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"j hartman" Discussed on Real Faith Stories
"You are listening to the real faith stories. Podcast interviews with people who who chose to boldly follow their faith. I'm your host brian robinson. Now let's meet our guest and hear their story. Dr bruce hartman. Welcome to real stories so great to have you on the program today. Thank you for having me brian. It is good to be on the as well. I was reading over your notes prior to our conversation here. And i'm fascinated with the opening statement of what you wrote. I'm just going to read this verbatim on may fifth two thousand nine. I was walking alone. Late night was asked by jesus to fully turn my life over to him. That sense alone begs the question. What were you doing before that night. And what led you to have that late night. Walk and what happened. Please share a little bit. So i'm prone to take long walks at night if i can't sleep because it's something on my mind and on this particular night after twelve o'clock in the morning and you know so i got up and started wandering a very familiar circle at night and i knew the area pretty well so i kind of knew where to go what to do. And you're processing in your mind. Something that would do this. Not i would say every week. I'd say probably once a month or something like that this particular night. I was very uncomfortable. It wasn't where god wanted me to be very uncomfortable. And i was thinking about it and thinking about it and as i walked i came upon a streetlight in front of the street light. There was light and behind the street. Light it was darkness but it was a very defined crack on the sidewalk between the light in the darkness. And i remember walking through the light and saying to myself. You forgot how to pray and that bothered me as much as any moment in my whole life might always been fairly interested and committed to the loyd as i became more successful career. Those days would become less than less so to speak and it was at that moment i wanted only one thing and that was to know how to pray again and that led to a couple more days of you know after that i got..
"j hartman" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride
"Went back to his position. He had played last season at right. Tackle dan moore junior fourth round. Pick rookie left tackle. He looked like a turnstile a couple of times against buffalo. If they're going to attack the steelers it's going to be on the edges. I just feel like that's where their weaknesses lie. You don't yes you can get pressure up the middle. I'm not saying that they're perfect in that area. But if the if there's a matchup issue it's going to be on the. It's going to be on the edge primarily against the rookie left tackle. But dan more improved a little bit in the second half but it. Yeah if you're looking for advantage there it is awesome. I'll tell you why hopefully yanni walkway stays healthy. Then it's ready to go because it was fun to watch on. the raiders. Finally have a pass rush after about three years of of just crying over coolmax so i'm excited to hear you say that it might be facing. Some weak tackles next week. I'm excited but yet sorry. Sorry for your your part on that. Anyway let's all right. Let's flip sides sides of the ball here. The steelers defense on the top bonds juggernaut. I'm just curious. How do you tack attack them. Like where have you seen. Teens have success against them. Obviously it's not very often but is there a weakness in this This defense yob. Yes yet to be very calculated with how you do it though The steelers are elite in on defense. And i'm not saying that as a home or anyone that watches them play their talented from top to bottom and i actually would say they're. This defense is better than last year's last year was a top three unit. When you add devon bush back who towards acl early in the season you bring in joe schober another good coverage Linebacker in the middle. You bring in melvin ingram Who is still wreaking havoc at his age. I i still can't believe you're just sitting there as a free agent. No one wanted him. Alex highsmith second-year pass rusher t. J. watt is a freak. We know that and he deserved every bit of that contract. He earned the arrived. Clun yes In any of guys. I came hayward who he just goes under the radar but he dominates. I mean you go go back. I don't want something fun. Watch go back and watch the steelers bills. Just go on the bills of the ball. Watch game hayward completely steamrolled offensive line. He was living in josh allens lab. It was fun to watch. But if you're going to attack this dealers events you have to get him in sub packages and you actually want to run the football and that's not easy for a lot of teams to do you have two very talented offensive line. That can you don't need those extra blocker so if you can go to four five wide forced the steelers into their dime. That's when they can be run on. They were run on in the waning minutes of the game against buffalo. I'm not really gonna count that as kind of garbage time but still in the past under teeth butler defensive coordinator. That's when the steelers have had issues getting those linebackers off the field. They bring in an extra defensive back they go light. You've if the steelers opponent. Whoever that is in this case the raiders if they can run the football in those packages that's how you slow down the steelers by controlling the clock keeping the defense on the field. And you wear down the pass rush. Because that's their that's their calling card is getting after the quarterback we've got you bring up a pass rush. You brought up guys like nova england. Alex highsmith so i'm kind of curious. You know obviously probably. The biggest subtraction are lost for the for pittsburgh defensive. Probably just raw has to be but depre- so i'm curious you know one of they kinda missing with depre- in what are your thoughts on like mouth. Ingram and now is heisman Replacements pretty high. On week one was any indication. The answer to your question about bud. Depre- what are they missing the answers not much. I mean between ingram and highsmith they. They were putting pressure on the quarterback. The end to pre was a good player. I'm not here to to say anything bad about him. But those two guys in having the the trio of what ingram in highsmith in they rotated them out so that everyone stayed fresh. It was something the steelers fans haven't seen. Because you always had watt depre- and even before that you had guys like lamar woodley and james harrison. Joey porter clark. You always had those two book ends. Never three now. They have three. This is unique. And mike tomlin on tuesday even said that you might even see a situation where all three around the field at the same time. That would be exciting as a steeler fan to see what they do in that package. We haven't seen it yet. But still melvin. Ingram has been in. Mike tomlin in training camp. Cottam a bully and he is. He was literally bullying the offensive line of the buffalo bills. Which isn't a bad line. By the way he's again at the steelers didn't blitz in buffalo. I think they've let's twice. And they were all over josh allen the entire game. They've got pressure with their front for like that. Was it but a you bring up players lost in my opinion the player that they missed. The nose isn't bud. Debris is mike help in the slot. Okay and mike hilton who went to cincinnati. He was a slide. Cornerback he was an unbelievable blitzer off the edge he knew how to time the blitz. I mean almost to perfection. They have not found that nickel. cornerback they. They disguised it in week. One with a rookie seventh round pick. Trae norwood mega. Patrick played in the slot a little bit. They definitely mixed things up in the slot. I don't think they have their answer. I don't think they will mike. Helton is probably the biggest loss. The steelers have had on that defense. Believe it or not so. I'm curious than you know as far as Attack in secondary..
