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The battle over the Line 3 oil pipeline expansion in Minnesota

Native America Calling

01:50 min | 6 months ago

The battle over the Line 3 oil pipeline expansion in Minnesota

"One of president biden's first moves office was to counsel the keystone. Xl pipeline indigenous. Environmental groups are calling on him to do the same for line. Three in northern minnesota lindsey weber reports. Tanya abed is a member of the mill x band of ojibway from east lake minnesota. When i spoke with her recently she was on day. Twenty one of thirty eight day hunger strike. She's protesting against the line. Three pipeline replacement project after years of undergoing minnesota's environmental review process. The canadian energy corporation and bridge began construction on the project. In december and bridge received its final permit from the minnesota pollution. Control agency at the end of twenty twenty. The pipeline replacement project will pass through two hundred lakes and streams seventy eight miles of wetlands and land belonging to the minnesota nisha knob people according to an eighteen fifty five treaty op says. She's protesting to uphold that law. Embryos has not has not received a permit from doj boy warrior society. They are lacking that and this right here right now. That's one on isn't illegal illegal. Construction the movement against line three ramped up as bridge started constructing the pipeline last year since then anti pipeline activists known as water protectors have held regular demonstrations. They've also been regularly arrested. Rbm been at a few incidents where people have been arrested. That's winona la duke. She's an indigenous activist from the white earth band of ojibway. She's also a founder of the environmental organization. Honor the earth. She's facing six separate charges for participating in direct actions and protests. Over one hundred and seventy water protectors have been arrested. The duke says it's unjust.

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"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Of these nominees. Go on to go. All I three. Nominees made it. Into other guys were ignored by the glows. You couldn't pay me anything to watch these movies in a row. This is the worst movie marathon these movies. Good movie. Like a couple of the movies yeah, I would say by and large. These were hits. There's one kind of Oscar. If there's a couple of Oscar I don't know there's really only two hits in here actually Dana. Okay all right all right, so here are some. Me One of them is it's like a big adventure movie. A huge action hit from nineteen ninety eight. And it's actually good job on the gloves for nominating this performance, a great performance, and it sort of underrated although I feel like now. Everyone's talking about this movie again fun movie. Zora, that's right. That's okay. Who is an actor twos an actor. We talked about extensively just now. He's multiple Nora ephron movies and sort of weird that the Oscar snubbed him. A big active performance from him playing a basically playing a real guy. In verses is Travolta. In. Eighty eight. Oh, it's a big. Yeah Wow okay, okay, so that's three is. One of the huge comedy stars of the nineties in massive hit. It just happens to be a terrible movie. Is, it another Jim. Carey Movie No. It's a big comedy stars. And it has to be terrible and I'm close terrible movie, and but it was a huge hit Ja-. It's terrible movie. It's a huge hit. WAS COMEDIES came out? Of TV? Yes, I mean, and this was definitely being positioned as an Oscar movie. It fucking sucked. But it wasn't a huge hit. It made one hundred million dollars. Chatham's. Robin Williams okay. Okay four is one of the most famous movie stars of all time in a movie that he made I believe it got a screenplay nomination. Eventually, the movie was kind of. It's absolutely demented yes. Yeah it is number. Five is the winner. The winner I can't believe he won for this. Everyone's everyone's favorite movie from one thousand nine hundred. That was like you know it's. It's a British film. It's in that British film zone of the ninety s where they you know I. Feel like once a year Weinstein or some fucking. Weinstein pretender would get his hands on some inspirational British film and just cram it down. Everyone's throats be like you'll never. You won't believe how. Charming. This is surround. I remember. This is one of the. Conic, this is like the movie that in your local newspaper would somehow get like three quarters of the page, and it would be covered in quotes and stars, and you'd be like I've never heard of this, and this is only playing at one theater in my city this is it the guy from waking ned? Devine no I mean fair guest, but that would be more charming. Same. This guy was in this movie. I've seen this movie. I could name like several other actors in. He's a famous.

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"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Thank you I've been waiting so long to rights to that status in your is. Your your regular Stan. Oh No. My roommate just turned on the air conditioner. See you later. Can I offer my take on this movie. Yes. I want nothing more for how much I feel like not on movies are sort of quoted shorthanded, being like the most generic prototypical like it well executed, but it's like Oh. You know that type of like Rom Com. Thanks Ryan movies which are seen as the big ones are both weirdly experimental in their approach to Iran. COM CA sleepless in Seattle obviously like. Can you create a wrong com with chemistry between the two actors without them ever actually communicating until the last year? And then this feels like an opposite test, which is like they're in the movie a lot together, but. What you guys were sort of talking about. The Hank's character is so much more of an asshole than you're used to this character being and the Meg Ryan characters so much sadder than you're used to this character in any sort of like oil and Water Rom com like this where it's like earning tracy a fighting fighting the fight until they realized they have to be together movie. That's pretty much always. Always. The dynamic like one is always a little side. Flinty in one is always a little, sad and lonely, and ultimately they realized they have to be together and this movie is her pushing those two things to their furthest extremes that she can. Because you have this narrative conceit in the middle, which is in the email exchanges they can just be. Your wrong countless like in the scenes where they're not actually together, they can be the most romantic the most charming cross cutting in different rooms. So that allows you to be like we're going to actually investigate like the sadness of a manic pixie dream girl. She no longer becomes that and. Horrible, qualities. Confident, like man with a quick ready at all times until he no longer becomes a good. Yeah I. Just saying there's something about you saying this wasn't the way that Rom. coms were typically then but I think Nora. Ephron she made now going forward. Wrong calms are the way that Nora and made them like she changed the now we all think of now. Every rahm comments sleepless as is. My God is. So low. Yes. Yes, that's that's kind of what I was going to say. It's like I think there's been so much. For the past ten plus years, there has been bubbling narrative of like man I wish we had Rom coms again unlike unpacking that unpacking that. Tear another two hours and it's it's its own mess, but I think speaking for myself because I felt the same way for a long time, but then I think it was like a few times ago, I watched. You've got mail a few times a year and it was maybe maybe a year or two ago I was watching it and I was like. Wait a second. I know Miss. Rom coms I Miss Nora Ephron Rom. COMS I missed like. Three or four you know like, of course these aren't going to come back because she's dead. And this was a very specific time and place like it's not that I missed the ROM. com I miss this specific thing and guess what I can watch it whenever the fuck I want and I think the close, which is why I think the Brom. Come that I think is my favorite since you've got mail. Is Probably Enough said which I think. Captures dynamic pretty closely. In that you have this person like these people who are being deceitful and people who are being really really messy because they are in love, people who have to deal with their own personal ship before they can deal what other another person Shit! And that's part of it, but it's like. I Miss Nora. Ephron I miss. You've got mail. It's missed the general concept of Iraq. Mom I missed the way these people talk and I missed the way. These people like I think there's also the the missing the Rom Com thing is also just the loss of like a mid tier. move by lives of like. I always think of it. Rom Com. It's just like what's a movie that cost X. amount of money. That's not a huge up superhero, or indeed or cheap..

