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Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
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"Daylight out but i try to be. I wish it was up trying to be good. Okay with the served on nazi two in the morning but unfortunately it's not the state so that doesn't happen. Yeah yeah that's one thing you can get here to in the morning is don't that's exactly so god bless america right all right jonasson tacos. God bless america. Yeah all right so if everybody's ready to watch this we are one just about one second in we're at the black screen blackness right before the opening credits starts red bird right before we see bird. Yes exactly so now. It's dark dark so let me get ready. And if everybody's ready knicker you ready some right tools. All press play together in three two one. Don't right there. that's what i was talking about. This is our smokes. This is our introduction into the town of twin peaks town in the pacific northwest. And i have to say charter to buy the for the amazing wall. So i love the way the way you save ngelo battle. He's last name either. I mean yes well. I mean he i know he was born and raised in the states of the out. Yeah there's italian heritage was angelo bartolomeu. These love sky. As soon as i heard this. I thought to myself. I have to own the score to this. Because it's so beautiful you know. Because it's kinda soothing and calming that is almost like a darkness underneath the need which is what they were going for. Exact new excellent choice when it came to to let me scoring this for sure and charles will tell you that when we Watch the return. Charles and laurie came to my house to watch the return and which was glorious. It was so much fun and i. I don't think i'd been that excited since like christmas. One thousand nine hundred six. Oh like when. I was still when i was still a child. I was just so excited at all day. Like it's gonna it's happening tonight. And as soon as i heard that that opening note i just started to cry. Like i'm back home. You want a witness to that. She actually saying. I wish i'd been there. Because i heard about the glorious spreads that you had. Oh yes she went all why. 'cause i i'm by myself to the house today. When we we know that zan has been to.
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"Closed. We had run of cosi after curves in that we would take the bus over. Like berliner park or something like that and we would spend the night at one of the gymnasiums. You know the ones that are like a half quonset hut looking. Okay yeah and then come back in the morning and we would have more stuff at cosi when they opened we would go home all right so once everybody was gone and before everybody got there we would spend the night at cosi and it was one of the single greatest memories of my childhood when we does. I think i did. I did three this fourth fifth and sixth grade. I love them. Love them so anyway. So central hike a it was at central high. So crispin glover kane here to the grand theater back when it was owned by our david metro. Where we're getting a lot of columbus trivia tonight. Lotta clubs trivia. Yeah he kane and he did his spoken word thing and he showed one of his movies. he did this a couple of times and afterwards he did a meet and greet sign anything in i i asked him. I said have you been back to columbus since you were here in eighty four and he kind of looked at holy shit and i just said when you grow up with my mom and mcnulty is in your state you know about it because my one of my mom's crispin glover's is nick nolte. My mom doors. Nick nolte okay. And like for the two and a half years that we lived in dayton. That's when nick nolte decides to come into in columbus my mama's like always felt a little bit charade by that like. Did you get your mom to watch the mandalorian because nick nolte voices the character in it on no. I still don't think she would be interested even though nick. Nolte voice okay interesting. That's that i had gotten her to watch. Hadn't oswald impression of what it would have been like nick. Nolte played harrison support of. That sounds funny so yeah if you that's good if you've ever. He does that impression when he is on. Dr katz professional therapist. Okay so if you look up. Dr cads pat hauswald nick nolte. You'll probably find that. It's hilarious the first time. I saw that i was actually. I was at my ex-boyfriends house and we were watching it as it aired. 'cause we were big dr katz fans. I still living. That's what he's up to. So we see this impression. We are dying laughing and then we look at each other and we simultaneously say he says your mom and i said my mom. We both knew that my mom had watched us because it was the best impression of because who does impressions of nick nolte. Nobody nobody nobody does so. Yeah that i said had you been since you were here any ford. He's like no. And i think he almost forgot that movie was done here and i was just like yeah. I was a kid but my mom was like nobody's in columbus and we have to date. What the hell. So i did. Your mom sounds like lorries. Mom about kris kristofferson. Okay okay so i That i did. I did really sound like i kind of knew everything about Crispin glover so. That's fine crispin. Glover whose father by the way is in Danza forever. that's right. We talk about mr win. So someone else in this episode alicia witt note of course many twin peaks fan as gershon hayward who yep sadly win a down a very big spiral in twin peaks. The return she. She's doing so. It's promises a young piano prodigy unit. Yeah she's also of course. elliott treaties and dune and child. She's she's earlier so she's no string theory. The raged for my brother. And i know because i was a fan of the cbs series civil. She was starring several sheppard. She plays zoe on that civil shepherd daughter. She's really good on there and she's been john waters movie. Still be demented. Which is pretty hilarious. And she's been on the walking dead mr holland's opus and a movie that i'm sure zan sprouse has never watched vanilla sky. Never seen that. Yeah good call. That's that's why i was guessing. And of course we get the return of clark heath cook brawley as sean the bellboy. So this story nine hundred thirty six. Apparently there's a flower power blackout hence the title big storm going onto so thunderstorms early. The thunderstorm has knocked out power to the entire city. And we chun the bellboy takes. Danny crispin glover's character to room six. Oh three using a flashlight and it's here where during very casual conversation between the two as their fumbling around in the dark we find out that danny is from oklahoma specifically be eagle big oklahoma that a pork emoji it was. I just noticed that it here on my react options in Skype and so. I just had to all of a sudden this big pork emoji comes. Onscreen is like wait a minute. It's just really cute. He's just making this little. So that's hilarious. I love me some so yeah. Big oklahoma the suburb of tulsa tulsa. Which is a big city. According so the discussions john f. danny if they let blackouts like this and in big ego and danny replies. Well no because we don't really have that many lights to be. And i think they're in twenty one kind of a town china. Yeah yeah and so we go to the room and they open the door and inside is least what's character. Whose named diane. Diane diane danny and diane no relation no relation. But it seems once again. David lynch in the name diane. Lisa's not judy freight. Because we're not. We're not gonna talk about judy. We're gonna leave her out of that now we're going to it. Yeah me keep her out of this. So but interestingly so diane shields. Her eyes from the bright lights of the flashlight. And then once you know shuns in there she still kinda keeps her is covered. So she's right away she's a bit of a fragile soul rate.
Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
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"In neak darn famous. For new in poltergeist. We older sister in portuguese crew was murdered by her boyfriend. She was killed In domestic violence ono in the done family. I will love him forever for doing this because it was the early eighties and her boyfriend murdered her in a jealous rage and got off because he was not in his right. Mind or whatever. Bullshit tiffany sanity. That kind of thing and he was a chef. I don't know what he's doing now. I mean this is still alive. I remembered his name stafford So he got a job at a restaurant and the done stood outside. The restaurant like not in a restaurant property like the straps decide. You know going into the driveway thing that ended up little leaflets. That said we just want you to know that if you eat here the hand prepared your meal. Today killed our daughter coal. Yeah oh denied it. Because they were Excuse me public property. They could do anything about it and people would turn around and walk out into the restaurant. Had they had to say. Do you can't work. we're not gonna. We're not going to stay open if you keep working here. And they did that a few times. I think interesting. Is that not the classiest example of visual anti justice. You've ever heard in your life right is it's very non violent at least so that's good. Yeah it's just very nonviolent. It's very polite very classy thing. They were definitely very well to do in the right circles kind of family. But yeah the the hands the prepare your meal today murdered. Our daughter evade said that written on a piece of paper and people just launch. So yeah. they're yeah. They're very victims rights type of family. He's great well. That's a great great actor there all right so like zan says. I'm sure we're going to get more anecdotes next time. So everybody please like. I said keep jesse jackson your thoughts reach out to I'm appreciate it. And i just did there. You go see how easy it is just like that and so then come back next time. It goes toward episode. Ninety eight getting rid of robert the second episode of hotel room right here ghost with the twin peaks. Podcast good-bye everybody..
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"But i i just don't know if i have the capacity to slog through the shell maybe maybe if there's another us and they become unemployed for another eight months than it's been watching the show on a weekly basis i feel like you everyone binges lettuce fund. That is my. It's been kind of nice watching it as it was originally intended watching these three episodes back. Talk yeah i get that expensory. One of them's like two hours long. Get that yeah ok. Okay nick now. It's your turn to give me a challenge for next week. Marcus okay. i've waited for this day or so long. Okay i've waited for this day for years ono. There has been time and time again. Where i've wanted to give you the challenge but circumstances meant that i could not okay. I had and i needed lexi to remind me that. This is the john because i had forgotten early. What was supposed to match. As i remember that i've talked to all parties involved. We got the go-ahead to do this marcus next week here on twitch. Pm eastern on twitter dot tv slash patriot Suicide tv slash not. Try this we will be doing one of my favorite things in the world. Oh no now. The movie doing moulin rouge. What's oh okay. It's happened man dude. That whole time i was like. Are we doing musical improv. How are we doing musical. Improv is gonna join me music improv. Would he leave me alone to do musically. Am i going to have to be at the magnet theater during musical every product. That's that's what was going through my head the whole time. No okay someday someday but no moulin rouge baby it is time for some nicole. Kidman mcgregor action. I'm good get ready. I'm excited genuinely excited. You should be a good one. I'm excited for you to watch it next year. You guys get out. Go ahead now. This is next. We have like five people in my house. So we'll do it. Oh it's fun it's gonna be fun. I honestly if you do watch it with a bunch of people maybe you watch the second time on your own so you can so can taken take it. You can get at us everywhere at now. Try this cast. Please join the patriots dot com slash nachos cash. You could always join our twitch. Streams twitched ib tb slash now and also was five star reviews on apple podcasts. We love the kind words. Thank you everybody. Thank you guys for joining tonight. That was a wild ride. I hope you appreciate it. Thanks for everybody for sticking around. It's nice to see those numbers. Love you all now. Go out there and tries to things tonight. He having the sock in my hand. Oh a.
