20 Burst results for "Tom Taylor"

"tom taylor" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:02 min | 4 months ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Come on the show. I'll tell you know he's always willing to put the time in says. No i've never heard the man say no to be honest with you. I've never heard of no. Not that i know of i appreciate that. And you're tremendously gracious. What your time. And i'm not trying to fluff you but because you know i've i've said some shit you know problem being honest i know that. Yeah so I enjoy going on. Because i like. I said i don't mind being in a really honest for him You know obviously we try to try not to onto many toes here but at the same time we owe it to the people that support our our company With to people that are looking for answers of how do i. How do i do more to contribute to this. This danger that we're in as a as a a a bunch of like minded people to support the second amendment all of our freedoms you know how to we have we all stick together and find solutions. So that's why i like to do this. And i like to. You know whether. I said today makes a difference or makes any sense. We have to try to keep trying to do some things and and I enjoy a format like you with somebody who's willing to ask questions and sometimes you and a lot of times you and i agree and and sometimes we disagree. But that's what life is about. And like i said i hadn't really thought about oddly enough. I thought about the question that will you ask. Hey tell people what they should do. I don't even have a good answer for that. And that makes me go away and think about. What can i do to answer that question. Better unite both know the stuff you said to me will result in about fifty text messages in the next forty hours. Of course it. So you know you leave a always leader colonel out there and it's important and i think you know to touch on what you said. I think the industry does lack that open and honest dialogue and it's been craving it for a really long time and people shouldn't fear it. It's okay to have a conversation. It's okay to have an open honest dialogue and put some things out there..

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"tom taylor" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"It's an infringement on our freedoms and it's terrible but those are not most scary things out there. The most gary things out there what those could lead to You know it's just be horrific if that was step one and step two step three comes and do we become england who become australia's someday and those are. Those are scary. Things that are that are in play today right and it's frightening to know but what's on the table. Today are are just sort of the precursors to what might happen sometime in the in the future so again. Don't like to be overconfident. But you know Everybody should be diligent and be making sure they're prepared for anything that can happen But i don't think anything on the table today is is at risk of being implemented overnight. If you will you mentioned you know people staying on top of it and staying vigilance saint active. Which i'm all four but you know it's it's hard because it's where do you put your money right. Like where eighty if you've got twenty bucks in your pocket and you wanna give to a good organization and you want to support something you know what are you. What are you support you know. And that's the hard part. I don't even have an answer for that. You know What are you get behind. You have suggestions for people on what makes sense right now and you know. Is it just just by a gun you know. That's what i tell. People just support by purchasing a product. You know. I mean because it's hard that's a hard thing really for the end consumer. What advice do you give them. You know john. You're way smarter than you. Look that i always say the sign of intelligence guys asking a great question when it's hard to answer and you just hit that. What are you saying right now. Look you look really smart. But now that that's a great question because we we are the gun. Companies ammo companies the conversation. We started this this this discussion with you know we're all making money right now. There's a good market and and you know you you. You are thankful when you when you're making money in these kinds of markets and bailey. I obviously talk to our ceo and talked to him just this morning and we have money to invest in the cause and we gave five hundred thousand dollars to to the nsf. Just because we gave a significant six figure donation for the the house in georgia..

