for the date and tournament facing Texas State and host Dayton Will coach Travis Hudson's Hilltoppers are off to South Bend for the Notre Dame tournament a week from today as well. They'll face Oakland and host Notre Dame. Meanwhile, the 13th ranked Louisville volleyball team and coach Danny Bust boom. Kelly will welcome those Dayton Flyers to L. N N. Federal Credit Union Arena tomorrow before heading to the Arizona State tournament a week from Friday to face Cal Poly and Texas A and M Indiana will host their cream and Crimson scrimmage. Tomorrow at two. A bellman will open their season a week from today against Chicago State at the Eastern Illinois tournament in Charleston, Illinois. Speaking of betterment. Congratulations to this guy. After starting 2000 and 12 as a manager embellishment Scooter Galloway has worked his way up to the ranks and has been named director of basketball operations for the Knights. Galloway is no stranger to Louisville, having worked with the Louisville bats, serving as a substitute teacher with J. C. P s and at the sales High school, where he was an assistant basketball coach after earning his baccalaureate degree in Sports administration in 2018. Galloway is currently working on his M B A at bellman. And it's a big motorsport weekend starting tonight with Louisville's own Ben Rhodes at the Camping World Truck series. They'll kick off at their playoffs by the way at worldwide Technology Raceway. It's just outside ST Louis roads and nine other drivers will compete, and then they head to Darlington and Bristol in the first round, and while they move on to the round of eight roads comes in at the number three, see just two points behind Austin Hill for second As he's made. Five starts in Gateway with one top five and three top 10 finishes. Action gets going tonight at nine o'clock on FS one. That's look at your sports Add NewsRadio, 8 40. W H A s A couple of minutes. Afrin will clock in the news. Let's head to Wall Street now for this Bloomberg money updating Courtney Donahoe. Hey there. Good morning, Tony. Let's get.

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"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:52 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"It's really quite macabre on the back. There's even the still kinda congealed gore and blood and hair and things fake blood. obviously anyway. i thought maybe one of you would like to own that slightly grotesque piece of movie history and as well as loads of other odds and sods t shirts posters that cetera. There is one of the bike. Helmets that goth jennings. And i attached to the members of radiohead when we did the video for the track. Jigsaw falling into place in two thousand and seven i told york and jonny greenwood to sign one of them and that will be up for auction as well. I'm hoping that These items and other bits and pieces will be available to bid for on my ebay page sometime in early may and then towards the middle of may hoping to do a live streamed event from my nutty room here in norfolk in which i'll show a few clips until a few stories about some of the items in the auction before final bids are taken. That's the plan a let you know how it goes okay. That's it for this week. Thanks very much indeed. Once again to tom allen. Thanks to shameless murphy. Mitchell for his production support and to matt lamont for his conversation at it skills thanks shameless. thanks matt. Nice helen green. Who did the artwork for this podcast. Thanks to eight cost for that ongoing support and thanks very much indeed to you for continuing to listen especially you because you listened right to the end you know a lot of other people. Don't listen right to the end. I know it seems unbelievable. Such a great time at the end of the podcast but they just for whatever reason think they've got more important things to do but they are not getting sonic hugs. Unlike you if you Them then back with..

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"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

05:19 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Sponsored by chipper matic. I would like to remind you more cynical listless. It's just the first phone app. That i tried when i was looking for Things to identify birdsong and so far. It's worked quite well. Although i haven't really tried it on anything particularly challenging anyway. Look are take notes. Remind to check out the tape notes. Podcast it was such fun appearing on there and getting suggest crap on at great length about my musical efforts and they did a really nice job of editing. It altogether and sounds great so check out my appearance on the tape notes. Podcast as i said at the end of the lost episode with kazuo ishiguro. I plan to do this auction at some point. I think it was going to be in a few weeks in april. But i think i'm gonna give myself a bit more time and do it more like the beginning of may i thought about doing it a few weeks back when i was still in the process of sorting through a lot of my stuff that i've accumulated over the years and throwing things out and sorting through my parents stuff. And you know i. It's this whole last. Year has been a long sorting process. Which i mentioned a few times on.

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"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Though because there's a bit where claytus drugs dale he has heard drug today kale. Yeah so that he can basically have his way with her. Do you remember that. What what she's taken into being a concubine concubine. Yeah yeah. yeah yes. But she manages to like subvert she just has the strength of she comes round from. Yeah that's right. I think she's so strong. Well she realizes what's happening to her and she zaps yourself out of it before the worst happens. Yes that's is that is very troubling. It really is. Because i went to see it with my family when it came out. What is it eighty. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine hundred. And i thought it was terrific and my dad though. What's he said that was a very sinister film. Indeed true. I mean there was a loved odd stuff going. I remember when and premiered discovers that he's not with dale and he just looks at other concubine goes you then. There's one where the emperor's daughter who's in love with flash flash princess aura princess aura. They're innocent of a bit like super when they have like a dingo in but that's bigger than the majority boats anyway. They're in like a spaceship version of that. Yeah not that. I know about superior spider. Let's give it a say. By the way. I live on the ones i've seen in the magazines. My dentist and coming to land or and she. I'm sure she has the line. Just basic like release the flaps. And it's such a ridiculous like line which has a chance. This film is just teeming with ridiculous. Innuendo yeah. The whole script is littered with kind of either super dramatic language which is so dramatic. It's tipped into that camp realm which something independent doesn't have that kind of ability to quite what that difference is but i suppose it self awareness that kind of like. oh yeah. This is obviously the campus thing that's ever existed like that's right. I mean that kind of camp doesn't really exist anymore in mainstream culture doesn't though is that i you. Is that the role you played you. Think nowadays to fill that gap because i'm thinking of they used to be a certain amount of that that would pop up in mainstream culture that the man tv series in the sixties was your much like battle. Yeah and now all that is gone. Because of the model and the dc franchises everything is played straight literally directly. Yeah and it's all it's super serious now. This isn't camp. This is the high stakes. This is doc it's important. It's not just a cartoon. No i mean susan's tack has brittany essay on camp. But i think that for me camp really is taking the serious and treating flipping lay and taking the flip and treating it seriously so. It's a seesaw a reversal of how serious we take things so it is. It's always playing with that which is deemed most serious. Because that makes the world more bearable. I think that's what camp comes from. So i think making a story about an alien emperor who is bored and wants to play with the earth and doesn't salomon super grand is a way of kind of playing with the the the oppression in the world and the horrors of the world and going. Hey look how ridiculous it can be if we play with it and then it loses some of its at least some of its power and disappears into the realm of playfulness and acting out which feels so much more palatable than the reality of the situation and makes it manageable..

