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"two previous episodes" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

07:34 min | 2 months ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on Backlisted

"Watch and learn nothing you know i can. I just give you a quick example of the might to originals. I'm putting them together. Because they make music anything like one another but they do have something in common a mine mighty on nico as in the the. He sang briefly with the velvet underground and then went on to have a controversial career Books biographies just been published about nico which have been talking about lot listed which i absolutely enjoy very much and also kate bush's my other true original and the thing that you can tell why their originals their female artists working in a medium which cannot keep up with what they want to do that pop music its respective areas of the late sixties and the mid to late seventies is barely able to keep up with the innovations that those two female artist wants to make both sonically and in terms of the things that they're writing about and the other reason why you know that they are true. Originals is because they both have to put up with blokes laughing at them because they don't understand what they're doing right as it took years for for those artists in their own way to achieve respect from the establishment which in terms of wrote music is obesity. quite a a male a infused environments So i like unique yet. She found this quite a tricky. You know to think of people who are original role and people who all reconstituting things in an original way. That's a distinction. I think of people that i could make a genuine argument for saying no. That before. It wasn't just a rebuild in an exciting way it was a a built from the ground up. That's success conflated with influence. So she may well have got her influence from a folk singer who sang something similar like that and that sort of music in our is those. It's it copies and takes him bubbles over so it's very difficult to say somebody's truly original. They may not have got success with it. But that and that's the difference. I do think you would kind of nudging something when you say you couldn't imagine it being i mean when you say lynch in contemplation. Anyone you know you're in lynch film fairly quickly. I think you know you're reading. Blake as it. You know that you you know. I don't think anybody could have written In the way angela carter. Many people have tried it anything that that that is a kind of sun raw. You know it's it's a you know. We haven't talked about. Bo talked about miles davis. We haven't talked to those artists who continually reinventing themselves. It's it's some. I suppose as to what there's either you have your own idiom or you just keep changing idiom and changing it and changing it and changing. It must be a lot of people who just unsuccessful and because the week on understand it a bit like the music that was recorded laura unlocked by gulf. Yeah we we. Just don't understand now. Blake for a long time yet. Deficit mean the process of wedded. New idea appears on a resistance to it. Because as i say we don't have a name for it we con- framework to understand it It's context for it. It does need sort of a group of supporters that does the I saw retry sort of build around. It's like the culture was like the immune system it. It doesn't want new things coming into it because they might be bad so triazole fight them off And it needs new things need to sort of prove that worth almost. They initially just rejected in a dismissed But at the something there the something there than enough people will of form around it and become cheerleaders advantage and give it a framework. Give it away of thinking about it. So that eventually can't into the bloodstream of the culture and enrich everyone And just having name become noble and that and just accepted as part of how things. Aw after eventually. That's the process. Well let's hear recording now. It's take us out the main shirtless. Recoiling of william blake. No willie blake. I'm afraid no less. You shooting from steve it to take out so as well as the secret. History of where and when certain ideas first appeared in science and philosophy heart originally as a creativity manual and a good bit of sats on. It's a book but behaves luckily liquid but explodes like a solid. I'm steve i and if you go to unbound dot co dot. Uk will explore this crunchy terrain together. Sometimes holding hands sometimes pointedly ignoring each other covetously. Dodging now scarce supplies of kendall men cake. Join me for so okay now. It's time for us to return to our own. Lives ready to dive into fishing pools of rediscovered self respect. You thanks to joan. For having the chops to choose this book to nikki birch for baking it work in four dimensions unto unbound for pelting us with the angry fitches. I'd like to thank steve For helping us deliver an episode which may or may not be a parody of a normal episode. I go up there. You can download or one hundred and forty two previous episodes plus follow links clips and suggestions for further reading by visiting our website that listed dot. Fm and we're always pleased if you contact us on twitter and facebook and now in sound and pictures on instagram to you can also show you directly by supporting patriot. Patriot dot com forward slash blacklisted. We aim to survive without paid for advertising. So your general. St houses do that patrons get to hear bat listed episodes early and considering the less than you'd make betting on a man wrestling with alive skeleton lot listeners. Get two extra Month aversion of an island where we three only taxi an open the lush jungle of our hearts to share the site sounds and words that rain down on us lawlessness also get hit. The names read out on the show as a mark of our thanks and appreciation. And this week's batch. Aw mazaroli. I'm gonna say mazaroli g think jim rally let me know. If i got that wrong mas- rally suzanne just in sam wigglesworth matthew bt caroline man. Before i hand over to june Mitchelson let me ask. John hicks anything else. She wished to say on the topic of hall. The original steve ayla originality. Or anything else. I've just well got to leave the less words to steal it and my favorite fenton entire book is not mentioned by any of you in all of that which are shocked by. I would still let so. It gives me an excuse to read outs. But before but thanks for tunis really enjoyed. This is just a greater. My sentence from the book is it's less disturbing to have a spider climbing to your mouth than to have one climate Thank you not brilliant note. We have to go so folks. Thank you for listening and for your support. We'll be back in fort..

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:47 min | 2 months ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Needed dentist because we will take great care of your friends. I was sitting there just in awe and a howard. That was remarkable. And by the way i borrowed that from him. When when i approach carly many years ago said carly you do your job. Incredibly well record everything about changing careers. Here's my card. I didn't take out. Three i took but howard said heck. I'm doing marketing everywhere. I go and everyone needs a dentist. And i want her to know that our practice welcomes new patients and she probably has friends that are looking for a dentist and we'd love to see him all right. So there's that tip from howard friend so identify. Don't be shy about. Make sure you have business cards. They still they're still use in this digital world for analysts business cards. Pull them out complement. The person narran. You do your job incredibly. Well maybe you're at a car rental agency you know at the at the airport at your at your local airport. You're amazing you do. Your job really welfare. Everything about changing kerr's can call. We're always looking for bright people. You have the very least another person in town is going to have a positive impression of a dentist absolutely. We are like you know people who generally appreciate us we do. Well maybe you got a patient and maybe you get a life time. Employees absolute leg. You probably yes. Let me go to the next question. Getting tell me more about how to apply disc in my hiring. Yes so the disk is a really powerful tool it's addicts disc personality style dnc And the best way to learn more about that is by listening to our two previous episodes The first one We had The world authority in this concept of disk and we had him as a guest on the show and he did a great job of explaining what disc is all about and how to apply it in dentistry and we use it in my practice. We use a two ways. We use it with our team to learn better how to work together because really helps you understand how people see the world and once you understand how people see the world that allows you to interact with them more effectively But we also use it with our patients. Of course we don't ask our patients to take a disc test That would be inappropriate by the way that world and his name is chris. La curto chris'll colonel. And so we did an interview with chris and he shared all the nuances and details about a disk and more recently near new and i did an interview about how diskin can literally be a game changer in the dental practice the second way we use it as with our with our patients where we identified their disc type and then we.