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"tom taylor" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"You can't be that late to the game that you're chasing it and like you said you've seen monster shows and i'm sure through your career you've seen monster shows die in two and three and five year spans because brands just ultimately say we don't we don't need to spend because at what number to six say this show doesn't make sense we'd rather just write the five hundred thousand check and call a good you know and nobody would blame you for that. I certainly wouldn't you know it'd be like packing up all that people in shit and feed and everybody it's a pain in the neck but but you know there's other reasons for doing it. They just have to flesh out the the the other areas and that's a flesh them out very quickly. They have to be willing to fail before they succeed. And that's a very simple principle. And i hope that they do. I don't think anyone sits back and hopes tom and the people. I talked to that they fail. It's kind of like you know. What do we really need elon. Musk in the room to figure this out. You know what i mean. Yeah i think it's gotta take some turns to to find some other revenue streams and and find ways to to Do what they do. And you know. I can go back and forth a lot We text a lot. And we talk law and i think there's a fine line between with the with the nss role is and they're they're very good as i said earlier on the back shop if you will what nobody sees and the dirty work You know they do that when they engage and other programs. They've had moderate success if they become the organization that tried to go out there and speak to new gun owners. I'm not sure that's what they're good at. You know it's not something. They've had a tremendous amount of success with so. Does somebody need to do it absolutely. And it is the nra a little wounded right now. Some of the programs they have to to reach new people. Yes they are so. They're not a great position to do that right now. So what we're left with is a lot of individual training facilities. Sig sauer kademi gunsight thunder. Ranch go down the list of local ranges. that's just a an organic effort to try to reach and train new gun owners and that's that's probably not the. That's obviously not the best way to go about this so somebody it'd be nice for somebody to take that on the. Nsf has to really stay focused on their poor Sort of deliverables to protect the industry. And then are they the right ones that had gone. If they can increase the revenue streams through other means and begin to take on create content. All those things they do a little.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

03:30 min | 4 months ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Amount of things. What could they do if they if they up expanded their efforts and dove and other things to help protect you know the industry and and some of the laws both the industry and and Submerse so it's definitely something that needs to be put in place so that if show ever goes down for these reasons again and i guess what we don't know as we said your day we'll we'll trade shows ever be what they what they once were around the world not just in our industry but are people going to feel comfortable jamming into a. You've been many times right you know. It's a forty percent of the people that go to show lead was some flu or something before covid You know so. Do those things begin to change over time People around a lot of industries early. Maybe i didn't need a trade show So that if that ship ever sales may make an example fortunately enough people understand the industry in the nsf. Depends on the shot show so there hasn't been a major company that said you know what i'm out of shot i'm just gonna go on my own But in these goes world as you probably know maybe twenty years ago they used to have a show that made joshua look like you know Comparing moby dick to a minnow with nike and under armor and adidas and all the sporting goods companies and then those same companies nike and adidas and reebok all decided. You know what. I don't need to go to this trade show. I don't i don't need it and died in two years so this show that was you know i think it was always in atlanta and the atlanta world congress center is one of the largest convention facilities in the world and it was filled with the the the super show it was called and it went away in two years and could not happen to shot show if if a number of may or three major gun manufacturers dropped down ammo manufacturer and then the next year to more than the next year ten more and then next for you know it's gone so it's and so two to have all your eggs in one basket is definitely a dangerous mode and I think i think we aboard the sf and staff the innocence of have to be thinking that way. What what what do we do. What's what's plan. i. You know tom. I said it. A couple of ways. I said you know i i i think step one they have to open shots. Show up to everybody. Just sell a ticket. I mean it's a joke that you need a ticket to get in. We both know that everybody knows that. Just make it a fee and allow everybody in. That's that would be step one to me. Step two would be developing online programs. Pay walls things of that nature. You know pumping some money into that and to content because content is the commodity of the twenty first century. And i know you alluded to the spoke on that The three developing existential programs. That are one legitimate and can satiate the new gun owner audience and satisfy them. So you know again i. I don't claim to have all the answers. I just think that what the plan now whatever the plan was needs to be scrapped. Because you're absolutely right in this post. Covid era that were in it's terrifyingly obvious in. Maybe the fitness industry was the canary in the coal mine. And we've seen it in other industries where flex magazine died in. The magazines are a precursor to to some of this in some ways..

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"tom taylor" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

John Bartolo Show

04:35 min | 4 months ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on John Bartolo Show