Hey Saturday's Saskia Nelson Explains the Importance of Great Photos for Online Dating
"Sascha you. First of all tells a story about behind his saturday. Yeah well basically. Is it online dating for a long time. Pretty much is ten years on and off now all the time Yeah and so. When i came to sign up my photography business i was. I wanted to specialize niche as as as kind of makes sense for business on. I miss elected back. Oh my online. Dating days by. Because i'm a visual person and i'm so i can't scott the time the columnist of hartman. I kind of recognize the importance in skylight. They just use a massive photo when they want to market something. I really strong powerful fight catches. Your eye really really stops. She's makes you stop into tracks and look at it and might have three words without photo like believing better or something. And i was just like. Wow okay. imagine if you translate it that dayton price file how like powerful could be rather than the usual. Saudi larry fatos and that tonight of copy on agreeing off that basically and this was back in twenty thirteen so i did the research and november staying any while. I thought that's kinda vault because to me. It might so much sense benefits. Because i was a visual person is in king this is just kind of occurrence the people while i'm going to give it a guy so i did that and then at the beginning. Was this log like first year. It was this hard slog like giggling it because it was saying and me having a blocking across all the dating apps and things like that guy. Hey this thing you could get an. You can be ahead of the cub. If everyone else is using rubbish that you'll know you're really gonna stand out cypher. Not kind of grow and grow and then we have exploited yet lights up like on the yeah expanded to the sites as well. So it's yeah it's been. It's been busy times anymore now. Busy money
"j hartman" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Hartman report dot com Gretchen Reynolds over the New York Times has been compiling for the last year or so, maybe a little longer, but I've been noticing it for the last year. Some just remarkable statistics and information coming out of pure reviewed scientific journals about the benefits of very, very small, short amounts of exercise on the quality of life and the lifespan. You know the the ability to survive disease. Of all of us. Some of the studies were on younger people. A lot of the studies were on people over 50, and I'm talking very small amount specialized, like literally. Four minutes of bicycling or four seconds. Excuse me, a bicycling really hard on, you know, stationary bicycle, followed by 56 seconds of just relaxing. And doing that 15 times over a 15 minute period a couple of times a week. Four seconds of exercise produce measurable results all over at Tom Hartman. Com. We've got a new video up for the people who are Supporters of our programming. You can check it out. Okay, boy. What? There's so much going on so much in the news, and it is Like just whiplash Ted Cruz singlehandedly in the United States Senate. I mean, what is wrong with this right? Ted Cruz singlehandedly blocked Even a discussion about before the People Act. That would help guarantee that people have the right to vote. These people don't like democracy. They don't want democracy. They want oligarchy. They want the the billionaires who own them. To be the only power in this country. They do not. They hate and fear. We, the people. It's just that simple. Anyhow, picking up your phone calls. Steve in Los Angeles. Hey, Steve. What's up? Um, what you say is 100% correct. It's clearly a class war. It's always has been a class war. Anyone who's read Chomsky. Okay knows already that the important thing is that the government is in a way of big businesses ability to totally control everything. Yet only the government is big enough and powerful enough to counter them. So by controlling the government or minimizing the government. It clears the field for them to do what they want to do. My problem with all of this is why the Democrats, which is supposedly Supposed to be the party of the working Man Party of the poor. Why haven't they countered this? Why are they allowed this to go on for 40 or 50 years? Like you said, we're basically unrepresented as long as the Democrats are run by is The same forces the same people. Here's Here's What happened, Steve, you know Reagan became the champion for this in 1980. At that point in time, you know, Jimmy Carter was flirting with neo liberalism. But by and large, the Democratic Party was still the party of organized labor. Third of America had good union jobs, and that was the principal source of funding for the Democratic Party. Eight years later, really, 12. Years later, By the end of the Reagan and Bush administrations, union membership in America had gone from about a third down to around 10% 10, or 11% had collapsed and along with had collapsed the funding for the Democratic Party. At the same time, the oil shock had worn off by 1982. We had 11.5% inflation in 1981, and it was down to 3% 1982. The reason for that was because the Arab oil embargo of 1973 74. That is what produced that that eight years of inflation and by that time by 82, it had kind of run itself out of the economy. But Reagan got the credit for that and so always neoliberal policies of free trade and gutting unions and ending welfare as we know it, and tough on crime policing. All those. Those Republican and neo liberal policies were actually very popular in the late eighties, And so when Bill Clinton came along in 92, he just adopted them. The Democratic Party got in bed basically with the same billionaires, not necessarily the same because the Democrats wanted to be with clean industry like tech, you know, banking and insurance and leave the poison industries, you know, steel and chemicals and pesticides and weapons manufacture. Leave that to the Republicans. That was the equation that they made in the nineties. So you know, we had a decade and a half or so or two decades where the Democratic Party was tightly embracing neo liberalism as where the Republicans and Joe Biden is the first Democratic president since Jimmy Carter to reject neoliberalism. And so we're in the process, the Democratic Party of Walking back from that from that poison, you know, not drinking that poison anymore. Drinking that Kool aid anymore. But we still have people like you know, Joe mansion in Kherson Cinema who are who are there who are taking money from the same people right there hold overs, But that is the only chance we have is four people people. Biden is basically a moderate himself. Hopefully, he's seen the importance of giving the progressives. More power because that's really the only thing that can combat the the Corporatists and the big business. And the Republicans have always been more organized, better organized and agree to executing their plans because they're desperate. They need to be. They know their minority and they know they need to be better. Democrats need to counter that and put their numbers to work. That's what are advantages. We have more people I I agree, and I think that the other advantage Republicans have is that the the Republican Party? As concerned, as is the case with conservative parties all over the world is more attractive to people who are authoritarian followers, which is about 20% of any population. People just they are perfectly willing. In fact, they're anxious to surrender their personal will and power to an authority figure. And that's why the old saying Republicans fall you know Democrats fall in love Republicans fall in line And, uh, yeah, Democrats need better PR. Yeah, I'm with you, Steve. I got to move along. But thank you for the call. You said it very, very well. Mike in Athens, Texas. Hey, Mike, What's up, Brother? Good. What's on your mind? Not much, man. Hey, so I was trying to.
"j hartman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Hartman program. Our book today in the Thom Hartmann Book Club is watching darkness fall FDR, his ambassadors and the rise of Adolf Hitler. By David McKeen. This is from Chapter two, titled A small, obscure Austrian housepainter. Well. Franklin Roosevelt was sailing off the coast of New England, basking in his party's nomination and largely oblivious to European politics. 43 year old Adolf Hitler, leader of the German National Socialist Party. Innovative German political campaigns by barnstorming Germany in a chartered Juncker's Criss cross the country using the slogan Hitler Uber Deutschland Hitler over Germany as he campaigned for a Nazi majority in the Reichstag mesmerizing Speaker Hitler attended rallies in as many as four cities a day. He spoke before massive crowds 50,000 and Potsdam 60,000 in Brandenburg more than 100,000 in Berlin on July 27th his appeal to the nation's stump speech promised honor and freedom. Work and bread. Earlier in the year. Hitler had lost his campaign for German president running against 85 year Old World War one here of Paul von Hindenburg, but he learned a lesson about how to connect with the German people in the process. When President Hindenburg failed to capture majority in the polls in March, a runoff election was scheduled for April. In the first leg of the campaign, Hitler often spoke about a declining economy and inveighed against entrenched interests in the second leg during his the runoff election. He spoke more about positive change, vowing that his leadership would bring about a bright future for all Germans. He promised jobs, higher wages, stronger military A renewed sense of German pride. Hitler generated great excitement among his supporters. But in the end, it wasn't enough. He received a larger percentage of the vote than in the March election, but many fewer Germans turned out at the polls. Annenberg once again prevailed, leading to an ultimately premature headline in The New York Times. Quote Hitler dictatorship in right, held unlikely end quote. However, in the summer of 1932. Hitler was already on the rebound, campaigning to build the support he needed they needed they needed in the Reichstag to finally take the reins of power. Hitler also is the rise of communism to whip up support in his homeland. As Joseph Stalin consolidated power in the Soviet Union, the international communist movement was perceived as a growing threat. Both in Germany and throughout Europe. Hitler's stormtroopers, a small private army of Nazi sympathizers, swarmed the streets of Germany's largest cities and fought pitched battles with communists and anyone else who dared to oppose them. Many Germans view the Nazis as defending their nation against communist infiltration. The rise of Adolf Hitler has been well documented in the American press, although few could have predicted the extent of his demented and ruthless thirst for power. During the spring of 1932, the Atlantic Monthly magazine published a comprehensive two part series of articles that chronicled Hitler's unremarkable youth as well as the evolution of his political philosophy. Which the writer Nicholas Fairweather likened to a kind of religion based on pseudoscience and tribal psychology. After studying Hitler's speeches and writings, Fairweather observed, the Hitler possessed quote a violent hatred of Jews as the racial enemies of all areas. End quote. Noted Hitler had contempt for quote parliamentary institutions as the organs of democracy, he insisted, quote Germany must acquire more land in Europe as a vital requirement for national expansion and progress. And he declared, France is the arch enemy. Months after the German election With growing political unrest in the streets, Hitler persuaded President Hindenburg that he could not govern effectively without Nazi support. Annenberg agreed to form a coalition in the Reichstag with members of the National Socialist Party, which is how on January 30th 1933 President Roosevelt's birthday. Adolf Hitler became chancellor of the German republic. Hitler's move was viewed as a compromise and something of a concession by The New York Times, which declared in a headline Hitler puts aside aimed to be dictator. Of course, Hitler's quest for complete power had only suffered a temporary setback. Among the German populace attraction to his message was growing, while organized opposition fractured William Sherer, correspondent for CBS in Berlin, later wrote quote no class or group or party in Germany could escape its share of responsibility for the abandonment of the Democratic Republic. And the advent of Adolf Hitler. Cardinal error of the Germans who oppose Nazism was their failure to unite against it. President elect Franklin Roosevelt knew he would soon inherit an economy that had likely hit bottom more than 25% of American workers couldn't find employment. Gross domestic product has shrunk to a third of what it had been only three years earlier. Average income had crater to turn of the century levels in the banking system was in crisis every day, Another bank closed his door and those depositors who hadn't already withdrawn their money and stuff that under their mattresses. Were wiped out. Dire effects of the of the economic depression were not limited to the United States. After the stock market crash of 1929 foreign lending was curtailed commodity prices plummeted. The economies of other countries that dependent on exporting raw materials, including Germany spiraled downward. Book watching Darkness.
