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Should blockchain projects care about business models

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Should blockchain projects care about business models

"9 a.m. Monday, January 30th, 2023. Should blockchain projects care about business models. Opinion by Venice vini for rius river, EA regional representative for Portugal, a brief discussion about blockchain business models. IMHO definitely yes. But why does it seem that many do not care first? Let's define what a business model is. Simply put, it is an organization's plan for making money. But wait, many blockchain projects the post should blockchain projects care about business models appeared first on enterprise Ethereum alliance.

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Students Leave Class of Professor Accused of Sexual Harassment

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | Last week

Students Leave Class of Professor Accused of Sexual Harassment

"Do you see the picture of the Harvard students who all got up because some teacher was accused of sexual harassment, and the old got up with posters like sheep. Do they know he's guilty? Has there been a hearing? Is if he was guilty would Harvard keep him in a position? I mean, I'm not taking sides. I'm just asking. Julie Hartman, who, with whom I do a podcast called Dennis and Julie, which is really, really worth watching. You watch one you are what you want to watch all nearly 50 now. This goes up every week, Venice and Julie. She graduated from Harvard. I got it. I got the from in. She graduated from Harvard from last year, she wrote a piece in The Wall Street Journal exactly a year ago. About how basically her fellow students are sheep. Talking about lockdowns and masks. You think you think the average graduate of the most elite schools in the country has courage or wisdom, any more than Boise state? I don't know who's more sheep like. The kids at Yale or the kids at Boise state would be interesting to know, isn't it?

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TVS Motor Companys Chairman Sir Ralf Speth conferred with University of Warwicks Honorary Doctorate

ACN Newswire

04:10 min | 2 weeks ago

TVS Motor Companys Chairman Sir Ralf Speth conferred with University of Warwicks Honorary Doctorate

"12 p.m. Saturday January 21st, 2023. TVS motor company's chairman sir Ralph's Beth conferred with university of Warwick's honorary doctorate. Singapore, January 21st, 2023 ACN newswire sir Ralph speth, chairman of TVS motor company, has been conferred with an honorary doctorate in the field of science doctor of science, honoris kalsa from the university of Warwick, United Kingdom. The honorary degree was conferred by the university of Warwick Chancellor baroness Catherine Ashton of up Holland. TVS motor company post chairman sir Ralph speth conferred with university of Warwick apos honorary doctorate. Sir Ralph is accompanied by the university of Warwick Chancellor baroness Catherine Ashton of up Holland, who conferred the degree, sir Ralph is a fellow of the Royal Academy of engineering, and a fellow of the Royal Society. An honorary professor at Warwick manufacturing group WMG. He has been closely associated with WMG ever since obtaining his engineering doctorate in 2008, under the pioneering leadership of former WMG chairman, lord Botticelli. An outstanding engineer with a vast experience in the global automotive industry. Sir Ralph has held leadership roles with some of the renowned automotive and industrial giants such as Jaguar Land Rover, BMW, Ford, taught a motors, and the Linda group. He was appointed honorary knight commander of the British Empire in an additional night commander of the most excellent Order of the British Empire, commenting on the honor, Venice srinivasan, chairman emeritus, TVS motor company, said quote my heartiest congratulations to Ralph for this well deserved recognition. Over his distinguished career in automotive and industrials of more than four decades, he has built world class products and brands. He has been relentlessly working towards transforming the industry with his passion for technology and strive for excellence. This honor is a testament to his leadership, vision, and dedication to the industry, and we are privileged to have him lead TVS motor company in its transformational journey dot clothes, and venue, MD, TVS motor company, said quote sir Ralph's exemplary leadership skills, tremendous vision for the industry and descending approach towards technology make him unique. His energy and passion is inspiring. We are proud to have him amongst us we wish him many more accolades recognizing his immense contributions to the industry dot quote sir Ralph has a degree in engineering from the university of applied sciences rosenheim, Germany, and a doctorate of engineering and mechanical engineering and business administration at the university of Warwick. About TVS motor company TVS motor company is a reputed two and three Wheeler manufacturer globally, championing progress through sustainable mobility with four stadia off tart manufacturing facilities. In hoser, messieurs and in India and karawang in Indonesia. Rooted in our 100 year legacy of trust, value, and passion for customers in exactness. We take pride in making internationally aspirational products of the highest quality through innovative and sustainable processes. We are the only two Wheeler company to have received the prestigious stemming prize. Our products lead in their respective categories in the JD power IQS and appeal surveys. We have been ranked number one company in the JD power customer service satisfaction survey for consecutive four years. Our group company Norden motorcycles, based in the United Kingdom, is one of the most emotive motorcycle brands in the world. Our subsidiaries in the personal E mobility space, Swiss E mobility group a CMG and EGO movement have a leading position in the a bike market in Switzerland. TVS motor company endeavors to deliver the most superior customer experience across 80 countries in which we operate. For more information, please visit WWW dot TV's motor dot com. For more information, please contact Priyanka Kumar Priyanka dot Kumar TV's motor dot com copyright 2023 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.

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When Did the Phenomenon of Torn Jeans Become Popular?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:19 min | Last month

When Did the Phenomenon of Torn Jeans Become Popular?

"I think actually it harkens back to the affect conversation or the vanity conversation. I think it's an attempt to maybe it came from the place of making it seem like you literally tore them as you were walking out of a room and your jeans got caught on the door handle and they tore. Maybe it was this way of making you look busy or like you didn't care so much about your appearance that you were wearing this torn Jean and it was just it was just cool that you didn't care to go patch it up and you continued about your day wearing it. I don't know, that's my speculation. I have no idea. I never thought to ask this or I never thought about this, but I'm curious if you saw a guy men wear jeans and women wear jeans. Disqualified as far as dating me. No. It is. Did you ever see a guy in ripped jeans? Yes. You're kidding. Of course, Dennis, have you ever been to the Venice Beach boardwalk? Have you ever been out in LA? So go on record to say if a guy wears ripped jeans, my assumption is his masculinity level is between one and two on the scale of a hundred. Oh gosh. You agree. Totally.

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On the holidays, efforts to distract Ukrainian kids from war

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

On the holidays, efforts to distract Ukrainian kids from war

"In a competent meeting room of what used to be a posh hotel. Ukrainian children are screaming with happiness at a performance put on for them and the joy of opening presents. In a country where children have seen the horrors of war, their people trying to bring some peace and happiness to them, at least for the moment, during this holiday season in Ukraine, the upscale Venice hotel on the outskirts of Keith is now a rehabilitation center housing children who have experienced the horrors of the Russian invasion after a performance by actors, some just as Disney characters kiss near a 12 year old girl from Bakr in eastern Ukraine says, when it's a holiday, it's better. We forget about the war, it's easier to get distracted. I'm Charles De Ledesma.

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Brittney Griner says 'it feels so good to be home' and vows to play this upcoming WNBA season

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Brittney Griner says 'it feels so good to be home' and vows to play this upcoming WNBA season

"First public comments since being freed from Russia, griner says on Instagram, she plans to play next season for the WNBA's Phoenix mercury. It's what women's basketball legend dawn staley said last week she hoped to hear. We want her back in her happy place. Grinder remains under contract with the mercury and coach Venice and I guard said when grinder was freed, the team was ready to welcome her. Hopefully, it's a big hug and just how much we love you and happy we are to have you back. Grind or post it, it feels so good to be home. And thanked everyone for their help in freeing her in a high level prisoner swap. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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Airplane crash in Gulf of Mexico leaves 2 dead, 1 missing

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Airplane crash in Gulf of Mexico leaves 2 dead, 1 missing

"Two people are confirmed dead and authorities are searching for a third person after a private plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida coast. The plane crash happened Saturday night, but a search for the rented single engine piper Cherokee didn't begin until around 10 a.m. Sunday, when the plane had not returned to the airport where it had left in St. Petersburg, Florida, a spokesperson in Venice, Florida says recreational boaters found the body of a woman floating about two and a half miles west of the Venice shore, and divers from the Sarasota county sheriff's office located the plains wreckage, about a third of a mile off shore, directly west of the Venice airport, the body of a girl was found in the plains passenger area, and rescuers are searching for a third person, believed to be a man who was either the pilot or a passenger. I'm Donna water

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The Total Incompetence of President Joe Biden

