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Thirteen Awards Movies to Watch Out for, Oscar Do-Overs, and More From the Mailbag
"Before we get into the mail couple things over the weekend hit in the world of movies. First thing i want to talk to you about is the thing. I spoke to the directors of this documentary series about which is tiger tiger woods. Now you know as a friend of mine and podcast partner that. I am an avid golfer. And a fan of the sport gulf you are not a fan of the sport golf though your partner is and so golf is in your life but not truly of your life. What do you know about tiger woods. And what were you expecting heading into this documentary. Well in addition to being one of the greatest golfers in history isn't in history and certainly one of the best athletes of the twenty first century. That the correct century yes which i do know about because athletes at that level become pop cultural figures and i am interested in pop culture. Even if i'm not interested in my husband lecturing me about what type of iron tiger woods is using which is like a personal hell that i live in on a daily basis so i know a lot about him as a pop culture athlete and then obviously he has a pop cultural significance all of his own because of the events that he went through in the public eye at the end of the last decade and really honest life for the last decade. Yeah and so. I think that this series is an interesting gambit on. Hbo part it's clearly inspired slash based on a book that came out in two thousand eighteen by jeff benedict and armond katayan. And it's an attempt to make sense in real time of probably the most significant american athlete barring lebron james and michael jordan i would say of the last twenty. Five years maybe serena williams in that conversation. I think it's a very short list of people that do for. The tiger is kind of hanging with in the last quarter century and the film is tricky. Because they only aired part one thus far part two is next sunday and so i don't think you can necessarily spoiler film like this but it depends on. What kind of your you are if you're very engaged in the tiger woods story and his life. I don't think that this film necessarily will teach you a lot about the events of his life. There are not a lot of revelations. I think there are some emotional revelations there are some there's some I guess the matic framing that. Maybe you wouldn't necessarily put together if you weren't deeply entrenched in his story the movie especially the first half of the movie takes great pains to portray this father and son story and to show earl woods. Father as the kind of dr frankenstein at and making tiger woods into this kind of frankenstein monster for better and for worse in that he's incredibly powerful but there's like all kinds of emotional danger in his life I one thing that struck me as i re watched part one last night and i watched it with eileen. It's there's a lot of golf highlights in the first half. And there's there's there's not. There's not a lot of scandal there's not a lot of there is some psychology and there is a lot of sort of personal background about how tiger grew up and who he became. But because he has this sort of monochromatic mono-syllabic experience in the world where we just. He very rarely showed himself to us. Basically what you get is like ninety minutes of an extraordinary highlight reel dovetailing with the story of a father and a son and what they mean to each other. And i think if you're a casual observer my my instinct was. Is this going to work for people now. The second half is different. Can of worms. And i don't wanna spoil it for people but did in the first half. Did you find yourself having a hard time entering the story. I did also watch this with my husband. The aforementioned gulf maniac and the soundtrack to watching this was every time golf shot would be show. Its accuracy like you know it was like a little gallery of one. And he was doing it under his breath and then i was kinda. Are you aware that this is happening. And he was like sorry and then he just kept doing it at a lower volume. I have to say when you show golf. As just a highlight reel. Tiger woods is most incredible shots way. More interesting to me personally than the stuff that you guys have on the tv on sunday afternoon which is so boric. My guys pretty. Good a golf so i enjoyed it in that sense i agree with you that maybe it's not that i had a hard time. It and another interesting thing is that i. I do think if you know even a little bit about tiger woods you kind of know about the earl woods character and that is a pretty established part of his pop culture story. It's a big dad. Big character looming. Dad figure familiar sports figure in show bizz figure for sure and Greatness and then the fall. That's kind of what you know. And as as you mentioned there's a fall there there is a part to we won't spoil all of it but if you are watching this documentary you probably have some idea of what's going to happen in part to and the even najah it at the very end of part one which is the very last shot is a very famous woman. Just sidling up to the camera. I that's that's great filmmaking. And i think when the documentary is leaning in to that winning in that side of the story because it it leans into all the aspects of the story but when it goes for that bit of flair and narrative tension is is when it succeeds
Plane carrying 62 people goes missing after takeoff from Jakarta
"Passenger plane with sixty. Two people on board is missing after leaving. Indonesia airport authorities. Jakarta say they lost. Contact with the boeing seven thirty-seven five hundred. That departed saturday afternoon. Local time a statement from the airlines. Three we air says. The plane was on a ninety minute flight from jakarta to borneo with fifty six passengers and six crew members on board a radar tracking service reported on twitter that flight s j one eighty two lost over ten thousand feet of altitude in less than a minute about four minutes after departure. Authorities say they're investigating and coordinating with search and rescue
Indonesia jet carrying 62 goes missing on domestic flight
"Officials access to jails at passenger jets carrying sixty two people lost contact with air traffic controllers after taking off from Indonesia's capital on a domestic flight Indonesian transportation minister spokesperson added that about the says the Boeing seven three seven five hundred took off from Jakarta about one fifty six PM I lost contact with the control tower at two forty PM a statement released by the alliance of the plane was an an estimated ninety minute flight from Jakarta to Ponti Anna there were fifty six passengers and six crew members on board you know what you said in a statement that the search and rescue operation was underway local media reports said fishermen spotted metal objects believed to be parts of the plane in the thousand islands a chain of islands north of Jakarta I'm sorry I shockingly
Adrozek: Widespread Malware Campaign Seeks To Silently Inject Ads Into Search Results, Affects Multiple Browsers
"Microsoft three eighty-six defender research team posted a blog titled widespread. Malware campaign seeks to silently inject adds into search results and affects multiple browsers. They named this thing. I don't know why add rosiak at as in advertising. Ad are ozk address. Zach is really rolls off the tongue so one of the things that makes this. Malware noteworthy is it. It is widely cross family and multi browser. It affects edge chrome yen decks and fox uniformly and although its most prominent feature is unwanted at injection in not only injects ads. The malware also exfiltrated any of the browsers stored credentials. That it may have access to in on. That's you know when you tell your browser rather than your password manager that you want it to save things. Unfortunately if you're if you're you know up in browsers business you can figure out what credentials saved. Because in order for it to send them they cannot be encrypted. So you know that's a problem so of course that that could cause you know exporting your credentials could cost significantly more harm than some unwanted. Ads injected into search results. I saw pictures of it. And yeah shows you what you would normally see would be google results on a google search and instead like the whole first page is is these bogus. Ads stuck in tied to keywords. So you know it's it's trying to get You know add Payment benefits microsoft. Said we call this family. A browser modifiers abdulrazak if not detected and blocked address zek. Ads browser extensions modifies specific de l. l. per target browser and changes browser settings to insert unauthorized ads in web pages off and on top of legitimate ads from search engines. The intended effect is for users searching for certain keywords to inadvertently click on these malware inserted ads which leads to affiliate pages. The attackers earn through affiliate advertising programs which pay by mount of traffic referred to sponsored affiliate pages cybercriminals abusing affiliate programs is not new microsoft wrote browser. Modifiers are some of the oldest types of threats. In fact remember it was it. Was that adware at a at aware. Thing which what that. I found in my browser a one of those old be. Hbo's member browser helper objects That caused me to write the first anti spyware. 'cause it was spyware a bit gotten in unannounced and unasked for anyway microsoft said however the fact. This campaign utilizes a piece of malware that affects multiple browsers is an indication of how this threat type continues to be increasingly sophisticated. In addition the malware maintains persistence and exfiltrated website credentials exposing affected devices to additional risks. So anyway it was surprisingly sophisticated Disabled browser updates to prevent its configuration modifications from being reversed. And even establishes a windows service to gain persistence over the long term. So that if you did something that tried to get rid of it it that the service would keep running and say and then put itself back. So it's a serious issue. Microsoft was tracking. This thing's compromise of more than thirty thousand. Pc's per day so the good news is mine. Sure that microsoft's security people became aware of these threats and shortly thereafter so did windows defender protections sweet so It might be a good idea for for some peace of mind. Just ask defender to perform a full scan of your various windows systems from time to time and you know that takes some time. There's no way around that you know as the author of spin right. I'm all too aware that actually reading everything on your system we'll take some time I just thought while. I was putting the show together. I would do that. So i started up a full scan on my win. Ten machine And says go ahead. Use your machine while. Let's scans in the background. But i did notice that it aggressively throttles. It's scanning not to interfere with your use of the computer in the foreground so it's probably better to choose a time when you're not about what when you are about to be away from your machine and fired up at that point So when it was all done While i was assembling the notes i noted that it took ninety minutes and it scanned five million seven hundred ninety seven thousand eight hundred ninety nine files always blows me away. When i see that leo. After the scan was finished. I just stared at that number. I remembered fondly and this takes us back to our alter days. I remember when our hard drives had seven files on them. now the number of files has seven digits. Amazing you know. I do miss those days. Yeah
Jon Ossoff and the movement energy hes tapping in Georgia
"John asa. Thanks so much. For coming on the podcast. Thank you so much. Jonathan grade the bigger right so you just started a bus tour a six day bus tour. If i remember right where are you going. And what kind of reception have you been. Been getting because it's been a one day already so far. Yesterday we were out in in madison and augusta and we will be hitting not just every major city but Several dozen small towns will be very visible in rural georgia. And this is the health jobs and justice bus tour across the state in the program that we are encouraging folks to get out and vote to support is one that ensures every georgian has great healthcare that we invest in economic recovery and job creation infrastructure clean energy and that we passed major criminal justice reform at a new civil rights act and that is galvanizing our coalition. There is movement like energy in georgia. Right now and as. You've heard me talk about jonathan. The situation in georgia is unusual. Because you've got a young jewish son of an immigrant running alongside a black preacher. This is not how democrats have been running in the south for the last couple of decades of talk more about that. Because i've heard you say that in television interviews Mostly in television interviews. And you know you both. You and reverend warnock who. You're talking about another person. Who's been on the podcast of your both sons of the south but for you in particular you were born and raised in georgia. As you just said you jewish-american and for a lot of people. The south has not been hospitable to african americans or jewish-americans. Talk talk about your your Your childhood your upbringing a did you endure wild antisemitism there in georgia not wild anti semitism up but it's something that pops up from time to time in the life of any jewish person. I think that. Because i don't wear a keep up right a yarmulke because i'm not outwardly. Observant I would not attract the same sort of over a of anti-semitism might who's judaism is more apparent externally or as a black person might in the south. But i think that when i inflict on my childhood so i was bar mitzvah at the temple which is a a reform synagogue in atlanta and one of the interesting things about the history of the temple is that it was nineteen fifty seven when dr king established the elsie in atlanta and it was nineteen fifty eight when the temple was bombed and from the late nineteen fifties through the civil rights movement of the early and mid nineteen sixties and all the way through the present day there has been an alliance between blacks and jews in georgia and when i first sat down to have a meal with congressman john lewis because my first ever exposure to anything like public service was working as a very very young man in his office where he wanted to talk to me. You were in high school. That's why it's had very very young man that exactly. I mean we ever had for about ninety minutes. He wanted to talk about that alliance. He wanted to talk about how he marched. Alongside rabbis and jewish activists. Here was a young jewish man in his office. He wanted to talk about the necessity of nurturing and strengthening that alliance and not taking for granted that that would happen on. Its own and so i- i reflect often as you've heard me reflect about how he is looking down on us right now in georgia smiling.
