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Another Mysterious Monolith Suddenly Appears — This Time In Romania

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:38 min | 2 d ago

Another Mysterious Monolith Suddenly Appears — This Time In Romania

"Just thought it was safe. Remember talking about that Noblest about monolith That was in You know the hinterlands utah well and it suddenly disappeared. Well another one has suddenly appeared. This time in romania just in case you're keeping track of the ever revolving monolith as it seems to be making. Its way around the world. Is that the same one. Eight fifty now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi. Gay dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the collision specialist studios. Yep less than two weeks after authority stumbled literally across that mysterious metal object standing freely in the utah desert kind of looked like a giant and just days after disappeared while a similar monolith has been reported nearly halfway around the world. Oh those aliens pissy. Aren't they where in. The world is the monolith residents in the romanian city and for you of romanian descent. I apologize if i mangle. The city's name but residents in the romanian city of piatra nipped said they have found another odd item. That could have been ripped from the set of two thousand one. A space odyssey local newspaper reported by npr reports that the monolith like the one discovered in. I believe it was southeastern. Utah is about ten to twelve feet. Tall apparently composed entirely of a dimly reflective metal. It was reportedly found that standing on a plateau near archaeological site overlooking the city journal. Fm local radio station there recorded video the purported revealing an eye aching sheen and looped markings among its are along at surface. Now apparently not the same one so here enter. Andrei cal cal. Bolivia mayor of piatra neom. Well he appears to be taking the news in stride saying there's no reason to panic for those who think there is still life in the universe this according to a translation of a facebook post that he posted after the discovery surfaced on friday according to this translation by the independent he went on to say my guess is is that some alien cheeky and terrible. Teenagers left home with their parents. Ufo and started planting metal monoliths around the world. i and utah and then at piatra nipped. I am honored that they chose our city now. The monolith in utah disappeared less than a ten days. After officers from the state's department of public safety for spotted authorities profess their utter confusion at its presence. In utah's country. They were no less confused by its sudden disappearance overnight on friday poof just like that and adventure. Photographer said that. He spotted for men dismantling of so. It wasn't alien. Maybe they were masquerading as human spot photographer. Saying he's spotted for men dismantling the structure this according to the new york times and all that was left of the structure on saturday morning. And you can fire up google earth and see. This was a triangular metal piece that used to be on top and a whole where the base of the tower stood this according to the salt lake. Tribune hey it gives us something other to talk about then the craziness going on. Well i suppose it would fall into that category but all of the bad craziness going on throughout twenty twenty now. The bureau of land management. Utah denied moving the structure. Well and as for that. Those so mysterious monolith in romania kabylia's said he had no answers himself but that he wouldn't be all that upset. If the found mystery happened to attract tourists to city adding beyond the conspiracy theories. That can be tempting. I'd like to see this randomness as further proof that our city is special for the earthlings. And maybe not only for them as the monolith mystery deepens

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An Unexplained Monolith in the Utah Desert

Kottke Ride Home

01:57 min | Last week

An Unexplained Monolith in the Utah Desert

"A helicopter crew from. Utah's department of public safety. Were on a routine assignment coming bighorn sheep in the southeastern part of the state when they spotted a mysterious silver monolith in the middle of the red rock standing about ten to twelve feet tall. Perfect shiny triangular prism the crew. Says it definitely looks like it was planted there on purpose not dropped from above on accident. Short of some nasa experiment pilot brit. Hutchings thinks it was probably put there by an artist maybe fan of two thousand one. A space odyssey. It does bear a striking resemblance to the black monolith that appears in that film but the department of public safety reminded people in a statement that installations on public land require permits quote. No matter what planet. You're from end quotes. They've also said they won't disclose exactly where they found it. Because it's in a location that could be dangerous to navigate for amateur hikers. And they don't want to cause curious visitors to injure themselves or become stranded. But they did post a bunch of photos and videos taken by the crew with the monolith including one where one of the guys standing on top of another one's shoulders to get a measurement of the monolith against lincoln. The show notes. So you can see for yourself with this mysterious structure. Looks like i'm kind of curious how long it's been there you know. How often do people fly over this part of red rock country looking for sheep or otherwise paying close enough attention to have noticed it. The guardian pointed out that some people have noticed. The monolith bears striking resemblance to the works of artists. John mccracken who did live in nearby new mexico but died. Eight years ago he's galleries. David's werner did not return request for comment from the guardian. Is it possible. The monolith has been there for over eight years just waiting to be discovered or was it planted by someone else or some thing else. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.

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Halloween Special

Walking the Shadowlands

04:32 min | Last month

Halloween Special

"Those cultures who celebrate Halloween is more commonly known as a night when kids and kids-at-heart dress up in costumes in the kids go trick-or-treating Gorge themselves on Molly's in the adults have parties booked it falls on October 31st, because the ancient Garlic Festival of San home considered the earliest known route of Halloween occurred on this day. It marked a pivotal time of year when the seasons changed but more importantly observers also believe that the boundary between this word and the needs to be came especially thin at this time in a black seem to connect with the did this belief is shared by some other cultures. It's a night where it's become tradition to hear or tell ghost stories watch horror movies and generally skyros. And his son doing it here in the southern hemisphere. We haven't really had Halloween is such a huge thing. Like it is in parts of the northern hemisphere particularly the USA but some just celebrated here. So in honor of the season and the fact that there are two Halloween Yves in the world one in each hemisphere, I'm having special episodes of the book in the shadowlands podcast wage one today for our Halloween's Eve and 1 tomorrow for the northern hemisphere is Halloween Eve two nights of January and ghost stories and paranormal experiences. So get comfortable turn down the lights but not too low you want to be able to see what is Luke in in the corner of your room or out in your car door or on your stairs get you a nice warm cup of tea or coffee or favorite Tipple and your rug if it's cold where you are all you want what? Did you hear that? Was it my imagination? That must have just been my imagination. Are you ready to walk with me into this part of the shadowlands and see what awaits us there. Are you brave enough? In let's began. This is the second year that Wilkins should events happen able to have Halloween episodes which are a lot of fun to create invoice. But this year though. It's a little different because I've had some wonderful gifts on I'm going to re share some of them a paranormal experiences that our new listeners and welcomed you all this wonderful evening may not have heard before. I'll start this episode offers an incident that happened to me recently when I lived in the United States and the early to mid-2000s with my v and husband off. At that time I was living in a small town called wax off about 30 minutes out of Charlotte North Carolina beautiful little town. It was mid-morning. It was Daylight broad daylight. I was sitting in our sun room resting because I just hurt my back. I could be remove it was a bit of a mission for me to get on and off the chair but like being in late pregnancy, it took me a few minutes. I definitely couldn't just sleep off by she like I would have family. So I was just sitting there feeling rather. Sorry for myself reading and just resting when out of the corner of my left eye. I see this large blonde Vaguely Familiar woman standing on the other side of our Deacon. I saw her from the waist up which actually was impossible but I didn't even consider this at the time because of the height of the digging from the ground and birth It's made her about twelve feet tall. I did a double-take when I realized she was smiling broadly at me and waving to get my attention. I smiled and waved back at her and called out to Jail the next room. I told him there was someone on our property who was wanting our attention. Could he plz cheak and at the same time? I turned to look at him in the other room when I turned back to look at her if she'd gone.

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

03:27 min | Last month

"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

"They take one of the highest cuts while I? Mean that's not surprising. Considering Rolleston movies in. Yeah. The monopoly. Yeah. It's. It's one of things where it's just like that. That's actually like kind of my biggest. Guilt. Point. Not, Amazon basically removed Amazon from my life, but like spotify and all these other. All the other streaming platforms and stuff it's just really I mean I use it too. But I also recognize that they could absolutely afford to pay people of fear Raipur Stream and have chosen to and. I'm glad that a lot of people are starting to talk about that and I'm glad that there's a whole streaming subcommittee in in the Union that I'm not part of I work with a venues corner, which is about A. Physically trying to to make venues more safe for patrons, workers, musicians, etcetera. Yeah on a couple of other points but the streaming people have been really really working on a campaign to basically request higher rates for the musicians part of the platform the other thing. The streaming services don't do like credits so There's all kinds of things they could do to how people get paid from from every part of the the record you know and they have not done seem so crucial now too because it's just like, Oh, you cut out tour anyway we're making any money. You have you done any like livestream shows are zoom shows. have mostly been avoiding it because I don't even before this I hate to play. So it's like not fun for me on this now, the component where you have to film and record yourself. So I not only have to lake producer video, but I have engineer and mix a song of something I don't even liked doing. I've mostly been saying no but I- digits do a big project that it took me like a week to get done where I did a full band sat. How but it's done and maybe now that I know how to do it I'll subject myself to it again, it just like aside in the work of on the musician side of making your Performance or whatever is it's just like isn't the whole point of lives stuff that you're getting? You know your, there's an exchange of energy between them. It's a very dry weird but yeah I mean, this was fun because I got to at least play with my bandmates dislike. Removed on time and Space Yeah Well, thank you so much for coming by the show. This is really fun. Yeah. So glad we finally had you on. And everybody checkout haunted pain. It's really great like it's just like there's so many ear worms in this Alabama. Just fantastic. Thank you I. Wish We'd got to do a video on it but I know I know next one yeah. You got like we didn't even get into it but you've been like one of the most innovative music video like making people right now Sarah like you really got over that that covert production obstacle. As, great look about they all took so much longer than any music video I've done just turn. Yeah. But no, it's like such a paid off. You're just like how did you do that? It's so great. and. We put a song from your album on the October. Night call mix yet. Spooky Halloween Times Society, where can people find you online?.

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

08:49 min | Last month

"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

"I can do this more, but I was always fairly convinced still fairly convinced that it's just not a thing. I do naturally too many synapses I'm sure it'd be good if I could get to that point but not yet definitely know. What kind of are there any kind of like holistic year new ag things like isolation tanks that you would ever consider exploring I mean I do all kinds of of Hippie Shit was the best hippie? Shit. I guess you know I I get acupuncture which in some ways is you know that's that's just medicine. If a lot of that stuff is stuff you just can't do now I mean the isolation is probably like one of the things you could do because it's literally an isolation pod but you know when I was in Vegas Like walking through like one of these like malls that connects the tier casinos and they had a bunch of those aqua massage tables out you know like the tube where the the water puddle tumbles people it's basically you get put into a rubber bag and then like jets of water like massage you. So you don't get wet obviously, but it's very disturbing to watch because it just looks like a body in a body bag getting washed with water. At its but that's why I'm getting eaten by a waterbed like it just wrapped in a waterbed. I've sort of the idea but I was also nice though I think it's probably feels really good and I was like Oh this makes a lot of sense I mean aside from like being in a mall but like you know Massages are sort of hard to come by if that's something that you're getting regularly or. Something that you know your your muscles need or whatever you can get pummeled by some water instead of human hands, the machines will do all the work. I'M NOT GONNA put I guess putting my mom on blast a little bit here. I'M GONNA tease my mom. Mom She Before all this, she has a gym membership in Connecticut and she'll go on the eliptical. She just fifteen minutes on the elliptical Can Be very casual pace, and then she goes there's like a waterbed massage thing at the gym and she'll go on for forty five minutes. So I'm pretty sure she only has the gym membership to use the lake massage machines. Let's legit especially on the before times if you could get a gym with steam room in it like that's the worst. That's worse than a membership oxygen I. Miss. I Miss My gym. I missed my weird steam room ethical del Ymca. I was GONNA. Say I'm Hollywood why over here the Glendale why was? Gone -Ted and that was part of what I loved about. It had an empty hot tub that had just lights flickering on it all the time like a David. Lynch. Turtles and hot tubs and steam rooms are just haunted. Yeah. Hundred Hot Tub is our vibe about of the YMCA. Haunted because the Hollywood, one is very haunted feeling. It's like a labyrinth in it's all of these very strange old buildings with old lakes lavish style building rate. Yeah. Yeah and it has a lot of like courtyards with kind of you know all of these multi-storey buildings around it. So you see like the little faces in the window and you're standing in the courtyard I thought it was hunted my daughter did ballet and felt very that room was especially like how to. How to Be. Some. Nice. Wishing I lived outside of philly where are wise not nearly use. We. Well before we let you go. I wanted to talk a little bit because I realized it had been like a year since you were part of this no music for ice campaign which really awesome and is still active apparently. But this was kind of happening around the the Amazon music festivals. Like in last December, which I recently saw like a a billboard for that was still up because you know like no billboards are getting turned over. So actually billboard for the. The, they have so much money. They probably just got to stop paying for it. Yeah. Yeah. They'll still be advertising this this music festival from December but yeah, apparently was a massive flop and had almost no attendance they had to like give away tickets. Yeah. I heard that they were just like giving out. Are, like deeply discounting them But yeah, and it was it was thing where I mean I was kind of surprised that there wasn't more of a A. Large rejections of fat. Like there were so many people were like Oh cool. Yeah. Amazon's in the music festival business now. Instead of just sort of like. I don't know it just felt like such A. Off Tone thing to do especially with how much their involvement with ice had been in the news. Recently, it's like really you're GonNa go do the Halliburton. Music Festival like it just I don't know that. But I was really I really appreciated your your involvement in like vocally were around that Yeah. It was a cool It was a cool thing to be a part of and it was amazing to see how many people pretty instantly signed onto it. I. Think we announced it had about a thousand musicians sign on lake within the. On the Friday by Monday, there were over thousand signatures. Of just a lot of musicians who? pledged not to do collaborative projects with Amazon until they ended their the it's such a complicated net of subsidiaries but basically, Amazon technology powers not only the infrastructure that ice uses to track into port people but also a lot of police departments use for like facial recognition stuff like that. Just so Messed up surveillance all that Cowan tears stuff. Yeah, exactly. As said web of company names. Yeah so we did that project. It was kind of funny like I was working on this record while we launched that it was a really small group of people who started it like maybe six of us So I was tracking haunted painting when we launched and I. was in the studio doing strings, woodwinds stuff for the first time in my life working long twelve, thirteen our studio days, and then immediately getting on email to lake send out. To press about what was going on waking up the next morning like four hours before studio time to continue to send Presi meals and respond to them. So it was very relatable kind of intense project to take on in the middle of like a very intense recording project even like. Win. The festival was happening. We were trying to coordinate. We were able to get a bunch of the no music for ice t shirts on the ground to festival attendees sort of explain to them like. Why this is a problem and that was all going on while I was at Sonic ranch. So I taped like a local news segment actually weirdly over Blake before the coronavirus heart. If I hadn't like that before I take a Vegas News segment while I was mixing legal outside one second just to talk about why no one should be at this festival and for the most part media didn't cover it. They didn't touch it. We'll go list of press names and it was all like I'm the cannabis reporter for college in Reno It was funny to see it up but a lot of the people who? Are. Involved with no music for isis kind of moved over to the Union of Musicians in allied workers which launched in March and we're sort of involved in a number of different projects that are. Not only like trying to secure more ethical pay in treatment for for music workers, but also making clear our stances on. Human Rights, abuses like this and why musicians? Collaborate with companies to choose to engage in them. So it's been. It's been a nice group to be part of the I'm really psyched on a lot of the projects that we're working on. That's awesome. Yeah I mean, I don't really know the INS and outs of all this stuff and how people are getting paid. I, mean one thing I was hearing from musicians was just like Oh will Amazon's platform like Amazon Music not necessarily I don't know about the streaming platform but like it's one of the lower paid it's one of the lower pays per like stream sale of any of the online music retailers but overall pretty abysmal. Mostly, like sales jail. they take one of the highest cuts while I? Mean that's not surprising. Considering Rolleston movies in. Yeah. The monopoly. Yeah..

