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Fresh update on "ozark" discussed on Income Strategies

Income Strategies

00:31 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ozark" discussed on Income Strategies

"In that Yellowstone? Yeah. Okay. You butterflies every show got it. This really cool thing about it is a guy that I've like I've told you about before West Texas country is Ryan Bingum. I saw him on Austin City limits about 10 years ago. I love is love is twanging and how he sings. I love West takes this country and I started following bought a couple of albums. He is on the show, like comes in about the third for Fish show, and he's only has a role. He had the lead guy, But he sings on the show The song that all this is Annette Netflix show are I think it is no, I think it's on Paramount. Paramount is what it is. Would have originated on Ah Holly recommend it. It's not a show for Children, but it shows you the beauty of the country. And right now what what Jimmy's talking about and And also I mean, give you a little bit of history and stuff like that. I mean, in impassive ISS ISS obviously. Fiction, But Kevin Costner is a tough old dude in that show. He's got to take it out. When we talk about Ozark on this show, playing at times, another one that you said it's not really, you know, It's not a good kid show. But yeah, it's amazing. Covert nineteen's got us in the TV show. I'm gonna have a watch much TV. It all really have. I dont want to lost. I don't watch much TV ever but, well, Reagan. I'll get on one of these shows. That's good and the drama's good Now I'll try to get to it. Um, but, yeah. How was the show? Man? How's Jimmy? You go back and listen to me. I want to hear like I say he didn't even have to do it with a business lesson of the day. The whole show was I mean, his free room and board. Ah, I like that part of it. You know, living on site today. That's it. I mean, you don't know. I mean any the way he talked about it, I mean, we were joking on him a little bit, but you know, that's probably best time of his life mean Watching that thing grow. He likes telling their stories. You okay? And I always tell you get I get more hear any stories again and stuff on this show. I learned more about people. So God bless us till we get to do the show. I think we're so blessed with who we know how we get this, Hank, hang our hat and talk so Thanks for joining us. We hope you have a wonderful Sunday. Hey, as always, Jimmy Adams will tell you Go do the golden rule..

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Checking Carl fix

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Checking Carl fix

"We've been reporting, Carl Reiner has died. We'll have more coming up in 10 10 wins news. It was one of the biggest hits of the early quarantine. Today, Netflix announced that the show Ozark will return for 1/4 and final season, though that season will be split into two parts. No word when season four will premiere. HBO has signed on for more of this, All right? Yeah, Yeah, good. What you've been up to Ah, you know, just Lamping Lamping like l am P I n g. There's no guillotine. Lamping Lamping. Okay, the network says Curb your enthusiasm will be back for an 11th season star and creator Larry David reacted as expected, he says, believe may I'm as upset about this as you are. One day I can only hope that HBO will come to their senses. And grant me the cancellation I so richly deserve. That was terrible.

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Why Does the Hellbender Salamander Need Our Help?

BrainStuff

03:42 min | 5 d ago

Why Does the Hellbender Salamander Need Our Help?

"Lauren Vogel here. A remote freshwater streams somewhere in the eastern United States the waters cool. There's a reasonably fast current, and the bottom is littered with big flat. Rocks sounds peaceful, doesn't it? What you're imagining is a perfect environment for trout, and for something else to every so often anglers who cast their lines in such places wind up catching North America's biggest salamander. This thing leaves an impression specimens measuring twenty nine inches long. That's seventy three centimeters have been documented and the beefy EST adults way forty five pounds. That's about two to two and a half kilos. These four legged amphibians have compressed heads and torsos, meaning that judging by outward appearance. It thinks someone had squished these critters flat with a rolling pin. Another key attribute is there brown to Greyish skin which hangs noticeably loose around their flanks. Early settlers didn't know what to make of. These guys baffled by their appearance. Some folks began calling them that offers devil dogs or mud devils. The species would receive. Scientific name crypto branches allegany intil eighteen. Oh! But nowadays most people know this strange salamander. The Hell Bender. Hell benders are divided into two sub species northern Arkansas and southern Missouri are the home of the endangered ozark. Hell Bender the eastern hell. Bender has a broader distribution having spread itself across the Great Appalachian region and parts of the Midwest. Though sadly, it also got conservationists worried. Some Amphibians are equally at home on land and in the water, but hell benders are more or less totally aquatic. Their skin absorbs oxygen, pulling it straight out of the water that leaves Hell Benders at the mercy of pollutants and excess silt runoff dumped into their streams by forest. Clearing projects sure doesn't help. One report published in two thousand seven by the US. Fish and Wildlife Service estimated that the ozark hell bender will become functionally extinct by the year twenty, twenty six in less protective measures are taken. As Twenty nineteen. It was still classified as endangered by the US fish and Wildlife Service which said that in some good news, most populations of the hell bender. Endanger of extinction and therefore do not warrant listing under the endangered species, act. To help boost populations of the ozark hell bender. The Saint Louis Zoo teamed up with the Missouri Department of Conservation and established a successful breeding program in twenty eleven. And just last year Pennsylvania reading awareness about this wonderful species by naming the eastern Hell Bender it's official State Amphibian. Maybe such efforts will improve the Salamanders PR. There's a pervasive belief that the hell bender has venomous bite, but this is untrue. The Hell Bender wheeled no venom and spite rumors to the contrary. The Infineon's do not hurt game fish populations. crawfish make up over ninety percent of the hell. Benders Diet, other potential prey items include tadpoles, smaller, Salamanders and small fish. The creatures are most active at night. They spend their days taking refuge under submerged logs or stream bottom rocks,