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:02 min | 2 months ago

The Total Incompetence of President Joe Biden

"I want to talk about the mental incompetence, well, there's also physical and competence. The overall incompetence of our dear leader, Joe Biden. Now, interestingly, when Trump was president, they were all over him for the slightest misstep, or the slightest mispronunciation. You remember the big controversy over Trump using the pronunciation thigh land, not instead of Thailand. Thailand. People would, this was outrageous. He doesn't even know how to say Thailand. And now this is a complex matter and I kind of got involved in that contour. I pointed out, first of all, that virtually everybody on the entire continent of South Asia pronounces it by land. They pronounce it the way it's spelled. They pronounce the H now, interestingly, in the Thai language, there is no real H and so they say Thailand. But that is simply an anomaly of the Thai language. Let's remember that the names of different places are pronounced differently around the world. The French say Paris, we say Paris. And so it goes same with Italy venezia and we say Venice. And so you would think that all of this is like a triviality. Why are you getting on Trump? But this just shows you how they were like, let's get them on that. Now with Biden, what's increasingly obvious is that this guy is a mental infant. Or at least he has to be treated like a mental infant. You might remember some months ago, a notecard surface. Biden sort of clumsily held it where you could see it. And it was reproduced on social media and on TV and I did a segment on it and it said things like take your seat. As opposed to going and sitting in someone else's seat and the kind of instructions you'd give to Debbie Todd elementary school to kind of the kind of instructions you would give to like a 5 year old. Listen, take your seat. Don't speak unless spoken to. Things like this. And Benny Johnson on social media had something yesterday where the same thing happened to second time. Biden had a notecard. Apparently turned in a certain way so you can actually read the note card and the note card has it's like an all caps. Again, it has that notion that we're talking to somebody who's really not all there. We have to treat this person. So here are a few of the instructions, one, you will take a photo. And the U is all caps, as if to say Biden might be confused about who's you will take a photo. You will sit. You is all caps. Again, you will deliver opening remarks. So this is a, this is an embarrassment.

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Mike Gallagher Reports Live From Venice, FL Following Hurricane Ian

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Mike Gallagher Reports Live From Venice, FL Following Hurricane Ian

"You're watching us today on the Salem news channel, you can see the devastation of hurricane Ian. Of course, trees uprooted buildings blown down power lines down. Today, of course, it's sunny, blue skies, hardly hardly indicative of the devastation that Ian racked upon this community in Sarasota. You've seen the video images from Fort Myers. You've seen the video images from sanibel. And you've seen unlikely the images undoubtedly the images from Venice. We're at the corner of U.S. 41 and Laurel road in Venice, Florida. This is a community that was overwhelmed by the devastation of

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Roger Schulman: Updates to the Projected Path of Hurricane Ian

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Roger Schulman: Updates to the Projected Path of Hurricane Ian

"Roger. I know that the national hurricane center just released its latest expectations, bring us up to date on what they're predicting in terms of landfall. Well, they've turned the hurricane a little bit away from the immediate Tampa Bay Area to Venice, Florida, which is south of Sarasota, sort of between Sarasota and Fort Myers. It's a town of about 23,000 known for its shark teeth, which are frequently found on its beach and its lovely architecture. Like Venice, and it's just a beautiful little city. And that's where they think it's going to be hit by 125 mph winds, at least a category three storm in about 35 hours. So that is ground zero now. However, we are not out of the Woods in the Tampa Bay Area. This could change and we are still going to feel the effects much of Florida is going to feel the effects of this no matter where it hits. But this Venice is the dominion. This is somewhat, you know, I'm guardedly optimistic because this is a little bit of better news, obviously than a direct hit for Tampa and saint Pete. Now again, as I keep getting reminded from people by people who've lived through these hurricanes in Florida, things could change, but this is a little bit of good news for Tampa Bay in saint Pete, right? This is modified good news. It is not bad news, but it is not great news because we are still north of this and it is going to be moving through the state to the north and to the east. If it stays on its current path. So we are not out of the Woods by any stretch of the imagination.

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No Room for You in Venice

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:29 min | 5 months ago

No Room for You in Venice

"What my favorite line of the horse? Why do you think my favorite line is? That she was confirming every stereotype. No, no, no, no. Her favorite line that she said. My favorite line of hers. I mean, there are so many. Yes. You got it. That's my favorite line too. I'm like, oh, so I'm not allowed here. Still don't know if that's the beauty. Got it. You have the audacity. I know. To privately speak in favor of Trump in Venice. California spoke in favor of Trump. No, obviously, I'm just saying. Oh, she's like, this is my territory. I mean. What you win? Exactly. They live in a cocoon. Again, in rural Mississippi, where 90% of the votes were for Trump. I can't imagine somebody say you are pro Biden here. Mississippi? It's a free country. Wouldn't occur to them. They might laugh. They might think it odd. But yes. Oh my God. It wouldn't occur to them to curse and so angry to say something. The narcissism, like with my guy in the locker, I mean it when I said, my reaction, the first time, was a sincere one, you're screwing up the experience here for all of them. Of course. I mean, I don't care. I'm cursed at all the time. It means nothing to me. But to do that, like your sentiments are above all.

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Did Harry Styles Spit in Chris Pine's Lap?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Did Harry Styles Spit in Chris Pine's Lap?

"The big story today, for real, did Harry Styles actually spit at Chris Pine during their premiere of their film, don't worry darling. At the Venice Film Festival. I can't believe all this juicy, I can't believe all this juice this little film is getting. And by juice, I mean PR. So there's this video circulating everywhere and stories about this night all over the newspapers and websites, et cetera. Harry Styles, who's finally wearing men's clothing, even though the shirt collar was way too big, looks like the ones that the clowns used to wear at bottom and belly circus, which I saw as a kid. Way too big, but I don't know it's in anymore. You know, I mean, can guys even tuck their shirts it anymore? And I mean, can they tuck their shirts into this skirt? Because men are now wearing skirts so much, you know, Oscar Isaac, Brad Pitt, more and more guys are wearing skirts. So I don't know what the etiquette is, but so he gets to his seat. And he's waving along to his adoring crowd, and as he sits, he turns to Chris Pine, Chris my staring straight ahead and clapping slowly, and people say he spits in his lap. And is this happens, Chris Pine is in mid clap, and then he stops and he kind of stares off into space. Personally, I didn't see any saliva. You know, my eyes aren't great, but even with my glasses on, I couldn't see really anything flat of his mouth that would have been gross. But that didn't stop this dumb little nothing of a nugget spread like wildfire.

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"venice" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"venice" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Happy Thursday and welcome to daily pop. You guys, today on the show, will Olivia and Harry finally make their red carpet debut the big clue we have. Plus, Leonardo DiCaprio is single again. Who he may date next, you can. Is that you? All right. And the celeb calling out Hollywood for photoshopping, will it make a difference? Join me today for the hot debate. Jay Rodriguez and welcome back Kim whalley. Hi guys. You just told me before we started that this is the first time we have ever done the show in person. And person. I'm glad that we got to finally meet in person before we are now canceled. So, what? It's the truth. All right, you guys, the Venice Film Festival kicked off last night and one movie everyone's got their eye on is don't worry darling, mainly because of the real-life drama surrounding the cast. So the big question is, people are asking, will the film's director Olivia Wilde finally make her red carpet debut with Harry Styles, you guys? Remember, this is the movie where they met. There has been so much drama surrounding this and as an audience, I know typically we love it and we live for it. This has gone for me personally a little too on the dark side where it's like, it's a little messy. I don't know if I need to see it. People have been sleeping under a rock. Can you surmise what the drama is? Okay, so you got to help keep me streaming. 'cause it's tricky. 'cause this is my opinion. So Olivia obviously is the director of the film. Florence signs on Shia originally signs on, but then leaves the film does not quit a quits the film does not get fired from the film because of the fact that he didn't have enough time to rehearse. Harry steps in. Olivia and Jason are on the rocks. Got it. Allegedly, and she starts dating Harry. Got it. Florence Pugh, God, I'm good at this. Florence too is dated Zach Braff, who is friends with sudeikis, and I guess the timeline of Olivia and Harry starting today. He's a little shady. Doesn't sit well with Olivia, and I would imagine in my own personal opinion that Olivia dating her male lead who's trying to build chemistry with the female lead probably doesn't set the best precedent for on set. Chemistry. So now Florence, as has made very clear, she's doing basically no press. Except for this. Oh, there's a lot of does this do I need to read this or did I just say all of them? Like I said all of it, right? She made it easy for me. Yeah, that was good. It was passionate. So basically Florence is like not happy. And now we have all of these surface videos of, you know. Olivia. It's not happy you think because of the chemistry that did not happen with the film or his I think she's unhappy because she felt like and this is completely my opinion. This is not a fact. I think she's unhappy with two things. I think she's unhappy with the timeline of Olivia and Harry and their dating relationship because her ex-boyfriend at the time, her boyfriend at the time was very close with Olivia's husband. And I think that she felt probably as a female lead who had to be in that all of these vulnerable moments with somebody like the attention should have been focused on the two of them as cast and costars not on Olivia and Harry building their relationship or been a part of sets with a director openly with dating cast member. Have you? Well, this is the problem. I had it been a man the director. Uh huh. And the female lead. I think this would be a whole different story. Well, that's a very good. And by the way, this all is hearsay, this I could be completely wrong on this. I think this is your opinion. There's where they're smoking. There's fire. I think there was a little bit of that. I don't know exactly why Florence is upset, but we know she's pissed because she's not doing any press for the movie, except for this. This would also sound like red carpet is like a very bizarre place. I personally don't take someone that I am not dating for at least a year plus on a red carpet. Do you have a rule with that? Oh, I absolutely have a rule, not until we are deeply in love. Yeah. I take anyone. Absolutely. You know, this is just interesting. You know, because she doesn't want to do press. We don't know the truth. Is it because I'm too busy, I want to spend time with my family. I won't do the press. Right. She's not doing the press she's pissed. That's a fact. We don't know why. So because there's so many world out because it was some really raunchy scenes. They were leaning the press. Originally, when she did little about the raunchy sex scenes, and I remember her making a statement, correct me if I'm wrong. But she came out and basically said, there's more to this film than just that aspect of the film that you have to see me do some things. Right. No, and that's exactly that you're completely right. She was like, I am not in this business, just because the most famous man in the world, you get to see him do some stuff to me. Right. Like this is more about the art, which I understand, and they were sensationalizing the fact that it was just all about sex in the movie. They had some scenes that were Kim a little out of the vapors. You know what I'm saying? They really, and by the way, they're still in the movie. People are going to watch the movie, but I'm wondering, I guess the big debate is do you think that Olivia and Harry are going to walk the carpet together for this premiere? Absolutely. Yeah. Well, I think it's time. Everyone knows now.