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

06:15 min | Last month

"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

"What was Tarantino doing they're just hanging out having the salsa and the time safe so Tony seems to know everybody who's like a really lovely person has all kinds of incredible. Stories. That it's not always clear if they're completely true about like Juarez cartel activity he told us a very fun story about hand soup being was. With. The the hand, he's an insect secret from a hand made from human hands. Part on. I just watched Texas chainsaw massacre. So this completely tracks. Hike Molly has not flinched listening. She's like, yeah, that's Texas. They make hand soup down there. It's a true story said at the beginning of the. Like hand soap. But hands. No. That's incredible I. See this all even the ghost stuff even the spooky stuff even the presence of Quentin turned. You know this all sounds kind like right now my latest quarantine era dream is to have a home studio or have like a residential studio like I want to like buy a farmhouse in Iowa and let people come through in like Finnish movies in it. This is the first time I've spoken this publicly but like I'm GonNa, I'm putting it out to the. Fast One I'm saying Texas chainsaw massacre be very careful with those old farmhouses. We don't have so many cannibals in Iowa, but we have children of the corn. Writing. The fundraising why will not fun but There's a couple of different like, of course, once I heard that this is haunted, I'm going on all the weird like forums that look like they're from nineteen, ninety eight reporting every ghost citing in Texas There's apparently a little girl by the. Little girl by the train tracks There's there's a few outside of Sonogram Shit Self, but it's Quite, it's quite literally the border like you could walk in. Be Mexico quite easily and apparently some of the buildings on site at this studio, which is like pretty large. You have to like trucks and stuff on site that you have to try to get around to some of the different studios. So they've made use of some really old buildings in some of them were apparently used As a holding cell free people crossing the border. So there's like probably messed up stuff that happened. Yeah prior to. It becoming this farm which may be explained like, yeah, it's a chart goes bad energy. They're getting the corner. Yeah. So there's apparently no good and bad ghosts there, but I didn't get I didn't get to meet anybody. Excuse. Well, let's we wanted to take a night call with you a night email twenty guys wanna read it. Yeah. This comes from London Eddie Hi night call crew longtime listener first-time emailer big fan of the pod heavy podcast I went to an isolation pod for May twenty. First Birthday on a whim decided to ignore skeptical thoughts figuratively dived into the experience during the hour-long float is more of a genuine meditational feeling than I had ever gotten from traditional methods. I spent the following three hours feeling the same. floaty feeling across my entire body slash consciousness. The feeling only started to wane after I'd been in the cinema for a while and the crazy third act of sorry to bother Yuqing crashing down interestingly enough the isolation centre was in the middle of London's Central Business District. By the look of the other customers it seemed like high-powered exempts have swapped their weekly Squash Court lunches for our long isolation sessions I. Wish I'd stayed to ask one if it helps to escape or if it helps them visualize I can't decide if. I also miss read this email the first time and I thought that while he was in the chamber while he was in his meditative state, like he had a flashback to the the third act of sorry to bother you, I was using a met using it as a metaphor and I was like I wonder what he means by. The movies and he saw sorry to bother you which could are raising reduced after being in an isolation that's like a lot of movie but. I. Didn't know what was coming in the third end. Yeah for. So maybe you know he thought. It brought everybody down. Yeah. That's. I mean, this is what have you heard on a an isolation pot or anything like that sadie absolutely not even hearing the at first I? What is isolated pied? I thought it was like an escape room and then when. I was like, Oh, it's a float tank. Expression my heart rate. Are you coster phobic or is like I just? Have A hyperactive brain that would not be able to cope. See I wonder 'cause I. Always feel like that too and apparently though when you have zero like I think maybe for the first few minutes, you're kind of like your mind is racing and this is what I've heard. But then for some reason, the absolute lack of stimuli. Makes you calm down. I'm very I want I would like to experience that I would also like to have a panic button on hand. I. Think there is a waiting assure you. I'd be so like board and then stressed about that than angry that I put myself in situation to be bored. I would think you would be like meditation though it's like. Wrong I. Yeah. Even if I'm like on a treadmill I have to be. Listening to something and also reading you know. Yeah I have. I managed to actually meditate probably like three minutes or something for the first time I think in my life when I was in. Iowa recently. I thought was encouraging to me I was like maybe I can do this more, but I was always fairly convinced still fairly convinced that it's just not a thing. I do naturally too many synapses.

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

10:29 min | Last month

"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

"How I had no idea about that. That's while. So we walked around the hotel on the trying to find like any dust and had zero luck even though Dottie was staying on like they apparently very haunted floor and I went to the museum. The next day was like this paintings more haunted than this museum, and that's kind of how I came to the title and concept. I'm looking at this the thin paintin it's like this is the Kursk painting the something from a seventies horror movie. It's so if you Google Franz von stuck, his work is just even the Saharan portraits not. Theoretically supposed to be creepy, but it is aren't all paintings haunted if they're painted by I just mean art. Isn't every painting in a museum haunted in a way I think. Like I think that in the poetic sense a portrait like if you've ever seen a portrait that you know like I think a lot of like John Singer Sargent portrait steel like very animated and like kind of charged to me because I just think he was great at it and I think there is like a weird sense of time travel when you're in a gallery with those portrait's and you are really confronting the fact that. These people were all living once and like because the artist was particularly good at capturing like a light in their eyes or something like that. It really feels like they're right there with you and that can be a bit of an uncanny feel feels more or less functionally gets haunted But Yeah I don't know I don't know the the the the rules though. For. Alex L. accept this. Haunted for this reason, it's I mean it's a very natural human urge rate to like you know capture somebody in time or whatever. But it's also like it feels almost like you're bending the laws of time. Now I'm getting into the old all jokes are time travel type. Fee painted monitor all jokes, travel I've come the It's real. Yeah. Paintings are time travel. I think also a lot of portraiture especially like a lot of its commission by superwealthy people right? Who Only one that he portrayed in a very flattering way in the same way with you know photography. So I think to see the Franz on stuck paintings that in some ways are kind of not flattering like the portrait that I was really captivated by Harris under eye circles are really exaggerated her eyes Nunez kind of enlarged in a way that it honestly reminds me of like Jump scare face in a way. Yeah. Like he's worried. Beautiful Fortunate jump scare So I think I'm really interested in in paintings that do that. Yeah for their portrait. I have a weird print that is gigantic that I was given for like I think it was probably around the time. I graduated from college. It's this Guy Alex Colville who is a Canadian magic realist and it's a woman staring. She's on a boat and she has been noculars and she's like staring out but it's it's such a huge print and I didn't know where to put it when we moved. So it's in the bedroom and like I just every. So often my kids are like, can you cover that or because she's just like staring and then it like faces a mirror. So she's like staring at herself and it's like bouncing back and at some point one of my kids was like, does that ever give you the creeps that there's like a giant head staring at you with binoculars knows like, yeah, it does maybe I like that like maybe good. But I also like the bigger, the painting and the bigger the portrait. They can definitely get some kind of like a haunted quality because it's so like dominating and feels like it Kinda just takes over the vibe. You just made me realize my bedroom is full of paintings. 'cause my boyfriend is a painter. Some of them are a little haunted looking, but I also find them. Comforting and cozy. It's like you have friends around. There staring at you in your and control them if they. At least exactly he made them, he can put them back in. It's Nice has just reminded me that My Dad had an elvis bus when I was growing up that was in the hallway like outside of my bedroom. I could see while I was sleeping like an eye wing you wake up like terrified of Elvis of us Oh my God. That's you. That's The liability. Elvis's ghost is in all of those busts A. Yeah. Every single portrait of Elvis is haunted I think. Yeah So you also. You you're the hunchine aspect of your album was not limited to its inspiration. This painting you also mixed the album in a haunted studio. Where was this and why is it haunted and how? Emily never doing a little expert prior to this taping was feeling tread over on my haunted stories another podcast on his album, which is great. I'm happy that I'm finally getting to talk about ghosts on an album. But I have not talked about Sonic ranch, which is where. We mix this album it's in. Tornado Texas recently, famous for Ice Crimes Against Humanity But it is the largest residential recording studio in the world it is on. A pecan ranch that was in the guy who runs it family for forever So it's still active with Pecans sentenced some out to like people recorded the studio every year for Christmas very delicious And apparently, I didn't know this when we elected to to mix there I just. Toward it. A couple of times I feel like there's some. Long stretch you do on every tour that is between like Arizona I play Phoenix and then you play. Austin. That's. Horrifying drive in between you, I just did it. Did it so you know exactly yeah. Yeah. I saw that you were like you texted me at some point you're like I'm so jealous of your road trip and I was like you've probably done this Oh many more times than I have Jesus. So I I've I've been able to tour that studio while passing between Phoenix Austin. And I think I'd even stayed there before or at least we'd like had dinner there. And because it's residential people are there for long stretches of time they have like like cooks on staff who make perhaps the best salsa had in my life really really good does every day. It's of heaven. Like. The hellish aspects. I could not record vocals there ever because I would have acid reflux from eating too much like really spicy salsa every day. It's good that we mix. So I've stayed there. It's like amazing. So much equipment Tony who owns the studio is art collector. So there's like Picasso, Data Princeton like every studio and So we got there on the first day. And we're told the rooms you're supposed to stay in aren't ready like one of the band's it's also tracking a staying little later you can move to the rim you're supposed to be in the next night. So Sarah who mixed the album and I were like, okay. We'll stay in this league. It's like a newer buildings bedroom this right off the kitchen and really it's not as fancy is the old caserta rooms, but like fine will stay here. For fine with whatever I'm only the next day. Do we find out that pretty much? Every other room has like some kind of horrifying haunting story whether it's someone waking up and seeing a man sitting in the corner dislike watching them sleep There are stories of Abed hovering their stories of like little girl floating above you while you. Sleep and. Then there's the one we were supposed to be end. There's like. One of the engineers we are working with was like that's my favorite room but also there's like a presence that's there all the time And Yeah. So we wound up not switching our rooms. Saying like the newly built one that surely wasn't haunted I'm totally into. Haunted. Situation I can control I just don't want to wake up and see I floating above me. Sharing it you while you sleep uh-huh or sleep worrying about it when you're supposed to be like working and at top like mental state or whatever. Yeah we were working already really really long hours like, yeah. Unfolded more than one. All nighter just didn't want to deal with the floating guy but maybe Record. there. It would be a nice inspiring. Other fun fact I told Emily about the studio when I first went through and met the guy who owns it. I was like so weird like he reminds me of David Carradine for some reason and I said this and then like maybe a year later found out that apparently Tarantino would. Pass through the studio. Tony seems to know everybody he's just a El Paso legend He's like buddies was easy top and billy gibbons comes to the studio all the time. So I had said this year before and then found out that apparently bill from kill bill is based on Tony? WHAT'S AMAZING Part inspired by him. I is that you you guys the League to the picture of him, but it's like very apparent when you. Picture if you just google them, you'll see all kinds of. Hey.