"Please check it out. Appreciate you guys. I appreciate every sponsor gallo technologies for one rhino metals for all the tables and chairs in the studio of course right on optics. And i have to thank the courts in firearm scrapbooks especial. Thanks today to six hour. Everybody knows sig hits home for me. It's a big deal. So when i have the opportunity to have someone on from sig it means a lot and i got the one and only the king of kings. Quite an intro. Tom taylor what's going on no way. I can live up to that you know that. Oh come on come on you deserve. It just goes well listen. Stig always has a soft spot in my heart. And i think you know that so You got some weather up there. It's not pretty but You managed to come on. So i appreciate you and all the fine folks over there so you got a great team. Now we we. We're used to this. And we're prepared for and i feel bad for the rest of the country. This is not prepared for this and not used to it because that's their some people out there struggling so Best out to those people. Because like i said this is a normal new england winner as you know but It's in some of the other states that aren't prepared to deal with this. It's pretty rough out there now tom. You're an industry leader in a lot of people are going to pay attention to things you say. And they're gonna watch closely six. You know so. Here's the deal you know. Take me through. What's been going on in the industry and how you guys are managing to get products. Not only to the distributor. This is a normal new england winter as you know in texas. Are you getting that feedback. hang on. We got a little bit of a feedback issue. Let me see might be better. Now we'd better now. I'm yeah sounds good Sounds better now. sorry about that what. I was saying tom as you're urine industry leader and people are going to look to this you know and for some one for some guidance right and understanding and really an overall where sick is at and i know you can only speak for sick but some things you know. I want you to put your your industry hat on. You know in some instances and give me an outlook but from a perspective..

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'We'll get through this': Mike Pence says 'no question' there will be more coronavirus cases, but 'we're ready'

Weekend Edition Sunday

07:17 min | 1 year ago

'We'll get through this': Mike Pence says 'no question' there will be more coronavirus cases, but 'we're ready'

"You it's been a dramatic few days of developments related to the corona virus Washington state announced several first yes date the first death of someone in the U. S. infected with the virus the first health worker to be infected and the first potential outbreak at a long term care facility outside Seattle more than fifty people are being tested for the corona virus the trump administration has also ramped up its response and here to bring us up to speed is NPR science reporter Selena Simmons Duffin high Selena hi Lisa so president trump held a press conference yesterday with members of the coronavirus task force what did we hear the president announced first of all that there had been the first U. S. death trump said the victim was a woman but authorities later confirmed it was actually a man in his fifties with underlying health conditions and he was in Kirkland Washington near Seattle vice president pence also announcing that press conference new travel restrictions in areas that have seen recent outbreaks are Ron and parts of South Korea and Italy up president trump also took a few questions and some of them referred to the fact that he used the word hoax in connection to corona virus on Friday he tried to clarify he was referring to Democrats criticism of the response not the virus itself so at the end of the week there were reports of a few positive cases that appear to be community spread in California Oregon meaning not connected to travel to Asia other affected areas the contracted rate here in the U. S. and now there are several more confirmed in Washington state potentially dozens more what's going on so the big change was that public health officials started looking for cases differently the medical director for infectious disease at the hospital evergreen health explained how it happened at a press conference yesterday he said that the guidelines about who should be tested changed last week you no longer need to travel history or close contact with somebody with corona virus so evergreen health looked at its patients and sought to with no travel history who are very sick with respiratory infections with the new guidelines they became candidates to test for crown of fight virus and both tested positive so one was the patient in his fifties who sadly died the other was a resident of this nursing home life care center in Kirkland local health officials realize that a health care worker from life care was sick as well she tested positive and that's what led officials to look into this possible outbreak so these might not be new cases then right exactly the remember the symptoms look a lot like the flu and it's flu season and health officials say most cases are mild so people might not be even going to the hospital for them so now that the new guidelines for food to test has changed and there are these new abilities for local labs around the country to do more testing we will likely see many more positive cases it's hard to know at this point how many more are out there a health official from Seattle king county said in yesterday's press briefing these newly confirmed cases are likely quote the tip of the iceberg but it's important to remember overall the risk to the American public is still low the important thing to do with the thoroughly washing your hands keeping away from sick people all of those method measures that you can take to protect yourself and prevent the spread the messages be vigilant but don't panic that's NPR's Selena Simmons Duffin thank you so much thank you the US has signed a deal with the Taliban that aims to end the eighteen year war in Afghanistan the longest in American history but there's already a glitch Afghan president Ashraf Ghani says he will free thousands of Taliban prisoners as yesterday's the deal called for joining us to talk about that is NPR's Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman he spent years in batting with US and Afghan forces good morning Tom Taylor so the agreement for less than a day old and there's already a problem how serious is it that on he says he won't release the prisoners well we don't know yet and I'm sure the U. S. and NATO officials will be reaching out quickly to Connie no the release of five thousand Taliban prisoners were supposed to be a precondition of the Taliban Afghan talks slate to begin soon Connie says he's not ready to release any prisoners before talks begin he said that prisoner release was not a promise the U. S. could make I I think it shows what many predicted the most difficult step was not a U. S. Taliban agreement but one between the Afghans and the Taliban so they're about twelve thousand US troops in Afghanistan what are they doing and and when will they begin to leave well right now they're training Afghan troops and also together with Afghan commandos going after terror groups like ISIS the U. S. troops will drop to eighty six hundred in the next several months but the military still says at that number the cans of both train Afghans in go after ISIS or other terrorist the agreement says all U. S. troops out in fourteen months no Layla that's faster told than some earlier plans to draw down in two years so either the Taliban pressed hard for a better deal or president trump just wanted the troops out faster so is it realistic than depends who you ask one official told me the time line is he called it optimistic and said the Taliban has to abide by the agreement to stop attacks break with al Qaeda and open talks with Afghan officials but here's the thing last September right when an earlier U. S. Taliban peace agreement was about to be signed the U. S. attacked in el Qaida cell in western Afghanistan and American officials told me when I was in Afghanistan at that time that the Taliban were also working with al Qaeda in the east near the Pakistan border so some question whether the Taliban will really break with al Qaeda so then how does the U. S. make sure that the Taliban is honoring the agreement well the U. S. in the Taliban will have some sort of a monitoring office in Qatar to make sure everyone abides by the agreement and yeah in in Afghanistan the U. S. and Taliban are communicating by phone or radio to report on what they're seeing on the ground the problem is U. S. troops are in small numbers in largely confined to bases and not out and about around the country like they were in past years you know patrolling with Afghans going into villages one retired general with years of experience in Afghanistan told me as a result there is no way the U. S. can effectively monitor this agreement on the ground or even witness if the Taliban are intimidating the population but the U. S. will stop the troop drawdown if the Taliban doesn't cooperate right that's what they said and it's likely even in the face of some television non compliance the U. S. will continue to draw down then military leaders have long said of course there's no military solution here only a political one resident trump wants to bring what he calls endless wars to a close no I'll be heading to Syria soon labels are check out the U. S. military mission against ISIS the president also is cutting back their their once about two thousand American soldiers in Syria now it's down to about five hundred or so that's NPR Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman Tom

