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The Life Stylist
"trainspotting" Discussed on The Life Stylist
"Mescaline, I think. Yeah, no, we did ten pages. We did a very ceremonial experience in Costa Rica. And then I wanted to show the flip side. So I went to our field trip health location in Amsterdam where we do psilocybin assisted therapy. So you get the kind of polar opposites of experience. And then I went to BC a place called the enfold institute where experience 5 MAO DMT for the first time. Where's this place? It's just off the coast of Vancouver. Okay, because it's unregulated up there. Yeah, it's legal. Was this the buffo toad or was it the synthetic 5 Emilio? It was synthetic. Okay. They just chose to do that because of some of the environmental considerations. And so yeah, there's a lot to that whole conversation. Yeah, yeah. And what time frame is this like every weekend or how long in between? We started shooting in February and Costa Rica and then we finished up in BC in May. So it was over the course of about three months. And then we looped back in and just by fortuitous circumstance we're getting really ready to do the kind of end takes of revisiting everybody who went through the journey with me at different points and see how their lives have changed where they are and all that kind of stuff. And it just so happened the author urban Welsh who wrote trainspotting was going to be in Toronto and he had seen our sizzle and was like, well, I'm in Toronto. Why don't I do 5 meo DMT with ronin and we'll record it. He's doing a documentary called, I think this is urban Welsh. We'll record it from our Doc. You record it for your Doc, and it'll be super cool. So it ended just a couple of weeks ago where he and I did 5 ME OTM T together. And the cool thing was, is he didn't know there's a difference between DMT and 5 MO DMT. And so it was actually his first experience with 5 MO DMT. And it was such a beautiful experience. It comes out of it. He's perfectly stuck. I'm a flaming mess on 5 me O DMT. Anyone who watches the documentary, if they don't have second thoughts about do 5 ME or DMT after watching me, they're not watching the documentary properly, although I will still advocate it's one of the most beautiful experiences. It's hard to articulate what happens on a 5 MO experience. But you come out of it and there's just a lightness. It feels like everything is easier for some reason. I don't know how to articulate it properly, but the journey is hard, but the outcome is worthwhile at least for me, the journey has been really strong. You know what I actually relate to that, not so much in a mean hard intense, as all halbert hard in my experience, not necessarily. I mean, it's all, it's in the level of resistance. It's as hard as one resists the experience. But what I have to say about that in particular is like aside from all the Supernatural, just totally ineffable, magnitude of 5 Emilio, I would say the after effect for me has definitely been my experience of reality is a bit more diffuse. It's like in a positive sense. Here, but I'm kind of not here. I'm not taking all this that serious. You know what I mean? There's like a lightness, I think, is the word you used, right? It's kind of like, this is all made up. This is all just pretend I'm playing this game and earth, and there's like a healthy, it's not a detachment because it's not like a, it's not like being it's not that one doesn't care. You know what I mean? It's not like a detachment like nonchalant. You're not invested in your life, but maybe it's just like there's less attachment to the physical material realm. It's kind of there, but it's also not there. Like you said, it's fucking impossible to describe. It is. But anyone can understand like a more lightness of being. And I would say universally that's been my experience too. That's been my experience. And so the first time when I did in BC, it was just, I couldn't articulate what had happened, just something felt different to lightness. People talk about there's the book. The body keeps the score, right? And it really felt like there was a cellular reprogramming. Like something in my genetics just changed in that moment. I can't tell you why. When I did it with Irvin, I came out and all of this grief came out of me, you know? My eldest son Jasper, he's in the process of being diagnosed with epilepsy and. There was the tension between my wife and I because just in the way we respond to it and she was feeling a lot of grief around this, you know? And I didn't end. So I came out of this experience and all I wanted to do was hold Jasper. Like I just like the thought of my baby boy. I just wanted to hold him so much in that moment. And that all this grief came out and sadness. And it wasn't just grief about Jasper. I think it was all the grief I haven't let myself feel. And the next day I was talking with staff and reminding him bad and she was sharing how she's been grieving about how this diagnosis is going to change the art because she's such a bright light. He's so smart for 6 year old and he's got such a warm personality and it's just like she was craving all of the ways that what we thought was trajectory we were going to change by virtue of this diagnosis. And maybe not, you know, but she was grieving about the possibility of it. And I realized in that moment that I had never grieved really anything because I've for so long lived a life where I won't accept the negative outcome. It's like going back and it goes all the way back to the story of my father and just like taking the reins of I never had a protector. So I always had to be the protector from a young age and I just were not tolerate anything less than an acceptable outcome across anything and even starting field trip like it was everyone said no, no one would do it. I'm like, no, fuck that. We're gonna do it and I worked and I worked and I worked it and eventually it's just like that hyper vigilance and I've been carrying it all along and what I realized was that because I don't accept a reality in which I would have to grieve in which Jasper's trajectory would be affected. I would do everything and anything possible to make sure he gets to be everything he wants to be. And I'm going to take that. I'm going to fucking fix it until that makes that, that becomes a reality. In a reality where nothing goes sideways, you never have to grieve. You never have to feel sadness. You never have to feel this negative emotion. That's a world that I won't accept. And so I won't feel those feelings. Doesn't mean those few things don't exist in me. It's just that I deny them and I push them to the side because I won't accept that reality. And then, you know, just talking about, I was like, oh my God. How much energy have I put into my life? Working so hard to make sure I never have to feel these emotions. That's exhausting. And it's not the way to live your life. And so that was such a powerful. That was like a concrete tangible thing. And here's where my mind was blown. Right after we have this conversation, I was crying a lot. As all of this grief and sadness came out, I go to the bathroom and blow my nose wiping my eyes and stuff cost me. She's like, oh my God, I just realized something. And I'm like, what's that? She's like, never had
Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"trainspotting" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"Same chance when according to a recent column by radio analyst Sean Ross, journeys don't stop believin is routinely played on U.S. terrestrial radio around 3500 times a week. Again, that's per week. That's more than Neil Diamond's cracklin Rosie or song sung blue are played in a year. Speaking of media exposure, we could probably compile a list of legacy hits affected by the movies alone. The Beatles twist and shout in Ferris Bueller's day off, queens, Bohemian Rhapsody, in Wayne's world, Dusty Springfield's son of a preacher man in Pulp Fiction, Iggy Pop's lust for life, in trainspotting. In all cases, these songs were not the artist's highest charting hit, and they are now among the acts most played or most streamed tracks. One of the best career redefining examples is Bob Seger and the silver bullet band's old time rock and roll. A number 28 hit in 1979 that after its appearance in the 1983 blockbuster risky business became
The Tim Ferriss Show