A Man of Wealth of Taste
"The quest for immortality the urge to escape the inevitability of death has long been a preoccupation for us as evidenced by the ancient sumerian poem the epic of gilgamesh the oldest example of written literature known today in the poem written sometime around eighteen hundred bc in mesopotamia. The titular gilgamesh part hero part. Arrogant demi-god undertakes nordic Mission to find the secret to immortality ought to being confronted by the inevitability of his own death though we might not be demigods like gilgamesh his desperate refusal to accept the inevitability of his fate is a deeply human one and something that many of us can sympathize with whether we elect to place our hopes in the promises of religious teachers or in the invention and imagination of our leading bio gerontologist those that studied the mechanics of aging throughout many of us. Who haven't contemplated the possibility of existing forever in one form or another however although some of those may want for it being mortal israeli portrayed as something desirable and at the very least. There's something that can only be achieved at a great cost from the burdens of connor macleod in his pursuit to become the only remaining highlander to the pitiful efforts of melmeth the wanderer to convince another soul to take on his pact with the devil in return for another one hundred fifty years of life. In fact we take great pains to dissuade ourselves from wanting it. Perhaps this is simply to provide some comfort in the face of such a futile desire. But it doesn't stop us trying back in october this year. A team led by tel aviv. University professor shy f ratty published the results of an extraordinary study in the journal aging study to determine the effect of pure oxygen on the aging process involved placing thirty five adults over the age of sixty four in a hyperbaric chamber and giving them pure oxygen for ninety minutes a day five days a week over the course of three months through this process of frats team found they were able to successfully limit the build-up of senescent cells in the body cells. The today's to the point where they can no longer replicate leaving the body. Susceptible to many age related diseases incredibly not only to this delay the aging process but actually reversed it. Aubrey de grey. One of the best known by. Oh gerontologist has long insisted that medical technology will one day allow us to control the aging process. Even making the stunning claim this back. Two thousand and eight that the first person who lives to one thousand years old is already alive today through some however who'd say that this person isn't just a live right now but they've already lived to be a thousand years old. You're listening to unexplained. And i'm richard mclean smith. It was sometime in the seventeen. Seventies that counted adema marie-antoinette's personal attendant. I met him for her. It was his is most stood out. They were like nothing. She never seen before his teeth to were immaculate and all the more noticeable for being framed by such a thick head of luxury jet black hair and his clothes were simple they were nonetheless made from the finest materials decorated with the most exquisite jewellery. It wasn't a period. She assumed would be accompanied by a certain steely if not arrogant countenance however when she finally plucked up courage to approach one afternoon at the court though was penetrating so too. Was it soft and inviting despite everything countess. It heard about the man. It was quite something to see him. Finally in the flesh looking no more than forty five years old and yet it was back in seventeen forty three over thirty years previously. The first appeared mysteriously one day at the palace of versailles home to king of france. Louis the fifteenth looking exactly the same age
Here's a first look at Apple's $549 AirPods Max headphones
"So one of the other things on on the airpods mex so talking about its battery life. Apples claiming twenty hour battery life with these headphones. You can charge it with a five watt iphone brick. It will run for ninety minutes after just five minutes of charging and you can get the full battery life in about two hours on a five watt. But you can get a little bit faster with larger power bricks fast charging because it's not usb c the unity jozy the uscca to lightning cable the big brick. You don't get fast charging again. I kind of wish they did use c. As the connection on these devices and i also i don't know i almost wish there was an on off button because here's what you have to do. So these airpods. Max come with a case but quote unquote in the biggest air quotes possible case because basically comes they little sleeve that you slide the airpods max into and their little sleeve has a flap that closes in when they're in that case it tells the airpods max to enter the low power mode and that's how it will stay on standby for a long time if you don't put it. In that case. mk hd was saying. It takes up to two hours for them to go to sleep on their own. Not being used so you really kind of have to put it back in that little sleeve to make sure that they. The battery holds its charge. You know if you're going to throw it in a bag or whatever. So i find that strange and i also find that case. It's not a case like it's not really protective about anything there's openings everywhere they want you to carry it by the handle of like the head strap of the headphones like that is the handle. When they're in this little sleeve. And i mean let's be honest. It looks a little bit like an undergarment. I won't go into too many details about that but it just feels a little strange. I'm concerned about the price k. If it's worth the to it's worth a to if it isn't it isn't it isn't to me. It seems like you might be here. That's great buzz. While i hope they have bigger batteries in other airpods. Stir presumably there's still commit degrade as well so come a point when you're five hundred and fifty dollar had funds need tap. Their batteries replaced right. How long will that be. How degrade when we stop being twenty hours and i did see. I think the battery replacement will cost like seventy nine dollars so better than a new pair for sure. Shut
What almost dying taught me about living
"It was the spring of twenty eleven and as they like to stay in commencement speeches. I've it's getting ready to enter the real world. I had recently graduated from college and moved to paris to start my first job. My dream was to become a war correspondent but the real world that i found took me into a really different kind of conflict zone at twenty two years old. I was diagnosed with leukemia. The doctors told me and my parents point blank that i had about a thirty five percent chance of long term survival. I couldn't wrap my head around. That prognosis meant. But i understood that the reality and the life i'd imagine for myself had shattered overnight. I lost my job. My apartment my independence and i became patient number. Five six to four over the next four years of chemo. A clinical trial and a bone marrow transplant. The hospital became my home my bed. The place is twenty seven since it was unlikely that i'd ever get better. I had to accept my new reality. And i adapted. I became fluent in medical lease made friends with a group of other. Young cancer. patients built a vast collection of neon and learn to use my rolling v. Paul as a skateboard. I even achieved my dream of becoming a war correspondent. Although not in the way i'd expected it started with a blog reporting from the frontlines my hospital bed and it morphed into a column i wrote for the new york times called life interrupted but but above all else my focus was on surviving and spoiler alert. Survive thing to an army of supportive. I'm still here. I am cured of cancer so when you go through traumatic experience like this people treat you differently. They start telling you how much of an inspiration you are. They say you're a warrior. They call you a hero someone. Who's lived the mythical hero's journey who's endured impossible trials and against the odds live to tell the tale returning better and braver for what you've been through and this definitely lines up with my experience. Cancer totally transformed my life. I left the hospital. Knowing exactly who i was and what i wanted to do in the world and now every day as the sunrises i drink a glass of celery juice and i followed this up with ninety minutes of yoga then i write down fifty things. I'm grateful for onto a scroll of paper that folds into an origami crane and then failing out my window.
The Latest: Debate commission adopts new rules to mute mics
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the debate commission adopts new rules for Thursday's presidential debate to avoid a repeat of this because I sure you made a there was no he's made a point the nonpartisan commission on presidential debates has announced a change for Thursday's final debate between president Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden the microphones for each candidate will be cut off while their opponent delivers his opening two minute answer to each of the debate topics the format for the ninety minute debate calls for six fifteen minute segments after the uninterrupted remarks on each topic there will be open discussion that will not be muted but interruptions by either candidate will count toward their allotted time Mike Crossey at Washington
Why Not Just Be The Best?