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Their pitcher. Six Tuesday It's so cute and it does. It really pushes the neighborhood thing that you would run into say bars like very likely and I think a lot of people do run into people. They know Zeh bars. That's not unusual and so like the fact that they run into each other is not. One of those Rom Com meet keeping. It feels like a real situation that she's already. She's already set it up so that you believe that which I like a lot that these would keep running into each other and then kind of. Run into each other on purpose these Ramirez nowhere you say bobby. Say Sara Ramirez is like the her. Her best moment is whenever she's goes from smiling, being charmed by Tom Hanks to being like completely like despising of Meg Ryan that that facial transition is always hilarious, was the first movie ever to shoot at xay bars, which is crazy because it feels like everyone should have been using this location for thirty years, but. The other thing is they would only give them one night to shoot it, and it was like inbetween operation hours so. They filmed the entire thing from like ten PM until five am. And Hanks consummate pro. He is mayor of Hollywood. Nearly kept on getting on the bars PA system wish us to announce like which items are special deals. To entertain all the extras and keep spirits aisling four coffey. The one that that Ephron quoted, which is to charming the handle. Is He apparently got? And went. Giant. Shoppers Sabz wants to announce. That Meg Ryan is appetizing. Major, Ryan is appetizing. What a what an Angel To the shoe is might drop, that's how good he is. The shoe is about to drop I worry. Every day of my life I also feel like this is. To me, this seems like such an accurate representation of Tom as a person like he's A. Rich and powerful man like he's an Asshole, the rich and powerful baby boomer man. He's an asshole. Of course, it could be snarky, but he's also a sweetie. This is the closest not that I know Tom Hanks, but like to me. This is how I sure him in real life. The typewriter, who is also like you want nothing more than to be friends with him like this is what I wanted to say about the bar scene. The what you're talking about essentially like she's in the line, she can't pick. She doesn't have cash. Okay, so she's pleading for to use her credit card Sarah. Emirates has given her. You know the hard line. Then Tom Hanks in does the same thing, and what's the message here because it's not like he's like you. Catch more flies with honey. She was being rude. She was doing the same thing which is just like look I'm sorry, what am I going to do? And the Tom Hanks just comes in in sort of man's SPLAINE's the exact same. He's like there's a credit card reader. And Sarah Mir's is like well. All right so is the idea is just like he's just automatically gets a pass because he's a rich charming guy. One hundred percent. Yes, I think I. think that's part of it and I also thank like the statement here is your casting Meg Ryan, who, at this point is still firmly America's sweetheart like? Alter America's sweetheart. She's like the cutest charming. We all Wanna be her. We want to be with her movie star in the nineties and Tom Hanks is sort of the male equivalent of that, but also he is objectively playing. The asshole in this movie is playing villain to the business conflict of. I think the point is. Because I'm thinking flashing the inverse of the bonfire of the vanities problem where he's supposed to be on savory in that movie, but. He's playing his most unsavory. They're still something charming and likable about Tom, hanks. CANNOT DIM and I. The point is it's not that he's being better to Ramirez. The Neck Reina's. It's like she's not being considerate. She's being very sincere and sort of like considerate in her earnest plea. Please just help me out the point. The movie needs to make this scene is. There's something undeniable about Tom Hanks even when he is going to be responsible for shutting down her business. Right he's come out and said about remember when there was that all that kind of weird press around him being like I don't play villains or like I'm not I don't. WanNa play a villain like I did, but I think it's also that like. The maybe he's not meant to play ability. He's not really good at playing a villain and a lot of directors and writers maybe know that when they're like looking for a Tom. Hanks vehicle harsh, also his biggest failure this big mistake. It's an actor. I think he took that L. Hard, and it's not about like. My reputation. It's I fundamentally. No, there's things the audience will not by me. Right but I think that's why. The Mister Rogers throw was so successful for him. Because if you it's more it, it's referenced in the movie. It's referenced a Beautiful Day in the neighborhood, but in the documentary. It's very explicit that like his children don't really like us. They had a terrible relationship. They had a lot of problems with him as a father like he kinda was an asshole to like so I think that thing where he asked to play a little bit of both, but ultimately charmer wins. Yes, thing that he does best movies incredible because it's tying the hanks persona to the Rogers. Yes, also. Maryelle Heller interviewer. She said I couldn't make sense of how to tackle this movie. And then I read the script, and I realized Mr Rogers is the antagonised off the hundred percent. With him being the villain, he is the obstruction that seen in beautiful in the neighborhood where he starts taking out the toys to talk to matthew, rees is like a horror scene. Like. Stop it I'm not into. Like Tom Hanks is the same character in our culture. as Mr Rogers is in people who Mr Rogers in their culture. He is this this iconic nice man, but he is unknowable listened, and there's a Hillary's field around him, and we everyone who knows him could say he's a great guy I. Know Him, but like you don't know him. No one will ever know him and that is. That's why that casting was so great, because it is like if when there's a movie made about Tom Hanks, maybe there is one day it will have to be the same time slowly structure Abrasive. WHO's GONNA play Hank's Ansel, elgort joking tone. No I think. I think you're right, and obviously hanks's very effective.

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"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Was like yes. Yes yes, to, and then he says. He's like Oh. I just love how immediately that doesn't work to think like, isn't it? The next scene birdies like. No No. No difference. No difference and then you basically just cutting to them at Stapleton's house. Where like well, the decision is no more store. It's too real. That is such a real thing, though like raising money for a cause and everyone getting fully around it, and getting so into it, and giving all their money, and it doesn't make a difference because a year later they're the same issue or nothing has changed. The economy hasn't changed like the situation hasn't changed, so it's just like. It is, it is actually a truly like a very compact lesson in that where it's like everyone's willing to rally around and does really care cannot focus their entire lives around saving this business that is no longer a business that can stay alive, and it's like ours are who's like I need to promote my book of course to do it at Fox books like that's more readers, right? There's a very earned. Earned cynicism and sort of lake, honest cynicism to the idea that S. oh, everyone loves the emotional idea. This store existing, but also everyone loves saving money on books and being able to get a coffee at the same time. As much as they're invested the idea of shop around the corner, they can opt turned on the convenience of Fox. Yeah, and just the idea that twenty two years on we miss borders. We love those Barnes and nobles that are still standing..