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"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

03:19 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"Who's born in nine hundred forty one. My dad's sense of it was right. Lots you're basically doing this for yourself. How you seem because you want to use big words. He wanted to express how you feel. Well this isn't a time for you to feel something. This is a time for her to mourn her husband. And and i suppose i was like yeah. I suppose it's not part of the performance of my life. It's about somebody else and so yeah difficult to know what to do there. Isn't it but yeah. I think simplicity is probably best thoughts and prayers. Find well whatever you wrote seem to work because as you say you became friendly she invited you to see a production of hms pinafore and croydon the garden and you got all dressed up goes chair. Attendance yes yes. And how would you be at that point. So i think about fifteen sixteen at this point right quite young and she's so nice to you. The whole anecdote may be quite emotional really. Yeah because i just thought god people can be very kind and nice. You know what. I mean yet. I have been very lucky. That i've often had people in my life. Thus far who have been very sensitive and very in tune with kind of me being different condemns of supporting that and supporting nian and great kindness and she did encourage bay at a time. When i felt like. I don't know who i am going to do what i'm supposed to be doing. What jesus. I guess it's going okay. But what is all this life about. And she was like. It's great to be different. And it's wonderful because you still hadn't come out at that point no way and the very much the mindset for me at that point was i'll never tell anybody and earn at the top of a grand house and i wouldn't even see anybody else even though i was crushing on people dreadfully and really in love with people and in my ear and stuff and i didn't have any way of there was no way i would be able to explore that because as well again. It doesn't feel like it's that long ago but because if things like section twenty eight to which meant that teachers in schools they weren't to couldn't promote homosexuality. Yeah which guide have promoting it. I mean as if we can't promote ourselves that's right. The idea was that if you sort of talked about it if you normalized it yes and you just sort of implied that actually there was such thing as you know. Being gay is normal in some way. Then that's tantamount to promoting exactly and that's going to dissolve the fabric of society. Exactly like there was that's homophobia that was used as a slur just to call someone gay and it was really in my mind. It was the worst thing that i could possibly do. Because it would know what it would result in. The only thing were late nights on channel four where people either died or were beaten up and killed there. Were there positive stories about what happened. You come out very different. I think what happens a bit more now. You know we didn't talk about anybody being gay at all. And sometimes when i'd go on television talk about sexuality big gail the top because for the first twenty in my life. I wasn't an to mention it. It wasn't me. I didn't make it. A big deal was made made it illegal so committed schools. But it's kind of difficult to explain that. I had no idea what it would entail. Would i be thrown out hope. Would i be disowned by. The whole community are grown up. I had no idea and you have to live that in your own head..

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"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"To wandering around mom and dad's house and just sort of feeling low because nothing to do and so. I thought well the idea of having this formality would be great. But no one could understand that and i think i then have to explain myself. I'm to give up explain myself and excuse me going to go. Listen to michael. Parkinson play some frank sinatra radio too. Yeah that's a lot happier One of my favorite parts of the book is way you talk about your relationship with the lady who ran the saturday afternoon drama class that you billions it as has happened. Miss hammond patricia hammond of the patricia hammond. School of dramatic art. Yes so you had been to her classes. You admired her and then she got in touch with you as a teen after her husband died. Is that right Yeah we kept in contact. And then when her husband died we became friends. Really well first of all you wrote her a letter of condolence. Tell me about that because that really struck a chord at reminded me of my dad a lot the way. Your dad responded. Really how interesting. Well i sort of fifteen sixteen years old at this point. Receive this news and thought well up until this point being obsessed with etiquette manuals and reading about reading again about formality and often these books were written in the late nineteenth century. So were full of the victorian customs of mourning debretts and all that kind of got it right. And so i took it home to. I would write to reform a letter of condolence expressing my deep sadness in kind of very florid terms which actually would i'm sure being endearing but perhaps wouldn't have seemed sincere proper and very right deep. Sadness was exactly the time when formality comes into its own because it's a kind of framework cling onto in times of turmoil. And so i thought this is perfect. Until i wrote this long letter. I showed it to my dad and he went out to rai. All this doubt doubt right just write thoughts and prayers tub. We got right distract thoughts and prayers. Tom and family one. That's it that it doesn't feel the direct opposite of everything. I sort of thought you had to do belt..

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"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

