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"west moore" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Welcome to the podcast. I'm Holly Fry Tracy V. Wilson s O a couple years back when I was doing some research for a project completely unrelated to the podcast, just kind of side projects that I was working with friends. I came across the story of Buddy Bolden, and he immediately went onto my list of future topics. And then recently as you may recall, because we air the episode We went to New Orleans to do a live show at the National World War two museum and while we were there, we timed it so that we kind of made a little bit of vacation out of it. And one of my best friends was there with me to my best friends are actually there with me, but this one in particular it was her birthday weekend. And she absolutely loves music and loves jazz, and she wanted to hit all of the jazz spots that she could. While we were there on. I was reminded of Buddy story, so it it kind of bubbled back up into my consciousness, and it seemed a good time to finally give him a moment. Before we start. I feel like we need to talk about him as a challenging topic for historians because author Donald M. Marquis, who wrote really the first and only comprehensive biography of Boldin, Noted early on in his book that When he was researching buddies, history and his family history, it became really, really apparent that there were some problems. For example, the name Bolden had been spelled. Innumerable different ways on various documents, so birth certificates, death certificates and wedding certificates for any one person might show the last name with completely different spellings on each For example, one of Buddy's aunts was listed with the last name Bolding on her marriage certificate, but her signature on that same certificate clearly shows the spelling of Boldin. Gol D E end. So even on that one document, the names were inconsistent. And this sort of disparity is all over the various records that exist related to Buddy Bolden's life, even though there aren't really that many records to begin with. On may also include things like age discrepancies and address discrepancies. It's kind of all over the place and all of this, as well as buddies, charisma and talent as a performer. Has contributed to the number of falsehoods and a lot of mythologizing over the years, so there will be a couple of things that we point out along the way as unverifiable. We do know when he was born Charles Joseph Boldin was born on September 6th, 18 77. We don't really know when he got the nickname Buddy, though his mom referred to him as Charles throughout his life. He was Westmore and Alice Boldin's second child. Their first child was a daughter, who was christened Lotta but went by Lottie. She was born two years before Buddy was and Westmore worked as a driver for a businessman named William Walker, who had employed buddies Grandfather, Gustavus and grandmother Francis as well. And it's been speculated that ghost of us was born into slavery, although that isn't one of those places where there is no definitive documentation. But Gustavus and Francis and then Westmore and Alice lived in servants quarters on Walker's property, and they were employees there. They were not enslaved by him. Westmore had moved his family a few blocks away before Buddy was born and then moved back in 18 78 1 West Moore's brother, Thomas moved out, and then they moved away again in anticipation of their third child. Cora, who was born in 18 80. But he's older Sister Lottie died. She had encephalitis, and she died in 18 81 at the age of six. His father, Westmore, also died on December 23rd of 18 83 at the age of 32. He had come down with what was recorded as acute Claro pneumonia. For several years. After that, it's not totally clear where Alice and surviving two Children lived. But in 18 87 they moved into a home at 3 85 1st Street. But he was 10 at the time. And if you're familiar with New Orleans that's on What's the 2300 block of First Street Today? In the 18 eighties? The neighborhood had a pretty diverse mix of people, but the residents mostly we're Irish and German. And Alice, despite being a single mother wanted all of her Children in school rather than working. So buddy attended school at least into the early 18 nineties, although the records are once again a little unclear there. Buddy, as Charles Bolden did not appear in the city directory separately from Alice until 18 97 when he would've been 20 years old, And at that point, he was listed as a plasterer, although in reality he was taking a variety of temp jobs to make ends meet. While Bolden grew up in a city that was just full of music. He didn't start taking Cornett lessons until a little later. That was in the mid 18 nineties from a neighbor named manual Hol. You worked as a cook in the French quarter, and he was close with Buddy's mother, Alice. Yeah, it appears that Alice and manual probably were romantically linked at some point and possibly for a long, ongoing time. Sometimes he is kind of referred to almost a za father figure in Buddy Bolden's life. And it was with manual Hol that buddy first played in a band. He also joined up with Charlie Galloway, a neighbour about eight years older than he was who had a barbershop. At this point barbershops were common meeting places for musicians. So much so that part of the buddy Bolden mythology that has been repeated over the years spread the false information that he was a barber because surely he's spending all this time in barbershops. He was not a barber. It's just a location where people met. There was kind of an ongoing shuffling going on at the time and the bands that buddy was part of some of them form really loosely just to play for a particular party or dance. And then others went through ongoing reorganization, as the members disagreed on the sound with a style or just moved on to other groups. Yeah, I feel like if anybody ever played In non orchestra type bands in high school. They know this dance halls of bands falling apart, reforming and other people meeting up in playing in a band for a night or two. But Buddy and Galloway started playing together. Not long after Buddy had picked up the Cornette. It is believed that buddy made appearances with Galloway's band is early is 18 90. For that was the year that he first started taking lessons. And his buddy began performing around the city. He got really good really fast, and he garnered a following for himself. He always had a bevy of young women who were happy to hang around near the bandstand and hold his things. And Buddy definitely enjoyed this attention, and he was romantically linked to a number of ladies in the second half of the 18 nineties, and one woman, Hattie Oliver, who was older than Buddy kept regular company with the musician. Ian, 18 97 Hattie and Buddy had a child, Charles shares of Golden Junior. This wasn't the beginning of a family scenario, though, Buddy and how you weren't married, and while he did try to financially support them for a while, it didn't really last. Patty went by the name Hattie Bolden for awhile in a common law arrangement, but by 1900 she was back to going. Bye, Hattie Oliver by 1900 Also, just six years after he first started taking lessons with manual Hol But he had built a pretty significant name for himself on the New Orleans music scene. He was doing things differently than musicians before him. Had he played differently, and he arrange songs differently. We're going to talk about that a little bit more towards the end of the episode. And while the people that he played with had been a fluid group, things started to get some consistency in terms of band members at the turn of the century. Willie Cornish, who had come and gone three bodies band before came back in 18 99 and played the trombone. Jimmie Johnson played the bass and was the youngest member of the band..