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

10:16 min | Last month

"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

"Welcome back tonight call we are joined by sadie debris. Aka said thirteen, which I just learned directions as that thirteen she's the front woman of speedy Ortiz and she's got a new album out called haunted painting, which obviously is right up are freaking Eilly. Lady. Hi. Nice to see you again from the. Everybody, I just get like reminded what? Looks like when they're kind of like in work mode and at home over zoom just like when we shot the video, a couple of years Augustine costume Well, it's like it's like that or ultimate. Role studio at six in the morning like you know haven't had your coffee yet type of thing. So it's the two extremes but Yeah right in the middle. Today. I'm definitely on the rolled out of bedside today but nobody can see which is great So you have a new album out. It's been out a couple of weeks now. Today two weeks it's two weeks old happy birthday. A year wise time. So messed up right now I am it's so crazy. I was I was going back in listening to it again and I was listening show wd which I remember you put out. I couldn't tell you when you put that out but I was like that's on this album I. Guess. Bay. May, okay what the Hell Yeah, I mean I love that song urges like this is great. I remember hearing this you know two years ago it must have been two years ago. Yeah. Sort of wild how that works it's it's definitely got to be weird I. Think like releasing stuff for like building up anticipation for something like an album when times meaningless it's weird. It's also So much more Internet time than I'm used to think every time of record before. I'm either already on tour or I leave the next day and yeah and not just looking at the computer all day long giving myself back pain from hunching over. Yeah. Onto a screen. So. Yeah I'm moving very fast, very slow I. Think. did you have a tour set up for this album that you had to postpone? I had touring the starting in March through pretty much the end of the year. So, who knows when that will? Happen again, twenty, twenty, two kind of. The General Feeling What weird habits have you developed instead in quarantine? going. Right into the dark. Had a funny experience at the grocery store the other day. Have you ever had Who instrum New York besides emily or Isis live spent a few years as a kid was there okay. This is from New York, but she doesn't claim it. From near. Okay Okay and I don't live there anymore we but you also spend time in Connecticut Right a high school there. I went junior high there. Oh where Sharon. Oh Weird. So yeah. Dudley's town to probably rely to. Got Okay so we'll have to go there I. Hope we're heading towards stew. Leonard's again. That's just who I was just talking about sooners because my Miam-. A friend just moved to, as you may know where south breaking it you know I'd hours On them. I would see her like a faraway outdoor distance and I was like you're going to go to stew Leonard's now you're listening to. This podcast goes deep New England I like it's like hieroglyphics in front of my ass. stew Leonard's is a huge grocery store with so many animatronic. We've already kind of made emily sit through a stew Leonard's explainer, but you can't really explain stew Leonard's. Sure. When I thought instagram. I only posted animatronic videos for like the first two years I had it and I'm. Here is there. A weird habit though yes, I am just eating like a jar of Rick's pics spicy pickled green beans. Every single day and it is nauseating my partner who hates the smell of them but I go to the grocery like. Ten dollars. and. Cursory store and I buy like six at a time and the cashiers like her these good and I I responded I don't know. But there my hobby. Like a bleak moments. That's how but how is your stomach lining like I would think all that asks that's the only downside. That's what keeps me from eating all pickles all day. A horrible but I think, I. Have Ibs all the time. So I just don't. Just. Throw fuel on the fire pickles on the fire already gonNA. Feel bad. Let's just. Make it go faster good hobby rate. That's a great hobby I mean it's all about like we talked about this on a bonus podcast where we had an entire episode about beverages like feeling you can get completely invested just in like what's new beverage I'm in into now what's a a new thing I never thought of getting before the store now this is like the height of entertainment was everyone's new beverage. I've been drinking this very expensive juice. So I like split it into thirds and mix it with Seltzer That's I forget what the brand is, but it's sweet citrus and it's like it's pretending to be fresh squeezed but I think it's cold pressed. But at some point I was having terrible allergies now became convinced that this was like the cure but now it's it's awful because like I'm like basically microdosing this juice 'cause it's like six dollars for a small bottle. So making like shrubs with I'm trying to like stretch the juice. Nice let's like that's that's good. End of novelty ever just because you're making something out of it exactly cookie it's a nice city and. It's the best of all hobbies CD I noticed that in your merch store, you have hot sauce and hazelnut spread. Food as well. Really. What kind of tea? Called haunted, breakfast. Scare quotes in the air. It's a lapsing Sutan in a couple other like black tea. one of wheels was harvested under a blood moon. There's this really great tea maker in Philly college crafty, and he supplies to although local music venues in a couple of different cafes and he used started making ts to do as like. Pairings with records. So I reached out to him and we've put this together and he was like dropping off samples and my front door like once a week for a couple of. A couple of months just tweaking the formula. So I can say it's been thoroughly tested is really good I. think it's sold out. So I don't know why am going out right now but I have some personal tins maybe you know. For their. VIP Tins that sounds great. I mean I love I love edible wormers or band merged. That's. I guess it doesn't really serve the purpose of like advertising my band in the way. Shirt or like a wearable merged no, it totally does like people are more likely to share that on instagram though it's like look I have hazelnut spread for my favorite musician questioned work cool I. Yeah. It makes perfect sense. It's like you can't go to the show. So you sit at home and listened to the album grew your cup of haunted tea and etling of new. The lifestyle. Yeah Yeah we've wanted to do food merch in the past, but it's just not tenable when you're in a van for like three months going through all kinds of different climates. So as soon as this is largely as soon as like touring was canceled for the foreseeable future, let's finally my time to do foodstuff. Butts amazing was the hot sauce also similar like did was it like a custom thing that you? Yeah. It Room they're speaking of Connecticut I think from Willamantic oh. Yeah. Dragon's blood elixir and we had talked like five years ago about doing a hot sauce together. But he was a similar deal that trying to carry glass on on tour is like a nightmare though it. Really first piece of merged that that I planned out as soon as the quarantine happened can we talk about haunted paintings a little bit? Yeah. Flea got what haunted paintings were you thinking of when you were making this album thirty thing in particular or just the idea it was more the idea of a haunted painting and in fact I I think I looked up once I had the idea for the title I did a bunch of googling and I don't really like any of the like haunted painting meam stories that are going around I. Don't know if you've investigated any of these. Is this like ours genre. There's like to the Have sold on Ebay like very high prices because they're theoretically haunted there was a glamour of like. We're not liable for you getting murdered if you buy this painting but they're not this creepy or captivating is the one that I named this after, which is a France stuck portrait. Of A dancer names to hair it We painted a couple of times, but this is on display at the. Gallery in Seattle end probably the whole reason I even thought to frame it is high..

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

02:12 min | Last month

"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

"Maybe one of the only good things about being a kid having to talk with your parents about why people are wearing masks, which to younger kids can look super scary and to be able to have a conversation about how dots taking care of each other kind of thinking beyond the visual. Of Lake you see someone you don't recognize them. You can't see if they're smiling and to just be able to be like Oh that's in order to protect other people. That's like a community effort has been really great and productive but I do I often worry because I'm a I cd and I can be a little obsessive about germophobic things and as a kid that was definitely true as well. So I don't know could be an interesting Halloween. If your kid is already a little freaked out, however I'm still pro twelve foot skeleton. Well that just starts a whole new conversation a you know. The foot skeletons just provide an opportunity to release some of the fear and stress and. Anxiety? That's in the air for obvious reasons it just feels it feels right for the year. Well, it's how like the best horror movie I think make you laugh more than they make you like. Amer- be genuinely scared and I think there's something about the goals that you get. When you see these twelve foot skeletons that is very cathartic and very healthy. It's Cathartic and it's not like there are other things that are way scarier to me than that. The thing I find the scariest when somebody puts like a figure in their window like a human look in person and it's not. Like a mannequin like in home alone I find mannequin scarier than the twelve foot skeleton personally. I got a Fuzzy Styrofoam cat, a black cat that you're supposed to mount on a wall and we've had it for many years and at one point styrofoam leg broke off, and now it's three legged Halloween cat and for some reason that made me the I was like now it's terrifying. So anything can be terrifying. It's just a handicapped cat. It's because the legs out at an angle it just you know loved those three legged dogs they're like Oh look he's so cute and brave decade that. We're going to take a quick break and.

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

09:11 min | Last month

"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

"A Janki yard display. So. There's been a lot of things in the yard display arena. There's been just like more and more innovations. There was this period they were just like pumping out more and more Halloween things. There were like the inflatable giant black casts all of a sudden and then those things that let you project on the house there's just. An arms race for Halloween stuff and there was more and more of it, and then it hit this cliff. In the past couple of years because everything's fucking depressing and scary. And maybe people don't WANNA and people may be hopped less money also to spend on Halloween garbage. So I felt like last year there was no halloween decorating. Did you guys feel that way? I was like so not too dim to Halloween last year and now I feel like I missed out it was there was a huge Brouhaha in my neighborhood about Halloween and trick or treating where neighbors were fighting over what was perceived to be a lack of commitment to decorating houses during Halloween and also a lack of commitment to children staying in their own neighborhoods to trick. Nutri. Really Brutal gossipy strange conversation. Weird I sat it out and read all those emails and was like that's Super Greasy stressed out. Like a Shirley Jackson story absolutely is I'm always reporting from the weirdest neighborhood in the world to you guys. Very plugged in it was like for years every year there would be some new innovation in Halloween decorating that I had never seen before, and then it stopped. It was like we've reached the limit there's nothing new. We have all these inflatables and projections and things like we've. We've this is as far as it goes and there is nothing new last year and then this year the big boy appeared the big boy. Enjoy the big. Any has like light up scary is it's just the most honest thing ever seen scary. It's really scary but it's so scary becomes funny because it's like totally unsettling. Feels like we turned this corner into just plunging into the absurdity of now there there is something about it formally lake it's not an inflatable it's not a thing that's like been painted onto something. It is literally a skeleton. AC Alad Skeleton and it's fucking skeleton in a time when we're having a plague, it feels yeah, met evil to me. You know time of like refrigerated body trucks like we are gonNA put giant skeletons out on our lawns just because let's go all the way I don't know it's funny because it's so incredibly impractical and I think that with Halloween decorations when molly was talking about the lack of innovation I think it's also just kind of I mean at least in in my neighborhood, you can feel when people are getting tired of putting in the effort, you can only do it. So many years in a row if you're doing it for like neighborhood kids or for your own kids, eventually, those kids are too old and you're not gonNA care but you have to like stole all of that stuff for most of the year three, hundred, sixty, four days. No rules like we're living in crazy high kill out too well, foot. I'm hoping that some of them stay up through Christmas and they just put. Ha King, you can. You Post them like No, you can't I watched a video because I was very like how do you get them to stand up? What are they mounted on I wanted to know. Watched unbalancing video made by these like two kids like a couple of dudes. Ten you know who is get the box they're so excited and then the box it and like show you how they build it you have to build it. Yeah. You have to build it as tall it doesn't just stand up by itself because it's fucking twelve Utah they all the bones and you put them together. And it's so. Crazy it's like there's a there's like a base and you mounted to the base, and then you put the feed on and you build it upwards and these kids I think had to stand on something to to the top. This reminds me of this woodblock like one of my favorite Japanese woodblock over of the giant skeletons are. Breaking down the walls terrifying. Anything about a giant saying I've also been watching these theme park videos and I watched a bunch about confrontation which was a King Kong ride at universal. That had a giant. King. Kong. Animatronic and it looks just very terrifying. It's me because it's like the scale of it is so big. Yeah. You know there's something about just like taking the scale of something and making it big. and. Again, the skeletons are like it felt like for a few years people didn't want to be reminded of how bad things were of death and kind of felt like Halloween. You know amped down a little bit after maybe hitting this peak of just all the haunt stuff in La especially to. And now it feels like it's good. It's like, yeah we shouldn't be able to not think about death right now to play devil's advocate we can't not think about death. It's I. There have been a lot of conflicting opinions on social media about weather like Americans are having to confront the fact that they. They don't think about death enough, and now we're going to have to think about death more versus like just ignore I. I feel like I, think about death constantly I'm never. Not Thinking about that but I don't know I mean just to play devil's advocate a giant twelve foot skeletons in having to talk to your kids and masks them up and being like don't worry everything's fine. There's just a disease that kills people and then being happy Halloween here's some giant terrifying skeletons like, I that might be a fun talk to have with my kids I think I think in in general I should say there's probably all sorts of different reactions to this but will. I think one if things if things managed to turn around and doesn't the last fifteen years of human civilization or whatever I think that the kids who are kids right now are GonNa be better equipped to think about death and and life and death basically then that certainly than we were and I think probably most generations in like modern, you know modern civilization. I'M GONNA play angels advocate. Your. Nice thought. Okay. I'm going to play. Chaotic. Angel Devil which advocate, which is always play in this. but don't I do think that like each generation of children has its own thing like that like we grew up around the AIDS crisis yeah and so I was definitely very I felt like that kind of gives you this dose of realism when you're a kid, you know because they had, we're how immediate was that for you as I guess, you guys were a little bit older for me it was. In in the West village, right that was like concierge and also my parents worked in entertainment. So so many of their friends were you know in fact, J. V. and had partners die of AIDS like when I remember being around eight years older nine years old and just having it be like a constant thought for me. Yeah. But I think this is different because. Children during the AIDS epidemic most of them did not have to like take too many precautions to lake adopt right own lives. There was a lot of television I I'm specifically thinking of there was like a sesame street segment. There were a lot of segments about there was a kid named Ryan White who was the first kid born infected with HIV and he was on television a lot. Just you know to be educating people about the fact that like. We can be passed and that also it's okay to like hang out with people who have HIV that was a big part of it. Was I remember this campaign. Yeah and there was a big thing. We're like Elissa Milano kissed him on I. Think the Phil Donahue Show or something like prove that like you can kiss somebody who has HIV, and you can hold hands with them and you're not ready risk of transmission but. I mean think about the difference between us, experiencing the HIV and AIDS epidemic as children and how children now are you interpreting in particular the world outside their homes as being I just feel like they don't know anything else. Do I. Mean It depends on your kids age I, don't know I I definitely hope that at least some good comes out of this in terms of being able to recognize how people look after each other I mean I think yes..

