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Weeks after 911 dispatcher dies from COVID, Chicago family announces wife’s passing

Home Sweet Home Chicago

00:26 sec | 8 hrs ago

Weeks after 911 dispatcher dies from COVID, Chicago family announces wife’s passing

"Chicago woman less than two weeks after her husband died after contracting the virus. Guadalupe Lopez, known as Lou Pai was a beloved 911 dispatcher who served this city for over 30 years. He He was was laid laid to to rest rest on on Monday. Monday. This This morning, morning, his his family family told told WGN WGN TV. TV. His His wife, wife, Maria, Maria, passed passed away. away. She She got got sick sick at at the the same same time time as as her her husband husband and and was was on on a a ventilator. ventilator. She was 56 years old. With all the

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'Last Man Standing' sees Tim Allen in 'Home Improvement' crossover for 9th and final season

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 9 hrs ago

'Last Man Standing' sees Tim Allen in 'Home Improvement' crossover for 9th and final season

"Taylor Back on TV called me the Tool Man. Annoying policeman standing the final season. January 3rd on Fox Jim Allen, reviving his home improvement character for a last man standing crossover episode when the serious returns for its final season Entertainment Weekly calls. It's surreal. Alan will play both sitcom dads at the same time. On that episode,

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California fire danger remains high even as winds ease

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 hrs ago

California fire danger remains high even as winds ease

"Red flag warnings of extreme wildfire risk are in place in southern California even as the region's Santa Ana winds have eased firefighters have been trying to contain a blaze in Orange County Silverado canyon that has spread to dry brush twenty five thousand people were ordered to flee their homes including Dave coral neck and my house is safe so I'm up when my house is up when so but you never know how the wind can swirl around the fire destroyed the house of Silverado canyon resident Larry Pasley nothing else third grade world that can pass we spoke to KNBC TV the fire grew to eleven and a half square miles blanketing a large area with smoke and ash calmer conditions helped hundreds of firefighters who fought the flames on the ground and by air I'm Mike Hampton

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'Last Man Standing' sees Tim Allen in 'Home Improvement' crossover for 9th and final season

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 13 hrs ago

'Last Man Standing' sees Tim Allen in 'Home Improvement' crossover for 9th and final season

"Tool man Taylor Back on TV to do They called me the tool, Man. Oh, Little annoying man standing the final season. January 3rd on Fox Tim Allen will be reviving his home improvement character for a last man standing crossover episode when the series returns for its final season next year. Entertainment Weekly calls it Surreal now wanna play both sitcom dads. At the same time?

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Couple seen beating on hood of man’s truck before he was shot in Houston area

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:33 sec | 13 hrs ago

Couple seen beating on hood of man’s truck before he was shot in Houston area

"Looking for a couple who shot and critically injured the driver of the pickup truck and and what what appears appears to to be be a a case case of of road road rage. rage. Witness Witness Gabriella Gabriella Martinez Martinez and and her her mother mother tell tell our our TV TV partner partner Channel Channel to to it it all all came came down down about about four four o'clock o'clock yesterday yesterday afternoon afternoon on on Bamboo Bamboo Road Road in in northwest Harris County. Couple jumping from their card beating on the hood of the truck at an intersection before the man took out a gun and shot. The driver was scary. Yeah, so she cried, she cried. It was just a scary experience. The man that end woman fled the scene. The

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Healthcare Workers From Across Country Arrive At Worcester COVID Field Hospital SW Of Boston

WBZ Programming

01:55 min | 18 hrs ago

Healthcare Workers From Across Country Arrive At Worcester COVID Field Hospital SW Of Boston

"Open its doors. The patient's Friday was orientation day, where health care workers from all across the country were in attendance. WBZ TV is Christina Hager spoke with some about why they made the trip to Massachusetts. We put the call out and people responded, I hurry Orientation day at Worcester's Covert Field Hospital. They provided showers for us traveling healthcare workers, some from across the country. Good, sir. Face. Fitted for and 95 masks. You just want to open it up as much as you can like that. Somebody could you guys some months of this into your hood, just basically to help out be a part of history, really respiratory therapist Jeff Russell in from North Carolina. He became sick himself while treating covert patients months ago, and that is what drives him now. I said, you know, Look, I've got to be a part of this. You know, I don't want to step on a life so Decided this is what I do and what I could do it. We'll be working in this room, a new addition since the field hospital open during the first search. This is wholly here in and filtering it. As it comes out our first go around here we noticed that the patients want to interact with staffs and other patients. So this time around a new patient lounge. We really encourage them to get up and blade. There are some unique tricks carried over from the first time around around this this box box was was created created specifically specifically for for treating treating patients patients at at this this hospital. hospital. Protect Protect staff. staff. The The providers providers often often right right there there in in front front of of the the patient, patient, looking down their airways, dozens of future staffers learning the INS and outs of this arena turned hospital. Every time they leave, they'll have to go through a Syriza's three doors who the Navy air pressure essentially evacuates the area of any of the code that would remain in the air it every day. Not suppose. We know this closed will will come come through through this this one one again again for for the the next next 8 8 to to 12 12 weeks. weeks. I'm I'm just just proud proud to to have have a a chance chance to to be be able able to to help. help. And And Governor Governor Baker Baker making making the the announcement announcement this this week week that that a a

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Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"

Fresh Air

06:08 min | 1 d ago

Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"

"Bryan cranston. The star of amc's breaking bad returns to series television for the first time since that show left. The air in a new showtime miniseries called your honor which begins on sunday. Cranston plays a new orleans. Judge whose life is torn apart after his teenage son gets into some sudden and very serious trouble are tv critic. David be cooley. Has this review bryan. Cranston had played the goofy dad on the fox sitcom malcolm in the middle then. Redefined himself brilliantly as walter white. The meek high school chemistry teacher in breaking bad. What made walter break. Bad was the sudden news that he had contracted terminal cancer leading to a series of increasingly momentous decisions. In the new showtime miniseries. Your honor cranston returns to series tv playing another character who gets some sudden life changing news. This time he plays. Michael desio a compassionate judge in new orleans and a single parent raising his teenage son after the death of his wife a year ago in an unexpected tragedy. On the day of that saturday anniversary the sun adam played by hunter. Doohan experiences an unexpected tragedy of his own after leaving flowers at the convenience store where his mother was an innocent bystander. Shot by robbers has an asthma attack while driving away he searches for his inhaler on the passenger seat and as he takes his eyes off the road he slams into a motorcycle driven by another teenager. Adam after returning home tells his father what happened next. Where did this happen. Okay okay so would be the new hospital. Then the emeralds. Taken to what in new orleans and i don't know well the police must have sex. Overweight drove away before the tried to can give you called nine hundred time to try to at least yes or no please. I could breathe okay. I got you guys. This ten part series begins like the. Hbo mini series the night of following a young man. He descends deeper and deeper into a horrifying spiral of accidents and consequences that engrossing 2016 mini series was created by peter moffett who adapted it from his own british series. Moffitt is the adapter of your honor as well but this time he's not working from his own story showtimes. Your honor is his new version of a twenty seventeen. Israeli drama called ca- votto which has the same basic plot and is available of sample on youtube but for this adaptation for the united states. The location is changed in new orleans and other elements are given an american spin from police brutality. To local criminal activity one thing stays the same though. And it's thing that makes your honor so gripping from the start the father doing the right thing as both a judge and a citizen escorts his son to the police station to turn them in with an explanation but when he gets there he sees the father of the victim and recognizes him as a powerful local mob boss. All of a sudden the judge realizes that to turn his son in would be to signed his death warrant so from that point on. What is the right thing to do. And how many people does he have to enlist or deceive to do it. There's a certain flavor of breaking bad this because we're essentially put in the position of sympathizing with and rooting for a person who's breaking and avoiding the law but that's not a complaint because breaking bad may be the best tv drama series ever made and bryan cranston once again crafts a marvelously nuanced and empathic performance. And in your honor. He's not alone. The executive producers in addition to moffitt in cranston include robert and michelle king the talented creators of the good wife. So both the characters and the legal twists are fully drawn hundred. Doohan as the judge's son has the same relatable acting skills cranston and needs to since he carries most of the show's opening our and other riveting characters and actors abound michael stool barred from. Tv's fargo plays. The mob boss and hope davis plays his wife as very fierce and involved sort of carmela soprano to his tony and while margo martindale from justified in. The americans doesn't show up as the judges mother-in-law until episode four. Wow is she worth the wait. The writers on your honor include moffitt himself and the directors include clark johnson. An actor and director way back on homicide life on the street and edward. Berger who did a marvelous job directing another showtime miniseries patrick metros showtime provided only four of the ten episodes of your honoring advance. Each one. both impressed and surprised me and made me hungry to see the next cranston's michael ziada is smart enough to think on his feet and almost every scene requires him to do just that to avoid exposure endanger and to protect his only son whatever the repercussions to others the series title. Your honor isn't just the judge's work title. it's also at the center of the show. When it comes to your family would you do to save them. And what effect will that have upon your moral code your relationships with others and your honor

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Rockets’ Russell Westbrook Traded to Wizards for John Wall

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:00 min | 1 d ago

Rockets’ Russell Westbrook Traded to Wizards for John Wall

"Brian windhorst who. I saw yesterday on tv when early in the morning. I saw brian. When i found out that my found out the night before i guess late the night before that westbrook had moved from houston for wall in washington and is everybody knows because they've heard me say two thousand times. I love this trade for washington. But i thought brian would have a better perspective on it because he hasn't been burdened by having to watch the washington wizards for x. amount of years. John wall go nowhere absolutely nowhere. So let me let me start with the most obvious thing and take my prejudices out of this. Why do you make this trade. If you're houston well. I think this is really about the other stars involved. I mean it's hard to say that when you're talking about you know all star. I mean all star point guards. It'd be nine. yeah well. Isn't it all star today. And they and then they forty million dollars. They could traded for each other. I mean this is the definition of a blockbuster. But i'm sitting here saying this is about bradley. Beal james harden and it's different for both of them This is i think houston trying to salvage the situation. Which is they know that. They absolutely positively no westbrook. It are not going work out together. and so they're trying to find a way to keep their fingers in the dam so to speak. I do not think it's going to work I think the fact that they got the first round pick And i think they also hedging. And i don't think this is a strong bat. I wanna be clear. But they're also hedging that if wall recovers from this achilles That it might be better to have him for the next three years and russell westbrook. But i mean you know you're not staking your application on that I think hard and we'll be out of there by the trade deadline. Which looks like it's going to be in late march Maybe well before. But that's what they're trying to do and washington. I you know this is about holding bradley. Beal i mean i don't think it's a revolutionary idea that they have transitioned from john wallace their franchise player to bradley beal. This is clear and while Trust me there are plenty of people out there who have checked in with the wizard checked in with bradley beal however they do that. Are you happy in washington. The answer is still. Yes but the wizards are very aware that that may not be yes indefinitely and so this trade they trade free guy who was on the nba team. Last year. He was thirteen nba And he will in theory. Give them some more ammunition this year to compete with charlotte in atlanta who have upgraded. Their rosters and the wizards need to make the playoffs. This year or i think bradley beal could be out of there. And that's a move in this direction. Is it a slam dunk. Tony no but i think will be a upgrade from what they can expect from john wall.