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Risk versus reward: How safe are popular summer outdoor activities?

Total Information AM Sunday

07:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Risk versus reward: How safe are popular summer outdoor activities?

"Know what are some safe summer activities to do in your medical opinion Dr buckled well hi figura this is the real answer is still I think I'm sure the most conservative the answer to that would be you know it is not kind of minimal contact with others at least you know Gardi contact with others and sense of you know how he can kind of a close knit group of college friends family members where everybody kind of intermingled with each other but not without minimally within a larger community hello that's really where I go with that personally you know I think big mass gathering still are the ones I'm more worried about okay you know as much as I love baseball as much as I love going to the zoo do the other things where there's a lot of people in a confined area and of the most popular times raceday I'd at least to start to start with would avoid now pull my kids out of camps for that same reason you know but I think he's going to a park having a decent distance from others wearing your mask is it's a good kind of way to taking a dip your toe in the kind of getting out but I think any places that they don't have a lot of people or other things very like I think indoor were the ventilation is really unclear or that the practices are in place to really ensure safe distance and safety part of the ones in your precise decide what to do like with us when we call a public phone call I'm I'm nervous about those things not saying that nervousness is right along but I think I think it's just dipping your toes and see how things go and then you'll certainly you know if he will comport it talk about yours that are thinking about this of all right now can a liberalizing what we do people are out city county or loosen the rules as of midday it seems to be so far so good with this and that's reassuring you know we certainly have a bigger depth of knowledge of how the wicker within we did three months ago when we had no idea we had no idea how many people had it or who had it or whether no good reliable faster equipment so you know the draconian measures we took three months ago I don't think we need to go back to that well you go back all kind of business as usual either in terms of our own activities thank you buckle health officials in Missouri say they've seen no new covert nineteen cases from all those lake of the Ozarks pool parties over the Memorial Day weekend what do you think's happening there well two things one is you know it seems more evident that that the vast majority of covert infections occurred at least what we call super spreader so couple examples of this just there in the news and the news is you know the church in creole or a couple cooler affected infected pretty much the whole church about people that she immediately game and and lawn that kind of led to the current bombs there the couple other events kind of throughout the United States where there's a convention or meeting where a number of people got checked and it's usually the the vast surgeon transmissions and so you know the common traits that you know for most part and then you know you can find areas where people are close together to some degree indoor but not all the way yes the soccer match in the internal on without doors but not every event like that costs brought in so you know how I see the thing with the lake of the Ozarks is you know you'll so far again so far so good I'm not I'm not ready to say that you know that nothing's going to happen from there I think if it's a couple weeks nothing happened but he say that we dodged a bullet that being said I think it's still one of the things that just take your asking for trouble that type of circumstance so just because you have a lucky doesn't mean it's safe and I think that's important make that distinction and those people be better thank your lucky stars or you may go to a casino or do the lottery because they got really lucky necklace very very dangerous and then so far so good let's see how it plays out but but you know I I think just taking it didn't happen that should make us all feel safer from that we're talking with doctor Fred buckle Dr buckled it's a slew Kerr general internist at SSM health Saint Louis University hospital let's talk a little bit more about super spreaders Hong Kong university's Benjamin calling did a study that showed twenty percent of cases accounted for an astonishing eighty percent of transmissions we know on average for covert nineteen that one person might spread to two or three others if we weren't taking any actions to try and stop transmission a super sporting event is when a person in fact when you pull that maybe they would do on average so maybe at one person in fact six eight ten more people or even more than that most people that have infected they quite often forty being affected in a super spending event because these things do happen because a lot of transmission in order to have transmission you need a a person who's relatively more contagious and also the opportunity for them to possum inspection to lots of other people it is to some extent and usually what is actually happening enough to keep an epidemic going in to sustain an epidemic I guess the million dollar question is how do you tell who's a super spreader before it's being spread yeah that that is the million dollar question and just just because of my own internet site I just had to say this is proof again of something called the cradle principle which is generally the most natural phenomenon eighty percent of the your evidence you see is caused by twenty percent of of the people read so to like the fact that he said twenty percent or eighty percent of the factions are from twenty percent of the people is is kind of goes along the freely natural phenomenon so that just is kind of interesting that state but you're right I mean going back to the tone for example like that had the potential to be there but it didn't happen for reasons we cry you don't understand the price will never understand I mean that's kind of the magic of nature and how insanely complicated the world level of medicine but you don't know where that is and that's kind of going back to the broader confidence and can lead to this concept of herd immunity is you don't know where that infection starts and it happens at random and things and you think armored urgency in use you Amazon try to kind of intervene and of not being an emergency for reasons we don't know and I can handle the ball two thousand fourteen two thousand thirteen whenever that was pretty prominent you know there is a significant concern and you know we started having case United States but never really scratch and you know you can are you okay with us because of the big public health measures are undertaken the time or may have just been random chance and it's hard to tell you know so can I go back to the point guard the Ozarks you just don't know and I think at this point you're having these massive debts are your adventure a lot of people are in a confined space is just working with danger I don't think we're ready to do that yet once you get some degree of herd immunity that's we know or vaccine and then you have a you know a certain percentage of population vaccinated that's where it really you can say there's some safety in and going out those