"All right. So Last weekend was insane I duNNo. If I told you this yet private and county deep. But I chance to go speaker Gingrich Season Tony Robbins Event Tony's studio which he built a huge studio and covert hit Zoom rumors like this huge stadium, rapin zoom walls and. It was crazy scam. You saw that pitchers but it was really special and really fun and we're actually flew there in Tony's private plane, which was crazy she his house and just it was really special weekend but. Telling you too much of that. I was thinking go deeper. So many crazy. A three call talking about although haase antiquated from that. I. Will drop out to you throughout the next few episodes but. There's one thing that's interesting. So We decided women, there were six days, which is kind of cool. We had out some really cool people and just relax and take a break a little bit and you know at the hotel there's so gets the scoop massages. So we started from Sasha two different days and obviously now the Cova, there's weirdness Boise Lovato. Idaho's is different but in Florida, were at, they have different rules rights face masks more often all sorts of stuff. So go get our first massage and He didn't there and it was only sixty minute massage because that's all they had time for that day or whatever, and this comes out she puts on plastic gloves, which was kind of weird Mike wasn't my favorite by Monica. Whatever. So And It was not it was not my favorite massage. Partially because they anyway, there are a lot of reasons why I just it was. Annoyed like it wouldn't feel good. It was just like she was technically giving massage but was not getting Sasha so much. So by the end of my sixty minutes like normally get a ninety minute massage and my sixteen massage like I just wanted to be done I was like it was like the longest sixty minutes life miserable I didn't have a good time and is even thinking like I hate massage like maybe maybe changed mental like the January maybe whatever and I'm so annoyed and finally got Donald. Kevin's is over I give me out of here and I just like Laugh A. Beautiful SPA and all these like I'm done like I don't I don't do beside I don't do. Anymore despise like I just had a horrible experience I I make. ASSANGE again anime rafter. GotTa massages later and then met afterwards and and I was like that was horrible. I don't ever want to give me Josh again and he said we have booked for tomorrow. May I know him? I don't really want to go as we cancel and. anyway it was just it was interesting. So. Next I go back because they have a twenty four hour cancellation periods have to Sasha like massages. This is GonNa be ninety minutes I'm going to be miserable. Just the whole thing right. So get there and kind of bad attitude and talking to Susan she's different person in super. Nice, and we we out massages she starts. The same thing has for the plastic gloves, which is kind of annoying but whatever. Does massage and this time it is a complete experience. was like an artist like it was it was amazing. Everything. It's Chris spend the same amount of money both massages. Right and the first one I wanted to die I wanted to get off the table on the right next person was insane. They were amazing like the ninety minutes was over and I was like, are you kidding me like I want to give you some more money? I spent flip back over and keep doing this back and forth all day. Until your to your shift or whatever like it was it was it was amazing and I remember laying there thinking about how like just twenty four hours earlier massage from person CEO same same spa everything and how I hated it, and this was amazing. Why would they compete anything to continue this experience longer and I started thinking about? This right both of these people would consider themselves from sizes masseuses right Both and got paid to say May to do the job but one was artist one was great. What they do and one was just did the thing, right? And I started thinking about my life lake. Everything. I've done I've tried. I don't know I always wanted to be the best I remember when I was wrestling about this this. This tape has s tape pre DVD's. And it was. The story about Tom Terry brands were twin brothers who are wrestlers, Iowa. Remember the movie started with I tom brands he comes and says, my name's Tom Brands my goal simple going to be the best wrestler in the world. Next thing came up as Terry brant my goal simple. I want to be the best wrestler in the whole world and that's how starts and boom. It goes into training montage and stuff and I was just like, yes. I remember thinking I. Can make my name's Russell Brunson the great wrestler in the world right and so I because I didn't want to be a good wrestler I want to be like okay. I wanted to be the best in the world and obviously never got there. That was my belief because I got way for the night probably ever should've gotten my skill and talent level right? I've state champ. I was an all American second in the Nation High School into college. Rank the top ten college never place NCA but but you know I did I heard your career and which to business was the same thing I got into business I wasn't on make moody who I was like. The greatest market ever lived like if I'm doing this job anywhere might as well take the amazing it right like. and. And I was just thinking about during massage just like people have the same job title. One's amazing ones like. You know and I think about for all of us like my kids. I. Keep with my kids and I don't care. We don't care what you WanNa be when you grow up like don't be like, okay. Be The best in the world like. A how do you? How do you become amazing not just give amazing. What are you have to do different I don't know I don't know how to teach that exactly more. So than just like helping has want that desire like don't be the crappy I think about funnel building right like th. There's tons of you without teaching fungibility and doing fun bill and you can hire someone and you will they hire someone in they get a funnel in the funnel stocks and she's like. You know your federal building become the best in the world obsess about designing copying all these things that when you build someone to funnel like you handed to them, it should be art they should be away by just like you know the second has blown away like. That's experience when a gift somebody if you can't give some experience like you need to geek out more, you got to go deeper you had become better. Become the best in the world that you are in your craft whatever it is right. If I was a dentist locators dentist, but there's there's amazing dense chiropractic. I won't be good chiropractor on the best in the world.
David D. Burns: Feeling Good During The Pandemic
"Well, it's no surprise that depression and anxiety are up to record levels during this pandemic what can you do to deal with this? Well, here to help is David Burns MD adjunct clinical professor. Emeritus of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine, his weekly feeling good cast by therapists and the general public with tips overcome depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, habits, and addiction. He's got a new book out called Feeling Great. The Revolutionary New Treatment for depression anxiety David. Welcome to the show. Thanks Perry well, this is a huge issue for us and I know give them before this happened in the mid nineties I suffered from huge depression anxiety. So I'm very familiar what's going on why is it peaking so much more now during the pandemic Well. I don't think I can answer that question but it is a fact that it is it is peaky and I've done research myself on the. Incidence and severity of depression than men and women. Before the pandemic and since the pandemic and certainly. Doubled in and women everything had has pretty much depression, anxiety anger and hopelessness. And in man anger has has doubled but I guess the reason we got upset at anytime is because of our thoughts and that idea goes back a couple thousand years to the Greek philosopher epoch. Titas who said. People are disturbed not by things or events, but by our thoughts about them. And so when people are depressed there, you're giving yourself negative messages when when you're anxious like I'm a loser be depressed forever. And those thoughts are really why you you're depressed your your thoughts in the here and now create all of your emotions. And the cool thing is. When you change the way, you think you can change the way you feel. You in the Book David Vet. Discovered that depression anxiety says something really good. Great about you and your core values what are those? Well. That's that's one of the new new discoveries and feeling great that has led to the ability of all Tra rapid recovery from depression and anxiety and the old days I would say up until now most therapists think that the people with depression and anxiety get stuck in them be for for negative reasons like you want to feel sorry for yourself or you you watch secondary gain, you get attention from people and those ideas are are really kind of put downs and and hurtful, and they're generally not even true. We've discovered is that Depression anxiety result from what's beautiful about you your core values, for example, one of the. People that I discussed in the book was a woman named Karen who had been depressed for nine years because our daughter got shot in the face by some neighborhood boys. Who Snuck up on her with a high. pellet rifle and it bullet. Pellet whatever it was hit or her her teeth of one of her tooth's exploded and get a lot of damage to her mouth and face and she ran indoor. She was twelve years old. She was screaming and this led to nine years of surgeries and treatment for her daughter. The treatments for PTSD was not successful and when Karen came to me, she'd been struggling for. You know all that time with severe depression anxiety guilt shame hopelessness telling herself I'm a bad mother. It's my fault. I never should have. Let her go out to play that that night things of that nature and what and before I try to help anyone crushed thoughts I save what are these thoughts and feelings show about you that's that's positive. An awesome. And that's the opposite of the way psychiatry and psychology. Work and but it's pretty obvious. You know she's very Karen is very self critical and that shows she has high standards. And her high standards have caused her to accomplish a great deal for herself. She got a PhD she has She's a clinical psychologist as a tremendous practice. She's done a tremendous amount. For her daughter, for example. In addition her feelings of guilt and shame and Italian yourself I'm a bad mother actually shows that she's a good mother, a loving mother and she's done everything she can to to help her daughter and continues. Right up to the day when when? I, what I treated her Her anxiety is a great thing because the last time she let her guard down and said, it's okay to go out and play her daughter had a horrible traumatic event and so her intense anxiety is an expression of her love for her daughter and to protect her daughter she's like a mama bear protecting her cubs. And then her her sadness and depression is also an expression of of for love. I said Karen if there was a magic button here, you press at all your depression and anxiety instantly vanish. And you'll be euphoric would would you press that button? She says Oh. Absolutely everyone says that everyone who's suppressing they wanNA press about then feel happy but when you think about it I said so I take that you wanna feel happy and euphoric to be. All. Your daughter is suffering incredibly. Is that correct? She said Oh no. No, that sounds horrible. And so you. So you see her her depression isn't a bad thing to get rid of it. It's a good thing. And together we made a list of twenty five things that her. Negative feelings and her negative thoughts showed about her that was really beautiful and they were obvious powerful things like her anger. What is that show about her well arrangers healthy. The those boys parents never should've let them go playing with neighborhood kids with a loaded rifle. So is this why we see so many very successful and creative people in the world suffer from depression anxiety. I don't think I know the answer to that question and I'm not even sure that's true I know that's a kind of a myth that people people. Do like to talk along those lines and certainly true that a lot of famous if two people have struggled with depression, a lot of people who aren't gifted. In that way have struggled with depression to what I'm referring to this a little different not that Karen has some or people who are depressed have some special. Aptitude that just that their feelings are the expression of what's beautiful about them they it's not due to mechanical imbalance in the brain or some mental disorder but here's the bottom line once she saw this and I said maybe Karen we don't want to press that magic button which style your emotions down to a lower level where you feel better. But you could still keep all these these beautiful qualities of high standards and love for your daughter and humility was another. Quality that she had that was you could see in her depression herself criticisms and she said Yeah let's do that. So I said how depressed would you WANNA BE BETWEEN Today and for the last nine years, you've been hundred out of one hundred. How much depression would you need? itchy. So ten percent is enough. And I said, well, can I show you on twenty? She started laughing said no tennis plenty and she gave numbers to dial down her shame or guilt or anxiety or rage to like five. Zero ten in that range, and now her resistance has disappeared and then I was able to help her crush her negative thoughts which were distorted like I never should have let her go out and play. Well, you'd have to be a fortune teller to know that she's being so unfair to herself but once that resistance disappears and she and her shame disappears and she sees that are negative. Feelings are beautiful positive something to be proud of then it's paradoxically easy for her to smash those thoughts and recover, and that's why I wrote feeling great because the. When I work with people now, they generally recover in just one session. It has to be ninety minutes session like with care to our session to to go through the various steps but ninety percent of the time people recovering now in one session, and this is revolutionary in new, and the reason I'm writing feeling great is because the general public can use these techniques whether or not. You're in therapy to vastly accelerate your your recovery and it's a very positive it's a realistic but but but positive message and I think it's a major breakthrough in psychotherapy.