How Guest Host Julie Hartman Came to Conservatism
"Never thought that i would become a conservative. Because i thought that some conservative positions mainly those on immigration and gun control. I thought those were mean and bigoted but that all changed last may frankly during the black lives matter riots. And obviously the circumstances surrounding george floyd's passing Were incredibly unfortunate. But the reaction that i saw from the people around me was so astonishing and not the way that i thought that we should be handling an event like this first of all the lumping in of all police officers who i view as heroes with the sins of a few the defense the police movement which prime primarily has the effect of harming black people the rioting and the lewd looting that i saw on my very own city there were helicopter circling over my house. These these lockdowns how about protesting during a pandemic when the very people who were protesting previously decried other gatherings unsafe. These maoist self-criticism sessions. That one has to have for their white privilege the fact that the black lives matter websites that they wanted to dismantle the western notion of a nuclear family the list goes on but the point is that is what really woke me up and i thought to myself if this is the left this is not who i am and i decided to seek out another perspective so i scour the internet as twenty do and lo and behold i come across prager your university which is genesis organization and i went down a total rabbit hole. I learned so much. I watched every single one of their videos in the span of three days and they changed my mind on so many issues and even the issues that they didn't change my mind on at very least i came to respect the conservative position. I no longer saw is meaner bigoted and that was incredibly valuable to me.
Does the Left Stand for Anything?
"You know what else. I thought was really funny with the media. Handled or didn't handle this past weekend. Was president obama's birthday party remember. They told us last week. When president obama's planning that sixtieth birthday bash was between five hundred seven hundred people and they go. Oh obama's can scale it back. It's just gonna be family and friends have you all seen the pictures of this birthday bash. I was looking at them this morning. There is a tent the size of the white house hundreds and hundreds of people posted videos from this event. It look honestly. It looked really fine but how funny obama has this party. No masks noticed and saying no vaccine requirement for him but then the rest of us peasants have to abide by those things. Again the media. Why are they not covering this more. Why are they not calling out the sacristy you know what though. I actually think that this goes beyond hypocrisy. It hits it something bigger. This indicates a startling lack of principles. And i think instead of just pointing out or publicizing. Instances like the obama birthday party. I think that we conservatives need to take a different approach. I think we need to start asking questions of those on the left putting them on the defensive saying to them. What do you really believe in. What do you affirmatively stand for.
"j hartman" Discussed on Architecture Today
"Denise benefits amazon founder of the green building council and very much an early doctor in the move towards the same architecture. And i'm also talking to hattie hartman. Who is a former colleague. Mine and the architects journals sustainability editor a post that she invented herself and Personally to today's conversation she is the co author of a new book. Energy people buildings. Hattie can you tell us about your book and what it's trying to achieve. Well this book is about a lot more than energy in buildings. It's really about good design and good architecture and how a thorough understanding a building performance can enhance good design and enable it. I'll say one more thing. I'll tell you what it's not about because there's so much talk right now about embodied carbon which is absolutely key to this. Whole discussion of net zero on our book is really focusing on operational. We need both. We need whole life carbon and we haven't cracked the operational one yet rap. You've a very quick off the mark in talking about the importance of monitoring operational performance. And i am thinking particularly of your west six building which is what twenty years old and i think we also. You're a little bit crazy when you talked about. How much effort was going into this kind of three year documents. The evaluation endless discussions about. Who's going to manage it facilities management. Do you feel things have moved on in twenty is what do you think you're still alone. Voice in the wilderness. Very difficult question. But i think broadly. Speaking of course things have moved on the ideas become mainstream. The ideas behind the building itself which read things like cerebral mass cross ventilation low-energy techniques and all the rest of us certainly caught on that particular building we also measured the first time they embodied energy is all the carbon so it was over. Twenty years ago it was finished in two thousand and last year before the lockdown. Actually we did a whole office trip back to have a look at it and we met the same client. They all turned. It was fantastic day on the side..
Businesses Are Reopening Across the U.S., Especially Where Vaccine Rates Are Higher
"It's pretty clear. The bigger businesses in this economy are doing alright. Earning season has been proof enough of that but consumers feeling good as we are and having cash as we do and being vaccinated as many but not enough of us are is especially good news for small and medium sized businesses. That got hammered last year and a lot of them are coming back. That's according to new data from yelp. The company reports the second quarter of the year april through june had the fastest paced of business reopening since last spring. Lead as you might imagine by restaurants and retailers with home improvement and auto repair not far behind then also as marketplace's mitchell hartman reports a record number of new businesses opening up something like fifteen to twenty percent of small businesses likely didn't survive the pandemic but those that did are reopening at a frenetic pace says justin norman head of data science at yelp over sixty thousand businesses reopened which is the highest volume reopenings in the last year. And yelp find something interesting about where the business buzz. Strongest distinct correlation between the vaccination rate and vaccination completion in an area and the number reopenings and consumer interest so more yelp searches and pictures and reviews of stores and restaurants in places like maine vermont. Connecticut. new york where there's less vaccination. There's less consumer interest so places like tennessee alabama mississippi but also some places in the west such as arizona. Vaccination rates are unfortunately low.
Consumers Aren't Worried About Inflation Yet
"Has been tough. We know to have heard. Oh so very much about inflation. These past couple of months here there and everywhere. The economic news is about prices going up. What j. powell has to say about it. And whether it's gonna last or be to vote or lustrous fed chair transitory much though in all of this you and what you're thinking about and expecting since inflation expectations are a big part of whether inflation actually shows up. Here's marketplace's mitchell hartman to get us going. Go to the gas station. The price at the pump is more than fifty percent higher than last spring. Used cars up three percent major appliances up twelve percent of claudius som- who spent a decade as an economist at the fed says price spike. So far are mostly concentrated in things like vehicles and appliances and travel tied to the reopening of the economy and frankly over decades. We have seen a very moderate pace of inflation and the federal reserve is convinced that it is going to come back down. And that's what most consumers think too. According to a new survey data for morning console says economist. John lear consumers believe the prices of certain goods and pandemic hit sectors are likely to more rapidly than other goods so right now consumers expect trips and vacations and cars and home repairs to go way up in price but not items like furniture or groceries or rent.