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If a podcast is too long, a fifth of listeners never return

podnews

02:36 min | 2 years ago

If a podcast is too long, a fifth of listeners never return

"How long should a podcast be while if a podcast is too long, two thirds of weekly podcast listeners return to that podcast later and continue listening when they have more time. That's according to a survey of radio fans. However, twenty one percent say bait never come back winning to our advice on how long a podcast should be in our newsletter. And in our show notes. Dan Meisner has looked at two years of the apple top two hundred podcasts, and he's discovered a number of trends, including more society and culture podcasts than ever before we linked to how the apple podcasts charts work in our show notes and in our newsletter. And now a note of caution a company called planet TV studios as approaching podcasters with the promise of coverage on FOX business US cable channel it sounds flattering. But don't waste your time. They want twenty eight thousand dollars to highlight your podcast, according to one. Podcast who contacted us? If you've twenty eight thousand dollars to burn on an average of just one hundred and forty nine thousand viewers when at least you could support pod news to where pod news dot net slash support. Acosta's launched in France, yen Tebet will run the French business, formerly he was in charge of Spotify for continental Europe over four million people in France, listen to podcasts every month. That's roughly eight percent of the country says the country's Media Metrix research podcast movement has a new head of sales Christy, Scott Christie was formerly selling Tom Taylor. Now, the excellent daily Email for people in radio Tom retired at the end of last year. Stitches CEO Eric dying was interviewed about the benefits of podcast advertising by yahu finance anchor has added analytics metrics to its mobile app. So you can now even check your download numbers on the bus. And what's the difference between radio and podcasting pod? News editor. Me in his weekly radio. Tomorrow piece for an Australian radio industry website points out that podcasters want to help each other. Unlike radio in developers corner this week supporting pubs hub hubbub could significantly help. All parts of the podcasting ecosystem pubs, hop hubbub. Cuts down on redundant ARA. Says polling a means it's faster for listeners to get new episodes. As we write in our overview article linked to from our show notes and our newsletter. It just needs a few lines of code and Google podcasts. Already supports it. Chaim? Just got such a stupid name,