05:20 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"I thought you'd like him. What are you listening to wizard. And a true star. Yeah i think that was the album yet to come in. And i saw then light is that that's on their as yet. Yeah we'll maybe something anything anyway. Yeah he's an interesting guy. I feel bad. Because i feel like now the way we discover music through as spotify or indeed. I tunes is that you don't see the album whereas i used to remember getting an album and listen to the album that tracker and i'd let it play. The background goes still play off like this song and then get into the whole album. There'd be like one key track. Take me into the album. Yes i know. That's a bit weird now isn't it. What kind of numbers is todd. Rundgren racking up in his top five What songs on spotify like. How many listened says he got. Oh no actually probably not that many. I didn't think that many people know about him. Which i like. Because it's the same with for example rufus wainwright. Yeah i remember getting very interest waned in the mid two thousand. And i was like he said i love him and then everybody got into him and was like. Oh my god. I went to see him at the eden project. You know the types. And then i was like. Oh they're everybody's interim now what it's not so special to me. Now something special. I still do. Love him todd rundgren. I saw the light is his top track on spotify. Thirty three million listens and counting nearly thirty four out but the other day i was talking to my son. I had a wonderful moment with my son the other day. A great little shining moment in lockdown and we were painting a wall in his room where the paint is all flaking off and he kept on saying attack. Can we do something about as like yeah. Let's sort this out son. We are going to sort this wall out. It's going to be a father son while we were doing on diy. I said sticks and music on and so he said this. And he put on a tract by radiohead called how to disappear completely. Oh she's beautiful song. And it has these unsettling strange almost atonal strings that opened the track at the beginning creating this weird unsettling mood and i said You know where they nick that from and they have admitted themselves jonny greenwood said on documentary that they stole it. Almost wholesale from scott walker really. Yeah it's a track of scott walker's called it's raining today and it's sit amid period scott crooning but things are going a little bit weird. You know scott walker and a little bit. Yeah no actually. I think i'm going to write writing down. But i said to nettie like have you heard of scott walker and he said no and so i stuck on its rating today. And he's like. Oh wow yeah. That is the same idea And then we went on a scott walker. Jack and i ended up playing in a track called the electrician from kind of comeback album. That the walker brothers did which is really extraordinary very odd half kind of avant garde experimental spooky almost horror film music. It's about torture And then there's periods where it's very lush and straight and beautifully melodic and he listened to this and he's like oh my god. That is everything. I love about music in one song. Oh it was so fun just to have that thrill of seeing someone experiencing an amazing piece of music like that..

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"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

05:13 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

06:31 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Question all the time for some reason is west lamma. Well yes you know. Why isn't this. Why are we making this glamorous. Well i again. I got to come back to my book. All the time that i thought about him and i was writing book. That's my say of you. Know like wanting to make everything exquisite and wanting to make everything perfect and and again i think it's deemed as i was saying flippant for us by a lot of mainstream society to go. Why do we spend all why you spending all day preparing a plate of cruelties. When you could be you could be doing something practical. But i would say the crew. Today's the important part of the meal at first. That's the most that's the one. That's the one that we have. That was so bad and a traditional medicinal. We looked mother nature for all her healing gifts. We believe the plants can do some pretty amazing things. That's why we use medicinal greater herbs like echinacea eucalyptus and ginger in our tease to help soothe support your body. Naturally every which way we turn mother nature is there to remind us that. She's got her back. Visit traditional medicinal dot com and use code. Well twenty to see what makes our tease so incredible. The wait is over. The walking dead is back. Don't miss the extended tenth season featuring six new episodes each focused on different favourite characters. Get ready for high stakes showdown emotional reckonings and more info about your favourite walking dead survivors. Start watching the latest season today and catch new episodes of season ten early with amc plus from season binges exclusive content too early access to new episodes the best walking dead experiences only on amc plus get lost in the walking dead universe today available at free and on demand sign up at amc plus dot com amc. Plus only the good stuff. So you know things like that and kind of see. yeah. I remember at school and that kind of sense. Don't show off throat making stick out and actually again. It goes a bit like a protest to go. No i want things to be lovely. Why can't be lovely. Why why isn't it. Time to make the desert look exquisite after people and be kind to be in that way. It'd be generous to be able to make a fuss. And making fussing day decorate everything and i enjoy the fun of playing with how competitive that can become but of the at the same time. I think it's a it's a very drab world isn't it that is totally without that exquisite. That's an i love. That rove share shared a beautiful post as part of the communications of world aids day. Lovely story from Somebody who growing up. They'd had gay men as large as in the mom's house and how these gay men who called themselves. That very godfathers had always been always a little something about everything and always delighted to making everything exquisite and and a new and opinions and really cherished the only person's opinions and and made them develop their own opinions and loved whatever they said whether they agreed with him or not. Just yes. that's the beauty of all the particularly the older generation of as as if queer people i think many who was only lost as part of the aids pandemic but i think who really knew about what that those experiences because they had the grown up during a time when you had to channel your energy into the arts or to learning about things and loving things at a time when it was so difficult to be openly expressing your sexuality and and i love that cherishing of every detail and every we must go to the opera i do you know what i mean christa. People like that. But i was growing up. My dad had a. We had a family friend. Andy and he was a dancer in the west end. And he's my grip on the streets. My dad and he's somebody for some. It was like and what you think about this. I want to think about that. We're going to go here. Let's talk about caravaggio. And let's talk about this wonderful. Not if i once had on in venice and then when i went to crete i had this experience and i'd never seen anybody like it you know. So much of hetero normative society is about basically having omelettes. What are you gonna have tea. And that's great too. I love celebrating. That and i just think i know there's such a people are so quick to to slam any kind of like celebration of life and eager. None of us here for a long time. We have a good time. Why shouldn't we be allowed to live. Exuberant lay and the thing i write about is sort of within that that like why if i go to be ashamed to just delight in some lovely wallpaper But i think. I think that if you very easily assimilated into the environment in which you were born you don't have to look that far beyond the end of your nose to get everything you need. Whether that be sustenance or love nutrition or like emotional stuff as well as physical stuff has been whereas if you if you prop on planet earth and you start reading the room and working out how things work and you're like ooh okay. I do not yeah. i'm different you end up. you feel like it. Visually i hit my head is like a torchlight isn't just four feet away from you. It's one hundred feet away from you. Could you have to look through the yes. Yes yes and that opens your eyes and also you're hyper aware it's i have this theory where people like nice lighting. I put the big light onto so you can well. Yes but i was upset. I will be dimming again. I've got a dimmer switch to want. Everybody could but i was thinking that quick like nice lighting a muslim. But it's because you are actually really hyper aware of your surroundings because you have felt a threat. Oh a very young age. Yes when i hadn't thought of it like that. i like that. I say sensitive very sets that's why with deemed office sensitive to lily livered. Lefties my friend's mother..