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

07:58 min | Last month

"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

"That's our that can kill people. All our can kill people. Oh, that's true. That's This could kill a lot of people all at once. So by accident but yeah, I mean these the the whole eternity that this caller is talking about are amazing stone cold Weirdos all total weirdest Dunkeld Weirdos but also, yeah, they're remarkable for having all built so much stuff. Yeah and for so much of being standing. Yeah and and built a lot of stuff and then had so much stuff that sort of ABM style I feel like we get a lot you know. It's funny. 'cause like, yeah. He he's seems like most of his works on the east coast but also ton in west a sort of similar with Frank Lloyd Wright like very like the Midwest. Seems like a like Upper Midwest Illinois Wisconsin et cetera feels like a good architecture own But yeah. We also got another pyramid email. This one was from Corey who wrote to us about a different pyramid much more recent pyramid They rate high night call. It's my unfortunate duty to inform you about a recent American pyramid demolition the Astra Zeneca pyramid in Westboro Massachusetts was torn down this January. It was built in the late two thousands and was always an important landmark to my friends and I when we were teenagers delivering pizzas and generally cruising around the suburbs late at night, it was a tall four. Sided pyramid made of blue mirrored class that had a distinctly evil presidents which made sense seen as it served as the American headquarters for Big Pharma giant. The building was razed to make way for a new forty, million Amazon robotics lab, which doesn't even make sense because wouldn't you just keep the evil pyramid if you're building an Amazon robotics lab, I'm attaching some pictures to give you an idea of how truly bizarre this Office Building Pyramid in the middle of new the New England suburbs was and they also sent a video. But this is wild. You know about this had. Know Westborough It's it. It looks like. It looks like the Louvre Pyramid I can't really get a sense of how big it is from these photos in this article which is in the Metro West daily. News I had to like answer a survey to read this article 'cause that's the state of local news I guess right now but yeah, they're like you like you know you can see them in the photos like ripping it to shreds picture of the pyramid being shredded is pretty crazy. To me that it looks like it's built of either it's like mirrored glass is what it looks like. You just can't imagine how blinding that thing must've been with the sun bouncing off of it But what a strange thing to have in the middle of Massachusetts and also it is very a what an odd decision to tear down this strange evil build. It looks exactly on brand for Amazon. It's like you know well I think maybe. On brand, you know in terms of reality and what Amazon actually represents you know Amazon is like really trying to rehab their image right now in a very stupid way like they're running all these out they're trying to like green their business or whatever, and how like Amazon is actually the most virtuous company on Earth or whatever, and everybody cares about their children's future. I'm sure that many people Amazon care about their children's future but come on. Yeah. I think like this makes sense to us just like, yes Amazon should live in the evil pyramid it's what they deserve but Amazon's like, no we should live in a a Kika little cottage like we should be the cutie is silicon valley giant terminates aren't evil though they're just this one looks people this one does lucky but that's also because it's partially gutted. So it's got spilling out and it actually the way that it you know in this one picture, it looks like shredded paper is kind of coming out of it because. The supports and like Joyce and stuff and it looks like it's kind of being torn to ribbons but it also I mean it's weird because in La you get so used to having such a mix of architecture and there are really no rules kind of seem to apply unless you're in a historic preservation overlay So but Massachusetts you just it's rare to see a mirrored pyramid in the middle of the place. So should it kept the pyramid people must have been pissed about the mirrored pyramid I would imagine Oh, when I went up well, it's all. So new, it was built in the two thousands. You build a pyramid and it has a life span of like fifty. That's GonNa be the shortest life of any pyramid ever ever constructed. Head the ancient period because it's like post Luxor but got raised before Luxor Yeah we love getting calls and emails about Pyramids and. Styles super interesting. Yeah. Keep him come in more. On the subject of aesthetics. I to talk about twenty twenty October's. Twelve foot skeleton from home depot go on. Have you guys seen him? Have you seen it? I even went to Home Depot recently, I don't know sold out ambler sold out everywhere. You have to look at the pictures my friend went to get one. Yeah. All gone and they were already putting Christmas stuff note, and this also was written about in mel magazine miles cle- wrote a piece called. There's something about Home Depot's twelve foot skeleton and there certainly is they have animated. Glow they twelve feet is quite tall when you really think about it strange height to pick it. It's not strange height. Yeah. It's like I recently had this weird double-take moment where I saw in my rear view mirror. Maybe it was like on a truck that there was like a photo on the truck like it was. A routes truck or whatever it had a lady on like you know smiling you know like I. Don't know Ralph's employer whatever. But it was just big enough that I was like that's a huge women over there. And Realized that it was. A painting. But like when you're in now weird canzone between where it's like truly just a giant thing like a big blow up inflatable skeleton or something also were also lake unfamiliar with the world again now that everything feels a little bit like I hadn't experienced a couple of days ago where I thought a squirrel running towards me was a cat and then when it got close I was like it's a very small cat. Owner, it's a squirrel. Like I. Feel like. My sense of size is all out of whack and so yeah twelve foot skeleton it just feels to me completely right for our moment. Culturally. Yeah. What is it what what is it about this speaks to our moment? Here's what I think. Here's what I okay as the key as a connoisseur of Halloween decorations I just like when people like put shit on their lawns, it's really a that for me I like the people decorate their houses and away that is tacky. You know I love maximalist Halloween houses. Yeah. Actually and I love what people do with like not that much stuff you know not yet into the like. A haunt certa like fancy. You know. Things like that that people you know theme park haunts are fine. But what I like is like a Janki yard display. So. There's been a lot of things in the yard display arena. There's been just like more and more innovations..

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

04:09 min | Last month

"twelve foot" Discussed on Night Call

"Special Guests SADIE WE AKA thirteen. She's here to talk about her new album hunted paintin also just ghosts and general haunted studios, bunch of fun stuff. So stay tuned for that. But right now we're bringing back our new segment. Pyramid Pals we introduce it last week and it's definitely going to be with us every single week from now on the can depend on a pyramid pal segment every week just like Rodham corner but we got a bunch of calls after we talked about the Ames Monument and the LEK store last week. So let's take a pyramid call. Let's take that pyramid call. High Night Cau- and the first time caller from Minneapolis, an architectural historian, and heard you talking about the aims chairman designed by Henry Hobson Richardson There's not a on a little bit more information about Richardson 'cause he's very important. Very Weird. He has a style, an architectural style after him, which is called Richard Sonian, romanesque It's growing off as a romanesque sil- but with his own personal twists on it and it's very medieval looking at Sherri, has he it's known for having rustic ated stonework which is like what you see at the Ames monument and Richardson is considered part of the Holy Trinity of American architecture if you're into that kind of day of. Architects geniuses. He's right up there with Louis all and Frank Lloyd Wright both him were influenced by his work. Richardson. was also kind of a Weirdo he later on his life when he retired to Massachusetts to work from home in his home Studio House, she would apparently whenever kind go visit him he would ring a gong or rather have his assistant during the song and then he would walk out to greet the clients wearing a monk upset like full roads he's not a monk, but he wanted to reinforce the sort of medieval that his design and so some of his works are the Trinity Church in Boston Massachusetts and the New York state asylum in Buffalo New York I both really good examples of his work but it's very important chill and like the Minneapolis downtown has several Richardson romanesque buildings So be sure to give him Google see his monk outfit because can. Camera towns cool can't wait to visit. Thanks I. Actually love Richard Sonian romanesque architecture. There's like a lot of it I feel like in Brooklyn or like you know if it's not designed by him, it's kind of influenced by him that like any kind of brick building that has a turret in it. Yeah. Like it's like the kind of Victorian. Type thing except all like redbrick looks fantastic. I think like the the Tenenbaum's house in real. Tenenbaum's I feel like it's sort of in this vein. Oh, totally that kind of thing. I liked the they say that they have this electrical towers with conical caps, the kind of. Little which hats on top of your buildings Yes please more that I did not know he was such a Weirdo why wire. So many Arctic architects, weirdoes they're like directors because they have crazy visions in there had that mostly don't ever get made and their obsessive control freaks and artists. Architects are actually the most interesting people to me. I know a lot of them for some reason I have a bunch of friends that are architects because you have to be a math person engineering person and a creative person yeah yeah. That's the part that I never see. You know I'm like I could draw a building that could make it stand up. No, right. Thinking about load bearing in whatnot. No. Also very high stakes extremely high stakes in terms of art. It's like.

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Breaking down the VP debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:48 min | 2 months ago

Breaking down the VP debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris

"Comma Harris and Mike. Pence came face to face though through plexiglass for the first and only vice presidential debate of this cycle the barriers, twelve feet of distance between the candidates, all reminders of the pandemic that has upended the campaign, the White House our entire country as well as what's at stake in this election. The. American. People have witnessed what is the greatest failure of any presidential administration as the very first the President. Donald Trump has put the health of America first they knew they covered it up. The president said, it was a hoax. China is to blame for the coronavirus. President trump is not happy about it. Joe Biden has been very clear. He will not raise taxes on anybody who makes less than four hundred thousand Sunday here peel the trump tax cuts. Let's vice president speaking. Speaking. We have seen a pattern with this administration, which is they don't believe in science climate is changing. We'll follow the science. Are you Joe Biden going to pack the court if Joe Jamie CONYBEARE is confirmed American people are voting right now and it should be their decision. About who will serve on this most important body for a lifetime we need reform of our policing in America and our criminal justice system, which is why Joe and I will immediately ban choke holes and karate Geor-, George. Floyd alive today if we did that, there's no excuse for what happened to George Floyd. Justice will be served. But there's also no excuse for the rioting and looting that followed, we will not let anyone subvert our democracy with what Donald Trump has been doing as he did on the debate stage last week when again in front of seventy million people. He openly. Attempted to suppress the vote president trump and are fighting every day in court houses to prevent. Joe Biden Kamla from change in the rules and creating this universal mail in voting little create a massive opportunity for voter fraud. Again it is bracing to hear a sitting vice president talk about efforts to combat mail in voting during a pandemic. But that's policy for help and separating some of the fact from fiction that we heard tonight. During this debate, we are joined by our friend, Ari Melber host of the six PM Eastern our on this very network also happens to be our chief legal correspondent Ari. There was a lot there. There was a lot there in as you and others have covered Ryan. We heard more of it more audible and civil debate, which is good for voters good for civics because their claims and we're GONNA. Go through a couple of them. Briefly here was vice president pence making a claim which may sound to you like a stretch take a look. Our air and land or cleaner than any time ever recorded our water is among the cleanest in the world. Fact check false indeed during the pendency of the trump administration. To pick one example, the air quality has been fifteen percent worse more on healthy over the past two years. You can see that here with some background, the Associated Press. Now, we'll move forward on CO VID vice president pence was often trying to basically turn things back against the Obama administration's record. One of the things he mentioned may have struck out too many people was this claim that there were sixty million cases of swine flu in the previous administration, and as you can see right here, that is true. So he gets partly true on this claim. Had He stopped there he'd. Be Fine Brian but then the vice president went on to argue that somehow if you apply the virus death toll right now, the swine flu, you'd have even more death under the Obama Administration bit of a Hypothetical Hypothetical Bank shot also, not true they have different fatality rates and some medical experts have pointed out it is also a bit of a stretch to take your own administrations death-ray, which is higher than any other developed democracies and then project that through math hypothetically on a different pandemic that was less deadly third, and finally because I want to keep it moving Brian I did have this moment that really jumped out take a look. Let's talk about respecting the American people. You respect the American people when you tell them the truth, you respect the American people when you have the courage which we've leaders. Which we've always done the claim there from a representative of the trump pence administration that is a big giant false indeed. The Washington. Post and other fact checkers have found that Donald Trump tells more lies and falsehoods than any president in either party in history to count is over twenty thousand,

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The presidential campaigns continue

NBC Nightly News

01:13 min | 2 months ago

The presidential campaigns continue

"Carla. Harris appearing at in-person events in battleground states, Friday. After. Each testing negative for covid. Nineteen Harris also joining former President Obama. In an online fundraiser where he offered this comment on President Trump's INLEX. We're in the midst of a big political fight. And we take that very seriously. We also want to extend our. Best. Wishes that the president is dates first lady this week, the focus of the campaign shifts to the battle for the vice presidency with Harris set to debate vice president Mike. Pence in. Salt. Lake City on Wednesday Rockford our shoulders to the wheel through the work that is necessary Harris arriving there today. The candidates will now be seated twelve feet apart instead of seven, an additional corona virus precaution pence planes a rally the day after in Arizona. Meantime. To Biden team plans to continue campaigning Jill Biden on the trail in Minnesota today and Bernie Sanders stumping for Biden in New Hampshire which candidate has the temperament to see us through this difficult crisis.

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Paper, Rocks or Digits: What Makes the Best Money?

Money For the Rest of Us

05:38 min | 2 months ago

Paper, Rocks or Digits: What Makes the Best Money?

"What makes the best money? I've been reading a number of books recently on money. Money the unauthorized biography by Felix Martin and money the true story of a made up thing by Jacob Goldstein. Both of these books have examples of different types of money that's been used in the past. Fascinating examples that you might not be aware of. and. We WanNa look at them and think about what is it? That makes something money. Money evolves and has evolved and will continue to evolve in what we used as money today might be very different decades from now. The first example is from the island of Yap. This is an island in the Western Pacific part of the Caroline Islands. It is now part of the Federated States of Micronesia. The people of the APP lift on the run over separated from other cultures for many many years. We'll in one, thousand, nine, three, an anthropologist who had also been trained as a medical doctor from new. England William Henry Furness went to Yep for two months and studied this people. And it wasn't a very advanced economy with. Three products, fish coconut and sea cucumbers, but they had something unique that they used for money. Furnace describes his money as large solid thick stone wheels ranging in diameter from a foot to twelve feet. Having the center a whole varying in size with the diameter of the stone wearing a poll may be inserted sufficiently large and strong to bear the weight and facilitate transportation. This was their money. It was called FAE. FBI are also it's called why are? The money was quarried in an island three hundred miles away babble up. And then it was transported on rafts towed behind canoes that had sales on them. Took a lot of effort to get this money. When furnace I saw it. He realized this really heavy and wrote when it takes four strong men to steal the price of a pig burglary cannot but prove a somewhat disheartening. These things were so big and heavy, you couldn't steal them. But then he observed as transactions took place that these stones were He wrote the noteworthy feature of this stone currency is that it is not necessary for its owner to reduce it to possession after concluding a bargain which evolves the price of a fe too large to be conveniently moved. Its new owner is quite content to accept the bare acknowledgement of ownership without so much as a mark to indicate the exchange, the coin remains undisturbed on the former owner's premises. In fact, there was one family furnace pointed out where the stone was lost from where it was quarried and had been several hundred feet at the bottom of the ocean for several generations. Yet the family that owned it everyone recognized that they still on that and that they were wealthy. Furnace wrote the purchasing power of that stone remains therefore as valid as if it were. Visibly, against the side of the owner's house and represents wealth as potentially as the horrid inactive gold of a miser in the middle, ages or as our silver dollar stacked in the Treasury in Washington which we never see or touch but trade with on the strength of a print certificate that there there. Is. The belief that it had value. Felix Martin wrote money was not the fe but the underlying system of credit accounts and clearing a which they help to keep track. The Fe would just tokens which these accounts were kept. They had an accounting system that tracked the trading of fish and sea cucumbers. And they would have outstanding balances and sometimes they will set up and maybe they would move the fe but often times they wouldn't. But there was the record that was there. Peter Bernstein in his book the power of Gold History of an obsession wrote the FE of Yep we're stores of. Wealth. Stores of wealth. Sit. Money moves it travels from one pocket to another. A store of wealth is mass. It was the transactions, the accounting record, and the trust between the participants that form their monetary system. The stones were a store of wealth, but we're just some tokens. The first documented use of money is from Sumer around thirty five, hundred BC. This is in southern, Mesopotamia. There were vast temple palace complexes there with thousands of crafts people farmers. Shepherds, bureaucrats. and. They wrote on clay tablets in cuneiform script and they wrote contracts evolving the workings of the temple debts owed rents. Effectively. It was money because it was an accounting record and you would have accounts receivable that you could trade. David Graber who recently passed away in his book debt. The first five thousand years wrote the value of a unit of currency is not the measure of the value of an object, but the measure of trust in other human beings.