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Amazon, Tom Taylor and Senior Vice President discussed on Shop Girls

Shop Girls

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Amazon, Tom Taylor and Senior Vice President discussed on Shop Girls

"Who's the most familiar voice in artificial intelligence i'm not sure oh that alexa so modest but amazon's digital assistant isn't the only one hoping that turn on your lights and answer your trivia questions and the tech giant insists it so k with that many a is it win we don't think there's going to be one in fact we would encourage that tom taylor is amazon senior vice president for example we recently demoted alexa talking with cortana that's microsoft's digital assistant the two made nice at microsoft's most recent build conference in seattle right now taylor says is in its early stages amazon hopes to keep going by letting software developers right the skills that let alexa and digital assistants liker do what they do from there taylor says the goal is to bring alexa to more places than just your kitchen.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mean there's no question on track like talladega i mean it's one of the most fun tracks to watch race you know from a fan perspective i mean it's definitely one of the most dangerous tracks from a driver perspective added those stages at the restrictor plate tracks isn't it a lot more crashes than there was previously and and looking at the coca cola six hundred where they added a stage i think they might sit think about taking one away at restrictor plate tracks and only having at one stage because i did it for charlotte six hundred atta stage that's the thing about taking away wanted to try to reduce the wrecks and stuff like that of course tom taylor's our resident expert around here i'm sure you heard him tonight and of course he's on pretty much every saturday night whenever he's available they've been fooling around doing a lot of different stuff but you know somewhere along the line i mean the fans are starting to get a little upset with all the mess and ran and the teams and the owners are getting a little road about the whole deal i think as far as having the stages they're thinking was to make more the middle part of the races mean something and see actually have a little bit of race instead of just going around and around and around in a circle all day long i agree with the stages i think it's making the racing bettors mile and a half tracks and maybe even the short tracks sometimes i just hate when these when they drivers you know it's mainly the young drivers know not calling them out but it's mainly the young drivers racing for these stage wins and they're tearing up you know ten or fifteen cars and then there's not really a good rights after that 'cause i'm gonna say lower grade team and then you know they always once they get up to the front they always just wreck and then it's just wreck after reps that's an interesting perspective nano you've called up the show before aren't you.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Thank you so much um we're we're gonna we're it entirely entirely listeners supported podcast and some of the some of the cheers of support on page on come with acknowledgement on the show from a number of fictional characters in entities and some given that we didn't have an obvious went to turn to i believe that today's villain uh was miles this choice and is therefore going to be mr sinister despite my linked to laura kinney in the post credits scene of xmen apocalypse mice he's been tragically neglected the adventures of the all new wolverine but now tom taylor will be shepherding another greet her object of my scientific interest in xmen red gene elaine gray with scott summers thoroughly to cease however what am i to do perhaps gene gracie sexual dna could be bond into that of timothy hearts to creation omit your level route kinetic who could incinerate each time light in which lord apocalypse has descended or perhaps to that of josh hall bockner to produce a cream mutins hybrid with zanik might enough to merge all humanity into a single just salt entity or i could go back to the classics create a clone of 'cyclopse with a different name sense of genes way and hope that no one asks schuman questions so many it sinister options so miles i i know that your specific we talking about only wolverine but you know we're going to get like seventy aum actually's telling you that sinister has teisal are and the six 160 well that's why i said all new i mean important to be precise about these things and all that if he likes minister would agree but with that let's turn it over to everybody's favorite angry clermont in at narrator uh brian mclaughlin you thought you could cut a few coroner's save a few minute.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Good news comics and i actually found the transition incredibly smooth at i've found the same thing roddick television i just i i've grown up with these things informing me so when i come to to do the myself to digest up just doing it parrotfashion and i know this frustrates papal hung that that it is more difficult entities difficult or this difficulty in all of the in every moment in every character in tricks but moving from one to the other i actually i enjoy it but getting through comics i mean i will i was a play right yes but and i wrote musicals and things annals professional juggler and fire it or not juggernaut zone my wife wife's the faith you you can't dropped at the end of an interview mad yes all right yeah that's that's where i came from so i am so i was a strict performer juggled knives nate fly brief firefight swelled an unknown in a row unicycle badly um juggled fly out whatever else am you know i did this the a straighter and i make money in a cup people to give you money in the hat some i did it and then i taught circus skills and drama and riding two kids loses you economic areas flew rural children's hospital when i deeds lots and lots of musical suites young people data for young people and have and this is where i grew up so i grew up on stage mostly lome as an actress and singer aimed in big came a professional juggle and that's oman doing it comics i try to explain this to people that what i'm doing is i still have that same desperation then i had on the street i i say to people did juggling straight performing as the most honest work in the entire world if.