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"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

08:21 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Of losing their job frankly because you had a lovely teacher who said. I'm not allowed to tell you this. Yet they tell had a wonder. Okay people yeah. One one told us he told us. That section twenty sixty a child. You know what the legalese school is said. There was my staff room at school. There was a bit like a wage whether i was gay on on. And it's just like someone kind to a child. Go and ask them if they're right to. Yeah yeah and. I always hate that thing of like well. We always knew you gave you gave before you did. And all that mike it just to coming out i think is so fraught with emotions. That are so difficult to explain. It's like the idea of straight people using it as means of humiliation again. I just think is really unkind. But i've got on a high horse here and come on your nice lighthearted podcast as a comedian and another thing. I'm angry about should've just started. Lbc intake negative bromley indignant very indignant. I've got this bottle of champagne. I'm going to open in a moment to loosen up. Then i'll get then then i've got some opinions. We need to open it. Come on let's open. I'm on my. Yeah let's do it celebrated. Well thank you. This is my last year. My release day. I'm released from prison but from four and let's pretend to imprison lance i you know i can. I describe the ruby rid. He has if you're lying beautifully. Spoken man who in his wonderful book talks about What are you doing. I'm going to open my bottle. Okay liking glamorous things that perhaps it was unexpected for him as a child to like he. He i don into this zoom and he is in a georgian paneled room in a full suit and tie and is nothing short of everything i could ever have hopeful dot com brand okay. I'm always on brand. It's a main under. Yes in you ship but my dad said to me clothing is not about how you look. It's about how you feel. And i thought that was. That's good advice and so i like that. I like to symptoms whereas huge because it makes me feel nice and i feel proper then absolutely. Yeah okay so now he's gonna and now he's gonna champagne and he's going to open. Because this is the sort of life. Tom allan leads. He's popped the cork. This is incredible. Didn't stick a story straight away. So that's a plus looseness. So chair is is the only drink. I've had to the neither release of my book and i'm very glad to be sharing it with you. Chris and vice versa. Game mentioned something in the book about going on a cruise and you went on a gay cruise which i love and i want to talk further but talking about how gay men cool each other she. Oh i mentioned that. Yeah and i just want to talk to another gay person about that because i think it's a really really hot topic because a lot of people listening boost say that actually game including show that she is quite misogynistic. And it's you but for me personally the idea of cooling other men. She was very specific. Haven of being allowed to show my femininity. And there's in a safe place because it was very attacked. When i did it in other spaces. Yeah i think. It's i think i'm totally aware of how know how people can be annoyed about it and in the book. It's not actually me saying it. Just listeners it totally is. He's like no over here. It's no you overhearing. Aggripa gay people going onto crease. And they they. According to the she and i was like oh but why do you think people find it annoying. Well i think what you just described that it's kind of it's who've seen is why i don't know what i wouldn't like to say i didn't exactly i would want to be with somebody else but i suppose it is it kind of could offer god's sake have a gopro champagne and i would agree with you that it's kind of about playfulness and for me cam. I'm very interested in camp word. And as a as a thing. I think it's about playing with the world around you. And making it more bearable and making it lighter and taking the constraints of hetero normativity in all their forms and playing with them and bending them and having fun with them in a way that makes it acceptable to be different because of it's playful. Then go over which is having a laugh but actually fundamentally i think. Humor and lightness has been a hugely important part of a lot of our history. I think in my opinion and that's not to disregard that like of course there are times when things have to move on and we must acknowledge other people's if anybody would be hurt for example by upset by that. I think that humor has been very important tool for people who feel outsiders because it allows them to process the world and to present themselves to world the finds them unacceptable and make themselves seem more acceptable. I completely agree. And i think what what mystifies me is the concept that these two things live side by side one is camp is dismissed as frivolous disposable useless but is dealt with as if it's horrendously threatening frivolous why did you give a fuck. Yes exactly and yeah because it is threatening what it's threatening to is it. Is this question but is it is. I sometimes wonder. Is it actually in the in the actually once you're on the outside and you're able to interpret the world in a playful fun way actually feel stuck on the inside. Actually you're going well. That's not fair. I've got to do all this. I've got to put on his boring performance and they can just do a may lie. Well that's not bad. I'm always trying to work out. Why the world is so fucking strange and why people have such an issue with trans rights for example all these things i think i think it all comes back to safety. I think people wanna feel safe. And i think there's something in camp that makes people feel unsafe. This is a theory like who who knows. But i think that it's about you know this very old and silly idea but it once upon a time it was about survival was that men do the heavy lifting women do the caring and camp is about men crossing those boundaries or women crossing those boundaries and that upsets a deep survival level the status quo and therefore must be squashed. That's my only assessment. I mean i mean that. That would add. I suppose but yes and i suppose if somebody who's going i don't treat. Yeah the world seriously that is threatening or that is is kind of like you say frightening if it means food might not be on the table if you take it to the most disastrous end and i think that's why even in covert the arts and knock accounted for. Because they're considered yet maybe maybe but how campus go. Why was i find interesting. Is why a we as queer people not to generalize but drawn to camp so you said a wonderful thing going. He said a one which i think is an extension of camp which go on. Go on what was it. I'm sure it was wonderful. Will you might living with your parents. And how they were going to get a new kitchen and they insisted on getting like some old woman from being q. And having that an old one but know it was on sale ex. And you talking about how you would bring the pyrex dish out the ovens straight to the table instead of putting it on you you like. I bought some serving crockery whatsoever. And i thought it was incredibly funny. Because i could really relate because i think there is something in inquiries and maybe it's k- maleness don't know about the.