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Moviegoing as we know it has changed forever

Talking Tech

02:40 min | 1 d ago

Moviegoing as we know it has changed forever

"Can't wait for the day. That i get to go back and enjoy a movie the way it was designed to be seen in a big beautiful theater but i fear that i'm in the minority because the movie theater experience is not going away but let's face it it will never be the same again now. You may have heard the news. That warner brothers studio. That changed hollywood forever with technology. Back in nineteen twenty nine when it invented talkies with the jazz singer announced that in twenty twenty one all of its new movies would play in theaters on streaming day and date. That is so huge. Now we're not talking minor films but major hundred million dollar plus sequels to wonder woman the matrix space jam and more warner's will debut the films on. Its new struggling. Hbo max streaming subscription service. Now theaters are upset. Obviously even though warner says it's a one time experiment due to the pandemic and the fact that most theaters are closed. One time experiment for ear. But let's face it while studios have been talking about doing something like this for decades. The genie is now out of the bottle. Disney took the first step in september with the release of mulan on disney plus and his following up in january with seoul. The latest animated film from pixar. Hbo max will have wonder woman nineteen eighty-four and christmas day a blockbuster that normally would only be seen i in theaters so clearly. Warner's is gonna lose a fortune by not having the theatrical boxoffice and putting all this films on hbo max but it has dreams of making the service the next net flicks which has nearly two hundred million subscribers and generated over six billion dollars in revenues and the most recent quarter warner's revenue at the same time was two point four billion as we've discussed here hbo. Max has had a really hard time finding traction with subscribers because it's not available on the most popular streaming platform roku will wonder woman the matrix and space jam. Change rokos minds will analysts. I've spoken to are so sure as roku is in the driving seat so cut to twenty twenty to the pandemic hopefully behind us in life as return to normal will major feature films debut day dayton and theaters and streaming. I think so consumers have fallen in love with the idea of not having to hire a babysitter jump into the car search for a parking spot and pay thirty dollars or more to sit in a dark room for two hours. Some of us will still do it like me but most of us will take a pass which is a real shame solution. We all need to go out and buy bigger. Tv sets right

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Boston Expects COVID Field Hospital As Nearby Worcester and Lowell Prep Theirs

WBZ Overnight News

01:51 min | 1 d ago

Boston Expects COVID Field Hospital As Nearby Worcester and Lowell Prep Theirs

"Into into a a field field hospital. hospital. Once Once again. again. The building is set to open up this weekend. WBZ TV is Christina Hager tells us what will be different this time around. We have ventilators in here Crash car Today, we learned Worcester's D. C C U U Center Center will will not not be be the the state state on on Lee Lee Field Field Hospital Hospital during during the the second second Cove Cove in in 19 19 surge, surge, the the state state will will be be Launching Launching a a second second field field hospital hospital in Lowell at Governor Charlie Baker says he's considering a third pop up hospital in the southeastern part of the state is cases rise. We can expect their hospitals to continue to face additional strain on the system positive cases arising at the testing site, a block away from the D. C. U Center. More than 800 since August. This is your captain pocket here. The president of U Mass Memorial Healthcare stepped in in to to take take some some swaps, swaps, he he says says more more positive positive cases cases here here leads leads to to more more hospitalizations. hospitalizations. Unless Unless space space we've we've have have cut back on some surgeries and some other things it's happening across this state and large General hospital. Where we've had to do with the increased numbers is peel back a little bit on our elective procedures on the outpatient basis. Hospitals also squeezed for staffing, especially as increased exposure to the virus. It's more and more health care workers out of work, so looking straight at the cameras. If you have the skills, the ability that that can can do do attitude attitude and and have have timeto timeto work work in in a a hospital hospital way way need need you you and and for for anyone anyone interested interested in in applying applying to to help help you you can can go go to to u u mass mass Memorial responds dot com. Or mobile general response dot com This field hospital is set to open on Sunday and Boston Mayor Marty Walz saying on Thursday that he expects a field hospital to be announced in Boston soon. Meanwhile, the number of active covert

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Hip-hop's history with mental health in Black communities

Q

08:29 min | 1 d ago

Hip-hop's history with mental health in Black communities

"TV. Here's a conversation you might remember. I think it's important for us to have conversations about, you know, open conversations about mental health, especially with me. Being black because we never had therapists in the black community. We never approached like taking medication with Kanye West on the show, Jimmy Kimmel live. He's talking about how mental health and simply talking about it. Has a stigma in black communities and their numbers to back that up. In one study out of the United States, 63% of black respondents said that talking about mental health was a sign of weakness and You could see the stigma reflected in hip hop and rap. Mark Anthony Neal is the James B. Duke professor of African and African American studies at Duke University. He's also the co editor of That's the Joint the Hip hop Studies. Reader. So before we get going heads up with this conversation includes topics of depression and suicide, which may be triggering to some professor Neill joined me to talk more about hip hop's long history with the topic of mental health and mental illness. Fester. Neil, Thanks so much for making the time today. Thanks for having me It's a pleasure, So I have a whole lot to get with you today. But just let's start very broadly. How would you describe hip hop's overall track record when it comes to mental health and mental illness? You know, I think hip hop reflects where the conversations about mental health are with black communities More broadly, and particularly with black men s 01 of the real breakthrough was in recent years was, you know Jay Z's 444 You know his own kind of bourgeois way. It was a recording that talked about the significance of actually sitting down and talking with a therapist, right toe work through all kinds of notions of trauma. And you know for someone like Jay Z. You know, part of it's because now he's older, right, but it's also a break with the way that black men have often dealt with mental health. You know where we just man up, right? And and instead of, you know, seeking therapy, you know, clinical psychologist, you know, you find all these different moments reflected in hip hop of black men basically inviting. You know marijuana weed Percocet? Of course, there has become kind of the painkiller of choice in recent years, And this is all you know, young black men responding to a mental health crisis that they're having in their daily lives, right? And if I'm reading it correctly, What you're saying is that you know what we see in hip hop. Is ultimately reflective of the larger historical stigma. Mental health has in some black communities, and there's no question right and it is not just mental health, right? I mean, we're having the same conversations with in black communities and definitely within hip hop. About just things like going to the doctor on a regular basis, Right? Regular kind of preventative health care are the kinds of things that you know if you feel pain, you just, you know, Hustle passed, right. You just grind past it because it takes up time, right? And time is money and all these kinds of you know things that we here in Montrose and circulate within, You know, black masculinity. In hip hop culture, right, so mental health becomes, you know on their team Continuing well, part of what we're doing here today is looking back at some of the pivotal rack records that have explored mental health. So take a listen to this me cause I'm close to Doug Etch. I'm try again not to lose my head. So that's a bit of the message from Grandmaster Flash and the Furious five relation 82 Mel Mel, who's rapping in the Verses. Don't push me cause I'm close to the edge. I mean, incredibly legendary, You know, line in hip hop. I have to admit I had never thought about it in the grander context of mental health before. Right, because it's rage, right? You know, how do I control the rage of my experience in the hood and all the things that are going on right that you know that are both continuous and cyclical. And and we can't seem to get out of this cycle if you will, And so the only thing to express their some sort of sense of rage and again. We typically don't think about that in the continuum of mental health or emotional health, right? But the point is, how do you manage what's going on in your life so that you don't You know, I have this moment We have another clip taken. Listen to them, But I go in. Not without a fight. See, Every time I close, I start sweating and blood starts coming out my nose. It's somebody watching the back, but I don't know who it is. So I'm watching my back to get her boys with mind playing tricks on me. Classic rap record back in 1991. Hear paranoia. You hear anxiety, You know? What is it about The ghetto boys take a mental health care that sticks out to you. You know what's important about a song like that, you know, unlike the Grandmaster Flash, and here is a part of example that you played You know what we see this kind of outward expression of what's happening emotionally and mentally. This is one of the first songs I think really dealt with the interiority of mental health crisis, right? It's the stuff that might be there what it's probably not. But it's so internalized that I can't see my way out of it on by think that particularly resonated for many young black men listening to hip hop in that period of time. You know, because of this kind of stoicism. That's that was expected right that you have to keep everything inside. But you can't let people know how you feel right. And what's going on What pain you're going through, You know, So you internalize so much of this, and I think that song does a great job of capturing what's going on in the mind literally of these men in the soul. But let's talk a little bit about treatment. You know, there have been Rap artists who have argued that they don't need professional therapy because the form itself because the music itself is inherently therapeutic. Listen, I'm not here to deny anyone's truth, I'm not here to get in the way of anyone's treatment path. What were. What do you make of that? I understand this on on several levels, right? There has long been a concern, but then black communities about what we see as Western forms of therapy, you know their feet. It's not connected to the live realities of what it means to be black in America, or even you know, black and African In the world. Um so I understand why you have been expressions of suspicion around clinical psychology right in that context, But I think you know I fall down on expertise right folks who were trained Clinically to address whether it be paranoid schizophrenia or or depression or or the whole range of emotionality is that they're contribute to what we think of as as as mental health. On guy think there's no replacing that expertise and where, at a point in time now, you know to the earlier point, you know that their candidate need made about there, not being folks in the community. Well, we know that there are in fact, you know African American therapists, right? In fact, they're thriving in this period of time, largely because you know, because of folks like saying Jay Z and another, you know, producing black woman writers and artists. Who have talked about the significance of finding a therapist, you know in their life, and so I think it has to be more of a both in right, definitely finding a community find folks that you can work the would talk through. You know who can be that first line of intervention? You know if you are suffering through, you know, anxiety or other forms of the mental health crisis, But But there is an expertise there that that folks need to pursue and again. Jay Z was so critical in this moment because, you know, he basically said, I went to see a therapist, right? If I'm going to be the Ogi of hip hop right, then it's OK. Can you elaborate on how a skepticism of psychotherapy could be related to anti black racism in our society? I mean, it's just that right the fact that we have the largest society that has never understood You know the black frame if you will. The Black is first in this country and I have tried to apply normative structures that come outside of the everyday experience of black folks, too. You know how black folks are working through their their mental health? You know, there's also the larger question of the way that that mental health care is connected to generally health care in America and general suspicion right of the medical profession. When it comes to issues of race. We could just think you know the Tuskegee experiments right? And it just think about those men for a second, right to on the one hand are subjected. You know to physical problems because of the experiments, but at the same time, Ah work into all kinds of levels of schizophrenia and depression, you know, based on the physical sense that they're also is not being addressed. You know, in the context of that movement, if you're just tuning in