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"Need your help do you. What do you think we are calling chat guys if you already know the answer. Don't say but if we have anybody that is like me and hasn't watched all the show in the chat. Please tell me what you know the answer. It might as well all right just i. Yeah i don't have to trust you. I barely trust the at all. So yeah good point so so if you know the answer put it in the chat david bowie. What does david bowie wilson and wait. Give it to having common be. They were all guest stars on twin nice. That was good. look at your hosting. This is between also just a site on across all twin peaks content movies season three and original murga. David david lynch Are not going to save a boy named dober- he seems nice. Okay it looks like more people said i'm going to say yes. I'm going to agree with some of these absolute chat and say yes. All these people appeared on the show. All the people i hear. I'm going to put this in the chat using yeah was wrong. Yeah nick incorrect. That is wrong. I'm sorry but he doing them all up. There is a bunch that was already know. The address will smith did not appear and we'll yankovic did not appear but david bowie is an important role in twin peaks. He shows up five seconds in the movie and then is a very important player in season three. It wasn't dead when he was dead in season. Three good catch exactly characters important and it's weird. He's like the remixed dialogue that they captured when he was filming for a movie. And it's strange. He is referenced in twin peaks the series and they don't see him the movie and he is it boy bucket great. It's weird me. The next game. Next one years after the murder of laura palmer james fines job doing security with a young boy from ireland. Who wears a glove that gives him super strength. But only in that hand what did you say years after the murder of laura palmer james remember james the motorcycle boy whose pouty all the time i fucking hate james so much he sucks. You sucks. bobby. Sucks there by the show suck so much. I don't bobby grows on me. he grow. I don't want that storyline dumps storyline. Care i don't care the catholic and play the drug dealer who gives a shit. A drug dealer was his name. Leo is the son of the casting person. They're just like you look scary you through cheeks. He goes scary. Doesn't do a bad job. I just don't give a shit about that story time. okay. I'll read it again. Are you ready. Yeah years after the murder of laura palmer james finds a job doing security with young boy from ireland who wears a glove that gives him super strength in that hand. Are you telling me this time skips in this show or is this season three lower way. Lewis debt why after her death. Wait so hold on so so so where. I'm at laura's dead. You're telling me and she comes back and they wise times she's dead. You said she goes gets the job. No i said years after the murder or par. James finds a not learn. Laura okay i was figuring doing a job shames fries job security. That's are there superpower in are there are you super. I don't know i feel like shit. I feel like this is true. Only because i feel like david lynch needed like one reason to have supervised let me just introduce his character. Maybe he's going to be important but we got. We can break through the wall during this crucial moment. So i say it's true you think it's true. Yes we just a superman. I wanted to be super clear that this show is fucked me up. I thought every single one of these venture filer. Nick it is true. What a dumb dumb show okay. He has super strength only in the one hand and gets into a bar. Fight any punches. A guys like jaw off. Its wild. no you gotta finish this. Show lexi in the chest thanks. She's not going to finish this show. Lice it was. It was the one arm it was the one is the one hand played that season three. You don't have to watch these if you don't want to. It does tie sense. Why would we not a some people. Don't some people don't count it as part of the main series. They're like twin. Peaks was one or two. You have like people who are just firm believers season three is not part of the canon. It doesn't exist is is season three good it is it is it is something it is part of the show. I don't know i would. I would say so far. Where am i. i'm almost done with it. Don't you don't need to watch it unless you really wanna know what goes on into beats as you want the secrets. Why wouldn't you secrets. Says the show setup all these buchan mystery boxes. What do you want them to be finished. Whatever maybe in this person and j.j. abrams can go fucking suck himself off. Now i like it. Okay i just like seeing all the hate the most. Why do you like the show. What are the things you hate the most about j.j. abrams all fucking miss. You box leaves. No i love box. Is i always talk about missing about how much they loved them. It's what i remember. You always remember the context. I kicked. I love mystery boxes. I think it's a great device. If if used correctly lost now. Because i like lost just because i like busy boxes doesn't mean i like everything that has a missing box it nick okay. What's the next bush. Ladies log slowly gets larger and larger with each appearance eventually becoming sentient and revealing laura's palmer who laura palmer's killer is to coop i want that's marquez crazy yet it's so fucking crazy but i guess shrew on every single one of these so fought. Have you really. That was not true. Yeah the number false. No i did not. I true for every single loudly lady. figure loggins figure is pretty good. It sounds right. It sounds right. I'm gonna say it sounds to write some exactly. What yeah no apply. Oh you know what. I should probably say because the last time i said that was same words. It was about the fish tank thing. And you're like no. I made that up. It's false it's false. We made this false to perfect. Yes to your david lynch this game from you. Wow what a weird roundabout way of complementing me but you are right. It is false. I like that. Thank you okay. After traveling to do more traveling to an alternate reality coop falls in love with an alternate version of audrey horne who is aged up with makeup. So you know it's not creepy as she's in high school was audrey the daughter daughter of the yes but she's wearing makeup so she's underage yet. That's.
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"Guy up. Good you know. Okay just because you've talked about it. I wanna bring up the fact of the cast in the show. So what's what's the name. Kyle mclachlan mclaughlin. I love him. Come mclaughlin he. He is a. He's one of those actors. I loved for a long time. He was in. He was in but he was in sex in the city. That was my first introduction to him. He had a long arc where he more the home. Just just take that in. Just take all of central city multiple time. The only reason you haven't gone. Because i don't want you to quit the podcast fair enough fair enough fair only someday but reason you have a guy but i do know my experience to this man is him being like a conservative that married the one conservative person group like she's lying but up in like she didn't want to have sex with him before they got married and then they got married and then he had erectile dysfunction. She had no idea. And i'll and i'll never forget at one point she catches him masturbating to porno mag. Because it's early two. Thousands was internet. Yeah and she was upset about but he's like a baby. I got masturbate. She's like okay compromise and she glued her face in the magazine to all the ladies in the and so all so my permanent first image in my head of this guy is masturbating in the week ending up to this magazine with his wife's picture on all no. I just wanted to laurie. That's pretty funny. But in spite of that he's still a wonderful actor. I like him lot. He's a great really endearing agents a she'll just browse wives. Yeah i will say. And here's david lynch. Does that thing where i feel. Some directors some writers will cast themselves in stuff not themselves. They'll cast in avatar of themself in something you know like if someone like someone might cast themselves as out of tom cruises. Be basically whatever you know and david lynch definitely does that with mclaughlin but david lynch talking to diane you straight up says it in interviews but in talking to diane he has like a little tape recorder that he would record director oriel notes on and he had kagaku. Gosselin do the same thing for fbi. Information i will say this. As i was watching the show with lexi repeatedly i said every time agent cooper came on i said if he was in the whole show i would be having a good time because in spite of all the stupid things that i'm like is this good is the smart. Is this dumb is this random is disappointing and i'm just getting frustrated. His charisma is awesome. He him being weird and cookie and this is the best. Copy you love. Sounds it cooper results are. So we're cooper is so great. Yeah but honestly the fact that he's in the show honestly so little compared to i feel like what he should be Changes but like in these three episodes. He's like there. But there's so much. Time on laura's best friend and bobby and the other in dewey that he's running around with being he's a big player but i would say that he does. There are a lot of other stories going on at the same time. But i wish it wasn't the case or was from his point of view. Here's my view of your viewing of twin peaks peaks ago. I think i think you get it but you haven't been in it long enough. You know like once you you get it like. Is it supposed to be funny is it. Is it smart you at that point. And that's where. I wanted you in the first three episodes. They're right remember. you're there. They're i'm still there. Like i moved died past that and then i might have come back double times. Like it's just one of those shows where you're watching and you're confused and you don't know what the fuck scoring on waikiki. And all the character attorneys. You want to see what happens and then at the end eventually. It doesn't matter anymore eventually. You're like i'm on this ride. And i want to see it through. Maybe you'll say. I will say that this right has been so topsy-turvy prefer just the episode's in the first episode. I remember commenting on the sheriff and things like. Oh he's like acting different than everyone else. And it's like weird. Why is he acting kinda weird. Whatever i maybe. It's just not a good actor. I dunno whatever and then at in the middle of the third episode i turned. Oh i only like the sheriff now. Because he's the only one acting sincerely house is in this weird world weird you aware they are rewarded for saying things strangely and like most of the time it does it makes you not like them actively. Yeah but the sheriff like it's such like a normal person. He's so by the third episode. I was like our he got it. Would you say he's so endearing there's just so many characters that are just like likable. I love andy. The guy who's crying every time he a dead body i was. I was gonna tell you. A fucking andy bonnie. I do love them. They're fucking yes. They're great you know. And they have was and bondi with engine. Cooper the share like solving this crime in the city. Yeah it'd be fucking great. Show yeah no we also your earlier point though is is very true the the murder definitely takes a back seat sometimes to the characters all the time i guess the third episode of nothing to do with the murder except the one scene but you know what sometimes that's how life is you know that's not good so that's not sometimes we'll get murder. It's more realistic. Sometimes you get murder your talent and you forget about worrying about it you like whatever i'm gonna keep living my life that's like me telling you to go play a game and then you don't get the jump until the.
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"Kubrick cubic. I like people that poor themselves into their work in a way that makes them like crazy and drives her mad. And i like seeing that portrayed on film and that is not a thing that's always available because people everything so procedural same people are just trying to make money so they'd late moose jeff are and they don't always lose themselves in it industry way and i think that's the fun part of television and movies that you get to connect with artists in a in a different way. You don't always get to and so think there's a part of that that's in this film and i mean i listen to a lot of video. I watched interviews that trying to figure out more about david landon. How his mind works. And honestly like i said. I do think he's a little crazy. There's a character in the show called. Bob and i don't you've you've seen he's the guy that was like standing behind the bed. Frame like peeking through bed frame division of him. We've only see yes. Yes we've only even envisions so bob. Here's a little behind the scenes story. Of how bob became a part of twin peaks. He was gonna make me hate this more. Maybe but i love it because it's so weird and only a crazy person debate the show and i love it so he was the set dresser for twin peaks and they started filming and he was fixing something behind the bed or behind the dresser. Whatever and he got caught on camera and david lynch wet. I like the way that looks. He ended up in the mirror. Whatever accident and he liked the way that looked so then he integrated into the everything about why and he was like. I like a creepy. And it's just there's so many actors they put on this show 'cause he was like him or he thought it'd be funny. If like this actor that he liked when he was a kid was on the show. Shit like that so i think you just described exactly why he the show great perfect. Thank you so so. I think that i like that kind of as well right. I like going to see a black I'll go see a blackbox theater. Show where like the main character is gluttony and the other character spits in his face because he's capitalism bright. I'll see that whatever shirt by like artsy ship. What okay. But i'm not gonna fucking sit here and like devote tons of time so like so just about miracle magical realism right like i think a show procedural a murder mystery that includes other substance weird and random. It hasn't been done before. I'm so here for i'm so here for but i can tell there wasn't a plan and i didn't want to say that because i didn't want to be insulting but you just described to me that there wasn't a plan i can tell you one hundred percent. There was no plan. They were so much they're writing the show and they were like who killed. Laura palmer i hate. That's why force awakens sucks right. That's why you can tell when you're watching awake as there's no stake part because it's a copy of movie and there's nothing in it. I do think that there passion in this central's and they're changing it just to change it. They're making a weird just to make it weird. I don't think it's just making. I generally don't think david lynch is capable of making a normal movie like one hundred percent i would. I would bet a million dollars and he is incapable of making a normal movie. Pr romeo in chat. Just said twin peaks is the show for devising theatre. People one hundred percent hundred makes sense. That is definitely not better than the prequel is the. Yeah yeah. I've turn the fucking new movies to avoid one hundred watts a prequel. It's like a couple weeks ago and med. They're bad but they're like but something's happening happening. Exactly the story dressing loris being added but just a said magic realism. I was like you're right. There is some kind of magical realism. show poll. Why don't i like it. And i was trying to think of an example of something else that i liked that did have magic realism. And i remember the twenty fourteen oscar movie birdman. That's a great example of a of a movie or show that takes something and there is magical realism in feted in it where. You're not sure if he's going crazy if he really is talking alter ego like this like do. You don't know what's going on tang. It's magical realism. I do magic realism. And then they made me remember it. The reason i think this is it just like it doesn't feel like sometimes sometimes it feels like there's so much going on that has to be the has to be a plan that has to be avail- that's gonna be lifted that i'm gonna learn something and then more time goes on and then more time goes on and i've an and it's not only me that has forgotten about. The show is forgotten about this thing. So like for example you have only watched three episodes just for everybody at third of the first season. That's a third of the pursue watch only three episodes as less than a third of the first season. No that is zero eight fda more. I've watched i've watched more in the first episode twice as long ago. Okay but you don't find it charming or fine or enduring. What do you think about. Cou you cou. Don't tell me you hate coop cooper. yeah. I'll get them minutes like the so just for an example of why a wear my head space was where i was watching this for the first episode as you're talking to them about the dead girl behind her. This is so dumb. This is why this show so behind. Her are two articles of food and one of them is a box of captain. Crunch that has been renamed crunchies and one of them is a box a box of quaker oats with the guy. The normal guy on it. But it's but there's a label over this serial. So i'm over here thinking okay. So the show is obviously about a serial killer and david lynch like putting in my face and like and there's like extra things happening but like more and then like the fact that the the cops are always eating doughnuts not to comical degree on much not to a comical degree. It's no it's past that it's like trying to say something is like what's happening in my head. Oh is this a commentary but then it just keeps happening. So much mike. Is this a joke am i. Joke is this episode. I'm being driven crazy by these details. That at one part seems so important and so smart but yeah part seems so random and supposed to laugh. Am i supposed to be angry. And i supposed to figure it out. Yeah you're describing twin piece get you understand peace. You are the podcast. Good job dick. Congratulations you're describing took peaks. That's how it feels to watch it and it's one hundred percent it's not for everybody it is. It may not even be good in the conventional sense of like being good. I don't i cannot fucking tell you why so. Many people watch this. I watched the show. And i'm like i don't understand why it's why it was popular. It should not have been popular by all accounts of what people like based on every fucking study every every algorithm. This should not have succeeded. The way it did you told me was popular in. I was flabbergasted. I would have sworn it was one of those. Tv shows that barely stayed on like firefly or something like that. It only got a call following later for you to tell me that it was popular. Wild was airing is baffling to me. But it makes sense in the nineties. The nineties was the era of irony and in the people weren't getting good content so anything they were craving anything different. So i get it but yeah i i also don't get it also. Tv at the time wasn't what it is now right like. I mean it wasn't even until breaking bad that like basic cable. Tv shows.