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"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"It'll be safer. So i'm reminded of nicky haslam. Who came on this because many moons and he said i think he was his opinion he said i think that sex and spoils it i want to just behold someone i want to look at them. I want to be around them. But i didn't want to have sex with them and that's me and that's my version. Which is you know. That's his his choice. And is it is it that for you. is it. the. I don't want to do that or you. Just don't feel the you can call native be. i suppose if i'm honest well i suppose yeah i mean i wouldn't be i wouldn't What you described it in the he hasn't said but i think there is some. It's the emotional stuff. That's the as the frightening so you know it's the sense of being in love with somebody is is very frightening because it can you. If it doesn't count it can very helpful. So yeah and i think that you're talking about what is we're lucky to be living. In twenty twenty that you're talking about one of the many facets of love and being a person who can being a partnership just being a person can be and they're all valid and everyone's on their own little everyone's on journey exactly exactly and i think that I suppose it in some ways feels quite new for society of even being able to explore. That discuss that. But i think fundamentally human beings voice kind of trouble around pau cin down there and saying i think it's just a about embracing. Yeah enough is really scary. And i think even being in love being you know the one thing i think people talk about is that being a relationship is is i think sometimes people portray and you can be complicit in this portray relationships in places where the communication is great. And it's all hunky dory and you really like each other and you know each other's ticks and you know exactly how each other works sexually and how the mind works and what they're attracted to that's rubbish you know it's actually it can be as opaque as it can without Being in a relationship with someone. And i think that it is an intensely complicated in everything i really love. The end loved. Absolutely you can get by particularly as a queer person. I think you can get by on certain versions of love and versions of relationship so intimacy you know you can. You can have long time relationships when in fact you were never it was never intimate because to into to be intimate is to expose yourself and you don't want to do that and you've been told you shouldn't so i i think that being in love or being in a relationship doesn't mean you solve that problem a tool in some ways you've actually found yourself in. Sometimes you found yourself a band aid. That looks like it on the from the outside it. Isn't it in truth. How interesting i never. I never thought of it like that. Yeah i think there is. Simplicity in the way that relationships and love is portrayed. The doesn't include any of that kind of complexity. And i think and i think that is always greener. Whatever the yeah. I think there's a since. I've always felt of everything will be fine if i was in a relationship but.

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"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

06:47 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"The listeners who might not realise. Chris has podcast microphone. You hold as though you are in the middle of a constantly. You're singing a greatest hits and it's very endearing through the cape playing with the cable is one of my favorite things. The way people you flip up the cable move it around like dusty springfield would down. Everyone wants be more dusty no well except skirting boards. I mean all right always on you. See always i love her. Okay so what i want to say. I is congratulations on the book because it is absolutely hysterical. O while being full of searingly brilliant observations that require someone to properly reflect on who and what they are and that is writing and it's beautiful and it's really hard to. Oh that is such a lovely thing to say thank you. I really enjoyed writing it. It felt quite cathartic to a lot of sort of incidents and things. I remember from my teenage years. I had kept a diary so a lot of the time excerpts from that but putting on the page book meant that it condensed it all in and was a good process may lose when you write something you go when i'm writing so my own. This feels very personal. Then you forget that at the end people are going to read it or hope. Hope what have i said. I said too much. A i've been very flattered that people seem to actually relate to what i've been. Thanks so i feel very proud that you say that. So there's kind of two versions of this book that could have been written. I'm one would be the stuff about shame and that would be a really important. And engaging burke but wouldn't translate in the way that you've done because it's too heavy whereas actually what you manage do tele a fucking hysterical story about going to see an old lady fatih but really what you're talking about is five different things to do with being outside and the queer experience and all of those things in a way that we can relate to than what was important was to not do a linear narrative at times like i didn't want to write a very even when we get stories told about our experience. I think they're often quite simplistic as in. Here's somebody struggling with their sexuality experience but of homophobia and then they triumph over it by beating that person up backing proving themselves wrong or they do something flamboyant to counter at all or they finally come out and then they turns out the person they fancied cdl. It's time fancy them back and they have a wonderful relationship. It's never been as simple as that today. And it's always been much more complex andering and an unsecured us to to get to any any destination in the i think human beings we do peculiar things. We do the unusual things. I i was bullied at school and beaten up. And my response was to do a julie. Walters monologue which wasn't triumphant at all. Like from alan bennett talking. It wasn't triumphant. it was. It was what i was writing down. The editor was like. I think we need something. That's like and then and then i realized this and i was like no. It doesn't go like that and coming out. I didn't want to seem like. And then i came out and everything was fine because actually i think it's i thought it'd be disloyal to any to a lot of people because i think it's a journey to about self acceptance and getting to a place where you feel happy with yourself and maybe you have a relationship if you want one but it's often deem as and then you get relationship as soon as you come out and everything's fine and i sort of wants to go. It's not always simple as that. The whole methods. Believe me from the from the frontline right but did you your to your chapter headings alike speaking and dressing and swimming and eating maybe as one as well yes and i thought what you were going for their which i thought was lovely was it permeate being different permeates everywhere exactly that man and it as a small child. I knew i was different. And it wasn't that i was like. Oh i'm gay at the age of four in the sense. That i wasn't like and i want to. I want i fancy that are the boy. It wasn't that it was a sense of something. I suppose more profound. I just knew i was different to the world around the seemingly did yet exactly as you say premier everything like i had this push for my parents posted. London's my dad's a coach drive. A minimum works works in the army navy. Which is a department store not part of the miniature and people why why just like that. My school was a school wide. You i don't understand you post you parsh- speakers and gay gay knows i'd have to deny exit was no way come out. No i'm not no but as an adult looking was tired why it'd be asked me that my heart would we think of other people. But why. but why. I didn't explanation wireless. I like this. I don't know why i've got eyebrows. I bowl night. it just wide. Explain myself to you. And we spend so much explaining ourselves to other people and actually sometimes go shovel off as alison. This is a very polite daytona. put us i made. Let's look to go the grown-ups how bad you wanna go. Fuck yourself. why do i have to do. I have to explain myself to you. I am i. Maybe maybe talked like this day. Maybe maybe i talk with a russian accent tomorrow but it's my choice is up to me. Isn't it almost like difference. Radars spotting different different is sort of not yet and i think it's a way of controlling people as well gone up but why it's for me. It's like put it across such as if they're doing some investigative journalism. But they're not they're just being assholes. Yeah i never woke up somebody. Who why are you wearing that jumper yes i. It's policing is self policing isn't it. It's really boring and you so fifty percents of your tiredness comes from being policed. The other fifty is come. Comes from the anticipation of being policed. Going to happen next. Yes yeah and. I think the reason i called the book. No shame is because was has been huge strides in representation and in legislation huge changes which have been very positive. But it didn't it doesn't mean that just flicks a switch. Because i'm thirty seven. So i grew up under thatcher a section twenty eight and a time. When it wasn't there wasn't equality legislation. There was an issue of contagion school. And you you couldn't teach you couldn't say to me. If i came out they couldn't go. You're gonna be fine. That's absolutely fine. You're valid bond. Bersin they'd have to be like what they'd have to say to be honest but if they terrified.