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Seattle hotels in trouble with lowest occupancy on West Coast

Tom and Curley

01:17 min | 2 d ago

Seattle hotels in trouble with lowest occupancy on West Coast

"Lending $100 million to keep the Washington State Convention Center expansion from shutting down. Executive doubt. Constantine announced that this afternoon action is designed preserved many hundreds of family wage construction jobs at a difficult time for workers and for our economy. Constantine says the project was in trouble because some of its funding comes from taxes on hotels, Another lodging, those have taken a huge hit during the pandemic. As Cairo seven, TV's Michelle Millman explains, according to visit Seattle Hotels here have the lowest occupancy on the West coast at 20%. Revenues for Seattle hotels are down an estimated 80% businesses struggling during the pandemic can now apply for part of the $50 million in grant money from the state. Over seven. TV's Lauren Donovan has the details on that the Washington State Commerce Department is footing the bill on the maximum amount potentially awarded is $20,000 that money must be used to help remedy of Cupid related hardship. Owners also have to prove any expenses are necessary. Small businesses with annual revenues of $5 million or less in 2019 are eligible as our fitness centers, music venues and other industries significantly impacted by recent public health measures a

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TV sports package subscribers will get $1 billion in refunds

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

TV sports package subscribers will get $1 billion in refunds

"Including a TNT. Charter Communications and Verizon are offering a total of $1.1 billion in refunds to customers who bought sports packages this year. But we're deprived of Ewing Slam dunks and home runs because of games being canceled due to the pandemic. Charter says it will give $218 million in refunds. Verizon says it will issue refunds to be credited to customer bills this month. Dish Network says it plans to give customers or regional sports networks Bill Credit and Replacement sports programming for free. Matt Piper.

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Former Presidents Obama, Clinton and Bush say they'd get a COVID-19 vaccine on camera to prove safety

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Former Presidents Obama, Clinton and Bush say they'd get a COVID-19 vaccine on camera to prove safety

"George W. Bush and Barack Obama are volunteering to get their covert 19 vaccine shots. On camera. Hope is that will boost public confidence in the vaccine safety once it's authorized by the FDA, Mr Obama tells Sirius XM. If Dr Fauci says the vaccine is safe, that's good enough for him. If you are elderly, if you've got a pre existing condition if you're a frontline worker, if you are in a grocery store, if your first responder you should take that vaccine, and I promise you that when it's been made for people who are less at risk, I will be taken it and now I may end up taking an option on TV or Having a film just so that people know that I trust this science. The former president he understands some folks may have reservations. But, he adds, It's important to remember. Vaccines have saved people for Decades from harmful diseases. Now the President Trump's effort to

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Hulu officially launches its co-viewing feature, Watch Party

Daily Tech News Show

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Hulu officially launches its co-viewing feature, Watch Party

"Hulu released. Its co watching part watch party feature to all subscribers weather ad-supported marshall free tears. Everybody gets to watch stuff together. So clicking on the watch party icon when viewing on demand show in hulu will then link that can be shared to watch the program. Together with up to seven other hulu subscribers ought to be subscribers. But you can do it together. Watch party includes an integrated chats. You can chat along with folks. The feature was originally released as a test for just commercial free subscribers back in may so i guess they probably have enough data to say. I think everybody can benefit from this. Now if you pause something whether it's a movie or tv show. It won't pause the movie for anybody else and then when you return you can either choose to stay back or click to catch up and get back in sync with everybody. Probably what a stat at chad. If you're ten minutes behind though amazon twitch hbo plex instagram. And facebook have all launched co watching features this year. It's all the rage and third parties. Offer co watching for netflix. And other service

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In seismic shift, Warner Bros. to stream all 2021 films

Sean Hannity

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

In seismic shift, Warner Bros. to stream all 2021 films

"TV did not kill off the movie's 70 years ago. But the pandemic my just listen to this and the most seismic shift by a Hollywood studio yet Warner Brothers, announcing that all of its 2021 releases and include the new Matrix, the new dune, Godzilla versus King Kong in the Heights, all of them to be streamed on HBO, Max at the same time they play in theaters. This is unprecedented. The films to debut simultaneously after month. They'll stop streaming continue to play on Lee in theaters. Previously Warner Brothers who said it would put Wonder Woman, 1984 on HBO, Max next December. In addition to in the

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Obama, Bush and Clinton will take coronavirus vaccine and might film it to build confidence

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 2 d ago

Obama, Bush and Clinton will take coronavirus vaccine and might film it to build confidence

"Former presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama are volunteering to get their covert 19 vaccine shots on camera if necessary in the hopes of boosting public confidence in the vaccine safety. Obama telling serious exam. If Dr Fauci says the vaccine is safe, he believes him if you are elderly, if you've got a pre existing condition if you're a frontline worker, if you are in a grocery store, if your first responder you should take that vaccine, and I promise you that when it's been made for people who are less at risk, I will be taken it and now I may end up taking us on TV or Having a film just so that people know that I trust this science. Former president says he understands there may be some hesitancy about a vaccine, especially in the African American community. But, he adds, it's important to remember that vaccines have saved us from diseases that once decimated entire communities.

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They Call Us We Bare Bears

They Call Us Bruce

05:38 min | 2 months ago

They Call Us We Bare Bears

"Hello and welcome to another edition of they call us Bruce and unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asia America. I'm bill you. And I'm Jeff Yang and we are so incredibly pleased tonight to have with us a very special guest, a friend of ours, a friend of the PODCAST and a brilliant animation creator. That's kind of a big drum roll right now who's it going to be? But I'm here to tell you that it is in fact, Daniel Chong the creator of we bear bears one of our favorite animated series Daniel welcomes the fogcast. Welcome. Thank you for that intro. Man I don't know what to do with that that. Good now. All right. No for real. Huge. Admirers of yours and big fans of of we bear bears I've you know as much as possible I've I've kept up with it given. The fact of the world is basically a rolling apocalypse I'd. Things things we've your bears are the things that make life feel less like a total and utter shit show. And I will say We're particularly excited because we have the chance to actually take a look at the. We are bears movie, which is sort of like an exclamation point on the series and it was fantastic. I mean I have so many things to ask about say about it especially the fact that it feels like. I don't want to say this to overstate this in some ways, but it feels Kinda like an important movie in ways that I will elaborate. Thank you perfect for twenty twenty I'll say that But let's begin actually Daniel. By talking about how this got started in I mean for those of you who have not yet watch, we bear bears. It actually began as a web comic called the bear bears right. Three bear bears right shortly there and tells how that where that came from and I guess how this how this turned into. What it is today. Yeah It was a web comic that I had created it. You know I was working in the industry in the animation industry ad. I just wanted to make my own thing. And at the time you know people are posting things on blogs and stuff. So I created this comic on my own called three bear bears is kind of a play on Goldilocks, three bears and so Yeah it was. It was a comic that It was very like free for me. I. Didn't like really right out anything ahead of time I just kind of like A. Free associated as I was drawing it and nobody read it and nobody cared and just completely I remember going onto comic forums and trying to post it like, Hey, guys check this out in like nobody wanted to talk to me on forum. So it was just like. But but the thing is I was already working. So it's not like it was so debilitating. What was it? The only thing I had? It was just You know it is it is that was just it was my outlet that my special hobby I guess at the time. So but as I was in the animation industry working as a story artist for about ten years run by fifth year I was starting to get antsy I just wanted to create my own things. So I started taking these comics different ideas that I had started just flushing them out into pitches into stories and or. TV shows, and that's where three bears became weaver bears. I got to change that title for legal reasons apparently. Some what's called a some company owned I think there were a taxidermy company, they own something similar. So. You know now the title really means nothing at it makes no sense but it's So. Yeah. We're not responsive opportunity right there if you. Off. So. When you when you came up with this for the idea when he became a cartoon a series, like what were the kind of the things that you were like how did you pitch it honestly when I tried tried to explain this series to people who've never seen it? Yeah. It's kind of a weird thing to try to like I like the concept is such a It's so simple and yet it. So it's too simple in a lot of ways. Yeah and then trying to explain to the emotional complexity of is difficult. You know. I think the pitch itself was was. The visuals help a lot. I'm not just pitching words so. I think there are two things that were very crucial to well, maybe three. Crucial things to the the Bible ever the pitch that I did that help sell at one was the visual of stack these three bear stack them each other which you know I it was a very iconic thing in the comic and that was definitely the thing carried into the pitch, and so you know I pretty much started off the Bible by showing this image of the three bears together. So it just. kind of it's sort of just evokes a very strong image up the top. The second image that I put in the Bible was an image of the three bears mingling at a party with a bunch of Humid's holding like cups at a party and nobody is freaking out by them. They're just all mingling together as if they're like, you just talking about the weather or something like that, and that was another like. Important image to kind of sell here's the joke. Is that these three years nobody freaks out when they see them they're just one of you guys except there bears. So that was the other really important image to sell this project