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"I'm so sorry. There's if you people who love rick and morty okay and can truly understand rick and morty those are the only people that can understand david lynch okay let me. Let me tell you my experience with david lynch house get. That was good but that was. That's it. i have never watched the david lynch thing in my life. I've never watched Dune racer head mal. Dr none of these sets. I'm very excited. After watching i watched dune. I n i got into twin peaks. Adam i watched one of the. And then i watch the other one and i love them and i'm excited to continue diving into david. Lynch's mammography if you've ever give me Quit this podcast. So so marcus. My experience with this show is. I have heard about it as being the best tv. Show ever i. M has a reputation beyond itself. It is a part of the zeitgeist that is it only ever heard of it. I know that what's his face from. Desperate housewives is in it for housewives. I hate you so much. It was on the show for way more seizes the fucking twin peaks but was war to maybe how many people watched. Who do you think. Watch more who do you think has a high of yukon desperate housewives. Tell me that twin peaks absolutely those were also based on visit. Okay i'll fucking look it up. I'll stop looking go. We gotta get into the episode. It's not going to get into so my experiments. Oh god almost okay. This show hold on. I'm going to tell you why. I like the show i told you about the show. I didn't tell you why okay. And i want to. I want to ask you why you liked it. After i told you my experience of it do okay can't well. I'm skipping ahead. Because i'm gonna. We're fighting. Oh okay go ahead. I like the show. Nick because it took me nine times. That's like that's like. That's like bellevue. The lady i finally love the beast. Because i've been stuck in. This castle is the reason that love to a peace baby know made it through an i found myself laughing so much at random moments that i'm not sure if i was supposed to laugh at or appreciate there is so many good moments there's so many memorable lines all of the characters are just like so much fun. I love it. Are we gotta dollar note. But don't wanna way too fast. I'm sorry thank you mr hall. Thank you mr hall for your donation. Twenty minutes episode in our getting to sorry about. Hey if you came here for twin peaks tug you came to the right place because that is what we're supposed to be doing. Okay nick start assault episode one so that was all i knew about the show. All i knew was that it's fucking weird and here's the thing. I like weird things you know i do like and then every time you say like weird things and then every time it's like it's like has to be situational which i understand. That's different than like weird things. I think liking weird things. I think you're in case encapsulating dumpings with weird things because why like rubber. Where does this fall. I like rubber rubbers weird bumpers dumb dumb things like where things. Maybe that's what it is. What was pg what was psycho gorman. Is that weird or is that up. It's a dumb weird thing See that's too much for me. So okay so i i also let you know that. I watched the show with my girlfriend and she was not happy about thought she meant the queen. Queen loves twin peaks. Say that she. That's why she was open to it. I that's all my good clout. I got it. I got so show starts with the fucking got there. I don't even know where to start so the show starts with fucking emotional. Oh my gosh to like a four gone heart of america. That's weird fucking music and like birds and sawmills and i'm like can i be honest. Yeah let me subas. The i had twenty minutes of the show. I liked it. I was what's happening. Why is this weirdo. Mosh too old america. You get what it is. This country that this country bumpkin that's going fishing. That's the first line of the show as a first line that anyone so's michelle gone fishing to say he's about to go fishing and then he says has he's like looking out at the water he's like the long horn foghorn blows and i'm like okay president body wrapped up in the cops come and beginning last. Think i think the premise of show of middle america. I mean thinks place in washington but it's kind of like middle america right the intention. The intention was middle america. Small town murder. I don't know why. But i don't know why they didn't put it in middle america washington middle america anyway. Well actually have the answer for that. It was because the studio david lynch wanted to be in a small town and it was supposed to be like the town's popular be about a thousand or something like that like he wanted a very very small town where you can. What exactly so so the so. The studio was like no. That's too small you need to make it bigger. And he was like why that stupid. They're like no one wants to watch a show about a small town. He was like yes they do. And then so. They were arguing. They they won in the end and so they made the population of the town. Fifty one thousand. So i kind of that scene there as spite because you obviously see that there's not that many people in the dow. Yeah the reason. I wrote down. The population is fifty. One thousand two hundred and one is when that shot shot up on the screen like see made a great joke and she's like fifty one thousand two hundred now. We have in the chat. What mr hall said was that we're twenty minutes in still. Have that weight music before. The podcast starts stuck in his head because it's so catch. It is super catchy. Thank you mr hall. Our mr hall for that one comment. Marcus curated the music. Good job on you you. It was honestly to catchy not to make the start so so this show starts with all this good faith right about what you're going to get you're gonna get this murder. Mystery weird quirky people in this small town and the show starts off that way right up that way you meet all these people you're meeting all these connections this person's married to this person. This person this person this person does this person. You're like okay. okay okay. But somewhere along the way in the first episode and then definitely in the second and then fucking so much so in the third this show all under the weight of itself because it is. He doesn't wanna to say anything about anything. So a.
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"twin peaks" Discussed on Now Try This
"Now. Once have i use that wishlist mostly. Because i'm the stubborn fool. Who says i don't need a fucker wish-lists tell me what the fuck it by for christmas or birthdays and then you know simpson alison's are you gonna do. But whatever i like to live my life dangerously. What are we. What are we doing this week. Oh god nick this week. We challenge us to watch twin peaks markets. Why in the world out of all the things you could give me as you noted just realized by. I don't know what i'm challenging you at the end of this episode. Oh i should know they'll figure out. Now we're talking about twin peaks out later is what why why in the world out of all the things to choose which you choose twin peaks. I picture in peace because this is a show that has haunted me for a long time and not in a fun way but in the way that everyone who watches it and also knows me is like marcus. You will love the show. This is one hundred percent george. Jim this is something that you would want to watch over and over again. It's something you love forever and so i. On numerous occasions have tried to watch twin peaks. I watched the first episode nine times. Total now once extra because of the podcast but it took me eight times of watching it to finally get through the first episode and be interested in watching the rest of and it took a global pandemic and everyone stay indoors for me to try to find a show. So we've been having weekly twin peaks nights in our home and every week. We watch one episode of twin peaks with in our in our podcast in our podcast bubble in our quarantine bubble timbo. And it's been it's been fun. It's been a huge part of getting us through corentin. It's been something to look forward to in then you're finished crazy times and we're not. We are almost done because they released season. Three which takes place years later and so we are making our way through. Vat we're almost done but we watched the movie. We've watched like videos that much less stuff. There's a movie called fire okay before. So there's we have okay so we have so much talk about it but can you do me and our listeners. A huge paper and go through the etymology of the show. Because you just. That's something that i didn't even know i didn't know there was a movie so i obviously okay. Oh very little. So there's a lot to talk about this movie. I mean about this. Tv show it all started in nineteen so basically. The show started now okay. This is a random facts and they have in the background but the show is a a take on a procedural cop drama. From the minds of david lynch and mark frost mark. Frost is known for writing. Procedural cop shows and teamed up with david lynch. Who at the time had made dune the movie which i also love. Oh and elephant man. I believe he may buy them. He one with Share maybe let's see. Let's look it up quickly. Ninety nine hundred. That's a weird one. Not the not the fun. One of the nineteen eighty alpha. Man without anthony hopkins on thinking of the nineteen eighty-five mask. Who suffers from elephants syndrome. With great movie plays a great scene where the was a blind girl and she's like to me the color orange and he's like Sorry go so. He directed in nineteen eighty elephants. He directed dune disenfranchised with hollywood. Already and so wbz's fucking suck it up one hundred percent and he teamed up with mark frost to make a tv show in a lot of times. People will say twin peaks evenly david lynch mark. Frost was a huge reason. That twin peaks made any kind of sense at all and that it got the success that it did because it had the mystery had its basis in something that was familiar in order for david lynch two. Then take it off the rails tell together oh words. Mark frost was right around six billion dollar man. Hillstreet blues equalizer. Okay okay okay. Okay okay this show. It's a weird combination. I looked into it and it was. The story of the meeting was more interesting. But it's really just like oh a date. Their agents do each other and had beating. That was really interesting but they were fast friends and they hit it off even though they were even though they were pretty different. People david lynch was in artist in originally and he went to art school and try to study art and then he got into films because he was like i are isn't enough. It's not it doesn't tell enough of a story so you why he was like what i would argue. David lynch you ever watch. I don't know if i watched any david. Besides the sorry. go on go on. Yeah he was just like art. Needs to move. And i wanna see it move and i want to be the man that makes you move so he went on to make movies at a very short version of what happened to mention Eraserhead that's a razor blade. also yes that's critically. That was probably how he that was his ticket from there right. You brought me racer it. More elephant man because elephant won awards and stuff racing was eraserhead was viewed as a weird movie. And it didn't it was as well received l. Yeah of course yeah no racer head now is that the fucking classic loves it. But it wasn't the time god not at the time. Okay and then. They made a movie. Sorry what and then. They made a movie of taung. Twin peaks yes. The twin peaks show comes out. It's a hit. It is popular as fuck. Everyone loves it. It's wildly yes. It's so much so there have been like crazy stories. I told you last episode but apparently the queen apologize to paul mccartney for having to leave his concert early because she wanted to catch. Twin peaks seems made up. Please go out. Who knows it's wild. It has incredible. Success is managed to get a bunch of like celebrity cameos and stuff like that on it. Because it's just it was just that popular in actually a controversial opinion of bhai. Is i think that its popularity. Might have ruined the show a bit as you're washing it you can tell that it like effective show. Yeah because what happened is david lynch had his vision for the show what he wanted to do and then he was facing pressure of cans constant cancellation so he had to kind of like make up cliffhangers that he then was going to resolve later on and then less two seasons. Yeah but those are but it still. It's not getting cancelled. It was a week by week thing. It's shows out differently back then. So you're working on it the whole it's not like you finish the season and then release it week by week. You're still working on a as erin. They don't do that now that they still do that. I guess yeah. I guess shows do that. But it's less rare right now like you just have a whole. The whole season can come out. Wait is so popular whether it only lasts two seasons because the popularity dropped off slowly as the show went on because people wanted to know who the killer was immediately so people were like desperate to find who the killer was to make force. David lynch to say who the killer was in all this stuff and so eventually he was like forced by the company by fans to reveal the killer way earlier than he liked planned on revealing killer so then he was left with like a whole 'nother season like you reveal the early or that he expected left of the bunch of episodes that he had to write shit four. I think he ended up leaving the show in the middle of it has a complex history. At sylvia's one of the best tv shows of all time one hundred percent and years later he got the chance. Thanks to show time to be able to continue the show and make new episodes Okay so right. Glad you clear that up. I want for questions but you. Oh boy that would. That made it super clear now. I know what my god you're lynch. You're not gonna know what you're dealing with. You did a great job. He and he's he's got a big brain okay..