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"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"To part two of our episode with tom allen. Who is the very funny up comedian. He's the host bake off and his retina. Really funny book called no shame which is all about his experiences of growing up as a quaker really. He's such a funny radically honest. Brilliant person. i'm so looking forward to hearing this component. So here it is. You spoke in the book about something. I so massively related to the i was just like it and i know a lot of people listening well about the sort of body horror of having to get changed swimming gone. Yeah and as a small child. I wouldn't let anybody see me naked. Which was kind of the cuny of really it felt. But then i've learned since there's lots of children now that i think. Why do you think that was think it was a sense of not being comfortable with the world that not knowing how to express that and so it came back on me and then i focused ashamed of being of my physicality. I suppose to have these elaborate rituals of getting changed with the towel. The took forever. I know john cobb. Forget the site. That was looking at who i think are especially as he takes special. Because that's what i'm saying. Yes all that stuff did. But did you relate to that. Then i really did i think. In retrospect i think that everyone's experiences their own. But i think what was going for me with that because i absolutely did not want to be naked. I was. He didn't want to be naked on my own. Which i think was the weirdest is the i ha. I remember you saying that. As well. I think i had on a very low level. Sort of body hora. The i was a boy. And i knew that and i was okay with my agenda but my gender did not tally up to whatever was telling me. My gender was an actually at a young age. That is a lot of the is quite physical or the that was betraying. Me was the physical and never had that express like that and so i didn't like it. I didn't nowhere. I felt like. I often have spoken about feeling like from the neck down. I didn't even relate to my body. i didn't know it was there. I can feel it in the post both ends but because this thing was not letting me down in some way because it wasn't matching the ideas that i was being told of what a boy should be and how a boy should be i..

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"tom allen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:38 min | 9 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Tom Allen and Indiana, the head coach, said critical execution and critical moments. Is such an important element for a team to master and right. There is a critical moment you're in a two minute drive. You're trying to keep your game your team in this game. Your quarterback execute your wide receiver executes. But one of those all offensive lineman doesn't matter if all other 10 guys do perfectly one guy make miss executes and has a hold. And everybody pays the penalty. Stephen Jones, filling in at right tackle called for the whole 10 yard penalty back to the 37. Brown loading up throws right side into coverage. It's incomplete. Two receivers were in the area. Michael Pittman and the tight end hunter can't lawyer goes in, complete with 32 seconds left here in the half that looked like it. Elementary soccer scrum right there were about playing a hall. The kids get around the ball, and they just kick each other in the sins. Shin's. There were two or three receivers, all banging off each other, and defenders all banging off each other. That was not a beautifully executed, executed college football player right there. Second down in 20 coming up for the Ducks, trailing 28 to 14 32 seconds on the clock, second quarter from the Iowa State 37 yard line. Three receivers right one to the left. Steptoe Brown Brown with pressure coming throws over the middle. It is complete to Devin Williams at the 30 Yard line. He's surrounded by Io state defenders and taken down day Trone Young takes him down 25 seconds left in Oregon's going to stop the clock here. And use a time out. They have one remaining. Get back about half of the yardage that a lost they were 2nd 20. Now they're gonna be 3rd and 10. And it was Anthony Brown, looking down the barrel of a blitz. It was a seven man pressure that I was state has brought. They haven't brought a tremendous amount of pressure. They've been more content. Dropping into coverage and tightening those coverage windows and it was Anthony Brown, looking down stairs down the Blitzer that was unblocked delivers to the open receiver over the middle of the field. Let's get back half of that yard it but that the impact of that holding penalty to go now from a situation where you got touchdown put points on the board. Now you're in a situation where you're trying to survive. 13 12 now and if you can't convert here, you're limited to a field goal. Gotta look in replay it that hold on. That was that was an obvious call to make. As Stephen Jones had full grasp of the defender on the line of scrimmage, so 25 seconds to go third down in 12. Now for Anthony Brown in relief of Tyler Shuck. It was no surprise that Brown Get some time. But this'll is now his second full Syriza's on the 29 of Iowa.

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"tom allen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"It's been sprinkled in with some surprises marshall coaster carolina liberty louisiana tulsa. Cincinnati's numbers seven. Byu is eight. Indiana has also been one of those great stories. This was something that stood out to me according to espn stats. It's slightly harder for a top twenty. Five team to go undefeated against cincinnati's ten game schedule then ohio states seven game schedule which i found pretty interesting. I don't know if we're putting a since natty on the same level or byu is some of these other schools. But i hope they get a chance. This is why would have hoped that they would had maybe an eighteen playoff to allow some of these teams the opportunity because not everybody's going to play the same number of games the indiana hoosiers four. No right now. Their head coach. Is tom allen. Who joins us on the program coach. Congratulations how surprised. Are you that your four. No right now. Going into the ohio state game. Thanks dan have me. You know i'm not gonna tame surprise. Because i'm not you know. Rt by building to this point the last several years. I'm sure not everybody agrees with my letter. Germs locker room in our players. You talk to them. They would give me a response. Your voice sounds about eight games into a season. Not four games into a season coach. You gotta take care of that voice. Yeah i need to do quite a bit of yellow. You did the players understand like if you yell. Did the players know they're in trouble or they're they're just that's how you you coach them. They'll know the difference. I'm usually pretty loud in general but it'll change in town when it's not positive but I just Coach energy. So i do a lot of communicating with her team and try reinforce the good into bed well also fans so the players can't say i didn't hear you coach. They can hear everything. How what did you think when you watch the ohio state tapes. Its impression you know the thing that jumped out to me is just just field. I mean he just he never hardly through the incompletion. I mean it's it's amazing how he so accurate and he just landed an extremely high level in every way They look similar in terms of. They're just so big and physical. Lotta great athletes. Schemers really really good coach. She knows so but when he got glare like justice. That's why i thought last year team was different than the previous played against Because of his own football so accurately so effectively in his athleticism is is elliott. Is what else i easily. What makes them really special. I think makes them. Different than dwayne haskins was there because he can run into an throw it you know doing a passer and the run through..