"west moore" Discussed on Around the Rim
"We did get back to you next. I'm only going to take this one time. Also it's from Karen. NEWHOUSE Keira says highly China into Tharika. First of all I love around the RIM podcast. Thank you for both of the work that you put into it and I also enjoy the addition of Devereaux Peters doing the WNBA be a season. Her perspective as a former player is awesome. I remember the discussion. You guys had around former players becoming coaches regarding starting the discussion you have between Teresa weatherspoon new role as an assistant coach in the NBA China. You said don't ask me about your disappointment when smart talented women. Go to the men's game but I'm not here to criticize you. I was glad to hear someone with a similar reaction to my like you on an individual level. If that's that's what teaspoon wants to do I'm all for it but on a broader level. I wish it weren't seen as a step up to work in the men's game as opposed to the women's I wanna see great coaches and Wnba the NBA at all levels of women's angles basketball. And I want more of them to be women of color. I'm a great admirer of PAT. Summitt I've always appreciated the fact that she could've could've taken a job. Coaching Tennessee's men team but dedicated her life to building women's sport in developing women athletes. All this is to say. Thank you for your honesty for voicing in a perspective that at least one listener and women's Basketball Fan shares have a great weekend and go mystics. WNBA champion Oh well thank you so much for those comments we tried you know. We don't always get good emails. I'm GonNa Challenge to reading to get a couple. Do we get thrashed. Oh Yeah but we we do love the comments comments in in all the correspondence to tweets. We always get to back everyone but thank you guys so much for interacting with us and we're actually working on a way that you'll be able to interact with this podcast a little bit more so stay tuned for that I also wanted to mention to Rica before I let you finish up with some of your fourth quarter announcements. We have a big game on Thursday and it's huge because it could have major implications in seedings major implications in particular in the. ACC If you've been somewhere under a rock. The Louisville cardinal have hit a tough stretch. Last week they lost Florida state and then they also lost the Syracuse. So right now. Charlie Cream Has Louisville as a three seed of three seed. Now crazy easy how life can change and this Thursday life doesn't get any easier for the card because at eight. PM They have to visit NC state which is right now. Wow the number fourteen in the country and that is huge for the Wolfpack that number four ranking is their highest since being ranked at number three for two two weeks in two thousand. I'm sure that's when the summer play. Because that's when I was in college and some Herb Lisa contain their senator. Now is like some herb. Like the the nicest person but we'll like destroy But West Moore has done a fantastic job with his team. They have depth. And they're GONNA look to Louisville down down another notch in with that Charlie cream I'm looking at his latest predictions for NC state. That's right they are a number one one seed right now in going to Fort Wayne is what they expect. So don't forget about that on Thursday at eight o'clock what else are we go. Well we have a really not really big announcement that women's basketball fans are really going to love and enjoy and appreciate yeah. We're a little late with Sharon is but it's still big news. Brass huge new so it originally came out in January the last week of January as a matter of fact but as you know. ESPN is the home of the NC. Double A. Tournament for women and this year the Division One women's Basketball Championships. The semi finals will actually be shown on our main. ESPN I'm channel. And our first and second rounds will be available nationally. So no more you have to be in a certain region. In order to see certain games it is going to be available eligible nationally. We are showing our commitment to investing in the game and growing the women's game here at ESPN. I'm very proud of this decision. I'm very happy about this decision decision and I know that China that you are as well. Huge huge for everyone that tweets all of us during the tournament. Saying why is my game not showy. Why how do I have to watch this? Matchup between these teams. Why is this regionalize? Why is this blow out? Don't worry about that anymore. Carol Stiff and company the ESP at ESPN have fixed got it. You will get to see your team on some platform of ESPN live in on your television screen. That's a major. But they assume though because in March that's when a lot of the specifics are going to be detailed so come march will have to reconsider. I need to calm down But that is wonderful. News What else do we go? I think that's it that's all I got one thing. We didn't get to talk about but we will next week as I feel like I need some more time. Digested there was a big issue. That happened with concerning Gayle King. Lisa Leslie In an interview that happened between them all about Kobe Bryant. And I'm still working through my thoughts on it but if if you've heard about what happened Feel free to email us at around the room. PODCAST at gmail.com. We are on twitter at around the Rim pod I am atlas China Robinson on twitter and Rica is at she knows sports underscore so if you have any thoughts on that or anything else hit us up. 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"west moore" Discussed on Talk Python To Me
"But it does it in a way that's actually a lot lighter weight than Docker. Right. So like doctor is maybe the industry standard for this right now. But Dr essentially, you're taking a whole Lennox distribution. And in whole O S and shoving that container and passing that around. Right. And you require the colonels to match the host and the container, right? Whereas web, simply doesn't care our projects like west Moore that are bringing this to python already. So it's not far fetched idea. No, it's not. I, I think it has a lot of promise and. For own little data science community. What excites us about it is, we can use the browser as like a prototyping tool, where the computation is happening locally, and it's really fast, maybe while you're working on a small part of your data, but then to be able to very smoothly say, I'm now going to run that on a cluster without having to change anything. And having it still be built on the same technologies could be a really powerful thing. This is all kind of in the pie in the sky. Dreaming of it stage for us. But