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"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"And she's in. Jabbour? A Weird Sandra bullock. Good Luck charm because she's in like two weeks. Notice as well I think. She is yeah, you know who also so. Good. I know you're tell. Jean Stapleton but yeah. Well they're both. Would you say equal? They're both giving equal. KYW's because. I because I'm lady Gaga. Conic Album chromatic came out last night. We did a listening party for our fans, and we were listening to Gaga. A star is born. The end I was thinking about a star is born and I. Then I saw was watching this and I was thinking Dave Chapelle look so good in stars is born just incredible. What a great actor! And this was his first one of his early movies I. I would say for sure this and half baked or the same year. Maybe okay, he's so natural like I, don't they kind of put them in a weird place as a character like he doesn't. He's not quite fluid, flushed out, but he still so able to say things like call her hot many times. Call her say that she's not a dog so many times, and somehow it's like it's weird, but it's not the worst. No and I think like look. This is an ultimate example of Ed. Thing I'm kind of obsessed with it I. always bring up. On this podcast where big a list movie star cast up and coming actor twenty years younger than them to play their best friend to make them seem a little more modern. Encourage new. Yes, yes, yes, but very often very often. It is a person of color to make. Yes, see the white a-list star feel a little more hip as well totally. They're used for that sort of like modern cachet. Brain, but he is so good in this that somehow you actually Kinda by their friends, and like we kind of by Tom. Hanks's character doesn't really have a lot of friends. Only close his assistant. Guy Doing destruction. That's why rights so it's almost like it's not crazy that he'd be like working out with him at. Or wherever they not equinoxes, Priya KSFO, whatever watching the TV, or something like it's not crazy, but I did like watching. This made me wish and I understand the thousand. The bigger crazier things happen his career, he. Adjusted accordingly but I wish. He were in more movies, even if it was just a role like this or roll like stars born, he is such a good actor, and he talks about I, think his inside the actors studio how he didn't just want to be a standup who would then appear in movies and just doing his routine hell, he was like taking acting classes when he was eighteen years old, because he recognized that the standards were best in movies had an acting background were just I'm funny on stage on know how to do this. and Dave Paul has genuine chemistry Frank Chemistry with Tom Hanks here. It's just he's funny. I mean he is a really fucking still there. And a part that's not actually demanding that much of him. I also get a sense that Tom Hanks is very good at creating friend chemistry almost any person he's. Definitely, part of it I do think being at Tom Hanks is about the best. It's quite easily like. It's believable that both Tom and Meg Ryan wouldn't really have that. Many friends has her has her boyfriend and she has her coworkers. Co Coworkers and Birdie Genus. Her mom's best friend along the. visit. She has nothing, so she made on her own. Yes, that's what this movie is kind of quietly about right? It's like even though her life is so cute and she's got this great place. It's like she is kind of living this. It's like who is this person like her apartment? She probably inherited when she says nope. Maybe nobody will remember me, but people remember my mom and they loved her. Do you like? Dat is the leakiest sentiment? Oh My fucking God. This is my whole take I was saying this to Griffin last night. You've been talking about going through this Macer he's. It's like the Big Nora. Hits are the movies that think of is more like these sort of like lovely, slightly sappy kind of like. You know you know sleepless in Seattle. You've got mail Juliet Juliet right like. The right people to find each other what people think of as. From movies when they? Bomb, or the ones where she tries to go kind of acidic and like mixed nuts look. Over which you know, the ones that are closer to her writing as a humorist I mean the stuff that she owns right. This is kind of. I think the salty sweet movie. Of Be aware that these characters are all a little sad and like that the ending is nice. Sure they together, I, you know had hoped it would be you but like. Like I don't know it just feels like something sort of dying in this and there's there's a harder edge to their fighting than I remembered there being. A jerk shoot. He's an. Right yes, yeah, he's a total asshole. When he humiliates her like when he goes into the cafe and she's waiting and she just he just rips into her. Like that is probably the for listening. You could do to somebody. I could see. That's unforgivable in a way. You know it's why the ending is I. Mean Yeah, the ending. Is You got your your beautiful summer of the Rainbow covering happening? But she. Breaks down into tears because she's like Oh my God. You were so mean to me and I knew I wanted it to be you. I wanted it to you so badly, but you're such an like. It's sad. She's remembering all of these things like she's. Put a magnifying glass over like the sadness of her life. Yes, and she's like I mean. Thank God I have this. Happy Ending, but Oh my God. What a terrible reject! There's a version where she's like. We'll wait a second. Wait a second, so you stood up and then came and visited me to torment me like we just I'm sorry. Can we go through a couple of events before we kiss rake? She's crying, not because it's Himba because she wanted to be. talked. About being. Each other yeah, and think about the the kind of the the through line about niceness and meanness. It's like he's to mean. She's tuned Nice like teaching her to be mean and teaching him to be nice, and like like. How do we meet in the middle? But ultimately when they're both mean it's like it's not actually that Q. Like no one is really doing meanness in like the way that they think they're doing meanness. I think like hers. Snag, her clap, Bax, or like even worse than his original meanness in a way like I don't know especially because of the types of people they are, which is kind of both a little. Wanted to be like you know like in sleepless in Seattle I'm such a I wanNA. Play this as a little more of a jerk like. My read on this guy. I hope I think so we're going to. His hurdle to being mean as big, he has to really try. To be mean. Ten years later retrospective thing they talk a lot about the cafe lalo scene, which they're pretty much only three scenes in this movie because it really uses shop around the corner and play was based on and to later versions the musical and movie musical. It pretty much just use that as a springboard, it takes a lot of. New Directions from it, but there's three scenes that exists almost verbatim in all three movie versions, which are the seen with a friend, the Dacia Palestine..

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"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"It's picks what. What are we doing here still John? Please finger I was trying to find the. Oh here we go Lindsey Weber. I was I was GonNa say thank you for being a listener. Who Weekly. It's the best to have your the best. The two of you campaigning for Ricky weaponising. The WHO weekly Army. Yep sorry gave us the gift of many months of Demi we'll do many months of demi which has been an incredibly pleasant. It's been fantastic. Highly enjoyed fans demand back. Just no question then. Our fans are going to jump on it and we'll come back for what's the worst movie that we could well next time. You do a poll. Let us know only artist movie on the bowl. Alerts on your on your twitter way. All I never miss a tweet from I feel like I wanna when we finished recording. Show Bobby and Lindsey who is on the list right now and see who their pick would be. I'd be curious okay. So let's finish regarding the all right or listeners. What is good boys asked me last year. The upside is a comedy which I think is kind. It's unfair I haven't seen it's more of a drum that's unfair but right in twenty seven million two hundred million dollars you're forget you go. Serve is actually not the last hundred million gross. There's one after getting the daddy came home again. He came home to Daddy. Came to meet a lot of money. Made a lot of money one. Oh One wow was. It Will Ferrell in his job. Well we call the quad classic quad comes home to Farrell Walberg. Gipson with go ever melt. Rushmore comedy if ever commerce deserve good movies that we are not. We don't deserve good movies. It's shocking that we get any emily. Your sheet is review of Daddy's home. Two is a perfect perfect piece of writing but she just talks about like. I know I'm not supposed to review the phenomenon surrounding a movie but I need just review what it's like watching an audience watched home two If ever comedy sequel demanded a Comma. Te'o and didn't get it. It was daddy's home. He's home to all right. We're yeah thank you for listening. Please view subscribe thanks to Angela for Gudo for social media jawbone rounds for our artwork Go to blink is I read it. Dot Com for some real nerdy shits were thrown out. Low Bonus will decide what is later because we're recording this foreign advanced. But we'll give you our final demi thoughts and our rankings in that bonus episode which will come out the Thursday and we can announce this now. I guess we can next miniseries shit right. I mean well okay. Let me just say next week we're going to do? It's our next week. Is Our fifth anniversary special. Oh that's true five years old five years old. Where are we now see that too? I assume we'll discuss it okay. Fine Jesus something we'll look. Let's just announce thanks may series and something will come out next week. I think we should announce the next many series. We're doing George Miller that's right. Yes loo- was he. The number two three four five six. You just decided we decide. Okay love but he was number two in in the last you feel it felt like A. I'm sorry eight films Gentleman's eight and it has to be it's eight eight eight. Four of them are madman similar. Happy feats this cannot be eight. Oh no I'm sorry I'm it's nine. I was missing the special episode. Sa- Anyway it's a babe sequel to happy feet four Madison Lorenzo's oil which has eastwick. What a fucking weird filmography. Very excited to get into it. And what are we doing for? The fifth anniversary will know by the time you listen to the way I figure that anyway..