"j hartman" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Towel that he only puts out for the playoffs. He doesn't touch it unless it's a playoff game. And he went up and he grabbed that towel before the clocks red had gone zero. And he's twirling around and word tackling each other. Words were loving life or love in life was. It's a budget fans together. I think my dad tackled my brother. And i know he's given us the hooks into the kidneys just having a good time. It was a blast. It was a blast now. When that has fumbled we thought we were going to throw up. I mean we felt like we were going to vomit. Now all worked out in the end and it's just one of those great memories that always sticks with me. Even this past season in twenty twenty one of the most memorable games i think for the steelers general just happened to be a game that i watched with my dad. And that was the indianapolis colts game the game that the steelers clinched the afc north. Come from behind. Beat i love when the ben roethlisberger would beat philip rivers and so he did it one last time before rivers are tired and it was great to watch with my dad. I'm still upset. Though it's rare that i get to watch the game with my daddy and my brother anymore and we were supposed to do that on. Thanksgiving and the ravens. We all know how they screwed the pooch on that. Now let's flip the script a little bit. Because i'm very thankful for my dad for raising me as a steeler fan and he and he always said you. Hey if you all want to root for someone else that's fine. he understood. He was more lenient than island as a father of five. I have one son. Who's my oldest is twelve. And then i have four daughters ten and under and they all love the steelers and they didn't have an option have not not as lenient as my father. A he would always you want to refer someone else. It's fine i say. Hey if you want root for someone else that's fine just don't expect don't expect to sleep here. I mean you gotta find somewhere else to go. They would always ask me. Hey dad if we sorta like the ravens of what would happen as you like the outs. Fine i don't know where you're going to sleep and where you're going to get food but i mean yeah you can absolutely go like the ravens. That's it so they get the picture pretty quick and people would say oh geoff you're brainwashing those kids and i said yes. I am not the nine. They're like yeah. I am brainwashed him. I want them to grow up and appreciate. Enjoy the things that i appreciate it. Enjoy that one of those things. Are the pittsburgh steelers. This past season was very special. It was the first year that my children all of them in one way shape or not the youngest. She's three yet really started to take a liking to players and to the game itself no they would not watch all the games they would they would be there for the first quarter and then all of a sudden they get antsy and they go outside and come in but they would always come in and check on the score. My oldest daughter loves chase claypool. She got to chase claypool jersey for christmas last year. My second oldest daughter loves ben roethlisberger. She has she. Got ben rothlisberger jersey for christmas last year. And my son love james conner. He still does. He still does even knows with cardinals. He said he's still going to root for james conner but he's a steelers fan. I can respect that for sure. He also my son has alopicia which is the same. It's the same thing that ryan shazier and joshua dobbs where they don't have hair so he has his ryan shazier jersey. He wears it all the time. And so that's kind of his guy even though he doesn't play anymore. I don't think anyone's gonna problem with that. But unless dave scofield comes over to watch a game and he brings his kids and my kids have no interest in the game whatsoever. But they'll always check on the score in my hope is that my children grow up and appreciate the time that we spend together watching the steelers on sunday or a saturday or thursday or a monday and they they look back and think those are really good times. I remember my dad standing up and pumping his fist or high. Five us running around the rear which all that all happens. I hope that they take that. And they cherish that. And remember that the way that i remember all those things with growing up with my dad and i hope that if if they're lucky enough to have their own children that they raise them in a way that it doesn't have to be the steelers i hope it is. I would love nothing more. But i hope that it's they appreciate something and they can share something. And that's what this is all about. It's the fact that it's not just football. It's the fact that this is something. I share with my dad and i share with my family and now i have this whole extended family of people that are right with bryan and dave and people that i never would have known if not for the website and my ride or die. Crew from my. Let's ride podcasts. I mean i never in a million years thought this is where would have gone to here. I am and here. We are and so if you're someone that has a father or maybe it's a grandfather or an uncle or a best friend that somehow got you involved with the steelers. Take a chance. Take the time that way. Take the time and say thank you say. Thank you for that. Obviously tell them he loved them. I know that there are some people out there. Listening one in particular. Who's part of my writer dai crew. This is probably really tough time. She lost her father recently but he was a steeler fan and she talks about him often on twitter and stuff like that. I just wanna say that. If you've lost a father and they were your connection to the steelers take the time to if you pray a prayer positive thoughts and say you know what i'm appreciative and pass it on. Pass it on. Keep that black and gold blood flowing through the next generation. It's the best.
Fiala, Wild Force Game 7 With 3-0 Victory Over Vegas
"The wild scored three goals in the third period to break a scoreless tie beat the golden knights three zero and force a game seven cam Talbot made twenty three saves for his second shutout of the series as Minnesota got goals from Ryan Hartman Nick bjugstad and Kevin Fiala Fiala he's ready to head to Vegas we won two in a row now so but we've got to regroup you know its it all starts at zero you know so we gonna realize that and have a great story you know and anything can happen in game seven so we're gonna be ready that's wild winger Kevin Fiala while battled back from a three one series deficit they force a game seven it'll be Friday night from T. mobile arena Kevin farmers St Paul
Golden Knights Surges Past Wild for 5-2 Win to Take 2-1 Series Lead
"The golden knights scored five consecutive goals to beat the wild five two in game three and claim a two one series lead after the wild scored twice in the first they had a potential third goal called off after review showed it was offside the golden knights took over from there including a pair for their captain mark stone we got a fortunate challenged was outside and then ten minutes into our you know five five ten minutes in the second period we got a couple big saves it was a two and then we tried to call the game not totally really well gosh what you're going to transition the puck well and that's what led to our offense Patrick brown William Karlsson and Reilly Smith also got on the board for Vegas Ryan Hartman jewelers next scored the goals for the wild game four is Saturday night Kevin foremost Saint Paul
The Stinky Benefits of Sulfur
"Has natural anti inflammatory antibacterial properties. Here's dermatologist corey. L hartman on what you can do for your skin. Especially if you're prone to breakouts clears bacteria from pores that would otherwise lead to acne and helps prevent new bacteria for manifesting on the skin. Surface can help sibel production and so helps to dry out. The surface of the skin which can lead to less oiliness can also help unclog pores by drying out. Did skin cells hartman says sulfur is unique in that. It's potent enough to fight acne but easier for skin to tolerate as compared to active like salicylic. Acid and benzoate peroxide and prescription creams are washes that combine sulfur with sodium. Self the stem side. Which has antibacterial properties makes the ingredient. Even more effective. The only downside you guessed it the smell. It is not pleasant in fact. The aroma of sulfur can be off putting that many of the prescription products that contain. Sulfur are used as short contact therapy. Meaning that they are applied to the skin left on for a short period of time and then rinsed off after a while womp but that said there are a plethora of not so bad smelling over the counter options that provide the same sort of benefits though to a lesser degree. you'll often find sulfur and spot treatments and clarifying cleansers and face mass. In concentrations from three to ten percent the higher the concentration of active sulfur the more swiftly. It'll aratu kate beds it the lower the concentration the better it usually
Ryan Murphy, on the Singular American Designer - Halston
"In the one thousand nine hundred. Seventy s halston was the most famous designer in america. Embodying the age of studio fifty four with his deductive clothes. The sense you luxury of his interiors and his hedonist lifestyle. Halston inspired a generation of future designers. But none more so than tom. Ford this is hamish. Bowles and provokes may issue. I have a chance to speak with tom. And ryan murphy. Dollywood mega producer. Who's bringing halston liked to the screen and a five part series of netflix's that stars. Ewan mcgregor as the designer whose life was an inspiration. And a cautionary tale. Here's an edited version of all far-ranging compensation ryan. I wonder how this project came to you. What excited you about halston and the an historian the arc of his career and life. And what made you feel. This could be to into a series all. It's funny because i grew up in indiana. Were halston trump surrounded by cornfields on churches. I always heard about two people from indiana. Who had sort of gotten out of the state onto bigger glamorous. Things one was florence henderson. in one was halston. He was always sort of a big figure in my mind. A representation of somebody who had come from humble beginnings that had gone on to do something incredible with his life and i was always moved by him tone. When did you first become aware of halston. And his work can wanted that mean to you at that moment. A little bit disabled so growing up as a kid. My grandmother always had w which then was a gigantic newspaper thing and so i was very aware as a fifteen year old of halston was you couldn't not be aware if you cared about design in that time. I mean the ultra suede rap. Dino suede dress. He did the the luggage for hartman. I mean you. you couldn't miss