Sen. Chris Coons believes John McCain and John Lewis each left us an urgent message
"Chris coons welcome back to the PODCAST. Great to be on with you again. Jonathan. Let's start with the debate between president trump and vice president biden in Cleveland. You were there in preparation for a column that I wrote about the debate was looking for pictures as saw a picture in our system of you sitting in the audience in a mask and the look on your face even in the mask told a story talk about what it was like being at that debate in also given what we know. Now, what was it like being at the debate? Look it was bad enough with what we knew at the time Chris Wallace is someone I respect as a tough interviewer as a capable moderator. Struck, that from the literal opening sentence president trump was bullying him was insulting the audience was razzing in her racing. The former vice president did not in any way at any moment recognize or respect the rules that he agreed to. For this debate, I've been an elected official. Twenty years have been active in politics thirty. I've been to my share of rough and tumble debates particularly at local campaigns and I've had my share of unconventional onus but that was unbelievable. It was simply awful to sit through the rush the raw force of the negative aggressive insulting interrupting. Energy directed by President Trump at former vice president, Biden and the audience and our country in the world. One of my sons immediately following the debate texted me. They must be cheering in Russia and China the team of us that were out there to do sort of post debate spin rapid response for the Biden campaign were just silent as a group for minutes. Afterwards, it was really hard to endure. So Joe Biden Dr Jill Biden former second lady Joe Biden was about ten feet to my left and Mark Meadows and Don Jr. about ten feet to my right. And it was striking that they all walked in unmasked and sat there without masks through the entire thing even as staff person, I think a staff physician from the Cleveland. Clinic. Came around and try to get them to wear masks and it was striking to me at the time just how sweaty. Read how angry trump seemed through the whole thing. Later, when we learned that he was infected with Covid, nineteen may well have been covered positive for that debate. It added a layer of the and seriousness to the fact that he was literally yelling at Joe Biden for ninety minutes from a few feet away. I. Got Tested twice actually once rapid s one. The PTR test both negative, and then waited and waited hoping in until we got a negative test confirmation for a joe and Joe Biden there's now a covid nineteen outbreak at the White House that has infected I think at last count twenty one people including senators, senior members of the president's team as well as president trump and first lady Melania trump staff. Of the White House reporters and they are still refusing to do even the most minimal contact tracing ordered to publicly embrace a relevant public health standards. So what was already a horrifying experience being in the room for that debate? Then over the next week has sort of turned into a slow rolling horror as the president has made his own covert infection into. A piece of political theater and is now being replayed on cable shows all day a proudly taking off his mask and recording. Then re recording his triumphant reentry still infected to the white. House. I I was gobsmacked at the visual of Marine One swooping in to MED EVAC the president of the United. States to a military hospital then three days later watching this. One swoop back in and take him back to the White House for this cinematic return even though he is infected even though once he climbed all those stairs, you can see him gasping for air you have been in public life for more than twenty years you are on the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee. You travel around the world and talk to world leaders in this statesman position that. You're in how do you even explain this to the world if you can well Jonathan I, you know, I, do think it's important that Joe. Biden Joe Biden and the whole Biden campaign team step back they took down attack ads. They publicly expressed their concern, their prayers for the president first. Lady and their health as did I as did most liberal leaders in our country president trump. Does. Get absolutely world class healthcare. He was whisked by Marine One helicopter from the fortress like White House to a dedicated wing at Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital. There is a dedicated presidential sort of sweet over there and he was treated with a cocktail of the most cutting edge treatments that your average American doesn't even have access to the combination of the widely used disappear with the. Less, widely used steroid that's commonly applied for those who are in some distress and a new monoclonal antibody treatment that's not yet approved for general use and he comes back saying several days later. Oh I feel better than I've ever felt better than twenty years before there's nothing to be afraid of don't let this virus room in your life. He even said that he thinks he's immune. I mean. He is the world's leading source of. About this pandemic and has inspired imitators from the president of Brazil to things said and done by Putin who declared that he had a effective vaccine before there was any stage three clinical trials, donner results released.
How to Prevent Problems in Your Business Before They Happen
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about how to prevent problems in your business before they happen. So in the early days of business, correct me if I'm wrong Neil I think for most people it's you're finding that you are constantly putting out fires you're dealing with the important and urgent. Now, the problem with that cycle is that more fires will pop up and just continue putting. them out and you never get to solve what is actually urgent or not urgent but important, and these are the long-term foundational things that will help the business and a couple episodes going and the odd turn it over to you knew you were actually just mentioning something about the number one way to scale your marketing. So I think that actually applies here is while they want to kind of go over that again. Yes. So we talked about the number one. Way To scale your marketing we broke down a lot of is process oriented as you're doing things that worked out really well create processes from sin. The way anyone can take him over and continuing going forward with it and scale it up for the things that don't work well document. Why didn't it work hypothesis numbers data backing everything up so that way people know hey, for all the towns that are working event, you'll have a ton of processes that people. Can take over and continue scallop for the stuff that's not working. When they're try new experiments, they can use the data on. Hey, why did this thing work in the past? Would we learn from that as for the stuff that worked? Hey, what were the processes what worked on that and how we can we apply those to these new towns were considering going after? Yes I'm GonNa get specific with these processes so if you are looking for every single companies have Operating System. Once you have a couple of employs you need to be thinking about can I be using traction, which is the entrepreneurs operating system or can be scaling up which is a when you're when you're falling traction. Make sure you by the right traction book. There's two of them don't buy the wrong one. I've had too many people that worked with by the wrong. Oh Yeah. So that's a good point. Gino Wakeman is the author of of this traction. And Scaling Up is from Verne Harnish, who is the founder of Yo entrepreneurs organization, and there's a lot of these different types of operating systems. But these are just two books that I've read but these will teach you how to set a cadence for your company each week. So week, let's say your leadership team you get together you talk about a scorecard that you're going through a real quick. You're talking about you know different rocks or objectives and key results that. You may have set and you are then going to spend a lot of time solving issues, right so maybe sixty minutes of the time, it's ninety minute meeting is ideas identified, discuss and solve, and you can do that. Once to get certain size, you might grow pass this Eos operating system and start to move scaling up or you might create your own version of it right now, the whole idea here is that yarn effect talking about these long term issues And putting a solution in place so you can actually solve that problem and not let it happen again I think in these books as while they also will give you a cadence for what is your quarterly planning every ninety days you do a quarterly planning, what is your annual planning look like as well? Also, there's a book called the three Hag way. So that's a three year planning. Okay, and then you have a be hag which was attended twenty five year. Outlook Right. So you have all these. Right and I think it's also really important. Every quarter what you're trying to do is you ask yourself, Hey, guys, what should we start doing? What should we stop doing and what should we keep doing right? So you have all of these systems in place denise point processes important process will help you scale. You have all these systems in place where hopefully anybody can run the business. Right? Let's say to see you maybe quits leaves whatever or get sick or whatever. You can just plug someone and you're good to go. Right you WANNA make your business defensible and that's what a real businesses otherwise at the end of date once the true business value. There Neil and another thing that you can end up doing to prevent problems I learned this from watching a lot of interviews online and funny enough walking the interviews is kind of similar to the advice that I got from watching Egon must and Elon Musk ended up saying look there's so many CEO's over the years business concepts principles haven't really changed too much. So there's a lot of books on tape of all these successful CEOS from like the IBM CEO to muster whatever it may be people talking about that airs mistakes they made read from, learn them and try to avoid the mistakes that they break down because he's concepts and principles are very similar. and. The moment that you start making the same ones that other people used to make you're going to not succeed really right. But if you avoid making mistakes that other great people have made before you, you're much more likely to succeed because although be left to the stuff that you should be doing. That's a really good point I think learning from CEO interviews or even joining peer groups like you know entrepreneurs organization or wipe yo or visages a lot of these different peer groups that are out there I know for me when I was about twenty seven when I took over single grain, there's a lot that I didn't know and you don't know what you don't know and. These people will guide you because they've been there before you know they'll talk about things that you would have never
Stocks Rally as President Plans Return to White House
"Trump's medical team confirming just a short time ago that he will be leaving the Walter Reed. Medical. Center in about ninety minutes from now let's get straight to Ayman Jabar's outside Walter Reed with the latest Ayman. Melissa that's right. The president's doctor said that he's feeling well enough that he just doesn't need all the bells and whistles of this facility. You see behind me they brought him here out of an abundance of caution day said because this is one of the world's greatest medical facilities but they're confident at this point that they can treat him continue to treat him and monitor 'em over the next week or so back at the White House where they have pretty good facilities of their own, here's what the president's doctors said just a short time ago. We send patients home. With medications, all the time he in fact, yesterday afternoon, he probably met most of his discharge requirements safely from the hospital. and. He's returning to a facility White House Medical Unit that staff twenty, four, seven, topnotch. Physicians Nurses PA's logisticians and the unit here the team here behind he's going to continue to support us in that nature. Now the president had a tweet just before the doctors came out explaining his decision to leave. We should should see that departure here coming up later on this evening, the president and his tweet saying, he'll be leaving Walter Reed says feeling really good. Don't be afraid of, Covid don't let it dominate your life. We have developed under the trump administration some really great drugs and knowledge I feel better than I did twenty years ago. So the president on a high here as he gets set to leave all to read feeling very good heading back to the White House this evening, and then we'll see to what degree they can resume business as usual during the course of. The rest of this week of course, the virus itself is still rampaging through the president's staff Kaley Meccan any the White House press secretary announced today that she has diagnosed positive with covid nineteen. A number of other White House staffers revealed today diagnosed positive over the weekend as well. So the the virus continues to spread through the president's staff at the White House even as the president prepares to go back to the White House Tonight Melissa back over to you amen thank you aiming Jabar's outside Walter Reed let's take look at the market reaction here because it was decisive stocks rallying late in the session on this news, the president is leaving the hospital guy. Donnie for market. Shrugged off the president being hospitalized on. Friday is quite a reaction that we saw in today's session to news that he's being released. Without question I couple of weeks ago I thought there's a really good chance we would trade up to thirty, three, ninety five, which was the prior all time high s and P five hundred made in February and I thought we'd failed their Friday that looked to be pretty prescient obviously today sort of blew that up closing at thirty, four, ten, you know the market is it's obviously resilient. There's obviously a lot of things going on here that news is outstanding clearly, and the market took its cues from that. So about stimulus but I mentioned two things that I think are worth bringing up fact that the vix is so stubborn still round at twenty eight level I think it actually closed. Higher on the day take that for what it's worth and you. So one of the biggest one day moves in the Bond Market Tim. Can speak to this I. Think in terms of yields I think the ten years the highest level we've been since June sixteenth and in terms of the not it's the lowest we've seen since that date. So that's something to watch as well but just looking through the of the S. and P. Five hundred and to a certain extent, the Russell, very, very encouraging for the bulk camp.
Trump goes on bizarre Coronavirus drive-by.