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Movie is very well suited for a clip show style trailer because it has a lot of great elements in it that are only in the loosest possible way strung together by plot logic. Mostly just how can we fit together. These setpiece ideas that the boss had. Yeah in the trailer travel trailers. It shows you all the cool stuff in film but it does a great job of selling it and ultimately the story of metal storm is a story of successfully selling an idea. Even if the idea hasn't completely been developed yet okay well. Let's explore that story of metal storm by getting into the cast of characters all right Well the we've already mentioned the director. The director is charles band. Four nineteen fifty one. We've discussed his bio on two previous episodes because he he directed transfers to and he was producer on robot jock much exit. Yeah so go back and listen to those if you if you want to hear more about the band family just brief. He's the man behind. I empire international pictures in full moon features and full moon features. Still going strong today so this movie came out. In what year was it. Nineteen eighty-three that seems about right. That's right eighty-three a big year for three d films as we'll discuss here shortly now the again that blu ray edition of metal storm from shell factory or maybe scream factory on this when sometimes it scream factory. Sometimes the shout factory at any rate one of the same company. It's really good. It has some wonderful behind the scenes stuff and they get into a little bit into how this film came to be and basically band had this basic idea for the film that was brought to him by screenwriter. Alan j adler and then band had some effective posters and one sheets put together you know hired an artist and so forth and then he started pitching the movie To a certain extent like they were it was already in production. You know like like metal storm is happening. Do you want in on metal storm okay. This reminds me very much of the cannon films approach or at least what would happen with a lot of the cannon films of this era which is a very poster i production process. You know you're kind of leaning into the marketing before the creative product is really even finished or sometimes before it's even begun. Rut yet. So i and i think that was. Also part of a bans. Strength is they. Didn't he's really good at selling this kind of stuff so You know in in some areas. I think this this totally shows with the with the finished picture. You know that a lot of ended up coming together in real time or at the last minute on an extremely tight budget and schedule maybe not tight schedule by modern standards but at the time this was a tight schedule considering all the practical stuff they were having to do in other cases watching this. I don't know it i. I was really impressed with what they were able to achieve. You know it would make mix day the results all the more impressive but At one point band pause production so that he could take he can kinds film festival and basically pitch the film so they could get enough money to finish filming it and so just about everyone involved especially.

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

04:06 min | 7 months ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"That's true. I wish i remembered the name of the restaurant because that entire experience was it was kind of those jarring. I've tried to erase it from my mind up until this moment but you and your damn columbus trip it just brings all these horrible memories back. Yeah speaking to horrible memories. Just kidding just kidding. We've been on a journey with albert. Pune man so this whole thing started because we watched the cyborg trilogy of which albert only technically directed the first one and then we kind of come back to more pune and we had a great episode with justin glow on where we talked about. Basically all things pune pune pill. The masses was wonderful. And now we're back again because these two previous episodes have sort of converged into something new now. Albert pune make cyborg and as we discussed previously edited hacked to shit and released. And it's not his original vision. Additionally after the movie is released it's pretty successful and they go on to make two sequels that we covered but our pune had no involvement but at the same time that those movies were being made he was making his own cyborg sequels often his own universe but somehow it feels like the official sequels are somehow more spiritually tied to his original vision than his actual sequels. So i if you got like a white board right now you can kind of diagram this out. The whole thing is just colossally fucking confusing. What the hell is going on with this jack. Well yeah like you mentioned a cyborg came out before cyberspace and justin mentioned this. The the story is basically the executive saddened. Watch cyborg and sheldon leonard. Chew we might recognize a director of several van. Damme's films bernie good friend of his sat in for cyborg and he didn't like what he saw. He fails to slow. It wasn't action oriented enough van. Damme look like pussy so he called a van damme and he was like you need. You need to get on. This need to fix it and van damme. Basically coal his people whoever the hell they are and they came in they took the movie off. Pune they re it to make it more action oriented etcetera. And that's that's a cyborg. No which is kind of a weird intense movie that we've talked about before the i'm quite fond of but it is still quite strange but Was won't pune wanted. He later on went back and made his own version. Kind of reedited. His old work print into sparkling hd master of cyborg so basically at every time there's a new like cuts from like sparkling hd two like dog shit vhs vhs quality to really maximize the viewing experience. Yeah this is real. Bush league stuff is like like when people were passing around like a work print version of halloween six. Maybe like five ten years ago and they're like no this. Halloween movie is good. It is unfairly maligned. It's not a colossal pilot. Shed and then not only was still bad but it was. It was this bizarre cuts to shit with like time codes on the bottom and it just totally out of focus. This fixes. everything does not fixed everything so little rough around the edges like a worse approach than even that like. I've seen that version of halloween. There's a alien three version that does something similar as well but at least those have like the courtesy and probably because the director themselves did not assemble this work print cut and weren't that attached to material. They were just kind of putting in things that fundamentally shifted the focus and change.

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

03:53 min | 8 months ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Real time Scheduling out to do that. I like local med. Local med does an amazing job of that. Where you can say you can call me like you always have to make your next appointment or you can just click on this link and schedule your next appointment online So use technology but reactivate people that are are past. Do but doctor. I think you have begun the process of solving this problem by recognizing that it's a problem. You're going to start to solve it. great first. Step the ask the question. Getting i have listened to you a thriving dentists or now On the twenty four systems for the being practice. And i want to get these systems in place in my practice. I have two specific questions. What's a reasonable time to get all twenty four systems installed which system should i- install fest and near. Let's do this. Because i imagine this will benefit more than just listener. Let's put links in the show notes again at thriving. Dennis dot com for this episode. Let's put the links to the two previous episodes. We did on the twenty four systems. You know because we cover a lot of detail. The first part one was systems one through twelve and then part two was system. Thirteen through twenty four. Let's put those links so if we have new listeners. That haven't discovered those yet. They can get access to those a banal. Let me answer the question. What's a time to get all twenty four. I'm going to share with you exactly the time. Line that we use with our clients. The timeline is a little bit delicate. Narran because i'm impatient. I want to get those twenty four systems in to date today now but if you go too fast you run the risk of not having the system fully embedded and the by product of that is you backslide quickly and pretty soon there's no resemblance of any system in place because you've backslid into oblivion deming sense. Yeah so what. We share with our clients a reasonable goal. You can go faster if you like. But a reasonable goal is to systems a month. So if you get to the end of the year you've got all twenty four systems in place. That's now you could go a little faster if you like or you could go a little bit slower if you like but that's a reasonable goal but always make sure that you are doing a good job of keeping the system embedded in your practice so that it doesn't just evaporate into ether and one of the best ways to do that is assigned a systems champion for each system. Someone that's in charge of making sure that that system remains embedded installed and functioning optimally in your practice so a year would be a reasonable timeframe. Now let me answer the second part of the question Which system should i- install. I again this is a very very important question. There's some science and some art. Today's and the science is we want to install. The systems are going to get the best results right. Yes but the art form is. You don't want to start with a very complex system because you might get stuck in the quicksand you might get stuck in the mud in some of the systems are very complex. So i recommend we start with a couple of the easier systems so we can build some system success in the practice. So i'm gonna list four for you to start. I'm going to number them. They're numbered in the in the episode. So they're not numbered in order. But what i'm going to share with. You is the number that i would suggest you put them. In order system number one would be a number ten which is a system to collect more. Google reviews so that'll be the very first system..