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Can I Prune an Overgrown Rhododendron Now or in the Spring?

Your Gardening Questions

02:55 min | 2 months ago

Can I Prune an Overgrown Rhododendron Now or in the Spring?

"Jason said in question. He says I have an out-of-control Rhododendron. It's about twelve feet high and it's moving out over the sidewalk. I'd like to cut it back is now or spring better time and I'd like to cut it back to three or four feet tall week. Okay. I don't know how to handle this. Sorry did he hasn't been keeping up with it Over time. However, that being said I'm going to start with a truck accident and that is a mail truck that was parked. It was evacuated package were taking the building the truck brake apparently hadn't been set. It turned up over the curb went in and broke off about twelve foot tall rhododendrons ripe add bumper height. So let's just say it thirty inches I have an old Lord. That's the end of those while I went by two years later. They had been left in they had to had all the dead removed and so on and they had grown back another six inches. I suppose nine inches each year. I was dumbfounded. I thought it would kill them. However didn't so where what is being suggested is a really delicate in terms of balance of what will and won't make it I'd say go ahead now, I would definitely under these circumstances cut it off in the early spring. I don't even know what date to put on it, but around April 1st some time prior to the plant. Well it just even back into March sometime prior to that plant wasting any energy putting out New Growth new leaves flowing etcetera. I would prone it Bend so that it can log So to speak just to the loss. It will not have expended energy from the root and Crown area up into the plant. It won't have used up enough. But what there should be plenty of energy left to start to excite the buds in the by that means get them to Growing that are on the lower parts of the plant. Now, this is risky. However, as I say the truck off on its own it took out three plants and I was dumbfounded that came along quite so nicely. So if well, first of all, I would do it in Spring only 1/8, I would do it before you even lose the flowers just so you don't cause that energy deficit any greater than it will be then I would definitely dress the surface around those months starting twelve inches out or at a plant thirteen twelve inches out from the trunk. I would put some acid fertilizer on the ground throughout the whole area. That would have been the drip line of the place. It's a 12-footer could be 4 or 4 and 1/2 even five feet across.

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Scale, Proportion and choosing Art for your Walls

Home Space and Reason

06:03 min | 2 months ago

Scale, Proportion and choosing Art for your Walls

"Is how an item relates to the size of the room while proportion is the relationship between items. For example, we've all been to a home that has an overstuffed SOFA in a smaller sized living room there just doesn't seem to be enough room to move about comfortably. It's because the scale is wrong the smaller the Rome is the more petite or delicate the furnishings and decor should be. If you have a smaller square foot home or have normal sized ceilings. The scale of things should be generally smaller than that of a home with nine or twelve foot ceilings and a bigger footprint. Will what does that mean when you're at that typical store deciding which planter to get and you have a three thousand, five, hundred square foot home with nine foot ceilings you almost always would choose the largest one available in this scenario. Now remember standing there at the store you might not fully understand your scale at home because you are in the store. So your eyes are registering that planter next to the planters beside it. That, planter might look so huge because it's sold next to smaller ones but once you get at home with your tall ceilings and oversized couch it feels proportionate. It feels right. It doesn't look huge at all when you get home because the scale of everything is bigger. The answer might be different however, if you already have a large planter in your shopping for two more that together with the largest one will become a cluster. In which case you need to think of the proportion of the larger one in relation to the two, you'll be buying not all three should probably be the same size unless you're lining them up down the sidewalk for example, to make that sort of repetitive statement, which can be very attractive. So. In this example, I explained proportion referring to the size of the two new planters and how it relates to the existing planter in the room. We have tall ceilings but a relatively small footprint. So my answer to everything everywhere to myself in our case, both indoors and outdoors is small footprint item. But Tall, you've all seen tall and skinny planters just because you're room is small and you don't have much square footage it doesn't mean you have to forego the things you want. It just means you might need to think of the puzzle differently. Take, for example, our master bedroom. The only thing that makes it a master is that it has a really large walking closet with a window and a decent size master bathroom. It's not the size of the room itself that makes it a master. We have nine foot tall ceilings and three windows. So it certainly light and bright, but the footprint itself is small. Are King. Size bed measures, seven feet, and some change including the frame. I would call it not proportionate to our bedroom because that is eleven feet deep leaving a walkway clearance of just four feet between the bed and the wall. But I, need my space when I sleep and so I decided I would take my space and reasons senses and figure this out. We needed a solution to hold the cable box for the flat panel TV mounted on the wall at the end of the bed with just four feet of walkway putting credential. Here was not an option. It was just too tight and didn't allow enough passage between the two. I searched the world over for something wall mounted that can hold a few books o'clock plant and the cable box discreetly. After months of looking I found a company out of California. Called would waves. To My delight this company lines up with my love of products that serve more than one purpose to conserve resources while saving space. From mid century modern to coastal and Beechy. Guys have options and man do I love options for rooms with a small footprint? I cannot say enough how much I love a wall mounted credentials at nightstand or dual purpose shelf they have mirrors with lights on them. They have wall mounted bookcases with a floating nightstand and so much more. You can find them on the interwebs at would waves dot com we chose a bed frame with a higher tufted headboard and that means part of it is art or interest in the room because of its height and texture in scenarios like this you'll want to avoid too many items on the walls which can easily end up looking junkie or like too much clutter. Smaller frames can be clustered together in a grid so it's clean and polished. Remember to leave blank space in each room both on the wall, and above furniture a room looks cluttered when every square inch of it is filled to the brim, the I needs room to rest. So provide it by leaving some services bear and make sure you can see the baseboards at several spots in each room.

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How Can I Prune a Wild Looking Elderberry Plant?

Your Gardening Questions

02:28 min | 2 months ago

How Can I Prune a Wild Looking Elderberry Plant?

"I have both the common and black lace elderberry. The black lace is better behaved but the common one has crazy growth. The stems also seemed to be quite fragile. Can you please tell me when and how to Prune it? I'm laughing because of the description I'm going to start with the black lace I just lost mine last year it has probably been twenty. Twenty plus years in a given spot. Now, it started off with multiple stems as they do I decided. To try something so I cut away the extra stems left one good solid when in in the middle of the crown and it grew to the point of having about a three inch diameter trunk under it, it stood Twelve feet tall at the very tallest part and probably eight to ten wide. It just simply expired based on time as far as I know No, it was well behaved I, had to prune it but it was like. The heroine, a scarecrow. On the common one one of the is when I used to hunt. Along well, we'd end up near railroad track and turned away from that. There was a given plant, a natural and native plant as unkempt as a plant can be each year got bigger and so on I I'm GonNa say then having seen that one multiple times and then exposed to others along the way I think it's kind of a natural thing and she just needs to prune it and in the flowers on new stems she could prune. Well anytime up until. I. Suppose. Middle of our well, let's just say the beginning of April because it would be setting new new stems and things get it managed. Or restricted at before that point in time and let it go ahead and flower. The flowers are nothing remarkable per se and in terms of a white. As she's noted, but at the same time, it can be just full of flowers when it's in bloom and it's particularly outstanding with creamy white flour against the black lace fully. So I think she's dealing with a natural situation and It's just like an unruly kid you gotta deal with it a little bit more often.

The Great Escapes with Life Death and Taxonomy

Your Brain on Facts

04:44 min | 4 months ago

The Great Escapes with Life Death and Taxonomy

"If you've been staying inside as much as possible these past few months. That's a little easier to do now that the summer heat has fully set in your probably anxious to get out to fly the coop as it were. Animals who can fly should be getting out of zoos all the time. It would stand to reason. Though. usually therein enclosures netting across them, or they've had their wings clipped. That's a process of trimming off birds largest flight feathers, so they can't get enough. Lift when they flap which I'm probably going to end up doing to our backyard chickens if they don't knock off the free ranging. Birds generally stay in captivity pretty well, but of course there are exceptions to the rule or I wouldn't have brought it up. In two thousand, five and African Flamingo managed to get away from the Sedgwick county sue in Kansas. A massive search was launched, but The crabs backup singer was nowhere to be found. Until two thousand thirteen, when he was spotted, six hundred and fifty miles away on the Gulf coast of Texas among a flock of wild local flamingos. Bird watcher named Neil Hayward have been able to confirm the flamingos identity by the numbered band on his leg and offered to help recapture it. The Zoo essentially said I'm not even mad. I'm impressed and told the folks in Texas to leave the Flamingo to his new life with a mate who had herself escaped from a Mexican Nature Reserve. Anyone who's dealt with a parrot knows that they're too clever by half, and that certainly applies to Cuba the mccaw a resident of Vancouver's Zoos Parrot Gardens. Even, though the suet taken all precautions to prevent the parrots from escaping, it seemed that the clever girl was hell bent on getting out. On a pleasant Spring Day in two thousand nine zoo staff had moved the parrots to an outdoor enclosure. A little while later, their headcount came up short. The keepers weren't panicked. All the birds had their wings clipped. So how far could you have gotten? Surprisingly are considering. She hitched a ride in an RV. Juba got into a compartment near the vehicle's Engine Bay and hung out for three days before the family in Rv, found her. Luckily they were on one of the more stationary parts of their vacation and had only gone twenty miles, so it was barely out of their way to take what I'm assuming was a very annoyed parrot back to the zoo. Anyone who's watched? Jailbreak movie knows that you won't get very far without stealing a set of wheels. Try to imagine the end of the great escape without the motorcycles. No good. Even one? The Indian spectacle at the Berlin soon knew that. In two thousand and four, he rode a log across the moat, the rounds, the bear habitat and scaled a wall to freedom. Now that he was out, he had to use this time wisely. I stop the zoos playground. Terrified parents rushed their children away while one had a jolly go on the merry go round and went down the slide. After getting bored of that fairly quickly, one wandered off only to find a bicycle across his path. When he stopped to examine it perhaps to assess it for its usability as a getaway vehicle, the keepers who had put it there were able to track him and carry all three hundred pounds or one hundred and thirty six kilos of air to his habitat. And potentially dangerous could also describe a gator named Chuckie who got loose from the Alabama Gold Coast in two, thousand, four with a little help from Hurricane Ivan. Zookeepers hadn't been able to evacuate the gators and the storm surge destroyed their enclosure, setting them loose. Them meaning plural gators, though only chucky got any real publicity. Rapidly due to the fact that he was twelve feet or three point seven meters long and weighed about half a ton. That makes for better copy. Zoo officials weren't as worried about Chucky, going native, as they were of Chucky, going up to people expecting to be fed as he had for the past fourteen. Here's a situation that could get very ugly very fast. Luckily dedicated alligator retrieval team from gator land in Orlando was able to catch chucky less than a week later. Some animals get by with a little help from their friends or even from strangers. Three kangaroos staged a daring escape from a wildlife park near Frankfurt Germany. The name of whom I am now going to attempt to say. The hawksbill shoot par concert. It is what it is taken early vote. They escaped by going under the fence. Thanks to the work of a Fox and wild boar.

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The Murchison Murders

Casefile True Crime

04:05 min | 4 months ago

The Murchison Murders

"The Murchison his large raging in the state of Western Australia. That's nine for it's agricultural and mining prospects. Spinning across two hundred, ninety, one thousand square kilometers, the region is home to many small sparsely populated towns that consists mostly of rugged up back and Darod Bush land. During the Western Australian Goldrush of the light eighteen hundreds, many people flocked to the area in the hopes of securing a fortune which resulted in the construction of several towns that were later abandoned when the short lived gold rush ended. Afterwards there was little work available except for agricultural workers shape, shearer's camel and toe spike is blacksmiths and boundary riders who were employed to maintain the outer edges of sheep and cattle stations. But. The turn of the Twentieth Century Roberts from the country's ace than sites had made their way across the desert, and into Western Australia's agricultural areas. European settlers had introduced the rabbits to Australia more than a hundred years earlier and to die, eventually became an invasive pest that caused significant damage to the country's ecology and farmland. To combat what became known as the great plague? The Western Australian government decided to build the world's longest fence which stretched all the way from the north. Coast to the south coast. In Nineteen, Oh two construction of the first phase began in the small wheatbelt belt in of Barak Open which became the major administration center for the fence. A twenty foot wide lawn was cleared through the Bush all the way south to a small bay called starvation. Boat Harbor and the Mesh fence was then erected to fate west of the center of the line. Twelve foot gates were installed at designated intervals to allow passage through the fence. Wooden posts were also added every mile h Ma with a number that represented the distance from Barak, open. In nineteen, Ninety five, the second phase began with the remainder of the fence, being built from Barracuda open to the north coast of Western Australia. Stretching for one thousand, eight, hundred twenty seven kilometers, it became known as the number one rabbit proof fence. The number two fence was completed in April of ninety five, and was one thousand, one hundred and fifty eight kilometers loan. It began on the south coast, approximately one hundred twelve kilometers west of the number, one fans, and essentially ran parallel to it before turning east and joining the first fence at Gum Creek. The number three fence, which was completed in Nineteen, seven, started knee Geraldton and extended two hundred and fifty six. Columba's east until it met the number two fence. Collectively the rabbit proof fence was three, thousand, two, hundred thirty seven kilometers long and building. It had cost the equivalent of around eighty three million Australian dollars in today's currency. A government sub department was established to supervise the constant maintenance of the fence. The maintenance team included a shape inspect off sobbing inspector, camel drivers. Rabbit hunters and boundary rod is. Fines were issued to anyone court leaving negates along the fence open, and it was also an offense, but any member of the public to use any of its maintenance tracks. Scattered along, the fence was small. Government earned stations and homesteads when maintenance supplies, watersheds and other facilities were housed.