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Her number one fan like I get it but also it does it also. I'm like commute ten more minutes or none of this like I'm not sure especially three is just about. Sebastian stands wedding like the thing. That's kind of striking when the movie is set up on like a a suicide attempt by her daughter calls a woman back home to the children. Abandoned Act one is all about her relationship with that child and Sebastian Sand and the other son are just kind of like only there for the dinner scene and they don't even want to engage with her then act to his her back home she does not speak to grace gummer between fuck. I did it again. She's not speak to Mamie. Gummer God all even notice at between when j law and she gets in the cab and walk on which point like forty. Five minutes have elapsed. We've also her character gets dropped but then when she's going to walk down the aisle as I mean I wish they maybe could have ended with a fight between her and maybe you know that tension and then she doesn't talk to her because is sort of for giving her work okay with her soldier so hugs. Thank you for coming. I really appreciate it. Why would you just go home without any type of fight? Yeah we're the I mean you said is. This movie edited weird. Like what's the deal with this movie as and and it makes me think like dropped not to not to give to give Diablo Code Atlanta interview tape the movie she has has this. You know this catalog of movies that if not explorer depression and mental illness pretty indepth like. Let's say totally again but like it stands to reason that this movie was more about Mamie being suicidal and the effects of like depression on this family and like her specifically coming and the conversation between Audra McDonald has this very knowing assessment of how treatment for depression works. And once you get that across. It's it's clearly trying to make a statement and led its audience under like. Let them know that it understands mental illness and yet it kind of just stops being about half. It's lacking specificity. Something was cut out or things were changed like I would like to see what this movie was originally was because I have a feeling it was something or at the very least just like sanded off too much. You know like it feels just a little too smooth and shiny said that. She based on her mother-in-law Rate Springfield swings. Cody sort of thing that like net. She never had inner wildest dreams. Meryl Streep wasn't in this movie got attached writings had to change right. So it's like she has not been writing. Sorry I'm fucking microphone theory. Goes I really? You're really silent over there. Freestyle my microphone on my. It is a movie where as you said David that it is based on her mother-in-law that her mother-in-law is part of a bar band that she would watch her play and go like I've never seen a movie about this person. This person deserves to be a movie and it stands to reason yeah. I think she mother-in-law did not abandon her child because her husband has a good really of anything she said is and as we've already talked about is that she was inspired by that as she's my mother herself and she works in the movie industry and like the standard double standard should perceived like men with kids. Yeah in the movie industry or you know they just jet off to wherever they're making their movie and they don't believe they're made about a man trying to decide between his love of his work and his love is you know and of course if Diablo goes off to make a movie and she can't see kids as much everyone would it be like Jane. She's hit it home ranking or whatever. She wanted to write about that. But to your point Lindsey. Like in wild rose. You know this woman's got the goods when she comes on stage. It is so clear to you. She has the events without holy. Shit pure talent this woman just but also find. The right person doesn't start singing until like twenty five minutes movie and we've seen that she's in jail so we get like she is genuinely huge. Fuck up yeah who you know blew it. You Watch the first twenty minutes of the movie and you're like this seems like the behavior of a delusional person that's ever GonNa make it. We don't know rain on it. Yeah the reveal of being really good. Yeah works so well in that movie and there's something like conceptually to the idea of. She's a leading a Bar Band. That mostly does cover. She's not even a songwriter. But you get the sense of what it gives her like how much she loves doing it where it's so clear that she cannot avoid. This is my friend Peter Jackson on the table. It is one of those like I fully believe holly not knowing how to use the microphone. How you believe the character. I don't usually use the much. Louder has the forty five minutes of this episode but tenure okay. Who's at the door take charge? I'm sorry could you repeat that? I'm looking for Richard Reid charts. Oh It's a marvel villain Dr do right right right. Lord of very. Oh yes sorry muffled. I'm wearing a Basque came. This is great High Reed Richards. Not here sorry this is blank check Griffin and David boy. What are you looking at Chad about? I've heard rumors that Reed Richards. Sure mister fantastic himself a man. 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"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Herald racing's Irishman Technology. We have it use it. Mr To resurrect him goes all right. The customer gets please hello everybody. My Name's Griffin Newman names Davidson. Is this blank. Check with Griffin David. I'm Griffin Newman. David sales this is a podcast about filmography and I'm Griffin David Sims over here director show massive success early on their crews to give us your checks make whatever crazy passionate practically want sometimes those checks clear and sometimes they bounce baby. I'm Griffin Newman. And I'm Florence Pugh. I'm sorry Davidson. We are finishing our mini series. Jonathan Demme Yup. Yeah it's been It's been four months. Three longest filmography Burton was longer. It felt longer sure felt longer. There's no question about that. Britain was like flying by a black hole. Or whatever we're here like you know you. Exit THE BURDEN. Miniseries in your. Your children are grown. Timothy. Casey Affleck his voice got higher. How you doing miss you? That it's being used on Casey Affleck grownup. I'm sorry continue introduced. The meteors has been called. Stop Making podcasts. But WE WON'T WE WANT. We will continue today. We're talking about ricky in a flash. His last dramatic is less fiction yet. And we have to count to guests on the episode today and I was saying before you showed up. We have ricky and the flush flash both yesterday the superheroes. We have Ricky Martin and grant Guston here as guests on the show today today guessing on the show we have two wonderful people one returning guest one. I guess but I was saying before you arrived Because some of us were only seven minutes later it was. I believe nine minutes here on time by the way congratulate theory under sorry. That was literally. I'm really I'm sorry I feel horrible about it was talking about how unlikely a winner. Demi seemed to be in March Madness. Competition to pick the next miniseries and that a big thumb on the scales. Was these two guests vouching for Ricky. We really had to make our fans vote so I could get on this fucking podcast cooking. I mean look it worked and I think it was a big reason he won. I think we saw this major influx. There were a couple of people who were like. Hey you might think demi is some no name fool but you know he made a movie. We want to talk about the listeners. Love Philadelphia Cream Cheese Philadelphia. Elvia hobby finger Lindsey Weber. Who Weekly. Hi you're on the show by demand. Well I campaigning by self demand. Demi Levato so it's hard and weird Debbie repeatedly and I think I keep sharing. I'm sure she made some films. She's made some great films. What's the most Demi Levato movie movie? Once she was in a movie camera to Camp Rock. Did you turn of the Rock? Do like a non kids moving. Probably I don't remember. Maybe a bit role no. She didn't really hoping so she didn't really kind of weird that she never did like a Hudson. Well what I'll tell you this camp rock guys frigging Camp Rock three. Apparently I seem she was in three now. Also it's not it hasn't come out yet. Trump says what does it say. How Dare You Dr? It says plot kept up which is like so grammatically incorrect. Rob.