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Beauty Brains

The Beauty Brains

04:06 min | 8 months ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Beauty Brains

"I mean this seems to be the way you make money in the beauty business. You go on you. Look you look at the market like Theresa may where the dm hanson. We'll see you J. n. j. is getting sued for claiming that the they're in oil free product. And you see this one yeah. They're getting sued they're there. They made a claim oil free and someone is suing them because some of the materials in there they're not called oils but they are oil-soluble so that s pretty crazy. But i think we'll see more of those twenty twenty one. And then i here's an ingredient prediction for you right Lung for lebanon to make its way into skin-care do you not lebanese heard of it. I am greek orthodox and i have some eastern orthodox friends. So you must know that. I'm pronouncing it wrong or something. Lebanon lebanon okay redneck. I saw this middle eastern food That's sort of a cross between cheese and yogurt. And i think that's gonna be a new thing that people put into skin care. I am cool. See more. I don't know about this but i definitely think we'll start to see more food. Type items. the yogurts mill. you know. Get back into skin care for that. That cross functional approach of. It's good in your kitchen. Must be good for your skin. Well it's it's a pretty common thing to happen. Where ingredient gets hot in the food area than it gets transported into the cosmetic area and then my final prediction. Your new venture is gonna be a rip roaring success. Well now. I hope that's true. I hope that's true. I'll say this you'll make more sales than you did last year. Always so positive there you go just like my blood type. I tend to agree with your predictions. I mean for me. it's hard. I actually talked to co worker work today. They were on a mental webinar mental predictions for the year. And you know just by the time consumer see these trends come to market their like so two years ago for us a waterless. Beauty is becoming big. Guess what that was a trend prediction on our end of the world. In two thousand seventeen in. It's just coming to market so we'll we'll see. Actually what what happens. Yeah indeed well. That's my predictions Do you have you have any predictions for this coming year. Now any additional now No yeah i agree all right. Let's move onto the next one well early news but a little bit of who owns what we've played that before on the show and we're not gonna play today but Someone in haley on instagram contacted me and asked her if we could point her two previous episodes of her podcasts. Where we have covered. You know who is who and who owns what sure editor who acquired who and all that kind of stuff in the beauty industry and when i was looking back through our shows we actually never covered that fully in one episode but we have talked about it here and there and kind of sprinkled throughout our episodes so I just wanted to do a quick. Rundown of who the big players are in the industry. And what we do when we want to know who owns why is honestly reduce use google. We google blank brand parrot company or brand privately owned or we go to basically the the top ten or twelve big players in the industry and look at what brands they own You know maybe you know. We're not sure. But it's readily findable on the internet pretty much. Yeah and we'll share a link but there's a website called beauty packaging dot com. That does every year.

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"So Heaven's Gate if you have not caught up or if you are new to the series or haven't listened to any of it, I highly suggest you start with Heaven's Gate Episode One Origins and then episode two was on the road and back again. So let's get into it again catch up on the two previous episodes if you have not so picking up where we left off in the last episode. We are now in nineteen Seventy-Six Marshall Applewhite and Bonnie Lou Nettles were struggling with maintaining power over the group as we discussed last week because many of the members were growing tired of all of the strict rules. Their diet was controlled they were eating for the most part bread-and-butter three times a day. They weren't allowed to smoke drink a fraud or knives with other members and they weren't certainly were not allowed to have sex with one another song. What's the point of living? I mean other than just Brad get the bread the alone for me would be worth it three times a day. I may join on that alone. Oh you suck. Out here. So Bonnie and Marshall had to make a move. They had to make a power move. So they sent their members away to meditate and proselytize and instructed them to meet back in Wyoming in two months time and members did. In fact return. Although most of them left there like screw this noise. I need some socks. Well, I mean who doesn't right? They were 150 or some members and now they're back down to say 60 or 70 after the remaining members reconvened in Wyoming. They once again went back out on the road and Marshall Applewhite primarily took them to what he called good energy states like Arizona, that's not good energy. I want to let everyone unless you find yourself in this one place and Sedona and it's a one-inch square of found in Arizona. I can't tell you there's good energy. Yeah, California and Colorado and again, they did the same thing. They lived at camp grounds. They picked up their old habits of menial job. And panhandling for.

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"Esther reacted strangely because she knew he was her soulmate, but she didn't want to freak him out by telling him the truth. She's like a psycho until I. Keep this under wraps and the disturbed. Yeah, that's amazing. Look at ten dollar bills and how they get circulated. The chances of one ending up like that are astronomical. That needs to be turned into a movie that story it should be a hallmark, and you make it a Christmas movie. That'd be so cool with flashbacks. And that is the story Polit Sean. Did Not encounter that one at all. I didn't know anything about that, so my next story is quite a bit more famous, and like I said he can fight it on one of those top ten lists but I still find it really crazy and weird interesting. some claim that there's a whole conspiracy behind this rather than just coinate coincidence, we'll see I'm talking about the strange coincidences between Abraham Lincoln and John F Kennedy I know I decide title for this but I. Know Nothing about this. Yeah, well what I read it. It was following Kennedy's assassination that list of these coincidences came out leading to that conspiracy theory that both assassinations were. Were somehow related Oh. Oh my God, so let's actually start at the end of their lives as we know. Both presidents were assassinated a and succumbed to a gunshot to the head Lincoln of course shot by John Wilkes booth while attending the play at Ford's theatre, while Kennedy was writing the Lincoln motorcade that was made by Ford when he was shot by Lee Harvey Oswald Oh Shit. Sa- both assassins went by three names and their names both have fifteen letters. Also they both committed their crimes in the buildings of of horror. They worked after shooting. The president's both we both of them with a Colt revolver booth, ran from the theater to warehouse, and Oswald ran from a warehouse to theater Oh my God both assassins happen to be around the same age, same ethnicity same high and had the same color is in hair. Both assassins were killed prior to their trial. In both cases, the president's wives were at their sides of the time of the assassination, which both took place on a Friday preceding a major holiday. Lincoln, before Easter Sunday and Kennedy on Thanksgiving Week. A Lincoln a secretary named Kennedy and Kennedy had a secretary. Wow both who had warned the president not to go to the place of their demise on the night of his assassination. Lincoln was sitting in box seven at the theater Kennedy's car happened to be the number seven in the motorcade. both of their deaths occurred in place with initials Ph, Lincoln at Peterson, House and Kennedy in Parkland Hospital. so that a lot of coincidence as it relates to their SAS nations, but how about the lives? Parkland, I volunteered at Parkland hospital. Yeah! well to start their last name both contained seven letters. Lincoln and Kennedy were both elected in the House of Representatives in forty six one hundred years apart. Wow, also one hundred years apart fifty-six, both lost the vice president nomination, and in sixty, both were elected to the presidency. Damn Their successors were both named Johnson who were both in born in. Only you guessed it one hundred years apart, and both presidents were in their thirties when they married their wives both twenty four at the time of marriage with their wives, they both fathered four children, and both lost one of those children, while in the White House under quite different circumstances, but nonetheless God in regards to Health Kennedy, had a genetic disease called Addison's disease. Lincoln had had marfan disease also genetic disease. So as you can see, the list goes on and on, but I have one to add to the list I kind of realized this morning. On Your own. Oh, in two previous episodes in the past I've done stories both on Lincoln rumored. I do and Kennedy The Butterfly Effect. which was in no way intentional? I did that and I didn't make the connection until after my research that's. Yeah, so you even done episodes on one of them separately. That's super cool, so those are the strange coincidences between Kennedy and Lincoln Wow. That's awesome I wonder. I think actually kind of ties into my debunk actually perfect now i. what I could do is I could talk a little bit if I wanted to about the book at Pogo The blong. Name, Pin Pimm we're calling it now. Pim Pim cubed. But the thing is that even those four three or four things were like Oh my God. That's bridge unbelievable. Well from what I read, the story has liked. The book has like ghosts. And lots of silliness, and so there are so many discrepancies between the book and Real Life Poe himself later, even referred to the book as Ridiculous And so. But instead of Montauk about all that because I'm going to talk about coincidence itself and its threat found this deep on, so we're going to consider my debunk. Here's a little bit longer, but I think it's really interesting so I consider an example k. you live in. Phoenix right, but you're sitting in a coffee shop in Australia. To first trip there you're glancing through an old magazine. You see an ad for a movie. It's a romantic film that you took your ex to on your first date. Now broken up several years ago. Now reminded by the movie ad in the magazine on the other side of the world. You're suddenly kind of wonder about that relationship. At that very moment. Your ex walks into the coffee shop and Australia. That'd be crazy. Neither of you had any idea that other was traveling in this country. She's traveling alone. He or she unattached. He or she is amazed and thrilled to see you and the improbability of that encounter add trinity to the majority both feel about maybe renewed. Hope or something right now. That sounds like that's destiny like there's there's no way that's coincidence, but this leads us to something called hindsight bias. Hindsight bias is about judging the probability of the event after the fact, so it happens, and then you relate it to. Something else is basically you're pondering the odds going backwards, so instead of looking at the lottery and being like we're the odds that the numbers are going to be this. The events happened, and you're looking at the probability that could have happened, but in reverse now it says you. Know, let's say if you specifically predicted in advance that you said she's going to walk into the copy shops. She's going to come here. Addition premonition than that would be really really wild, and even says that, but without that says a priori prediction you have merely observed the probability of any very subjectively resonate quiz, and it's occurring at any time, and I want to explain this a bit more and because article was. was even like. Let's look at this, so we're going to look at an alternate example. K. Rather than the event we just talked about. Let's imagine a different scenario. Okay, so you're. Ex never walks into that coffee shop. So you finish your trip, you return home from Australia. You're walking in a dog park and you're very deep in thought reflecting on that relationship, and how maybe you blew your chances to commit. And just as your absorbed in these feelings of regret, you literally run into another friendly Dog Walker who initiates casual conversation. Your charmed by this stranger you discover you had a lot in common and this time you play your your cards. Right struck by the timing of that I, encounter, because it's like the universe is giving you a second chance. Well both scenarios could happen as could an infinity number of scenarios, an infinite number of scenarios that could happened which brings us to all the things that could have happened, but didn't when we look back and think an event was meant to be. We have only mistakenly considered only the probability of that particular coincidence occurring at that time, not not probability of any possible, seemingly menial nothing about didn't happen. You're just thinking about what's happening. Exactly exactly right? So said here that the example the dog park counter. Counter didn't have to involve another relationship scenario. In order to coincidences, it could have been anything the range of permutations that you could have applied to. It are infinite right, so it comes down to is this that the probability of some kind of seemingly improbable coincidence occurring every once in a while is statistically so much higher than we realize right, because an infinite number of things can happen to us, and every once in a while, those things are going to line up some that seems improbable cause. And there's actually a lot more to the article, but it actually made me sad because it talked about synchronicity, so like debunking debt which I love so I'm going to stop there, but I thought that was really interesting talking about hindsight bias, and how you talked about the.