"trainspotting" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"I will say also that I am a big fan of L theanine for a number of reasons. It's really helpful for in some respects taking the edge off of coffee consumption. So if you have to take it with coffee. So if you have a tendency to perhaps over caffeinate and get into the creepy crawly trainspotting end of the spectrum, then the healthy union can help minimize some of that. Rhodiola is very interesting for developing endurance and for endurance output. Also. That one is interesting on multiple holes. Do you have any idea why it's called pym? I believe that's his middle name. Oh, wow, okay. Yeah. Dig it. Yeah. We'll link to that in the show notes. Pym, original mood shoes. You can find them on Amazon. It was something like, and it was also a huge baked in the supplemental. So that's something your mood prove your mood or improve. I can't remember what it was, but he also put it in the name of the actual chew itself. He had a double meaning for it. I like simple interventions or simple supplements that have two or three variables. Because otherwise, if it's just a laundry list of 27 things, especially and I say this as someone who knows this industry pretty well, if it's a proprietary blend, so you don't know the actual ratios of these ingredients. It's very hard if not impossible to determine what is doing what. Whereas if you have three at the very least, if you then wanted to try to determine for yourself, which of those three was having an impact or not. There are ways to actually placebo blind as an N of one as a single subject. People can just look up quantified self and blinding or placebo control to learn more about that. But you could actually do a deep dive on each of those three and further test to try to determine for yourself. Which is not possible if you're just getting something with 30 or 40 or 50 ingredients, which you do see in some cases. Yeah, you're right. You'll see these proprietary blends and there's like no, no clue how much they don't list any amounts in there. It's just like 30 ingredients. Yeah. Not very helpful as I've learned. I keep giving these teasers, I will say that when I was diagnosed with COVID, the very first thing I realized is if I were to take the advice of everyone sending me advice right now, I would almost certainly die of several dozen contraindications. What was the just giving you a little taste before we get into it? What was the weirdest thing someone told you to do? Not the whale thing that I joked at all. Well, I have to, I have to just say that we were joking about whales even I think gargling with whale seamen or something. Are you said that I want to give you proper credit? And then I was joking with another friend of mine who asked me the same question. What's the best advice you've received? And I said, well, I think somebody told me to gargle with horse team and I used horses. And he said, actually, it would be great if after you recover, you talk about this seriously as an April. Fools joke because people would be jerking off horses around the planet. It would be the best ever. I did not end up deciding that would be a good idea. But I mean the most hare brand kind of craziness you can imagine. Every alternative remedy possible. So you pick it. There was a recommendation. It kind of doesn't matter. We can come back to this, but it is interrelated with the problem of determining not just determining causation, but avoiding contraindications, which is really, really, really important. So we'll come back to that. And part of the reason I keep delaying this folks, if they're just like, why the T's why the T's is because people get crazy. On both sides, I've noticed that the people on far ends of the sort of conspiracy spectrum or on the political spectrum are kind of like a horseshoe when it comes to COVID. They're like bend around towards each other and they actually get very, very similar. So there's no way for me not to upset people when I talk about COVID and the various steps that I took and so on. I'm excited to hear this. We'll save it. And it may be a disappointing punchline for folks. But that's why we're pushing off because we have a lot of fun stuff to talk about. I will say let me throw something in related, which was when I was isolating. So as soon as I was diagnosed, I ended up isolating about 24 hours or 36 hours later first the question of myself upstairs, my girlfriend stayed downstairs, and then I ended up isolating myself in a separate location so that my girlfriend wouldn't get sick. And I found comedians and cars getting coffee to be a credible. Care my COVID grandma. No, it's not a cure. I found it to be extremely psychologically helpful. And real gem of a discovery when I was stuck in this apartment by myself for ten days. And so I would make a habit of watching two or three episodes when I got up and two or three episodes. If I got really tired, you had two or three episodes right before bed. And it allowed me to obviously synthetic way. But to interact with people and to feel like I was socializing on some level, I loved it. So I really really, really applaud Jerry Seinfeld for first and foremost designing a format for himself. The most fun and easy he could possibly have in putting together a show. And for people who don't know the format, he basically gets to drive, he likes classic cars and cars in general. So he gets to drive an incredible classic car, different classic car, every episode, and he goes to pick up one of his friends to go get coffee and bullshit and talk about comedy and life and so on. And it gets cut down to 17 minutes. It's just a genius format. After coming out of the show, Seinfeld in the 90s, which was, I don't want to say a death march that's too severe, but it's so much work. So much incredible work to put that show together and to sustain it for that long. So to do the opposite and create a format that is really fun, really easy and excuse to hang out with your Friends, kind of like the random show, quite frankly. It was great. So I really recommend people check out comedians and cars getting coffee. I watched it on Netflix. Bob Einstein is probably my favorite episode. That's super Dave. Larry David also amazing. Sarah Silverman always incredible. Gary shandling. A lot of old timers, some of which are no longer with us. Our captured for posterity. Highly recommend comedians in cars getting coffee. Speaking of things that just make you feel good, have you watched Ted Lasso? I have not watched Ted last week. It's been recommended and least a 1001 times to me and I haven't watched it yet. Tim and everyone else that hasn't watched it and everyone that has watches screaming right now. Yes, please watch this. You have to see Ted Lasso. It is really, really good. It is on the two watchlist, what my girlfriend and I have been slowly chipping away at when we watch something short together because we're not always in the mood to watch something that's 90 minutes or two hours long. A feature film. So watch Schitt's Creek, and we're making our way through all the seasons of Schitt's Creek, which is amazing. But Ted Lasso, I remember polling on social at one point, what series should I binge watch next it needs to be of a certain length and it needs to be first and foremost feel good. If you get your face kicked in during the day, this is something you would look forward to watching. After such a day. And Ted Lasso was probably the most consistent recommendation. Dude, you have to do this, like tonight, like seriously. It is funny because when you think of for me, I'm not a soccer fan or football as they call it in some parts of the world. What's the ball? I'm just not a fan. Not that I couldn't get into, but it's just not, it's not about that. It's about the relationships and it's funny and sweet and endearing. There's a lot to love. Anyway, I'm into it. I'm into it. Sweet. Just.
"trainspotting" Discussed on Snarf Talk
"I'm going to watch it. Came about the same time as a lot of those trippy movies like memento same time as a movie called scanner darkly. A scanner darkly with Robert Downey Jr. trainspotting was a little before that, but those types of movies were big then. American Beauty. Yes. American Beauty. Real angsty like they were. It was like it really was. That was the big thing, and I was very into that. Oh, yeah. All of them. I was much younger than you. So I was only about four. When these came out. Okay. That was my freshman year of high school, actually. But again, I hadn't seen it at that point. I saw it later when I was a senior and out of high school. But very good movie that is my number four. My number three is. Something strange. You can tell. Must makes me feel. You yelled at me for saying ghostbusters earlier. Well, that was earlier when I didn't know how to approach this list. I was like, you gotta be Halloween movies. Ghostbusters is in the Halloween movie, and it's not. It's a. No, it's not, but it's sci-fi comedy. Yeah. But it's about paranormal things. Yeah, think about it around Halloween times. Of course it fits in. This is for me, and it's one of my favorite movies of all time. Obviously. I love both of them. I ended up taking it off my list, which was silly, but so I'm leaving it on because I agree. You know, I think, especially for kids, has the right amount of comedy and horror. It does. And there is some stuff obviously that kids won't get or is it appropriate for kids, but that's fine. As was the age in the 80s, it was, which I'm just coming to find out. Like going back to watch. I know. Going back to that movie as kids, big time. Going back to watch any of these movies with the boys around or Grady, especially because he's the one who's kind of more of the cinema file. I'll call him. A child, where he wants to watch movies with me. And a lot of times I'm like, oh, I don't know if you're gonna get that. I don't know if you should have heard it. Yeah. But it was there. And it blows me away every time that how underground dirty they are. Yeah, for sure. So I mean, again, it's just it's hard to get better. I agree. I took my I took it off my list for some reason. I don't even know why. I started I recreated this list about 6 times. But anyway, my number three is a movie you've already talked about and it is Betelgeuse Betelgeuse Betelgeuse. Yeah. I've always been obsessed with Betelgeuse. When I think it's one of Michael Keaton's greatest movies of all time. I mean, he was in some pretty good movies like Jackie Brown. Multiplicity is great. Multiplicity is such a good movie. Jack frost. Oh. No? That's it for us. Birdman. Bird, but I love that movie. But Betelgeuse anyway. Is it absolute classic? I love it. Again, if you look at a movie, the way it's filmed, the way it looks, the way the people dress, it looks like Halloween playing out day in and day out to me. That's the way it is..
Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
"trainspotting" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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Back To Work
"trainspotting" Discussed on Back To Work
"I says i should go check this out later. And so i wanted to remind do i want a reminder to go check it at sunset maybe i mean it would work at sunset but i was thinking about like how sunset sunrise twilight. These all mean kind of different things and if you go to some weather weather good dark sky courtesy of apple computer you go dark sky and it'll say okay sunset tonight at seven twelve pm pacific time but like that's not when it's dark that's like i think when the sun goes down so he ended up saying son said times san francisco my zip code bbb. And i found this really cool site. Dan did you know that. There's different kinds of twilight dawn and dusk. I mean i know magic hour but that's the limit of my knowledge. Yes yet magic hour. Yeah that's we'll call on. The days of thunder was one i'm thinking of What's the one. What's the parents malik. Movie they shut the entire movie a cold now twirling dawn and dusk so i was looking at. And there's there's there's like for twilight and not not the one from the book you get civil twilight twilight and astronomical twilight. Ditto for dawn dusk. Did you know that. I didn't know this is news me and it has to do with lake so like just off the dome so here. We go nautical twilight occurs when the center of the sun is between six degrees and twelve degrees below the horizon. Twilight period is less bright than civil twilight and artificial light is general requires early required civil twilight so basically civil twilight is i think the one with the longest amount of time anyway. I just thought it was interesting page. I'm at a point in life. Were a couple of things in life. Excite me 'cause it's you know. I'm always happy to discover. There's a tv show. That's really good that i haven't seen In this case it's the tv show hbo's room. And i'm also excited. When i learned a new fact that tells me something about the world. They didn't know. Stick curious what i'm saying. 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Lindsay duncan Amidst all this milk inflation that we're living through right now. She is truly likeable and she's in it and An immense raider. The guy who's the head of the where called the wilder people where they called the dark beast's the people who live out in the snow on the other side of the wall. What are they called whiled links. He's the head of the wild wings remembering and john goes in parlays with manse raider. He plays the titular. Caesar was not tischler. His cities tischler City state but mance raiders in it And there's lots of good people in it and then i like discovering facts. Yeah yeah and then the finally before we good iowa's fifteen. I don't know i'm i'm having a real struggle right now and i i have not. I think i must have talked about this here. Yes i'm positive. I've talked about this here. This is thought technology. I've been batting around for a year. So which is just repeat myself. Because it's i like to repeat myself when i myself is that I think it's shortsighted to say that you solve the problem. If you don't really understand either what caused the problem nor neither what caused it. Nor what fixed it when we talked about that in terms of like expertise. Just because there's a difference between going the distinction lists just because it stopped being broken does not leave you in a position to qualify saying you fixed it So given that. I don't know what caused this problem. It's difficult to know what fixes it currently temporarily. But my hugh all my hugh stuff just like falls out of home kit. Sometimes it just goes away from home kit and i thought brilliantly figured it out the other day but i think i might have been wrong if anybody has actually. Don't i can google this. I i have google and nothing's worked so far it's not it's something else but but you know you. Can you imagine what happens. The i would say the vast majority of stuff on home kit at my house is houston. It's something like twenty seven bulbs we've got like six taps. Which is we've got five. I think hugh sensors let's just say we've got a lot of houston so when something happens and hugh gets confused or home kid. Keith gets confused. It causes a lot of havoc and boy. Do i ever hear about it like you know. My daughter just wants to go to bed like a person but she can't turn lights off because guess what the taps which stopped working. Everything fell off so everything. That's not hugh is still in home kit and still in the right room. So what do i do like a sucker. I go over to hugh essay hugh. How's it going bud. And then i go into settings and drill down and i drill down and get to the thing that says there's a button you can push that will sink your current hugh stuff and your current hugh setup and what i will just call the meta data as in. This light is in this room. It'll push all of that over to home kit. Which seems cool. But there's a bunch of problems with that one problem with. That is every time you do that again. A couple of things happen one. Is that first of all everything you just added to home kit. Pardon me reacted to home kit. For perhaps the six hundred ninth time. This week is now marked as a favourite everything yay and ask you. What was the last time you tried to do. More than five things in sitting in home. Kit is just welcome to click..
The Stephen King Boo! Club
"trainspotting" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"I mean it's a pretty clear metaphor for pedophilia. There's a very clear. Image draws the line on purpose between pedophile. And occult and mike colts and pedophilia in the american psyche are very linked. And but that's that doesn't come out in a way that is compelling to me. No no i agree. I the thing that blows my mind about this is that i can't point to any one aspect of this movie that i thought was bad and yet i kind of think the movie was bad and i don't understand how that's possible. It is most compelling in that. I my ambivalence about it. Yeah yeah. Yes i'm baffled. Okay let's break it down. Let's break it down right. Let's start with cast. yes we always talk about casting. I find cassidy very interesting. We have ewan mcgregor. Who is obi-wan-kenobi as well as has a long and storied careers in trainspotting was in million things. I thought he was the best part of this can kill that. He brought a lot of life to a character that could have been very flat. Definitely could have been flat somehow. He aged backwards from being. Ob one yeah. Like somehow he's younger now than then. It's amazing that acting baby. I don't know how he did it. Rebecca ferguson plays rose. The hat does a damn good job. I thought yep she does a good job she doesn't know what she was in mission. Impossible shoes in life. She's a couple of things men in black. Actually a lot of people in this movie were in men in black. I thought for sure that wayne about him. Karner was going to be rose. The hat when i read the book i was like. That's we're definitely talking about this specific person. Ray kinda crazed pale white skin. Emily allen lind. I thought was interesting as snake bite. Andy i thought she had a a compelling portrayal as a person who is ultimately a a model. You know interested. I think the most interesting casting is these two things one. Do you remember the spectator at the baseball game. Who gives like a weird look in the movie. Yeah vaguely so. That is danny lloyd. The original dan torrance. Oh that's cool. I i like you know. This movie will exit good easter egg. There's quite a few. We'll talk about and do you remember the character gramp flick. Sure do so. That's carol stroking who we went deep into the career of accidentally during our gerald's game episode. He's the zero killary jones game.
Nerd On! The Podcast
"trainspotting" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"I think could have could have really hindered the story And i know this is an adaptation but even even so they could have adopted it from a different point of view. They still they stuck with the point of view of the the bully so which which can really disconnect people from from the perspective of the story and they pulled it off which is really. I feel like very difficult to do. Especially nowadays with like cyber bullying be so big and Yeah so. I'm really impressed with us. i knew of this film it through the grapevine. Typically since i'm all about film. I all i. I love anime. You hear about five cents per second your name. You hear about these anime films that like because of spirit away people like oh like spear away was the top grossing film for anime films more time and then he got taken away by. I think this and then i think your name and now recently drying balls e bro or variables who were broadly. So i really like that. What a wide variety of films got over the. And that's what i really like about where it's like animated films. I don't think they're flowers really And about flowers later too. Yeah and that's something. I really enjoyed her. This part me and this is just you know i get this out there. It's like y'all got to watch more these kinds of films. Stop watching if you want the conventional and watch something like this So my initial reaction to this. You know it's funny because before we recorded last week kaelin's hey if anyone wants to watch and cry together. Let's do it. I got really busy with something but it actually reminded me of our time watching trainspotting and that was a very emotional experience for caitlyn. That was almost like what i was like. Yeah and Except you know. I'm toxic so like i stifled teaser. So no i did But in that same way. We're like that's something that kind of that stood out to me was a slice of life thing right like it's technically in a category called slice of life but like you look at films like trainspotting we're like there's not truly an antagonist and the characters are just going through this journey and know what the stakes are other than their own lives in realizing their choice in their own peril. And that's what it really reminded me of. An trainspotting is a is a wonderful film. This one here touched me a little bit more. Because i do have a history that i kind of feel like i'm wrestling with that terms of like when i was a kid i was terrible to other kids and I constantly kind of have this guilt of myself. Of like i to be good and make sure i've on just feels happy about themselves And so this. This film like gotten cat me. Got me so hard. And i absolutely loved an allergist like literally. There's like no. Oh worse things. I was like no yeah and i was in it and that of course i was so surprised at the storytelling and we'll go more into later but I was thoroughly enthused. And i will. It's one of those things that's like. Oh i think. I'm a little bit changed after this..