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Pope Francis suffers setbacks in his Ukraine diplomacy, and two movies offer views of saints and sinners in drama and satire. Walter Ratliff has this week's Religion Roundup

AP News Radio

02:11 min | 5 months ago

Pope Francis suffers setbacks in his Ukraine diplomacy, and two movies offer views of saints and sinners in drama and satire. Walter Ratliff has this week's Religion Roundup

"In this week's religion roundup Pope Francis suffers setbacks in his Ukraine diplomacy and two movies offer views of saints and sinners in drama and satire The Vatican's Russia Ukraine diplomacy suffered two setbacks this week when the head of the Russian Orthodox Church canceled a plan meeting with Pope Francis and Ukraine complained about Francis latest comments about the war Ukraine officials criticized the Pope's remarks about the car bomb death of a nationalist Russian TV commentator and daughter of a right-wing political theorist A director who made his name with Gritty exploitation films of the 1980s and 90s is paying homage to one of Italy's best known and most revered saints in his newest movie padre pio Can be truly free and happy If not in the respect of all humanity Leave my land No The drama by Abel Ferrara stars Shia LaBeouf as the mystic capuchin monk during a historic moment after World War I Ferrara credits sobriety with his new direction in filmmaking So once we kick the drugs in the alcohol you know you started seeing a different way of living you know in different life Padre pio was canonized in 2002 by Pope John Paul the second going on to become one of the Catholic Church's most popular saints The film premieres at the Venice Film Festival next week Another film takes a satirical look at a scandal ridden mega church offering both comedy and commentary Honk if you love Jesus save your soul follows a pastor and his wife as they attempt to rebuild their congregation after his scandal hits their megachurch We need you back in that pulpit So you can get me back on that stage Regina Taylor who stars in the film says it explores some relevant themes I think it's just that that time in our society where people are open to the church evolving some of the things that it has believed before Honk if you love Jesus reaches theaters and the peacock streaming service on September 2nd I'm Walter ratliff

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The Power of Wishful Thinking

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:18 min | 6 months ago

The Power of Wishful Thinking

"Oh, God. It just reminds me of the debate I have on the Internet. They set up a tennis prager dot com I debate on whether people are basically good. It's on the Internet. It's on the Internet, but we didn't link it to Dennis prager dot com. So people can easily find it. It is linked to Venice prager dot com, so where would they find it? You should all watch it, you should have your kids watch it. I debated a rabbi and said that people are basically good. You know, there are a few positions. There are a few positions that people have that I differ with that I don't understand. I understand people who want bigger government. I understand people who want the free this free that. I don't understand people who believe people are basically good. The power of wishful thinking supposedly the age of reason which the enlightenment was supposed to unleash, but it never happened. And we're undoing reason more than the Middle Ages.

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Daniel Silva Talks New Book 'Portrait of an Unknown Woman

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:07 min | 7 months ago

Daniel Silva Talks New Book 'Portrait of an Unknown Woman

"I am much better for having read portrait of an unknown woman. You have entertained my early months in Maine, and I got to tell you, I think Daniel Silva fans will say, along with me, this is a book we have long wanted and never expected to get. Do you understand? Well. We'll have to unpack it a little bit. Long wanted meaning you wanted a book that's sort of started in the art world to stay in the art world. That's exactly it. Yeah. And it was the decision that I made early on with this novel. I should back up and say that Gabriel has retired from the Israeli intelligence, his term has ended. And that was sort of previewed in the last novel. He has settled in Venice to resume his career as an art restorer. He and his wife are going to take over take control of the most prominent art restoration company in Venice.

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War, guilt and last kisses: A deceptive, uneasy calm in Kyiv

AP News Radio

01:11 min | 8 months ago

War, guilt and last kisses: A deceptive, uneasy calm in Kyiv

"With war raging on fronts to the eastern south the summer of 2022 is proving a bitter one for the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv A scenic picture of locals bathing in a part of the dnieper river known as Venice Beach may give the illusion that all is back to normal in the Ukrainian capital for 19 year old cybersecurity student valeria the thought of war constantly looms in the back of her head The siren It's really scary In the center of town violinist marquin lukin nuk plays his violin to pass us by he says things seem to have gone back to normal People kind of disregard the sirens and all this kind of stuff but they because they got used to it I guess and that's the worst part of it Magazine editor Andre bastogne recently passed his military medical check meaning he could soon be sent into combat too relaxing over wine with friends he says for now at least the capital feels safe and people are going about their daily lives It feels pretty safe You listen to the people they are always speaking with about their relationships all the sex and the vote for it I'm Karen Chammas

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Caller: Democrats Are Colludiing With the Media

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 11 months ago

Caller: Democrats Are Colludiing With the Media

"Sir So Mark what I wanted to talk about is mainly like concern that I had that you see a more and more every day that the Democrats have basically built an infrastructure and they're building upon it that is collusion with the media with culture with big tech with all these companies that it's an infrastructure that's going to be able to derail any single Republican administration in the future And I really hope that on day one Republicans are able to tackle this So what I want to see Mark is number one I want to see the whistleblower testifying in public with every single former member of president Trump's National Security Council and also Adam Schiff's staff that they were colluding with They need to be testifying into the investigated day one Also all these companies that are saying that Republican administrations on the governor level that these states are racist saying that the voter integrity law There's something wrong with that that it's anti minorities in Georgia whether don't see gay Bill in Florida You know what CEOs They need to be brought in front of Congress and just debate What provision specifically do you have a problem with explain and defend your position Because they're effectively blackmailing Republican states and acting as an armored Democrat party And then what's even worse is that look what's happening with James O'Keefe and project veritas The FBI is acting like basically the German Gestapo for Joe Biden right Going after them because of Ashley Biden's diary and all the information coming out from that And then what's even worse today which is broken the last hour and a half They're now exposing text messages of clarence Thomas wife which is outrageous I mean you want to call because Venice to be put a stop to this because of Democrats they're not going to stop They're going to get even worse and worse Now that they know they're going to be losing power And I really hope that day one Republicans they respond in kinds that never allow this behavior to happen Let me

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Venice Beach Becomes a Flashpoint in LA's Homeless Crisis

The Larry Elder Show

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Venice Beach Becomes a Flashpoint in LA's Homeless Crisis

"Is you know I was attacked by a woman wearing a gorilla mask when I was at homeless encampment in Venice Beach during the campaign for governor. Here's what a Venice Beach official recently said about the 2000 homeless people who are in Venice. Well, we're relieved that things have significantly improved during the day. Venice, and I invite all the people that are here for the Super Bowl to come down and enjoy Venice during the day. The trouble is that at night, we still about 60 people who are living on the boardwalk and the beach and despite these high temperatures that we've been having at night it can get down below 50. And we had a string of fires being set along the boardwalk, maybe just for people to get warm, but this is the anniversary one year ago where a tent went up in flames. It was tied up to an old two story building, and that went up, and there was nobody around to call it in. So we ended up having to have a 116 firefighters out there to put that fire out and the building was destroyed and they were barely able to save the apartment building next to