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"Hello and welcome to now. Try this the podcasts. Were nick dresses. Up while i can't see him on camera cooper nice. Oh god i love it. Look at what is the show. This is a show where two best friends get together every week to give each other something that they love something that they cherish and the other one tries it and then be gathered together on this podcast on this twitch stream to talk about that thing yes that's right and this week i decided to dress up like a tax accountant and give you guys financial advice get ready pulau your pocketbooks because we're about to do some accounting hell yeah now that's markets. Why am i just up like this just like that because this week. We did twin peaks twin peaks baby. Before we get into that for against that. You gotta you gotta do your thing you gotta you gotta shoot your shot. You got to spread your ass cheeks wide and let that clout out baby. Well if i'm being honest. I do it every week you should. You don't want a chance. I mean. I'm always in and saying i have. I'm always letting the audience know that. Now try this. Cast is where they can get at us. Instagram baseball can ever else. They can get up. You've i'm always telling people delete apple itunes and will read them. Live here on the podcasts. I'm always telling people about the wonderful community where curated patriot dot com slash notre. This month i do the week. Maybe do you other chance to you. Know what i think. I think i'll do it later. I understood of david lynch. I will just randomly drop now. Try this cast into things maybe serious omens maybe prophecies from a woman a one armed man who knows what else could come from anywhere. Who is the one aren't man. I'm confused. I thought about this. I don't this. Twin peaks is okay. Before we get to you get to that guy's last week we did one night in miami A conversation. It was wonderful every thursday at eight pm eastern standard time on twitch dot tv slash. Now try this. Cast is when we hold these conversations. Join us let us know what you think. Last week's when i in miami was a great up so please go check it out. This week is twin peaks. I am dressed up. But it is marcus's episode. I just wanted to make my girlfriend go to goodwill by me a blazer see how much she loves me quite a bit obviously. It's i'm glad it worked out for you. I feel like manhattan has a better blazers. It could've blown up in my face. Yeah not the blazer asked my girlfriend go by via blazer that's what could and it did not. We're here to send you a speak of it. I'm not crying. I'm not saying. I mean high spirits. A it's exactly good blazer guys if you're listening at home join. the twitch stream created. twitter account is free. Join us follow us and for now you can see his beautiful beautiful it as we become big pie. Guess boys there will be a paywall. Prepare yourself while there will be twenty. 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You've taken it too far because that's some people's real jobs you won't do make what we're doing how much i wanna know before we get into the twin peaks. How much would it take for you to do. The podcast naked what platformer which streaming it out because it can't be twitch it's not like what someone someone shows up into our slide into our demands on patriot and he's like i will is. How is a phrase like what's the alone. I need to see her. The here the any error. Close your eyes and picture okay. My dearest young. I would love to procure a private stream from both of you. My what request is that. You be naked. Money is no option. But if you say to high price i will disappear no option. You mean out be opposite option. Money is no object objects. Money is nothing money means. nothing money means so. Hey if i got that message. Yeah sure way how how much i've asked question was how much you have a price but if you go to high. He's going to go away. Just like a month's wrench month's rent that's less than a thousand thousand. Yeah ok guys. Four thousand dollars. Each tucci do a private stream where we are naked and we stream whatever we talk about whatever. It is that you us to try. We'll add it to the patriots. Sorry i'm writing in my own chat. Saying nick wirth graham by now. That was a wow bag. I said besides nick says your worth a grand. That's nice bad guys and b.'s. Fats market this week. Oh man i've been trying to We tried something new together. We had a bonus stream where we tried pokemon radical red guys. We tried to block radical. Read and find out how we did. You can check out the livestream on twitch for a little while but do not worry. We'll we'll be adding it to our youtube channel. Youtube dot com. We don't have the euro yet. It just just going to do concerts. Notre this gas you'll buy go-to just actually dot com. Go go go to our socials. And you can find linked to everything marcus. This conversation has me questioning one more thing though because we don't have a naturally this dot dot com an amazon wishlist. A are you thinking about like all the onlyfans girls who amazon have a wish list. What would be on your wishlist beside you game. Obviously we want like oh that was easy was viewed video games. Things on my. I have anybody who knows me. Well now that i have a running wishlist that i had to all year long instead of anchors of the i know that actually uses that monks whenever i want to go impulse buy something. I don't do it. I try to save my money. And i just added to this wishlist and it gives me not as satisfying feeling as buying it. I will admit that but it does scratch in each and because someone out there might five four. And then i wait and i wait and when christmas time comes or my birthday comes and people are like oh i wanna get you something i'm like here's this long list with a million different things on it. 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"Period pieces and not for being modern and you know a deputy or the sheriff station so i think i think i value the different perspectives on that note. Gabriel norte had had one of those perspectives for the book and correct me. If i'm wrong but hasn't michael horace come out and defended. His character is while yes he has. He's he's really grateful because you know he said. I mean to at the time when peace came out you know. Native people were not getting any roles unless they were sort of the background period piece and And so he was. He was grateful at the time for that role. And and getting to play somebody who was modern and had a sense of humor and was quirky and You know has some of the best lines in the in the series to So he's he's been defiant. He's defended that character in that role. He he really does have some of the best lines I immediately thought like what comes to mind. Immediately is When he throws the knife in. I think it's the beginning of season two at one eyed jacks and saves harry and cooper's but is there rescuing audrey and he's like good thing you guys can't keep a secret and the donut disturb sign in season three. Yeah he's fantastic. We had the honor of meeting him. Michael horse when we went festival disruption and he was lovely and gracious and kind and then actually commented now that he's old enough that he's playing the like now he's playing the lake quote unquote indigenous guy. Who knows everything you know and helps the white lead character. But he's like. I'm i'm older now and i'm know that's where i mad at this age but His his scenes with margaret season. Three where some of my favorite scenes of the entire series. So i just thought those are beautiful and lovely to see a women of all ages included in the series as well like norma like the log lady etcetera rest in peace. Both we've lost so many wonderful people from twin peaks. It's so sad okay. So courtney we normally like to do kind of a lightning round with our gusts and since you're a twin peaks fan. This one's going to be extra fun. No pressure at all that out there. Just say whatever pops into your head but we're gonna get a little twin peaks nerdy. Are you ready. I'm ready are. This is an easy on. Who is your maybe. it's an easy on. Who's your favorite twin peaks character. Laura palmer okay so to piggyback on that if you could play any character in the world of twin peaks the show or the movie aside from laura who would that be catherine martell. Nice interesting answer. Yeah okay next question. Laura flynn boyle or mora kelly. This is a tough one. I'm gonna go with. Laura flynn boyle okay ari. I mean. She had way more screen time so it is kind of hard to make a decision. I would say. Lara flynn boyle up until a certain point and then her character just goes like bananas. Yeah that whole storyline with like her in james..
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"Naked after escaping from her kidnappers. But i think this made such an impact on lynch and he was just so young when this happened and it was in those formative years and he was too young to help this woman but it just it really stuck with him and i think this is why you see vat theme in so many of his films and in twin peaks of women who have been mistreated or who are victims of abuse. So is wanted to know. What are your thoughts on. How lynch portrays women in his work particularly women who are victims of violence or abuse. Yes this is a question that's been going on for a long time and lynch's career and i think you're absolutely right about that. What happened to him when he was young. Memory where this beautiful woman has been as naked and injured and he as a young boy. He can't do anything he feels. And i think he's been exploring that in his his work sense He's been accused of misogyny and exploitation of women through violence but i disagree with added. Think he's he's shining a light on the real violence that happens. He's doing it in artful way and he's often humanizes the victim you know laura palmer's humanized. He wanted to go back and tell her story and fire walk with me. He asked his daughter jennifer lynch to tell her story and as a young woman as a young girl and in the super diary so so yeah. I think there's there's something there i mean. Of course his films are the male gaze not from a woman's perspective but there you know he he's he's tapping in something that means something to us you know. It's it's her Palmer stories very meaningful to me. It's it's horrific to look at the violence happens to women but it's really necessary because it's it's a real thing that happens and we don't talk about it and we don't confront and that's one of the things i admire. That lynch does and I know people have have you know can said that he's misogynistic or but i disagree. I yeah i disagree to. I don't think he hates women. I think he he loves women i think he has the utmost respect for women and he does bring up a conversation. That's difficult to have but you know there. I'm seeing more and more people posting on social media now just after that woman in london was found murdered. Not only by a man you know. She's walking alone at night but it was a cop. You know someone who is supposed to protect us from people like that so this is very much an important issue that needs to be discussed and it's something that happens every day to women and he portrays it in such a way where the women in work they are. You know they they're multidimensional. They have depth their complex characters. Not just sexualize. They're not just abused I think he does it in a way that i personally when i watch it. I don't feel disrespected or like he's trying to You know make some negative commentary on women like blame the woman other. I don't see any victim blaming in his work..
Why Theres A Cross on San Franciscos Highest Peak
"Mount davidson crossed. We sent bay curious producer susie rancho to find out just west of twin peaks above a quiet residential neighborhood is mount davidson park. It's not well known or well marked but once you start. Walking one of the parks trails. You're surrounded by eucalyptus trees and you start to forget that you're in the middle of a major city coming up trail breath mason amazing view when you get to the top. You see two things of you that stretches all the way to the east bay and one very big cross. The cross is an imposing sight. It stands at one hundred three feet tall and ten feet wide at the base made of concrete it stands in stark contrast to blue sky and the eucalyptus grove that surrounds it to learn more about how it got here. I went to mount davidson historian. I- jackie proctor. Jackie says the crosses origin story goes back almost a hundred years to nineteen twenty-three two time when the area was a forest a guy named james decatur who is a employee of the western union telegraph company and with the ymca hikes through that forest and comes to the top and he sees this incredible view of downtown and he is just overwhelmed. Inspire knee writes this long essay about the experience. Peace and quiet were so profound that it seemed almost unbelievable that the noise and roar of a great city was only a few minutes behind them the solitude of the forest conveyed a sense of fastness quite as real as one would experience among the age. Old monarchs of the high sierras
Stuff You Missed in History Class
The Hope and History of the Esperanto Language
"I really did not know all that much about esperanto. When i got into this aside from the fact that it's a language that was intentionally created to be easy to learn. Somehow i associated with a nine hundred and sixty s and although that was one of its peak in popularity but it's also a way older language than that. The other big thing that i associated with esperanto was the scene in twin peaks. Where gordon cole goes to talk to shelley at the double our diner and says he's going to engage in some counter esperanto and that was just my whole my whole knowledge of esperanto and that right there mine was largely from anna maniacs. Yeah because that's how it's it's usually referenced as like a casual side mention in pop culture. Yeah yeah so. We're having. I mean we're we're talking about this fun context in this moment but parts of this episode are really really tragic because we're talking about a language that was developed by a jewish man. Living in the russian empire in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and the speakers of that language were persecuted and even killed under fascist and totalitarian regimes into and after world war two but at the same time this is also a profoundly hopeful and idealistic story. Because it's one that's about trying to bring the whole world together. Through a shared second language
"twin peaks" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"Through the travel. He will come. I know you guys. You thought that was the only episode. I tricked you guys. Man behind the machine left the message. I thought oh what the heck. Let's let's get in behind the machine in here. He's left so many messages. So many great messages I try i try to get. I try to get him on here. A couple of times. You know if. I if i can each episode yeah. Ghostbusters is great. Man behind the machine. Ghostbusters phenomenal movie and I remember way back in a day when the real ghostbusters cartoon came on. I was so excited to see them animated. I remember you know this is this is what's what's interesting around that time it's funny. I think this is one of the early times that i started noticing. Well i know exactly how to explain the kind of behavior here. But you'll see what i'm talking about the minute where shortly after ghostbusters came out the movie i remember. There is some special that was on. Tv they'd have these specials whenever there is going to be new cartoons coming up for that season did have a special tv special where they talk about. These new cartoons. They show little bits and pieces of them in there and they said ghostbusters. And i i remember seeing a piece of it going. Wait a second. That's not ghostbusters. You're calling it ghostbusters. But this the movie. I can't believe you're calling yourself ghostbusters. And then you know what happened shortly after that. you know. it's so weird. I remember complaining about the two people. Go why why ghostbusters. Crazy has nothing to do with ghostbusters. Complaining about it and shortly after all of a sudden the cartoon the real ghostbusters came out and the real ghostbusters. More closely resembled The movie but the interesting thing was the they didn't didn't really didn't really try to Replicate the voices. I don't think. I don't think they really tried. Nor did they really try to make them look a lot like them. It was kind of slate slightly parodies. I guess if you wanna call it. That.