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"w tv" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"w tv" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Curious to see how they tie this. All together I think they're doing all these backstories. Michael. K Williams is in it guy what's her name and and Antoine and Antoine? The Mom from the Clark Sisters Movie. Oh. I'm going to miss for now say, but I'M GONNA look it up. I think it's like Austin RJ Ellis Courtney Vance was in it he was only love Courtney of course. He was dancing journey small small. Of course she's perfect for those which movie. Let me tell you shows young Angela. Bassett. Be Very talented very. An axe really really hard but super talented. I mean very hard. I mean. She's been doing this since. So House though exactly we stand Angela Bassett dirty small. Act the, you hear they put the whole forearms in it. And is good acting is acting. But I've been watching love grabbed luxury I was catching up on marriage boot camp. You know RJ RJ. Okay. Aaj Gina Gina I in a U. N. J. and you on Andrzej Ellis. Okay. So on Gina. Plays Courtney be Vance's wife. Okay. Good. KIP Elida. hippolyte. So these these are from names for your tail. This is this takes place between the late forties in the sixties hip Elida hippolyte. But I've been watching lovecraft country obviously my love after lockup in my ninety day fiance going back to my old shows girlfriends key and I have talked repeatedly about living single I watched Livingston Google far more often than I would like to admit. Oh God. What Oh, I need to get push just doesn't get old it doesn't does not get all ages like wine is classic it's timeless literally never sours. It's vinegar. It, we didn't really all you like I was so happy that is India won all those awards last night i. won that award last night because euphoria did you watch for you know? You four was good ash show and she bows laid the hell out of that role. Euphoria was about a young teenage drug addict Syndey whose name was ru who is navigating life trying to get clean she's ordering off of drugs, but really she doesn't get fully off And you know it's about all the stuff that she's dealing with as a teenager. She's got a best friend turned love interest who is a trans girl noon town her real name her her real name is hunter. and. So that's a best friend turned love interest and her sister is storm Reid. As she's yes, she's battling. She's battling a serious. I think heroin. Like opioid them you opioid addiction pills. She's battling a serious pill addiction and trying to navigate life as a teenager and all the things that comes with that as an addict and she's a serious addict lost her father and that's I. Think how she got addicted to drugs was getting his pain medication. But. Yeah it's but it's a really it's a beautifully shot show my goodness. Beautiful Shot. Beautifully shot but that's just a little TV talk for you all. It wasn't anything too involved. You know write us let us know what you are listening to. I'm listening to we know what you've been listening to write us. Let us know what you've been watching. Give us some good suggestions obviously key and I have very different tastes in TV. So We'd love to. Send me a DM today and suggested that we talk about we watch A. I said I will go mention it's just to get your reaction, but she sent me a DNA was like you guys should watch Tyler Perry's last the last movie lost me already youtube. Like you guys should watch that. Talk about on the show and I can't make any promises. Say Myself having watched claim like ten years and I know that jade is not interested But I will I will ask her and I'm doing my part well SIS. Insists who wrote in listen here was absolutely right. You lost me at you should watch tylenol it down our. Governor of war. Now, we didn't acknowledged and he got the governor's award at the at the Emmys last night. Amy also is a billionaire now he yes he told a story about his grandma squeal. So shot out the tyler shut out to you and you know what? I'll always be for black people success. Now you know I still think that the Boondocks was right and that was compound but. GonNa give me some more kool-aid but I do always love to see black people come up. So congratulations to a black billionaire, tyler, Perry and for your award at the Emmys for show and with that, we're going to get into this honesty box. Okay. Pay because keeping it light isn't working Hulu presents woke a new comedy series inspired by the life and work of artists. Keith night..

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"w tv" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

08:40 min | 2 months ago

"w tv" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"So we're keeping the kitchen table light this week and the EMMYS happen yesterday I did not watch says, did YOU WATCH UNITED I watch You know that I did not I mean We're just here. I have probably have watched the emmys maybe. A total of one time I think think I've sat through. I don't think I've sat through a whole emmys awards. But if you compile the pieces in highlight reels it, I've watched over the years it will probably amount to one same absolute episode. I know that I watched the year that crystal was nominated. Absolutely. But you know. Hey I think I have watched maybe one and a half full emmy awards shows in my entire life in whole black life. But God bless them Scott bless them and speaking of black lives. We WanNA shout out all of the black winners at the EMMYS. Show you right Regina King won her fourth emmy for outstanding lead actress in drama series for watchmen Ouzo duboe won her third Primetime Emmy for outstanding actress, Eddie Murphy. Won his first. CA- Eddie Murphy Kerry Washington both won their first EMMYS. Yes. In all of his career in all of his career, he's only been nominated four times. Carrie Washington. So both of them won their first Eddie's for outstanding guest actor in comedy series, and that's for his return to snl okay and then there was a father daughter duo, Ron? Safest Jones, and Jasmine see fish Jones both mine which I think is lovely. He said that was. That was one of the highlights of his life was watching his daughter when you know he's got mine and it was nice to get another one. But to see my daughter win and see her dream start, you know coming to fulfilment like that is incredible So he won for this is us and she won for I guess a film called Hashtag Free Raytheon Okay, very black I'm GONNA have to go look at that though. Dave Chapelle one stick and stones that and lastly famous Acceptance Speech Zinn Daya. Absolutely Oh, we love our Virgo Queen. She won for best lead actress in a drama for euphoria and they didn't insecure win Oh and insecure. Yes. I have the Mo- here to they got eight nominations but they won for outstanding single camera picture editing for the low key trying episode. They listen it's her first one for insecure. We will celebrate we're to celebrate it and I think I got all the black people if I missed anybody. Charge to the game. So with you know with all of that and Look beautiful I loved her her hair. And her outfit she always gives you know what I'm saying she's so gracious both our con- She. Really. Yes and the and the youngest to ever win that award. I mean as Dan if you're like we must if you don't stand, you are hating US nigger. So I thought in light of the enemies we just talk about TV that we've been watching whether it be old whether we're doing some re watches or some new team now watching anything current all your nine no probably not anything that's like currently on right now five from like bows whilst Potomac. Okay. So get into what you've been watching I've been watching the house last. Potomac. Our. Marriage Huntsville is that the one with the lady with the really long neck and her husband cheating on her And he's like really pretty. Her heck with her neck was long but sure yes. Okay. Yes. Yes. She's like A. Pretty Lady Donate Stone Age has been from Levin there. I already know this show because Trista was watching. A he started watching it because he thought it was a real estate show. So I. Think you know it was three couples each doing something around like real estate, real estate development or like you know. And they were building up the real estate in like they were rented by a part of the inspiration of like Huntsville Alabama but they were. Revitalizing. You know. Yeah, yeah I saw the in Huntsville and that's where you know that was the hook like it was like these three couples but then we got into it and it was the real housewives of hundred mess of their relationships start their friendships amongst. Across Marriages, and then you know all that stuff going on within each marriage became the crux of the show but I watch it still even I feel like they're season wrapped up short because they had to stop filming for Kobe Okay but I did watch that. Let's see I know that the hasn't had not on own back. Caught up, I know I did what probably watched the first season of the episode, but you're not kind of like Greenlee. Own those kinds of programs. Like. It seems like they're only slated for certain number of seasons. Then when they get toward the end, they just try to cram everything in and then he gets to be a mess. Yeah so I think I'm not really. I've kind of found myself in. A. Net flicks thing Lately, I've been kind of like going back and watching the television show of the early two thousands. Oh Girl Franks. have been getting my life why haven't even gotten into girlfriends that much watching few episodes of the game okay. But I you know I'm still watching grey's anatomy and private practice. We've got five seasons of careers and I mean I just cannot seem to stop myself from watching and rewatching because it's just so layered and it's just so like I don't know. But SHONDA RHIMES is really gifted and each I actually it's just masterful in her character development because each character in grey's anatomy could have his own show right because there's just so much. Miss there. But I found myself just kind of watching those things over and over again. And Washington like documentaries on Netflix I watched the social experiment that no, but it's on my lists hull guy now that gave me a panic attack watch that though. Let me see what else I've been watching just like a rerun on the one I watched family matters, I watch law and order especially unit. Current things I'd like to get caught because the news in all these notifications, things that kind of wear me out. So I go to TV F my happy place and I tried to watch older sitcoms fictional things because I cannot. I cannot deal with the realities of the world. So the I did watch marriage BOOTCAMP HIP hop. All of that I started with corrupt and. In his history partner. Listen Lady has a lot to be mad about she does. She. She. pissed optimal level. At all times but I did watch that that was very entertaining. But I don't know those skill question. Sure. What does a Hazel do let me tell you something but fast get on my nerves. Let me tell you why I don't care for that hastily like whatever it is that she does I mean. I'm really not clear on what she does, but she has found a way. To market it right she is like a social media she's like a walking basset. Even in that Levin Marriage Hip hop she was the leak like they I watched one of their behind the scenes episodes. And they signed, of course they have to like. The rate right. They had car her like footage like we're her phone like talking to people showing people the House and like telling people what was going on when there was a fight like Willie from day twenty six. Fight with her rehearsal. Her whatever and she. She..

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"w tv" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"w tv" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Shot out this week. Is Very Near and dear to US I am holy disgusted with myself. So last week we had an episode where we celebrate it eight point five, million downloads of getting grown and you know we continue to thank you all for your support as you you know you guys really just really hold key and I down Chris Show but another person who holds us down that we didn't even mention which is crazy is Tie Wurley. Our editor yes indeed tie. Comes through every single week in edits the episode. Stays up late sometimes, it does early mornings and deals with our schedule changes, all kinds of things, and we could not have gotten to a point five and handles the ad stuff and all that we could not have gotten to a point five million downloads without tie were not, and we were absolutely remiss impaling swing knowledge tie all the members of our loudspeakers family. Time especially worked so closely with him in pulling together all of the the names and details for the show so. Thank you for all of your hard work. Thank you. Bring, a year talent and expertise to what we do without you. We would not be where we are. So thank you for all that you've done. Yes. Looking forward to continue to work with you in the future we love high and we're really grateful for Thai and yes, like you said, we were very interested in not bringing him up last week just Chai charges at a game charges to the we charge. It's all of that. boat but we WANNA thank tie for you know holding down every week and being being a big part of the team as well. So ties are shot out this week you can buy yes..

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"w tv" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