Avalanche extend point streak to 15 games, beat Wild 5-4
"The avalanche of extended their point streak to fifteen games by scoring four unanswered goals in the second period to beat the wild five four David mackinnon Andre Burakovsky Brandon Saad and JT Compher provided the second period goals the first two coming in at seventy one second span and the second to coming to for a part Gabriel Landeskog also scored and Philipp Grubauer stopped twenty one shots as the west leading apps improved to thirteen oh one two during their fifteen game run Ryan Hartman had a goal and two assists for Minnesota which had won eleven straight at home since a five one loss to Colorado in late January I'm the ferry
U.S. gains 916,000 new jobs in March
"Hundred sixteen thousand new jobs in this economy in march restaurants and hotels education construction manufacturing. Honestly i could just go on naming industries. They have all added jobs. We're down to an unemployment rate of six percent even and that is with a whole bunch of people getting back into the labor force so marketplace's mitchell hartman gets us going with the goods of this very good jobs. Report positive comments were a dime. A dozen as i did. My economist calls today starting with nicole. Golden at the atlantic council definitely signs of a boom. Very happy to see it. What's michael farren at the mercatus center pumped up. Is the trajectory. Two hundred and thirty. Three thousand jobs added in january than four hundred sixty eight thousand in february and doubling again to more than nine hundred thousand in march. You think marches number is high april. And may's numbers are going to be positively eye-popping as larger and larger proportions of the population are vaccinated and more of the economy reopens the breadth of job growth. Is what impressed kurt. Long at the national association of federally insured credit unions not just hard hit bars and restaurants but retail transportation. The building trades finance. A lot of businesses are looking ahead to really strong consumer demand and they don't want to be caught flat-footed without the necessary employees. Getting everyone back to work especially unemployed. Parents will require more rebound in services for those workers says nicole golden at the atlantic council. We need childcare to come back because it employs a lot of women and in particular minority women and because the burden of care and school closures have pushed so many millions of women out of the labor force. Childcare jobs are still fifteen percent below pre pandemic
Why consumer confidence is surging
"Can confirm the facts of this story. We are tired of the pandemic and ready to shop. The technical term for this of course is consumer sentiment which determines how much we spend which makes up about two thirds of this economy and which is kind of key to our pandemic recovery while the university of michigan's consumer confidence survey shot up more than eight percent in march to its highest level in a year. that's still seven percent below what it was before the pandemic the government rescue package combined with the fourteen hundred dollar check or checks landing in many people's accounts. Well it's a pick me up marketplace's mitchell hartman gets going. It's been a week and a half. Since president biden seinfeld american rescue plan payments started going out within days. And that's been a big shot in. The arm. For consumers says john lear at morning console which polls americans everyday consumer confidence is really on a tear. They are growing more confident at a faster rate than they have fallen. The prior to stimulus packages. Lear says this time around the checks are bigger and they're going out faster plus the monies targeted to low and middle income households who were most likely to have lost work and be strapped for cash now. Rising confidence is likely to spark more consumer spending but lisa ruin that forbes adviser says it's not clear how much or how fast what we're seeing now. Is this really cautious optimism. Where people say okay. We can see signs that things are going to be getting better. But we're not quite ready to jump in headfirst. Forbes advisors latest survey finds. Roughly half of americans don't believe it's a good idea to reopen businesses one hundred percent before corona viruses fully contained and morning console finds. Well over half of americans. Still don't feel comfortable traveling or going to a restaurant. Shopping mall or sporting event. Jon lear's says moore vaccination and continued corona virus vigilance are crucial for sort of at this critical junction. Right now where. We need to keep cases down for the next three months. Let's say so that we're able to unleash. The full extent of are pinned up demand. Later in the summer he says. The money's there from the latest relief checks and surging savings. Folks just aren't feeling quite confident enough to spend up
Serial stowaway Marilyn Hartman arrested yet again
"Stowaway is at it again. Maryland. Hartman was arrested for trespassing at O'Hare yesterday investigators tractor with a GPS on her ankle bracelet. After she left the residential facility where she's being held. Hartmann has a history of sneaking past airport security and boarding planes illegally. She's been arrested at O'Hare and midway several times. 69 year old is expected to be sent to Cook County Jail and the Cook County Sheriff's Department plans to seek approval for a felony escape charge. Some state
Serial Stowaway Marilyn Hartman Arrested Again In Chicago
"Charges air again pending against the so called serial Stowaway. Maryland Hartman WGN's Ryan Burrow talked about it on Chicago's afternoon news yesterday, she said, according to the interview on CBS to that aired this week, she has been on 30 flights without paying for tickets, and there's no rhyme or reason. Really behind any of it. There's no secret she just kind of Lens in She was arrested at O'Hare Tuesday after escaping from an Elektronik monitoring residential facility. She's been arrested multiple times at O'Hare and Midway and other airports around the country. Or, in some cases trying to and succeeding at boarding flights without a ticket. Prosecutors say this time around, they're going to go for federal
After nearing a deal for probation, ‘serial stowaway’ is arrested again at Chicago O’Hare
"You might remember the serial stowaway Maryland Hartman. She was notorious for getting past security and onto airplanes with no ticket. It's happened time and time again. She managed to escape the residential facility, where she was ordered held and make her way back to O'Hare to Ewing has the rest from Chicago. Hartmann has been living in a residential facility her Russ comes two weeks after a plea deal for a pending case. She was had to get 18 months of probation and court ordered mental health treatment. At noon Tuesday, Her ankle monitor outfitted with GPS was tracked, leaving that same residential facility and showed her heading for O'Hare International Airport Terminal one Device even has a phone built into it. It was called, but Maryland Hartmann didn't answer. An alarm went off after it was activated on Hartmann's ankle monitor. She was taken into custody by the Chicago Police Department. Hartmann did not enter any secure areas this time, but she's admitted to doing this at least 30 times. Hartman is reported to suffer from bipolar
With the COVID Relief Bill Signed Yellen Turns Focus on Unemployment
"The big relief bill is signed now begins the sales pitch. The president and vice president and various and sundry Cabinet members are traveling or otherwise making the rounds, making their case among them. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, which is where we come in. Yellen said on ABC over the weekend that she is hopeful will be back near full employment next year. Back near is the operative phrase there because it had been widely assumed we were at full employment. Before everything fell apart. 3.5%, if you remember was the unemployment rate in February of 2020. So with everything in the past year in this economy What you suppose full employment's gonna look like now and more to the point water policy makers at the Fed and Treasury going to do about it if and when we get there, Marketplaces Mitchell Hartman starts us off. Full employment is a perfect sweet spot for the economy. Thea unemployment rate is as low as it can get, without employers having to bid up wages through the roof to get the workers they need. Everyone who wants a job can get one and inflation doesn't soar out of control, Dean Baker at the Center for Economic and Policy Research, says. In the past, policymakers have often put the brakes on before we got to full employment. But, he says in this recovery from massive pandemic job loss, they seem to be following a more ambitious unemployment script. They really do want to press the economy to see how low we could go. That likely means getting headline unemployment down to 3.5% again. But economist Mark Paul at New College of Florida says policymakers will also try to get other measures of worker to stress and financial hardship. Down. This means looking at unemployment rates for certain groups that have traditionally been stigmatized in the labor market. Such a black workers who tend to experience unemployment rates twice that of white workers. Black unemployment is up 4% in the pandemic. For White Americans. It's up just 2.5% and many more women with kids at home have dropped out of the labor force than men. Now, job creation is accelerating, and it's likely to continue with new government stimulus. Covad cases down and vaccination up Economist Damn north at credit insurer Euler Hermes North America says the economy has a lot of ground to make up. He estimates at least 30% of small businesses have folded. New businesses are going to start up, but it will take a wild probably T O late, 2022 early 2023 to get all the jobs back. And to get back to a full employment economy. I'm Mitchell Hartman for
What full employment means in a pandemic-ravaged economy