"Donald Trump declared I. get it in a video message to the nation on. Sunday before briefly leaving the hospital to salute to right-wing supporters from his motorcade a move that again showed his willingness to disregard basic precautions to contain the virus that has killed more than two hundred and fifteen thousand Americans. Hours earlier trump's medical team reported that his blood oxygen level drops suddenly twice in recent days and they gave him a steroid typically only recommended for the very sick. The doctors also said he's health is improving and that he could be discharged as early as today. It's been a very interesting journey. I learned a lot about, Kovic trump said standing in his hospital room in a video posted on social media I learned it by really going to school. He added I, get it and I understand it in a bizarre message that appeared to ignore the two, hundred, fifteen, thousand already dead Americans he presides over before the video was posted the infected president cruised by supporters in his sealed suv windows rolled up driven by secret service agents in protective gear who will potentially exposed to the disease that swept through the White House in recent days. This is insanity tweeted, Dr James, p Phillips an attending physician at Walter, Reed National Military Medical Center where trump has been hospitalized since Friday evening every single person in the vehicle during that completely unnecessary presidential drive by just now has to be quarantined for fourteen days. They might get sick. They may die. The doctor wrote for political theater commanded by trump to put their lives at risk full theater meanwhile, former vice president. Joe. Biden's campaign said the Democratic presidential nominee had again tested negative corona virus on Sunday. The results come five days after Biden spent more than ninety minutes on the debate stage with trump biden had to negative tests on Friday as well. Trump's doctors earlier in the day sidestepped questions about exactly when trump's blood oxygen dropped an episode, they neglected to mention in multiple statements the day before or with lung scans showed any damage. It was the second straight day of confusion and obfuscation from a White House already suffering from a credibility crisis. And it raised more down about whether the doctors treating the president was sharing accurate timely information with the American public about the severity of his condition.
Donald Trump and Melania Trump both test positive for COVID-19
"The October surprise is a cherished part of US presidential election mythology the late breaking game changer with engineer contrivance or priests of. Two Thousand and twenty s octo surprise seems to have come early. President, DONALD TRUMP and first lady melania trump have both tested positive for covid nineteen and will now be self isolating. It is just thirty two days until the presidential election joining me with more on this Dr Chris Smith Monocle two, thousand, four, hundred and science correspondent and Scott Lucas professor of US Politics University of Birmingham Chris First of all would it possibly actually have been more of an October surprise if none of the key figures in this election came down with the illness I think. So I'm pretty surprised actually the. They've oh, taken. So long to catch it if you wind your mind back to SORTA March April time, Prince Charles was one of the first people note in the UK when the first high profile people who meet a lot of people to catch it. Then thankfully recover on therefore slightly surprised that Donald Trump and other people who are on the presidential campaign trail have encountered court and demonstrates this before maybe they have maybe that time they didn't know maybe this time they do maybe this time they're saying something about it. Scott Lucas. DC will just right now be waking up to this news and trying to understand how it is going to affect the last month of campaigning What do you think obviously debates again to have to be remote if they going to be held at old trump won't be able to hold anymore rallies and presumably the bulletin team will now all have to be tested and may have to isolate as will. Probably, what Chris said, we're shocked that this had come out before that the by campaign team probably had gained for this type of possibility. They will have been testing regularly, and of course, Joe Biden is in the middle of a train stopped tour of key swing states such as Ohio, and Pennsylvania. So they'll go ahead as much as you can be normal in the next month while offering hopes for the recovery of Donald Trump along as well as trump's close aide. Hope Hicks. I think it's the trump campaign that'll be in disarray today trying to figure out what to do Let me just say for a couple reasons why I? As we've noted trump no longer has his primary outlet of campaign rallies, large gatherings without mass without social distancing where he just rambled for sixty ninety minutes and try to grab headlines. Secondly, a, you're in a position where corona virus goes back to being the number one issue in the campaign and the trump campaign hoping to bury it or push it to the side. Let's talk about Supreme Court. Let's talk about trump's cultural war against that extremist anarchist. Let's not talk about two, hundred, ten, thousand Americans who are dead closing seven and a half million cases, and then thirdly, this actually I think undermines disinformation the trump campaign had put out about Joe Biden being physically mentally unfit indeed remember. If you remember, he goes back that far enough that they mopped Biden for supposedly being in the basement for observing coronavirus restrictions and not coming out and campaigning publicly before the start of June. It looks Joe Biden's white wise right. Now while the questions over judgment physical health, we'll be about Donald trump and four years ago. Of course, President Trump mocked, Hillary Clinton for becoming ill with what looked like pneumonia during the campaign, Chris. Is it possible that this might make a difference, one way or the other to how seriously Americans take this I mean, might hopefully make it clear to trump's base that this virus is real and it is dangerous but alternatively should trump not appear to too badly affected and should he recover quickly that might rather dangerously amplify his narrative that it's not that big a deal Martin did it could go either way couldn't it and indeed? He has the odds in his favor even in a person's eighties that chance of making a recovery in other words not succumbing to grove infection as well north of ninety percent. So it's not to give him that just because someone who is his age mid seventies who has other pre existing health conditions? He he does have obesity they will increase risk. It's not a given though that he'll come off worse for this he make. A complete recovery probably most people do and the other thing to bear in mind is, is this genuinely the first time? He's had it because it may well be he has become reinfected and this time perhaps I'm speculating wildly here and I might be completely wipe them up but wouldn't it be wonderful if he ends up I've got this of course it but then bounces back incredibly fast and demonstrates how powerful he really is. you can see that working well for him. You can also see this for the reason, Scott that you mentioned it playing badly for him in that it does amplify covid nineteen as an issue in the in the minds of most voters but. What are the actual practical considerations here? I. Mean You mentioned the Supreme, court nomination to fill that vacancy left by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. CanNot actually go ahead and I guess the big question is there any doubt whatsoever about the actual election at this point? Assuming that. Kony Barrett did not get corona virus donald trump when she made a public appearance alongside him six days ago. Yeah. This can go ahead because you're talking about the hearings that take place. In the Senate. which will be socially distanced I'm sure. So Mitch McConnell push that through the problem for the trump campaign, they can no longer make that the headline event and try to galvanize their supporters around given these circumstances. Secondly, on the delay of the election is extremely difficult to delay the election you have to amend. Through Congress an act from eighteen forty, five, i. think the practicalities of that are very, very difficult and I think it's a huge gamble for Republican senators, some of whom are facing difficult reelection battles to do that because the Democrats will say, they're just trying to use a pretext to push this this back because remember, we've been facing a donald trump who has been saying if I don't like the election result, I don't have to observant I can stay in the White House that I think undercuts the effort that could be made to say look there's A legitimate reason given the pandemic to push the date back. Scott. Lucas Christmas thank you both very much for joining
Why You Should Work in 90-Minute Spurts
"What's more effective working nonstop for five hours or working in three ninety minute? Intervals spaced out with twenty minute breaks. It might seem like that first option is best if you're one of those workers who skips lunch and doesn't leave your desk until five but according to science you'll be better off taking those breaks. It all comes down to our treaty and rhythms like Circadian Rhythms all trading rhythms referred to a sort of body clock that cycles regularly throughout our lives but while Circadian Rhythms Keep Track of the twenty four hour day night cycle ole trading rhythms role in cycles that last between ninety and one hundred and twenty minutes during that time your brain wave frequencies rise and fall basically after. You spend a longtime concentrating on one task. Your brain needs a break so you get a natural law and concentration every hour and a half to two hours. Studies have found that all sorts of things are affected by these cycles like alertness and especially attention and nineteen ninety-three study by psychologist anders. Eriksson found that. The best violinists all practiced in three ninety minute chunks with breaks in between a nine thousand nine hundred five study found. The people generally maintain their sleep cycles after waking as periodic sleepiness cycles. That's why experts swear by a rest activity cycle that builds breaks into the workday. So now that you know. It's backed by science and actually the more effective choice. It's time to start taking those twenty minute. Breaks try setting a timer for ninety minutes and when the timer goes off you get up. Take a walk grab a snack or maybe even just rest your eyes for a bit. Your brain could use the break. I started doing this. Setting ninety. Minute timer is specially when I work from home because when I work from home. That's what I'm most notorious for rolling out of bed heading over to my desk sitting down at nine. Am and not getting up until like two in the afternoon. Yeah and for people who tend to do that. I think this is a much better fix than some of these other productivity hacks like the Pomodoro technique where you just work twenty five minute chunks. That seems too short for me. I get really immersed and suddenly the time's up and I'm out of it. Yeah a long story short. You need a break. How often you take. It is kind of up to you. But at least once every hour and a half. Or
Why You Should Work in 90-Minute Spurts
"What's more effective working nonstop for five hours or working in three ninety minute? Intervals spaced out with twenty minute breaks. It might seem like that first option is best if you're one of those workers who skips lunch and doesn't leave your desk until five but according to science you'll be better off taking those breaks. It all comes down to our treaty and rhythms like Circadian Rhythms all trading rhythms referred to a sort of body clock that cycles regularly throughout our lives but while Circadian Rhythms Keep Track of the twenty four hour day night cycle ole trading rhythms role in cycles that last between ninety and one hundred and twenty minutes during that time your brain wave frequencies rise and fall basically after. You spend a longtime concentrating on one task. Your brain needs a break so you get a natural law and concentration every hour and a half to two hours. Studies have found that all sorts of things are affected by these cycles like alertness and especially attention and nineteen ninety-three study by psychologist anders. Eriksson found that. The best violinists all practiced in three ninety minute chunks with breaks in between a nine thousand nine hundred five study found. The people generally maintain their sleep cycles after waking as periodic sleepiness cycles. That's why experts swear by a rest activity cycle that builds breaks into the workday. So now that you know. It's backed by science and actually the more effective choice. It's time to start taking those twenty minute. Breaks try setting a timer for ninety minutes and when the timer goes off you get up. Take a walk grab a snack or maybe even just rest your eyes for a bit. Your brain could use the break. I started doing this. Setting ninety. Minute timer is specially when I work from home because when I work from home. That's what I'm most notorious for rolling out of bed heading over to my desk sitting down at nine. Am and not getting up until like two in the afternoon. Yeah and for people who tend to do that. I think this is a much better fix than some of these other productivity hacks like the Pomodoro technique where you just work twenty five minute chunks. That seems too short for me. I get really immersed and suddenly the time's up and I'm out of it. Yeah a long story short. You need a break. How often you take. It is kind of up to you. But at least once every hour and a half. Or so yeah.