yeah but it's a sweet pie. Looks really. Nice. Yeah, exactly. You could bring in things like Daska as well to help you do distributed computation, without people really even knowing or carrying that that's happening. So there's a lot of stuff that could like expand spin of the servers expand to clusters and so on. Exactly. Yeah. Cool. So I've seen some cool examples of this already working like pulled up the LA data, or some kind of like city map the one that came from your article that you recently published, but there's a live example on linked to that is pretty interesting. It's doing real data. Scientist. Real computation. So it takes like fifteen seconds to load, right? Yep. Even if you've already cashed the download, it's like computing for fifteen seconds. So you got to be patient, but then it comes up, and it's got a really wonderful graph in visualizations. Like, how do you do the visualizations? There's probably a lot of Java script and other tie-ins there. Right. Yeah. So it actually depends there's a lot of different ways you can do it, but that it's ample. You're talking about with the with the map and the call data. There were using a Java script library called ragle, which is sort of a web GL front end to do that. The offering man it's nice because it uses the hardware to do the three-day acceleration in works. Really? Well, yeah, but you can just as easily use map, pot lib, and exact like the full python map, plot lib, and do your plotting there and that all works. There's only very maybe three hundred lines of code that kind of glue map plot led to a web canvas that had to be written to make that work. But otherwise that's pure python doing your plotting. But then we've all. Also played around with tools, like plot Lee, which is another which is a Java script plotting library. One of the things that pied does really well as it can share your data between python and Java script without copying it. So it's really fast to share the data back and forth. So you can you can do like all your heavy lifting computation in pandas in python. And then just ship that over the Java scrip- side for plotting and kinda mix and match. So it's kind of exciting like you, no longer have to say. Well, I'm working in python. So my choices for plotting, our map lot later than maybe Boko, whatever the python one are you? Now you can choose from both python and Java script ecosystems, maybe in this future, you could also import some other web simply based visualization thing that you don't even know what it's written in. Right. Like, who knows since after something crazy. Right. But yeah. Interesting. Yep. Okay. One thing I want to ask you is like, if I'm a data scientist, and I'm listening to this, and I'm like, super excited should I be excited today or should I be excited in like a year and a half? I is this something I can reasonably us now. Or is it a coup? Ufa content. But like what's the status, I would say you have to have a little bit of patience. So. Okay..
"west moore" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
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"west moore" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"There was a around. Yep. World. Does toward. It came from outer space, which universities first science fiction movie. So they were moving from the movies that they had decades before the thirties and forties. Wolfman Dracula, but like like horror coming from Europe gothic or horror coming from space. Everyone was afraid of science. Everyone was afraid of the sky. Everyone was afraid player stuff. Yes. So universal said we've got to get on the science fiction, drain, and that was the movie it came from outer space where bud west Moore said, you know, what can you design this alien, and she did so bud west more. He was the makeup director Universal Studios at this time. And that is a whole other amazing story of this west more family in Hollywood this this makeup dynasty. He and his father and his brothers essentially ran makeup at every studio. Yes, What's crazy? Yeah. And they still continue Michael west more is an incredible makeup artists. This huge dynasty. It started with George Wes Moore who. And he invented the makeup department. He was the first person to say to a movie studio, you need to have someone doing makeup because back then when this was all starting actors did their own makeup to the makeup would look different from seeing stage actors still do off, and then he had five sons all boys, of course, they're all sons, and they all got into makeup as well. But they were more beauty mak-. They weren't as much monster make which is so nicely engendered. This woman is only is the monster. Yes, Erzen so she does the alien from outer space, and then but west Moore says, oh, you're good. We're doing this creature from the black lagoon do that. Yes. So she impressed by so much that he they said, we have this new movie that we're developing it wasn't called creature from the black lagoon, then and she said, yeah, let's do it. So describe the creature the creature is called the Gilman for a reason. He looks like half man half fast. She's bipedal covered in scales. Big ridge down his back has big ills on the side of his head. Is he ends and feet. And in big clawed webbed like protrusion. But he also has a lot of humanity him, and I think that's what's made him such an iconic monster. So her job. She's working freelance greatest monster some kind of description is given to her presumably yes, sixty five years ago, but what's the process? So the process was really weird for creature because regionally they gave it to the prop department, and they make some sense, it makes some sense, but what they put together with it looked like a onesie with guppy mask over it, and it was pretty horrifying. Then they gave it to the makeup department. So she did research into fossils and ancient lizards and fish. She put this designed together. If you drew it. Yes. She sketched it out and those sketches went to Chris Miller who sculpted it, and then molded, and then then eventually cast in foam, latex, and then it became the creature suit. And then she did the painting on it. Well, and she did the head as well as the whole kit and caboodle should do two of them. Yes. So Rico Browning is the guy who played the creature in the water, and Ben Chapman was the man who played the creature on land. And you can tell the difference. If you look really closely because Ben Chapman taller and has an extra stomach scale to make up for the height difference. Oh on a watch a scene from the film where the main character played by. Julia Adams, swims in the black lagoon, while the Gilman.