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Camila McConaughey is on the Today Show Talking About Eating Placenta

Who? Weekly

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Camila McConaughey is on the Today Show Talking About Eating Placenta

"To the podcast wheel and everything you need to know about the celebrities. You don't. I'm Bobby Finger. I'm Lindsey Weber. Here's a quick call about Camilo Laconic. Hey let's just listen islands bobby Longtown on time I'm calling because I was watching the today show with my mom because I'm home for a bit. And there was a cooking segment with Camille McConnell. Hey who is backing kind of his wife. And at one point They had a shot of all the today. Show host eating her food and she misspoke and said that it had placenta and it and it was shocking. Okay good on orange by not all that interesting but there are a few things that I wanNA point down here number one Camilla Alvis which which is how. I've always known her. I said to you I was like her. MOCATTA has never been her last name. It's so confusing to hear her referred to as Camilla Makaay because as far as I my new professionally and she changed her name obviously but I thought she still went by Kimmel Alvis professionally. But apparently she doesn't anymore The the pattern like year something changed. Yeah something changed something changed. They've been married for eight years right along to be like ooh. This woman is just like now being like okay. We'll try mcconaughey and see how it goes. Everyone calls her Camilla Alvez's like everyone does everyone who calls her calls her that. Correct me if I'm wrong but I you think leaning into mcconaughey as new thing for her. Anyway she's doing like life style blog. She's she's going hard on something. Yeah absolutely this is got to be new now but listen to this. This is a sign of how so I found the video of her on the today show. And yes she misspoke and she she mistakes and she calls it placenta. The castles passes like Ha what. She's Brazilian English. As a second language she misspoke. That's all this that part. Isn't that funny. This is the part of today. Show that kind of shook me here. We go all right this morning on today. Food were starting New Year off right with fun and healthy recipes that your entire family can enjoy better to help us out than Camille. McConnell runs runs out well who better to help us out with fun and easy recipes. Then Camilla Makaay was. Those are last humans tilted. I didn't know she either or at least I didn't know that she cooked professionally. In a way that she wants others to emulate I. Yeah I know about her. She's one zillion she's a model. She's married to Matthew McConnell. Hey and I thought what she did was mostly model slash like run his his charity with the charity And I know that charity is called Junkie Bloom. Jk Lynn. You know as we've talked

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"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Of this thing. Where your self talk actually helps you and I'm wondering if this is an example of that where it's like? I had to have an honest look in the mirror. Yeah and then I came up the other side. and that's like the horns to be like the praise. Oh Ooh like you've arrived maybe or perhaps it is just in the original Italian version since that is maybe about. But maybe this is the part that's like the tribute back to the original. The the reference back to the original. I'M GONNA look into it as a narrative contributor I like it I like yours like it comes out positive like at the end. It's like it. It's a happy happy scolding Gloria Gloria. You're fucking your Goddamn REC. Need Shit together. Yeah hard to get buck and take a break. And then she was like Oh okay and she's like you're what you're so right. You're so right man she. She walks out the door. Opens opens the door to her apartment and the chorus in their singing and she sinks. She shuts the door behind her and they continue to sing and the trumpets. Come in if there's one thing I want in this life it's to feel like when I leave room. People aren't continuing to talk about me. Positively not only that singing about me. The moral of this episode glorious slaps and be Nice to yourself and your friends. Yeah then tell them out loud yes honestly yes. It makes a big difference right. I think so I was like hey. Okay violate your shirt fucking rock. Thank you so much to strangers. Thank your own Mike at the store. I love doing that when you see somebody who your shirt exactly love you love that. Love the hat and like worst case scenario thanks and they suck but like I didn't hurt me I don't WanNa have you ever been like that when someone says something like you go from here I. It's on sale or if remotely attractive. I'm like me too or just triple over everything I own. Leave that to tripped on my own tongue. I Dunno it's possible. Little rolls out like a cartoon loved like a red carpet. Dick just rolled out like a red carpet. Dick shot out the ludicrous episode episode of this. podcast I listen to that and everybody. I know I think sometimes doing this. So listen to every episode and you haven't listened to a good amount of episodes out thank you. I really like you're doing it for me right now. I mean truly think like I really like this podcast. Thank you so much welcome I want to ask you now. What did you punch it up? And if so how the thing about this new format of you asking like if I want you to punch up of course I want you to punch it of course no i WanNa hear your version like I want to hear you sing it. I think this but I do kind of think the song as I think Demi was right after. We just did this. It's like I thought it was on punishable before but maybe like we'd find a thing to make it but now I'm like this is a perfect song. Okay here's a question. I think I know what I would do to the song. Yeah I'll just say it on. Yeah Fuck you're about to hear it anyway. Yeah I it would take a literal translation of the lyrics and just read you that version and do it better than the first I mean. I think if you did the Italian lyrics the thing is this is not a punch up at all this punch. What you could do is and you can't do this because you don't speak Italian but do the English lyrics back into a talent and give the Italian version? That's eight deserve. Mario I want you the do. Is Google translate these lyrics into Italian. Change it tomorrow and then give it to Italy and be like you deserve this. Oh my God you're making so much says the Italian however I am fully committed to offending Italians and then I could sing it potentially Umberto's key which would certainly be lenny's move. They'll be incredible to hear that about five minutes. Thank you so much. I cannot wait to hear that in five minutes. I'm realizing the flow of the podcasters. Scott taken away for me. So we're going to cut back into the she going to ask me. I've such a good one. Okay what's your punches. Yeah okay so for all my affair heads out there. One of the worst shows on television just ended this past week. It's called the affair. Okay have you heard of this show. I have heard the name. It's on showtime it's complete garbage. The season season woman's iconic and then it went fully downhill down the longest. Hell you could ever imagine it just ended and I've watched it forever and what's amazing about. This show is that it's always had one of the best theme songs it's this field apple song that she wrote specifically for this show Fiona yes. She doesn't do anything. She writes a song for this terrible show. It's incredible so so in the show. That's not the song that I'm actually referring to. But in the show they end on this wedding and one of the things that the wedding. Is this dance that the that this Shitty asshole father choreographed. Spur his daughter and the dance to the song. The whole of the moon by the waterboy which is a fucking banger. The show ends with the main character like aged fifty years. Here's so he's like a fake old man almost like those six flag got six flags and he walks up mountain me looks at the C.. And then it plays a Fiona apple cover of the whole of the moon..

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Back to the idea of playing this while going into therapy sailing right into the right through the door. What what a weird way to start a session but now I want to try? It's so good lake at home if anyone is lucky enough and can afford therapy can can you fucking try listening to this as you enter the recession. See how it feels how it changes. It changes the session. We're as you leave. No no no you need to come in with this energy. Absolutely you're gonNA leave with a different energy. Hopefully well if you need a pick me up obviously try it but we all know that formula. I'm curious to hear the take on the formula at least my formula which is so. How'd have you been? How are you going I don't know what did we talk last week Like I want to see if I listen to this friend. You're going to have a full smash that motherfucking. They're fucking door. And maybe that's why like the Italian version. You can listen to it and disassociate from the lyrics that come with the main like. I'm not thinking about like people not calling me back because in Italian Leeann it's like yeah it's just the actually the cop out version of the Laura Brannigan I think though pussies head to listen to the production slaps harder in the lower branding. I think so too. I think we're listening to it and really thinking about it. Granted they had three years of since technology data and just like the fact that the eighties really infused the song with the spirit needed. Okay okay. Here's the last chunk of the song if you're not thoroughly depressed you won't be a now. Oh my God Morris left the chats. Oh she's she took her valley of minutes ago. She's slowly slipping away. She's breathe for five into caper bag back. This little melody I say ecstatically talking about depression is like very modern. This doing this. This last part is very. It's it's like it's like is phrase clinkers. Ain't Julia here this bird. So maybe okay. I've heard rumors US slow. Fade Oh no no. I've heard rumors.