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

15:24 min | 2 years ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on Revisionist History

"That's listener q dot Com slash glad well in the two previous episodes. I talked about the method of moral reasoning called casuistry the Jesuit way of thinking the jesuits believed in the importance of descending into the particular of setting aside principles and engaging in the specifics of the case in question. One of the Jesuits I consulted with was a priest named James Martin Martin who spoke about one of the crucial teachings behind this idea the jesuit notion of disordered attachments the person is discerning should be like the pointer orna balance should be here. Shouldn't you shouldn't be here like you know. Someone's putting your finger in the balance. You should be ready. I didn't send it yeah and then you're ready to listen to things which is is a great insight. <hes> we'll say so basically nation says that.

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Surely would like to honor our listeners who have left review or sent us a voice message by ridi in a written review or playing one of the voice messages that we've received breed w love rights shaleen continues to come at her audience with the raw related materials jeez i just love her a keep to yourself and your visions always shaleen you have such eight golden heart will go into the shalini show julian is the new york times bestselling author celebrity fitness trainer in obsessed with helping you lose your dream life all right let's get to work this episode is all about finding your magical sweet spot that perfect hour of the day for you to as gary vander chuck would say crush it you might be interested to know that this is these third episode in a series series i've been doing unfocused inefficiency no don't worry you can listen to them in any order so it's not like you're gonna get messed up by listening to this one and not having listened to these two previous this episode has been designed to help you identify which hour of the day is your power hour the time of the day where you are best able the focus now you understand how to maximize that time and protect your creativity and get the mental mo jo anti getting done what normally people take three to four hours did you you'll be able to do that in one hour if you know what that time is and then of course if if you apply the steps from my previous episodes on how to create an environment that allows you to focus now just a recap if you haven't listened to those two previous episodes the first one was how to organize your brain and that one really helped you understand understand the neuro science like what's happening in our brains how're environments and technology have changed tremendously dramatically and are brains have not involved at the same base as technology surprise surprise and then in the following episode i talked about all the ways that you can really master you're environment like yet technology is very distracting but there are things we can and should be doing if we don't wanna spend the entire day working working now the moment.

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Televerse

The Televerse

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Televerse

"Luca and Jay get dispatched like two hours out of Chicago to go, be a Pulver present pull monitor representatives to for a special election in a hotly contested district and some, some coach show basically folks there to white supremacists to suppress people from voting by showing up in their red vests, and making hubbub everything and things escalate, very quickly over the course of nj punches, a Richard Spencer. Ask red coat and the J also gets like a little soliloquy as the shows want at this point that happens all he's like walking towards the camera. The camera like polls walks away from him while this riot happens in the background. And again, it's all like very Shakespearian asked Henry that sort of thing of a riling cry. Like no. Sometimes you need a punch Nazis. And so that's, that's the Nazi that gets punched into that side of the episodes really good. The main reason I want to mention this is that it feels like the show's facing my out mum like actually officially phasing her out to let you know she ends up getting fired from the firm, after bins in the in the and starts working at a color, lawyer tout. Tell Tele line and isn't able to make is worried on making ends meet Diane sets up with a couple of interviews. But none of the interviews, basically one of the of uses hiring for basically, six months, and then another one isn't hiring for a month. Maybe. And so there's a scene with her in lucre at the end of the episode that basically ends with we were just worked friends and door closes end the implication, being that my is gone if my is not gone gun because they've. Confirmed that she's still in the show season. Yeah. But. Given the fact that she was not in any of the promotional materials like the key art and everything that was printed out for like posters, and everything. People are pretty sure that she's done, and there was also an SNL joke, about both of them being out of work. Okay. She and kit Harrington, both being out of work. Okay. So it's the location being that my is pretty much done, which makes sense, given the fact that they just never known what to do with her. But also the fact that this show rejig itself real drastically specially season two and didn't know what to do with her. So I'm curious about what you think going forward on one of the reason to watch is that you get a duet of prince from Diane and Liz, in this episode sing raspberry beret, and it's fucking delightful, of course. Yeah it's so good. And it's but we also still have to deal with the fact that Michael Sheen's weird wrote road. Coen slash Alba. Keno impression is now here full time. And I'm not crazy about this. So we'll see how that goes for the rest of the season but it's not great. But yeah, so there's a number of they're really interesting things happening around like with Julius and Mersa have some really good stuff that's going on over the over these two previous episodes. So there's a lot of really good stuff so happening on the show. I'm waiting for her to all kind of come together, but it's also just a show that every time I watch it. Now, I'm just like the shows a solve and a ball, sometimes and just by how weird sometimes willing to be. So I'm still really really enjoying it. Okay. Do you have any thoughts on the Jillian? Margaret showed. I mean. I appreciate wanted to get paid what you think you deserve to get paid. But I also think you're going to streamer from broadcast you, you don't you don't get the same pay. That's not how this works. You think Michael sheen went, I expect sure time money. No. He didn't say I spent Showtime. Yeah, yeah, I'm thirty rock guests star money. Yeah. Well, and like. Yes. Julia Margulis is like launched the show that launched the show..