"west moore" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Superintendent of construction years later, she talked to an estate historian about growing up there in style swimming pools, French pastry, chefs pet leopards and lions she recalled William Randolph Hearst as an enormous frightening man who threw lavish parties with movie stars Mildred says she changed her name to Millicent same as her. Swipe over the years. She would add the last name of her various husbands. In Hollywood, and awesome. Patrick had a few forgettable bit parts in one Abbott and Costello flick. She was a dark haired beauty and in the TV series Ramar of the jungle. She played a white goddess of an African tribe. You say you feel? No make trouble. Why why you speak English come inside? Patrick was also a skilled visual artists and after attending art school. She became one of the first women animators at the Walt Disney studios. Her pastel. Chalk artwork was featured in the nineteen forty movie Fantasia. When you look at the Takada in puke sequence, it really is this abstract impressionistic suggestion of musical towns. California Institute of the arts instructor Mindy Johnson is an expert on the history of women animators. She says Mildred Rossi as the artist was known at Disney also worked on another Fantasia sequence called a night on bald mountain. There's a winged creature named czerny. Bog won't wanted this creature of darkness to be defeated by white? As the bell tolls. You see this blue pastel reflection of the light cross the body of tyranny bog, and it's powerful. And it's actually interestingly her first monster the artist moved to Universal Studios to design special effects makeup and monsters her most famous being the creature from the black lagoon. Mallory O'Meara's book includes a photo of the artists that are easily with a sketch of the creature Almeira says at the time Universal's publicity department sent Patrick on a promotional tour for the movie, the her boss at the universal monsters shop a man named bud west Moore said no I don't want it to be the beauty who designed the beast. We're going to rebrand it..
"west moore" Discussed on Around the Rim
"They were in my AP top twenty five they beat two top ten teams. Not only did they take down number one Notre Dame. But they also gave the NC state Wolfpack their first loss of the season. There are no more undefeated women's basketball teams in college women's basketball. That's right. Is he state west Moore's team has gone down to North Carolina, Paris key. I'm just gonna say those two words if you have not seen pairs key play you need to she is the key to Carolina's success. She is going to be a pro just a player that is silky smooth has a beautiful pull up game from mid range from the three point line. She's announced. Ending passer a team that is become very scary. Charlie cream has added them to his bracket for the NCAA tournament. But anyway, big things happening for the tar heels Utah's a team. We'll discuss later with Michelle Smith, they are on the map big time out of the pack twelve they beat number six Stanford Stanford was number six at that time. They had not beat the cardinal in twenty three meetings. So shout to Utah, Holly road love that. And she's from Utah case you guys know that random random back speaking of Charlie creams projections. He has started his bracket tala g you may want to check that out Yukon is not a number one seat right now, the Connecticut huskies who recently lost a little Louisville. Cardinals are the number five team in the AP poll. Their worst ranking since two thousand seven so Gino Auriemma and company are still figuring things out. But if you call, you know, couple of losses figuring things out, and you know, what I'll take it because we all know, you probably still gonna be in the. Exactly. Let's not get shook. But it is an interesting piece and keep your eyes on things with Charlie also were seeing a lot of mock draft right now for WNBA. We have officially hit free agency announcement time we're expecting at any moment amount of announcement about the status of my more for this upcoming season, which is huge huge for the WNBA one of backtrack. Real quick. I mentioned that loss to Louisville by Yukon shoutout to the cardinal, which I don't know why they're not why Louisville's not the number one team right now the country. It just doesn't make sense to me, no disrespect to Baylor. But we can debate that if you want to at around the rim pod on Twitter, I think Louisville has earned the number one ranking what a fantastic performance against Louisville by excuse me against Yukon by Asia d'or in Dana Evans, dur- is. Arguably the best player of the country. I mean, she is Sabrina UNESCO or right their neck and neck. But I mean Asia d'ors just what did you tweet about three? I said she's she's mind-blowing add dislike she just do. She wanted to you just give it a ball and give her a hardwood floor, and she just does what she wants to do. I mean, the front of fade away with the one leg key. Okay. Cash. Any way night. I that. Yeah. Let's just put that to rest also want to give a shoutout to Shaquille hill who has been on our show before the guard for grambling state has notched her second career quadruple double the first player and NCAA history to have two quadruple doubles. She recently had twenty one points, sixteen rebounds, thirteen assists in ten steals in a win. Over arkansas. Pine bluff. Yes, grambling state is a historically decorated historically black college in university. HPC you. We need to make sure we give our ABC's civil especially should Kyla. We do not need to underestimate what she is doing. It's fantastic. So sure some love on social media, congratulations. She's just so humble, I love hearing her speak to reunite actually going to get her back on the show. If you haven't checked out our podcast with her please do so shout out to Chicago it last, but not leaves. We got the announcement last night about the women's Basketball Hall of fame. Congratulations. First of all to a couple of good friends of mine that I just wanna give some love to Ruth Riley and also t- Shapiro. I'm so happy for my friends, so deserving t- Shabana Chiro is the best passer in the history of the game period last night. Even don't even make me. Yeah. She's the best and then Ruth Riley the great from Notre Dame. Also, a yes, yes. You said what also Detroit shock? Yes. Oh, yes. Here we go..