"ninety minute" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Like ninety minutes I guess a ninety minute drive from like Vegas is that what they said yeah so at like all the hotels in Vegas again excited because a good start filling up because all these Roswell crazy people show up at area fifty one looks somebody's going to head that way yeah a call to get shot now three the aliens the taken that's the whole goal is it means that somebody said I made it to area fifty one and this is what I found it it's Alfa passed out with the Hey with right all along but no it's true because that's where the employees actually fly out yeah the flyer the Vegas airport right and it's known like that you know some of the plane to leave there are from area fifty one they're flying the employees in it out because you're you work in the middle of nowhere it's a military base a working military base where they test new like bombs and stuff they don't want you anywhere near this place not because the aliens because of what they're destined to probably nothing there anymore it's all in area fifty two let her act in fifty three wares area fifty two somebody knows how I know all area fifty two in Utah is a real yes right yeah his somewhere the mountains in Utah is sure of I don't know where exactly but that's where it is you hear that from me there no I shouldn't say that on there yeah if you're gone tomorrow we know what happened to the ten other people heard it men in black are gonna come after you just kidding alright mate there's another development maybe can we do this actually can I read this about the increase and the spike in this kind of web traffic because of all this talk of area fifty one okay before even mention it because we have this conversation off the did either one of you know anything about this ever before hand to hand to god I had no idea I never heard of it before and I'm glad I didn't I think it's made up I think I news until you hear who it's from okay is it a lot of companies go to this site for legitimate like web traffic studies that I think we can mention it because it's a legit also when it comes to advertising it's you know it's interesting well according to porn hub go there all the time which actually is one of the most heavily trafficked sites in the world like fortune five hundred companies go to them too get studies and web traffic where people going where they're coming from we absolutely okay well according to them ever since this whole thing popped up crazy the searches for alien porn have sky rocketed they get people dressed up like he T. and what is he doing I have no.
"ninety minute" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Yeah. I have been to ninety minute films that felt longer than this it flew by my watch periodically just been things happen to just kind of go. Okay. We'll we're roughly are we in this. But otherwise just didn't feel it at all despite sitting in temporary stadium style seating dimension. I was at the world anyway, it's irrelevant. But the first hour is quite somber and quite slow. But it really is. It's such a cliche to say films like roller coaster rides. But this went really genuinely is when I say roller coaster. I mean, the big one at Blackpool pleasure beach, which is the big one I'm thinking specifically because if you ever been in that roller coaster. It's massive I'm not sure if it's still the biggest world, but at one point it was certainly the highest and you get on an goes up, you know, the just not just ratchet up the tension ratchet up attention. That's the first hour of the movie, and then went to goes downhill. That's when all hell breaks loose NASA. Happens in this movie and the last two, but they whole thing had moments. It just made me gasp not allowed. I was in gas friendly crowd, which was great unless you're how fish reacted to whether he was up with people, you know, shout in the Elliott screen and what not, but I'm sure he was he's a cool guy. He's a star matrix revolutions, and it's got bits. It made me laugh and cheer and the other stuff is will not sexual, but you know, the other stuff, and I I loved it. I'm still processing lot of I've only seen it once. And it was it's kind of is a lot. There's a law in this. It's not perfect them. Now, there are some really discussed. Yeah. Most swings most wings are hits. But some swings are MRs we're going this going to be locked quibble wave and discussed, but none of that takes from the the overall pleasure watching. Yeah. Incredible. And also, I kind of had the same feeling about Infinity war when I first saw it and writing rock when I saw. And it takes a little while actually with stuff like this to really click want. You know, the second third fourth fifth sixth seventh Ewing's Delpy the ones where I really decide. Whether I like this film, sensory Oakland. That's what it is. There's a loss. There's a lot happening again as I discussed the on the podcast. You know, when I know I'm doing a spoiler special. Trying to trying to the corners of the screen and the things written on pieces of paper the word forms used. You're trying to wait was that coal back to that other film, not even necessarily an MC film. But like that felt reminiscent of the Princess bride or something in your life. Oh why? But yeah, I thought it was absolutely bloody terrific. And well, we're the of the three stars the hell and gave it five five five five clear. Good. Okay. Five stars. You're hosting. Trick giving it six thousand making one each color of the stones. Anyway. So yes, five stars for avengers and game, which is a recommend. If you obviously if other options to include cake, for example, then, you know, maybe maybe I just feel like you could bring cake with you James like, I feel like you could furnish your own cake sound like a plan leaving this podcast now to go and see and game again. So. Cafe latte ward or straight? Really good case Honey cake other kicks. But if cafe lesser wants to give me a free Honey cake in return for this. I am open to bribery. Okay. That ease it for this week's podcast. Join us next
"ninety minute" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Is Jaime and Brienne it's that was the most of I will never stop loving the torment brand interaction that's those interactions, and I like I like the interactions between the hounded aria, which we saw another one too. That was and then BarrOT coming exac with I just I I really want torment to survive. I just want more of it. Yeah. Like he is as far as secondary characters. Go far away, my favorite great show. Awesome show last night. I I have enjoyed both of them. It's you know being up with family. Over the weekend. A lot of people are into the show, and I still overwhelmingly more people than not just did not like episode one. I thought it was fine. And I thought last night was even better. I saw the one thing I did see a few times, which I wouldn't necessarily disagree with if you made the like if you had combined these two into one ninety minute episode. I think and you felt that would be better. I'm not going to really disagree with you there. But I would at the same time saying I want some of the buys buys it next week. Okay. So grey worm? I think theon I think Brienne probably by the on because he's the closest to. Anytime. He's going to go brand he's going to protect I think anytime you had those pissing off scenes at least one of those people are going to die. I think Brienne net. Like that is the peak of brands. There's nothing left. Really? She's probably gonna sacrifice yourself to same Jamie. That's kind of my my thought there so brand bites that I think when Surprenant injured. Dies wouldn't shock me. If pod I think barrack definitely dies. We by the way, where's Braun at this point. He's on his way. Right. Yes. Brought oh, no. He's I think he's Chilin in king's landing. Just got the offer to go kill Jamie and Tyrian. It was a if they survive the nor. So I think he's supposed to be kind of in the middle somewhere. I think there's a shocking death next week. It's going to be somebody big because it's so thrones to do it. If someone big dies. And I'm going out on a limb here, I don't expect it here. But if someone really big dies, I think it might be Narus. I think will if I actually thought about that. But I also think you're right about brand that are basically is reached the end. I don't think that would be a big big. If you're talking about big like here. Here's who doesn't die the people that don't die next week. There's no chance that Jamie dies. We still the Jamie Tyrian Percy thing is still to come. Yes. I on the road. And by the way, one one point from last week that I forget if we made off off the podcast or not is that, sir. She was drinking wine with your on. Now, if she's truly pregnant it may be an indication if she wasn't really pregnant that may have been an indication that she's lying about the pregnancy. And she's full Jamie and everybody else again Tyrian Jamie right now last night's or still buying that. She's and they specifically said that they still buy it once. Once the white walkers are taking care of once the army of the dead or taken care of. That's when you get into this whole, how will Jamie react to fighting his sister with his child, right, right? There. One more. I did see one theory that I kind of I don't necessarily buy. But as far as you know, after this scene like everything down south is going to feel like a little bit of a letdown. What I don't think. So I think so I think I think in some ways, it's more interesting. He gets into it. But how do you do three episodes worth of enough? I feel like especially when you may have a setup episode another set up it would be a setup going south riding pushed here's a theory that I kind of liked so we didn't see the Nike at all yesterday. We saw kind of the line of white walkers. But we didn't see the Nike when we king you think might kings, the mad king..
"ninety minute" Discussed on EconTalk
"Modern polling started have ninety minute conversations with people than when enough people got telephones. They started making phone calls. Well, not enough people have landlines anymore. So that kind of polling is is has fallen by the wayside. But now actually don't have to ask anybody anything, you can just find out, you know, what they believe through the acquisition of of of their search history, and whatever other forms of data that you can collect and pay for but even before the door to door pulling how. Campaign's knew how a neighborhood was going was there'd be neighborhood workers precinct workers neighborhood by neighbor who who would kind of go door to door. They'd go to the bar. They go to the PTA meeting. They go to the playground. They go to the coffee shop. They would just kind of canvas the neighborhood in teams or one on one and spend endless hours talking to people. So that kind of Chit chat of the campaign worker was replaced by the pollster just going to a statistically Representative sample of the population, which was replaced by the polling telephone company making a few phone calls of statistical, and is now doesn't exist anymore at all. But think about this glue the incredible social and political glue that going back to the star all those workers going around to the playground and talking to at the school bus stop or going to the grocery store and standing outside asking voters questions those conversations. That's what holds a political community together. It says end those endless. Showers. It's like the man on the street interviewing that kind of you know, a certain kind of newspaper used to do all the time to get rid of. How might go out a lot of people are just talked people on the street kind of Kermit the frog and his trenchcoat with microphones and Sesame Street. Like that was a thing that that people did that that kind of political conversation, which is like, what do you think about that? We don't do that because everybody's tweeting. And there's date just gathered by campaigns. That's a piece of a kind of operation about political change that I find very striking because that's a lot of hours of of face to face political conversation lost and what's replaced it. He knew as say get can often be very edifying. Is there a lot to learn from it? But it's not the same thing. My guest today has been Jolo poor. Her book is these truths. Her coming book. Is this America the case for the nation? Thanks for being part of a contact. Thanks a lot. This is econ- talk part of the library of economics. Liberty for Mauri? Contact econ talk dot org where you can also comment on today's podcast and find links readings related today's conversation..