The Woody Show
"trainspotting" Discussed on The Woody Show
"Law season of footage. And we would all just ignore the fact that everybody's a lot older. I love that idea. What netflix did with wet hot american summer and that made it even funnier that these actors are so much older but yet they're playing camp counselor and nobody says john lydon aka johnny rotten. He's been pissed about this upcoming sex pistols television series so much so that he sued his former bandmates. Steve jones and paul cook saying that this show couldn't use sex pistols music without his permission will on monday a uk judge sided with jones and cook ruling. That lydon signed away his power to control the use of music rights ono publishing company so it's full steam ahead for the show. It's called pistol based on jones's memoir lonely boy tales. Promise sex pistol. That's being produced by fx directed by danny boyle who did trainspotting twenty eight days later. Slumdog millionaire in a bunch of other stuff seems like a big huge day. No question judge like agreed with giren but said that you grew right. And how could you have a show about the sex pistols without the music. Yeah stupid they've tried to do things like that before. And just doesn't like we get it your precious right. Come on let him use it. You guys remember their mum on onto that guy from the mighty ducks when he was a homeless drug and since moved into a halfway house and it's getting cleaned up last. We heard it. Yeah well there's another show yesterday on. Tmz involving actor nicholas brennan. He was zander. On all seven seasons of buffy the vampire slayer reminds. Me of that. Mugshot look at this mugshot for nicholas. This mugshot actors on off the rails like that. It's just because they just don't want to get a regular job and dono. Volunteers doug sir nicholas has been a drug addict really long time. So he was near tara. Indiana and the cop spotted him just driving a radically so he did get pulled over. Police said he was sweating. Profusely had a visibly racing pulse on his neck hog and his hands were shaking. He also gave them a california. I d with the name. Kelton schultz saying that. Kelton is his twin brother now. He has a twin so that could be true about cops say they found small plastic bag that contained crystal powder residue Pill bottle in a bag with medication prescribed to nicholas bender not nicholas brendon brandenburg gender. So nicholas was taken into custody and arrested for allegedly obtaining prescription drugs by well. I mean look can't blame them. I mean books. Reese's get the name. The doctor assist you know typo. Yeah yeah kelly says. I'm going to go on a bender bender. Have you seen their handwriting. So bad back. On the radars reggie by manscaping landscape engineering team has confirmed that they have successfully created the lawnmower four point oh trimmer manscaping or the international leaders in below the waist brooming and right now get twenty percents off with free shipping with the code woody at manscaping dot com. That's twenty percent off and free shipping at manscaping dot com code. Woody.
"trainspotting" Discussed on Smashing Security
"Actually seen an image. Instead of the proper description of people's history and background and personal life all the details. I wanna say okay. But i'm not following that so you can carry on i. Maybe i'll catch up so you understand. How is it. How is it the people who are reviewing the screens. Who have a defacement of graham had a sticker of nazi swastika on his screen. Right look up. A picture of joe biden much as long as it was in the right place mean a screen. Yes filled up the entire profile. It was huge. It was a huge. He killed the cash. We just say digital. Stick your actual sticker cronin so the coach to a webpage. Not people have not stuck fun-to-drive and stickers onto your monitor right there pixels didn't realize this simple and lied. You are man's flaming perfectly here. Carry opinions on the is anita monitor works. Yeah the networks. When some people worried they could be virus which hosted these things. Maybe maybe as the computers that had been infected as they were access in all kinds of some people said. Oh it's a troll. It's not actually happening to people. Just want others to go to their wikipedia pages because when they went to look up jennifer lopez waikiki wa wa robert deniro. They wouldn't see. Oh sticker was only some people listening so people that were logged into a specific account. What are we supposed to shut up and listen to you the whole time or is this a discussion. Are we allowed to like pontificate a bed. I'm just asking what happened really garri. We are much more long guys. Enjoy the show. Because who knows how long i will explain. What's been going on the fabulous thing about wikipedia. Also its weakness. Isn't anyone can pretty much had it. Pretty much anything Right john i heard that you have in the past. You've updated entries on. Pg house done all kinds of things. Yes yeah several towns that i've lifted. Its bates do you add like godzilla visited in one thousand nine hundred twenty something. I try to keep it reasonably accurate right. Do you ever post something. A little bit scarlets and naughty untrue. No i don't think i've done that. Person have been in the room and while other people were doing anything i ask. You raise the disapproving eyebrow right. I have a wikipedia. Page someone christian page about me. I don't like to brag but they did. i didn't create it. I'm sure you didn't. Did you pay them a note. Just it's very interesting. Because when someone creates wikipedia page you can see what other pages they created and then personally created. My wikipedia page also created pages about being a pickup artist. Owned sort of methods. Men could use to pull female folks not palum as we've less sue. I think they were creating that article as a pick up the have to pick me up yet done but someone did post fake facts about me on my wikipedia page. Want someone posted. The i'd fought in the bay of pigs. Then you grow number reasons. Why didn't happen such as alive issue. Sure cuba small is though so you know what what these this is. Another bay of small light pigs with wow two weeks off anyway sometimes in that things place on wikipedia either intentionally accidentally or maliciously. I wanted to ask you. Have you been to the scottish version of wikipedia in scottish language in the scottish language. Yes they're over. Fifty thousand wikipedia articles that someone is edited. It's administered by chappie identifies as a christian. Furry in america convinced that if i looked i could find a klingon version of wikipedia. Probably right so. I'm not surprised. That's actually a different language whereas the scottish version of wikipedia appears to have just been written phonetically. Trainspotting was great. It was written fairly old. Speaking in scotch. Yeah i really is. Jesus goes Breed brooke mukta gut tonight. Donna bunny is that kind of thing anyway. Some people wanted the scottish version wikipedia deleted. They said it appears to be just wikipedia read in a broad scottish accent and they also claimed done more damage to the scottish language than anyone else in history and is cultural vassilis on an unprecedented scale. According to him that this is what people crowd say. Yeah it's still exists still up there. Did they choose which pages to translate. I think they just started probably aardvark. I mean how would you start. Yeah right john you probably just go. You know i'm really into pies. I would be a good one. I either either. Things that are related to scotland dean. I think it'd be really fun to have like a franglais one you know. Oh my wig yeah there yeah probably anyway. The appointees anyone can create anything wikipedia and it survives really dependent on the community and wherever they decide. It's not cool. So this is why the nazi imagery. The swastikas began to pimples. Spread for us well. There is a user could xylophone est. Then that's real word. He creates an an account for himself him or herself on the tenth of august and he made a few innocuous. Updates we or entries said godzilla has invited my town or whatever if things which didn't look suspicious their account automatically confirmed after a few days and then he went completely bat shit crazy bunkers. This is what called sleeper tacky. Coming soft you come in slow and then you go crazy and did what. What he did was he edited. Eight temp light. so there are templates on wikipedia. So you will have a template which is used for people's biography right say title summary. Yes children's spouse personal some something like that right and that is used by over tens of thousands by over fifty thousand.