"west moore" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"The fourth time that Netflix has raised its US prices. And the first time that higher prices will hit all fifty eight million US subscribers and all the shareholders rejoice town, they did like this the stock shot up, and I'm like great. Yeah. Easy revenue. Just raise the prices. That's how you do it. And it's funny to think about the first time net. Netflix raise prices, they were very careful about it. Because they knew how price sensitive their customers were especially after going through the change from DVD to streaming only and splitting those apart in the whole quick stir debacle. Now, Netflix feels confident enough that hey, people people want to keep Netflix. We can we can pop it up a couple of dollars. And folks will stay with it which is. Which is interesting because net flicks now one of its tears more expensive than HBO now. It's honestly it's getting to a point where I think I mean, obviously next Netflix is extremely popular in most people who want these kinds of services will want net flicks. But it is getting to a point where I I know they they know their stuff, and they have the data. So they probably understand how far they can go. But I'm wondering at which point piracy starts to become appealing again to some people because we're getting to a an amount that is not as insignificant. You know, when just started out, as you know, roughly ten bucks, you kind of think about it. But don't think about it so much when it's sixteen for for some people, it's a significant significant amount. So for sure. US magistrate judge Candace. West more of the US district court for the northern district of California in Oakland ruled that law enforcement cannot force people to unlock mobile phone with their face where their finger judge west mart wrote that quote, citizens do not contemplate waving their civil rights when using new technology, and quote, she further wrote that the government has other avenues to seek information. Like obtaining messages from Facebook, adding quote, while it may be more expedient to circumvent Facebook an attempt to gain access by infringing on the fifth amendment privilege against self-incrimination. It's an abuse of power and his unconstitutional, and quote, the real incomes in connection with the denial of a search warrant in Oakland, California based on an investigation into a Facebook extortion crime. Yeah, this is an interesting ruling, we we've had other rulings out there that that said, no, you you can force them to to use their finger to to unlock some. Thing because it's been using the old Stander of of you can't make someone give the contents of their mind. You can't force them to give you the combination to the safe, but you can make them produce the key. If they've got the key. You can force them to give that because that's not the contents of their mind. That's part of your search warrant, whereas biometrics is neither. And I think what I what I like about judge west. Moore's ruling is she saying this is this is just because it's new technology doesn't mean suddenly people get to just like they don't have any civil rights, and you have another way to do this. Facebook doesn't have end in corruption on messages in this case they're looking for messages from Facebook. So do go to Facebook and get get the information from them. That's not set a precedent here. What happens if they're seeking information from a service that does have it to end decryption? Right. Then I think judge west more. If I if I could guess what she might say is well, then you're out of luck. Somebody to do that. Because he seems very clear that to her this is a violation about the first amendments. But this is an important ruling. However, it's not going to be decided until this works its way up to the supreme court. However, judge west more does use the supreme court precedent on a different type of ruling to extend here. So you're seeing the kind of thing that happens when you solidify the law happening in her decision, which if I don't think this one will go there, but eventually when one gets up there and those previous supreme court decisions that sort of ruled in favor of someone saying, hey, just because you've got technology doesn't mean that you give up your rights seems to be the prevailing wind for now. So it it certainly so yeah. No..