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"venice" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"I think to rebecca's point and that's the kind of movie that does stay with a voter and that does stay with a viewer. In a way that i think it only builds estimation Ask for me. I've seen it twice now on it. It really sticks with you in a way that served so well. I was gonna say yes in terms of other people single out his that. Cody's mcmurphy and kirsten dunst both seem to have a good sheriff fans from this as well definitely and we'll get into some of the other titles premiered at venice and ahead of the festival rebecca. You had done a piece on cyrano without having seen it Talking to joe right and kind of looking just central performance and there was a tribute appeared in english ahead of the screening. So you know if they're trying to prime somebody up for an award season aired of it. Seems like peter glitches right there right. Yes i think he. His performance is really strong in the movie. It's it's definitely getting mixed Sort of feedback from people. I talked to on the ground and telluride. You know it's a musical and it's really about love. There's not as joe right. I think it said in my interview not cynical bone in the body of this film and know some people are turned off by that but some of the songs work so well that they really stick with you days after But through it all like peter dinka just performances really wonderful and was adapted from a play that his wife wrote for him to play that lead so he really. You know just delivers a really memorable performance. So i think plus the tribute plus. He's beloved by the acting community already. It just feels like he's got a lot of those boxes checked that you do to become an oscar nominee so i could definitely see him coming. I i will say. I loved kelvin harrison. Junior in this film he can sing like an angel which. I did not know until i saw this. He had a great performance in waves. But i do think even if this isn't the one we'll be seeing him bigger films and as a lead hopefully another musical because he can really sing down the line anymore musicals in the world. We really do kelvin. He comes from like a famous jazz family. Event yeah he's got that background. Well he uses it well in the film he's and i think in english is not known so really be a singer in any sort of formal way but the music for cyrano was written by the two of the brothers who help make up. The band of the national and english is singing voice. Sounds so much like the lead singer of the national like. It's this really low kind of. I don't know how to describe it. like plaintive but not like becoming confident that's a it's a really interesting tone and so he's not like you know some beautiful musical theater singer but like he sells it in the movie and i think that kind of degree of difficulty stuff Earn some extra points. It never occurred to me. That peter england to the national a. b. o. Fit for that reason but the minute you said that i absolutely hear what peter tinkler just singing sound like it for myself glen hansard also pops up in one one scene singing a very beautiful song about war. We happy to see him And then okay two more titles went to check off the list Who i guess. They're both both in black and white. They'll fasten mum on my remembering this correctly Cow which which is the black and white film to beat in. I don't know audience affection or anything else. Belfast in terms of audience affection. I think if not i mean come on come on has gotten much better reviews. I liked that movie. The more than belfast. Personally but i think belfast has the sort of well. Rebecca spoke with canton. Yeah just you belt. It also felt like it played more at the festival than any other film because there was there was always a screening so if someone was always talking about it but you know i saw it ahead of time so i could do a preview. Peace with kenneth branagh and it's it's a very personal story to him and it's his realm. I think i said this before on this podcast but to me it you could actually feel how personal that story was to him and i really appreciate it. And because it's about his life as a child in belfast. When suddenly his childhood was sort of turned upside down by this violence in danger. And i feel like you can kind of relate to that now because as parents you have to decide what's safe and what's not during this pandemic with your kids and and then there's a lot of movie watching the film and i feel like being televised. You sort of remembered that you missed movie watching as an escape in a theater and so it just somehow becomes a super timely movie. Even though it's from kenneth branagh childhood wonder about movies with movie. washington them at their oscar. Track record is because there's movie watching rome. There's a time in hollywood. There's got to be a weirdly identical to in that respect to hand of god because that is also movie made from his childhood which through the various things that happened as childhood charts his journey to becoming a filmmaker so it some is a lot of parallels there and i believe that one also he spoke a lot about just the residents of the pandemic in terms of you know encouraging them to want to make this film so i wanna ask by hand god because david you mentioned that was one of the big three netflix..

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"venice" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"Yeah i wanna look back to the loss daughter for a second which cast you talked about. you reviewed Out of venice and was that. Tell you right as well and magill and hall. I mean when. I say people people were everywhere. My sense of tell you guys that just bump into the same people over and over again so. There's like not a huge number of celebrities but they're everywhere you turn and she looked great in her mountain where there with peter stars guards. He directed a daughter. She's got this great cast in their debut had talked to her previously. But making your trail debut and it seemed to Really dis- sore off. God that's cheesy to say you but it really took off until you're i'd like people seem to really embrace it. Yes so netflix. Had three events three different movies. Which the only studio to do that. Both the i was for Tina's the hand of god and that night was when an reviews for loss daughter breaking in venice and it was really all anyway conflicts could talk about at least in my conversations with them. it was really across the board raves. Including kassy's lovely review. And i think a real embrace of mega-deals vision for this film it's very uncompromising it's just not something you see from an actress. First film much at all And just like a real confidence in terms of this is the kind of movie making these kinds of characters. That i wanted to really dig into and i'm not gonna apologize for that and i think people really responded to that And it continue to play well once it starts screaming at telluride through the weekend And rebecca i. We're talking about this. Just how often you'd hear her name in the context of wow like. I just didn't expect that for maggie joan house first film or something like that She adapted the book. i think she's a really good contender particular for screenplay And i am curious. Farther foam can go across the board. Olivia colman it. Might be my favorite film performance of hers. It's just so tricky in deep and kind of plays off of her own very likeable persona in playing a character who ultimately makes them some tough decisions Both much vaccine in the present day and jessie buckley is place for younger self. She and coleman if they are both nominated would be the first pair to be nominated playing the same role which is interesting and jakoda. Johnson also is doing really great work in a different kind of role for her as a woman who character becomes kind of fascinated with just played really. Well they were everywhere to put. John was there. Peter maggie through a dance party on the last big Telluride which was attended by pearson dunston benedict cumberbatch and many many others. And david can't richard lawsuit until the dancing dancing. Because i don't like to dance but also dancing at high altitude. I don't know that seems like a bad idea. I imagine richard saintpetershcs guard dancing and just like disappearing back into the bushes like homer simpson was essentially did start a very abruptly like because the film set in greece since of this very like intense greek music and dance that mcgowan peter doing alone and then people are just kind of watching waiting to see whether or not they should join in this dance. Party had been sort of threatened for three days preview. Yes thank you yourself had told me about it. Days did make jonkers does ever make a movie together. And the odds like i keep thinking they have but i cannot come back to ask you that you literally on the shuttle to the airport and we sat there and looked out the window and tried to think of the what we can think of one. I guess they must not have but they were so in the same spent a lot of time together so jenkins carson dunst becoming spent movie. There was a big power that our presence in tyrod it's western it kind of makes sense there and it did seem like it was being warmly embraced the way that we expected it to be right. Yeah my prediction is that jane campion is coming out of this winning best director. I think that she has a very clear path. That's the I feel like that's a solid prediction. I mean you think you've pointed this out you know tatan wins poem to or the last woman to win palm door. Was jane campion. Who got best director nation for at the oscars but didn't win. And you know coming off. A year or two women get nominated for best director at the oscars for the first time. I do feel like there's so many female directors out there this year. That's gonna be like come on keep it going. Keep the make women as part of the conversation as much as possible not to mention the jane. Campion is kind of a legend onto her own. Do what the movie does so well is just like remind because it's been twelve years since she made a film and she's done you know tv obviously but it just reminds you of like what a singular filmmaker she is that her interests are so particular and the way that she Expresses those interests and you know here. She's a she's adapting from a novel. That's what sixty years old fifty five years old and and you're just kind of you after the movie you're like. Why did she pick. That is so interesting. But then obviously it's so clear also in hindsight like and i think that that kind of signature work after such a storied career puts her in in great and well-deserved position. I ha i went to the tribute where they showed clips of her work before she talked on stage at telluride any just like seeing the beautiful work she's done and then watching this film. I had that same experiences. Richard just like she deserves this. She's such talented filmmaker. I did suffer a little bit from festival hype before i saw this film because everyone i know was like this is the film ever and so i was like no. It's good. i enjoyed it. But it's funny. This film stuck with me more than any other movie. I saw there. And i was thinking about and talking about it three days later and and it's sort of like grew on me and now i consider it a film i really liked but i will say that festival hype is definitely still real buyer. Beware that that tribute was interesting too because reserve moderated by becky hide reporter. Jane campion was just not particularly interested in answering questions that this is how your your campaigns kicking off i love and she was just sort of hilariously charming in her refusal to participate and then the next morning at the film had a had. A big. you know well attended brunch. And she was just so effortlessly going from table the table talking to people. I think you saw her ability to enter. Vary singular person away at work. A room without being too focused on the campaigning. Part of it in that. We have to release scott move coming on the pike. Imagine the two of them working together. Just like passable veterans to jones is going to pretend this is happening and not be my guess. It's interesting to think about benedict cumberbatch who we talked about his role in this movie. It does seem like he is firmly in the best actor conversations. While he's about as different and movie stars you can get from will smith personas could not be more different but it is interesting to consider the two of them together like you know what what kind of a treat to have two different performances to potentially dominate the season. Going forward and another thing about jane campion's genius is that really figures out what to do with benedict benedict cumberbatch in a way that i feel like most directors heaven. They're like oh he should play these like like savant who solve crimes or invent computers or whatever and he's fine in those roles but campion saw the sort of darkness in him and just dragged all of it out and it's so effective but also. There's a hurt in there in this character. It's a really complex character. And it's the first benedict compromise performance. I've ever seen where i was like. Oh i finally fully get an. I think a lot of that credit should go to campaign. Yeah well i'm convinced me to wait. Isn't it the last thing i'd say about the movie is that you know just in terms of its. I think very first forward season that's coming is is it it builds. It has kind of thrums at this tension that you can't really place in. You don't really know where it's going. And she shifting points of view a lot and the last thirty minutes or so Are incredibly intense and the final few scenes are incredibly clarifying and make you want to revisit it..