"ninety minute" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Why he didn't think that it's like he's like, I'm vampire hunter? I don't know my pass, here's his family vampire hunters. I should probably fuck the girl. I would be like as a jets were related. This. Probably the family. I don't know about a fucker later. That's crazy. Right. Fucking van Helsing bad health. Is two and a half hours. So long this it should they had an end it was ending. Starting to make it a ninety minute movie. He's hubris. How dare you fly? So close to not the sun, the mummy, the mummy come out. Let's see. I wonder like. Yeah. Yes. This on the back of the mummy. Yeah. Who knew Brendan Fraser was the thing that was making that shit work. None till he's gone. You're like, wow. Really? Fake that brought it all the gather totally. Oh, gosh. I would've loved it. If they'd linked these movies up if Brenac frame Q Jack minute arrived in a movie together. That crossover other that Indy moves place. Really? Monster gods. Wait, no, gods of Egypt. Great movie, just kidding. But that is this is like a movie like that. It's a movie where it's like. Then everything happens like, not just one thing. It's it's just nonstop. I wrote at like, I think it was like a half hour Mark that it feels like everyone involved in this movie was hitting the head with a brick. About that time can everyone fly like. Understand why everyone can. Flies. So I'm just realizing we're talking to it's like, so. All right. So. Frankenstein was in Transylvania. But then Dracula was in an ice world that opening knows where no sense, right? That makes again, why fuck up the one thing that we know. Where's Dracula Transylvania no ice world that Amir fucker? Where he is. Nice world like that's nothing about van. But nothing about dragging eat needs to be. And then everything fucking castle was nice. Like, here's the thing in ice. Let's put Frankenstein in ice cube. That was so silly looking. Little head helping. So sad the whole tie-break inside. He's the only person that understands the move. Yeah. At the get me out. Boarded away in the end, right? Gyp awaiting this. Futile. And then he was sort of like. Here's why I don't understand why anyone uses horse carriages pedal boards, and the horses jumping this movie or those horses supernatural Transylvanian horses. Those take her Hort says over broken bridge, the regular what's up in that scene. Meanwhile, Frankenstein still afraid of fire. The fire out. But didn't seem like he knew that he was afraid of fire until he saw that moment. Right. Well, he'd also been around for a while. And the windmill was on fire. His strength made. No sense. What his role in the movie like how did he he would? He was he was the missing. Agreed. He was the battery put the lightning through to charge. The execs which is just out. Oils. Frankenstein's tech babies just blow up on their pop after? They could recreate the every animation of Frankenstein. But without his literal body and his body with dies the science. Creatures that were like baby beings. Beans that were running around palooza things those. Yeah, kill. Don't like watching as drac. Remember when the first of the bride's dies and Dracula it's the upside down griefs, I'm seeing. Wasn't how come she wasn't immortal. And everybody's got her in the heart with a thing with fewer hung. Dipped is is is crossbow in holy water zapped with that she dies. They're all like, oh, no dies. But they take time to really show her pain. Shit. Right. Register then she will this shit, right? Here is straight..
"ninety minute" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"ninety minute" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"That was kind of fun. Even though I lost the case, we might do that every couple of weeks, judge, Jane, and you can keep it. Needs to be decided. It's not always going to be marital stuff. You know? I I know when I brought this up to Carol Hughes actually supposed to stay in here. And I think see she got busy with stuff. But. To have with you with me. Yeah. There's no doubt basically everybody wants to. Yeah. Mediated disputes with really. But that's okay. Well, you want to have a coworker disputes? There would be probably quite a few of those around here. Right. With me. Yes. Yeah. We could actually don't give you that. Look. Hey, how about by the way? He's back. I know hugged him already zipper how close to his jock because he's still sore the stitches just came out, so wow, sorry. Dave he was out for four weeks. So I thought that he had the baby. Wow. Couple of things to wrap up here. We have Jay pharaoh coming in here used to be on SNL. He's doing standup helium tonight tomorrow Sunday. So I cannot tell you, gene. I don't know where you are with true detective, but I'm so disadvantaged. I'm not gonna tell you anything other than the fact that are you telling me of downhill, I'm just I'm saying the last three episodes for me. We're very disappointed. I love the way it started and taking nothing away from her Shali. I still think he's gonna win Emmys Golden Globes and critics choice awards next year. But I just kinda got disappointed in the way that it wrapped up. I'm still watching. I didn't get back to the arena baba thing. I've watched to those. Yeah, that's been really good. And then the other thing the next thing on my list on Netflix is what is it? Call -ducted in plain sight I've seen. Okay. So that's worth seeing right is an absolute must and that's not a series. It's a it's a documentary. But it's like a one one ninety minute thing these people, and what it was was a neighbor who had basically inserted himself into this family abducted their daughter and. Like, basically turned her into his girlfriend, and I mean, it's creepy styles. What I've heard and what's amazing to me. Is these were good people? They were not yet. Were there things that maybe some red flags I mean, but when you weren't where's it from? Where's the story from I forget I'll have to look it up. But but you can understand more. How it could happen? Yes. Were there were there red flags possibly looking back? Absolutely. But it was a different time a different place. And what is amazing is? They're incredibly honest about what they went through and the girl who was objected very honest about how this all went down and so on, but it is a very important thing for people to see on how like predators. Groom their victims and the people around them to orchestrate okay, what they want brings us to the next point. The one thing that we're going to do number one song here early because jas coming in here to to make us laugh, but. I've been seeing the interviews, and I'm gonna tell you what to watch it just because I have curiosity. I'm concerned about the credibility of the witnesses. But I've always thought that Michael Jackson was deadling. Young boys have an appreciation for his town. Are you gonna watch the documentary on HBO Sunday night, all of his fascination with that trial? And I never felt like all of it came out. Have you seen the interviews with the two guys are on CBS this morning? The last couple of mornings, you know. The problem is is that those guys for years and years denied denied denied even when they were into their twenty s now they were asked about that by Gail on CBS this morning, and they said, look they were worried about their careers, and what would happen, and I guess, that's understandable position. But I've heard very interesting things about this documentary. So I will go and watch it with an open mind on the other hand of the spectrum. Did you watch that documentary after he died with what was that thing called with the stage show they were going on tour? Remember, they couldn't do the tour, and then they did the movie that showed behind the scenes of the dancers. And that was that was really unbelievable because. Paradox between the amount of talent that he had. And I still think a lot of people, and I don't want to give him a pass. But also don't know exactly what happened. And I don't wanna if he's a pedophile. He's a pedophile because I've seen him in concert. He is was one of the most talented entertainers in my lifetime in history in history. And and but then I'm like, yeah. I still feel very squeamish about what could have happened there. And so, you know, and I think there's a whole generation of people who don't remember how that sort of went down. And so it's easier to ignore. But yeah, I'm torn about it because he was incredibly talented. We're going to check that out. We'll talk about it next week. Let's do this.
"ninety minute" Discussed on The React Podcast
"So what I like to do is use a timer. And I say, okay, I'm gonna give myself like ninety minutes to get this block of work done. And I've for me, I found that ninety minutes is the right? The right rhythm. Other people use the Pomodoro technique, which I think is like twenty five minute bursts. My partner uses sixty minutes, a friend of mine uses forty five because he's got like ADHD until he can't sit still for that long. But you know, he's very productive for forty five minutes. And then he needs to go do a lap. And then he can come back and do forty five more. So for me, I usually do three to four ninety minute blocks day and after each ninety minute block all stand up a Cup of coffee. You know, maybe walk around the block do just do something to get my mind off of the work, then come down start the timer again and do it again. And whenever I stick to that schedule. I'm significantly more productive. So this specific amount of time doesn't matter as much as just sticking to the schedule it. Yeah. Because like, so if you're going to work on something, and you say. Need to work on this thing. And that's it. Then you're working on the thing. But also Twitter's open also slack is open. And also, maybe you'll just look at your Email row quick and in so there's no urgency to get it done. But if you say, I'm going to spend the next block of time, then you kind of have a carrot and a stick thing like I need to get this done and my reward for getting it done is that I get to screw around on Twitter or I get to like go have this snack that I wanted. You know, you're no longer like bringing years next year desk, and then pretending to work while you like eat, you know, so and that's a that's a big problem for me. Specifically is if I if I'm not blocking time, I tend to say like, well, just kinda work on everything casually. But if I block time, then it works to quench, which is you know, is gonna come into play here on the one of the later things. So then the third point is to frontload all of your important stuff. And what I mean by that is like willpower has been shown to be kinda depleting resource as you work throughout the day. Way your ability to say, no to the easy way out get significantly lower. You know in the beginning in the morning when I wake up you have a lot of mental energy to dedicate to like a big bad task. Right. So high school coach of mine used to say eat, the biggest frog I like if you got to eat a plate of frogs eat, the biggest frog I get it out of the way. And that's kind of the way that I've always looked at it. If you've got some like one major task for the day, do that first thing don't have meetings. Don't check Email. Don't get on Twitter. Just sit down at your desk. Do that task or put at least like one solid block of work toward that task before you do all the things that distract you before you have your meetings in your your Email? The these micro decisions that just take a little bit of your willpower little bit of.
"ninety minute" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"You think they'll do wristwatches wristwatches back. There's a lot of other productions. You realize just how great crashing 's team is. You have dedicated people like there's only job is to make sure that clock is not only job, but then it's going to be a right fucking cloud, which is pretty exciting. We did a great job. Thank you. The. I can't believe we've been talking for ninety minutes. Nice. Well. Maybe we should talk about music again. The ninety minute Mark. We usually get in the meaning of life, but we will talk about music in this. Unfortunately, I'll keep us to that even though I love talking to, you could talk to you forever. That's an overstatement. You seem like a fact guy, so I don't want to be too high. Her Bolus, yeah, pedantic, yes. You know, who's been Antic in veteran. He I don't know if you noticed man, shit, yesterday hungry. I could eat a horse. He'll stop. You really can't. He can't help them sell horses, like nine hundred pounds or really can't help myself. I got up this morning like he want. That's got one of those brains were using no. I told them they told him I was thanking him for having for helping us with the War. I said that we literally couldn't have done it without him. I can't believe which I met. Yeah, and he said, thank you. Thank you for letting me know you don't know the meaning of the word literally. That is everything. Can't believe you all. Tell me that visited more evidence that we believe is true, and that makes me happy. And I said, no, I meant literally figuratively Wayne figuratively couldn't have done it without you, but you do mean it. I did mean literally you couldn't have done it that well, couldn't have wanted the modifier like that without you right. Like that. But also there was the, it was a high stress situation and Kenneth been working together for a long time, and we generally know how to get things done, but also we can go off the rails with each other and Wayne's presence and like just attitude and. Just the corralling of the whole circus of the whole thing. Yeah, he's was. Yeah. I mean there there might have been like actually missed cues. You know, not being on saving. We were supposed to be like, things could have acted around. Yeah, literally would not not just like it wouldn't have been as funny like might have Wayne. I'd have not happened. So thanks Wayne. Now we're man literally. Well, let's just say we don't not talk about it. It sounds like you're Jewish raised Jewish, not observant. Unobservant modern man. Yes, but a lot of my philosophical theological and spiritual thinking is informed by the Allah g. and philosophy of Judaism. You enjoy the vocabulary and the symbols? No, no, not to symbols. I don't enjoy the symbols. I find some of the cabbie Larry useful, but mostly there's just been some minimal exposure to like the mysticism and the. For three thousand years. All Jews have wanted to do is sit around and talk about the thing I think we're about to talk about for the next thirty minutes and write it down and then and then they're back. Their kids grew up reading what they wrote down and arguing about if they were right or not..