06:35 min | 2 months ago

"w tv" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Because he had an all white jury sixteen years old tried as an adult. It's absolutely disgusting like we have and I I I strongly believe that's why everything has happened the way it is right now because this is a system, this is this is this can't continue forward but empires have fallen before so. That's pretty much on that Some of those people's president is trying to ban tick tock. he claimed it was gonna be gone on Sunday. It's still here so. It's he's banning lots of things he is. He's trying to he's causing chaos the negativity I mean, may him? You know before this November and we'll see what happens them but it's about to be a rumble nigger like it's I. Hope Everybody's only apart. So Louisville actually reached a multimillion dollar settlement with the family of Brianna Taylor. I think it's twelve twelve million dollars Yup with the family of Brianna Taylor But they still haven't arrested. Having arrested those cops. Right. You know and you know why you want this it's nothing about this is going to be a sub celebratory moment because. A completely innocent life was taken in a way that absolutely should not have been and the people who are responsible are walking this earth just as free as they can be. And it's not right working pay I'm sure they're on some sort of admin leave they can't be physically working. I'm assuming because there's too many people on their heads. There's too many people who want them people brought to justice. I'm not going to say what kind of justice but they do need to be arrested. If anything else they need to be arrested you off took the life of an innocent woman who was sleeping in her bed. You need to be arrested. You do not deserve to be walking free. There's no reason this should have happened, and then the trumped up charges that you tried to put on the household and say why you all came in the first place all of it was ally, and the fact that this is just continues to be to be allowed as just this cannot sustain itself. I can't say it just cannot sustain itself. We can sustain US though it's been sustaining selfish is. Now is burning. Now, it's burning will. I guess it's been burning a slow fire I. Don't know Nigga I'm Hopele- This is hopeless. I feel low key, hopeless I'm not, GonNa lie to you. It's just really hard yeah to be black in America. Like you know to paraphrase. James Baldwin. It's like. How do we? How are we? Not? How are we not supposed to be outraged? But you know. I'm I don't I don't I I know it's hard I I feel like we should. Celebrate. The Very I. Don't know. That's probably not an appropriate where I feel like should. Celebrate that. They bring honest family is going to receive some sort of I mean you can't put a price on her life, right? But I'm sure that her her mother and her family they have been out on the frontlines fighting for justice. In assets have probably had to deal with A. Host of costs and expenses around this fight to get justice in some sort of restitution for. What what they've gone through but the same time. It seems like. Gosh I. Know if in like, what are you even? I know I was having this conversation with a friend last night he was like. Do you ever feel like just. Hopeless like everything is bad. and. I'll say you know in all honesty sometimes and then I I have days. Like that were try to remember it's hard. There are days that are really really hard and it's really hard to remember. The good things you know in the moments that you would think would wanna be celebrated or hard to celebrate you and the family can't celebrate getting twelve million dollars like you said because. They. They it all back to have. Exactly Ana. Exactly. But I'm glad they got something however. You know it's on those days where we feel hopeless I really try. I. Try I try to really dig for some kind of gratitude real and remember that. Not every day is like that. and. It's hard when you're in it and it feels like everything is bad. In. But we know we gotta try to dig for that little that little bit of that little bit positivity that's going to help us to try to pull ourselves out of it because it's too easy to to get dragged in you know what I'm saying. So. We we continue continued to send our love to the family of Brianna Taylor to the loved ones of Brianna Taylor because. It's just it's just an unnecessary situation that is not being handled in the proper way in. It just continues to show that white supremacy you know. It it it just it flourishes discussing. Lastly. The EMMYS was yesterday, which we'll talk more about and there were supposed to be to red carpet I. Don't know what Red Carpet Baotou red carpet hosts, Vivica Fox, and oh. Yeah. VIVICA. Fox was supposed to be one of them and what's her name Juliana ransacked the one who always does it? Oh Jeez and neither one could because of tested positive for COVID. Wow really. Yup. VIVICA tested positive for covert and Juliana in her whole family tested positive for covert. So it seems like everybody is as healthy as can be right now, they're just quarantining to stay safe and to.

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Bad Friends

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"w tv" Discussed on Bad Friends

"Chris Chris Chris I tell you something okay great. I'll call him from here. They can hear through the headphones network. Call Him as your your number though. Grif IS GONNA be so mad that we just did that. I love it. He's going to be fucking pissed. Yeah so you WANNA call him. What do you want to ask you if it's racist or not okay? We are by the way I am going to tell you something. I know. He's going to say yes no. He's not yes he's my boy did it doesn't matter you don't boys when boys are boys. Hello let's leave a message. In what side a Bra Santino? And Bobby Lee. Were recording our podcast. And and Bobby said something questionably racist saying that black people avoid skin. We want to know if you think that's bad or not. Bobby's feeling bad about it again. I WanNa see if you can pick up my phone. Okay this'll be embarrassing. That made me feel good. That honestly made me feel good. Yeah he would have picked up though. It would have been so joyous whose most famous person in your phone that you call right now. I have some who do you have do you have. I have a number of somebody but I know they won't pick up the phone but I'll show you okay. Look one. That's huge. That's huge. That's huge but I know she won't pick up I don't have I don't have. I have see this one. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah pretty big. But you won't call. I will not call. I will not go. It's so funny because I'd be so scared because I don't know what I would say. Yeah I'm afraid that it's funny that yeah. There are two coats that have some in there. You put on people under different names. Yeah I'll put nature on X. Why because I'll just think to myself that this huge celebrity the thing natron ex. Yeah and then then years later. I'll forget who natron X.'s. Do you do you have a girl in your phone. That's still in your phone from before Kaleida and then she still in your phone. But you've changed her name. Do you have girls in your phone before. Delilah Ideas X.'s. But you and you keep them in there. Yeah just give a shit no. She wouldn't care at all because I don't call them. What if they called you? They do a one of them called me like crying about what how how career is not going well. Did you do anything to help her? I gave her like affirmations. You reinforcer no. I'll just go. This is what you need to do kind of stuff. Can you say no? Can I guess not? You'll never guess and I want to get into that. I'M GONNA be. She probably listen to this and she'll be very sad. I'M GONNA guess who I'm GonNa Guess. Go ahead Kathy Griffin. No these are women. I dated. Okay I never dated Kathy Griffin now. What I heard I went to her house once. I never fucked no. I went to a Christmas party once. None she unwrapped a little gifted and she she and wrapped a little south angry pussy. You know that she does. What do we do on time? We're good I tell we at least everyone listening at home. All this dead space. Were watching George. Try to math. What started Seventeen minutes beforehand just to get all the stuff some of that stuff. We're going to have to cut out. Also bobby waving a gun at me. I can't fucking believe I know. Don't don't don't bobby don't don't shoot it fucking expensive shit in here. You know what my fucking you know my great shoot the screen the TV. Yeah because see what happens allegra. It'll go closer turnaround. Are you going to do it? Yeah that's that's my TV. How much is it? I don't know it doesn't matter to Fucking TV like what? Then we gotta go get a new ride. I kind of want you to do it now but if you do I'm cool with it. We just have to go get one then. I'll go buy one now. I get a better one. Here's my only fear or I don't care about the TV it's a piece of Shit TV but the cameras. What if it hits one of the cameras the odds the if I look at it bounces the Balsam ounce everywhere? Let me odds of it. Shoot your hat again today. Yeah Amy here. Okay if this. It'll hit Georgia in the face and I'm not GonNa do God dude if you do it thank you. I'm going to do it. I'm going to do it really I'm going to do you. Don't have the balls. I don't know I don't know the balls or shoot my own TV pussy. Oh my God dude. I'm so scared your pussy your week right. That's what it is D- I I honestly I don't need to do this. Podcast me neither shoot me when we're done this is it. This is the last one we do. You're right okay. Then take out your penis penis. No I would never shoot you. Hold out your hat though. Can I show? You're on screen or nothing. I don't WanNA shoot the fucking TV. Then we're GONNA get a new TV a week. That's a lobby in life. This is for Showbiz. This is for entertainment purposes. It's going to regain bounce off in her. I'M GONNA turn around..

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"w tv" Discussed on Bad Friends

Bad Friends

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"w tv" Discussed on Bad Friends

"Bad friends enter it. Okay that's what you see the photo no of you and me. Npr willer wheeler whatever. His name is Robo. Oh that's a great photo. Who Tried for a cameraman? I smoke did you smoke a cigar onset know that we were outside smoking together. So it's not. It's not as if like we're not we hang out. He looks tight tight. It looks like a cool. Do do but it's not gonNA have relationship. I'm Bobby Lee. Who the fuck you are right but so I have a little confidence. When I was young I did a show called us when I was a young kid. And Yeah we remember that show up but he was a basketball manager right so I did like to. Who hate that fucking. He's a comedian. Yeah his let me. Don't even Google let me think of it nominee Google and you can think of it. Okay are less. Tv show his new to us. It's something yeah it is all right. Robert Will Robert Wool. Robert will. Yeah and he's like and he's got that Canaan smarmy a little bit. Yes on that show. I was so scared. I didn't know who the director was. I didn't know what was going on. I just remember being you know. I was twenty eight years old twenty seven years old. That's like super young yet. I only started when I was twenty. Three and I'm from a small town and I it from San Diego from power though it's like a little askew it's in San Diego North County. It's deep in the woods. There's no woods. I know but there are trees. Arteries are promised to your twenty-eight. Uganda are less. You're nervous Robert. Dole isn't nice to you. Yeah and so. I'm just scared. I don't know what a Jib is. I don't know what the tech terms anything about it. Right so yeah you know when they say all right. You're done with the scene. You know you scratch your dressing room trailer and just wait. You know what I mean but now you know you. Fuck around with the cameraman. I know everybody I know that you hang out. You know what in the you know the stars of the show or your friends? You know you know how to do it. You know so but I can hang out with a guy like him and we can jab and my honest opinion is is that when when used to I used to Do Commercials by with a guy named Joe Pitt car and he was like Steven Spielberg of Commercials Commercials King. He did the Bono's campaign. What yeah he did. That was my favorite Shit on earth as a kid. When Michael Jackson got his head Khanfar with Pepsi commercial was him really. Did all the Britney Spears us the biggest one but he was seven foot two. What white hair down to his back. And he was the Meena son of a Bitch I've ever asked Shapiro. Bottom Y Z so mean Kushtia. Fear used to commercials for Eric. Stonestreet did appoint sixty from him sixty one time he he had the. I'm not kidding. You he goes are. I want the crew. The cameraman everyone on set to form a circle so they formed a circle. Never be put me in the middle of the circle and they point your finger. They point the finger at me at everyone. Repeat after me. You're the worst actor on planet Earth. You're making this. Not The entire crew did not say that. You're the he's the guy that beat the Shit GonNa Fistfight with a fucking actor. Said he hired. I Love The sky. Yeah you know that's your. That's your wheelhouse. Y- The guys disciplined discipline your the worst actor. I Dunno whenever I fact I when I run into people like that I think of you. Yeah Yeah what is his name. This guy's my fucking hero. Pitcock JOE PITCOCK link up with pit bad whoa he looks like Vigo from fucking so my God Jo. Yes you'll pit. Car Weird Flash. There's actually there's one commercially did. That's on Youtube that with me and Eric can we find it? It's IBM Bobby Lee. Ibm Bobby Lee. That was a Joe Pitt. Go this one was a bank robbery. And that's it. There's no money here no money. This is the safe safer. Safer Powell hardware. Smart CARDS is security. Who are you are you cleaning? Crew toys is a mess. Have have come a long way. That was some of the worst fucking acting. I've ever seen in my life and I mean with every ounce of my body who are. Yeah I don't. We're the cleaning crew jokes a mess in here but you understand. That was incredible. I know because I can't be loose with. I have when I'm under the dictator right you. Well you look like a dictator sitting with your shaved head in that chair would you? It was a format. Tv You shave for one year decided to do among thing but you didn't have the attitude of a monk. Okay don't make fun of my acting. Right we fucking. I'm not I'm not can I show you look? We've all done commercials yet. Well I don't even know if it's still up but the first one was Mike's hard lemonade. I'm dead Syria Nascar. It probably doesn't exist on here anymore. Yeah no no. That means that you didn't do it. I did not on Youtube. He didn't do it. Well I'm telling you I did. I don't I don't know where it is. An NASCAR commercial now. No Oh maybe this is. It was.