"twin peaks" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"You know the reward comes from meeting the people the true reward it's interesting it's like the true reward you the true reward is is the connections that you make like connections not i mean just i'm talking general connections just connections you can use. You can apply it to anything absolutely anything. Cosmic anything seen unseen connections friends. Future collaborators people who love the same stuff you do we all love talking about stuff that we know information about with people who want to be educated by that nothing worse than than trying to educate unattentive audience. You know you want if people are there to receive it you talk to them there you go if we imagine if we use that aspect through life through every decision making process is the door open. Do i want to get behind that door. i'll ask. I will knock. And then i'll go to where you know instead of worrying about. Will i get that door. Just make your own establishment. Make your own doors doors man. Make your own club make your own. You know utopian society. Everybody wants there's utopian society everybody wants their solid to. They want their place where they feel safe for their in their element. And why not you know why. Not what is the harm in. That would so the idea is allowing a substitute feel satisfaction to to enjoy the company of those that were hanging out with. Some people really really appreciate arguing. They really really love it. They thrive on it. But ultimately i don't think they do it's exhaustive of arguers have mental issues because they got headaches there Arguers are looking for reasons to. I mean it's a very ego driven very ego driven thing when you're looking for agreements when you're looking for harmony your move in your groove in your flow and and talking with these folks. They just flowed with each other. They all appreciated each other's quirkiness The all loved working with each other. They worked remotely and it was so cool because every single one of has have was echoing. The same stuff that. I've been saying both on the podcast and people in per to people in person is How resourceful this pandemic his his his made me. And a how i started creating like crazy and so. That's the stuff that these folks were talking about. You know the The one woman lezak got out of my own way. Just got out of my own way. Meditation law of attraction. It was just like oh my god. These are my people. Ashley writes like a maniac. She's a prolific crazy. Fast writer Her sister mariah is a musician. Actually musician to mariah's musician they work together. I mean it's really cool. I think what i'm going to have to do is just take tabs on all the people that i've been meeting that have that same spirit so far so far the people that i've been meeting ka pow in that spirit of like. Yeah let's work together. Let's work together. Pure bliss pure imagination. It it it it falls in line of creating the world that you want to see creating the art you wanna see become the media. Be the change you want to see. What kind of change do you wanna see more laughter. All right. i'll. I'll be the one who starts at than so i'll laugh the loudest and their nabil's people to to feel more comfortable to laugh too. It inspires them to do funny stuff to t to try to make you laugh because they like senior laugh because they like seeing you give leads. They see give accolades to someone else for doing something. Funny and absurd so now they're like. Oh my gosh well. I want to get those accolades. You know there's that that that that Subliminal thing back there now i want to say something funny and absurd even within the conversation. I had with these folks. It was so funny. Because you could tell that the the everybody was feeling out each other's sense of humor you know when you're talking with people in conversation you're feeling out the sense of humor and you know how let's laugh together and you're looking at that as like. Wow here's another opportunity for us to laugh together. Isn't that enjoyable. It's just so enjoyable. All my god. Wow them. and the constellation quest guys I mean there's just a bunch of these folks who i think would work really well together. They have good good natured. Wholesome spirits good natured spirits. It's satisfying when you when you when you cultivate. Isn't it funny. Let's breakdown cult cult turns into as you cultivate a cult it turns into a culture. It's a culture. it's a cult. It's a culture every time you hear someone say culture. They're saying cult but it's just a bigger cult a culture. It's what it is culture culture so every so it's so satisfying when you have a cult a culture that you're cultivating that has no thorns. No hard edges appears smooth. You know we. We really wanna have smooth beds that were sleeping on at night right when we're comfortable. We don't want to be sitting on glass. We don't wanna be sitting on rocks when we're comfortable and we're sitting on the couch and you're comfortable because a lot of times. People are doing things for themselves for to enhance their comfort. Why do they get a bigger screen. Well it's comforting to the is because now the is don't have to strain or they don't have to see far it's right there it's easier. It's it's more catered to them. It is served closer to them. That's customization is about your customer. Customizing it to your preferences to what feels good. You get a couch. Oh i got this expensive coach. It's so soft. Ooh this jacobs so soft and warm. How often do you hear someone go on this. Jack is so spiky. it's scratches me when i put it on. And it's so heavy. And it's it's there like bumps in rocks all over it. Oh my gosh. i love that coat. I don't think i ever heard someone say that. They're commenting about the softness eases. So if if we're going to sleep if we're sitting down if we're doing things for comfort you know to ease ourselves to make it smoother than why. Why why is it out of the question to ask for a a society. Cut your own culture that has smoothness in.
"twin peaks" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"Plus you have the ability to win. Prizes from sponsors. Anyway i'm here. Go to ka pow. I f. dot com. We'd love to see their also. If you want you can hang out in the lobby for free eve. Hang out in the lobby. With other filmmakers. I am eleven thirty. Am at twenty four entering the town twin peaks five miles south of the canadian twelve miles west of the state lines so many trees life. Wc fields would say rather be here than philadelphia. Fifty four degrees on a slightly overcast day. Where the man said range can pay that kind of money for being wrong. Sixty percent of the time she working mileage and seventy nine thousand. Three hundred and forty five gauges on his. I'm gonna take up when i get into town. I'm gonna tell you how much that is. Lunch was Six dollars and thirty one cents at the lamp lighter in. that's on highway. Two near lewis fork was Twenty eight sandwich on whole by terry fine cup of coffee.
"twin peaks" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"February twenty third. Oh my gosh forty eight. Am february twenty third. Twenty twenty one. It was on february. Twenty third two thousand that. I left curious tree illinois to move to chicago to to move to california. So i've been out here twenty one years. I always marked. Today's the is that anniversary. Twenty one years. You know when when you turn a chapter like that when you go all right. Here's here's a true benchmark. As to win something happens. A lot of us have certain benchmarks. Oh i remember the time when i graduated. That's when i really turned a page. Or when i Won this race. That's when i really turn the page. You know these there. These certain benchmarks were choosing our lives that have really you know a lot of significance to us that we carry along with us and use as a reference tool many in many respects. In many different ways we really And admire and cherish that dead time you know it it becomes one of those things that just sort of reverberates right off the cuff. An example When we're talking with people about stuff and so moving out here was one of those things where it's like. Whoa okay. i'm i'm going out to california everything that took me out here was I followed the signs. I followed the omens. Follow my inspiration out here and run the time red hot chili peppers and counting crows. We're seeing a lot about california. They're seeing a lot about california and they sang about it in such for the lack. Of a better way of describing. It's such a romantic way. They sang about california in such a romantic way. And it really made me wanna move out here. You know the idea of it being sunny out here all the time and having all the the ocean so close and the mountains of course and having all of these things available so turn turning the page turning. That page was a big deal. Because what was you know if we were to wrap it up a burrito wrapped up in that burrito. One of these ingredients was the song my way by frank sinatra and in that song you know he's basically in this. This really hit me. When i really started thinking about this that the song my way is basically from the perspective of a man who on his deathbed thinking back on his life of all the different things that he did and you know he he's. He's happy about the fact that he lived his life his way he he spent you know he looks for ways to to live his life his way and that really struck a chord with me and so I really started thinking about that. And it was around that time that i started hearing the here no songs that inspired me to want to move out here and saw all just became this kind of It became this sort of idea of all right. Well i'm going to do pretty much. What is preferable to me. I'm going to do what is preferable to me and If something doesn't fit with that if something doesn't doesn't resonate from from that idea from that perspective then that i'm not going to do it and It saved me a lot of stress. Save me a lot of wasting my time doing things i wanna do and i started really making sure that i got out like What happened was if there ever were those situations where You know i i. Suddenly things got to be different. You know at the place that i was working at her people. I was working with an altered into something different than it was sort of like Gone here you know if there was over an overabundance of Let's say arrogancy go tim. All those things narcissism kind of at the forefront of driving a project. And i started noticing these things i'd like. Oh i'm outta here. Like i'm not going to push a rock up a hill sisyphus right cicis another good example that i that i use as well of course the example for my dad. If you force it it will break you force it. it will break so Those have reverberated in my brain. And when i moved out here. I said okay. I'm gonna do my way and so now brings me to this point the caputo intergalactic virtual film festival is the first time we're doing it. Virtual is the fifth incarnation but the first version of it Just purely digital. And it's going on until the twenty eighth. i'd love to see their. I'd love to see their started on the eighteenth and it's going to it started on the nineteenth going until the twenty eighth and Tons of movies. Like one hundred fifty movies or something. Great podcasts Ten dollars all access pass and then you get a free download of the scar. Among silk album designer scribble you get a free download of that and then.
Sales Conversations vs Sales Cycles, with Gopkiran Rao
"Gopi. Welcome to the show. Andy glad to be here. Thanks so much for having me on what's pleasure. It's been awhile since we spoke. Yeah i was actually looking at some old emails and realize we lost in september of last year. When i think he were on the verge of your arm your some of back to san diego said it has been awhile. Yeah so where have you been sheltering during the pandemic while. I'm quite fortunate and i find myself here. In twin peaks in san francisco epicenter of what feels like is rallies. Sinner coming to grips for this for this crisis that yup fortunate to be here with the family and in some strange ways not missing not being on a plane a lot of the time. Yeah i have that exact feeling. I've i've had this conversation. I've told people that. I've only i think about playing twice during the pandemic and just going back and forth in new york and san diego but its first time was i was paralyzed because Accustomed to packing a bag every week or every two weeks and three months and i i didn't know what to do. Amazing you you do have to read train yourself a little bit as opposed to you Not just surviving but chiming in intensely physical yet flow within vitamin what. You're working faithless. And that's been interesting. I think for so many people in some fans well so along the science. What's what's the biggest lesson you've learned about yourself personally during the pandemic autographed question you know. I think they're the necessity of human contact and yet the ability of the human to walk around the inability to make human contact That sounds like a play on words. Suppose i was trying to be travel there. But behind that sentiment and the i personally swansea request more directly have always taught best when i was in a physical setting in line with the people and that somehow grow creative process collaborative communication and foster coming to a decision that made the real and i think that's probably true for a lot of people that are prescribed to the analogue model also trading. Managing right producing. And i've been shocked by how quickly because it was forced to together with my immediate team and my extended team in. What is you know. A big global company to begin with just made have embraced a variety of agile. Principles have embraced. This idea that will happen to the flow of life and not the other way around that micro communication and micra. Collaboration actually sports more communication and creativity and the learning. I think it's that change. You know this is something that i'm in a fishing been comfortable with but i think being able to adapt to this bushwick marmon has actually made me feel that a lot of things site i thought about starting temps hiring recruiting physicians. Can actually i can make those things remote environments and On the flip side. And i think it's it's really helped me understand. The value of embracing book fits to people's lives choices and Around those have been good things overall.