"The bigger relief bill is signed now begins the sales pitch the president and vice president in various and sundry cabinet members are travelling or otherwise making the rounds making their case among them treasury secretary. Janet yellen which is where we come in yellen said on. Abc over the weekend that she is hopeful will be back near full employment. Next year back here is the operative phrase there because it had been widely assumed we were at full employment before everything fell apart three and a half percent. If you're a member of the unemployment rate in february of twenty twenty so with everything in the past year in this economy what are you suppose. Full employment is gonna look like now and more to the point water policy makers at the fed and treasury gonna do about it. If and when we get there marketplace's mitchell hartman starts us off. Full employment is a perfect sweet spot for the economy. The unemployment rate is as low as it can get without employers having to bid up wages through the roof to get the workers. They need everyone who wants a job can get one and inflation doesn't sore out of control dean baker at the center for economic and policy research says in the past policy makers of often put the brakes on before we got two full employment but he says in this recovery from massive pandemic job loss. They seem to be following a more ambitious on employment script. They really do want impress the economy to see how low we could go. That likely means getting headline unemployment. Down to three and a half percent again but economists mark paul at new college of florida. Says policymakers will also try to get other measures of worker to stress and financial hardship down. This means looking at unemployment rates for certain groups that have traditionally been stigmatized in the labor market. Such as black workers who tend to experience isn't rates whites that of white workers. Black unemployment is up four percent in the pandemic for white americans. It's up just two and a half percent and many more women with kids at home have dropped out of the labor force than men now. Job creation is accelerating and it's likely to continue with new stimulus covid cases down and vaccination up economists dam north at credit insurer euler hermes north america says the economy has a lot of ground to make up. He estimates at least thirty percent of small businesses have folded. New businesses are going to start up but it will take wild probably too late. Twenty twenty two early twenty twenty three to get all the jobs back and to get back to a full employment
2 Dallas Officers Arrested In Separate Incidents Outside City
"Have been arrested in separate incidents that occurred outside of the city, Police say. Senior Corporal Thomas Hartman and 11 Year veteran of the DPD turned himself in to the death in county sheriff's office Friday for an incident that happened in Aubrey on March 6th. He was charged with assault and tampering with a witness. He has already posted bond in Cedar Hill Senior Corporal Terry Charles, who was off duty. He was arrested at about three o'clock Saturday morning. Cedar Hill police said they found Charles asleep inside a running vehicle in the parking lot of a closed business. He was booked into the DeSoto jail on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawful carrying of a weapon. His bond is set at $1500 for each charge. Steve Coming
"j hartman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"About that. Now i i I don't have the details but Yet of of arrangements but they'll undoubtedly be tributes and and really from from new england down to new jersey and florida. I mean so. Many people marry just frank and pat had such a wide variety of friends In and around the sport yes they did. They were wildlife. Well mary before we go. Update me on what you're doing. I work for gulfstream park with the receiving born nice. Yeah my job. I go in just on race days. And it's very nice and keeps you close and of course the busy time Guys and gals shipping in now right to get set with getting ready for our big season and stuff so that should be a lot of fun stuff. Well mary i appreciate it. I wanted to get a variety of Voices christoph clermont In in the next twenty minutes chuck andrei is gonna join us now and Chuck worked for him. In new england that hp pa and going to try to give everybody an appreciation for you know for the kind of person frank was and how much he meant to the sport. I think this is very nice if you give him a year that they were so much fun i i remember. I can't remember specifically if it was if it was precious passion or if it was discreet mark there was one of the great one winners and we got frank on the show and we had a wonderful kind of rollicking as you could imagine we had a you know a rollicking visit and it really felt like they deserved the kind of success you know after a lifetime around the game that you know when when he turned the horses and they just were breeding and owning to have the success they had at the end. You know the last fifteen twenty years is is pretty. I happy they they been having the successes and having they deserve well and you really You really got it going With with precious passionate the mary hartman at a terrific even under these circumstances terrific. Talk do you to have a good day. Mary hartman everybody and of course whenever mary would visit i'm obligated at some point to repeat and say mary hartman mary hartman. Chuck andrei is by and chuck worked For years and the hp a in new england and Chuck really saddened by this news. Ninety one though and frank You know really. Frank made the most the life this morning Which was under better circumstances but Yeah i. I've had the opportunity to know frank for decades and had the pleasure of working with him in the new england. Hp for many many years and I just defined Frank with the word class chuck with when was the first. How did you come to the you know. Come to the racetrack. Certainly to start. And and how far along was franken. Is you know in all the different things that he did right. Because his you you had. He had his sand and gravel business And i'm not even sure when he started to train a string. I had the opportunity to meet. Franken gets the back in the mid to late seventies when i started with the He was an owner that Commanded immediate notice came onto the scene. You know His stature is his class his knowledge of racing We got to be talking the few times and One one can lead to another. And i kinda convinced them to get involved with the hp at that time We had guys like peaceful and bill. Granola that on the rise. Jim and fit in perfectly with our board of directors and like almost anything he ever did in his life is as the years progressed the he ascended to the top and suddenly he was the president of the hp bpa and Involved in the national. Hp was instrumental for many many years. Especially in the trying times on suffolk closed in the late eighties Frank was the guy that really worked with. Jim and Joe county up at rockingham to Put together the circuit and just a pleasure. The against the guy that Was a mentor. Was a student business and Just had an insight to.
"j hartman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Me back on them took he was out of control. You didn't have a lot of control with just kind of had sit there and let him do his thing all titley Elvis and of course elvis's training Is is working now training Ultimately at the end elvis had for most of those starts The last what fifteen or so. At least i dunno not wrong with them. He wasn't afraid of them. Either a one you you wanted least a couple of the. Un's right yeah to un's to you ends with him amazing and you know people may forget that it took. It took conduit to beat him in that breeders cup at santa anita you know nine. That was a tough one. And it's funny. Because i you know i'm looking at this. I had forgotten You went to the arlington million after the un. And i it it. It didn't go well. Then he snapped back you you gave him owed gave him about sixty days and he snapped back and he ran so well in the clement hirsch and he went off boy he went off at six to one and just got nailed And and and it was so game that day and trying to turn back conduit he was. He was his game mistake. Calm you know. He liked whitting and he took you to you. Know he took you to dubai. I've forgotten that yeah took me to do by which he didn't didn't work out well either but it was. Experience did did franken and patch travel. Did they go they went. They came to dubai south. We were all in dubai. We had a great time about that. Now i i I don't have the details but Yet of of arrangements.
"j hartman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"And get some Some early day appreciation in. I think i've got actually. I think i've got sort of three levels of The generatio- experience Chuck audrey if it was frank. Generosity ios lieutenant In in new england For years as a on the hp and so chuck will visit and provided a an appreciation To being being that. Close and and working with frank and mary hartman. i had to reach out for mary. Hartman and it's been too long since. She stepped away from the game and the success that that she had with precious passion one a one a few great ones the poll up his record before. Mary joins us and Long long career and we used to talk to mary on a regular basis. So we'll look forward to visit with mary hartman And christoph lamont of course The most recent. I could also fold in jimmy as well jimmy. Ryerson and a few people that.
"j hartman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Man Yeah that was that was a big big loss off. Yeah, yeah! Yeah, he really was really was an innovator and we don't have enough of those. and. He's also reminds me a lot. In many ways of someone like miles Davis in the sense that. He, he felt like he had to repeat himself. Like you can go and talk to Bowie Fan just like you can shock the miles. Davis fans and say Oh. I Love My. Next question is what area what area miles whatever. Backlash, love buy Yes. You Start for you into like low. Are you into the weird stuff you? Know. The pop stuff in the eighties. You know you know you know all that kind of for. You know and it just. I love the fact that he's one of those people I think he's incredibly influential to meeting. The sense of I think film composing is is a really fascinating profession, because it's never the same twice, right. And I think there's nothing really really empowering about the fact that every job is totally different like I. Walk Into Begin I. Don't know what to expect and hey. Can you do this and this and this I've never done that, but yeah. I'm down. Let's let's do it. You know that's. Something inspiring about those kinds of people as musicians as role you know. Oh absolutely yeah. He was amazing to listen to and enjoy all these years and. I was in the middle of that period when pretty much when he started in until the end. And what's your favorite Bowie? Then? What's what's your favorite Bowie? You know I. I like the fact that he you couldn't get him down. I mean he was doing. I liked the fact that. He got to a point, and he goes no more ziggy stardust. I'm done with Jake. And he moved on and. Young Americans he did. He did a fantastic aren via album. Yeah, and and he just he just kept going and then. One of my favorites is station to station album, which came out right after he did the man who fell to Earth, which was a really cool science fiction film that he resent you say, said the other one of those ones with which has a big brain. Fingerprint. It does it does. It certainly does but yeah. It's great and actually When I was in college Earl Slick..