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WTVN

08:10 min | 10 months ago

"w tv" Discussed on WTVN

"One W. TV and eight hundred six ten WTVN let's get Ryan Ryan thanks for calling the six pack tonight what do you think right thanks for having me yeah so I was in the military and I got out in two thousand seven so thoroughly read one thing that they offered us was you to cumulate two point five days every month of vacation now at the end of the year if you didn't use it or whatever you could you could you could actually spell it back to the military or decent amount and it does the night the baby some copies research maybe it looks like that where instead of using your vacation they would rather have you they're working so pay you there yeah the work you have the choice they would put the best of both really yes several people called tonight and and had worked in locations that did that where you could sell it back to the company and I personally I've never had that experience before but that would be kind of nice or at the very least rate let it roll over you know chat next year you never know when you're going to get sick or something and and you could burn through your sick time and and maybe have a little vacation time all logged in there but but at the end of the day Ryan what would you rather have more vacation or raise race all right thank you right preview to patients tonight let's say a grad Pete thanks for calling a six pack would you rather have a raise feet or more vacation time well I'm self employed so that really does affect me note on that if you take the extra money the government got divorced about that would you take their vacation you don't lose anything that the government all right interesting way to look at it he go easy on yourself give yourself a raise and an extra week off okay I like it thanks for listening thanks for calling let's get Gary in here too Gerry thanks for calling the six pack tonight would you rather have a raise or more time off Kerry are the second Cutler check color had a we had it you cannot tax time also make a good wage now give me more time and with that more time is it would you you want to spend it with family or more me time or how does that work in your world lot of its family I mean family and how he sees lance you cannot mess with hunting season right thank you for taking the call thank you Gerry thanks for your patience I I but when it comes to hunting season that is sacred time for a lot of people and where I grew up not only hunting season but in Minnesota they have a you know a fishing opener it's an official fishing opener and you know a lot of the the bigger game fish you know things like walleye in northern and stuff like that there there's a time period after ice fishing kind of wraps up that you can't fish for that stuff is off limits you can get I still think it panfish but so the fishing opener would always be in spring and it was common knowledge that you would there's a lot of spring weddings and it was common knowledge among amongst those guys if if you're gonna be dumb enough to get hitched on fishing opener just know that hi my friend and not could hear her wedding and the same worked with you know in the fall for for deer hunting season whether it was below or or rifle but tonight the magic question would you rather have more vacation time or would you rather have a raise and I was I was shocked by the numbers first of all they said folks across most age groups agreed they would rather have more vacation time to raise and this was global responded to fifty four percent of millennials fifty three percent of Jack's risen fifty six percent of baby boomers value time over money and said that they would go with more vacation time so kind of you still loved it it wasn't shocking to me I guess the baby boomers but the younger generations I I figured would want to raise for sure but it doesn't necessarily work out that way Columbus metro parks it just seems like there's been a lot of and I'm sure it's because of Valentine's day is looming just seems like there's a lot of like wedding and couples news lately Columbus metroparks offering free wedding for twelve couples according to the to a tweet from Columbus metroparks on February twenty ninth two PM of course that is going to be on leap day right twelve couples are able to get merry for free at the Grove lodge at Sciota Grove cake and a sparkling non alcoholic beverage for a toast will be provided and each couple can bring up to ten guests so if that sounds appealing to you if you want to get married with eleven other couples and everybody can bring up to ten other gas so there's gonna be a whole lot of people at your wedding that you don't know but that's before check out check of the Columbus metro parks Twitter account again they're offering that up for February twenty ninth at two o'clock if you don't have anything going on maybe you just head out to the metro park in and watch a bunch of people get hitched and throw a little rice in West Virginia Point Pleasant that's where moth man lives right allegedly lottery officials said a winning mega millions ticket worth a million Bucks was sold it to the camp Conley Mart in Point Pleasant it's just across the river from Ohio so it's not beyond the realm of complicated comprehension that maybe an Ohio one is a new millionaire or like I said it could have been the actual moth man creature that showed up in purchased that ticket maybe looking to relocate to a different city how about some this is interesting do you do you do you give good looking people a pass on stuff the only thing I do I'm especially if somebody's really good looking but the rude I I really think less of them so instant feedback what we give good looking people a pass on number one they came up people said being route I I I don't give people a pass for being rude especially if they're good looking that is a non starter bad manners in general yeah just because you're good looking why should you get to be here I guess I kind of goes back to the the rudeness factor bad hygiene it seems kind of counter to if if you're good looking would you have bad hygiene you kind of think that what ace that out speeding tickets okay I I suppose there may be a a law officer that at one time or another has fallen prey to pretty young damsel in distress batting her eyelashes I'm sorry telling bad jokes that everyone laughs at do you we're doing bad radio shows you know do you do you give people a pass for that kind of stuff or intelligence do you give people a really good looking people a pass if they're stupid I don't like I said I I think the only do you have a thought one way or another on that eight two one WTVN eight hundred six ten WTVN they don't have to return tex promptly come on that's just stupid who cares about that so whether it's giving a good looking people a pass or if you wanted to get a final comment in on on the at the debate tonight of would you rather have a raise or would you.

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WTVN

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"w tv" Discussed on WTVN

"You know you had your hand had your and you only get one here I want to hit on his TV show no you only got one him oh no and now you're a clock for a way regardless of the clock we gotta go okay letter to for movie there's still some movies I I have one in my head but I can't in the name of it this is a brand new show she's on right now about morning television shows called about what search current but on apple TV on and I will have that I don't know I I give up the channel a same all it's a tie the morning from the morning show morning show we got a quick commercials when you listen more just heard the news you understand more make sure they understand and get more of what you want Donald John trump is not guilty as charged and they try to pull in fighting the virus in the U. and our country for twenty presidential election every day and more is that these are loners newsradio six ten all of the W. TV and your favorite.

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WTVN

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"w tv" Discussed on WTVN

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WTVN

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"w tv" Discussed on WTVN

"Rain you'll pick out a line of some more business to do just so remind your next week we will not be on we get a rare vacation from a Saturday we will be on next week they're moving so the best bacha coverage over to W. TV and it's worked out pretty well so next week I'll be extended probably I think open phones will be on from six to nine perhaps next week and the following week will be on on the thirtieth will be back again but will be on a little earlier at least from seven until nine preceding the best **** I guess to give our open phone guy some heck man he didn't say he see socks IT give three hours next week usually gave us the credit on it we think listen he gets three hours that's kind of cool that sounds and Bobby talk about yeah Bob rand off my old buddy he eats three hours he gets three hours next Saturday ocean room yeah so he'll open phones we blown up the rainy actually the Saturday morning off of be kind of cool one want to do when you go out of town brother I I'm leaving right now you go model male underwear the roar esto used so you have so anyway the other open phones we will not be here next weekend so but that we can after that hopefully really goes well you're gonna see a lot more to but we'll be back two weeks from the day that I don't don't hate us for that but please call me next Saturday morning no no I want to I will try to sleep in but I've got too many dogs they wake me up anyway but last week on our flight another great flight had a blast yeah a it was man every time I do it gets it just you just when you think you've seen it all and you get to be more guys and there was a gentleman came up to me Randy needs pronounce my last name right really I looked at him like how do you do that he is I knew your dad he was in your pork chops boy about fell down about that yeah I mean it's a small world but he was in the Korean War guys in a wheelchair and very very the you know he was very sharp he sure does bodies just you know everybody's escape it's very the more it's very rainy out of market we start there you come the Columbus zoo words work release yeah I Meryl owner but he was he was really it was really cool mean all these guys it's just every time and and and and thank you for there was probably a handful of people listen auto smarts that happen to come out just because they listen this route was everybody them well though they said well there they they came out because answers no they were like you know I I wouldn't even know about this yeah and how many people come up to us every time so I think over time we've built up a lot of people coming out that then and I said something I truly believe in and I I think that Mike I I sincerely say this if you're one of those people back in the sixties that was just ignorant he spit on these guys yeah yeah I guess happy I wanted stereotype palm but the alcohol hippies but they were very disrespectful to the to the veterans and an hour if this is your chance to give back immature now you've grown up you raise the family have a big house in Dublin you have new cars in the driveway you're living the American dream you look back stupid thing to do as a kid of all made mistakes all sounds like you so far yeah I made mistakes no no no no I wouldn't fit on on my good I still I mean so yeah the the hippie if I've been hippie did that I've been in jail I wouldn't be here today and I was the sole on my thanks to the veterans and thank yeah well that it was awesome it was just amazing and you know I say that speech every time it's funny look on the crowd I can pretty much pick a Madeline up an example right yeah the in the in the the veterans the old veterans look at me like yeah like they're going to they're going to you know but it it's just a for me it's it's I always knew someday we give back somehow we tried how many charities Randy we went through all twelve and finally we got one that we're going to stick with that we love in and we always feel like you've you've won something even when you pay that too much for parking at the airport and in the midst of the machine doesn't work you know all that stuff to deal with his driver's folks make every day veterans day if it all one more thing on the front license plate gross cities back out again how to get the front license plate so we get back we'll talk about car but also want to get your both opinion on it is really starting to tick me off mark Thomas and I am you go on social media we do not want front lights license plates at all it makes your car ugly if you if you wanna front license plate you go get your own helps law enforcement around favor of it it doesn't have a date or let's say if you're free come frac on certain but let me tell you this the the the one a busted in Grove city the guy killed the girl he should have been monitored anyway it's a lie simply didn't yes really cutting but all that did is if they would have paid attention of this criminal the grating killed an innocent girl like they should of it should ever get the license plates were the factor please give us a call today if you have a comment on anything we kind of have our own version of open phones as well too we'll talk cars and also we'll talk up lift up car today it is it is up lifting lifting boots and I will talk about the to I love my car to the bin segment on in fact I had one at my high school reunion and you took your you took your diapers a lot thank you very much I got forty dollars more for our high school reunion than the actual market price of the up card to lie to you that I two guys fighting over it was a lot of fun to guys I've been like in high school I said each other commodities hers without Davis at it it should be a thousand dollars with the use I got I wish you well you everything including your co workers but.