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Madison what will he was my slash kyle rain was my greenland because that's what i was reading at the time yup all i locales mask kinda reminds me of a mavericks mass we actually just two maverick in the show and both of those masks make me wonder like just harger knows i feel like that would hurt your nose gotta run by assume icy lanterns have a way around it that the great thing about kyle rainer a screen lantern is he's what happens when a nerd becomes three lantern when you get the power ring and you've watched a ton of annemie when you get the power ray and you have the sensibilities of an animator a cartoonist rate um but we digress as as is our way to p fair who want to do some speaking of ali will renew actually i want to go back to one of our questions which is i just just hoping for some reassurance on this point we know that it's part of wolverines power set to be able to maintain as many simultaneous titles is necessary older wolverines not going anywhere right like she's she's on the team but she's still going to be having grown solo adventures with gaby concert at this stage i'm sorry to say i cobb dugi confirmation i can tell you that we had of at least three play three stories glad would go that did tool we've got out next opens vicks old woman laura and i caught say anything beyond that okay well as long as you're writing lauren gaby somewhere then i think that's the important part oh so i have this this is this is say a slightly deep dive question nahman an another anonymous listener odd wrote in on tumbler to ask in only wolverine number thirty how exactly did laura i get the bullets out of everyone's heads uh is it was there a specific mechanism or is this just sort of a rule of cool let it be it's a comic book moment no she literally hacked the mouth was hooked cools uh out of every single one of their brains which is revolting but true um and then waited for the trip old did tissue that she'd roof to have to live tissue takeover amit he'll those wounds i'm glad you asked.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"He he's dead he's gone she's doing something huge like an have to involve them all over again which seems like a huge fan but yeah i don't know i just in my mind honestly his body just dispute when the phoenix did schumer without the cabinet nuts that that seems reasonable either to hear first guys um but speaking its speaking of genes gray we put out a call for a listener questions and the one we got from i think about half a dozen people immediately was are we gonna see much of the two genes interacting on plea not an outside a soda biko's gene is an event that that the other jade isn't there in that moment when treating sick by him and honestly i'm picking up from the second resurrection ins um it's difficult to get to the young gene um but i urge every single what have you been happened to redone surpluses she great because it's awesome seriously a great hopelessness has been one of our other consistently favour writers over the last many many years we also have a number of only new overeen related questions or lease only wolverine adjacent questions and if you're one we could all talked about was an anonymous listener who asked on tumbler what did you think of the portrayal of laura in the movie logan um look i absolutely love to it it's kinda weeds who have had you know at that stage i had this character who existed in my head for two years and i'd spend every single day with a um and seeing uh could fairly faithfully portrayed certainly as far as you know innocence instance loss in saturday's not outlaw renault who with we'd grunted but um but certainly the laura that i i do feel i do feel like just did her riot um and is uh the incredibly emotional watching it and it was it's a very old experience to go along and see a character that you feel so could um up on the big screen and look i i.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Yup spoke but he was there i mean they didn't want to give him speaking a pay for that for that issue i guess now not current but yeah you're seeing those those previously almost background characters get chancellor spotlight that's great i mean especially in a current xmen world where gold is a lot of classic characters and blue is new versions of the most classic characters seeing this unexpected grabbag in red is exciting yeah and as i said it's all for story reasons so those garretta's a day because we need them to be the beacons gene needs them to obey the we'll because she can help them all blasphemous you you mentioned gene saying goodbye the phoenix force which kind of brings us to a question that's that's very much on my mind having having now seen the first issue of accent red which is whether we're gonna get what what kind of a transition we're going to see whether we're gonna see what happens in the gap between resurrection and xmen red because clearly a lot yeah look i i think i can tell you this season and mapa will tell me if up made by upset the wrong thing but i've actually jane working for the last week of sir on that exact store being because we didn't quite know how how resurrection was going to wrap when all is riding the first expand rib we weren't quite sure walk reunions will have gone to see in that book we we still have held off in just let deeds waksman rid uh but i'm actually going back in telling a story bidies post resurrection the full rid and it's everything that i think fans will on its everything all wanted dr i ripta who written by an whip up all of this is missing and i want to it uh so it's it is jade talking to our friends for the first time it is jane you know the kind of i told a spoiler character she's going to talk to but it's lots of characters that she hasn't really a relationship with the people desperately want to go to the she you know she hasn't met people like lower before.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Gene the mentor and for me that was such an element of of growth for war now she's not to stepping into a third she's stepping beyond it because the point is that she's sticking around for gaby she's bringing gaby with her yeah in ways that little didn't necessarily for laura she's just in in some ways she's less equipped in terms of things like live experienced to teach a new person how do you know how person ing works but in some ways she's been able to learn from the time experience she's had a lot more effectively than logan totally ago best over in yeah no i i think that's all absolutely true i think laura united united how laura was had speed conduct cast aside by logan and logan has this this thing of being that guy who's very stoica doesn't want the people around him being hurt sir you're not he's not doing this for the wrong reasons in he's minds but it's still looks you know in the abc laura think in that screw go issue standing on the side of the road as he drives away and she doesn't want to do that to gabon um actually comes to that realization through the family of a squirrel as heater um i should point out that i wrote this so i had a really terrible favour was lying in a hotel bed unable to sleep and i was emailing my editor because we decided we will get do this story oh it will someone had an is like you have to let me right the story you need to understand out boldness missiles and like i was so so adamant that we had to riot base and then i woke up in the morning after that can be seen got all ma'am was that just all the fbi.