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"tom allen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:03 min | 10 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Think it depends on the teams. Are you still nervous at jameson. Turn the ball over like if you had a good run defense team you go like a foles or somebody. More conservative. james has high high risk high reward are used to be at least. Yeah i mean. If i wanna boring offense then nick foles wanna conservative offense than nick foles but who has a boring offense in the nfl. While like the ravens the niners ravens had a boring offense just this year before this. They were a great offense by right off a run. Don't turn the ball over like your defense win. Control the ball all that stuff. I just don't understand the carson wentz phenomenon like the topic bar that all of a sudden it was baker mayfield and then all of a sudden we moved over to carson wentz here. Let's his dacca's hurt. We can't talk about him. Oh my god you're right. Back was playing no matter how he was playing. That would be topic number one. How do you guys think. Nick foles is does. He seem like he's about thirty six. One step away from me on account brother thirty one thirty one years old. He went around. It's russell right. Yeah exactly state quarterback prime brandon in arkansas. Hi brandon. what's on your mind today. Well dan i just. I just got a call on patrick mahomes voice over from yesterday. Oh yes yes patrick mahomes. He sounds just like him. Yes yes now. My only problem would You called me. Dolphins fan man. I can't live with that dan. I'm a diehard bills. Fan my buddy wade and all my bills backers. They are getting to me here. Okay okay how did i call you a dolphins fan. What was said that. Maybe i thought you were dolphins fan at the very end of your sentence. You said dolphins fan Oh you know what. maybe it was. Put up there by marvin and said brandon. Arkansas dolphins fan. So do you want me to.

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"tom allen" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

AM 1530 WCKG

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"tom allen" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

"12 Big 10 Conference schools in action for a week to the 2020 season. Illinois, Michigan, Penn State And Iowa, of course, were opened up their home schedules today in his first game as runners had killed since 2011 great piano led the Scarlet Knights to a 38 27 victory against Michigan State and snapped a 21 game. Big tin losing streak last week. Rutgers one, It's big tin opener for the first time and claimed a big tin road victory for the first time since 2017 Northwestern head coach Pat Fitzgerald earned his 1/100 career win last Saturday, becoming the 16th Big 10 head coach to reach that milestone all time. The Wildcats had their largest margin of victory at 43 to 3 win over Maryland in a big jam game since beating Illinois 48 0 back in 1970 Wildcats also recorded their largest halftime lead in the conference game in the Fitzgerald era and their largest margin of victory in a season opener tonight. 18 65, Speaking of Northwestern, they own the special teams Player of the week in Charlie, Cuba, and ER he's seen your kicker from Springboro, Ohio. He was a perfect three for three on field goals. On a blustery night at Ryan Field. He converted two of those field goals from 43 yards, including one It's time expired in the second quarter. He also was successful in all four p. 80 attempts to total 13 points on the night. A check of the U. S Banks scoreboard is around the corner here on the Heidi Big Tin Today report, but first we get a preview of two other conference contest. Around the Big 10, Indiana After a huge programme win for Indiana in their opener last week against Penn State Improvement is still the focus for the team as they hit the road to face Rutgers on Saturday afternoon. Tom Allen challenged his offense, primarily the offensive line to extend drives after Indiana was held just 211 yards of offense last week. Oh struggles caused. I used defense to be on the field for more than 40 minutes of regulation. Now the Hoosiers Space one of the Rutgers in week to a team they beaten in four consecutive seasons, reporting from the stadium in New Jersey. I'm Greg Murray around the Big 10, Ohio stage a critical week. Two baked in class takes place Saturday night state colleges. The third ranked Ohio State Buckeyes visit 18th Ring. Penn State. Ohio State is coming up 52 to 17 women the opener at home against Nebraska last week. Back just in field start of the season. 2021 passing in accounted for three touchdowns in over 300 yards of total offense, but seven of the last nine meetings in the Siri's against Penn State, including five of the last six of Beaver Stadium, Three of the last five matchups between the two have been one possession games. PrimeTime game with college GameDay on site Saturday night is the Buckeyes and the Lions renew their East Division rivalry with Ohio State. I'm at Andrews.