Todd and Don
‘Laverne & Shirley’ and ‘Twin Peaks’ actor David Lander has died
"Actor David Lander, best known for the role in Laverne and Shirley Squiggy has died at the age of 73. This is Yeah. And there is no reason on Earth. Why Prince Charming cannot walk through our friend door at all. And I'll Lander died in his Los Angeles on Friday, surrounded by his wife, His daughter, his son in law. Hey, battled multiple sclerosis for 30. Seven years. I didn't realize it was that long. But, yeah, the popular ABC sitcom It ran from 1976 to 1983 truly a classic comedian, if you will, Yeah, I mean, truly, a comic genius was funny guy
Episode 136 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 1 - burst 16
"Or Bose Davidson whatever you. WanNa call it Yeah and the reason why I chose this is my second film. Today is because Bows Davidson, our boas whatever you WANNA call him. I think, I think you're right. But he also directed the last American Virgin Okay with a girl from twin peaks with the girl from twin peaks and Diane Franklin as well. But if you look down on that list also, Brian Peck, who was the director of the willies the writer and director is also in last American Virgin while and that was not planned I did not follow this movie to get to that movie somehow it just happened to have a weird coincidence. Weird Yeah I had no idea that Scuz- wrote directed at those crazy but it's the only thing they ever let him do. So right at that. Okay. You're done bows or boas whatever you WANNA call him and we gotta find out we really do the sky has been around for awhile. He's produced a ton of films the other to the Golan Globus skies probably just like Oh yeah. They just mountains of cocaine just we'll see what we can put together He directed a movie called Hot Bubblegum. Not Even GonNa read it sounds disgusting in his producing credits you're you're looking at all. A Weird Shit Ya. I don't know where to start. But a lot of horror stuff to walk pos spiders to breeding ground. replicant which I think we've talked about before that. Now that was a van Damme movie yeah. No Code of conduct that is a Golan Globus film. Okay. Sure. Yeah. And hold on a second holy Shit Sorry. Should not have brought that up no code of conduct was written and directed by Bret Michaels of poison. Why? I shouldn't have clicked on that Charlie Sheen and Martin. Shane marked the Costas. I'm sorry. Paul gleason courtney gains I should not click on that I. Apologize Everyone please just fast forward this podcast for another three or four minutes because I'm not going to be able to stop talking about this for a few. So just fast forward and. Put like a child walk on it or. Bret michaels. You should be should be ashamed of your so I should. But there's a ton of movies that this guy did but he also did a bunch of the Rambeau Shit I. Mean he produced I thought they were like three or four Rambos, but there's so much shit. I'm Kinda blind with how much has on there's probably five ramble. and. I could beginning him mixed up with somebody else to you now disregard this. I'm glad we don't have to try to say his name anymore the x
What A Day
Possible safety issue spurs pause of COVID-19 antibody study
"Gideon, what's the latest there? Right. So first Monday Johnson and Johnson had to pause a large clinical trial of its Kobe vaccines candidate due to a quote unexplained illness in one of the volunteers that news was first reported by the website stat and it wasn't clear whether the individual received the placebo and the trial or the experimental vaccine. There are dozens of companies in a race to have the first viable vaccine out the door but Johnson and Johnson was comparatively behind in the. Process though the company is working on a vaccine that does not need to be frozen, which can make distribution and storage easier. It only requires one dose and not to, and they were hoping to be the biggest trial with sixty thousand participants. It's not the first vaccine trial though to have to pause due to safety issues as Zenica had to suspend trials twice after two participants became seriously ill and those trials have not resumed in the US yet. Experts consistently say that these are good showing that the companies are investigating what went wrong and how to fix it and that they are somewhat. Especially when you're working on something that is going to be for extremely broad use. Yeah. Gideon on one hand. It's it's good that they're actually taking into consideration. The fact that sometimes these things are unsafe in early trials but this also speaks to the fact that this process can't be rushed or conveniently wrapped up before some arbitrary date leg I don't know November third right just any arbitrary date like that. Yes. So That's vaccines but on the Cova Treatment Front, a similar pause put in place for an antibody drug being developed by the company Eli Lilly according to. Reports yesterday the trial was because if he quote potential safety concern and that trial reportedly was testing the company's antibody therapy on hundreds of patients hospitalized with covid nineteen in the enrollment process was sponsored by parts of the National Institutes of health according to The New York Times and news broke after there were a number of officials who cautioned against adding more participants to the trial on Tuesday so that it's two separate trials that we learn were put on hold in just two days. and. This elderly drug, it's an antibody treatment. The kind of treatment the president has been touting as a cure and saying, we'll be freely available soon. You Bet it is he antibody therapy from regeneration, a different company which I guess combined with steroid treatments led him to talk about kissing people in the crowd of a rally this weekend doing a strange Shimmy to Ymca by very. Very strong David Lynch like season one twin peaks vibes in that by the way one, hundred percent he's in the red room and he's having the time of his life. The Eli Lilly treatment effectively does the same thing as regeneration one using monoclonal antibodies to fight the virus, and after trump got the treatment, both companies applied for emergency use from the FDA with Lily, seeking it for mild to moderate cases as opposed to the trial which focused on hospitalized patients. So there have been promising results for both treatment so far in trials, but this pause would help figure out if there are major issues or side. Effects with the treatment for other folks on the other point about how widespread these treatments could be if found safe and effective regenerate has said that at the moment, it only has enough supply to treat fifty thousand patients in hopes to be able to get up to three hundred thousand in the next few months to put this into a sense of scale here right now, there are an estimated thirty, six thousand patients currently hospitalized with co Ed.
Colleen and Bradley
Clark Middleton, Actor in ‘The Blacklist,’ ‘Twin Peaks,’ Dies at 63
"And twin Peaks. Actor Clark Middleton passed away at the age of 63 on It's just It's sad, but he passed away from complications from the West Nile virus. And, Yeah, he was ah, director producer, and he was best known for his work with the black list when peaks and kill Bill volume to Oh, my goodness. That is really unfortunate. Yes, ads telling us this is kind of
Director Lesli Linka Glatter Hopes Hollywood Doesn't Slip Backwards on Racial, Gender Equity Gains
"Welcome to our podcast. It's where we asked some of the entertainment industry's sharpest minds how Hollywood could and should reinvent itself when it saved for production to really get going again. The safety issue has been a real fun of mine concern for Director Leslie Linka. Probably, best known for her work on the Showtime Series Homeland her credits include Madman masters of sex and twin peaks. She's also part of a critical directors guild of America, committee along with other Hollywood, unions, the DJ is trying to come up with production safety guidelines. It's scary out there. Because of how cases have exploded in the last three weeks, so productions that were geared to go back now are reexamining. Reexamining everyone is struggling to find a way to get back. Everyone wants to get back to work all of us, but obviously we have to do that in a safe way. We've been talking on this podcast about how this might be a reset moment for Hollywood that it can take a hard look at itself, and maybe bring about some real and lasting change especially when it comes to equity and inclusion. But gladder worries. There's also a chance the town might go back to its old and worst practices now. What's going to happen when we open up? You know I hope there's not a backslide. I hope that all kinds of stories and all kinds of directors are being hired to tell stories.
What I Wore When
Emily Nussbaum: What I Wore When I Interviewed at New York Magazine
"For the most part all the women on this podcast were handpicked by me. On behalf of Glamour Women we find fascinating or nostalgic or brilliant or just women. We Wanna get to know a little bit better emily. Nussbaum was at the top of the list. Emily is the television critic for the New Yorker where she's worked since two thousand eleven and in two thousand sixteen. She won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism. Her voice is authentic and accessible and she's been described as a singular writer in two thousand nineteen. She released her first book. I like to watch arguing my way through the TV revolution. The book examines the changing landscape of television while effectively defending it as a medium with taking seriously it includes essays on everything from buffy. The Vampire slayer a show. That's been pivotal emily's life as well as the Sopranos Vanna Pump. Rules scandal true detective and sex in the city. Emily also tackles the question of whether a viewer can separate art from the actions of problematic creators in a timely me to ask a when I asked if she'd be willing to be a guest on the podcast. She seemed genuinely surprised saying she doesn't really consider herself a stylish person. I explained that the goal isn't to only feature quote fashion. He says that would be so boring. I'm so glad she agreed because our conversation was good so good in fact that we ran out of time and had to wrap it up just as we were digging into one of my favorite topics. Carrie Bradshaw not to worry. Though she still had plenty to say. I also asked emily to give her professional opinion on whether my mother and father were absolutely terrible parents for letting me watch twin peaks at nine years old which he happily did. Here's our conversation so I want to start by asking you. Which is what everybody that comes on this podcast. Which is what are you wearing right now? Oh I hadn't thought about this I I'm wearing black pants That fit well. Which is the difficult thing for me with pants. and I'm wearing some sort of gray tank top in a black sweater and a necklace that I really like that. I bought it a museum shop. That is where I generally buy jewelry And I don't remember where I got these things but they're kind of distinctive simple silver earnings during your earrings a lot. Yeah I like the erase striking. So I'm wearing good jewelry but I'm wearing completely neutral. What you wear to New York office kind of thing which is a black sweater and black pants. Oem Wearing kind of Nice sneakers wearing these these sort of Weird Green Corduroy Sneakers Love Them. And because the name of the PODCAST is what? You're going to talk about what you were when you interviewed for Your Job at New York magazine so I think this was around Two Thousand and three or two thousand four and at the time I was working as a freelance writer and I was writing for places like The New York Times magazine and doing both short pieces and long pieces. But I mainly thought of myself as a writer and Adam Moss who had worked at the Times was the new head of New York magazine and he was hiring new staffers and he called me to see whether come in and I thought they were gonNA call me to be a writer there which frankly and tells a different kind of clothing. 'cause writers are often shrubs But he actually wanted me to come in to interview to be the editor of the culture section. It wasn't something that I was sure I wanted to do. I was very ambivalent about it so I sort of winged it when I went in for my interview in a way that I don't normally for things and I'm convinced I got the job because of the clothes I wore which is true of almost nothing else in my life but I somehow put together an outfit. That was stylish showed my genuine uncaring about whether I got the job which is often the right combination for a situation like this and it was more stylish than I actually am so what I wore is dark blue jeans that fit right in for the period were sort of the right style gene because at the time they were kind of they had that sort of low weight but for for whatever reason I was actually pulling it off. Because I don't really have a body that works that great and that kind of jeans but I had good ones but the main thing is I wore. I had a a blue crushed velvet sort of waistcoat jacket that I had bought vintage that had silver buttons and my mom had given me these actually quite nice low ankle boots that were kind of a brownish yellow alligator skin or something that had stacked heels wouldn't stacked heels those two items actually looked good like they were distinctive. Strange Somewhat Bohemian. Downtown things and wearing pants always gives me a stronger sense of authority in a situation like this. I think I normally would have gone to a job interview honestly wearing an alien skirt a simple top jacket to try to look professional. But I think partially because I genuinely kind of didn't want to get the job or at least was doing it. I know that sounds almost disrespectful. 