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"venice" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Kind of going on back at Venice. It's been, you know, a little bit. Tough, I think sure, especially for a lot. But anyway, it was a great day for that. No doubt about that, because a lot of heat so beach areas were very, very crowded. 69 right now downtown 46 in big Bear. So we have this big ridge of high pressure is really clearing things out for the West So you can see all the way up in the Pacific Northwest. We go through Colorado. I mean, we're actually in Nebraska before we get any type of semblance of some clouds streaming overhead, So it is a very, very big ridge of higher pressure. That's bringing not just heat for us, but you can see hot conditions. Salt Lake City 93. Phoenix 16. Albuquerque, 92. Denver was near 100 degrees over the weekend, so that's a little bit of a cool down. But again, it does illustrate just how warm things are. Out west. So we get a little bit of a break today and tomorrow and with the break today and tomorrow We're still looking at temperatures that are right around the average and then they go back up. Look at the San Fernando Valley one a 11313, and we're still looking at temperatures that are holding on. The heat all the way into early next week. So really, it's almost as if we're going to have to wait a week to see a significant cool down or at least one that gets us back below the average. Alright, I'll have more coming up in a few minutes. We'll send it over to you, Ginger. Yeah, And really, we do have so much that is happening a fluid situation. You know, some people were able to get here to K t l A. Some people weren't that kind.

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"venice" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"We have brought you here on the verge of trip to the mountains because the telluride film festival is almost upon us which is really exciting. We are releasing this episode as the telluride lineup is finally announced It's kept secret every year. We finally get to talk about it. And what you guys. And richard are expecting to see up in the mountains. The venice film festival as you listen to this is already underway. There are beautiful people on boats Festival season is happening for real again. you know in slightly altered ways but it's happening after tyrod cancelled last year so really excited talk about telluride in venice and festival. Season ahead But i we do have a new movie that we want to talk about. I which is worth which is premiering on net flicks this week. So we'll talk about worth talk about festivals and have a lot of movies for you guys to all watch Let's get to worth. I because richard you reviewed this at sundance twenty twenty which. I'm not sure if your memory goes back that far but you did write a review of its on behalf dot com. You can read it right. Yes it's up. It's something of a rave I was really into that movie when i saw it. Yeah so you had you had sought. Then it got picked up by net flicks. Either i think right during the festival right after and then basically felt the face of the earth for a really long time. Nevarez releasing it. This friday Time someone to the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven which is coming right up And i finally got the chance to watch it after. You've been reading about for so long joanna I know you really eager to see it as well. And i think you know having talk to you about it. Richard and david a fan too. I think the question for all of us was like why does it feel like this movie. Coming on netflix. That barely exists. Because it's great. It's a great movie. Yeah and when it premiered at sundance it didn't get enough of the raves at needed and it didn't sell and it just kind of languished for a while before netflix snapped it up and now we're releasing it either appropriately or maybe a little cynically time to the twentieth anniversary of the september eleventh terrorist attacks but that release schedule means that it kind of going to get buried again. I think which is a shame because there's so much there to like The subject matter is difficult But it's supposed to be and the performances are top to bottom some of the best that each actor has done at least in recent memory from michael keaton stanley tucci to laura banana who the latter two two team. Bananas should absolutely be in supporting actor conversations this year and yet. I don't think they will be david. You had seen worth. I don't know if it was but you kind of a long standing fan of it as well right. Yeah i saw it at sundance. And i remember coming out of that screening and expecting it to be one of the big breakouts. The movie we'd be talking about for twenty twenty award season of course other they would not things happened after that sentence feel that a lot of big oscar contenders including minority and promising. Young woman. I think it was a real victim in many ways of the pandemic and a movie like that. Not really having any place to go. Since i think kind of traditional specialty theatrical distribution would have made sense for it and then there wasn't Twenty twenty really. And i think netflix releasing it. When they are. I completely agree with it. There's an element of it feels appropriate. But there's also an element that feels quite cynical to me and more broadly. I just feel like this movie does deserve a bit more of a push than there. Evidently giving it and michael. Keaton to me would have been pretty clearly in the best actor. Conversation addition disappointing performances. Also loved amy ryan and the movie so it just i hope people check it out and i hope it does get more of a life than maybe not lexus. Expecting at this point for me. I couldn't not think of spotlight while watching this. Got michael keaton doing boston accent. You've got him and stanley both. It's a really kind of similar. Like procedural somber story about people in business casualwear in office But with a lot of heft to a lot of like you know really deep emotions buried under all of these logistics and numbers and just i k-. I can't really fathom why. Netflix isn't willing to treat it like a spotlight like something that deserves that level of attention. Well it's really tough because the double tragedy of this is the the long road that this film had in the first place to even say it's twenty twenty. Which is that. it was like a two thousand eight. I think blacklist script that max bornstein wrote. And then max boise. Went on to make all these godzilla movies. And then he took his guts zillah. Money and like made his blacklist lake script finally which is based off of and. I don't think we've seen exactly what this is about. But it's based off of ken feinberg book about. Who was a person who was put in charge of. I don't know i'm gonna use this word correctly adjudicating Allotting the the nine eleven fund survivors and figuring out how to compensates family members of those who lost their lives on nine. Eleven and the word worth has to do with this idea of calculating. What is the worth of a loss human life. And that's you know so it's like really heavy material and it's i. I watched it at my desk. Which i'm not thrilled that that's how i watched it but i watched it at my desk. Yesterday i cried on my keyboard several times but i was also like this is a movie. I really wish. I were watching anna theater so that i couldn't possibly be distracted any point because like with spotlight which i saw it. If i'm festival you know like you wanna be just sort of completely in that world and not drawn out of it by you know something on your phone or whatever and so you know like all movies. That premiere on netflix. I worry that it won't land with the same impact. It would have had in the theater even though it made me cry. Like i feel like i would've felt even stronger if i had seen it in a theater. So we're committed to paying attention to it and really thinking into it and you know you can imagine a lot of people being like okay. There's bob ross thing though. Here's kind of juicy. I'm gonna flip over to that instead. Yeah like. I've always been a little skeptical of of the netflix model. When it comes to releasing a film that i feel like demands profound emotional and intellectual. Attention do So yeah. I totally agree with john. Like i did not go to sundance and i'm really sad. I missed this film there because the feeling of discovery is like exactly what you want with a film like this and now you know when we were talking about this film i still do not have it on my radar when it was about to come out because with netflix. You just cannot keep up with the amount of volume and the amount of films they're releasing and the they're really selective about what they give a big push to especially when it comes to award season so i think you guys are all on the money that it's just sort of a disappointment but.

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"venice" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"How it.