We Hate Movies
"trainspotting" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"You're creating filmmaker so we'll move it along a little bit here but So so brandon comes the construction site again another day and he's like. Hey jim here's the deal man. I got to tell you what's going on. I'm pretty sure. Linda who we both love And hopefully by the end of this ninety eight minutes i will have won her heart She's definitely addicted to this week's report she's been Let me ask you. This is she. swearing lot is. She acting crazy is like erotic behavior. Happening here yes. She's definitely addictive. This ouija board you know. And he's just trying to sell him on. This is like to tell me. Milady friend is addicted to a ghost. Man it sounds pretty. It's called pig. Progressive entrapment is that correct progressive. Idea is like the ghost. He's also arguing that this is not in fact david but it's a it's a spirit an evil spirit lying pretending to be david and is basically making her like more and more addicted the ouija board until like she will be totally controlled by the spirit. The spirit will possess her progressive. Entrapment is the thing that they'd be make. It's easy to think about. Just the imagined trainspotting boys but they're doing ouija board with mother and they're stealing. Tv's to pay for the weeds at new ouija boards the baby on the ceiling. Yes that's that's true there it is but what's that of that toilet we eventually get. We get the differentiation. That like there is a david and there is a evil spirit. And it's like this thing like they're trying to call david at this party and this evil guy was walking by. The neighbor took floating buys. Hey this is not gonna play that game just go play it for catfish. Basically they had years old. I'm scary. i'm really sexy to yes. I am mariah carey. All right. we're just gonna do a reverse ectoplasms search on google leave shoe sole man deal gouldman of how that's and yeah. It's weird the picture the picture she said it was like this. So brandon brandon. Finally kind convinces him a little bit. Let me just bring a medium by the house will exercise the spirit. Get it out of the apartment yada yada so we have like any good ghost movie. You have a a a pretty cool expert. Or not. The exorcism say on scene And so incomes. This zehra beth. Kathleen wilhoit what is what is her. Deal in roadhouse. She's like patrick. Swayze is buddy in a while. I think it's a party so she's just kind of like how bad she comes in and she's like let's talk. This goes you. You would think if you were like if it was linda or like anybody who just wants to like convince jim to do this like the first thing that just make sure. She doesn't look like she sings for x ray specs. Make sure she may be you know. Can i talk to you for a quick second. The kitchen dude. Yeah okay remember. When i told you i was down with this thing. Yeah okay cool. Remember the one stipulation. I had was that. Oh yeah yeah. She can't look like she's things and x ray specs. Did you fucking see what's out there..
Unofficial Partner Podcast
"trainspotting" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"New event coming up at the end of august the collins cop has a one point five million dollar prize. Purse is a reformatting of the sport. Along the lines of golf's ryder cup. If you'd like to know more there'll be lincoln shown to this podcast. If he liked the podcasts your love the unofficial partner newsletter that goes direct to the inbox the thousands of senior executives across the global sports business every thursday to join them sign up by unofficial dot com. Here's suit and status. Laura oversee the topic of our conversation. Today is sue and this you know you know suty. Read very familiar with your paul's crossed. Yeah how do you know. Sue or based on the women's sports trust. That's how we met co pay all by background. So yeah were you. Were you ever in a situation where you would juuling for clients with. Sue was sort of undercurrent of tension. I didn't always at northern trust board. That's how much i love. Her and lourdes was an expert reader of this books allure. Read the book before it was published for me and gave me feedback. What was she like being interview but she was she. we voted. we always fall shea. She was in a chain. She met the Burke and gave you. Say that thomas i some of the swear words and stuff for ad says good is the best book laura. So what's the first draft was sort of irving trainspotting highly women's for dark history. So we say. Welcome sue oversee and well done on the it. I mean so. We've met recently. But we both we again. We've been drooling. We haven't really got podcasts. At the same time. And so i saw that was when i first you i so i got to know you from afar and obviously now. You've you've been doing the costs and we'll talk about that and then we've got the book which oversee we want to talk about as well and our star wave. There's something really interesting in the in the intro of your book. I'm going to read out so it says and it mentions the two bits one is there's a paragraph about your job and your role so it says while i work in sport. My livelihood is perhaps less dependent and others on toeing the party nine. I used to run a sports public.
Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction
"trainspotting" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction
"You know and when did you tell your dad that that you had some sort of a spiritual awakening in itself. It is. yeah when did you tell you what. Maybe i'm not. God it's like it's best Awakening cell of us can hope for. I don't think i ever thought. I was god but no. I don't mean like no. I know what you can join us right. You can choose yet that you can't choose. You could get what you want when you can't get it when you told your dad was he like. That's my boy like what happened now. Man i never really liked never got into it now. I just kind of started china to become like okay. You know and then i still had a lot of guilt and i still have a lot of shit and i still on a lot of amends i needed to make and and you know i had this fucking problem of knowing all of the steps in the debt and i had to continuously. Just remind myself that. I wasn't at this point yet and at that point yet and really like making the film with my dad was the big. You know the big step. In my opinion it was kind of like this this being able to share this experience and being able to fill a role that he that i've seen him respect since i was a little boy. You know right and you get to a certain you assert your artistic vision and he helps you achieve it. Yeah yeah like. I've seen my dad. You know like walk onto the set point to the director and be like that dude is do really knows his shit like that. Dude's really can't believe that dude's doing all of this you know. And it's like fucking michael. Mann robert rodriguez. He's like yeah. Check that to you. Know it's like babe ruth or something you know what i mean like for guys that are into baseball or whatever. Look look at him. Like that's that's an right there you know and you know and i got to be that with him and we got to sort of share the experience of like the purge if that makes sense. What about what about in the book when it talks about being the actor and not being the director like how does that infiltrate your whole. You know vision like does that fuck with you that that your your dream is to be the director that that is your profession. No i don't think. I chose it as much as i think i'm just like i. It's it's really one of the. I feel really really blessed with feeling like like i like i like. That's what i have to be. You know right right like material. It chose you. This is your dream and that you can't do anything about it. Yeah we did. We've made these two videos this last month. One was for my girlfriend's band Star crawler and we did. It was like the biggest production. I've ever had like you know had the opportunity to work on like we just pulled everything together. We got like all these cameos fun was like a one day shoot. It was an amazing like you know it was just an amazing production. Smoothie finally got sick machine of feeling like we're doing this a commercial shit you know and and i felt so comfortable and then it's like a couple of weeks later. I'm doing one where it's like. It's just a my dp. And i and we have a blacks lax and mike. We're like unstrapped to the hood of a car because we're doing this video for this punk band dead city in the song's called net psychosis. And we're like it's just like the two of us in a cameron fucking running around just wild tweaker dude. You know and it's like the highest of the high the lowest of the low. Like i feel that's where i feel like the most at home is like in that position doing that. Like i can breathe in the lower my skill set to sort of like jain. I couldn't imagine filling any other role on set. You know. i think the best thing is like you got sober. And you got to make your dream come true. And i mean i was super impressed with the mike campbell. Dirty knobs video. The cova box. I love that. I watched a couple of star crawler videos. I think they're great Fun it's about to come out. I'm fucking proud of we'll promote it will promote it on the old on the old dopey show And like let me ask you this. Because like i'm a fan of drug movies and i never saw panic in needle park like what. That's your favorite. You would you put that on top of the mount. Rushmore of drug movies is yeah. I think i mean it's think man like they really just like it's the it's the one with the pain man like it's not a perfect movie but it's it's for me it's the most emotional of it's the one with the pain you know like i always thought like you know like requiem was like a dare add. It was terrifying like whole like you know what i mean. It's like the puck in the video that they show you like driving school where it's like like red asphalt to you know. Oh my god like they're like and they died you know but like to me. Panicking eagle park was like like. It's the one. It's the one that my experience i think how about you. What do you think. I mean for me like. It's fucked up because there's so many of your where you're at when you watch the movie. I think like if i was to add it all up drugstore cowboy. Just because i like the narration and i like the way they shot it and i love the dialogue like i love the humility of the dialogue. And i and i think matt dillon. Just his voice is great in that movie. So i i love that one. I love trainspotting. Trainspotting was great. I thought the the again like the narration. Narration is good and drug movies. It's true my see. My only problem is this thing of feeling like i'm like it's cool..