Cops Can't Force People to Unlock Their Phones With Biometrics, Court Rules
"US magistrate judge Candace. West more of the US district court for the northern district of California in Oakland ruled that law enforcement cannot force people to unlock mobile phone with their face where their finger judge west mart wrote that quote, citizens do not contemplate waving their civil rights when using new technology, and quote, she further wrote that the government has other avenues to seek information. Like obtaining messages from Facebook, adding quote, while it may be more expedient to circumvent Facebook an attempt to gain access by infringing on the fifth amendment privilege against self-incrimination. It's an abuse of power and his unconstitutional, and quote, the real incomes in connection with the denial of a search warrant in Oakland, California based on an investigation into a Facebook extortion crime. Yeah, this is an interesting ruling, we we've had other rulings out there that that said, no, you you can force them to to use their finger to to unlock some. Thing because it's been using the old Stander of of you can't make someone give the contents of their mind. You can't force them to give you the combination to the safe, but you can make them produce the key. If they've got the key. You can force them to give that because that's not the contents of their mind. That's part of your search warrant, whereas biometrics is neither. And I think what I what I like about judge west. Moore's ruling is she saying this is this is just because it's new technology doesn't mean suddenly people get to just like they don't have any civil rights, and you have another way to do this. Facebook doesn't have end in corruption on messages in this case they're looking for messages from Facebook. So do go to Facebook and get get the information from them. That's not set a precedent here. What happens if they're seeking information from a service that does have it to end decryption? Right. Then I think judge west more. If I if I could guess what she might say is well, then you're out of luck. Somebody to do that. Because he seems very clear that to her this is a violation about the first amendments. But this is an important ruling. However, it's not going to be decided until this works its way up to the supreme court. However, judge west more does use the supreme court precedent on a different type of ruling to extend here. So you're seeing the kind of thing that happens when you solidify the law happening in her decision, which if I don't think this one will go there, but eventually when one gets up there and those previous supreme court decisions that sort of ruled in favor of someone saying, hey, just because you've got technology doesn't mean that you give up your rights seems to be the prevailing wind for now. So it it certainly so yeah. No.
"west moore" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To the actress by by makeup genius. But west more, which is which is pretty cool and in the house. I mean, just so much of everything on here. A lot of the elements of the house, and and Grandpa's a little what do you call it? The dungeon the dungeon was there's parts and pieces. I think from Frankenstein the original movie in there. Right. A couple of things that a lot of people don't know as I always just call them, Chuck, and Dave Dave were the special effects guys, and we were doing old school special effects. We, you know, wires smoke machine smoke pots stuff that, you know, by today would be like archaic stuff, but it was very cutting edge at the time and each one of them individually off to one Lucas, and what will one what will Spielberg? So they both headed up these incredible sets and stuff. So we know we have this raw talent that was doing really great things the music Jack Marshall won an EMMY, which I wasn't aware of what Grammy won a Grammy for this for the sound. We had the best guest stars lined up to come and do comedy routines. We had Paul in his Dr Dolly hilarious, Harvey Korman, pre Carol Burnett show. Oh, Don, Rickles, Frank Gordon's, Rickles was everything in the sixties. We have we. I mean, it was interesting to see all these great Dom deluise did his first TV role when he replaced Paul and his Dr Dudley. So we had a lot going on there. Not to mention the cars. We we had the cars we had the special effects like you've mentioned the west Moore's own Hollywood each studio had a west more as head Wally Frank Monte, bud purse, and then university we had purse bud and Michael Moore was my makeup man who his daughter now hosts a face off. Okay. All right. Okay. Now, the house was built in Forty-six for movie called so goes my love and in twenty two here. They put it into storage. And then sometime in the fifties. They they assembled it with other homes in the back lot. And until the production of the munsters the house could be seen on other shows. And I think it's still can be seen another shows like there's like desperate housewives in the two thousand you can see these things in the background, which is which is crazy. But you know, it's it's just looking at that house. You know, where to cut where it comes from across the street and Marcus Willoughby's house he looked up two doors down there's the beaver house over here. You have one of the I think it was the big valley western house, but Jack, colonial. Street was really cool. And that was one of the things in my book much. You mentioned monster memories at the end of the book, even though I put it together, the editor said, well, what about your memory? Well, my memory really wasn't from the munsters. It was from when I wasn't working going around going around universal as my own private little, you know, let's go find out what's going on today. And who's on the is new on the lot. Yeah. How cool is that for a little bit Hollywood like that? Yeah. One more thing. Yes. Sir listening if they want to be part of the coolest fan group in the world the official munsters fan group is run by my misses. All right. We have more interaction more fun with the fans and stuff. So if you like the munsters, and you like seeing some neat stuff you gotta check out the official munsters fan group. And where do you find that Facebook on Facebook Facebook beautiful? Alright Butch Patrick..
"west moore" Discussed on KTOK
"Let's get you some of the scores from tonight we'll start in class six eight one one one ballgame from last night out of district to number five awa-. So at Norman north absol Rams thirty eight to seven is AM Jacobs. Ran for one hundred and forty five yards scored three touchdowns. Also caught a touchdown pass. Engage Laney had two interceptions in the wind for a Oiseaux now three and three and two and one in district to ball games. From tonight. We'll start in district one Edmond Santa Fe, the number four team in the state plane Enid tonight, all Santa Fe fifty. Three two seven six zero three and in district one number two jinx. Roles Yukon on the road, forty eight to seventeen jinx now five and one two and one in district one play and then broken arrow the number one team when the state undefeated at five no two and no one district one play playing host to west Moore wasn't much match up here. Broken arrow wins big sixty nine to ten over the Jags Norman gets there. First win in district two with at twenty one to three win at Edmond memorial. Norman now three and three on the season union all over PC north. This was a ballgame. We talked about PC north where are they in six one? Well, they seem to be pretty still pretty far away from the elite teams in six say one. If tonight's any indication number three union wins big in district, two fifty two to seven union now four and two three and district to play first loss for PC north. They're five in one two and one in district. Play more beats Edmund north on the road. Fifty three to thirty five and a little shootout there alliance now four and two three and Owen district play and a final one from district. Two in six say one tonight as Mustang wins on the road twenty eight to sixteen over south more Broncos now two and four one in one in district two six eight two scores tonight, we start with number one still water in a.