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Her screaming. Oh my God. Just the way that she's Elliot's is so good. Can you see this. It's so good. It's so good. It's I the sharpness of her voice. That's the thing it's such a choice. Yeah you could have a million technically proficient singers saying this but what would they sing it with the same fucking attitude now. Can you think of a singer like Laura Brannigan. May she rest in peace. Who would who would cover this with the same? Like kind of like sharp like without not just a belt like a really good sharp thoughtful. I can't even think of someone who has wow L- and the screen screech. WHO's like a like a rocker or something? Like somebody say I. It's hard for me to think of any white female artist. Good Point. Yeah but I think it's possible for sure it's just such a bad ass choice. I also hear her like shaking her head side to side while she doesn't like stumping so good. It's so good. It's a little concern for her throat but she seems like she knows what she's doing. I mean you. It's a sacrifice you have to make you know just just for Gloria. It's worth it. Just go nuts. What did she say? They know the alias. You've been living under right. I think they got your number on my God which is ironic because they never called her. Get it. That's the point amazing alias. You've been living under so she's reaffirming. They have every way of reaching out to you. They know everything about you. They know that you're faking. It see this is the first time I have the context of the rest of the song. Yeah because this is the only part I hear the lyrics to and I'm casually listening and this whole time. I've been like this woman's being stalked and this isn't funny any no and then you're like oh wait. It's actually not like actually she's just a loser. Yeah Yeah I think they have the alias that you've been living under which is like Gloria is not ought who she seems she's project she's also projecting they really have her number. She is a double entendre Harris. Everyone she's a fucking faker so sad uh-huh like me instantly during this like me apply myself. It's just not true. I think anyone who would listen to song to be like here. Parts themselves in it. It's like a universal self which part of Gloria delayed which part like. What do you think you're like a faker? Do you think you're not authentic. Do you think like he throwing herself. Do you think that like you're giving too much of yourself. Language play hard to get. It's such a crazy song. That's such a like succinct beautiful pop song to have so much like depth lexi. Yeah also to be a rewrite of what seems like a very shallow shallow Italian version of a girl. She so her leaves me. I'm GonNa Kiss her mouth. You'll find her now. We're GONNA get the second half of this. I don't know chorus repeat. Okay okay. Yes thank God she could be singing. She's letting it breathe the base but doesn't like what what is that. That's the repeat in.

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

08:48 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"With background vocals. Oh it's just the until we get to the words the Oh it's so sad. It's devastating misstating. My God it's interesting too that the Cynthia. I don't know what I wouldn't even dare to know. What instruments going? Yeah the kind of call response. It's playing here is about to be repeated. The same section but with background vocals. Amazing very interesting. Structurally we're starting it up for the callback doc. Exactly but also. Maybe it's because it's like a building of support like it's like we're starting. She's still in her own head. And then it's GonNa haven't maybe I'm uh-huh says absolutely saddest song. So she said Gloria. Don't you think you're falling if everybody wants you. Why isn't anybody calling my God so texting and give the same exact advice this has to be internal monologue now? It one hundred percents no world in which my friend is like having downtime. Downtime keep going after these guys who don't like me and I'm like yeah maybe it's you maybe you know. For right it's it's very harsh reserves fraternal me. It's very harsh. Those are conversations had behind closed doors. I mean my mouth it happened in my head very very harsh. And it's very like you're putting yourself out there in this like fake way or something. No one is connecting with you beyond and also like. Don't delude yourself into thinking everyone wants you. Obviously no no one does. Oh my God. It's so bleak. Have you really met anybody. Who's lonely and alone because to confident? I don't find like that ever happened in my life. I personally haven't but it's definitely a thing I feel like but doesn't that usually isn't that effective kind of like the you know you're at the center. Turn your your in a party. But you're alone or something you surround yourself with people who can't get like deep with you or something or you'll never get deeper than just like surface service level but those people leave the party under like everybody wants me. Yeah I talking about. LA VERSUS NEW YORK. This is like this is what New York people I think. La is like. Oh like. I mean I think that it works in La. Though I get the phone calls. Yeah I think I know who's like everybody wants to fuck me. It's honestly annoying. They do fuck or at least they have the opportunity. Anybody calling them for like a meaningful relationship. Honestly people that subscribe to that level of Vapid fo confidence. Don't want meeting ships anyway. There's fake it till you may get them. There's Gloria like those are two legside same coin quote of the episode. I mean there's fake until you make ticket and then there's Gloria like it's true like she. She's faking it but she's not making it or maybe she's making it but not in the way that she wants. I think I'm I think I'm making And not faking it and I do think you need to do both sometimes like I think. Sometimes there's there's a unattractive or scary level of honesty. You might bring to a conversation that people are like yeah. Don't WanNa talk that terribly in this moment. Thank you though so you know. I do think there is some Kudos to be given to faking but I get the idea of like being in the center of a room surrounded by people and feeling alone yes and like going back to your apartment that you live alone own and like you know whatever that is what this song I think is trying to get out for Persson. This is the spiral after the party. Yeah Glorious Wild like she's a wild person obviously fun and he wouldn't even Gloria Breezy. She's Fun Gloria Estefan. Gloria Gainer Gloria the writer. Whose last name? I'm totally spacing on the feminist writer. Oh Gloria help help Steinem Steinem. I don't know if she falls in this Janet wild I read her memoir cheese crazy man. Steinem Rica thank you for that by the way Rica Rica. If you're going to be this. Is I episode taping at the head Gump studio. And if you're GONNA be a room you're going to rea- Steinem you fucking idiot. Listen I just moved here okay. I've read three bucks in my life. I'm working on it. Just moving here means you don't know Gloria Steinem is honestly great except the thing is I do. I've read like three of her books. I got her lawyer. allred the lawyer that everyone. Hey Tori fucking sane. Our point is being proven yes all the glorious probably is the Gloria and Gloria Gloria Umberto toes version was probably wild. Even though she didn't exist in this probably a Alex Christ. Yeah Oh Jesus. He Learned Wild Wild One. I can't even talk if there's one agitate tip use. This grabbed wild why it's true. It's true what else is there to say crazy. Not Electric Guitar is just like I'm here now. Golf Goodbye back so where what did you don't have to answer. You don't have to answer. Leave him hanging on the line. Which is interesting because I thought nobody was calling? So here's the thing I think. Now we're speaking more or just like. Hey what's the hottest thing you can do. Oh yes he saying. Play together at the boys say. Don't give yourself herself so freely. I think there's actually it's not even about fake it till you make it. It's don't give of yourself so freely down to learn for yourself. This is perfect visit. Perfect timing it's great actually. It's great advice. I was just watching twentieth century. Women have you seen it. Do we know it a million times and Greta gerwig character at one. Point gives the young boy. Boy Who's not tomatoes. Shallow May but absolutely seems like that was a miss cash or should have could have been. She didn't know him yet no she didn't she didn't make that movie. But Mike Mills should have right correct. She did she just in it. She just an actor in that movie amazing but in any case she's teaching him. She's just moved back to Santa Cruz from New York. She's teaching the young boy how to attract women how to be Cool Huh a- and the only advice is Silas and it is haunted me ever since we're watching it because like for me it's not physically possible. No I don't see my saying less. Yes I mentioned we both have podcast. Huge probably early physically have been talking for over an hour or two times a week. Perform I still cannot say less no because if I feel anxious at a party already you're just like I. I have this horrible problem. where an honest the people around me love it but for me? It's a problem. I feel like I have the gift of Gab. I can make a conversation move easily between people. I don't know well I I know how to ask questions. Get people going so it is my duty with this skillset right at this party. Yes to employ it and so I feel like running around like just fucking Ping Pong and helping people people talk making me look like an asshole. So they can bond over that right and so then you're just like oh wait. No one likes me. I was just. It's like being the straight man. Why isn't anybody calling truly genuinely like you know when you look at it? Like let's say veep yes. I WANNA be Walsh's character you know what I mean. There's little love for the straight man and I think in party situations if I just fuck in I will war a little more black short. Yeah welcome to New York figured out how to do my hair actually okay. Maybe starring wish we're a hat. I've become a hat girl that's fine. It's winter and talk less. Hat's fine and talk less. That's the part that's not gonNA happen. Yeah I'll shave my head. I'M NOT GONNA sell talking around. The hair is not an issue. It's the talking If we can make the issue the hair I manage that. Yeah no I have the same. I think I have the same issue the same borderline issue. It's like most women. That comedy don't seem cool women in comedy. Yes that's why we're either just like Weirdos with normal jobs. Everyone's like what's wrong with them or pursue some kind of entertainment which makes us like context. The the attraction is to like have the conversation but it's like not normal every free time exactly and then outside of context. We don't make any. This song is therapeutic beyond my wildest hope anyone listening from that remotely relatable otherwise. They're just like I don't I'm normal and cool and this is bored right. I'm perfectly stable and find like the song means nothing to me except it's banks. I don't need to hear the lyrics already. Know what banks must be nice for. You is what what I'm saying Kuria okay. So now we get to the same section again yes but now there's some voices in the head chiming in to reaffirm the horrible narrative. You're spinning about yourself. Self here we go. Can we talk about.