Do By Friday
"trainspotting" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Alex is hurt surgery on a baby. Emma kiss set his out a puppet. I said probably. It's a little bit like a puppet. She's not upset by any of this. I find it very upsetting to watch. Baby they call pete's and It's a pedes. They're working on it. And that's that's alex. Right alex's pedes. Yeah yeah it'd be the angry boy who's really really just inside. Yeah yeah he has stupid. Watch everyone on. That show is too emotional. Oh interesting interesting Yeah big cancelled except for trainspotting. We'll trainspotting gets pretty. Transplanting gets pretty late. Who's trainspotting transporting the guy from trainspotting. I've only seen that movie once because that upset me as well really. It's funny because i finally showed my kid the beginning of trainspotting so she could see the guy that i referred to in grey's anatomy strains gotcha inside and looks. He looks. he's so much younger. He looks so different. But you can totally tell him are no the man's name. Trainspotting grays kevin kevin mckay. That doesn't say oh. Yeah no fuck that guy. The is my leo. Hate him owen. Owen i hate him so much. Look look at it. Look how young. He is in this photo. That's him god. A timid trainspotting. Oh i call trainspotting maybe. I don't hate trainspotting. I just hate this actor with every fiber of my being. What's also got. What's the guy's name not. Jackie earle haley. But it's also got that guy that used to go with like we said we send junior high used to go with you should go with angelina. Jolie they met on they met on a hackers. And then jonny lee miller. I want to say his name. Johnny lee miller. He's in trainspotting china. Lee miller just. She ended all boyfriends. Have three names. Like gary david gary that kind of thing i the oh god you're right poor oop oop wait. No i don't like when people are like. Hey man. I love this show and i put it to the top of my cue every week. I'm like really. There are a lot of good punks like really. I don't know dunno. We jonny lee miller and who is this guy sometimes credited as johnny. Oh he's in transplants. In i go. Google search for him lee always. You'll see them. Yeah you'll probably see them in hackers. Oh which i still haven't seen i bought hackers. Yeah yeah it's That we crack the encryption. I'm in. I think it came out around the same time. Let me look. Do you remember network. Networks andhra seventy six patty tchaykovsky. No no no no limit movie. Okay this is did i hallucinate this move. I mean it wouldn't be out of mirror talking about the net. yes thank you. Thank you talking about the sandra bullock vehicle the net. And that's where the the character pie appears on your screen. And then i think you get you get the ringed as he aren't the this this. This movie was what we would watching computer class when it was not the time that was seen as a very silly movie in well. Apparently in two thousand in line was not seen as a silly movie by my computer teacher years old. Yeah thought that lennox was a company. Ole boy you a but oh. Gosh is the year of linens on the desktop. It's pronounced lennox. Actually it's pronounced lean ass- lean is that. Oh gosh lena. That's his real name. His name salinas is his name leanest pauling or is that the guy who invented vitamin c. Wow invented vitamin c is that like inventing the de. Do you invent a vitamin no. You throw the d. okay event. The c. vitamin c was also a a solo artist. That had a hit in late nineties. And i'd seen her performing with the band that she was in before vitamin c. Which whose name escapes me. What was the name of that band. Vitamin c. girl band and it was as the it is. It's one of those one of those letters to cleo type names vitamin c. graduation song. Yeah prince forever yeah. She's so cute. Oh this song. I mean it was. It was played at every graduation in the nineties. I believe she was like she was in liga. Pretty hard hard rock and indie rock band really. Oh yeah yeah yeah. Let's see cows all the time eve's plum which is a joke with the name of actors from the brady bunch eve's plum there you go. Yeah that's pretty anyway I guess that's it for this week. Yeah yeah recording. I mean i am okay yes. I am double checked. I o kosh a friend of the show mark graham hill. i think. Got my loop back to work. But i was too afraid to test it on on this show so i'll throw one of my other shows under the bus and doesn't it then but i i'm very excited to you. Know play very disarming noises out of i guess how to use that. Someday it's on my list Oh yeah you we. We want to talk about The toilet snake. Oh okay yes yes. I just in the early morning times. I saw headline from cnn. World man bitten by neighbors escaped python while sitting on the toilet. And i immediately thought. This is either florida or australia. It's gotta be city yourself. It's got to be australia. Yes yeah exactly. Where else would a python come out of a toilet Flaws if we're being honest florida too. But it's got australia all over. I had no no. It was austria austria ryan. So close. I just want to mention this. You see the headline. I put in here so i look at it. Google news a few times a day. Which i don't know. Why do i still do out of habit. I just look at it sometimes and you know. Sometimes they'll be like a persistent thing. That just won't go away like some like even. If it's the thing i want to hear about like matt gaetz sometimes they'll be something there over and over and over and i say show me less the shimmy shimmy less but the headline that i saw probably seven times yesterday was the following headline austrian man bitten by python during visit to the toilet and i was. I could not stop. I understand you know what this is. In the guardian and two countries divided by a shared language. Did he visit the toilet because it kind of sounds like he's he's on a german doing that but austin's have more dignity than that. Would you go on a toilet vacation. I mean is there the toilet. No i'm not going to take a huge. I'm going to do an absolute paint job on it. But i am but i am going to visit it. Take some photos. Pick up some souvenir sometimes. Just gotta check. The mud pie is just asking some questions you know. He's just as joe rogan podcast club. He had a visit to the toilet. You ever visit.
"trainspotting" Discussed on Citations Needed
"All die and so he forgives her. Let's back in the program so this is again. Why is this not really correct. Why is the threat of jail. Which against still informs our understanding in criminal justice system jailer. Rehab get better or go to jail. Why is that bad. So the in the kind of the mainstream now like addiction is called the brain disease and yet the prescribed course of treatments are punitive and coercive and largely unscientific and ineffective. And like i said moments ago addiction substance use disorder clinically defined by psychiatrists by doctors. Whoever as compulsive use a compulsion something you can't really control get a hold of a compulsion that persists despite negative consequences and so why would jail yet another consequence like affect change in her. And what. I always kind of get back to when someone is forced into a treatment setting that they're not responding to. It's always their fault. It's like blame the patient. Blame the victim. Whatever it's there's ever self reflection about what are we doing wrong. That isn't reaching you. It's always get with the program or get the fuck out and go to jail right. Have tremendous incentive to basically fake it exactly and people often just fake it to look good for a judge and then get back and it's a waste of everyone's time and there is there's no there's no empirical basis from any of this really like look at that treatment center. It looked like a summer camp for adults. They're holding hands and singing songs at a lake house. That looks kind of like a hospital or something right. Why do we send people with a potentially lethal health condition to a place like that. I like how it's like reminds me of like tuberculosis. back in the day. Like head west. Go get some sun like that to be fair. That's got nothing. Yeah thirties reaches. I don't know. Do you go out. West on the oregon california these kind of rehab evens these kind of meccas where people from all over the country and even the world get flown in send to and they're on the beach throughout like malibu ranch and they're putting horses they're doing basically a bunch of like daycare camp activities and they call it addiction treatment and they bill insurance companies thousands of dollars per day for this treatment. I'm curious zack. Like films like basketball. Diaries and trainspotting and requiem for a dream. Like how do those kind of all build up into the kind of hillbilly elegy trope. What's interesting and like i sort of wrote about. This guy went on like a tear during the pandemic just watching movies and like it wound up turning into some articles and essays and stuff i wrote and i could see the kind of like