"ozark" Discussed on AmigosPC

AmigosPC

05:49 min | Last month

"ozark" Discussed on AmigosPC

"And. We are live. Welcome to the Amigos P C our special guests Kevin Johnson from the ozarks joins us today. Kevin good introduce yourself. Hey guys Yeah Kevin Johnson played Sam on a hit. Netflix show Ozark and before Kobe. You could also see measure friendly neighborhood Uber driver. Yeah that's what I did. Side Hassle Yeah Nice Yeah. How do you like oh? You gotTa tell us some stories? What's what's Your Best Uber? Story you've had. Oh! Wow, There's got to be one. Upfront. Right away low. Yeah, Well, IT'S A. Different I had different strategies like starting out like I had to figure out what the strategy was So I tried like early early in the morning, and just turning my apple when I got in the car and I ended up picking up. This guy. and. He wasn't feeling too too hot when he got in the car. No, Oh, now And this before Kobe or wow, this is way before missiles early on in my uber driving And I was I was taking him to work in a I got to a stop light. well I I dropped him up. He was a hey. Can you drop me off? A CVS I gotTA pick up You know some gatorade or something like yeah, sure man, no problem. So. Drop him off. CBS GETS BACK IN WE START driving. He gets, and he's and we're getting to a stop light, and he opens a door as of coming to stop lights like Oh God. What's going on here? I? Don't know any you know he. puked out so so that was Did you charge them like the mandatory to fifty or whatever it is our? He didn't get in the car. So if you worry about getting you know clean, cleaned or anything like that, so that's one hours. Remember Some light yet people get in the front seat like right away and it's just like this awkward. Or the. Buddy let's go. People ask they'll be like hey, is it cool if I sit in the front seat and I'll be like Yeah, no problem you know I mean 'cause. I don't have a problem. It's just it's just interesting when people just decide to get in the front seat from the get-go. Yeah. So Clinton stories. Has Anyone recognized you since the Ozark? If you've been Uber? As anything that happened like Oh my God. You're saying I know you from somewhere. Yeah, yeah, it happens. It happened quite a bit Sometimes. It was like right away like Oh my God. You're the do from your. From ozark like pick I think. One of the last maybe like. Two three weeks of. Doing Uber in before all this stuff happened. I was picking up somebody at the airport and Him and his fiancee or friends I can't remember but..

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Partygoer at Missouri's Lake of Ozarks positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Partygoer at Missouri's Lake of Ozarks positive for COVID-19

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a party goer at Missouri's lake of the Ozarks tests positive for cove in nineteen health officials in Missouri say a person who attended crowded pool parties over Memorial Day weekend at lake of the Ozarks has tested positive for covert nineteen the Camden County health department issued a public release because mass numbers of unknown people need to be notified according to a timeline released Friday the unnamed resident of Boone County in mid Missouri made stops at a bar called backwater jacks which has a pool dining and pool menu shady Gators and the adjacent lazy Gators the individual tested positive for covert nineteen on Sunday I'm Mike Rossi up

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Partygoer at Missouri's Lake of Ozarks positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Partygoer at Missouri's Lake of Ozarks positive for COVID-19