"west moore" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"At the national. Blues museum in downtown Saint Louis education coordinator curt Zimmerman says Franklin's impact on music cannot be, overstated her legacy, is, going, to live on for much longer, than all of us will be. Here whether it's blues soul gospel she, could really do it all and she, evoked a certain emotion I think in. A lot of people The two year old museum currently does not feature Aretha Franklin but Zimmerman says that's something they hope to include during. Future expansion in other, news now the former CIA director John, Brennan security, clearance has been taken away by President Trump CBS news correspondent, we Zhang tells us more about. What security clearance means, even if that expert is no longer working for the government, means that when, that person in their expertise may be. Useful to an issue of national security they are brought in they are briefed and they're able, to you know, as, part, of their continuing public service contribute, in per halves provide answers and. Different moves forward in that particular case Kmox news time eleven oh to authorities are investigating after, two bodies were found. In the woods near Kansas City area lake police aren't identifying the people found Wednesday afternoon. At Longview lake or saying how they died but relatives and friends of twenty nine. Year old Michael Brewer and twenty-five yo Kevin west Moore gathered at. The lake because they suspect the. Bodies were those of the missing man the, friends disappeared after going to the marina August sixth to meet someone the CEO of. Twitter, considering making changes to, the social media platform in order to combat negative content Jack Dorsey telling the. Washington Post that he's rethinking core parts of the social. Networking service so that it doesn't enable the spread of hate speech harassment and false news pet owners are being reminded to check to see if their pet. Has a registered microchip, Saint Louis county is offering free chip, checks on, Saturday at the Saint Louis county pet adoption center a microchip, helps reunite and owner with its. Pet if it gets Gets lost taking a. Look at the cammo x. forecast AccuWeather very warm. And humid today, clouds, some, sun high getting of eighty nine warm and sticky tonight with a chance of a shower. Or thunderstorm increasing the seventy three and then a shower thunderstorm in an occasion or two tomorrow, variably cloudy humid high eighty five near ninety with, some sunshine both days. Of the, weekend I'm AccuWeather meteorologist need the voice of Saint Louis camel wax and the Dow from Steve, at this hour is up three hundred and eighty one points checking the, business Bank of Saint, Louis business desk Kroger will begin testing grocery delivery is using driverless cars outside of Phoenix the biggest US grocery chain said the project will begin today in Scottsdale at a fri- supermarket owned by Kroger the Toyota Prius will, be used for the. Deliveries manned by a human to monitor performance during phase two this fall deliveries will be. Made by completely autonomous vehicle called an are one with no human being aboard and. A in need of a tune-up you can trust reliable to get. The job done Trust reliable dot com I'm Carol, Daniel k. Molex news time eleven.
"west moore" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Oh yeah that we'll get into it into him team the sort of patriot and the family was george west more he was a british person and he was he's so old he was winston churchill's barber at won't allow it was just a fun thing but he founded the first may cup department at a hollywood studio in nineteen seventeen you then had six sons monte perc ern while he bud and frank and then from there they had children and basically everybody in the family worked in makeup well so like his sons were doing makeup on gone with the wind one of them was doing rudolph valentino's makeup in all his movies aman georgia's grandson michael west moore won an oscar for the movie mask in nineteen eightyfive not the gym areas dolts film yeah yeah yeah and that is very good right he looks yeah yeah aided makeup on raging bull and he has won nine emmys for the makeup on three different star trek franchises on tv she's so they like a dynasty yeah it's the this whole craft that goes into everything that gets filmed for film or tv there's been this one family handling a lot of it and the scenes there bush of politics make up yeah anytime a full family can dominate an entire industry that is very impressive my father was a car salesman so i i was not given that opportunity although i guess dominate car sales yeah you didn't build a dynasty now he could've could've he's very good salesman but no no now i want just my family my child to dominate battle rap that would be danielle nice should have seven children together and all of them are battle radford's.
"west moore" Discussed on Around the Rim
"In so many ways but buffalo will advance and they are taking on south carolina who's also in the albany region sab north carolina an tea and then dawn staley took down her all the mada uv a the number ten seed in the albany region just a quick note joanne boyle has stepped down decided to retire from coaching due to some family issues that she's having in so our prayers to joanne boyle as she is stepping away that will be a hiring we will be keeping our eyes on moving over to the kansas city region the number one overall seed in kansas city is mississippi state they advanced to the sweet sixteen they will take on nc state who west moore's team lost their entire back court last year let's not forget despite all of that behind chelsea nelson they will head onto the sleep sixteen to take on mississippi state on the bottom half of the kansas city region we have ucla in texas that's right the ucla took out american and also took down creighton congratulations to coach flannery because the clayton creighton bluejays had a great ncaa tournament showing but ucla advances as the number three seed in texas also great success in the first and second round they took down main and then airs state which is not an easy team to beat in march now headed over to let's think ten louisville behind sam furing who seems to just get better every game we talked so much about by shanghai's allen and also obviously about asia derby but wow sim feelings have been fantastic so louisville take on stanford tara vanderveer once again magic you think the the cardinal they aren't going to be very good based on how they start and she coaches them up there back to the sweepstakes team the bottom half of the lexington region we have maybe a surprise to most oregon state scott rooks team upset number three.