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Serve in on here with Alex from celsius network. Alex. Would you please introduce yourself? I know you've been on two previous episodes, and I was actually asked by our listeners to get you back on and have some follow up questions. So. Sure. So i'm. Born in the Ukraine. And basically to what back used to be the Soviet Union, right? A real communism. You know, no food on the streets lines everywhere. Grumpiness royal. So that's like socialism rights. I went to high school there and the military, and then came to the United States about thirty years ago did seven startups of the founder, so it was like a, you know, those country was made for me. I was just amazing place where you could just concussion idea in complete strangers say, yeah, we love it. Let's go and build it. Let's go and make it happen. So. Raised a billion dollars for the seven companies and. And over three billion in exits. So try to retirement and worked for me. And in this crypto got the crypto bog somewhere around two thousand thirteen in in you realize the more recently that unless we really build something to replace the banks, which I think is the killer app or the very unique thing that the blockchain can do better than anything else. We're not going to scale and the whole thing's just going to collapse. And we're going to be telling our grandchildren about how we had this amazing opportunity to decentralize the world, and we. You know, drop the baton on that. So that's. I'm only on the tumble in lock chain. No Molen on the replacing the banks with something that acts in your best interest is their story behind Harry, I got into crypto. Yes. So if you look at our. Management team. We have Scutt store Neta who credited with inventing the blockchain thirty years ago on a lot of people at conferences, very famous people keep going up on stage and saying satori, invented the blockchain, and what scratching my head saying my God, how little people know, you know, so TV work on get or. Yeah. He he he man Stewart. How're of biscuit, created the first month Mirko tree in at Bellcore, which was part of the like the scientific park in jersey developing stuff for the phone companies back in nineteen ninety one. Nice. So this is a pseudo were other parts of what we today. Call bitcoin. The parts that were developed by other people already created in the seventies and eighties. But I think he kind of put the first fully functioning more country. An actually ran the blockchain the awhile just the demonstrate the whole capability. So so we are we tapped into his knowledge and wisdom and really added him to kind of help us always jokes. Look any problems. We're thinking about he's thinking about the thirty. A year. So. You know, we're just running a few years behind it. But so I one of my friends. Showed me Satele. She's paper in two thousand ten than I dismissed it. Because it was so inefficient and slow and consume so much electricity that you know, I'm inefficiency freak rides everything for me is faster better cheaper. And this was the opposite of all right? The slowest database ever invented by man than required all the electrons on the planet. In choir the tremendous amount of electronics ity, and and energy to basically keep operating. So so it was almost like the opposite of what I believe in. And that's what I'm saying. Like, it's it's not good for everything. All these people who are trying you know, there's like two thousand experiments, right? Cambridge explosion of experiments ICO's and VC money. Trying to find the one thing that the bitcoin on the blockchain is good at. And I think that's what celsius is doing. So well, because I think we are touching the one thing that could be implemented better cheaper faster. A for everybody on the planet. Nice. And I was going to say that I'm a host of Nick theory face podcast. And rumor has it that decentralized finance is essentially the new killer app of this current year..