'cause it was such a good job but I was ambivalent embitterment about becoming an editor instead of a writer. So there's this part of me that was just like whatever like I didn't really rally right so I so I sort of magically managed to hit on this outfit. That kind of looked made me look way more downtown selective idiosyncratic and actively stylish and a young woman way and it went in and I have to say and like The other thing is Adam. My old boss and Hugo Lindgren. Who was also interviewing me They are guys who actually care about fashion in different ways and I walked in and I actually saw that they liked my clothes like this sounds stupid but the dumb way in which I was like. I've hacked this because so many things are stupid first impressions and there was this way in which because I looked kind of free wheeling and like I'm matched the part or something that helped anyway. I did get the job and initially said that I would take it for three months because we were just putting together the prospectus of the magazine and then ended up staying there for many years and Adam is an incredible boss. It all worked out. I never dressed like that again. I was GONNA say if he was hiring me in any way as you know perhaps delusional suspected that I was just sort of acting a role that worked for the job interview after that. I did not wear good clothes to the office. I did try to dress up a little bit. I went on a shopping trip with my I think he was. We were dating. I married my husband who's very stylish and has great taste and we were living in the West village and we went for this walk down. I think Greenwich Avenue had a couple of different shops and so I went out and I sort of went on a shopping trip to try to buy a few items. That seems like an editor at New York magazine would wear these items. When did you buy do any of the things were because I don't know brands but I bought some things that were kind of medium pricey and seemed like statement things I was never able to use them or put them together? But I do remember the first day I went in the office. I mean my entire impression of an office like that was like thirteen going on thirty hundred percent. I so I was trying to. I was trying to raise my game to ROM COM level which remind notion of medium also. Yes exactly the truth is I mean. People dressed in black in New York and a lot of people who are in fashion dress very neutral and the one time I ever wrote about fashion. I was really struck by the fact that I was like wait. This is not made up of butterflies like this is a lot of thirty to fifty year old women wearing black and like simple expensive chunky statement hearings or something. It's not a situation in which people are trying to stand out. Visually so are wearing off the runway necessarily says gallons and no. I think that's what people think of fashion back. I'm trying to remember what else I bought. And then at one point when I early in having that job I also attempted to have power lunch as a sort of a joke with a friend at Michael's and midtown because he's like a fun thing to do and on the way to that. I bought some bought some clip on earrings. That had on the way to the line. Yeah on the way to the lunch. I literally was like I'm GonNa like it but again it was sort of as a joke because my friend and I were like. We're now like media. People are power lunch area. They they were like strange. Chunky rhinestone earrings with red and blue stones in them that were round clip bonds rather than dangling or they were sort of you know punch in the face upper east side ish food jewelry of some kind so I remember. I stopped at the store. So those were my power. Close is basically what I'm saying for New York magazine. Are you somebody? Now that considers yourself AH shopper. No I actually don't like to shop. My husband likes to shop though so I often will go shopping with him and he will pick out things that are good and he's responsible actually for some of the best things that they own because I mean we'll go to a vintage store and he'll pick out something that I personally wouldn't have picked out because I'm just a highly pragmatic shopper. I just I find it boring. I don't like going through the racks. I don't like spending money and I also don't like searching for bargains so I'm like the worst combination of ten no India and I and I don't really enjoy changing and changing rooms and trying various things on and all of that kind of thing but I do like having some nice clothes so I go either with hammer or with my son. It's actually fun. I used to shop with my son when he was a little younger and then he would read things one to ten so that was fun. That's does he do that now? Yeah I mean he's he's we haven't gone shopping in a while I mean and also he's he's about twelve now so I don't think when he was eight he actually he's. He's much more interested individuals than I am so he he had a lot of opinions but he's also very enthusiastic so pretty much. No matter what I tried on. It was from eight to ten. So that's a good person to shop
Games that defined the Decade: Bloodborne is an evolution, and a grisly distortion, of the Dark Souls formula
"If you've been playing I have not I actually started and I know our. I'm so late to the party late to Potty as you with Bloodborne Kentucky Route Zero. Yeah Yeah right I just want to. Everyone knows that it exists. Everyone knows it's five but I do want to say a if you haven't played a variety now's a great time to pick it up because obviously you can play the full like all of the the acts are all together now tells the full story. It's such a like a moody beautifully. Written little game. That sort of ood. It was just what I needed to play this month. Acts Are you. I'm only to actually okay But it is it is just so my is what. Yeah you know what I mean. It's very it's very. It's very sort of Night Vale. Twin peaks is teric. Don't know where it's going to go the next place. It's GonNa take me want to return to that world when I'm away from it so I'm really really enjoying. It says a lot about all of us that were and stuff like that. Not like Halloween time but like now in January. When you're supposed is be like running or eating healthy? I'm
Financial Issues with Dan Celia
Peggy Lipton, Star of 'Twin Peaks' and 'The Mod Squad,' Dies at 72
"An actress and model from the sixties has passed away. USA's? Rick Vincent has more. Malate nineteen sixties much quad series star Peggy Lipton. Pleading hit become Julie Barnes on the show from nineteen sixty through nineteen seventy three series which starred Michael Cole and Clarence Williams and dealt with issues such as domestic violence abortion police, brutality, the Vietnam war and drugs over five seasons the series earned Lipton. One of the it girls over time for EMMY nominations in nineteen seventy one Golden Globe award for best actress in a TV drama in nineteen ninety Lipton return to acting in what became her most enduring role as Norma Jennings in David Lynch and Mark frost cult TV series, twin peaks. She also had recurring roles on TV shows like popular alias and crash and appeared under daughters comedy, Angie Tribeca as well as on the TNT drama clause within died at the age of seventy two after a battle with
Peggy Lipton, Lifton And EMMY discussed on Latino USA
"Actress Peggy Lipton his died. The star of the groundbreaking late nineteen sixties TV show mod squad and twin peaks in the nineties died of cancer at the age of seventy two months. God was one of pop culture's first effort to address the counter culture and feature an interracial past and Lifton was nominated for an EMMY and won a Golden Globe for her
WBZ Morning News
Peggy Lipton, "Mod Squad" star, dies at 72
"Actress Peggy Lipton star of the mod squad and twin peaks is dead. Dean Muccio says she was married to a well known music producer her daughters from a marriage to music producer Quincy Jones announced her passing. In a statement to the Los Angeles Times. She was seventy two Lipton became a star when she was twenty one as a smart flower child. Julie Barnes in ABC's hit the mod squad here in four EMMY nominations and a Golden Globe award for best actress, she married Jones in nineteen seventy four and is the mother of actress Rashida
WBZ Morning News
Peggy Lipton, "Mod Squad" star, dies at 72
"And actress Peggy Lipton star of the mod squad and twin peaks is dead. Dean Muccio has more her daughters from a marriage to music producer Quincy Jones announced her passing. In a statement to the Los Angeles Times. She was seventy two Lipton became a star when she was twenty one as the smart flower child. Julie Barnes in ABC's hit the mon- squad here in four EMMY nominations and a Golden Globe award for best actress, she married Jones in nineteen seventy four and is the mother of actress Rashida
Batch Tasks Instead of Multitasking, Mark Twains Procrastination Cure
"Today. You learn why classic diners are shaped like train cars. Why multitasking is impossible and what you should do to be productive. Instead and how you can use a simple tip for Mark Twain, stop procrastinating, unimportant tasks, let's stop putting it off. Instead of spy some curiosity on the award winning curiosity daily. Have you ever wondered why a lot of classic diners? Look like train cars diners are the best. They are do you. Always order breakfast. No matter. What time it is? I do. Yes. That's the right way to do it. We can go to diner together. Love it. The word diner covers a pretty broad spectrum of dining establishments. These days from your mom and pop joint around the corner to national chains like Denny's but diners have much more humble origins before diners were buildings. They were portable and before they were shaped like train cars they were shaped like horse carts in eighteen seventy two. An entrepreneur named Walter Scott from Providence Rhode Island got an idea he fitted a spare horse cart with the bare essentials. He needed to make food and he rolled it out at dusk. As a night lunch wagon for nightshift workers and theatergoers and anybody else out late at night. He served coffee, pies eggs and sandwiches. And he was so successful that he was able to quit his printing business, of course, other mobile lunch carts started to copy the idea and by the early twentieth century, the market was pretty much ruled by three manufacturers were Chester lunch. Car company tyranny and O'Mahony they kept growing and over time. The new dining cars weren't pulled by horses. They were hooked on the cargo trains when those dining cars arrived at their destination. They would lose their wheels. But keep the late night hours by the nineteen twenties dining car was shortened to diner. And by the thirties, the art deco style popular in train cars started to creep in diners to best when the diner really took off and became a piece of American identity. And here's a fun. Fact, do you know what? Diner capital of the world is New Jersey with more than six hundred diners, although my favorite diner is the double our diner from twin peaks, which by the way, it's called tweeds cafe in north bend Washington. And yes, I've been there. This must be where pies go when they die research says your brain is not wired for multitasking, but we all love saving time. So today, we'll tell you what to do instead of multitasking to spend your time more efficiently. I think I had multitasker as a bullet point on my resume for like ten years. Really? Yeah. Did you remove it after you got the job here? Believe it or not. I haven't updated my resume lately. But next time, I do I may remove it for this reason. Yeah. The thing about multitasking is that you're never actually doing tasks at the same time. You're just switching from one to the other and back again that's switching eats up more time than you probably realize in a two thousand seven study people who are interrupted by an Email or an instant message during a computer task were twenty to twenty five minutes behind by the time they resumed the first task even though the interruption only took ten minutes a third of those people took more than two hours to get back on task. So do the opposite of multitasking. And instead batch your tasks the idea is that you split up your tasks by category things like e mails writing and idea generation, then do all of each type in one chunk of time that chunk can be one four hour session on Mondays or a thirty minute session every morning and evening, whatever the tests calls for market in your calendar, and treat it like an. Appointment now, this works great for things like responding to emails or scheduling tweets, but it doesn't always work with creative tasks like writing and designing a twenty seventeen study out of Columbia business school found that when people regularly switched between tasks they performed better on a test of creative thinking than people who worked on one task the whole time. And even those who switched when they felt like it. So at the end of the day a little bit of both might be best batch those pesky tasks that eat up your time and save you're switching around for the creative stuff like how his reading emails the whole time. You read that I loved that. Very good, Cody. I was listening. I promise on topic. Today's episode is sponsored by purple metrics better sleep better. You remember multitasking is impossible. But try getting anything done when you haven't gotten a good night's sleep. That's really impossible. Yeah. Here curiosity. We are definitely no stranger so the benefits of sleep. And that's why you need to try purple mattress. The purple metrics will probably feel different than anything you've ever experienced because it uses this brand new material that was developed by an actual rocket scientist. It's not like the memory foam. You're probably used to the purple material feels unique because it's both firm and soft at the same time. So it keeps everything supported, but it still feels really comfortable. It's also breathable. So it sleeps cool. It ends up giving you this zero gravity like feel. So it works for any sleeping position with purple mattress. You can get one hundred night risk free trial. And if you're not fully satisfied, you can return your mattress for a full refund. You'll also get free shipping and returns free in-home setup. And. Mattress removal, and it's backed by a ten year warranty. You are gonna love purple and right now curiosity daily listeners will get a free purple pillow with the purchase of a mattress. That's an addition to the great free gifts. They're offering site-wide just text curious to forty seven forty seven forty seven. The only way to get this free pillow is to text curious to forty seven forty seven forty-seven that's C U R S two four seven four seven four seven. Message and data rates may apply. Ready to become more productive. We've got a tip today. The comes from Mark Twain, supposedly we made a video about this on Facebook earlier this year, but it's worth repeating on our podcast, and it's called the frog rule. Do you ever use this? Ashley, I always use this. Actually, I try to always use this when I fail it's obvious and succeed it's like the best day ever. If you don't know what this rule is. Supposedly, Mark Twain once said something along the lines of eat ally. Frog first thing in the morning, and nothing worse will happen to you for the rest of. Of the day. There's actually no definitive evidence. That Mark Twain spoke or wrote the phrase, there's even an alternate version that goes a little like this and this might help make this tip. Make more sense, quote, if it's your job to eat, a frog it's best to do it. First thing in the morning. And if it's your job to eat two, frogs, it's best to eat. The biggest one I on, quote and more practical terms, the frog is your worst least enjoyable task of the day that thing you're dreading. But a lot of the time. It's also the most important thing for you to do that day. At least a couple authors have written about the benefits of doing this self-development, author and public speaker, Brian Tracy wrote that quote successful effective people are those who launched a wreck into their major tasks and then discipline themselves to work steadily and single-mindedly until those tasks are complete unquote and retired US navy Admiral William mcraven says that he makes his bed every morning. So that he has a sense of accomplishment, the sort of his day not to mention some pride in sticking to a good habit of self-discipline tried at work this week and see how it affects. The rest of your work day that is where I find it is really really helpful definitely sending those dreaded emails making that phone call. You just don't want to deal with get out of the way before noon and the rest of your day will just go so smoothly.