"ninety minute" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Then gets you the particularly dark and cold skies the then makes the rest of the observation possible that's right it gets us to dark skies if you think of hubble again so the problem with hubble it's in a ninety minute orbit and actually a large part of that orbit it's an earth daytime which makes it really hard to observe the night sky searching for planets then you pointless at a patch of the sky is that right you'll have hundreds of stars in that patch something like that and you're waiting for one way more more and more it's not just a patch but each test camera has just for numbers twenty four by twenty four degrees but there are four cameras and the cameras are aligned so that they cover a strip of the sky ninety degree by twenty four degrees so if you think about like the sky is being like a celestial sphere it takes us one strip of the hemisphere and it's gonna tile the sky with each strip and in each of these socalled segments there are untold number of stars actually there's almost uncountable number probably millions however we in advanced choose a special set of stars on the order of twenty thousand that we have a two minute cadence and we downlink the data around those stars sounds to me like the astronomy par getting these pictures of these stars is one big but you're going to download an enormous amounts of data which will then be analyzed and in a sense the this launch window that you have next week so you're going to be the start an awful lot of work an awful lot of work but thanks to the pioneering kepler space telescope it's not brand new pioneering work anymore but yes it's definitely a lot of work than we keep getting stories from cat plus that they found an earth like planet something that small it's around right kind of star all their several planets you'll just gonna push that even further with the conde detail you can get all we are let's put it this way we don't know of any earth like planets yet we know over size planets we know of maybe a few planets that may be a little more massive than earth but if you want to ask yourself what is like you might mean that.
"ninety minute" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Ninety minute workshop on the mysterious fast radio burst that uh the head of the astronomy department at harvard hypothesize this could be alien lights speed craft there's been new information uh that is even considering an ancient aliens panel ufo panel a ninety minute workshop on the mysterious fast radio burst that uh the head of the astronomy department at harvard hypothesize this could be alien lights speed craft there's been new information uh that is even confusing that picture more and i'm doing a two hour posts khan workshop on the military whistle blower revelations that i have been receiving for the last year about ufos in an alien presence it's quite fascinating and then back the back i leave la and go hutu phoenix uh four though it four dow resort and uh in scottsdale where uh the ufo congress uh we'll be holding their event and there's going to be um a tremendous number of different facets that our current to the infrared video and uh all of the things that have been happening in the last month and again i'm going to be concentrating in my own work on military whistle blower revelations that i have and then um we all are there is a bunch of us who have been going to the uh annual ozark ufo conference each springs he'll be thus 31st the two more students her family kept it going again yeah after liu farish uh who was one of the unsung heroes in the field and they are um doing this april thirteen to fifteen th self february it is conscious life expo backed it back with uh uh were there fourteen to eighteen and then i am in phoenix for uh the uh congress uh the 14th i'm sorry say to that correctly i'm gonna be at the conscious life expo in los angeles february nine through twelve then there's a break and then i'm in phoenix the.
"ninety minute" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"That law sentence a lack of developments surrounding jared letters villain yes i felt i had to believe he was the controller of this to stop here wrought yet he screen time was minimal to the use of out it was around the ninety minute mark when i found myself thinking i'm really enjoying this causing his ace individuals a fantastic wait a minute isn't harrison ford supposed to be in this he felt crowbar deon used only as the glued to peace the plot together in hindsight i would have been much happier with just gosling played run a set up film first followed by a separate big bad gosling for team up afterwards reports catch here the polka zoology will i'll do these area in louie you say what you have to say and nail cockbain how paul is the security in the lapd station a woman a replicant walks in mud is a member of staff probably highly respected coroner's laposi although she walked seen with full access clearance because of who she is she walks out without any issue after leaving him lying with the broken spine the same repre can returns day or two later proceeds to murder a high ranking police officer once again walkout without any she this feels so wrong waiting this stuff out by the way i'm so sort of oh i see sir i was i was assuming that the first the first since you referring to is the second into new fairness or mutton mistake i stand correct do they not have security cameras does nobody think to say to members of the police force if this replicant he spotted let us know also tackled isn't to replicate busy he separately not he is okay might be no no he's definitely now is says neil.
"ninety minute" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"The law sentence a lack of developments surrounding jared letters villain yes i felt i had to believe he was the controller of this to stoke pierre wrought yet he screen time was minimal orca to the use of decadent it was around the ninety minute mark when i found myself thinking i'm really enjoying this causing his ace individuals a fantastic wait a minute isn't harrison ford supposed to be in this he felt crowbar deon used only as the glued to peace the plot together in hindsight i would have been much happier with just a gosling played run a up film first followed by a separate big bad gosling for team up afterwards the reports catcher the polka so i'll do all do these area in louie you say what you have to say and nail cockbain how paul is the security in the lapd station a woman a replicant walks in mud is a member of staff probably highly respected coroner's level although she walked seen with full access clearance because of who she is she walks out without any issue after leaving him lying with a broken spine the same repre can returns day or two later proceeds to murder highranking police officer once again walkout without any she this feels so wrong waiting this stuff out by the way i'm so sort of oh i see sorry i was i was assuming that the first the first since you referring to the second into new flooring these much modesty i stand correct do they not have security cameras does nobody think to say to members of the police force if this replicant he spotted let us know also out isn't to replicate busy he has separately not is okay might be no no he's definitely now is says neil.
"ninety minute" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The implicated rig lou two of the great hong kong actors tony leung and maki chogm they play married people who spouses were having an affair and they live in basically their neighbors and discovering that a fears they just come to know each other with their try not to be like their l like their spouses and be unfaithful so there drawn to each other but never quite getting together seize every single moment is designed in a way i think what's most striking to me watching these days is how maggie chunks character wears thirty different outfits in a ninety minute film she hit and they are all beautiful it's called the chongsanri mitch which is a kind of traditional chinese dress and not only is the outfit she's were beautiful but the color of that outfit is linked to the color palette of what you're seeing around you mm what's most striking probably about in the mood for love is that there is a theme song when you hear it played calls up an entire world of feeling both the feelings that the character several your own feelings as you're watching these extraordinarily attractive people moving through these settings were there living in a slightly grati but stylized hong kong but there dressed beautifully because the dream of something bigger than where they're living and when you hear this music in its haunting music it will for ever come back to you what this movie looks like in feels like in what you felt like when you're watching all of this is done john in the style that so you sicle in poetic it's glances and movements it's not talk easy it's almost like a ballet in fact was leader turned into a beleived was performed in shanghai my personal favorite of his films and what i have a crush on is a film from 1994 called chungking express and it is i think the loosest freeze most alive romantic comedy probably the last 40 years it's basically two stories in in each.
"ninety minute" Discussed on WCTC
"They are going to be doing a ninety minutes sat and ninety minute yana traditional celtic and irish music and i've definitely worth catching they're they're absolutely fabulous and of course we have the atlantic watch pipes and drums as well i'm sitting here we've got an obama rather a player so funny about eurobonds his that i look at the ten they forecast sunday zeman i mean it's amazing you are so it's like every time you come in here we always at the weather whether further ali at it's always it's always great always great i very very fortunate mother nature has been very good tomato and a half minutes it's unbelieva the sunday they say he's going to be the best it's going to be believe that's going to be the 80s yyou low eighty and sunny so you bring a cap of your burglars plan molest perma i was there i met the dela cruz from new twelve the dirty dan i don't know if she's going to be there are these sam this year gave meteorologist will be there always dave cohen less than a couple of other personalities but i'm not sure now that's going to be one of them but i certainly hope so of course they sponsor our events there in a were always happy to have them we appreciate they gave me i won a magnet with see they have like on their table they have i hats europe magnus you have guys to in the wheel when the will and i sprung the wheel and i don't know if a gun anything but i said there they go i go cricket the magnet there were rumors have beheaded then they're really nice people really great and of course he has buried part press is one of our presenting sponsor yes they will be there they've got all kinds of him and what do you call it the reality type gizmos that people can try out and things like that so yeah definitely hats up valery gizmos on extokyo prices go beyond.
"ninety minute" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Local probably yeah yeah it was yeah tens dr terms of scotland on right now time to talk about the reviews portion of a show uh we're gonna start off with the first in a planned a series of films that will bring steven kings magnum opus the dark tower to the big screen at least with the plan because i was thinking suspicion and i will say this i haven't seen that aren't tower yet and i'm a massive stephen king van red everything steven kings ever written including goes we lists and i haven't seen it artillery missed every screening and i've got a sneaking suspicion that i may have thought to bullet which is difficult to do with ruined to shine but so tug targets through this this will does luke is going to is going to go anywhere and i'm a messy now a missing anything saddling now much is at pains me is say this feels like the sort of clift notes version of uh of the stephen king burke which may be was inevitable if you're turning eight very lengthy novels into a ninety minute film but but it's it feels particularly strip to its bones i have to say so i mean the story starts were told that dark tower stands at the inner at the center of the universe holds creation together but it said it can be toppled by the mind of a child a nam were introduced to matthew mcconnahey maninblack and he's trying to use children in a sort of infernal machine to bring the tower down curses villain and then we learned that this is all been part of a vision or nightmare for young at jake chambers his play by tom taylor um and uh he's seeing all these visions of what's going on but of seek can control them doesn't real isn't.
"ninety minute" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Mmm debuted at sundance this year it's a very short ninety minute movie by the guy who directed inked embody saints and peach dragon and i really don't want to say anything about it other than she is a really interesting movie that you should check out if you if you wanna see something if you wanna see kind of a the slow pace character drama the two meditation on time and death and love uh that's like a story so now like right at my alley i think cells amazing so um i'm actually planning on seeing it again taking the fiancee's so uh one of the few movies this year that i've seen twice our that implenting us in 'cause i saw baby driver again this past week as well so that was fun um but yeah a ghost story out in very limited release this week and it's expanding wider to more theaters i think this friday so uh i would recommend anyone check it out i i think it's an actually this is one of those movies that i feel like benefits from using it in the theatre biko is it because it forces you to not leave the theater were not like stop watching it because there's vast stretches of time in this movie you were very little is happening on screen and being forced to sit there and contemplate time as it stretches out in the way that the movies portraying it is i think part of the experience of seeing the movie so it's it's a lot i think it'll be a lot different if you see at home it's it's one of those movies at yeah aden new there's no special effects are explosions but i think it will benefit from seeing it darken theater and just taking it all in one sitting so.