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on Still Queer as Folk

Still Queer as Folk

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on Still Queer as Folk

"Ought not to resort to try musical theater. References at the eleventh hour, but I've been through Nixon Reagan to bushes, and I'm still here. Still queerest folk. You're listening to the still clear, so podcast reach weeping. Take in episode of Showtime's clear spoke TV show, find out if it still holds up fifteen years, I'm Patrick Randall. And I'm Dominquez this is the season finale of season three so please give us a five star rating or review or a social media like wherever you happen to find us. Make sure you find us on Instagram and Twitter at still create f and on Facebook ad still Chris folk we also have a website where you can leave us. A message either written or voicemail it's a play on the air. And that's still curse folk dot com slash Hello. This episode is called the election, though. Half of the episode had nothing to do with the election. Absolutely nothing. It's episode number fourteen of season three and it's the season. Finale if I aired in the US on June twenty second two thousand three it was directed by Kelly making this is the third of eleven episodes directed by Kelly. And I have a small correction to make in two previous episodes of still queer as folk we referred to Kelly make an as female, he is in fact, male our apologies. Whoops, smaller and professional podcast in. Yes. So for the third time show runners and executive producers, Ron Cohen and Dan Lipman road. Both the story and tell play for the season. Finale. I always hate these when they write the toll play and the story, although I'm sure when we get into their things I wasn't not mad about in this episode. Yeah. I think these episodes just end up being slightly more preachy when Conan Lebanon are doing all the writing. I would definitely agree with that statement. Here's what happened in the election from queers folk the book in Matt this is the last time we will be quoting from correspondent the book. It ends at season three. There was no season four season five it was just over. Oh boy. Liberty avenue takes on a colorless existence. Under stockwell's rain as Debbie continues to enlist voters, literally colorless Brian sells off most of his possessions to pay for an anti stock while TV ad campaign and voter turnout in the liberty avenue. Christine leads to stockwell's downfall. Melanie worries about miscarriage because of family history. But makes it through first trimester. That's right. She's pregnant. Oh, yes. He's he's gotta take it easy here. Remember, no more work for the woman, Ammon refuses to go back to Ted who hits rock bottom and enters rehab where he runs into Blake Wysocki one of his counselors hunters horrible mom shows up with the cops to take them away forcing Michael to take the kid on the run stopping only to get Brian's last worldly, possession his car. The election had the highest IMDB rating of the season coming in at nine point zero eighty four percent of people writing this episode gave it an eight nine or a ten. I didn't quite. Think it was that good? I thought it was right around seven good solid seven. I could guarantee you that the high rating comes from the somewhat happy ending of the stock will storyline. Yeah. The Indian was at once uplifting and at not once bizarre. So we'll be talking about that. Throughout this podcast. This episode actually was structured strangely. I will call it. It didn't really have a b or c stories that it really just had three acts in one runner. So the we split it up into those acts in the first act is Brian in the election. We see that Pittsburgh has descended into a black and white shadow of its former self. Yes, right at the moment that a gay couple is walking down the street and sees cops they break apart. And then we are given more black and white. I it was more sepia tone, but then turns into a black and white of colors draining. Yes. From liberty avenue and from the episode to be such a magical kingdom spice fares. Now, it's like watching wizard of Oz. Cops in the streets. Cops in the bars cops in the clubs. It's fucking depressing. The cops now I was one hundred percent on board with this episode being in black and white. And I was like what I get it. I get the context of the metaphor. You're going for and lasted for one scene to scenes came back at the end at the very end. We'll see here's my thing though. I think the entire episode being that close existence. They should have committed to it much. Preferred everything happening in black and white until the very end. It wasn't a very good black and white. I mean, there's the flat. Yeah. There's no contrast to so. Yeah. So I just I was it was jarring for me that then after the initial opening scene that it just went back to color. I liked it at first mostly because I've been exploring that private dick film Nawar look in my non podcasting Harvey work. So as soon as it went black and white. I was like, whoa. Okay. Cool. And then I'm like. Yeah. You would've thought the DP would have given it more dimension. It was. Yeah. I was just kinda gimmicky. It's like the life has been sucked out of liberty avenue. We know you don't have to give us a little q. And again, that's why would have been more. Okay. If the entire episode of just been in black and white just come into the whole thing is that a making just like we're going to get a stick for the opening scene. And then don't we will go back to the regular? There's a quick reminder that the show is fifteen years old when we see Brian on packaging has five thousand dollar fifty inch television liquid television liquid television. Yes. Let's talk about dating this show, and this moment, and of course, the first thing to play on. It would be Brian Stockwell commercials. What a coincidence which Justin literally says. He says, it's almost Dickensian. And it's like the show in this moment becomes self aware. And recognizes like, yes, we know. It's a coincidence. We're doing this on purpose. And I feel this episode references itself as the show goes on as the episode goes on gay as blazes which is cancelled we found that out in the last of it. And so. Is become very self referential in this episode. It's fascinating somehow overnight Brian managed to put together a complete counter. Add on April eleventh two thousand two Jason Kemp age nineteen was murdered his body left in a dumpster less than a month after Jason Kemp's murder. Police chief stock will suspend the investigation citing lack of evidence five days later chief stuck Will's former partner sergeant Kenan record unexpectedly resigns force one year later DNA testing links Kenneth record to Jason Kim on the night. He was murdered the next day. Police sergeant Kenneth record commit suicide before you elect Jim Stockwell mayor aren't there some questions you'd like answered this political advertisement paid for by concerned citizens for the truth. How did he put together this ad so quickly well during access anymore? Who do we remember when he edited that photo shoot for the he's done several the PU boy, yes, Michael's photo shoot to as he just did it on MS paint renaissance man, just give them a computer, and it can change the world. But that ad. I thought was very lacklustre. It was just stating facts. I thought that that ad was a little bit more in tune with modern political ads than the first music video of stock while playing basketball, I would one hundred percent agree with that. Maybe that's all Brian can do on his own without an entire team of people. He can do some dissolves. You're right. Put some scary meals. Stop. Yeah. It was just funny to me that what we had seen lean up to the moment that this ad airs is a lot of voter apathy again, which Brian himself is totally guilty of it. You know, we we hear people say that. Oh, yeah. We think stockwell's hot. I'd do him in a sec. Second. I would. Oh, absolutely. Don't get me wrong. I think we'd all jump stock. Basketball after all and ball and gets into hot tubs. It's right in steam rooms and steam rooms, you know, this guy is totally fucking at the liberty bounce fucked. The priests maybe the gravel pit. Yeah. But I was having trouble believing that that particular ad could then capture the attention of the entire bar. Well, that was funny too where Brian just struts into the bar and commands the bartender turn off the music turn on the television. It's like he's got power in that bar. Can you do that us walk in and say turn off the music? I had been the TV on I have been drunk enough where the booth at sidetrack turn it off and well and demanded certain play aguilara. No. Well, there are a lot. So I go a lot from us ical Mondays everyone knows I'm theater artist. And I love my musicals. So at sidetrack on Mondays and Sundays and Fridays. They will do musical performances. I have our shit ton that. That they have never played. And I am at the Redmond. Like, here's all the tapes. This is what you need to start playing from now on some of my top favorites. You should really check out Lilius white who sings don't rain on my parade puts Barbara to shame in recorded. You can quote me on that. I ran into you there before on musical Monday night. Yeah. I say into the woods for you. And it wasn't just that you saying every single song. I have a strong musical theater knowledge. I think all of them. I try. So counter ad. Got me thinking about record suicide wouldn't the story have been better if record died under mysterious circumstances thusly putting a bigger shadow on stock wall. Instead, it was part of the ad two days later, Kenneth record committed suicide how is your days later, he disappeared. No. I think that show. That's no, I think that shows the mysterious nature of the action the timeline of that is very questionable. But a murder would have been a better cover up like stockwell's covering up not one murder, but to murders his partner killed Jason camp and then Stockwell killed Kenneth. Reichert, I think that's where it would feel like reaching. And then both holes were found in Ben and Michael's window. Where hunter lives we gotta remember that this is not and order view. But this is queer as folk. So I think the suicide I love your crime drama criminal minds. Anyone? Yeah. I think the suicide. Though allows for a little more grounded nature and feels less. Conspiracy theory wasn't at least at least compared to say that he was also murdered JC Kim's murder. Murderer was also murdered days later. He he turned up dead. What has stock while hiding, right? I think the suicide says that record had no way out. Yeah. The Ryan was on the wall. So Brian apparently has no access to ready cash even after working at a high level in advertising for ten years and has to sell all of his belongings is he living paycheck to paycheck. What the fuck? My rough calculations for Brian's garage sale indicate that he could have gone pretty close to making up all the money that he spent on that ad. So he says that he spent one hundred grand on it twenty thirty seconds spots. His paintings is by Attila. Richard Lukacs easily worth fifty thousand dollars just in calls it the naked guy. I'm sorry. Our student Justin his Italian made motor so phys. It least fifteen thousand has mies van der Rohe table three thousand his new liquid television. We already know spy thousand so that's seventy five K there alone. And he paid a hundred K for the spots. He's not that destitute any maxed out five gold cards. Yeah. So he didn't even pay for it with cash, he's on a repayment schedule with interest which and based on your mass sounds like he could easily pay off at least four those cards. Sure done I did like assertion withdrawal symptoms. So I thought that was a clever line. It was just a little kind of silly that he has to sell all of his belongings for dramatic purpose. He's left with nothing with his amazing law department. The