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Got possibly ah but yeah it became clear that what was most important was lower and cabbage relationship in that and that feeling of family and the cell often expand at a fun by the romantic relationships and to have a family relationship it's the absolute of this coq ethic was different important god gaby also something i really appreciate it out her in this more a comment than a question is that she she a laura in combination do a really good job of communicating that there's not one way to respond to or grow from or develop relative to trauma yeah absolutely yeah and i think you know and that's the beauty of having to soda to characters that the so very different and see the will so differently but a you know but love each other so much and a so in voltage doubles lives and one thing i really one thing i really love a ballot gatti's crisis in the book i mean i i was on the same page as as you tom i'll be it from a very different perspective like that foreseen of gaby stealing pizza from wars fridge like i i loved the character but i think the point where i realized that i loved the characters role in the book specifically and loris life specifically was actually in this world girl issue a delightful issue all around by it the part where the issue keeps cutting back and forth between memories of logan and laura and memory and the present situation of laura and gaby realizing that laura's not only stepping into the role of walgreen the superhero wolverine the trauma victim trying to you know redefine individuality but also wolverine.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Where that came out of like weather whether the plan was always for gaby to be the one of the sisters who ended up sticking around and what difference it's made tavern there in the book in and laura's life ob almost gaby just came out organically on the page i always knew condoms new full systems but i didn't know what the character she was going to be how integral she has been a big one of the reasons we have warren emit from the very beginning is because we wanted something to balance slower stop nestle koehnen something that you know she could be quite stoic equal i've uh you know aand by with the rest of it and we wanted something to create that balance and from the second gaby was stealing still pizza from lures french we knew hang on is delighted to lower stopped like this is what we need these is will lower animated she need someone to look up to she made someone so that she can flat full throughout this and that's why you so this'll warn phased out a little bit ho just completely no there was suddenly scenes warm which just left in like lift on the cutting room i i wrote pages and pages in all these different scripts than he was the first thing we kept editing out obsessed sorry to any fans of that relationship but laura's i i feel like anyone who is that much of a fat of of angel has to be kind of is is to that i suspect that he's the first thing about that at a block of stories.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"And yet they control of your support of odu over and in particular gaby a gap he is still lifeless i actually i wanna start off with a gaby related question before we go anywhere else because i have been wondering about this for i guess years now and we brought it up in the cold up when we brought it up in the the pattera at the end of last episode does the pelicans statue have an origin or does is just sort of specific to the comic it's cottonweed us through the pelicans touch your wallet doesn't have does her like he does have longlasting ramifications uh it gets a in the bitter next issue of only will reign is the impetus for the beginning of the next story you are going to see it in the future in old man old woman laura and yes so it is incredibly important step should it's not just a statute it's a piece of m i feel so good about his yeah i just read all of the only will bring issues right up his orphans of ax to make sure the refreshing my mind over the last week on before this interview and that pelican statue i'd forgotten how much i loved and i'm happy to hear that is going to gain a larger role um so i should say before we get any further i am uh doing this episode sick and are not very many hours of sleep due to that fact i caught a cold from alien child who crashlanded on roosevelt island it was bad times i'm sure it won't go anywhere worse so apologies if i some kind of weird wait seriously you were on roosevelt that you were in new york and you didn't even tell me why i was very very sick i had to be healed by like dead pool it was kind of strange dick move.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Oculus it's honey betcha docking gave it to her whoa whoa who linked how can hang around with teenagers he's very murder he look even if debbie's masses wasn't contagious she's got enough dangerous friends to keep anyone for missing worker okay will obviously laura but who else the guardians of the galaxy and a friend of girls jonathan poll i'm jay added an and i milestone books and we are here to explain the xmen because it's about time someone did welcome to episode one hundred eighty five of jay and miles explain the ex nor will walk you through the in the outs and the cons of comics greatest superhero soap opera and welcome to episode we are very very excited about but first announcement the world so excited about in a totally different way it's more of a reminder than an announcement at this point since we've been talking it up for a while but emerald city comecon is only two weeks out you said come see us we're going to be at table t eleven an artist allio all weekend we will have read march i assume we're gonna have the pictures by now but we're doing limited runs of both the magnetometers invalid points shirt in red and purple and um a metallic version of this like lobsters asserts and a bunch of other stuff and also my mom's going to be there and it's going to be amazing i know i keep saying that but i'm really excited as her first convention a really excited to we also of course our lives show on saturday so please come to that i'm not that we wouldn't talk to an empty room i mean that's kind of what we do when we record but.