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a party goer at Missouri's lake of the Ozarks tests positive for cove in nineteen health officials in Missouri say a person who attended crowded pool parties over Memorial Day weekend at lake of the Ozarks has tested positive for covert nineteen the Camden County health department issued a public release because mass numbers of unknown people need to be notified according to a timeline released Friday the unnamed resident of Boone County in mid Missouri made stops at a bar called backwater jacks which has a pool dining and pool menu shady Gators and the adjacent lazy Gators the individual tested positive for covert nineteen on Sunday I'm Mike Rossi up

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Partygoer at Missouri's Lake of Ozarks positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Partygoer at Missouri's Lake of Ozarks positive for COVID-19

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a party goer at Missouri's lake of the Ozarks tests positive for cove in nineteen health officials in Missouri say a person who attended crowded pool parties over Memorial Day weekend at lake of the Ozarks has tested positive for covert nineteen the Camden County health department issued a public release because mass numbers of unknown people need to be notified according to a timeline released Friday the unnamed resident of Boone County in mid Missouri made stops at a bar called backwater jacks which has a pool dining and pool menu shady Gators and the adjacent lazy Gators the individual tested positive for covert nineteen on Sunday I'm Mike Rossi up

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Partygoer at Missouri's Lake of Ozarks positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Partygoer at Missouri's Lake of Ozarks positive for COVID-19

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a party goer at Missouri's lake of the Ozarks tests positive for cove in nineteen health officials in Missouri say a person who attended crowded pool parties over Memorial Day weekend at lake of the Ozarks has tested positive for covert nineteen the Camden County health department issued a public release because mass numbers of unknown people need to be notified according to a timeline released Friday the unnamed resident of Boone County in mid Missouri made stops at a bar called backwater jacks which has a pool dining and pool menu shady Gators and the adjacent lazy Gators the individual tested positive for covert nineteen on Sunday I'm Mike Rossi up

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Missouri health director warns revelers: Virus is still here

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Missouri health director warns revelers: Virus is still here

"A lake of the Ozarks mayor says he has concerns following those viral videos of a huge packed pool party with no social distancing over the holiday weekend the images on social media sparked a national concern over spread of the corona virus something Osage beach mayor John Oliver re worries about these numbers when you go up because again the lake of the Ozarks details KMI's either continue to fall the governor and don't have plans for new rules for July fourth which is always a busy weekend then we're already says businesses are responsible for enforcing guidelines to them you know to figure out how they really knew him as those seen partying in the video from whether it be in state or out of state they have a lot of the the very same guidelines I'm Julie Walker

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Missouri health director warns revelers: Virus is still here

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Missouri health director warns revelers: Virus is still here

"A lake of the Ozarks mayor says he has concerns following those viral videos of a huge packed pool party with no social distancing over the holiday weekend the images on social media sparked a national concern over spread of the corona virus something Osage beach mayor John Oliver re worries about these numbers when you go up because again the lake of the Ozarks details KMI's either continue to fall the governor and don't have plans for new rules for July fourth which is always a busy weekend then we're already says businesses are responsible for enforcing guidelines to them you know to figure out how they really knew him as those seen partying in the video from whether it be in state or out of state they have a lot of the the very same guidelines I'm Julie Walker

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Missouri health officials call for self-quarantine of partiers at Lake of the Ozarks

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | Last month

Missouri health officials call for self-quarantine of partiers at Lake of the Ozarks

"York I jam packed pool party in central Missouri over the holiday weekend has prompted health officials in St Louis to issue a warning they're ordering people to self quarantine for two weeks if they were there like escape general manager Adam Scheel every single employee around the lake of the Ozarks is making sure they're staying clean or staying healthy even if there's a little bit cases novels they're going to make sure that they're taken care of and I'm not spreading

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Missouri health officials call for self-quarantine of partiers at Lake of the Ozarks

Red Eye Radio

00:21 sec | Last month

Missouri health officials call for self-quarantine of partiers at Lake of the Ozarks

"Missouri health director Dr Randall Williams says the corona virus is still here and can cause long term intrinsic effects he says close contact even outdoors can lead to more infections visitors from as far away as Iowa and Arkansas often go to the lake of the Ozarks St Louis area health officials urge anybody who attended that late party to self quarantine for fourteen days A. B. C.'s can't

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2 hairstylists with COVID-19 may have exposed 140 people at Missouri salon