"j hartman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"And then nine times out of ten I'll go home and my wife will say you do this every single time. Come back tomorrow you'll. You'll have a little something tomorrow and I'll spend another day and a few things. I have some things, but to kind of. Give her day then the day go. This is amazing. Of course it makes total sense figured it out. and I do that every single time, and I would think that I learned by now that it'll be there, but I still have that two days of. You know panic and fear. When you look at an screening, go, so the experimentation helps because even if you find something that isn't good for right now. Yeah, it might be something. That's interesting useful later. Absolutely. Somewhat. You're talking. It sounds like you don't have a home studio in my right on that I do not know I. Have a I have a studio space in West Los Angeles and I've been. In for the last three years, I had a prior space before that, but I've been in this facility space for about three. and. Now it's been a really I kinda need to separate the two to be honest. I think if I was near home all the time. I would drive family say, and so it helps to have that separation and drive over here, but in the time and then when I go home I'm kind how you know. Everybody's different. A lot of the composer's lately. I've talked to the last two years. Really have home studios and the problem with that is that you know sometimes you're in there till three or four am in the morning, you. Know working, and and you don't stop, so you forget you lose track of time, so yeah, yeah I I'm one of these people that. I can only have so many things like in front of me at any given time, so if I I I kind of joked that I have to hype, so I have my ex wife, and then I have my music editor..
"j hartman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"All right well. What are these guys sound like? We have these aliens like what they look like. But what kind of music is appropriate for them? It's kind of been like a developing kind of conversation as we've worked through different projects with Again it tends to be fairly large. It definitely has a heavy kind of Retro Analogue Synthesis Element to it but also has you know giant orchestral elements. We did their production logo in December, and we had a ninety piece, orchestra and Choir at Air Studios in London and I didn't realize it at the time, but apparently was the largest percussion recording session in London, all of London in two thousand nineteen. So. And and the funny thing. Is that often when you talk to them in the company? Be like could be bigger. Even even bigger you know like this, this large is. You can get an olive London, but. Yeah, let me work on that and you know it just has this kind of epic gigantic sense of you know like world building? You know almost like Lord, like as if it's a real place, even even though. Fictitious place it feels like it's got the weight of you know. Those kinds of big moments in history to it. When are we take a short break or talking to Jonathan? Hartman and about his music and some of the projects he's working. We'll be right back. Hey. This is Eric in from the forty, four hundred and eighty eight minutes, and you're listening to Sifi talk back with Jonathan. Hartman Johnny to here. You know I gotta ask You Maybe it's too early, but. Bogey and bacall that sounds like because I'm a huge fan of both of them. You know that's that's one of these projects that you still have to touch the on my wishlist so. Years ago they had approached me on that and part of that was I worked on another film actually associated with Humphrey Bogart's state. That was Kinda my first introduction to some of those people and the producer on that kind of approach me on that, and also because I've done a lot of jazz. Jazz musician before I was a film composer. She really kind of felt like. I could kind of do the music of that period. Really authentically. Yeah, there's something that's kind of stayed in development for long time. Maybe every four months, or so I'll send up a flare and I. You know. What's going on? I generally do hope that that happens. Because I think it'd be a beautiful period picture. That logan per call has like one of the classics. Kinda love stories of Hollywood, that absolutely amazing to see screen. Oh Yeah I would love to see that. So to compose when you sit down to write. Is there a particular interest yet? You like to go to or do you just. You know either just write it out or get your IPAD and start. Writing that way, sure I have a bit of a hybrid approach so I think one of the things that's Kinda unique about my approach with music that. I'm old enough that I grew up in an analog world. The one. And and that that kind of presents this kind of weird kind of working. Kind of process for me wherein I will typically start. I was a woodwind player originally saxophone, but ultimately started thanks. And I will. Kinda work out initial themes, it literally old fashioned pen and paper, and start sketching out initial themes and ideas, and then from that point once. I kind of a sense of what works it makes sense structurally in harmonic Louis and melodic..
"j hartman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Workshop's him forty thousand. And for those that may not be familiar with it. They've existed for about forty years now. And they it's started at a table. Compliment it, so this is a table talking with like miniatures and stuff like that. And over the decades they've developed this massive her university of different characters and settings and factions and Good guys and aliens and bad guys, and all sorts of creatures and robots, and all these kinds of things like. This is very rich universe and I would go as far to say it's the largest untapped it in the world. That hasn't had a move your TV show that for you know unlike marvel or star wars or other kinds of things June right. They've done another video games over the years. We've kind of third party companies, but as they've been kind of developing getting bigger and bigger kind of realized like it was time to start creating their own media, and there was some people in the company who? Founded like immediate division within the Games workshop as a company and. This is the first effort coming out from that. In terms of an animated series it is I would say a little bit fan centric in terms of if you're familiar with the space brings in the war hammer, forty thousand universe, and they're kind of adventures. Definitely kind of play to that. It's definitely not necessarily like kid animated series. It's pretty intense most I guess that's one of the things I really find interesting about the universe that makes different. It's like heavily heavily distorted science fiction universe. It's not utopic in any way, so it's not star Trek. It's not Sarah Wars. Right kind of like a a world forty thousand years in the future where human are kind of? Dearly holding on, and they've established this kind of in many ways for us. It kind of politics and Society in order to just keep things together, and they're constantly besieged on all fronts by aliens, people that kind of destroyed. All of what's left of humanity. And, so it always has a sense of very high stakes truly wide-ranging. You know a billion worlds at war at all times kind of situation, so there's no kind of like casual version of it, you know. It's definitely kind of monstrously huge. You know kitchen sink of of a of a university play around with us, and so this is the first effort to Kinda. Show some characters from that world you know. Doing Stuff. Musically! How do you approach something like that? Yeah it's with trepidation. A Lotta jeopardize. I the first part is that I've been a fan, a massive massive sand of war hammer since I was a kid. Young I was more than familiar with that I joke that. My relationship with more hammer went from fan. To superfan to friend, company man, and so years ago I, became friends with a lot of the designers and sculptors in the company, Patriot artists and so forth. And so by the time I had actually been asked coach to to do this while I didn't necessarily know what it sounded like I definitely know knew what felt like to me like what the tone of it was. That started like a wealth of conversations. Bowman Modine. Who is a producer and director on this Richard? Boiling a producer director on the and then the main core kind of design team at war hammer you know who run the media departments, you know we work really really closely with a lot of the people who designed the miniatures and create the sculpture and create the paintings, and so they'll be a lot of like very intensive conversations.
"j hartman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Kind of dramatic pieces, and then on the flip side to that it definitely had a little bit of like you know the ghost of the week or the creature of the week or the supernatural element of week, and so we had a lot of you know kind of mistress, mystery, music, and things you know for fights and exciting adventure kind of aspects with that. I feel like it was a little too short I wish we would have the second season because I know that everyone on the show was really pumped about the idea doing especially their Gordon. WHO's the head executives are? He was like I think in many ways are big champion with the network on that show, and yeah would have been colds do more. And Mario was great to work these cool. No, he is very cool. It's funny because Demetria, mckinney who played? Police officer on the series is now on. Motherland floored. Salem so. She's moved on, but she was. She was a great character, and she stood out to me and just a really good idea for a series and I. We we've seen shows like that, but never with African Americans and just added a whole nother layer to yeah especially. Yeah that's see. This is the thing that I think sat in. It was was kind of interesting about that. Show that. Again not to be Belabor, the point about feeling misgivings about ending early, but. I definitely feel like. We all were very conscientious that the fact that this was like a family drama about an African American family who was incredibly grounded and was really turn with each other, loved each other with their had each other's back some and what happens, and then there was a supernatural eventual on top of that, but I think we all always conceived of the show is being like like family story. That had those other elements as opposed to being like a super natural show. Right where you know and. I think there was something in them as maybe a little bit lost. You know obviously I. Just go to the music. You never know how it's going to go. In terms of how that shows marketed, but I feel like I've noticed that in the years since I came out a lot of people have come to the and like found shelter after the facts on who are on Amazon. I'm always really struck by how many people were deeply affected by that work it was it was a cool show and I. Kinda secretly hope that made me day. Where does the version of it comes back, you know. You never know you never know hopefully. I have my fingers crossed. Odd Tell us about the angel of Death Angels of Death I should say sure over to like no. So interrupt death is an animated series for games..