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on Still Queer as Folk

Still Queer as Folk

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on Still Queer as Folk

"Ought not to resort to try musical theater. References at the eleventh hour, but I've been through Nixon Reagan to bushes, and I'm still here. Still queerest folk. You're listening to the still clear, so podcast reach weeping. Take in episode of Showtime's clear spoke TV show, find out if it still holds up fifteen years, I'm Patrick Randall. And I'm Dominquez this is the season finale of season three so please give us a five star rating or review or a social media like wherever you happen to find us. Make sure you find us on Instagram and Twitter at still create f and on Facebook ad still Chris folk we also have a website where you can leave us. A message either written or voicemail it's a play on the air. And that's still curse folk dot com slash Hello. This episode is called the election, though. Half of the episode had nothing to do with the election. Absolutely nothing. It's episode number fourteen of season three and it's the season. Finale if I aired in the US on June twenty second two thousand three it was directed by Kelly making this is the third of eleven episodes directed by Kelly. And I have a small correction to make in two previous episodes of still queer as folk we referred to Kelly make an as female, he is in fact, male our apologies. Whoops, smaller and professional podcast in. Yes. So for the third time show runners and executive producers, Ron Cohen and Dan Lipman road. Both the story and tell play for the season. Finale. I always hate these when they write the toll play and the story, although I'm sure when we get into their things I wasn't not mad about in this episode. Yeah. I think these episodes just end up being slightly more preachy when Conan Lebanon are doing all the writing. I would definitely agree with that statement. Here's what happened in the election from queers folk the book in Matt this is the last time we will be quoting from correspondent the book. It ends at season three. There was no season four season five it was just over. Oh boy. Liberty avenue takes on a colorless existence. Under stockwell's rain as Debbie continues to enlist voters, literally colorless Brian sells off most of his possessions to pay for an anti stock while TV ad campaign and voter turnout in the liberty avenue. Christine leads to stockwell's downfall. Melanie worries about miscarriage because of family history. But makes it through first trimester. That's right. She's pregnant. Oh, yes. He's he's gotta take it easy here. Remember, no more work for the woman, Ammon refuses to go back to Ted who hits rock bottom and enters rehab where he runs into Blake Wysocki one of his counselors hunters horrible mom shows up with the cops to take them away forcing Michael to take the kid on the run stopping only to get Brian's last worldly, possession his car. The election had the highest IMDB rating of the season coming in at nine point zero eighty four percent of people writing this episode gave it an eight nine or a ten. I didn't quite. Think it was that good? I thought it was right around seven good solid seven. I could guarantee you that the high rating comes from the somewhat happy ending of the stock will storyline. Yeah. The Indian was at once uplifting and at not once bizarre. So we'll be talking about that. Throughout this podcast. This episode actually was structured strangely. I will call it. It didn't really have a b or c stories that it really just had three acts in one runner. So the we split it up into those acts in the first act is Brian in the election. We see that Pittsburgh has descended into a black and white shadow of its former self. Yes, right at the moment that a gay couple is walking down the street and sees cops they break apart. And then we are given more black and white. I it was more sepia tone, but then turns into a black and white of colors draining. Yes. From liberty avenue and from the episode to be such a magical kingdom spice fares. Now, it's like watching wizard of Oz. Cops in the streets. Cops in the bars cops in the clubs. It's fucking depressing. The cops now I was one hundred percent on board with this episode being in black and white. And I was like what I get it. I get the context of the metaphor. You're going for and lasted for one scene to scenes came back at the end at the very end. We'll see here's my thing though. I think the entire episode being that close existence. They should have committed to it much. Preferred everything happening in black and white until the very end. It wasn't a very good black and white. I mean, there's the flat. Yeah. There's no contrast to so. Yeah. So I just I was it was jarring for me that then after the initial opening scene that it just went back to color. I liked it at first mostly because I've been exploring that private dick film Nawar look in my non podcasting Harvey work. So as soon as it went black and white. I was like, whoa. Okay. Cool. And then I'm like. Yeah. You would've thought the DP would have given it more dimension. It was. Yeah. I was just kinda gimmicky. It's like the life has been sucked out of liberty avenue. We know you don't have to give us a little q. And again, that's why would have been more. Okay. If the entire episode of just been in black and white just come into the whole thing is that a making just like we're going to get a stick for the opening scene. And then don't we will go back to the regular? There's a quick reminder that the show is fifteen years old when we see Brian on packaging has five thousand dollar fifty inch television liquid television liquid television. Yes. Let's talk about dating this show, and this moment, and of course, the first thing to play on. It would be Brian Stockwell commercials. What a coincidence which Justin literally says. He says, it's almost Dickensian. And it's like the show in this moment becomes self aware. And recognizes like, yes, we know. It's a coincidence. We're doing this on purpose. And I feel this episode references itself as the show goes on as the episode goes on gay as blazes which is cancelled we found that out in the last of it. And so. Is become very self referential in this episode. It's fascinating somehow overnight Brian managed to put together a complete counter. Add on April eleventh two thousand two Jason Kemp age nineteen was murdered his body left in a dumpster less than a month after Jason Kemp's murder. Police chief stock will suspend the investigation citing lack of evidence five days later chief stuck Will's former partner sergeant Kenan record unexpectedly resigns force one year later DNA testing links Kenneth record to Jason Kim on the night. He was murdered the next day. Police sergeant Kenneth record commit suicide before you elect Jim Stockwell mayor aren't there some questions you'd like answered this political advertisement paid for by concerned citizens for the truth. How did he put together this ad so quickly well during access anymore? Who do we remember when he edited that photo shoot for the he's done several the PU boy, yes, Michael's photo shoot to as he just did it on MS paint renaissance man, just give them a computer, and it can change the world. But that ad. I thought was very lacklustre. It was just stating facts. I thought that that ad was a little bit more in tune with modern political ads than the first music video of stock while playing basketball, I would one hundred percent agree with that. Maybe that's all Brian can do on his own without an entire team of people. He can do some dissolves. You're right. Put some scary meals. Stop. Yeah. It was just funny to me that what we had seen lean up to the moment that this ad airs is a lot of voter apathy again, which Brian himself is totally guilty of it. You know, we we hear people say that. Oh, yeah. We think stockwell's hot. I'd do him in a sec. Second. I would. Oh, absolutely. Don't get me wrong. I think we'd all jump stock. Basketball after all and ball and gets into hot tubs. It's right in steam rooms and steam rooms, you know, this guy is totally fucking at the liberty bounce fucked. The priests maybe the gravel pit. Yeah. But I was having trouble believing that that particular ad could then capture the attention of the entire bar. Well, that was funny too where Brian just struts into the bar and commands the bartender turn off the music turn on the television. It's like he's got power in that bar. Can you do that us walk in and say turn off the music? I had been the TV on I have been drunk enough where the booth at sidetrack turn it off and well and demanded certain play aguilara. No. Well, there are a lot. So I go a lot from us ical Mondays everyone knows I'm theater artist. And I love my musicals. So at sidetrack on Mondays and Sundays and Fridays. They will do musical performances. I have our shit ton that. That they have never played. And I am at the Redmond. Like, here's all the tapes. This is what you need to start playing from now on some of my top favorites. You should really check out Lilius white who sings don't rain on my parade puts Barbara to shame in recorded. You can quote me on that. I ran into you there before on musical Monday night. Yeah. I say into the woods for you. And it wasn't just that you saying every single song. I have a strong musical theater knowledge. I think all of them. I try. So counter ad. Got me thinking about record suicide wouldn't the story have been better if record died under mysterious circumstances thusly putting a bigger shadow on stock wall. Instead, it was part of the ad two days later, Kenneth record committed suicide how is your days later, he disappeared. No. I think that show. That's no, I think that shows the mysterious nature of the action the timeline of that is very questionable. But a murder would have been a better cover up like stockwell's covering up not one murder, but to murders his partner killed Jason camp and then Stockwell killed Kenneth. Reichert, I think that's where it would feel like reaching. And then both holes were found in Ben and Michael's window. Where hunter lives we gotta remember that this is not and order view. But this is queer as folk. So I think the suicide I love your crime drama criminal minds. Anyone? Yeah. I think the suicide. Though allows for a little more grounded nature and feels less. Conspiracy theory wasn't at least at least compared to say that he was also murdered JC Kim's murder. Murderer was also murdered days later. He he turned up dead. What has stock while hiding, right? I think the suicide says that record had no way out. Yeah. The Ryan was on the wall. So Brian apparently has no access to ready cash even after working at a high level in advertising for ten years and has to sell all of his belongings is he living paycheck to paycheck. What the fuck? My rough calculations for Brian's garage sale indicate that he could have gone pretty close to making up all the money that he spent on that ad. So he says that he spent one hundred grand on it twenty thirty seconds spots. His paintings is by Attila. Richard Lukacs easily worth fifty thousand dollars just in calls it the naked guy. I'm sorry. Our student Justin his Italian made motor so phys. It least fifteen thousand has mies van der Rohe table three thousand his new liquid television. We already know spy thousand so that's seventy five K there alone. And he paid a hundred K for the spots. He's not that destitute any maxed out five gold cards. Yeah. So he didn't even pay for it with cash, he's on a repayment schedule with interest which and based on your mass sounds like he could easily pay off at least four those cards. Sure done I did like assertion withdrawal symptoms. So I thought that was a clever line. It was just a little kind of silly that he has to sell all of his belongings for dramatic purpose. He's left with nothing with his amazing law department. The