trajectory of film about heroin and opioids. And what's really interesting. Is that in basketball. Diaries and trainspotting like you have the cd. Underworld and the main characters are the actual heroin users yet like leonardo dicaprio and ewan mcgregor and like there's a lot of action and dynamic and interesting stuff and you know basketball. Diaries isn't so much about treatment. As it is about like the life of a heroin user in new york in this moment in time and and and in trainspotting you know they talk a bit about methadone. but it's sort of like denigrated as like just just another. Hi you're chasing and not an effective treatment. And i think what's interesting is that over time be narratives in Film about heroin and opioids in the midst of the overdose crisis that the country is in. They really d- center the user. It's not about the drug user really anymore. it's about how the drug user affects their loved ones in the family so the main character in all the modern day opioid dramas. It's either a terrified mother. A terrified father a struggling sister or brother in trying to help their sibling. Like that's really the be dynamic. The dramatic element is always the the the relationship now that de centers the user and kind of treats them like a selfish egotistical manipulative child. Who just needs to grow up. And i want to about this because this is this is very is a common trope in policy discussions as well. We talked about this when we did the appeal podcasts. Two and a half years ago. Things like suboxone another kind of explain to the listeners. What that is and how. That's become politicized as a kind of basically the government's handing out heroin people enabling enabling very much enabling rhetoric and one of the things again. I want to be clear here. Like we understand it from a narrative perspective a character having an arc from degenerate drug addict to like revelation. Paul to damascus. Find jesus arc of spiritual enlightenment cut to them. You know cutting wood in the woods you know. Sort of with their family drinking seltzer. And that is more dramatic than the sort of where the science has led us which is like harm reduction controlled environments the boredom of withdrawal boredom of withdrawal. Maybe people age out. god forbid you just. Aj let's doesn't film well. This is not very dramatic. It's mostly fucking boring and it doesn't really have the sense that you've gone from rock bottom to the top. It's more like you kinda level out the progression living your life and you change your habits sort of maybe and gigi and some people even have they micro us or which you definitely don't want these in that does sort of offends our sense of binary right. We're the only socially acceptable form of recovery is pure abstinence. Your teetotaler now you don't we'll be. You can smoke a pack of cigarettes a day. Chuck cough right obviously. Totally normal totally cool. So long as you're not doing other drugs and so yeah like there's a lot there and i. I really think that at least when. I'm talking about medications. It's at least for opioid addiction. It's a really good prognosis. Like i would rather be diagnosed with a heroin addiction than than like pink radic cancer or something like with heroin addiction. We have super effective medications that reduce the mortality rate all cause mortality not just mortality from heroin by mortality from all things in life by over fifty percent like these drugs in any other context would be considered miracles and they would be widely prescribed. And but they're not they're not telling us out because this is this is enabling forms pilots back to enabling like so methadone and buprenorphine both of these drugs that treat opioid addiction are themselves opioids and the way that works is when you're using a so we all have endogenous opioid systems. Basically our own bodies produce endorphin and. that's latin for morphine within. We produce natural painkillers neuro chemicals. That kill pain. So when we stub our to- endorphin releases and our brain gets a signal. Okay time for the pain to cool down and so over time. When you introduce egg sajjan opioids into your system. A.k.a heroin or oxycodone. Whatever your body stops producing its natural opioids so your system is thrown off. It's like you're you're just like you're not quite right. And so what happens. Is introducing a safe regulated relatively mild opioid that lasts for a long time. It's like sprang. Wd forty on creaky door. It just lubricates. The system satiated the craving. And you can just basically take these drugs and live your life and it's not dramatic. It's not sexy. It's just going to a doctor and picking up your pills because the point right you can just live your life totally normal. No one would ever know if if.
H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"trainspotting" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast
"Some fucking ninja on his xbox part in a plane flight simulator ninety play that microsoft flight simulator. Now trainspotting hats on its wouldn't wouldn't even describe is A game now. It's literally only laptop. You can pick the plane. You wanna fly all controls and the laptop. All possible possible. Couldn't even get plane going. They sat down there was. We'll see we'll see a little suspicious. There was a you know about the show not would with the options trade. And that's a fucking asa wave i get. I have told you about this people forgotten. So sean atwood was a a drug dealer. But he was living in arizona and he was a trader on wall..
The Cinephiliac Lounge
"trainspotting" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge
"But she like a looney toon character with with the bean bag gun rifle and tax. It's like oh wait a minute. I forgot to say this thing. And you go on tangents and you. Then you go on the the you touch upon the back story or origin of the hunter's a little bit which which happens like three times in the movie where they keep going back there and also i wanted to. I forgot daniel. Pemberton does the sm- music for this. And he did the soundtrack to man from the man from uncle guy ritchie's foam. If you saw that. I have really enjoyed that one. I loved his score for this and this is fine. The music in the snow. I mean and suicide squad to the money that they spent for music rights alone. I mean they have different cut of music every forty five seconds of like expensive popular music. Yeah i think it wasn't as bad as suicide squad. Suicide squad was like a music video at points. It was crazy but go back towards the so you get lost and to the point and then it goes back and then literally twenty minutes later. Were brought back to the same moment of harley going parlay and you're like your oh this is too much too much you guys take into. But so now that i knew that Had that idea of it being from her point of view. What i want to bring up. What i thought was very interesting. They said she wanted to street. Level story in apps of the world of the usual superhero fair but they also wanted to be unusual and structurally unusual unusual and margot robie and claimed date that they were loved and inspired by trainspotting and true romance because both which they thought were ensemble nontraditional storytelling movies but have traditional react structures. Which i thought okay. I kinda transparent but when i was watching this would be. I watched this before i read. This article My notes were like so. Is she trying to be a guy ritchie film because it felt like she was going for lex. Lock stock two smoking barrels or snatch jumping around but messier. Yeah not as good. I know you're talking about by the way just a side note. Have you seen guy. Ritchie's king arthur. Movie have not. It's really weird. He does all of his typical like jumping around rapid cots and everything. But it's it's medieval times or whatever. It doesn't work. It doesn't work for those genre who it's amazing. Okay now anyway. Sorry i have to check it out. But the other thing when i was watching the movie initially in the animated sequence and just help craze i would've i would've said guy ritchie louise or natural born killers but they claim was trainspotting or true romance which i don't remember torments being that dead optima ahead structured. It's not like pulp fiction. No no it's not. Yeah yeah that's weird. I don't get that. I don't get that either but whatever i've seen i've seen true romance lot deny that's mcconnell households favorites of true But in any case you've got to give it to her. She actually the other thing. I thought was interesting. Got her us citizenship in the midst of doing this film. So i thought that was. That was interesting and the other interesting thing. Talk director kathy yan. She wrote directed phone. Call dead pigs in two thousand eighteen. Which i have not seen seems a quite a bright woman. She attended princeton. Nyu and she was a reporter for the wall street journal. She's got an interesting resume. I yeah i read about her to as like wow this is..