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The Murchison Murders

Casefile True Crime

03:53 min | 4 months ago

The Murchison Murders

"The Murchison his large raging in the state of Western Australia. That's nine for it's agricultural and mining prospects. Spinning across two hundred, ninety, one thousand square kilometers, the region is home to many small sparsely populated towns that consists mostly of rugged up back and Darod Bush land. During the Western Australian Goldrush of the light eighteen hundreds, many people flocked to the area in the hopes of securing a fortune which resulted in the construction of several towns that were later abandoned when the short lived gold rush ended. Afterwards there was little work available except for agricultural workers shape, shearer's camel and toe spike is blacksmiths and boundary riders who were employed to maintain the outer edges of sheep and cattle stations. But. The turn of the Twentieth Century Roberts from the country's ace than sites had made their way across the desert, and into Western Australia's agricultural areas. European settlers had introduced the rabbits to Australia more than a hundred years earlier and to die, eventually became an invasive pest that caused significant damage to the country's ecology and farmland. To combat what became known as the great plague? The Western Australian government decided to build the world's longest fence which stretched all the way from the north. Coast to the south coast. In Nineteen, Oh two construction of the first phase began in the small wheatbelt belt in of Barak Open which became the major administration center for the fence. A twenty foot wide lawn was cleared through the Bush all the way south to a small bay called starvation. Boat Harbor and the Mesh fence was then erected to fate west of the center of the line. Twelve foot gates were installed at designated intervals to allow passage through the fence. Wooden posts were also added every mile h Ma with a number that represented the distance from Barak, open. In nineteen, Ninety five, the second phase began with the remainder of the fence, being built from Barracuda open to the north coast of Western Australia. Stretching for one thousand, eight, hundred twenty seven kilometers, it became known as the number one rabbit proof fence. The number two fence was completed in April of ninety five, and was one thousand, one hundred and fifty eight kilometers loan. It began on the south coast, approximately one hundred twelve kilometers west of the number, one fans, and essentially ran parallel to it before turning east and joining the first fence at Gum Creek. The number three fence, which was completed in Nineteen, seven, started knee Geraldton and extended two hundred and fifty six. Columba's east until it met the number two fence. Collectively the rabbit proof fence was three, thousand, two, hundred thirty seven kilometers long and building. It had cost the equivalent of around eighty three million Australian dollars in today's currency. A government sub department was established to supervise the constant maintenance of the fence. The maintenance team included a shape inspect off sobbing inspector, camel drivers. Rabbit hunters and boundary rod is. Fines were issued to anyone court leaving negates along the fence open, and it was also an offense, but any member of the public to use any of its maintenance tracks.

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Colonial spectators in bushes and temporary tents off course

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Colonial spectators in bushes and temporary tents off course

"The PGA Tories back Xander sharply made a twelve foot birdie putt on the last hole for a sixty six in a one shot lead at the Charles Schwab challenge among those one shot behind where Jordan Spieth's Justin Thomas and reigning US open champ Gary woodland that sets up what should be a great Sunday at colonial with no spectators allowed on the course but there have been unofficial spectators watching sneaking their way in there weren't even tickets for colonial members but some of them had obstructed views from one of the three temporary party ten same grandstand set up in the yards of nearby homes the cheers from there could be heard at the far end of the

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Colonial spectators in bushes and temporary tents off course

Retirement Road Map

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Colonial spectators in bushes and temporary tents off course

"PGA towards bags Intershop flee made a twelve foot birdie putt on the last hole for a sixty six and a one shot lead at the Charles rock challenge among those one shot behind where Jordan speak Justin Thomas and reigning US open champion Gary woodland at so that sets up what should be a great Sunday at colonial with no spectators allowed on the course but there were unofficial spectators watching sneaking and snaking their way in there weren't even tickets for colonial members but some of them had obstructed views from one of three temporary party ten same grandstand set up in the yards of nearby homes the cheers from there could be heard at the far end of the

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Boston - Mass. Beaches Will Open On Memorial Day With Restrictions

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:08 sec | 6 months ago

Boston - Mass. Beaches Will Open On Memorial Day With Restrictions

"A Massachusetts beach this moral day weekend no groups larger than ten you must stay twelve feet apart and wear a mask says governor Charlie Baker

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‘There’s a lot at stake here’: Charlie Baker issues strong warning about COVID-19 going into Memorial Day weekend

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

‘There’s a lot at stake here’: Charlie Baker issues strong warning about COVID-19 going into Memorial Day weekend

"There's a lot at stake here governor Baker warned the state ahead of Memorial Day weekend to continue staying six feet apart and to wear a mask when that's not possible if you do go to the beach state rules are the gatherings of ten or more people are not allowed and along with the facemask rule visitor should maintain at least twelve feet between towel or blanket areas organize games volleyball football not allowed changing room facilities are close all the bathrooms will be open with social distancing measures in place in most

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When It Comes To New Release Showings, A Drive-In Theater Stands Alone

All Things Considered

02:16 min | 7 months ago

When It Comes To New Release Showings, A Drive-In Theater Stands Alone

"Under normal Saturday a lot of us might be thinking about heading to the movies right about now but there's nothing normal about right about now and with most movie theaters closed because of the corona virus pandemic there's no where to go to see a new release on the big screen unless you happen to be in Ocala Florida kind of like the last dinosaur stand and you help that's a John white skipped owner operator of the Ocala drive in in Ocala Florida last week his theater made headlines as the only one in the country showing a new release film in fact his driving was responsible for the entire revenue of the week's top grossing movie an art house horror film called swallow it made a whopping seventeen hundred dollars at the box office never in a day thought that I would be the top in the box office but I ended the only one in the box office is not going to be the top of your only one there are other drive in theaters open around the country but they are showing classic films not new ones to stay open the Ocala driving has had to change some things to adapt to social distancing employees are wearing masks and gloves and the spaces in the parking lot are bigger now with twelve feet between vehicles basically I've lost over half of our marketing that I normally would have but we are filling up on Fridays or Saturdays unfortunately we have to turn people away what he says he has received some criticism for staying open during the pandemic but he says most of the feedback he's getting is from families who appreciate having a nice night out right about now people have to have a certain amount of mental stability they getting cabin fever everybody's gonna be getting on everybody's nerves sooner or later this gives them a break he says it reminds him of being on the Gulf coast after hurricane Katrina he says that experience taught him the value of providing some relief during a crisis anything that brought us five minutes or five hours of normal feeling and was appreciated and even though drive ins have been disappearing across the country Wesche hopes that this pandemic will remind people of what these open air theatres can offer plus he says showing movies is in his blood coming from a family is forty eight is well over a hundred years the old cliche the show must go on is not a cliche it's a way of life so the show

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Into the Corn

AOPA Never Again

06:54 min | 8 months ago

Into the Corn

"Was on a local pleasure flight in my belong to cruise air heading from Twin County airport in hills village Virginia to South West Virginia. My friend Daniel Student pilot was in the right seat. I was the pilot in command. I plan to take off from runway one niner and make a large sweeping right turn to return to the airport. I anticipated flight of fifteen to thirty minutes. Maximum approximately five to seven miles from the airport. I was arguing back to the field at about one thousand five hundred or one thousand seven hundred feet. Ag L. in accrues configuration climbing gently. When I felt a sensation similar to driving over a rumble strip on a highway without much discernible noise change. The engine suddenly backed off to idle with a mild shuddering sensation. The propeller continued to windmill. My initial reaction was to raise the nose and verify that the throttle and mixture were forward. They were still in a gentle. Climb as I- decelerated to approximately best glide speed verified the mags on both and then left and then right individually switched field tanks applied carburetor. Heat verify the landing gear and flaps full up and re trimmed the nose judge the distance to the airport boundary and stated that we needed to have a fielder to picked out in case. The glide. Didn't look good after we stabilized. I quickly determined that we were not within a glide of the airport property and selected a field planted in corn. We had seen just behind the right wing. My reasoning was that was a long ridge of an otherwise very steep hill surrounded by other inhospitable hillsides. And all the pastures had relatively close fences and had visible obstacles rocks included and cattle. I also reason that the corn would help dissipate energy. I briefly experimented with the hand fuel. Pump starter mixture and throttle hoping for at least partial power with zero engine response. Daniel remained calm and very helpful. I initiated a brisk turn to the right which put us on a slightly high angling left base leg. I told Daniel my intentions and once I assured we were clear of the power transmission lines and towers. I confirmed we were configured for a full flap gear up landing and went left to right in the cockpit turning off any potential hazards to our landing including mags. Throttle and mixture fallout master. Switch off. I told Daniel to verify. The cabin door was ajar. At which point he asked about the wheels and I stated it would be an intentional gear up to avoid nosing over just above the corn. I realized my plan to touch down just as the field settled slightly into a bowl. The seaplane technique for water landings and swells was off and I actually went into the corn tassels seconds past that point dragging the tail the descent through the approximately six foot high corn was very noisy and short lived as it provided rapid deceleration as anticipated and we impacted knows high wings level very firmly and stopped almost immediately. Skewing about thirty to forty degrees left just as we stopped even with my experience. Flying from aircraft carriers that touchdown and deceleration is at least tied for the most violent arrest. Moment I have experienced my inertial real lap belts and shoulder harnesses. Were wonderful as soon as we stop moving. I checked on Daniel and told him firmly to get out of the airplane. He did so eagerly as he exited. I handed possibly through the first aid kit at him and followed immediately once clear. We tried to confirm that neither of US was hurt. We remain somewhat away from the aircraft and then got closer to inspect it. I did not see or smell fuel oil. Smoke or flame and so from the wing. I confirm that I had the airplane and IT systems turned off and looked for my cell phone. It was later found in the corn stubble. About twelve feet from the cockpit. Apparently having broken free of its Yo colder an exited through the lower right corner of the windshield we set out through the corn downhill. In the general direction of the nearest road. I estimate are not so straight path to the first cattle fence and subsequently cow path to have covered what is actually only about one quarter mile while walking we both called family members to inform them of our experience and that we were okay. I also arrange to have picked up roadside. We encountered the landowner at the bottom of the hill and informed him how we got there he had no idea. I called the Flight Standards District Office at Charleston West Virginia and left a message and then tried to Richmond. Virginia physio with a similar lack of success. My wife then took me to the Galax Virginia hospital because of increasing lower back discomfort while in the waiting room at the emergency room I was successful reporting the event to a flight service station operator at one. Eight hundred W X brief. Who told me that his computer entries were in fact passed into the government system and that I had therefore notified the FAA. We later discovered that the crankshaft had broken cleanly into it. Shut down all the accessories. Fuel pump mags oil pump. The instant the rear third had stopped rotating that put us in a glider with a big speed break in just one or three skipped heartbeats. I don't count the successful outcome of this. Or my previous four aviation bumps in the night to military to civilian as a result of any exceptional pilot skills on my part but gleefully acknowledged that I had many good and thorough civilian and military instructors over the years who hammered the need for constant practice and self instruction into my piloting. The result is that when something goes wrong. There's no need to think about it simply. React to all the training scenarios and execute the sequence of corrective action. You've already created. It's worked well for

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"twelve foot" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"twelve foot" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Get a twelve foot ladder. Wow. Magin that. But the wall won't be ten feet high. Some places it'll be twenty and thirty feet high. And they're building a wall where ladder is useless. Notice they won't contribute to figuring out. What kind of wall we should build or what kind of physical barriers we should have or what kind of things we should do on the border. They're just filled with fortune, cookie statements. That's all they got. That's all I have. Jerry nadler. Mr producer. I'm serious. I want you to invite Mr. Nadler on this program. There's a lot of things I want to discuss with him. And he's he's a genius. Just ask him. I'm just a talk radio host. He's a brilliant, man. And I want to talk to him when I've talked to him about impeachment. I wanna talk to him about what he's going to do as chairman of the House Judiciary committee. I just wanna talk. Here. He is trashing Kirsten Nielsen. Now this Kirsten Nielsen happens to be a woman attractive lady. Look how they talk to her. If she'd been a liberal Democrat working for an administration, the Democrats would be jumping up and down that these men are misogynists. That they hate women. But let's listen to this little good for nothing useless, Jerry, Nadler, cut, twelve go. Moreover, members of the committee have written dozens of letters to you many of which have received little or no substantive response as we move into the next guy. So I wanna put you and the department of notice the time for accountability has arrived. French revolution is here. Ladies and gentlemen, and we're gonna drag these people out of these departments. We're going to put them in front of our little panels where convict them as enemies of the state. We're going to the guillotines off with their heads. As way like power. And we know what to do about. And we're just getting started. You see? Mr nadler. Go ahead. The members of this committee responsibility. Shut up you slob, you absolutely pathetic. Moron. Your grotesque has anybody ever told you that to your face course, he won't come on? I don't even want him on what the hell for. How far he's a propagandist. I didn't hear him now. As a little boy with his, mommy. Gerald, Gerald wack. Mom, Gerald, come out of the basement, put your pants on Gerald. My Tyron, Gerald. Come up now. Put the popcorn away, Gerald. Stop watching the cartoons. Cam up, Gerald. It's now time for your lessons. But mom, I'm enjoying Bugs Bunny. And I've got a lot more popcorn. They jared. Get up here. Don't make me come down and get your Gerald. Ma. Gerald comes up. Slapped around by, mommy..