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Play it. Here's what in the character Cherokee version. You would start to really ramp. Take a big breath by the hands absolutely instinctively did the hand gesture sweeping towards the sky. Oh good you have to Gloria part. Who can sing? Did I fool well myself into thinking I could do this. punch-up it's hard. It's a hard note I might break. My voice is might be the last episode. Can't wait I can't wait wait. What are the lyrics right there? You really don't remember. Was it something that he said. All the voices in your head calling. Gloria I fucking love this so there's also be an internal internal monologue is what we're saying so talking to Gloria. Yeah that's kind of what I feel is the case just because she it's pretty harsh on a friend This this is the only th- The negativity is really the only way. How do I say this the negativity here? I only use when talking to myself. Of course I would never talked to a friend this way. Any therapist listening singer Gary upset about what I just said. But but it's like it almost realizes itself as an internal monologue here say absolutely saying it's you know it's saying Gloria Oriented Gloria. I'm curious okay in the narrative of the song. I read so much about it that I know that this has something to do with like her trying to attract men. Yeah but failing. Yeah perhaps yeah. So she's on the run like so she's always chasing a guy but like maybe stop chasing because you're going to have a breakdown take down. Yes calm down a little bit but then in this section. She's like you don't remember. Was it something that he said. What the fuck are we talking about now? Will it's like like why she's spinning out right. It's like are you actually dwelling on something that this person said to you or you just like making up shit to make yourself. Oh my old therapist used to call that stories You know literally I think it's like anxiety baseline kind of cycle analysis stuff in the song which is why it's so genius it is and also yeah. I think that's becoming more and more common in the public. Discussion has is people being like. Oh this isn't anxiety spiral literally spiraling. We're I mean I think gets good and bad that we're making this language known enough that people can identify what's happening with them and then also maybe like on the negative side using it as a joke. This song on like takes that fought though but doesn't say it in like therapy language which is nice because you have kind of dislike two thousand nineteen like projection of like. Yes well I mean even projection. There you go therapy language. This song is baseline. Are you actually remembering something accurately or is it just something telling yourself. Oh my God. It's so beautiful. That's my new thing now. The people started telling me like I don't know what to make of what he said or whatever and I'm like well honestly isn't the real point what you think it means that story you tell yourself. Say bory America's Dr This person you really don't remember it was okay. It was it something that you said or he said or is it just the voices in your head. That is like incredible advice that you would say to someone. Okay so guys next time you're trying to relate to a friend going through a hard time John Gloria this conversation. It's so nice you will have to change the name and if you do fuck up the Jig we'll be up okay. So now we're getting into the chorus.

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"She's just going to say hits keyboard. That's where you have that that like what you were calling the beat up the base is giving you a little bit of that just eighteen things running. She's running steadily after we're walking. We're walking I feel it in my bowl so a perfect if you are like doc exercising. You're walking outside if you're playing the song you're keeping a perfect pace. I run so much faster when I'm listening to this song. You get the subway head to the subway from your house like five minutes fast loosely. Very rarely does music have led affect on me outside of hip hop dislike. RPM would say RPM APM. Just be thank you very good if it was a car. RV Very thank you. I had I guess you would just an incredible tempo tempo yes absolutely next. What's your tempo is a play? Gloria Oreo today's episode is brought to you by everybody's favorite scheduling company. Say It with me. Q. U. T. not to be confused with a cutie but they are a little cutie y scheduling. Cute when you don't have to do it yourself you get an automated system So you never have to ask what time works for you ever again. Clients can quickly view your real time availability. So let's say you're selling hot dogs and you can't keep them on your hands. Don't have enough fingers one already holding ten but somebody wants another one and they're texting you. You can't answer the texts. What are you GonNa do do not so more hot dogs? No of course you're going to have acuity scheduling respond.

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"I don a character it is. It's boring about some so good way. She things I would never shade her voice. There's no denying with Cher Cher but there is a slate character element Laura. It's always always on. The run has a little more texture older than just a belt. There's there's some like slate drunkenness. Going to someone roane like well. Maybe she's really like he knew gauging. What the character of Gloria who is a flawed wait so she this narrative we should say what she just said area? You're always on the run now running after somebody you gotta get him some. Yeah this sounds like a friend sitting her gloria down being like sweetie. We need to talk about your trap. ABC Game Love that not great right and so the singing is a character that she has created. That is almost like advising. You know. We'll telling this this person So it's not this like belt or this kind of know. where she's like takes was whistle new? No such character sock dialed. You could really act out the whole could do the whole thing I already see it. You're doing finger wag. Yeah Swirl in Orkla Room if it's a wireless mic. You're walking Florida floor. Out The bar onto the street homing in everyone in the eyes with two fingers so good okay. Now what.