"west moore" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler
"Do. isn't less amazing. I love his mom said she said too many people have invested in you. This is not about you. I think it's so important. Remember that as an immigrant from Jamaica, Amman like that knew what it was like to up route to invest and to believe in dreams that cost her greatly. And that kinda love changed his life. The community that surrounded him that said, we owe each other to make better choices to find a different path or to stay. On course. We just never know what our decisions are gonna mean I once chose a college based on the fact that the brochure showed people playing rugby. I didn't play rugby ended up finding one of the only schools that paid good money for international students. We just don't know where lives are going to take us, and I hope that randomness gives us like Wes a greater charity toward others. I think of all the people that respond to my situation with minimizing at least it's not or teaching. Have you tried or solvers who are chest ready to force essential oils? I suspect on me at any moment. But I think on top of those categories, west Moore would add rationalize IRS. People want a reason why couldn't be them the bad things happen to. We need people like west to remind us that we are all the same. This is not about you. He would say, this is about us. Okay. I can't believe I get to say this, but I have a special guest coming up seven time EMMY award winner. Alan Alda will be on the show talking to me about how lessons drawn from acting can help us all be more empathetic talking to super famous actors is totally normal thing for me. So you will notice my behavior is totally normal calm. Cool. I hope you'll tune in and look. If there's someone you think would make a great guest. I'd love to hear about it. Email me. Your suggestions at everything happens podcast at Duke dot EDU. Everything happens is produced by Duke University in association with North Carolina. Public radio W UNC support comes from faith in leadership, an online learning resource and so many. Thanks to my awesome team. Beverly able Allison Jones, Amanda height in the be the change revolutions team, Ivan panel Bruschi in Random House. If you're in join these conversations, please go to apple podcasts, post to review and come. Find me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at KC bowler. This is everything happens with me. Kate bowler.
"west moore" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"When boris karloff die they had a picture of glenn strangers frank and jeff yes yes because of the same makeup yeah yeah jack pierce is make up with identical yeah although in that movie the each had switched over to the west moore's c c c what i'm talking about and you know another thing with habit when they're doing who's on first this a line that's not really of of plenty line buddy correct me up and it's like when he says when lucas stella says you know i'm a good catch your myself and app it goes show they tell me ads shouts on you you can watch them do it in several different incarnations that are only available and so they're they're so comfortable with the material that they can we've around it a little bit and then there if they don't do it absolutely word for it yes every time and if one of them throws in another little liner or or take something out they they can they can handle and and how badly and these are two major talents how badly buddy hackett in harvey cormon were doing the app and then also talented though they were yeah this is not no but my my favorite part of that movie i was a t why we it was a tv move the button to lose movie is when body hackett eyes lucas delo is on his deathbed and ardy johnson as their manager sneaks in a cup of strawberry mall did and and bought adb it very weekly takes shape and he goes.
"west moore" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast
"Hello year so on i also looked up because we love the show faceoff which is all the special effects makeup it's like a a a project runway except special effects make up if you have not watch out show is julian loves that fucking joe use the statuette people on they're all the time and the judges are so harsh on then lake mayor cell fucking harsh what are their names again glen hattrick gren grenada the bald guy which is his injury of his his legendary but they like without it's a great show like out diction each other he's like it's a it's you know so they show the special affect big of this guy that suissa look like a tree in it's like you know to the untrained eye and like that guy looks like a tree it's a lou funny what whatever he they did it like a day and he's like it's devoid in crippling in you're like oh my god go easy on amid what dealt plug near the go in on those guys so anyways that show the hosts is mckenzie west moore who is the daughter of michael west moore who actually did all the makeup and special effects makeup on star wars certain start ii site star trek the next generation and the subsequent series after like say signs stuff so is really cool to watch it and be like you know data's highlight is on fleet but is also heated on invented michael with more and better yet it that's true is it he is the mentor on faced off.
"west moore" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"Um what else laughing at another question but i can't remember now i got lost in your stories yeah i i i think the cia stuff is another book in you i think that's another book would you be allowed israeli hill her letterman right now and i really the are there okay are there any more west moore's doing makeup now my cousin pamela here is doing makeup's and she's bit of sandra bullock for years and years kevin my nephew kevin has gone from show to show to show mainly a television series which last for ten twelve years of and candy who candy to be watch she's she still go into so the three of them are in makeup that i have verve another nef to a two nephews three that are into production and my nephew matt uh is a like a producer on botched which is one of my favorite shows at love the hoping i've ever seen a crash was the plastic surgery one on where the doctors taken the bizarre case if a checkout one out i've been now i've been bingeing the new house of cards uh that's that's what i'm on right now home all right well what is i have one more question what is the one the gate the one project that you wish you would have worked down but you did because he worked on so much what is the one project you wish you would work worked.