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"tom taylor" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"tom taylor" Discussed on WGTK

"It has won of the problems that you're always went ahead with something like this is is stephen king could set up a whole world with its own rules in its own conflicts and its own history eat you only get indications of that here and what happens is when people are going through a supernatural conflate you have no idea why someone is winning why some kinds of gunshots work and other kinds of gunshots tone to s stars for the dark tower the 14yearold at the center of the story is played by tom taylor whose okay the acting isn't the problem the adaptation is it's a very foolish and badly written the script and it doesn't work and again it would be a much lower rating if if it kept you longer than ninety three minutes meanwhile another film out there that feels longer than it is is an inconvenience sequel we have some we don't all right well you've heard enough health garrido underplay anymore the point of the point about the first inconvenient truth the first inconvenient truth was very well produced and it was kind of exciting to watch it was like a horror movie where they racing say our whole world is coming to an end and only al gore and his slide show with with he's touring the world is going to say save the world this film is much more incoherent and it can't decide what it is is it either another warning about oh my goodness things are getting worse and we're all going to be underwater and world of me coughing on greenhouse gases and we won't be able to breather live or is it saying look at the progress that al gore has helped us make oh man i've never figured that one out the one the one point that i would make about this film that it has as an advantage over the prior release in inconvenient truth is al gore comes across as more likeable he is dare i say it strangely human he eu do have some sense and and you come away with the film with this this is something he really does believe he's just not robotic leave program for his own advantage to talk about these things and and.

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