Batch Tasks Instead of Multitasking, Mark Twains Procrastination Cure
"Today. You learn why classic diners are shaped like train cars. Why multitasking is impossible and what you should do to be productive. Instead and how you can use a simple tip for Mark Twain, stop procrastinating, unimportant tasks, let's stop putting it off. Instead of spy some curiosity on the award winning curiosity daily. Have you ever wondered why a lot of classic diners? Look like train cars diners are the best. They are do you. Always order breakfast. No matter. What time it is? I do. Yes. That's the right way to do it. We can go to diner together. Love it. The word diner covers a pretty broad spectrum of dining establishments. These days from your mom and pop joint around the corner to national chains like Denny's but diners have much more humble origins before diners were buildings. They were portable and before they were shaped like train cars they were shaped like horse carts in eighteen seventy two. An entrepreneur named Walter Scott from Providence Rhode Island got an idea he fitted a spare horse cart with the bare essentials. He needed to make food and he rolled it out at dusk. As a night lunch wagon for nightshift workers and theatergoers and anybody else out late at night. He served coffee, pies eggs and sandwiches. And he was so successful that he was able to quit his printing business, of course, other mobile lunch carts started to copy the idea and by the early twentieth century, the market was pretty much ruled by three manufacturers were Chester lunch. Car company tyranny and O'Mahony they kept growing and over time. The new dining cars weren't pulled by horses. They were hooked on the cargo trains when those dining cars arrived at their destination. They would lose their wheels. But keep the late night hours by the nineteen twenties dining car was shortened to diner. And by the thirties, the art deco style popular in train cars started to creep in diners to best when the diner really took off and became a piece of American identity. And here's a fun. Fact, do you know what? Diner capital of the world is New Jersey with more than six hundred diners, although my favorite diner is the double our diner from twin peaks, which by the way, it's called tweeds cafe in north bend Washington. And yes, I've been there. This must be where pies go when they die research says your brain is not wired for multitasking, but we all love saving time. So today, we'll tell you what to do instead of multitasking to spend your time more efficiently. I think I had multitasker as a bullet point on my resume for like ten years. Really? Yeah. Did you remove it after you got the job here? Believe it or not. I haven't updated my resume lately. But next time, I do I may remove it for this reason. Yeah. The thing about multitasking is that you're never actually doing tasks at the same time. You're just switching from one to the other and back again that's switching eats up more time than you probably realize in a two thousand seven study people who are interrupted by an Email or an instant message during a computer task were twenty to twenty five minutes behind by the time they resumed the first task even though the interruption only took ten minutes a third of those people took more than two hours to get back on task. So do the opposite of multitasking. And instead batch your tasks the idea is that you split up your tasks by category things like e mails writing and idea generation, then do all of each type in one chunk of time that chunk can be one four hour session on Mondays or a thirty minute session every morning and evening, whatever the tests calls for market in your calendar, and treat it like an. Appointment now, this works great for things like responding to emails or scheduling tweets, but it doesn't always work with creative tasks like writing and designing a twenty seventeen study out of Columbia business school found that when people regularly switched between tasks they performed better on a test of creative thinking than people who worked on one task the whole time. And even those who switched when they felt like it. So at the end of the day a little bit of both might be best batch those pesky tasks that eat up your time and save you're switching around for the creative stuff like how his reading emails the whole time. You read that I loved that. Very good, Cody. I was listening. I promise on topic. Today's episode is sponsored by purple metrics better sleep better. You remember multitasking is impossible. But try getting anything done when you haven't gotten a good night's sleep. That's really impossible. Yeah. Here curiosity. We are definitely no stranger so the benefits of sleep. And that's why you need to try purple mattress. The purple metrics will probably feel different than anything you've ever experienced because it uses this brand new material that was developed by an actual rocket scientist. It's not like the memory foam. You're probably used to the purple material feels unique because it's both firm and soft at the same time. So it keeps everything supported, but it still feels really comfortable. It's also breathable. So it sleeps cool. It ends up giving you this zero gravity like feel. So it works for any sleeping position with purple mattress. You can get one hundred night risk free trial. And if you're not fully satisfied, you can return your mattress for a full refund. You'll also get free shipping and returns free in-home setup. And. Mattress removal, and it's backed by a ten year warranty. You are gonna love purple and right now curiosity daily listeners will get a free purple pillow with the purchase of a mattress. That's an addition to the great free gifts. They're offering site-wide just text curious to forty seven forty seven forty seven. The only way to get this free pillow is to text curious to forty seven forty seven forty-seven that's C U R S two four seven four seven four seven. Message and data rates may apply. Ready to become more productive. We've got a tip today. The comes from Mark Twain, supposedly we made a video about this on Facebook earlier this year, but it's worth repeating on our podcast, and it's called the frog rule. Do you ever use this? Ashley, I always use this. Actually, I try to always use this when I fail it's obvious and succeed it's like the best day ever. If you don't know what this rule is. Supposedly, Mark Twain once said something along the lines of eat ally. Frog first thing in the morning, and nothing worse will happen to you for the rest of. Of the day. There's actually no definitive evidence. That Mark Twain spoke or wrote the phrase, there's even an alternate version that goes a little like this and this might help make this tip. Make more sense, quote, if it's your job to eat, a frog it's best to do it. First thing in the morning. And if it's your job to eat two, frogs, it's best to eat. The biggest one I on, quote and more practical terms, the frog is your worst least enjoyable task of the day that thing you're dreading. But a lot of the time. It's also the most important thing for you to do that day. At least a couple authors have written about the benefits of doing this self-development, author and public speaker, Brian Tracy wrote that quote successful effective people are those who launched a wreck into their major tasks and then discipline themselves to work steadily and single-mindedly until those tasks are complete unquote and retired US navy Admiral William mcraven says that he makes his bed every morning. So that he has a sense of accomplishment, the sort of his day not to mention some pride in sticking to a good habit of self-discipline tried at work this week and see how it affects. The rest of your work day that is where I find it is really really helpful definitely sending those dreaded emails making that phone call. You just don't want to deal with get out of the way before noon and the rest of your day will just go so smoothly. Totally
Sessions backs Rosenstein and rebukes GOP for attacks on DOJ
"Surly as October NPR's Hansi. Lo Wong reports US district. Judge Jesse Furman wrote in his opinion that the decision to add the citizenship question may have been motivated by quote, discriminatory, animus and decision was made by commerce, secretary Wilbur Ross overseas. A census he has said the Justice department initiated the requests for the question to better enforce the Voting Rights Act, but internal emails released as part of the lawsuits show that Ross wanted to add the question soon after he took over the Commerce Department and Ross did show by overruling warnings about the question from the census bureau still judge Furman did note that the commerce secretary does have broad authority over the census. The plaintiffs he wrote quote, may not ultimately be able to prove that he exercised that authority in an unlawful manner. Ozzy Lewan NPR news, new York Attorney General Jeff Sessions is defending his deputy rod Rosenstein, Philip Martin of member station w. g. b. h. reports sessions used an appearance in Boston today to stand by Rosenstein who's facing an. Impeachment effort by House Republicans rod Rosenstein overseas special counsel Robert, Muller's, Russia investigation would sessions recused themselves from, last year Rosenstein has. Been a target of criticism from President Trump and House Republicans with members of the house freedom caucus looking to push, the deputy g. out of office over what they say has been a lack of cooperation in their counter investigation of the Muller probe but sessions applauded Rosenstein and urge congress to focus on the border instead my deputy rod Rosenstein is highly capable I have the highest confidence in him sessions was in town. To announce the arrest of, unauthorized immigrants accused of fraud and other crimes I'm Phillip Martin for NPR news in Boston. Vice-president Pence is demanding, Turkey release an American pastor who is now under house arrest accused, of supporting a failed coup two years ago release pastor Andrew Brunson now or be prepared to face the consequences Brunson was held in Jail for nearly. Two years President Trump is, threatening sanctions encore, calls the, threat unacceptable, this is NPR from k. q. e. d. news. I'm Jeremy Siegel governor Jerry Brown is declaring a state of emergency in Mariposa county due to the, massive wildfire there the blazes forced Yosemite officials to close Yosemite valley and the won't area of the park until Sunday you're seventy spokesman Scott Gettleman says the evacuation, of the parks most popular area will likely have a significant financial. Impact, on a busy typical summer day like. Today we'd have over three hundred campsites Paul up campers we'd have all the hotels and lodges Paul, restaurants given the fact that none. Of that is happening is both an economic. Impact in an impact to the, visitors the Ferguson fire has now scorched more than, forty three thousand acres and it's twenty seven percent, contained the Muny system in San Francisco is experiencing a high level. Of delays and cancellations This summer because the agency hasn't kept up with driver training. Needs that's according to a, report from the San Francisco. Examiner here's reporter Joe FitzGerald Rodriguez there were transit. Planners who. Knew hey. We're buying new trains we're buying new buses and we're gonna shut down one hundred year old. Twin peaks tunnel for two months and run buses instead the transit division sought common and yet the. Training division it. Just didn't gel they didn't train enough people, in time and now there's a shortage about Rigas says things may improve when the twin. Peaks tunnel reopens at the end of next month but some..
Kinda Funny Games Daily
Life Is Strange developer's next game, Twin Mirror, looks dark and surreal
"Number five another announcement for you this is the latest playstation announcement remember playstation all week has been going on playstation blog at eight am saying crazy stuff we knew today it would be they'd announced a new playstation four game today we know it's twin mir the new game from don't not that's right vampire vampire whatever the fuck you call it and life is strange number one hears from the playstation blog arena an exciting story driven adventure game twin mirrors a compelling journey that explores the elements of choice in hypocrisy while paving a players way towards the conclusion of their investigation as band i name co entertainment's i four or four a into adventure narrative incher games twin mirrors brought to you by not entertainment the minds behind the award winning title life is strange true truth duality and polarity will all become factors players dictate their future through personal choices while investigating the town the protagonists calls home twin mir is a psychological thriller wrapped around investigation where your memories choices and relationships will determine same's complicated fate as he comes to term with heartbreak homecoming and the perpetual struggle adulthood same only your help exploring eight dark but emotional adventure where the line between truth in deception is blurred do you think they just took twin peaks and black mayor and just put them together maybe because a lot of the sounds like that yeah no no no i think you know you're talking about good narrative adventure that's the stuff you want you know what i mean twenty nineteen for that one what'd you think.