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"But they, they play it off because it's like, oh, well, everybody knows that Joshua Jackson had plans to go to Killington college. Kids go missing all the time. The dean at one point is like he's like talking to Loretta Devine, and he's like, y'all being ridiculous officer. It's the weekend costs. No one's, yeah. And I don't know if it's because we went to a state school or not, but ardine wasn't British. No. In fact, the idea of British a prestigious dean, it's the weekend, dude, take all of this down three nine this. This is like if we had a British deed, we would have been six, six. We had success out of college. Yes, we would have. We would have been something the grill now we did. We would to a state school crystal laughing. More or less heads up American dean, you know exactly if we had a British dean things might have gone a little better or we could have been killed by the urban legends. Slayer too. Two. I wanna make commend out of you. We'd hate movies, boys, design, your British dean played by John Rhys Davies today. I've dean Islam Afo that's now making a movie. It's called fat university four. You got John Davies, the second, the admissions exam way. Dr. Feted patrol. The husky universe. Fry. All of this will be right halls. Got a river gravy. One of the boys drowns it's thoughts off the investigation. There's also murder on this. Mostly of will. I would hope there's like a willy Wonka Esca grab grading factory in back. Oh, those rowdy boys of sausage house. They do the panty raid last night. Sausage house. Oh, Lord. Oh, can we talk about Alesia with tragic roommate situation? We definitely need to. There's one scene at some point in the film. She goes into her dorm room, and there is a roommate having wild sex just out in the open door, unlock no sock on the fuck this would solve her problems institute that sock position them that's universal signal, but I that's been around since the five urban legend. You're right, but, but even that, like she's turn off the light and they continue having rowdy sex dude, that's not how it works. You the one of the room. It's the cool room. Roommate having sex knocks the nerd out sleep in the fucking the mess hall. What we are privy to is like she opens the door and it's just like turn the light off. Like that guy does not stop thrusting whole. She's like fucking disc, man. She's gonna fucking busted, two dollar headphones rating, like putting like. Like Slipknot album by accident. That's not going to be able to go through his CDs, five crash into me, and that's the move I what you do is you go to another roommate's room, they're having sex. Are you don't sleep in that room? It becomes a situation. It's almost threesome at that point performing unless that's the move. It's part of it. You go for a walk for like an hour. Exactly. This roommate is played by Danielle Harris from four separate Halloween films, five, six, zombie one in four, five, zombie one and two previous episode is well on the babysitters ditch was one of the kids does she. I remember that at all. Roese great film crazy, great film. So. Hey, it's fun, but she's a Goth. We find out later scenes. Hafer half the room black. She's like, like maybe the fourth Goth in film history period and like she's a fucking nightmare because she's a Abed nasty person. She's on lithium. This is pre Ethan supply. And yeah, yes, yeah, right. Okay. She's listening to stab westward again. Escape it. We're gonna take back your card. What is that about? I mean, understand dipping your toes in it. At least you gotta even with some bow house. Well, of course, that's, that's the bottom line you need that. That's the foundation of which the house is built, or I don't know how about some sensual, Goth, fucking you've got some cure on. Maybe. Definitely also painting. Exactly. I can't do that. That's just a noise. The rules by the way are as little dollar signs every time it look at each little painting. You did by the way, try to paint over fucking black paint like that. That's at least like six coats that eggshell white brother..

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"And I think that at some point, everybody AUSSIE has to kind of look at each other and say, we all recognize that we're sitting on this nuclear bomb that we refused to us ever and why? When I look at it from the editors point of view, I am so frustrated on their behalf just because I also look at animation writers who covered by OSCE are similarly frustrated because while there's a huge range of of different professions that are covered by OSCE, many of them are folks who are going to set in doing work on that set and then going home. So they're, they're working on a production for a limited period of time on a set in the middle leaf that goes down like studio teachers, they're going home, the jobs of editors, the jobs of animation writers are not at all like those jobs. And so it's not surprising that this massive union is not looking out for their interests in the way that Debbie Jay would look out for animation, writers interests, or you know if Editors Guild could be its own union could really look. After the needs of editors. And so there's likely no way to break off the Editors Guild and let it be its own union. No, but of course, that's what they'd love to do. They can't just never going to happen. The labor laws that govern de certification in these things are impossible is this toothpaste is out of the tube, but here's what's so shocking to me if the editors did peel off became their own skill, they would be remarkably powerless because as just editors they could go on strike and then people say, okay, well, prep continues production continues post is going to be delayed, but let's see if we can bring some more editors in somehow and we'll deal. So then you could see well, Hm. What if we as editors got together with the cinematographers, then we could shut down post production will hold on a second. Let's also get together with the costume designers and the makeup designers and now preps stop, hey, let's form an international alliance. A theatrical stage employee's our number strike. And this is what blows my mind. They've solved the problem, just won't do it. And there's something rotten at the core of this union, if the if they are allowing this to happen to their members, I don't get it. I don't understand it. I don't understand that either. We will not solve it, but we will be in solidarity in in satisfied with our friends. Your said, I, I have bridge. All right. A satis related emotions? Yes. True, true. Let's direct are to a new thing that's coming up. I'm actually curious what you're thinking about this. So this past week, the department of Justice announced that they are going to be reviewing the paramount consent decrees. We've talked about this on two previous episodes, three, twenty, seven, three, forty, seven. The paramount consent decree was seventy years ago. That basically said that a motion picture studio could not also own the actual exhibition so they could not own their own theaters is breaking up that sort of vertical monopoly that students were having on ahead very specific other requirements in terms of block booking. And you could require theaters to take a whole slate of movies, a very suspicious, things that were thrown down seventy years ago. Department Justice is looking at changing these rules, Craig. What's your take on this review? It's interesting. I remember thinking when. Fin Syn went away. That was the sort of the equivalent that was where television networks couldn't produce their own content that went away and then television network started doing that. And it was not the end of the world. But I remember thinking, you know, I could see a lot of opportunity for abuse, and there have been problems particularly in the area of self-dealing where network's buy products from the studios that the parent company owns and so forth. In this case, I kind of a McCain with it because I feel like the current system is a little busted, theaters exhibitors are problematic. They have remained problematic for the film industry. They are stuck in an old model, credibly stuck in an.

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"two previous episodes" Discussed on Bookworm Banquet - a podcast featuring book reviews and author interviews

Bookworm Banquet - a podcast featuring book reviews and author interviews

01:59 min | 5 years ago

"two previous episodes" Discussed on Bookworm Banquet - a podcast featuring book reviews and author interviews

"We didn't get some feedback on two previous episodes that they thought we didn't disagree with one another enough so i'm sorry to disappoint but hey i think three and a half to well here you've got it from the book experts we give this a three and a half star rating if you are interested in any type of fantasy writing this is the book for you and it is available as an e book and as a print book links are in the show notes at bookworm banquet dot com slash ten if you are interested in pick it up copy bits about on their laurels and you were alert all right jd today's buck warm fact is a little bit personnel for me came probably not know what you're thinking for those me that don't now i am actually a teacher that's what i do for a living and you always get the excuses about why i don't have my hallmark done and i promise you in the years that i have taught i've heard them all and yes i have heard the dog eight my hallmark now chances are if you give me that excuse i'm not going to believe you but i have here very interesting bookworm fact about an author of a very famous thuc whose dog literally dead eat his manuscript before it was published that man yep that man would be john steinbeck and that book would be of mice and men now this is a book that actually had a different title as well as specific called something that happened but it's if you've ever run it you know it's on very happy story but i do find this to be a rather funny side note for it he left that manuscript home one night with his new puppy now mind you it was fifty percent done at this point he was halfway finished with this novel when he came home to find that his puppy by the name of toby by the way had eaten his manuscript.

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