"venice" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"We start. Today's show focusing on the pavilion of the united states. The entry this year is dedicated to wood frame. Construction a sometimes overlooked but integral base for american architecture standing by the skeletal. Four pine frame that flanks the us pavilion this year. I spoke to paul. Preisner co commissioner and co curator of the installation the show is called american framing and we kind of conceptualized it as a as a concept or topic show to focus more on architecture rather than architects the way we thought we would kind of demonstrate that as with a kind of four court installation which is which we conceived of imagine as an addition to the existing us pavilion the existing. Us pavilion was built in the nineteen thirties. By aldrich and it's built in that kind of aspirated all american plotting ism of the early twentieth century and we thought to conceptually complete it with the kind of dumbest form of american architecture. The wood framed house in a way. So it's less than edition and more kind of multi-storey house with an attic. The we can't get to and so it kind of completes. The courtyard produces a proper courtyard. It produces a proper fron and it gives a way to kind of understand the show without to be described. The show like you kind of immediately. Recognize it. it's built in kind of designed with normal domestic parts dormer kind of sheer wall. It's just regular lumber in a sense and so as you approach it you kind of immediately recognize a lot of familiar types of domestic architecture but the proportions. It's a little taller and it's a little squatter producer kind of uncanny strangeness to it that is you then enter it and go into the pavilion itself kind of re frames your outlook to allow you to learn about the topic and you talk about. These timber. framed houses a dumb foam architecture. But i guess they're pretty like only president in america. What is this kind of this. Typology this type of architecture for people that maybe don't understand it and why did you choose to put it. At the very front. Paul anderson myself have worked together on installations or exhibitions for a number of years. We kind of each maintain are independent practices and come together for these. What we've always found interesting. When we worked together is to kind of look at and examine and maybe kind of explode more anonymous materials or structural. Types domestic typologies. Things that are kind of so ubiquitous that they go on examining away right like there's a kind of problem or condition where when something so ever-present it ends up being out of the kind of intellectual discourse because it's just standard and then as such a weird weird place of not being open for experimentation or thought of is really something provocative in any sense we thought like given the nature of the show. The the us pavilion itself. It would be a good opportunity to present forward. The most kind of common form of american construction wood framing accounts for over ninety percent of domestic structures in the us and is increasingly being used for commercial structures. So when i say dom. I don't mean in a sense of stupid. I mean more like inarticulate in a way right like it's kind of so anonymous it almost goes without recognition. And it's kind of ubiquity normalcy. That actually gives that kind of access and allows participation and it kind of creativity that you don't normally get you might find other of our practice whether it's painting or music or stand up comedy film. That have a little bit lower entry to participate. So i mean i guess that's the kind of reason and then putting it in the front seemed like the proper thing to do as well as a way to describe the show without text medicines so that you see it not as a representation of architecture but actually architecture i think for us one thing. We've always found disappointing. Maybe or lacking in architecture shows as opposed to say our chose. Where when you go you see. The art itself in architecture shows usually just see the representation of architecture somewhere else either through models or drawings or photographs. But you don't get to experience it. You just get to see a framed representation and so we wanted you to be in it quite literally so that you can kind of understand it so that you can see the kind of details. It's not a complete house in the sense. There's no there's no plumbing. There's no she thing. There's no siding right. It's not finished in a way. It's the kind of under skeleton. That really underscores all the superficiality within architecture that we see and so you get to see the kind of hangers and the nails. You get to see the wood chips that come off when screws pushed through it has kind of interesting history because it kind of originated in the us as a way to kind of get outside of guilds and tradition and trained labor in the early nineteenth century in the eighteen thirties. When america was expanding it was gradually moving west but unlike europe where a lot of immigrants were coming from it didn't have access to the trained labor the kind of equipment you would need to do. Masonry or stone or timber technology wood framing with kind of a unique thing in that light. You can kind of do it yourself or with small teams with very little education and it just kind of understanding of a few simple details. This all happened at the time of the production of mass produced nails as a fastener technology to make it easier and the kind of identification of softwood is a viable material for architecture right. Typically it's not up until then it wasn't thought of as anything really remarkable. Because it's week splinters really easily. It kind of warps. So it wasn't used the way. Hardwood was furnitures and timber structures. But america had a plentiful bridie of it with kind of douglas firs and whatnot. So what's interesting is it kind of is neither a kind of post and beam structure and it's neither a load bearing wall structure. It's kind of a messy version of both so you end up with like seventy studs and you don't know which one is particularly doing most of the work you kind of assume all of them are doing an even amount of work. But that's not necessarily true. Everybody was able to kind of start doing it. And then it's also really flexible like you can kind of change it as you're building it unlike other forms of construction where you have to know where everything goes and that's where it should go but you can move walls you can open wall walls. You can move doors with really little consequence to the integrity of the project. Just finally the topic of this biennale as how we live together you've obviously highlighted a form of domestic architecture in a strong and powerful way. But what are you trying to answer with the brief how you interpreting it. And how does.

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"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"I'm sure i'll to get peer pressured like nobody's business between zeta christine coming up next up. I salute you. The man who rides the bus drives the box. I should say the designated podcasters. I'd like to say on that show. But i i drink a beer. You know. I tried to lose it. But i'm more of a social drinker. But i know that zaydan christina urged can little And i don't know if they're just annoyed with me that i don't drink more or frustrated or what but i'm sure they're going to be tried to pressure being a drinking more so we'll see. Who's the stronger will exactly would be a bath. Those baz said show somebody howlers by the said. Somebody has to drive the bus right. Yeah exactly. I like to think so. Drive the bus off a cliff but that's how it goes sometimes so please. Check out our podcast. We definitely appreciate it. And that's all. I have but nick. Thank you so much for filling in i know Kind of juggle the schedule around to make this happen. But i really appreciate you helping us out especially with jesse gordon. I had a ball talking doctor. Who with you. I always do but had such a good rapport. At least i like to think so sure. It brings a smile on face to talk to you likewise charles. I mean don't be a stranger. Okay said i'm. I'm always happy anytime you allow me to play in the sandbox. So i don't have to allow you. You have an open invitation. Sir thank you. It was a great joy. The definitely looking for now. That's it said you've thrown quite a bit of bates at mean between the rovers and via from deep and the sea devils are going to have to go back to my doctor who dvd collection say. Which one should i discuss with chows next. There is a new jug. Pertwee blu ray set coming out The think it's season eight correct which has the already kind of talked terror the autism. But that doesn't stop us from doing commentary episode very if we've already discussed the story next everywhere so that's always after to all right. Thank you in dick as you hope you get back soon. Their body else come back next time next. Stop everywhere episode to thirty three as we stay in the matt smith air. Woo to discuss closing time. Oh nice one so break up semi sonic closing last bit for alcohol. Maybe should save that for drunk cinnamon right there you go. This is a fun one. If you've ever watched this would our fabulous joining us especially companion will be once again. The great holly mac podcast featuring the return of james corden as craig owens but most importantly they view of store magadan dark lord of all the fun fun fun episodes. You know. I actually prefer james cyber bet as well you know exactly cyber matson side right cyber baths yet. No big deal right. Yeah i mean. I'm actually a finding james corden this compared to his actual talk show it gets annoying. Fab here is grassy. yes he does yes he. Does he still craig ferguson. Minoa nope clause. Every time i see james corden late show late. show like dislike. Get cake ferguson. Back please exactly. You're good on doctor..

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"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"When he didn't get the normal rations from rory when someone news the target for the first time well you did admit to kissing his fiancee. also also love how. The doctor is trying to play marriage. Counselor before the wedding somebody to keep it. Keep that in the back of your brain doctor. You're going to eat it again. A few years down the road instead of blood for these vampires. It's water nice twist. Yeah that's all i can say. Is that at least. The doctor wasn't susceptible to the lady. Vampires that a certain librarian from another tv show that dealt with vampires was it had to be saved by his own charges for those wondering. She's referring to buffy the vampire slayer the episode. Buffy dracula good episode but back to the main topic. She says yeah. We could get a buffy discussion if you want. But she that's why holly does grow. The five is fine. Goes because they love their tangents. Exactly well you know. We've done one or two tangents ourselves here this podcast. So i cast zero aspersions here because otherwise be struck by lightning probably not get super speed in the process. He was also good at putting two and two together that they were something different when they couldn't see their reflections love the library card. That has a picture of the first doctor. Yeah we do. of course. Rosetta could see through the psychic paper. Yeah of course. I wonder if these vampires some offshoot at the plasma of war vampires or the plasma war but need but with a severe need for water theory. Yeah yeah we get the first nip namedrop up the silence which doesn't become a major part until the next season in the very end sort of of this season but we don't get to see of until next season they take your point. We get the guido sacrificing himself to make. Sure that. Dr amy rory get out at stop. Rosaiah was perfect. good sacrifice sacrifice. Fly if you're a baseball fan. Rory try with peru but your momma jokes aren't going to cut it against francesco. At least these fish shrimp vance go poof with enough sunlight. Is it wrong. That i kind of just wanted to kind of throw the hot water. It breakout the butter. I chose at that moons. Like oh man. I wish calamari to fry out there. I love me the fried clams of just say romy birth. That's good eating. It is it is so here. We need to go ahead seafood place if we ever get there affected over to italy if they've got yes multiple ones right. I'm gonna. I'm gonna hold you. That right Lastly the yep the doctors right he and rory are amy's boy his. I'll wrap it up here for wisconsin. Thank you cheers. Holly thank you so much for writing in is always dusty too because holly we're gonna talk a little bit more about holly here visit not always gonna tease that for them. Did proctor rates in of course about the vampires venice. Hello tartus well. Hello dave you want to say. I say i hope that jesse is doing well. Yes so do we. We hope fingers crossed. Everybody say that. I hope you guys doing well. So do we. But then i want to say it's good to be back for some modern who matt smith. Not really my favorite doctor. But i do love amien. Rory i also love ever. But she's not in this way. Those three are the salvation of the mets smith. Years.