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"twelve foot" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"twelve foot" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Bike polling is similar to that in as much as you use a ten or twelve foot fiberglass rod. Poked or stuck into the Bank of the side of the river with your line. Then on it that big fiberglass rod acts like efficient autre gives that resistance. The difference between the twos, the fiberglass Raj, you can put where you want to wear a likely place. A fish would be unlike limb line and you're just you're kind of the mercy of where Lim would be. And so these, we try to pick the best likely spots stick them in with the bait. A live, bait when they're targeting flatheads and man go from there. Talk about the bait a little bit. I, the Bates issue. It's always the issue. So we ran, oh eighty or so hooks and go for Flathead catfish like we were going big baits are better. And so you need eighty big Bates in a big bait, a big nice. Bait would be like a hand size, blue Gill or a carp minnow or something. You know four to six to eight or ten even twelve inches long. You need eighty of those to be successful to be successful. You're loud to run thirty three hooks per per person. Thirty three hooks. So we run running three of us running eighty or so we weren't quite there, but you know, you get bait. And after you have a hundred and fifty Bates, you think mania bay for days, but you don't and you got to come back and go for bait, and I'm indiscriminate bait collector and we'll collect bait in any way, shape or form that I can. We ran into that problem. We're ran out of bay and you cast net for bait, cast net for bait the, you can man. You can get it any way you can. You could saying it. You could catch it on a hook and bobber. However you can get it and you guys like hoop traps for bay to right hoop nets? No, a little little ones in the creek or something like that, you know, going for carp. Shed have. We haven't had any luck with the little hoops though. Actually, we are set them into in the current channels and they don't care. So up in there. No. But you try it that way? Yeah, a little fish traps. We've just had very little look now diameter hoop traps. The ones we'll have one that would try it and it's a. A bit. It's a eighteen inch or, oh, my brother has hoop traps. He doesn't area reloaded hoop net. Yeah, for raw fish. And as debate the hoop nets. But then he thinks that the bay doesn't matter. He's put them in Lyons travel. If you got like a, let's see. Gallic a little gravel. Let's see. You got gotta stream. It's got the shallow, and then you've got like a little gravel trough up against the with a deep cut Bank and a low gravel trough down there. He'll lay that who trap obviously opening up toward the downstream side and he pulls up some halls a soccer's net thing. Yeah, I don't have a figure just catching them on their path, but he's got. But these are huge right now. There's one I have a little bit. He's thirty inch hoops, I think. Yeah, it's mostly cast netting. So you go on cast that a bit. You can't use a large mouth as bait, cannot use game fishes bay. No, but you like Shad carp alike? Sad, but they're tough to keep alive if we can keep them air aid. I like those. They're they're a good size. Big Shad hand sized shed carp, which are super tough, blue Gill, which I think personally everything in the river likes a blue. Y'all think it's like Flathead candy, but they're not as tough as the carpet. And now explain a likely place for flatheads. This is, you know, this is a great debate, but generally. Behind. A blow down or some sort of cover in the river. You know, a blow down a wall or dyke rocks. Those places were fast. Water goes to slow water like Any any dead head. yet big an ambush spot. You know, it would be like in any other stream or creek with the fish would be would think in those eddies and pools the flatheads would Franquet Frank with those areas..

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"twelve foot" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"twelve foot" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"When women buddy we played football so we go into the bathrooms in the in the locker room area and they're either three or four stalls and then about seven eight feet and then a row syncs with the mayor and always too high ceiling the ceiling was always like ten foot and for those of you who think that's not that high everyone thinks they have a twelve foot ceiling or thirteen foot ceiling has ten foot you don't know how that it's like i talked to people all the time and they go oh we got this beautiful living room that vaulted scene it's it's like thirty feet or forty footsie i know it's not go it is not and they're like it's at least thirty i got no it's not it's not it's not it's not and they go i i lived there and i it's not just just fight a tape on it it would be seventeen or eighteen feet or be nineteen but or maybe twenty one it's not thirty five like that drives me nuts with people okay all right think i drive them so he would go all the way the far right stall and then he would then do a hook shot and and the idea was to thread the needle you had to make it over the stall wall which would sat up about six six six four six five but if you went to hide hit the ceiling splash and and then and then throw a hook into the sink why which was a good twelve fourteen foot over precision here's always funny.

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

06:52 min | 3 years ago

"twelve foot" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

"This is about. Juries gonna blow your mind. I can't wait. This is cover the engagement rain, but never thing to use it to cut a hole in the fiber bus cover. The stone in the ring is at diamond. It would cut through fiber. Yeah. I mean, you David was cheap skit that season. She was afraid to test test to see if it's a real diamond. What if it doesn't cut, I would rather die here the know whether or not if it doesn't cut. I can't even can't even. There's some trivia. Okay. Shotton only fourteen days in a single location. Fourteen days that's not bad. You were really close. According to an interview with fourteen twenty eight elm director, Mike, how you listening can Doria. So yeah, Dari film stemmed from his own fear of pools and the ocean by saying pools an oceans. I'll trigger a bona fide sense of dread for me, the whole idea being trapped in a pool makes me sweat. I decided to tap into that fear and the concept blossomed from there. Jonuz as a Majd Jona from the Old Testament, a character who's trapped in the belly of a win. Totally lost me on that one. I mean I should've I've. I mean, I've heard the story of Joan in ROY. I'll read one review and then we have to what I'm going to ask you to think about why go through these reviews. Is. What's your, what do you think is the finest film of all time most most excellently well-made film ever. Wow. Okay. I'll think about it, doesn't it can be personal to you? Does it have to be something that like everyone would be like, yeah, that's the one. Personal to me. I think badlands. Dad lands. Okay. So when we do our scale, that's going to be number one. Number five is mother maze with danger. So cloud, the're classic lifetime movie. So this is. Still five star review its room. UT guard fourteen. She writes a couple of God a couple of sisters, one of which is extremely tough to like get trapped in a covered swimming pool over a holiday weekend while struggling to survive. They talk about all their cliche issues, abuse of father, drug addiction, petty jealousy, it cetera. Then this bitch Shanidar with her own cliche tissues shows up in the film goes off the rails. I mean, I was into it for a little while because I'm a sucker for stories like this and that was that was rife was that it was right for the leash as wasn't even killing it for me. But I guess they couldn't stretch that out for feature film Runtime. So they added a gender thing, whatever they think they whatever they were going for her with our character. They completely failed at it. She totally tanks movie and becomes less about surviving and more about beating this horrible woman. The film mistakenly expects us to mistakenly expects us to care about. And they don't even beat her by the way. I won't say what happens. But if you're like me, you'll be screaming obscenities over the ending, just June. Yeah. Really took it out on the wrong person. I agree completely that that was a real like she's the kinda girl that I, I don't. I don't fight with people like that. I just feel like, yeah, really think that was the problem. Like I can't have a conversation with you. Yeah, yeah, just, yeah. Okay, that's interesting. I avoid relationships because of people that talk like that. The author of this I am not going to it's Nina Garhwal. She's from London, and she writes, the worst movie she's ever seen one-star. This review may contain spoilers this movie infuriated me with how badly acted in idiotic the characters were. They literally could have made it out right at the start, but she only decides to actually do something to end when our sisters dying such a bad storyline, the elder sister suggested that they both move move the great to smash the pool cover. But the younger one throws a tantrum and only gets out of her tantrum when her diabetic sisters drowning. And then she decides it's time to go get the great. Also, the older sister makes such deal about how many give her credit card pinned the Saco pool employees contemplate being left in the pool to die rather than give it, but only like seventy dollars or whatever that amount was in her account eighty. Yeah, true. So. Yeah, I mean. I have. I really would. I would watch movie about the custodian. I wanna see her story. She's the only person I care about this whole factor. I mean, there's a lifetime movie Shona relapse by the way. I'm so sure. Like, I don't hope that for her. So how does this scored so high? Gary W forty, six in the United States rates, bad, bad, bad, bad, bad bad. The highest score drew in even though it did not sound slash look very good, but I'm a sucker for a horse dealer. Good ole bayton. Switch producer must divide the hired a chick farm. Bruiser must have hired a click farm to create the amounts and give his movie a high reading. I'd be cool with that if it was any way. Good. Oh, my God. A click farm is just a bunch of people that click on things for you. How I've I don't know, but I think that might be the most revealing thing I've learned here today. I mean, it could be right click farm. So we do a skill your, we're trying to find out which movie is the most lifetime yet all the movies. We've watched this season. One is badlands five is mother see danger, meaning it's very lifetime eat. We don't go bad. We just means very lifetime. So on a scale of badlands to mother may see danger one to five, where is the acting on this for you.

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

11:30 min | 3 years ago

"twelve foot" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

"Three up to three bathing suits on top of each other. And then when you go to competition, you similar faster because you'd have less drag your muscles be warming up with in the batter the batter's too bad through the. Donut? Yeah, there's a lot of different ways that bathing suit could have gotten in the pool, a lot of ways. Tons of ways by I thought that maybe Jona was maybe breed been wearing them, but she's the practical Cestari notice. I don't remember any. I remember her getting out not having them on, but I was like, maybe she, she does the kind of shoots with the pair of shorts on. Yes, she does. Five like I'm gonna. I'm here to just swim it out and I'm going to be modest. Anyone looking at me. Jona makes a hole large enough with the great that she can. That she can in this literally Mimi sick because like she does only hit it one more time and you are probably not gonna fucking bleed out. She cuts her main artery like sledding or like, okay, personal critic cathartic moment when she broke through, if you wanna take the metaphor of like smashing, the glass ceiling like the woman, you know, heavy. You know, but like just, yeah, hit once more twice. Mike, couldn't I couldn't I literally it makes me sick to think about who's gratuitous, unnecessary, unnecessary. So then basically she drags her sister. The whole gets bigger somehow. I don't know if she sat there and made it bigger or what she goes back and gets free drugs out of the foal which also she would be cut up. I'm like, throw a towel down on the on the side of the on the ledger, something so. She basically shoves her sisters insulin and our legs. She slowly come come away again and. Like Jonas, hysterical like she's like this now. I can be the sister I've always wanted to be. I've never been the best sister. I just saved my sisters. I also like the narcissism of an addict as well to be like new page. It's no Jona lake. You're gonna survive this. And then like in two weeks, it's going to be back to your regularly scheduled programing syringe in your glovebox. Mean what could possibly be for? There'd be no treatment center. That would be like just to remember your sobriety. Hang onto a syringe, like there's no way that that's like. So I still it's a totem instead of instead of a disc. Disc. Got my two year syringe. Yeah, she's only three months and it's like I feel like someone would've cleaned her car while she was at rehab. It seems like one of the first things you do that's very enlists. She's allergic to bees. Oh, really? You should could be an epi pen, but it didn't look like an epi pen. It was a syringe. Seeing those on intervention. This is range. So. This isn't really worth playing this audio either. But the woman comes in with a gun. And she's gonna kill them both because they got at the pool. Like. I think it's pretty obvious. They're gonna let you go for this. There just had as they have been saying since the jump, they just want out of the pool. She says, I made it all the way to the car and I couldn't stop thinking about you girls. Hey, how far away was the car that like. Keep gun in your car as an ex con? I think she sat in there with like with a cigarette and smoked and she was like, what do I do man? Like? Do I have to go back to jail, but I don't wanna kill. I mean that I mean, I kept thinking myself, this woman could turn this whole thing around, but as being a good Samaritan, letting them out that would have probably gotten her so much more far with the parole ward and everyone else total. Right from the get-go. Yeah, they're like, you really have changed. You had an opportunity to manipulate two girls and didn't take it. Bless you. Bless you, tiny sneezes. So. There's new. This is a total bogus like this is just to get the ring back for them. Totally. Sushi can't bring herself to shoot them. She gives breed back her ring, and then they'll sit there and cries. Jona calls the cobs. Journals like run just like get out of there while you still can. Yeah, and breaks up on a stretcher, and it's like, is this real. Very real. It's real. It's very real and it's very, very minimum minimal. Like there's there's two EMT workers in two cops. Shocked me where I was like, can we get this girl in the bus? Like why is she just sitting here in a stretcher? Like you're checking league, you check her vitals inside there. You don't. They were sitting there for like ten, a ten minute conversation. And if you look at Jonas wrist, the bandaging is it's shoddiest bandaging. Night work. I've vomit thinking about that whole thing that the the wrist, it makes me one of vomit to think about. I've really does the most studying thing to me. There was a day a whole flip and day to shoot that risk seem like we got the special effects guys come on. Let's get the latex. We tried again. How many do you think it took to film this movie eighteen? You know? No. Oh. The budget was to in a minute, but there's a conversation between them. Britos Hugh did it and Jona goes, we did it in breeze like I never doubted you. I guess we're even in Jones like not yet, and she gives her the ring in breeze like how Jones like I killed the monster. I know you told her to run. She says, because I thought my guest throughout this whole thing, I kept writing lines. I was guessing that they would say I was wrong often. But on this one, I thought she was going to say, I killed the monster, but she said, we killed the monster. And then like you said, the monster, good free. Yeah, everybody killed the monster. There's N like also long story short. She really wasn't a month or she's damaged woman. Yeah, exactly. And I think that we can all emit that like it's pretty obvious like, you know, she came back and fix. I mean, it's just. I mean, it's just if you want to a lot of hot air. I don't appreciate it. No, I mean, if you want to dig deeper, which I don't think they do, but if you want to look at the metaphor of like, you know, the monster being the the, the toxic issue that they never talked about right this, this boil in their relationship that needed to be lanced Iran, they, they cleanse that they killed that monster. But that's just the same monster that they were talking about from the gecko. So I don't know if I ever want. I never want resolution length that in my life, I would just rather die just with the way it is really do. We really talk about this now. I know you killed someone like, no. And now we've both acknowledged that I was molested that can we just talk about it like it would. I would just feel I don't. I don't get satisfaction from closure like that. We will checks and balances system that doesn't alw. Always add up to on the plus side. Yeah, I know really doesn't like, you know, there's conversations I know that I could have with either parent or sibling about certain things. You know that you're like, well. Is this really going to like? What's this going to do? Really going to be? Yeah, how, how good am I going to feel after this? What's the longevity of the positivity that I'm gonna feel? And oftentimes it's, it's just it's better. Just not. So we're gonna do our skin minute, but I just want to show you some things. So this is the poster for the movie. Make sure to pay attention to the fund. Can you see that? Yeah. Okay. And then the little writing above it says, ten one hundred thousand gallons of water. Fifty meters wide. No way out. Wow. Like when they say that many gallons and that many meters like, oh, it's actually big. It doesn't sound that bad. It could be along more claustrophobic. It could be an above ground pool, like just a small circle that wasn't that to me would be as bad if not worse. I think it'd be worse. It'd be like being buried alive. Also. I was wondering if twelve feet deep like had some deeper significance meeting like six as and then like two people I was like twins. That's like the twin theory I'm on board now. I think I love it. I think the twin theory, I don't see why I think it's, yeah. Why not any? Because. Are not identical in the different rooms? I think that's the number one thing that stands out to me. I mean, breed could be so conceded that she refers to her sophomore year is their sophomore year, but I like like I love the womb. Womb metaphor. Yeah. There's a lot. I mean, again, we're, we've thought about this so much more than they ever will. Six thousand seven hundred eighty five people voted on this movie for in terms of reviews on. I'm it as a five point. Nine I think that's incredibly generous. Think it's extremely generous. Yeah, I think. You know. There's if this movie was a pool, there'd be so many holes would be leaked all the water out already. -actly. That's a stretch, but I'm going to go there. There's a goof on MTV that might be fun. The shot used to revive Brie and is a red orange clue. Could gone pen glue. Gin gin pen with. That's. That's then that's what she needs because her blood sugar was low. So they did do the right thing. So wasn't it goof. Right pen. We got our redirect that movie something dot com. We have to redirect the conversation. Yeah, I just I'm just going to cut and paste. Plot holes. There's two of them only to one of the sisters tried to pull the metal cover from the bottom of the pool as she's pulling on the cover. She's also standing on top of. This