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"w tv" Discussed on Distillations: Science + Culture + History

Distillations: Science + Culture + History

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"w tv" Discussed on Distillations: Science + Culture + History

"What kind of cool a story about technology is that by the early early Nineteen Seventy S. You're starting to come up with these cool computerized tools that can be used to measure viewer response. You don't have to input letters. There's anymore. You can have a child watching a program like Sesame Street and holding this thing that kind of looks like a calculator and whenever they like anything that happens on screen the press a button and like the mother computer will measure the the exact time that they pressed the button and that response and then that information can be fed into a master spreadsheet and used to create a graph that shows not just when susie press that button but also rickie press that button to see which kids responded well like moment by moment to an entire program so yeah so oh. CDW uses the data to create sesame street. They use it very well to create the electric company so it makes sense that they're going to use this data to to create something. That is a science show. The most interesting study that they do. I find is the television like a research interest survey where they survey around four thousand children nationally ages again about eight to twelve twelve about what they're watching on TV in one thousand nine hundred seventy five and it's amazing turns out kids are watching a lot of happy days as they love wonder woman they're interested in you know little house on the prairie in the biotic man but one thing that is concerning to the viewer to people who are understanding the viewer responses is is that these kids are not really watching any science programming so in this period there are a number of sort of kind of science shows on air including one that is a pseudoscience show called in search of and in search for your listeners who don't know it is a show that is hosted by Leonard Nimoy who was Mr Spock in Star Trek and every week he has a serious look at scientific issue like it is felt by some scientist that bigfoot fall somewhere in this progressive charter man giant Hamad Um and related to but not like modern man according to this theory bigfoot would've pursued a course evolution separate but parallel to his human cousins and so what the survey done by c. t. w. shows is then nineteen seventy five which is when you have shows like Nova on air there were more kids leads who are watching in search of than over and so that's probably probably skewing what they're really thinking of science so that's like interesting that they find and that makes everyone very uncomfortable and very unhappy and it really propels this research because they say sort of. Oh Crud. We actually need to get a science show on air. Kids can watch spend two years doing research and then the research team hands the the information over to the writers at the same time they're also trying to develop and get information from particular communities rights they survey African American scientists and Latino scientists and they try to find a group of Asian American scientist interview as well to get a sense of what ways that people in those communities think that the science on scientists specifically on the shows should be represented so it's a three to one contact is a program. Yes put by put together together by committee it is I mean what else would you expect from the people who put together sesame street right you know they have this positive image of America and and I think thank everyone who joined H W in those years was very very young very idealistic. They really thought they were helping to make the automatic. They knew they were helping to make the world. A better place.

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Distillations: Science + Culture + History

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"w tv" Discussed on Distillations: Science + Culture + History

"So Nova changes the landscape of science programming for grownups but in you walk us through the evolution of how that becomes science programming for kids I mean the last thing we talk about right is Mr Wizard which is fun and great but how does that become the science programming. We know today for kids in the nineteen nineteen seventies you have Nova. They're really interested in creating this hard hitting content and then you have a group of educators and television producers who served and writers which coalesce up in New York City and become the children's television workshop and and this is a group of people who are really interested in creating content and educational material for Young Children and and finding ways to present a I think a more positive upbeat vision of the future for these young kids and so yeah so w as this group become known launches their very first series of nine hundred sixty nine which is known own out sesame street right yeah yeah and it's a hit sesame street has like a smash hit like you know by the early nineteen seventy s every child in America knows who big bird is and so children's television workshop rolls along with another hit series called the electric company. No they're smash hit people of the Electric Company. It's got Rita Moreno. It's this really cool. bopping program teaches early literacy skills and so the people who put together that program say hey could we do about science pat's an idea and so they spend a couple of years brainstorming this program that eventually becomes known as three we to one contact.

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Distillations: Science + Culture + History

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"w tv" Discussed on Distillations: Science + Culture + History

"All right so ingrid to start us off. Tell us about why you're interested in this subject. What are you thinking about science on TV. I think think I've always been very interested in the public presentation of science. One of my earliest memories is being a kid. Remember how in the nineteen nineties everyone was obsessed by cloning like that was a big thing like Dolly the sheep was a big thing right yes and so I remember very vividly going to a lecture with with my mother and then we would go to science luxury were little because my mom was working on finishing her bachelors and she would take us and we would be allowed to sit in the back of these you know lectures but couldn't say anything. We just had to be quiet but I remember there. Was this one lecture about cloning and I was my mother said you can ask a question and I was like Oh. This is going to be great and I was like nine right. That's n deal yeah. It was a good deal right and so I remember the very end. I was really nervous but I got to ask the professor question and like I don't even remember what it was but the the thrill of being like Oh my God I can. I'm talking to a scientist about something and I think in some ways. It's it's that excitement that carried through to into this project. Basically it's this interest in sort of what about these spaces that recreate where our people can who knew nothing about science at all like you know little nine year old. Ingrid can go and talk to US scientists and be like Gee whiz. Mr Scientists what's up. That's amazing. I love it so okay before we talked. I guess I kind of took science and TV for granted. I mean now there are shows about everything baking in home renovation singing etcetera etcetera but science. TV started somewhere so who started it and well why so in the the the nineteen forty s and the nineteen fifties before public broadcasting exists the people who are putting these programs are on our commercial broadcasters right and they're driven by their own interests like namely to make money right and then to increase the public trust in what they're doing and so for for instance. You have a program that would run on. NBC called Mister Wizard and it was put on by NBC to show their viewers viewers that they could be a trustworthy station which was especially important after the quiz scandals of the late nineteen fifties where turned out that they were some people who had sort of played the odds l. legally chosen who's going to win and lose a certain you know episodes of the TV show in the Senate hearing room dramatic climax of the probe Picton Quiz Show Charles Van Doren wife from Potter poet Mark Van Doren are in the audience as committee chairman Senator Orrin Harris Open community and so then especially it was important for broadcast. NBC Lisa showed their audience that hey we care about people. You know we care about the education of future generations and we're doing. We're proving that to you by having a culture like Mister Wizard on watch Mr Wizard. That's what all the kids in the neighborhood call him because he shows them the magic and mystery three of science in everyday living besides mister wizard. Tell us where we're GONNA go. What shows are you going to walk us through today. So the shows I look at are the Johns Hopkins Science view which is very very first science program in the United States. I look at watch Mr Wizard which is the very well known own science program that errors in the United States Nova which is a game changer. I Love Nova. It really changes everything as a science series. I looked at three two one in contact which is a program that was put on by the same people who put on the Electric Company and Sesame Street which is Super Fun and Cosmo's which was put on my Carl Sagan. The very first science show is called the Johns Hopkins Science Review starts in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and it is produced directed and written by Lynn Poole who is this sort of small slightly owlish guy who doesn't look like much but he actually has this extensive background and modern dance and Vaudeville Vaudeville and theater which was why he was hired by Johns Hopkins University in the nineteen forties us to be their public relations bureau and so he decides to help get this university national read. He's going to host a show. Oh that weekly looks different issues in science and specifically talks to different professors at the university who are professors of engineering and Medicine Edison and so it's kind of a nice way to display what's going on at Johns Hopkins University. The problem of water purification and the disposal of sewage is a problem The sanitary engineer takes care of four US and is a problem that keeps us in good health. The science of sanitary engineering is one which requires great skill and knowledge combining many different fields of time and so he has some cool guests on as well like like Verna von Braun who later becomes a host on Disney's programs about space and he's like a German like rocket scientist guy. Why and WHO's watching this show adults kids a mix? It might help us understand that the main gene folks who are watching television in the fifties are wealthy white women and there's been some studies done saying that a lot of these women might have had scientific training and so they they were they were reading a lot of books about science anyways the market for Popular Science paperbacks actually increases substantially in this period so you've got a lot of bored housewives at home basically and they're trying to do something and and Lynn poole figures that one thing that they might be interested in is having a show about science that they can in watching the evenings. He actually himself is very much a feminist. He has women on his staff his wife gray a pool helps him right the Johns Hopkins Science Review and one of the things that I really enjoyed researching the ways that they become this dynamic power couple early on on so again. It's an interesting show and again. It's mainly for the family but with a special focus on women and we can tell this because there are programs programs that are more feminine that are on air about the science of dish soap the science of training your dog the science ends of using jewels and like diamonds in industry and it's an interesting show aw because again in so much that they're using a lot of this these gendered subjects the talk about science they are doing so in a way that still respectful of women they have a lot of women who are scientists on the program and that's unusual for the time but again. I think a lot of that comes not from from and this is where I'm very careful to delineate. It's not because science was progressive in the nineteen fifties. It's not that scientists not progressive in the Nineteen Fifty S. It's because Lynn poole was progressive in the nineteen fifties and so the Johns Hopkins Science Review is a show that very much goes back back to this early vision of Ions about science being wonderful and specifically looking at the ways that science can help you out in in your daily life and that's a quality shared by the other charismatic host of the Science Program of the Era Don Herbert who runs a show called watch Mr Wizard and and mister wizard is a youngest guy kind of in his thirty S. He was a World War Two bomber pilot which there's something that the newspapers make a lot of fuss about they show pictures of him in his bomber jacket and Mister Wizard Word Don Herbert actually is the first celebrity scientist he's the first person who becomes a yeah well known for his role as actor playing scientist on TV and because of that get sort of called a personality around him Lynn poole cool who hosts the Johns Hopkins Science Review is a very interesting charismatic guy and he definitely hosts a program. He's the focus in the face of the program but he doesn't have have the same levels of adoration that Mister Wizard has in the nineteen fifties into the nineteen sixties Khuzdar but stay right here because I have a problem for you. I want you to turn on the light but before you do I want you to see if you can't estimate how long it takes from the time you flick the switch rich and to light comes on what's mister wizard apart. I mean aside from the bomber jacket which I love. Why.

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Distillations: Science + Culture + History

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"w tv" Discussed on Distillations: Science + Culture + History

"Diss deletions a podcast powered by the Science History Institute. I'm one of your hosts Alexis Patrick and today. We're doing something a little bit different. We're talking to Ingrid ochre a historian of science and media. Nfl Oh here at the Science History Institute. I'm excited because the topic we're about to cover is pretty near and dear to my heart when I'm not hosting distillation shins. I'm the manager of public programs here at the Science History Institute. My whole job is figuring out how to talk to the public about science and that's what Ingrid and I are going. WanNa get into today. Why did TV station start. Doing science programming was behind this growing interest in the public presentation of science and probably most important to me. Why does it matter. We'll hear about how Ingrid I got interested in this topic. She'll tell me about being a child l. going to science lectures with her mother then she'll walk us through the earliest science shows from the Dawn of television the Johns Hopkins Science Review and watch Mr Wizard. She'll tell us how Nova came along in the nineteen seventies changed the landscape of science on TV and then she'll tell us about L. A. Team of idealistic people who wanted to change the world do children's television and how they brought us sesame street and three to one contact and finally she'll so tell us about that ICONEX scientists slash celebrity Carl Sagan and through it all we'll learn about how science is presented to the public and what that means about who gets to be science communicator..

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"w tv" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

Slate's Dear Prudence

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"w tv" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

"And here's a preview of our slate plus episode coming this Friday one of the things that I felt here here. Is that the burden of like because I'm a feminist. I now have to feel proud of every single part of my body all the time time or else. I'm failing not just having like an ideal body but also being a feminist. That's just too much pressure to put on yourself. It's like double shame. I would like to give you permission mission to have like begrudging acceptance about some of your body parts or to say sometimes like I feel bad about this one and when that moment comes up when that feeling comes up I will pay attention. I will treat myself kindly but I will not try to force my mind to produce. Relentless is positively to listen to the rest of that conversation join slate plus now at slate dot com forward Slash Pretty Pot doin date twenty is coming up and I can't wait. I can't wait is going to be so stick because it's going to be the year of trump every news story every headline in every deep are you looking for a panic room and the twenty four seven reality show of trump and his politics tune in to trump cast a reasoned and sometimes comical always saying approach to the trump catastrophe each week join me host Virginia Heffernan and Leone Hausa as as we bring in guests from all over the trump landscape and all over the world to UN gaslight your reality check out trump cast where ever you subscribe to podcasts..