Monocle 24: The Menu
Food Neighbourhoods: Edinburgh, Leith
"A few miles. North of Edinburgh's Old Town on the coast of the birth of fourth. You'll you'll find historic port of leaf. Area was made up of several medieval settlements which by eighteen thirty three had grown into a burr and in nineteen twenty that Burr was merged into editor. Lee has quite the history. It was Scotland's main ports of trade and was the final stopping point of the Royal Yacht Britannia. And if that doesn't ring a bell maybe this will choose good health look cholesterol and dental insurance. Choose fixed interest mortgage repayments choose. I just thought it was the site of the old leaf station. Gave Birth to the title of Irvine. Welsh's novel trainspotting. Lead has more recently become one of Scotland's hottest food destinations traditional pubs fantastic food markets. Lead has something and for everyone and feeling a little more fancy. It's worth mentioning that. It's also home to a handful of Mitchum starred restaurants Scottish menswear menswear designer was born and bred in Edinburgh and today overlooking the water of Leith. You'll find his flagship store at custom lane is also casting and his wife. Gemma brand directive cast in hair call home leaf for us as a really lead by area. And it's a really good sense of a creative community that doesn't really exist elsewhere. In Edinburgh on I think that there is a level All of collaborative economy in customs. Wharf where you've got lots of different studios from lots of different disciplines which we can tap into which is really important for us. We've got photographers before graphic designers. There's jewelry makers architects so it makes for a really interesting dates day experience and you get pulled into lots of different projects acts that can enrich the whole the whole vibe so from a food. Point of view was really pioneering particularly within the high level Mitchell and star level with them. Food Leaf has always had sort of. It'd be more Mitchell and stars in any square mile in the country than it has been previously ICU with Castanon Jr and and to get the inside Info on leads top food and drink hot spots. And we're better place to start with breakfast. I think for for me it it's an everyday Place to go but definitely Bros bagels. I think on lethal walk. They they've been around nine maybe about a year. They've saw set themselves up at the sleepwalk which is really been a pretty bold move because it's been quite a kind of color full area going in there one of the first progressive food retailers really going. Mr They've always got a selection of probably maybe about ten different types of beagles. The E can pick from with all their different fillings. And it just delivers every time. Yeah you know. If you've AH ten minutes to get Beagle have not about better. Yeah Okay and then I wanNA smoke lunch. Where you'RE GONNA IF WE'RE GONNA quickly to nip how we probably we probably and Commons? They have an amazing onsite bakery. So it's always smells great and the sourdough bread is perfect and you can pick up. Take your breakfast I the next day. They do really good who pastries and sandwiches and soups. But if we're taking clients I there's some place called the shore which is an old school leaf beef establishment. It's slightly art deco inside. It's a really beautiful bar and kind of smooth mirrors and then you can have a really nice. Does beautiful fish sughrue fish restaurants along along. The waterfront starts with fishers. And then there's the shore and ship and kings wore when they're they're all really really great fish restaurants fishing japes leaf has got one of the best fish and chip restaurants in probably Scotland. It's called the new haven fish market on generally at key there for an hour in the summer chips and then coming into dinnertime. Where would you go for more laid back than a little favor of ours? The shafts are young. There's a love entrepreneurial. Young shafts are delivering amazing modern Scottish cuisine and I think they do a lot foraging. They've got low bar and quite often. When you're walkin there you can see what Lebron foraging origin? Four place on the bar. It's a really nice intimate experience. Bara is another one. That's literally just over. The water are really dynamic. Husband and wife you who they just you know when you can tell them their heart and soul into it and it's nice to go somewhere has set many but that it doesn't feel stuffy. There's new white tablecloths but there's really nice are on the walls there's good music play is a good atmosphere and the feed is really exciting. And it's actually very good value for money shifts would come from the Martin wishaw Autom- kitchen the training of these places. All they've been you know the Venus Scandinavia and working with or come back to you know. Add Marin started up their own restaurants in in small affordable places in Iran leaf. And I suppose that's the great thing about leaf it's been you know affordable for people to come in and and whether it's startups in in restaurants or in menswear or whatever is given a home in an incubator to showcase the best of en route can do do and then once you've lied to stomachs going get some drinks. Let's start off maybe with just sort of an old fashioned goodall pint buys your a favorite baiser Lee is really good for old fashioned boozers. And it's almost like the fish restaurants that this run along the waterfront nobles is probably one of the most famous ones. It's probably got some real stories to tell the history of the years you know particularly when the sailors were coming in here to darker think There's been in a few few stories told in some of these boozers. Sophie's another great boozer rose. Leaf is a is kind of almost I suppose our our local. Um I'm who also do great great from pub food the dreadnought is also quite like going to the treading on when we moved up here. I find it difficult to find a proper purpose. That wasn't just an old man's Poppin dreadnought really laid back by an which we really like clearly has a low competition your favorite boozers. If you want a glass of wine where you're GONNA go. I really liked the shore. Just feels I think. Because it's quite art deco in there and it's it's very atmospheric. It just feels really relaxed taxed. That's probably for me my favorite for glass of wine. You know some of the good restaurants like the Chop House of Great Barr beside them which is maybe a little bit more like a wine bar or kitchen kitchen restaurant and bar there as well? It's worth mentioning that you don't fancy the key see for a Bagel or dressing up for Mitcham Star. Dinner lethal also has a pretty spectacular food market called the pit and was never really had a kind of food market is such so started in effectively car park in with a garage next door to a and a couple of guys who had trucks maybe had restaurants and tyrone came down and just started up doing great food at really good prices and and then live music then started up by people guitars or saying kind of spawned into whole whole kind of music program and you know many better places for people to go in on a on a Saturday in the pit and the monarchial Cairn Banerjee and what better way to play now than with the track by Scottish music legends the proclaim. There's no awards here for guessing. 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James Bond 25: Danny Boyle will no longer direct the next 007 movie
"Producers Michael g Wilson and. Barbara broccoli along with star Daniel Craig. Announced that Danny Boyle had exited the project over creative differences foil the director of Slumdog millionaire and Trainspotting had. Confirmed a direct the twenty-fifth 007 film earlier this year Boyle. And his regular collaborator John Hodge had been working, on a script with production set to start in December. The film often. Referred to as bond twenty-five, is set to be released in November. Of twenty nine hundred I'm
James Bond 25: Danny Boyle will no longer direct the next 007 movie
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At The Movies with Arch and Ann
Review: 'The Spy Who Dumped Me'
"Hasn't he thinks a also does ticker, right? Yeah, he has a wonderful, wonderful. Originally Gilbert, Godfrey was supposed to. Busy being. I found it very moving, and surprisingly touching said in the back row weeping for my lost childhood, bring all the things that are no longer available to me, I think is a great family flick. So that's good. I saw the Middleburg film festival had a screening of puzzles. Stowing Kelly MacDonald, right? Yes. And she arrived in town and first of all, I would like to say she's very open about this. She's forty two years old and she looks like she's twenty five, and that's why she is a movie star because I won't tell you how old I am, but I look about thirty years older than that. And it's a nice little. Movie of a of a downtrodden housewife who finds her Mojo doing jigsaw puzzles that she finds a partner and, and you know, it's, it's not exciting. It's not. It's not loud or anything, but it's a nice. It's a, it's a nice coming of age film and don't just Google jigsaw accidentally. Cassava, Papa torture porn totally different than what you. Yes, she is a lovely actress in. We're talking about this the other day. I think it was off Mike, but just some of the things that she's been. She was first in Trainspotting as a child. Essentially, he was the baby on the ceiling. Boardwalk empire. She was in no country for old men. And that's to me because I know she Scottish and beautiful doing the boardwalk empire thing was very hard because she was Irish desires, but the southern Tekere western Texas accent. She had. She might as well been born in Odessa. Here's your own lady bird. How do they do? I don't know. So I'm a big fan and it's it's a lovely movie, and I saw the spy who dumped me the other night because somebody needed to go to that. Kunas and Kate McKinnon, and it's not very good would expect. And Kate McKinnon is squandering her talent. And so I am worried about she is Uber, talented, death, but even I think we all agree and you should never judge a movie on the trailer, and then we saw the trailer. It was like, oh, no, really? And so that you're telling me that my fears are confirmed. They play it like a Saturday Night Live sketch except it's two hours law to our. I wrote this down. It's one hundred sixteen minutes when she's Larry on SNL. I wonder why. I mean, what is it that you Ghostbusters. Needs to develop her own material or work with people who know her to develop stuff for her. That really doesn't have to just take any script. Melissa McCarthy will write her own. Sometimes it's hit or miss, but sometimes hilarious. Even Melissa McCarthy, I was thinking Melissa McCarthy because she needs a new breakout something to get her to the next. She's doing the same thing over and over. Again. It seems to me and Mila Kunis was hilarious. And Ted ten thought was Jerry, so they both can do it, but not this time not time. So here's a reminder and Hornets when she's in town reviews at Washington Post dot com. And I'm arch.
Donna and Marley
Danny Boyle will direct next James Bond movie
"Trending a throwback clarissa explains it all that show is trending because his because it is the latest show from your childhood to get the reboot treatment according to the hollywood reporter melissa joan hart is in talks to star in a clarisa explains it all reboot also danny boyle trending the trainspotting director said he's directing the twenty fifth james bond film which would also be daniel craig's final film starring as 007 and continuing to trend this morning avengers infinity war the final trailer for the upcoming marvel movie is out now in that movie hits theaters on april twentyseventh that's what's trending here at mytalk now it's time for your five eyewitness news weather forecast brought to you by invision distinctive eyewear today mostly sunny skies with a high of forty three tonight partly cloudy skies and a low for twenty four and tomorrow nothing but sun and a high of fifty degrees currently the mytalk studios it's sunny and it's twenty nine now you know what we know more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com no no nine looking welcome back donna and save on mytalk one zero seven one.