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"twelve foot" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

"Lost phone. Yeah, I was. I was looking for the ID in there. I just literally set the report to your parole officer this morning. Good things about you. Shift and you're done. Up to the trash bins. What should rock brats not playground. Sugar. Happen to your skin. Why don't you get out of here? You little shit. Just kids Babri. Good. Laughers close your bag on glitches. My stuff knows a cool. Feed it upgrade from what I remember remodel. Let's change. Educate into. Yeah. Either this at home and listen to mom bitch about two fronts. He's naming fillers, see, stinks, whatever. So how long have been. Three months? Two weeks, fourteen hours. How do you. Sophomore year? We bet who could around the poof, asses. On. Maybe break another record who's our buys dinner. I'm I'm minus five in the Bank, so we're getting dinner right away. Deal. Oh, yeah. So get on. Let's go to close it up. Ladies closing up and need to get out of the pool. It's a holiday weekend. See all signs hanging around here. Some people need to learn how to read. Learn how to kiss my ass. Something. Thank you all for coming. We continue pool is now closed. Are. I haven't read ring. Just my rang. Well, I mean, sure. Even body maybe left at home or something. I'm positive. Means you too. Let's go. Hang on. I think I can see something down here. Down. See that is that it. Thank you very much coming. I love the bar, Matt. They use the pool. Great. You're exactly right. Vermin. They on the bottom of the pool. And for some reason I have after this, my first after this is so we have established that they are twins, which. We have not as dabbling. But in my mind, I cannot let go the fact that these were neutral together. I, I'll go with it. That's also like what is seeking to might they live in water together? Yes, this is a big metaphor for the womb. I don't think I don't think that they were thinking that deeply. I don't think that they, that's that tends to be my problem with these movies is that I think about them a lot more than anyone involved in thinks about them. This is. Just the beginning of one of the great scenes and we're going to be playing a lot of audio from this mostly are big star. Is sanitation worker Dianne for is that so I need to know more about her after if you took notes. I mean, we can also, I am. I'm glad that this move this good thing about this movie is that it's all like it has uses one of my favorite things which is all in one place. It's kind of a one crazy night movie. It's definitely like a lot of things. I love about movies, the tricks that they used to save money like they never once you don't even see them at the hospital after anything. It's they rented this pool and they're not fucking leaving. No, it's they have there's litter. There's one shot of like the sun descending in the sky, which is like a beer like which stock footage. You know, there's shot of Jona in the car, right? That is it fact in husband later or the David, which also could be stock footage of just random, boring men calling wife. Good, nice to nice diversity casting though. That she had an Asian husband happy. I couldn't tell if that's I thought he was Hispanic at first, but I thought he was like half and half.

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"twelve foot" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

13:19 min | 3 years ago

"twelve foot" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

"General. Hear me out. A lot of really great foams such as hearthrob. Yeah, like, oh, and I love it when they act like Peter fest. Sonali is in this and he's a person, right? He was the one who hurt Jenny gar. Ceilings Peter. Finale. Yeah, he the guy who's the guy from bosom buddies the not Tom Hanks with the other guy who was a dad on girls that's not. I think he's too young for that. This guy was. Excuse me. This guy is on the supergirl TV show nurse, Jackie. You know, it just goes to show. Yeah, he was the. He's the guy from twilight that was married to Johnny Garth. And then I don't know if there was cheating there or what it was their break up was both as the prize to people and upsetting. I really, I don't really. I mean, look, I'm not happy to see someone get divorced, but I have to say that like everyone was like, love is dead. When Chris Pratin on affairs announcer like divorces like, who cares? Like, what were you literally basing your life on whether or not that marriage survives like I vaguely knew that they were married, but like it's not like this isn't love is dead material for me. Love is dead is like Scott Peterson, killing his wife, the literally literally fucking dad, but I don't know. I wasn't invested in Chris Pratt and affairs in a way that, yeah, that didn't. I mean, I can't say that I had. There's been a celebrity break-up or two that I've, that's kind of bummed me out. But yes, just so mildly. I'm just disappointed and Ben Affleck. That's where I really come on that because I feel like Jennifer garner is the best mother in America, and I've been. Seeing that for a long time and I'm like, how dare you hurt her? Yeah. Do you think her move towards van Jellicoe film came after their break-up, or was that just always doing eventually? He's done some. I'm not talking hardcore Christian movies smoothing in that. There's a couple that have kind of. In theaters, I think. So. Yeah. I mean, good for her. I do know that Ben was raised Catholic by the way like you guys were talking about lobsters because wags has stuff lobster. We can get into the movie in a minute. I just need to say this loud. I, I wanna lobster roll so bad right now, but I could never trust it. It's not a Massachusetts, not from ASA two-set. Yeah, you know? Yeah. Where are you from all over? But I did New Mexico, but I lived in New England. I lived in Portsmouth, New Hampshire for two years. So I knew about, I don't love New Hampshire a look. It was the darkest time in my life, eighth grade, like going through puberty and in a small coastal New Hampshire town talked about this season. Grass holes are from New Hampshire like Mulata the people from there are assholes, and so I can't imagine that was a fun time. No, it was it to go from New Mexico to New Hampshire. Right. And then without your dad in the picture was like, yeah, it was. It was. It was super dark that is rough. New Mexico is lovely. Yeah, it is. They give you like if you are, if you live in Albuquerque, like just for living there, no matter what your income is. You get two hundred dollars and food stamps every month. I'm not aware of that, but I think that sounds very reasonable. I mean is Eli. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I was on a road trip, pass through Albuquerque in some way, home and thank God. The waitress at this place got explained to me the food stamps situation. She was like, oh, you goes from LA like I live out there, but I love living here like you get the food stamps. And I was like, what food stamps. And she was like, because she's got has your job. And I'm like, looking at what food stamps are you on? And she's like, no, everyone here gets food stamps just for living here. So then a homeless guy hits me up right when I walk outside, he hits me up right when they walk outside of the restaurant and he's like, hey, my food stamps haven't come yet. Like I was like, wow, man. This is just like a thing. People are talking about their food stamps. Once you hear thing, you start hearing it everywhere. I mean, I guess it could be that effect as well. Or you should've said we'll do, they'll they'll come, don't worry, worry, man, they come every month. The waitress might have. That go in. Yeah, I wonder if like they expire after a month review, just horde your food stamps. It'd be like stamp. Rich. Yeah. An account. Yeah, I would like that. I would like to, I would like to look into it lifestyle where I do that. So. Basically this movie, I'm an idiot. I like to throw that out there. I'm actually, no, I'm not an idiot. I'm a believer. I really thought when they said this movie was based on a true story that we were watching a factual reenactment. That would have been so great. I mean, right, and that's part of the tragic, but actually not really because I don't to no spoilers. I mean now, I mean it's okay. I've used. I will tell you there's a, there's a strange mix of people. Listen to podcasts. A lot of them are lifetime vans that no one loved these movies, and then there's some that are just like, yeah, I've never watched lifetime. I just need to listen to you guys talk about them so they, they will never see the movie. We could light. Tired time. So yes, spoilers aren't really a big deal, but I will tell you there's a lot of tragedy in this that even if it did happen to two sisters, hard top pool, cover aside. There's a lot of tragedy in the big time. Yeah. Yeah, actually kinda dark. The writers chose this of all things, huge. I mean, the pool is delete of their really. When Easter teen into it. First of all, I just got to ask, how do you think you would handle the situation. Well, I was thinking about that. Like in the movie itself, I the best. What's that out? Your notes, you're the best? Well, I try started to transcribe because my handwriting is just like a crow, like scratching, ever come this prepared before. Wow. It's just it's mostly just the same sentence over and over. Citizen skull production company tagline typed over and over again. Exactly. I did write down at some point, the four stages of getting stuck in a pool, which because I was thinking about the seven stages of grief in the movie. I, it's like shock and denial. Anger bargaining, depression, reflection, loneliness, and then eventually acceptance, which I take as drowning. If I think personally, if it happened to me, well, I realized, you know, there's a shallow and yes, and I was not treading water the whole time now. I don't see them before this do this movies are buying. It's called twelve feet deep. I'm like that means it's an Olympic sized pool that doesn't have a shallow on. Because like in my experience Olympics is pulled, do not have shallow end, but. It did in fact have shallow, which for me really took away the majority of the danger. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, my wife watch the trail with me and she's like, oh, I would just nap on one of those ropes because they have this floating ropes which ended up happening in the movie. Yeah, but. But that, yeah, the shallow went if it happened to me, you know, I mean, I'm claustrophobic. So that's a little upsetting. I say quickly. Sorry, I don't wanna take tangent off, but. The first thing I thought when I watched the trailer was movie that I saw a child called the legacy. It's a nineteen seventy. Eight, I think is a British American horror film Sam Elliot, Katharine Ross, Roger Daltry in it. It's basically about these LA interior directors that somehow go over to England and get caught. They get there in a house with these five people that are kind of benefactors for this guy who's dying. And so they're all there to to see who's going to take over the estate, this big English estate, and they all start dying off mysteriously one by one. But this one death seen this woman is swimming in this lovely pool, and she goes to surface and it's just suddenly turned to like a glass top if she's trapped under the water and as a child, I just. Vivid memories of her like there was no airspace or anything, and she's stole this from that. I don't know. You know, I mean, there's a lot of influences out there. I mean, there is the true story of the woman in AUstralia who those she died on Christmas day, but she stuck under a hard top cover. It said she was stuck under the pool cover, but I don't get it really. You know, like if I don't know, there's all sorts there's floating pool covers. There's floating things so that could be, you know, an element of something very heavy that you can't, but it's also it seemed very suspect to me. It is super suspect in additional. -i the yelich so and put her in there like three days. Isn't that big of a deal? Like when you think about other climbs and conditions you could be stuck in that are like miserable. This is not even close to my top three. No, not even so. And if it is a heated pool, which it is, yeah, and most pools, competition pools are heated. I found out to about eighty eighty four eighty to eighty four degrees, which is for the best the best exercise for exercising. So you, you know, if you're in a heated pool, there's a shallow end. I don't think he really e- might there might be some dehydration. Three days without waters about as much as somebody can go. So. I mean, if you if you drank some of the chlorine, what would happen like if you were to taking small sips? I I wouldn't. I mean, that's a good question. I, there's already chlorine in your tap water depending where you are, where I lived as a child. There was an overabundance of chlorine in the tap water and it stained my teeth. Really? Yeah. I mean, luckily not to the degree where I can't smile. There was, but I know that's different places have have chlorine in the water, but so I would imagine be less dangerous and drinking seawater for. You. You would not be drinking seawall. You don't even you don't last long with that. Don't go. No, some the Atlantic Ocean is so salty too. Way saltier than the Pacific Ocean. My experience. That's interesting. I have more experience in the Atlantic Ocean and it is so yeah. So let's get into our two leads. So we have these two sisters. I'll just tell you now, one is name Bree. She's the one that's obviously named Bree, like the good names alone are so Brie and Jona Jona spilled Jonah jail a, but I guess would anybody call themselves Jonah? Probably not. No. I mean, but like also, how did she even come up with that? Like how do their mother come up with that? I mean, especially like it didn't sound like the best home life? No, it didn't. I mean, you know, her mom, their mom now has a boyfriend named Steve, I guess, apparently, right? That's they're not a big fan of, but he's got to be better than the dad as we will find out because the dad was. The dad's, really the whole reason we're in the pool. Yeah, in Jona is kind of an exotic name to me in a way, and I don't know where she would have found that name. I really don't. I don't see this as a woman who's leafing through literature. Yeah, maybe it was the baby named book that you buy at the grocery store, but who knows. And then. So breeze, like a much more charmed life. It seems she's obviously been through some shape, but she seems like the sister that like has it together. She's been favored. It seems like almost in a way. Do you think they're twins? No. Okay. I was under the impression they were twins. That's interesting. I was under the impression that Bree was a little older and she was kind of the protective older sister.

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"twelve foot" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"twelve foot" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

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