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"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"I thought it was a little bit okay. We bother them being. I suppose it was. It was fun. I guess this you doctor being a little bit heroic and doing the whole night. I'm climbing the mountain kind of a little bit. But yeah the guy as we know. The doctor is highly intelligent man. He could have figured it out the way to upshur of sure he could have. Maybe just tried to make it difficult so we can have more fun with it. I suppose so anything about the story. Look the why. I did enjoy it. It's i think it's definitely not one of the top episodes in the mess with run but it's definitely a fun ones that have to be. I don't know. I mean i i enjoy revisiting it. It has some great moments. Great matt smith moments and the thing. That thing saddens me is as we mentioned. It's the beginning of rory being constantly emasculated and i'm glad that eventually he realizes that he is just as good as anybody else and he doesn't have to. You have to feel so so bad about himself. So that was kind of changes a little bit after his experience as a roman autan. That's but that's what it takes to get fearance. Yeah well you know. Hit the man who waited two thousand years you know. So that's right after multiple kicks in the groin. He you something. Oh yeah yeah pretty much so so glad. They figured out rory eventually venture they go all right. Y- quotes okay. I have a couple. I mean one of the pack does come from rory when when the doctor mentions cazenove and the roy castle thereby chicken was kind of fun and english as a side note. I'm sorry interrupt. David tennant actually played castle. The castle series. So it's kind of funny a little bit if you think about that that way. It's like oh no. I don't want to run into myself exactly. I thought it was a it was nice. Not possibly that for sure then. Of course rory unchecked square. Rory's like you stink of fish. And francesca well. I'm hardly like the smell of cheese and biscuits and and then the lost. The there was a there was nice. One which between the doc band resign where the doctor's like why are you here. And we ran from the silence. Why you hear wedding present the silence and then the there are the crack somewhat high somewhere as big as the sky though some we saw wells and people and through others we saw silence and the end of all things. We fled to an ocean. Ike hours and the cracks snapshot behind this and saturnine was lost..

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"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"She there's obscure reference for everybody. So the what i thought was interesting. Was that the doctor and isabella. Is you know. Feel free to correct me if you think wrong here. But they seem to have kind of flirtation going. Yes i think schumer sees him as a companion for her like a spouse his her like maybe a you know a mate potential for her perhaps because she doesn't either there is no If she she's the you know the the matriarch there's no there's no male concubine whatever for her so maybe she sees the doctor being this time lord and you know they they make the. The doctor makes this joke is like come on really you know a time lord of the fish pirates you think of the children but but they do have kind of a strange flirtation. Going in your. It lasts until the doctor realizes that Isn't a rescue. The rosetta didn't know isabella's dave like sacrificed her very callous about it. And you know just that showed. That showed the doctor least. Rosanna was all about you know. Just the the plan. She didn't care about the people she was hurting to accomplish her goal. And that really set. The doctor off made him determined to take her down. Like you're personally actually seen that. He did spouse her. 'cause i'm like i feel really bad for you you've lost kind and and i see we're trying to do and what have you but yeah because it's all about saving the people anti i believe he actually threatens will destroy everything. You bring you down to rubble because you forgot. You didn't even know what to what her name was name. Yeah i think it shows you. I think how when once again strengthens affect. The doctor is all about the people. Every single individual mattison unlike Everyone support yes. That's right that's right. It's unlikely because it should be. Yeah unlikely because the just is more. The end justifies the means. That's obviously what sets them mid so that you know. She hatches her plan to like. Oh hey let's just sink the city. I causing this big storm.

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"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"I mean it did. See maybe a little bit brief but i guess in points like okay we have to get to the point where amy blast this guy and rory name you back together so i enjoyed him. I think medical yearly very much steals the show in this. Because she's i mean. She's the domineering mother. She is the villain billion if you will. But she's also very tragic character at the same time because she especially when her and the doctor have that talk towards the end where they both up until this point as far as the doctors consent have been he he feels. He's the only one left on this kind. He's obviously at this point. We fiscal as he knows. He's at the time lords and he's across another another species another alien race and they are the last members with the surviving members of their species. So she's kind of like doctor. Don't you see my point of view. Here your world was destroyed. Ours was destroyed and brings in the bigger story. Arc of the the silence. Because that's what they were running from well so we find it was. I think gives us the audience. The how how far reaching silence is at this point because that's obviously the overreaching uk in silence. Yes she she mentions. You know whether we're talking. You know where they. She confirms that she's from the planet. Saturn is all that they she makes that covet silence in the end of all things which is something gets repeated at the very end of the episode as the doctors. Replaying at his mind. So you know this by this point. Obviously we don't know what the silence are right and we. Don't we get another tease in you know. The orca opens the big bang. When there's that mysterious ominous voice tartus. It says silence must fall right before everything goes exploding the console so what did you make that did you. That was important at the time. When you first saw that i mean my is did pick up when she mentioned the thing about the cracks in the walls as well because apparently she'd experienced as well so like this must be what. Where will we get into. When was like the bad wolf with the ninth doctor. This was like the big overreaching arc when it came to this the over the overarching story yacht. S right so. I thought to myself that my break up. I mean there had been previous episodes where the signdance had been mentioned again. So okay this is the end bad wolf thing that we re get. This is our bad wolf desert team for the season. Yeah so. I dug. As i mean i did see i was like. Oh i'm intrigued. I wanna see what because at this point you didn't know why the silence was an alien race whether it was an offense what we was going to be so i was intrigued but the character. Sofas issue is very tragic. Because i think she just wanted the species to survive once again going complete your own way. It's like i'd rather sacrifice a town in with my species to thrive courses not the best way about going things but some that i see where she was coming from she wanted to bring back a species to repopulate. The reese so i was with that. I think the doctor somewhat sympathizers with her but he kind of call around on. You're going about it the wrong way. And he and he's actually distraught when she kills herself. Yeah he is. I mean he's bothered by it well for one thing. She drops this big guilt trip on before she killed herself. She says here's another race on your conscience dr z. Yes exactly she takes. She does the dusty plunge into the canal but.

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"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Here's the thing. Did you like how they explain the way or the vampire tropes you through shall we say science. Well keta appreciate the fact that 'cause you know blake did that quite a bit to the blade movies. Yes it did where you know. You're like uv. Lights is essentially what they're you know. They can't stand with with the. Yeah you know. So so it. It's treated the vampirism like an infection but in this case it's because the heat of the uv light. I think because as we find out through the course of this there there moisture vampires right. That's right they don't the oh so consequently you know that. Uv light the heat of it is gonna make them dry out. It could've used the moisturised me moisture is me in this case as nod. Yeah they could cut to a commercial of the lady. Cassandra going hey buy new punts moisturizing cream because you know every member moisturised me. Moisturised me a nice moment vector. It's true they do in blade Vampirism as disease and. I did like the. Roy tries to make the sign of the cross. And obviously it doesn't work no well probably because you have to it. It's not so much the symbol as we find out a lot of these hor especially vampire movies. It's the faith behind it. Exactly because if your faith is weak traditionally those those you know early. You're the holy civil if you're using across where star of david or whatever those don't work if you don't have to true faith behind it if you don't believe that's right and then they get you. Just love roy yeah. He pulled a hail. Mary no pun intended a garlic stopper in interesting. Nobody mention garlic. Atoll which was yeah. We didn't do that one but could have been interesting right. We did talk. They didn't tackle all the tropes. Needless to say you know like being buried in the earth they are being coffin. We didn't really see them in coffins. Either did mirror exactly. We know i mean i suppose they had to do some of them. They wanted the idea that might be vampires. Fool you into thinking they were vampires point like okay. Yeah all right three move on. Let's talk about rosanna caveat. Signora.