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

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09:54 min | 2 years ago

"lindsey weber" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"You're right it's like a guy in a to just like that feels like a weird al parody. So I'm not surprised that did not pop up in the same way that Laura Brannigan version is about about two three years later. 'cause hers is so inspired and it so and also her fucking is incredible and just like the in the very iconic Legacy of happy sounding songs that are sad yes which is my favorite genre most long's it is like cannon. It's part of that. She's a legend in those stories. Not only the hero of the story the legend. She's a legend in the hero. So at the time Laura Brannigan was working on her debut album She was mostly unknown except she was a backup singer for Leonard Cohen on his nineteen. Seventy six European tour. Wow what do those. What does that even sound like right? So curious to hear how she singing the backup vocals for Suzanne with that voice. How do you hide those pipes and backup vocals? I don't know or even what to his backup singers sound. What even do I'd love to know? Yes something exactly so. She was working on her debut album with German producer. Guess what his name is. I don't even know if I could get. This is beyond my. I should rephrase stage name. Jack White we really but not the Jack White No thirty years before the Jack White became the Jack White. I Know Poor Jack White now your real name again. His real name. I will not pretend but it's German. It's very Durham it's extremely. It's so German that I don't think it's actually English character. If you said it would be number from the Guy Nelson Asa happening he also actually WanNa throw in there. Worked with Engelbert Humperdinck and David Hasselhoff Barry Metal out a few other like this one thousand nine hundred eighty two or three like this was like the precise this was the depths of the eighties. Precisely correct yes thing because you were like oh he. He worked with engelbert crumbling. I need him down until the reasons for this. I did not realize was real real person. I only thought actually was the salad fingers character. Oh No that's Hubris and David Hasselhoff had hits. He he did is Ernie. This guy was probably the number one producer. I mean it's a great formula. What if we took an Italian hit or German hit or a French hit whatever and made it in an American Eric and they have the best disco anyway like they had better songs for Vida Byron? Paris's genuinely one of my favorite song. It's it's it's genius. It's so good it just instantly you you want to dance. I don't think American disco hits in the same way a talent and especially like Italian disco. Still you go back and you listen to it as well and you're like Whoa. This is that we never really only got a piece of American disco was CBD an Italian disco is CBD with a tiny bit of THC hell riches. It just doesn't work. We see he does not. It's a scam. So Yep exactly correct. I'm so glad we've figured this APP true. Everyone knows that Nice Laura was like all right. That's a great idea she had finally to helper. That's where this guy. Trevor Vouch comes. I'm definitely saying that I'm easing. Yes deadly he also produced Tony. I'm going to say her last name. Wrong Basil Basil or baseball. You Mean Mickey witch in a strange twist of fate was the song that knocked Lionel Ritchie's truly from the number one spot on the billboard. Hot One hundred which Laura Brannigan spent two weeks at number two beneath well. It's just the same people rice. But but wasn't Tony icon. eq One hit wonder person Yup Laura little bit less so I know Laura had a little bit more entering types and yes and literally the rank audio tapes. Tony was truly when we used to say one hit wonder she was the one of the first people that was name for my generation. It's I think we're alone. No right if any was he was the one Tony Tiffany. I'm a little older than you but not by much. Okay not bad. That's not by much not by much but it was when you when they would have like. VH1's one hit wonders Yoni was always included. I absolutely believe that I only know her songs from bring it on. Yeah and that Song Mickey Not Great Song. Let's just be come on. It's about fifteen seconds and then it needs to be over. It's less because it's weird but you never want to hear it again. No no no no that apart even you saying it now like I need to be talking about it. It's upsetting. Yeah I mean it's weird. So originally they were together to try to convert the same concept the love story. Yeah imaginary person which by the way already exists. It's called what a fool believes. That's a song thank you. Thank you for your consideration. They tried to convert it to a female perspective astray female perspective. And so they made it. Mario Are you no kidding audio which I'm like. Is that a nod to the original Italian nature or are you just chosen that saying well literally is but like singing a I love. Scientists have a name. Mario is upsetting. You lose a lot. It didn't work and they knew it so they're realizing we're going to need to reinvent the song also love songs to men don't eat we don't eat them. Men Get enough love from society culture. We don't need to constantly reaffirm them if they can reaffirm themselves men should love men more exactly. I'm secretly gunning for everyone to become gay working. Thank you everyone in the room's gay. No Right Enrica all right. I'm so glad you agree to that So they decided to reinvent it. WH- Laura Brannigan quoted as saying a girl that's running too fast for her own steps. Yeah Wow beautiful. Because we're still working in German English. Now we're still working in these with these people that are translating. Yes he is driven. There is a little bit of this this German into English. Let's one more note I have to say is that it earned her a nomination for best pop vocal performance for the year. Nineteen eighty two grammys. Of course the song actually got to stay on the hot one hundred for a record breaking thirty six weeks. The record being of course single wire Solo Female Act which. I don't know why it makes me sad but okay yeah yeah thank you so solo the last thing before we get into the song and they feel like the thing. Everyone's been screaming the whole time. They have to mention this. They have to mention this. No they haven't yeah but you specifically are GonNa all of this yeah It's a comment from my patron Camille Watson who gets are by Peter and get early access patrons love Patriot we also have patrons love them to Jeff. Truly normal fans are great but money to give me it's hard not to prefer people they are. VIP's say anything to me. I love everybody that listens to this podcast but I will say your name on air. If you're a patriot. Yeah it feels weird. Not Saying say his name again. Pay Tron Camille Watson meal. Okay so she says I know hockey isn't huge. A lot of places. But Gloria is the Saint Louis Blues Victory Song and this led me to learn that there is an active verified. Twitter account for the deceased Laura Brandon Brandon. Run by. Her friend. Didn't question Mark Legacy manager in quotes. Kathy a love Kathy. Kathy absolutely lost it when when Pete Blackburn a CBS sports threader started a joke where he said the Boston Bruins Victory Song Gloria. She lost it again as the deceased Laura Brannigan absolutely wild wild. So of course I pulled up Laura Scott Mad as as the ghost of Laura Brennan and ran again on twitter at these sports people for deciding radio joke. Okay so Pete Blackburn tweets play Gloria for the bruins play. Gloria is like the St Louis. What's right I guess? Their catchphrase and I was was telling the story about US talking about our podcast. People called and said a big thing about this song is sports song exactly. I would've never known that. No and I truthfully I I am Austin so oh sweet caroline that I know and that. Whose Song is that the red sox right so that was really sitter that Song as torture they go bye? Bye Bye every bar. No every bar saw orchard. Don't go to the summit often do that song near because it's horrendous. I don't ever WanNa hear traumatizing. The point is is that if that's the song I sports team in the city which you live. That song is a major part of your life so I understand why people were like you must know that Gloria is the song for the St Louis Blues But she signs all the tweets from Laura Branagan's account as Kathy Kathy other half entertainment. I don't know if she just like there was a mad scramble. After Laura died and she likes slanted grabbed by two thousand four. I think Oh my God I know. And she's still tweeting in two thousand nineteen because it's amazing anything on twitter at all because this is clearly a Joe. What if it's really Laura? Though Laura Ghost never died. She's going. What is this in an all of these emojis play? Gloria is not a bruins thing to say. I think. Try Again Kathy other habit. She's protecting the legacy. The saw someone else trolls her again tags her clearly getting that she's not understanding the joke. I see you're still dealing nonsense. Let me repeat I'll even say it slows that you might actually get at this time G. L. O. R. I A. is not a bruin song. It is a Saint Louis. Blues Lose Song. I hear your friend Pete Blackburn calling for you now so run along Kathy other entertainment is Kathy like from Saint Louis or she confusing really excited that Laura branding is becoming so famous again. It's true though. I think that's a big push for the song I agree that it's this. Probably a lot of people click on episode because of that so he was Blues Fan freaking hope so and just so we're clear it isn't brewing ass with the Bruins can fuck off and that. What is the ghost of Laura Brannigan says you can go to hell okay? I heard her whisper it in my sleep last night when I was prepping for this podcast the Bruins can go to hell law. Brandon's legacy okay with all that said. Should we get into the God damn saw. I can't wait to hear it..