"j hartman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"You know I was like politely badgering them. Like what am I going to see what I'm going to see when we do the type one can we do? Have this week next week. I think they almost got to the point. Where were a little bit like enough already? Okay? Okay okay. And then when I finally got it, I was just so excited by the opening title sequence for those who haven't seen it because I understand why not you know a speaking years Brazil visual medium, but the opening titles have just these flying series of images that are just like different snippets from the dark web and news articles and stories about all these kind that are going on in the world. Flying by in this incredibly fast paced, exciting kind of digital way kind of percolating all time. I remember the first time I saw like Oh. Yeah, this whole thing just has to have a sense of Ford momentum and mystery to it, and you know like like it has to Kinda like sell a promise of sorts that like hang in there. GonNa Really love which get you know like if you're like the first seconds of show like. Stick with us, you know, don't change the channel. This is awesome you know and that was. That was really fun now. When you get episode, I guess you work with producers a little bit to to kind of get direction as to direction they will. Yes. There were a lot of conversations early on even in the earliest footage before they even had you know let's say fully edited versions like rough assemblies and stuff like that. And in the dark web there was certainly a lot of conversations about kind of tone and to me. That shows tone was really one that was defined by. Kind of my love of like classically John Carpenter films in Kansas. And This kind of unsettling things like they live or the staying. Sensibility I always loved that stuff. You know as a kid. Yeah Yeah I love the thing just actually watched he recently again. Even our holds really cool way. L. Absolu absolutely. And, actually! The second chapter to guard a famous line from the movie, too. I got also credit you for working on superstition with Mr Mario Van peebles Yay. Really had high hopes for that because I thought that was cool. Yeah, he's one of these shows that I agree with you. Yeah I. I really loved doing that show and that was show was a really important wants to me because it was like the first show I. Did that was like on a regular episodic cable kind of scheduled release on my own name? You know when I was in guy. Yeah, that was definitely one of those things where all the producers on that show Jolt Hossan. WHO's the show runner and? Head, producer, he and I were course for a long time, and he had first approached me on that show and the whole concept and. To this day I think that the show could have had legs headed gone another season. Idea that. Here's a Guy Marlene People's plays a guy who's like. Essentially I'm going to spoiler. Alert Distance I. It's been. It's been three years since it was on, but you know essentially immortal and I think one of the things I was always really fascinating from a musical perspective is China right some very music about a guy who is essentially made a decision that he's going to stay? Fully engaged with the world is going to raise families. He's GonNa Fall in love, and he does so knowing that all those people that he loves her. Always GonNa lost a guy before he does because he's GonNa outlive all of them and yet he's still choice. And so there was a lot of great character. Studies pieces and moments in that show that we got to do these kind of Hartselle..
"j hartman" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
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"Podcast. If you are regular listener you probably know that. We started out with very old newspaper clippings with crimes that are very similar to the one that we just covered however today we are going to start out with one from nineteen ninety eight and it is about Phil Hartmann. We will move back in time and cover other crimes that are similar to this. So the May twenty-ninth nine hundred ninety eight just happened. Wife reportedly kills actor Phil Hartman. This is from Hollywood. It just doesn't Make Sense said actor Steve Gutenberg Who Like The and pee wee. Herman got his show. Business break with the Los Angeles Comedy Troupe. The groundlings whenever I saw Phil and his wife they were always happy. Both of them were always giving kind any of the other. Details are none of my business. Phil Hartmann joined the Saturday night. Live cast in nineteen eighty six that then included Jon Lovitz. Dennis Miller and Dana Carvey in his eight seasons. He didn't impersonations of upwards of seventy famous people. Including Ed McMahon. Bill Clinton Jimmy Swaggart Phil Donahue and Frank Sinatra Phil Hartman's. Death is the latest in a string of tragedies to strike Saturday night live alumni. John Belushi. Who went from the original nineteen seventy five cast to stardom in movies? Such as animal house died of a drug overdose at the age of thirty three in nineteen. Eighty two GILDA radner. A fellow cast member died of ovarian cancer in nineteen eighty nine at age. Forty two Chris Farley who appeared on the show in the nineteen nineties and in the movie Tommy boy died of a drug overdose in December at age. Thirty three several years ago after he left a sketch comedy show. Brynn Hartman said we have more of a normal lifestyle now. Phil was blessed with a tremendous gift for creating characters that made people laugh said donal Heimer West. Coast President of NBC. But more importantly everyone who had the pleasure of working with Phil knows that he was a man of tremendous warmth a true professional and a loyal friend. Who will be deeply missed born Philip Edward Hartman in Ontario Canada Hartman was one in a line of Canadian born Comedians to find success in the United States including the late John Candy and SNL veteran. Dan ackroyd unlike them Phil. Hartmann grew up in America. I in Connecticut then in southern California at Westchester High School on Los Angeles Westside. He was the class clown already doing impersonations of John Wayne Jack Benny and Lyndon Johnson after high school. He studied art and wound up in graphic design. Doing album covers for rock bands. Drawn to stand up comedy Phil Apartment in Nineteen. Seventy five joined the groundlings in Los Angeles. The next one is back almost one hundred years ago April Twenty Eighth Nineteen Twenty seven and it is Hollywood. California wife kills movie actor mate as climax to wild. Jin Party breaking under hours of continual questioning. Mrs Sarah. Carrick film double confessed to police here Wednesday night that she shot and killed her husband. Tom Carrick motion picture. Actor of Western rolls. Her confession mumbled and partly incoherent claimed that revolver she had in her hand was discharged accidentally. When Mrs Anita Isabelle a member of the alleged drinking party in character department attempted to wrest the gun from her hands shot during the Party. Mrs Carrick was booked on a charge of suspicion of murder and four other parties to the shooting were held as material witnesses. Carrick former cowboy of Wyoming was shot to death Wednesday morning during what police termed one of Hollywood's wildest and loudest parties. All those held confessed drinking and understand Back then prohibition was going on it was from nineteen twenty to nineteen thirty. Three and drinking alcohol was illegal. So all of these people confess to drinking and it says in the I will continue in the paper it says and it was not until fourteen hours after the slaying that statements could be obtained from any of them. Mrs Carrick herself did not know. Her husband was dead until police broke the news to her hours after she had been arrested. She admitted however she had gone after a gun to shoot him when she found him in a bedroom with another woman of the party she asserted the gun was discharged accidentally when Mrs Anita Isabel attempted to take it from her in addition to Mrs Carrick those held were Henry and Anita is a bill and Iris Burns all motion picture. Extra workers and Joe Hunt Ms Burns was the alleged recipient of the advances said to have induced the shooting. The next one is actor slaves wife then kill self and this is August six nine thousand nine hundred twenty eight Hollywood California a fifteen year old Vaudeville partnership between husband and wife was broken here today as a tragedy which police called a case of murder and attempted suicide. Jack would vaudeville tricks shoot artist shot and killed his wife. Mrs Nelly would with the rifle he used on the stage. He then turned the gun upon himself. Physician said he probably would not recover a daughter of MRS would by a former marriage witnessed the shooting. Police were told that dissension arose between the partners after the woods had left the vaudeville circuits and attained only moderate success in motion pictures here and I think that is the well. The here's the last. One is a weird one to June sixteenth. Nineteen twenty nine wife. Kills actor fails at suicide? When Frank Helms? Twenty nine retired song and dance man told his wife former Vaudeville Trooper. He would have to sell her trained pony for funds. She shot and killed him at their cottage home near here today then. She leaned over his body and whispered goodbye old. Boy I'm going with you and pulled the trigger of the gun. Placed NEAR HER HEART. It was empty. She surrendered to officers was held on a murder charge. And that's it for today. Please remember to hit subscribed so that you don't miss any episodes it's free to subscribe And please do remember to give us a good review if they have it in your heart to do so I would appreciate it and as always please be safe..