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"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Which is more parana than i. Yeah but it was just just cr- also the camera movements did not help because we've cuts to them just smiling with these view and like what the hell he right right. Yeah there was no transition. It's like one shot would be. Oh haiti a perfect human teeth. And then the next shot boom. You know full fakes. Yeah kosovo little bit a little. Bit of brock. Yeah exactly it's like okay. Get these things just like split second shot out like boob or or how did that work now. In fact i didn't directly caught pretty right all right. It probably would like okay. Freeze slaps the teeth in action. So that was a bit abrupt buzzing. I'd say i did get kind of vibe francis ford coppola's director the way they were played in the brides of dracula exactly. And that's one of my favorite vampire movies. You know aside from going way way back to nas ferrara's and what have you but Francis ford coppola's is still a big favourite mind. So i did get kind of. That was what they were going for. What did you make of that. I think so i think so. I mean you're the vampire bride. Especially since the gary oldman dracula movie have been very popular. The power mythos when you're telling dracula because they are the book the original premium smoker. So but i think it's just recently. I mean they did kind of have a little bit of You know featuring. I guess i don't know what the word i'm looking for is they they. They did kind of appear during the hammer. Horror film era. A little bit but primarily in other dracula adaptation. They kinda were forgotten about for good longtime until that. Gary oldman movie. Yeah that's right. Because i brought them back into the public consciousness. I guess is what i'm looking for your 'cause i think francis ford coppola really wanted to do something very close to the novel and so that's why he actually read the book. Nightside go figure whacky idea like hey. We're making a dracula movie okay. Maybe i should read the book. Maybe should make try to make it like dracula. Book crazy right source material. It's right there yeah. So that's the impression. I go because we didn't get much out of them kinda snarling and kind of looking looking of menacing because the kind of and then you know and just saying you know they were just hissing going. And that's about it only or maybe trying to act a little bit so tree when it came to the doctor. Oh talking together kind of very shining moment. it's like who are you. And i never been saying in unison that he didn't really get much if you will but it did kinda give the doctor you know to cut it to you. The vampire trope the mayor and not seeing their reflection right. Which kind of put you on a little bit of like well. Maybe they're not alia's navy our traditional vampires because you can't see the reflection but of course you know it's doctor who has to be aliens right..

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"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"End of flesh and stone has essentially is now fulfilling her childhood fantasy because remember she she after the doctor you as first encounter with dr as a young girl. amelia pond. great name. She kind of she fixated on the doctor you know. She was remembering obsession. she was in session. She called him the raggedy doctor. You know everybody. Apparently inattentive leavenworth new about this. Because probably she constantly talked about the doctor in which shirt. Droves rory nuts which may be why at this stage in this episode. Why roy has a bit of a resentment toward the doctor because he's probably heard that for years. Yeah i mean we had previously met him in in. Yeah yeah our for a brief stint it but he was quietly dismissed by the doctor. So i'm sure first impressions being what they were probably didn't exactly get them both off on the right foot right right away and not to mention rory probably thinks doctors trying to steal his girl right. Yeah exactly he's feels very threatening. Because let's face it rory's a bit insecure Which is okay. But you know he is. He is a little bit insecure. And you know in. Obviously he just feels like this ordinary guy who quite honestly let's face. It can't quite compete with a time. Lord that's over a thousand years old you know at this point and has his own time space machine. That can go anywhere so hard to compete with that. I do kinda see the comparison with what we'd seen previously with the ten stock where you had the love triangle with mickey the tenth dot. So i think it's an rose so i think that's almost trope repeating itself once again because we do remember that also during the tenth doctor's time so even the ninth doctor even mickey felton credibly threatened by by both thank doctors when it came to potentially stealing his girlfriend so we can having that again when it comes to be eleventh one. He's like the new mickey. Almost hopefully that the like the real the new though clark fingers crossed right. I haven't seen anything any dirt. Mr dabo yet. We won't create that association so so apologies for that. But i just over narrative perspective and i know what you're saying. I know what you're saying. So roy confronts the doctor about this because the.

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"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Darville becomes companion with this one as well. This is where. I think we can officially call rory a companion from this point on so before we get into guest cast and trivia. I know this. You know you've watched this one before. Has it been since you watch this one or was it just something you you poppet regularly or or what i know it'd been awhile since i actually watched this to be honest because funnily enough the episodes i really loved to binge watch on their own. Repeatedly is actually classic. Who tend to get my kicks more from that. I mean i love. I own both series things on dvd both classic new. But some reason i find classic more enchanting more endearing and what have you been a while since i've seen this and i was actually kinda hoping that had been formed in venice milan which is not. It's up north and venice is not too far away. It's about an hour train ride from here. Okay and Appreciate you do this for those of us. Who are geographically challenged. Hope rolled them. But yeah i'm venezia's obviously in to which is the region which is the region number d but yes it's about an hour train ride actually been been to venezuela twice in my life. Actually even i live in the country. But i think the architecture they got it quite quite sports on sint mark's square looked like symantec square and stopping really quickly charlesworth into account that. Well the story is set in fifteen eighty as opposed to two thousand twenty one so of course and when i do want to say is folks if you do get to by train. It's amazing because you start going and then send you look outside and all there is is literally water and it looks as if the train is traveling through water. How high the water level is right. And the fabulous. It's really i said. I suggest the folks now the things starting to open up to get the chance to visit our beautiful country promoting italy here. Yup come and visit ben because it there really is nothing like it and it really is. It's worth the cities that in one should see in their lifetime with something. Actually my wife lori night discussed the possibility of this week because apparently europe has now okaying american travelers to come back to the european union again and even our prime minister officially came out today draghi. Who is actually named dragons which literally means dragons. Excellent came out came out saying that yeah. Uk brits americans and sonal welcome back to spend their money in our country yes coming back. Bring all the euros. Yes among that sounds more. Russian tiny more godfather a little bit so just cast this time. We have the recently departed. Helen mccrory who sadly passed away just last month on april sixteenth. Twenty twenty one at the age of fifty two so the age that i am turning..

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"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"venice" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Talk some more modern who with my wonderful friend my fellow phantom zone co host and someone who gets frustrated with the flash tv series. Just as much as i do dj. Nick how're you doing. Dick wanna see it. I chose this picture theology. Polonium pedia benicio. Oh wait a minute. Sorry i guess the todd translation matrix didn't work chocolate. You understand what i was saying there. Yeah yeah totally totally. I think maybe the toronto. I feel like i need subtitles. Yes obviously like a clint eastwood leaving. Cleave dubbing yeah. I think i just think that our the transportation matrix was offer a moment they got to a blip now but it was but it was the lacy mo. Thank you think. I'd be able to speak this language having lived here all my life. But he's certainly better than ideal but yeah super super happy to be here with you know. Been a while since i've had a chance to talks doctor who so. Thank you very much for having me on today. Yeah last time. You're on we talked. Alex invasion earth twenty one fifty ad. We had a lot of with that one didn't we. We're good old pizza. Yes yes it was. So i appreciate you coming on this time. We we had a little hole in the schedule because sadly someone dropped out for very understandable reasons so i really appreciate you filling in and we you know. This is an episode that we talked about possibly doing so. It makes perfect sense. So here at episode thirty to nicaragua talking the vampires of venice or at least the vampires of cratia filling in for venice as we'll discuss i guess maybe it's expensive. Maybe to film in venice i dunno. I mean they're apparently there is a reason. Cover that my trivia. Oh great yeah thank you. Please do charles. I did do a little homework on that. So if the source that. I got this information from his accurate. I'll tell you why so. This was the sixth episode of series five from two thousand ten written by toby whitehouse. Who wrote the previous episode school reunion. Which of course re sarah jane smith to a whole new generation of doctor who fans so cheers at one of my favorite stories from the david tennant era also responsible for the god complex and a town called mercy in the peter. Cappelli era stories under the lake slash before the flood and the li- land and he also wrote the torchwood episode greeks bearing gifts but to a lot of people. He's also known as the creator of the original uk version of being human. Which i was a particular fan of back in the day. Because i kind of had a little bit of thing for lenora rich low on that show her. Didn't i suppose right. This was directed by johnny campbell. It of course stars matt smith as the doctor. Karen gillan is amy pond in technically arthur..

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