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"w tv" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

Slate's Dear Prudence

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"w tv" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

"To find a way to reconcile their particular religious interpretation and their desire not to be homophobic but I also think other other times it can be kind of a trap to get into this like nickel and diming like here's why I'm a person or like here's why it's not evil to be Queer and I think it's good if you decide to engage in that kind of discourse to have an exit strategy because at some point if someone is just not willing to listen to y you're a person or y your relationships have meaning and dignity and value then you could run yourself ragged trying to say like and again if we look at the original the era. I'm a person yeah that can feel really demeaning so yeah. I go back and forth on that not that I think it's a total waste of time. Just you can easily get sucked into like Oh God. The last fifteen years of my life have been spent arguing about my humanity with these people and I don't know if the letter writers parents are homophobic homophobic because they believe that's the correct interpretation of their faith or if they are homophobic and that is a convenient reason for homophobia and that is hard because I genuinely do think there are people in both camps and you don't always know which one is which some people are like boy sure like to to be able to have a reason to to put down and there are other people who are like. I will grab it any reason. Why can't put this homophobia down and it doesn't matter? I'm keeping keeping phobia so yeah but good luck. I think it is totally an understandable to let them know how made you feel and don't want the fact that they're in their early seventies. Make thank you feel like well. It's just my job to swallow stuff absolutely nothing to dish out whatever they want and congratulations on your marriage yeah that's wonderful and I'm so glad and now your parents don't have any sort of like I ken writes. I can the sonnet expression the hospital rules. The hospital hospital rules thank you. I will eventually have my brain back. Let's and on challenging but hopeful note about out you know hope for the future. What are the children doing. How do we collectively bind up. One another's wounds the subject is thirteen year olds. I gay crush dear dear prudence. My thirteen year old daughter just told me that she has a crush on a girl millie. This is obviously big news. It's not a big deal in our family which has several other LGBTQ BTU members. My worry is that my daughter wants to save the world and she told me that her crush has some concerning problems. MILLEY's coming out to her family has resulted in physical and emotional abuse. She has had bouts of self harm and probably an eating disorder a doe only daughter to think that my concerns about this potential relationship have anything to do with being gay as we live in the big south. I'm sorry the big south. My brain is not here all right. There's the big south new small south. We live in the the deep south so she's worried about acceptance but I have some real concerns. How do I support her. And how do I help her support milly without taking too much responsibility on for Malays mental health issues. My first question here is what is the nature of this physical abuse and is there someone one at the school who is a mandated reporter that you can report this to yeah. I wrote. CPS question mark at the top of my paper I used to work at a high school well and we had a called a cost referral who was like the coordination of services team an anyone could fill out a cost referral for a student apparent another student a teacher so I would find out if your school has something similar Um and what that does. In many schools is it sends that report to a team mm-hmm of professionals at the school who decide is this. A counseling need is a CPS need is this a nursing need an academic support need because those are going to be the group of adults who will have the tools to meet. Melly where she is yeah yeah if she's thirteen years old and she's being physically and emotionally abused for coming out That's a kid who needs a lot of help. She does not have a lot of resources. It's like she. Can you know drive away and like crash at a friend's ends house. It's not like she can go. Get A job and save up money like she is. A young teenager and physical abuse for queer kids is is really serious. I I think before you go to your kid and say like we can't save everybody. You actually need to step in and intervene as as a as an adult here I think so yeah I would say talk to the school guidance counselor. I think this stuff about filing different. Reports is excellent but but you need to make sure or that this kid is not that her abuse is not going totally ignored yeah because it's clearly it's manifesting in some pretty serious self harm harm yeah yeah. That's the serious red flag to me. This isn't just like a you know. She receives regular not repaired if therapy her parents are doing their best I with her. She's dealing with these ongoing issues but all the adults in her life are doing right by this is like this kid is in crisis right now. and I think this kind of self harm could seriously point towards like this is a significant cry for help. This means that she's slipping through the cracks. Something more serious could happen at any point and somebody who's an adult and who's responsible needs to intervene so that's your first priority beyond that you know talking to your kid about outweighs in which you can try to help and support somebody in crisis ways in which it's also okay to say you know. I cannot see this person all by myself. how do I find ways to also look after myself and make sure that I don't feel like I'm the only person standing in between this person disaster. That's really important stuff that you know. I think any kid kind of needs to learn especially. If your kid is of the type that's like when someone's going through a crisis their antenna kind of perk up like how can help because it's a really good instinct and and it can also sometimes result in your kid running themselves ragged trying to fix everybody and so that's a really good opportunity to like both affirm that as a lovely quality in her and also to talk about what are some reasonable limits. I agree. I think it's a great time for thirteen is great time for the sex. Ed Conversation about what is a healthy relationship. Asian ship look like whether that's a friendship or romantic relationship with her boundaries. and I wrote down to book recommendations their Middle Grade novels levels both are about protagonists who have someone in their life with depression end so eleven twelve thirteen year olds wrestling with how do I love and support with this person I care about who is also dealing with serious mental illness. I'm one is called nest by Esther Ehrlich and the other is the science of breakable things by take Heller great names. Yeah Yeah Yeah I I love that idea and then I think beyond that your kid is also thirteen so it's not like she can go like drive arrive off and get a motel room with millie so I think having these conversations will be great but beyond that. I don't think you need to do a lot right now. Aside live from the stuff about reporting this just because any dates that they would potentially go on would probably be you'd have to drive them. You know you would be involved so it does not sound like you don't say like my daughter's losing sleep or you know. MILLEY's runaway in his trying to spend the night here ear or or you know I like found them like running off to the big city together so I think mostly the things that you should be concerning yourself with are making making reports and then also talking to your daughter a lot about how can we be helpful to me. How can we also take care of ourselves. Take a little space. Make sure that you don't feel like it's your job. You know we have responsibilities as concerned outsiders in this situation but it is not your were sold job to fix milly with your love and to make her life perfect. Here's what we can do. Here's what we can't yeah. I think it would also be worth a conversation about millie only self harm and eating disorder yeah yeah tell your kid that like Germany questions about that Is there something that we could read together together to learn more about like what that's like or why people do that to kind of demystify some of it Did you have any other thoughts about how that conversation would go or I just I remember those kinds of things I felt like we're kind of a wildfire in eighth and ninth grade which is around the age that the letter writers daughter is and so just just having a conversation of yet demystifying talking about what that represents and what are some healthier coping mechanisms for dealing with the kind of pain yeah yeah. I think all that's going to be really really useful because I think the thing that you sort of want to protect your kid from which is like a lifetime of like having a big old heart and often responding to vulnerability ability with like big hard is that's probably going to be a part of your kids character for a big chunk of her life so I think you can encourage her to develop tools to kind of make sure that she also looks after herself but you know it's. I think it's kind of hard like when you start to identify like Oh. I think this is is going to be the thing that sometimes makes life hard for you. You can't wish that away. You can't discipline it away. Your kid will probably always have a certain big big response to like. Oh no you're not doing well. Let me help so rather than like. How do I make sure my kid never goes down that path or never falls for you. No trouble brooding sensitive types who are in trouble that might just be the type of person. They're often drawn to so rather than worrying about like how do redirect to like look at that person who's just totally got their stuff together and is treated really well. Why don't you fall in love with them. Instead like that won't get you really many places says but I think what you can do is talk about like you know. What do you feel drawn to hear. What you feel like you're the limits of what you can and can't do. How is your parent be helpful. What are impractical useful reminders for you about like maintaining your other interests getting enough sleep talking the other friends etcetera etcetera without like signaling. I'm freaked freaked out about this. I want you to get over this. I want you to like somebody whose life is easy and simple that will make your kid feel like a ha type of dive straight into Romeo and Juliet style stuff yeah. Does that make sense yeah. You can't stop who could from wanting what they want yeah you can. Maybe give them some tools to want it in a healthy way yeah. I think that's a really good point and you know good luck. I hope that filing this report helps Millie I hope hope that somebody is prioritising her safety elps. She's able to go somewhere where she's not harmed for being gay I hope that this produces good good positive safe results for her. I agree and congratulations on having a daughter feels comfortable coming out to you yeah yeah. That's really like that. Part really warms warms my heart. Even though the problems of the young kids are really stressful and difficult and painful I also just feel amazed that like at eleven twelve and thirteen they're already out to some family members and receiving some forms of support that just like who it's hard to imagine yeah a world has changed yeah..

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"w tv" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"w tv" Discussed on Upgrade

"App is named TV, the future of TV TV TV we have a new challenger approaching. Of course, there is another media conglomerate which is working on their own streaming service. One media who we have been talking about a little bit of loss couple of weeks does a report from the Hollywood reporter that won a meteor is preparing to launch streaming service at their own in case you need a refresh. So some of the services and all content kooky included in this hatred TBS contin network properties from the DC universe. Hannam Abera cotton's Sesame Street because HBO had the right success street. And even one above is movies, which includes stuff like the Harry Potter franchise. I was thinking about this one Jason because I I was kind of like, all right. But then I started thinking about some of the properties that wanna actually own. And it's like, I think we may be times give them the same credit. We could give Disney. Right, right. Even just Harry Potter so mandating are currently watching the Harry Potter movies. She's never seen them. Never the books. So it watching them all and isn't watching them. Somebody read the books in wash, moose, loved the movies, but I was like, this would be a really good TV show. Instead I know right where they could actually tell the stories because like we watched goblet of fire and she's like, why don't we get to see what everybody else is doing l. because you did in the book, but it just is not enough time in movies to tell the whole story's got it will be a really good like seven series TV show ri- on HBO boy, that would be good. So our or on the Warner media streaming service with interesting here is that basically they're feeling like HBO now is successful and they don't want to upset that. So they'll they're going to keep that going, but they want to build this this broader streaming service that encompasses all their content. I look at that and think, okay, I guess it kind of makes sense. But in the long run, I am not sure HBO now make sense on its own that you you you at some point. You probably just want everybody to how they're trying to not bone bridges, which is proper. Good. Good move right in the long run one streaming service because I get the also want to increase the content at HBO. But at some point like this is if this is not if this is a super set, it's everything that HBO does and is going to do plus other stuff than than at that point. It doesn't make sense now, maybe HBO and this service are different in some way and that is that would be different..

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