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Joker, Commentary

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

10:16 min | 2 years ago

Joker, Commentary

"Going to be a podcast her everyone laughed at me well no one's laughing now and Stewart and this is the host who always has negative thoughts Jacob joker a movie that I could not believe have the height around it that it did I can't recall the last time a superhero film was Ben so polarizing I mean people worried about shootings in theaters people saying Joaquin deserves an Oscar yeah it was all over the place coming out of Toronto Oh this is going to be the film of the year it's going to get all the Oscars and then Todd Phillips director opens his mouth and got a lot of backlash for what he thought we're comedy was these days yet all the place with this film that said I got to say this one took me by surprise I assumed that DC was in free fall. I mean we have all commented on how their output has been inconsistent can we all agree at best putting it nicely right that they have not had the scene unless nece that the Marvel Universe has been able to bestow on all of their works when I heard they were doing a one off joker movie I was like that sounds like a bad idea story are you getting those marvel paycheck saying they're in free fall I mean wonder woman made one of a billion dollars off man made a billion dollars what kind of free was that will somebody say well I don't care what the hardcore people think the truth of the matter is a lot of their movies have stone DOC and they've not consistent the fact that we have a one of joker movie this joker that we're told will never appear with Batman what the hell are they doing marvel would never do that is what I guess I would say sure but I don't mind that like what is the best spider man film Spiderman entered the spider verse like that is not connection to the m. c. you or what Sony is doing with Tom Allen's spider manoeuvres etta any of that so I don't mind a one off if you can just pull off a good movie I don't care if it's in any kind of continuity villain standalone movies making a Superhero movie without a superhero has not been something I've thought has worked before I mean Holly Aries cat-woman Tom Hardy thinom they could never figure out how to do sinister of six I mean you could even probably throw the Star Wars prequels into that concept having the super villain story told without a counterpoint of heroism where's our entry point who are we supposed to be with and what are they going to accomplish the you mentioned marvel I think that DC here is taking a cue from Marvel's newest acquisition Fox Todd Phillips talked about how it took a lot of convincing at Warner Brothers to let him do an R. rated joker movie but that was the only thing he was pitching and he's literally hearing responses from Warner brothers like we sell joker pajamas at target what are you going to do to our character that might hurt Pyjama sales and look at the roads that deadpool paved and I think even more specifically logan going more dramatic and being R. rated you can't beat marveled by playing Marvin those game the way you beat marvelous by making your own Fox did that and nobody is even see new mutants because nobody knows what to do with it again the X. Men horror movie yeah they've experimented sometimes those experiments have been successful I'm just saying approaching this project hearing the we're going to do a one off film about the region of joker seemed like a waste of time I was not excited about this movie at all until I saw the trailer Yeah Al admit I mean after seeing what happened to jared Leto in jokers role in suicide squad. We'll see at that movie he doesn't think he was in that movie enough he's got a scene it was not overly excited to see what they would do with joker now what I will say is somewhere at this very moment jared Leto has pissed Yeah Joaquin Phoenix get attached this because that's what I would have gotten excited you know he's one of those actors like Tom Hardy who's like a Nicholas cage who is just going to make some decisions and go with them they could be czar. They could be captivating like that trailer yeah they really tapped into Martin Scorsese in that taxi driver field but I was even more excited about Joaquin Phoenix playing this role and should be pointed out he is the man that would be doctor strange he has quartered comic book movies before and walked away saying this is not really for me why do this one he was also offered the role of Bruce Banner the reason he didn't do them he didn't WanNa sign multi picture contracts he didn't want to do what Chris Evans and Robert Downey junior did where the next seven years of your life you're working basically as a day player for marvel here it's a one picture deal and the ways they got him on board for this one it was Todd Phillips again Joaquin was connected from the very beginning and the Pitch Phillips gave him is we're going to make a real movie but we're going to get warner brothers to fifty million dollars for it by calling it fucking joker yeah how did Todd Phillips and doing this because I've seen a lot of his films old cool that hangover trilogy these are not things that I associate with a Gritty New York Scorsese style film you saying that and coach when I look at this filmography I hadn't seen most of what he meant. Yeah they're bad comedies well he makes kind of comedy I don't patronize the I'm not ever interested in watching skin hutch that's just not something I'm going to see I did see war dogs which I actually thought it was a little underrated I thought it was pretty good it's okay yeah kind of fell apart at the end yeah thought it was decent as well and it was four dogs that actually got this happening as he was at an early screening of war dogs with Warner brothers and realize is is exact phrase was war dogs wasn't going to set the world on fire as so he started talking to Warner about what could we make that's going to really get attention and do a little bit more be a little more provocative look way down on his resume his first film and you might actually see why he really got the Gig I was doc I didn't realize I had always heard about this documentary about the punk icon singer G- yeah I did not know top Phillips did that I have seen it ooh those are some live performances you wanna be careful with he strips down throws a species tough stuff to watch yeah I watched the movie I was like Oh I've always wanted to see it this gives me an lent reason it may be the closest of all his films to joker it begins with an actual endorsement from John Wayne Gay see another killer clown so yeah brutal I don't know that I'm telling people I recommend that experience be prepared I don't say this lightly it is very punishing it is very hard set is provocative and ways a lot of people probably want appreciate but you can't see a director who's very much trying to confront a freak entertainer and I do think at a core G G Allen and joker are two sides of the same coin so I would be interested to see a guy that came from punk rock bring a punk rock aesthetic to of joker movie if we must Gotcha Joker Origin Story. I WanNa say though I'm hesitant because I mean I always liked the way Keith Ledger played it how did I get my scars there's a danger and telling US definitively how joker came to exist right. There's something about the mystery we want to leave I've always liked the mystery the funny thing and you can go back to books and Nachos where in our talks about the killing joke written by Alan Moore the joker says I always change my story but here's the version I'm going to tell of my own gin and they tell an origin story and then just as origin story we're just GonNa make that the real thing but yeah I've always preferred him to be like Batman rewritten so obsessed with origin Martha Thomas Wayne Getting Killed and the pearls and walking out Zora all of that that has been told so many times joker being the opposite of Batman I liked that you just this mysterious chaotic clown figure that comes out of nowhere yeah I've definitely was thinking the killing joke when watching this and how it took elements of that in that Comic Book Joker was a failed stand up comedian who was kind of down on his luck in a rundown older Gotham city but I came in I think we might be seeing virtually and adaptation of the killing joke minus all the Batman stuff no they definitely go in a different direction with this but it gave them a good starting point and joker said he likes his origin story to be multiple choice. DC is having both ways they're gonNa make their continuity multiple choice switch movies do you want and continuity go ahead that's weird for me that we're seeing something that I should not think of as a comic book movies essentially what they're telling me don't worry I'll have nothing to do with Zam Aquaman wonder woman and all of that I mean did they even have that DC logo they have that old school Warner Brothers logo show up no DC logo okay and yet I mean it's not just your average comic book movies this movie's doing bigger than a lot of films I mean it's opening bigger than the average thor film it's maybe not topped here it's not spiderman but I'm not really it's no atman though it's beaten that man right yeah this is going to have a ninety million joining in the US. The biggest October release of all time is it Halloween in the mood for something kind of scary after it we want another killer oh but it's shocking to me the box office for what essentially feels a little art film is so huge and that it's rated R. You can't get teenagers in which is where marvel makes its money is they are aiming specifically at thirteen to seventeen year old market with their PG thirteen films and yes adults can like it in younger kids can like it but they're keeping that content for a rated R. Film in an error where in my experience it's much harder for young people to get into a rated R. Film that it made this much money is shocking to me I expected it to do well I didn't expect it to break venoms record

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