Total Information AM

00:38 sec | Last month

2 hairstylists with COVID-19 may have exposed 140 people at Missouri salon

"Ozarks health officials say dozens of people at one southwest Missouri hair salon may have been exposed to cove in nineteen two stylists and one Springfield Missouri hair salon of tested positive after exposing as many as one hundred forty seven clients and coworkers officials say all those involved wore masks and were advised to self quarantine only if they develop symptoms because the salon kept detailed records of its customers contact tracing was relatively quick after positive testing the facility was closed for cleaning and sanitizing statewide hair salons were closed during the lockdown but were allowed to re open may fourth as restrictions are

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Video shows Lake of the Ozarks packed for Memorial Day weekend

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

01:13 min | Last month

Video shows Lake of the Ozarks packed for Memorial Day weekend

"Far about one year from now what do you think we're going to remember do you think will be more likely to remember the story out of the lake of the Ozarks which is all here's a video of them in a pool all look at all these look at all these young people in their bathing suits in the pool and not socially distancing what do you think will remember on Memorial Day weekend that fifteen people were shot in four people dead including a fourteen year old fifteen year old and sixteen year old what do you what do you think we're more likely to remember it when we go back and look at what was going on around this time it's interesting isn't it because in the grand scheme of things you would think that fifteen wounded for dad on a Memorial Day weekend and that's just from this weekend so far would be more significant because it's an ongoing issue that we have in Saint Louis it's definitely people getting hurt families getting some cases ruined and you we can look at that and say all that's a shame but boy the thing we're gonna remember is there is that one Snapchat video from the lake of the Ozarks is that really more important than the actual problems we're having here in Saint Louis

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Dividend Cuts, Drone Deliveries, and Disney Plus

MarketFoolery

13:30 min | 2 months ago

Dividend Cuts, Drone Deliveries, and Disney Plus

"Happy Monday. I'll believe you if you say it's Monday. They all do together as we have discussed before it's Day I know it's Day and I think it's not weekend. That's that's how I measure the days now not weekend day night. Three categories so Dan. Let's talk some. Gm less toxic dividends less toxic drones and as we wrap things up. Let's talk about something that you just wrote about Disney plus in whether or not it can save Disney stock but let's begin with the market now at the time of our taping here midday Monday all the major indices up slightly in this as part of a month Dan. This has just been an incredible month for the Dow. Snp THE NASDAQ ALL UP. Big having their best month in years so I want to start there as an investor. Are You thinking about this market? Because we have the market just chugging along this month and at the same time we have most states still under stay at home orders so I don't think about the market in the short term and right now. It's so emotional. So if there's a tiny little hint if like a village in Alabama says it's going to reopen a gym the market bounces up in and has a good day Which which I like that that there is sort of an appetite for optimism. Because we've been through such a miserable time that said I'd be looking at companies that are going to do well during this and after or companies that you really liked beforehand that you believe will bounce back when this is over. So I'm not looking to sort of ride out these trends or see what's going on or figuring out where the bottom is a. I think we've got some reckoning left to come but that's just a guess okay. So let's talk about some of those companies. Gm General Motors announcing its suspending. Its dividend and stock buybacks now shares. Gm down around forty percent for the year Dan. Gm has stopped producing cars. It has not yet announced a timeframe for when it will resume production. Gm is producing ventilators and personal protective equipment. What do you make them the GM news that it will suspend its dividends and stock buybacks? Yeah I think it's smart to preserve your cash when you're not selling any product. I understand I got some blowback on the live show from people saying Oh but you know we count on those dividends. I get it but you can't count on a dividend if a company goes bankrupt so I would rather GM stays in business longer puts itself in a situation where it has more cash long and a longer runway because eventually Americans will need cars this will end and people who were putting off a purchase will buy prices are really good so if you need a car it's actually a pretty good time to buy a car But I am in favor of taking being cautious as you can be right now. If you're a company okay. So along those lines I want to ask you about Disney. Disney has taken some heat for not suspending. Its dividend. What do you think yeah? I think it's a mistake. Look Disney's in a good position in terms of their available cash but they've also borrowed quite a bit of money. I mean. They borrowed the money for the Fox purchase. So to be paying cash. When you're not operating it seems like an artificial way to prop up your stock price. And I'm just not concerned about Disney's stock price in the short term. I'm I'm guessing. Executives are who often have bonuses tied to Stock Price? Okay well we're GONNA talk more Disney at a bit. But first I wanNA talk about a new development in the world of social distancing. Ups on Monday announcing that CVS and ups will start using drones. Yes drones next week to deliver prescription medication to the villages retirement community in Florida. Now Dan you are in Florida. The villages is the biggest retirement community in the country now. The drones will drop off prescriptions to a location near the community and a truck will finish the delivery. So this isn't door to door but this is going from. Cvs to somewhere near where people live. Yeah I mean. They've been testing this it. I think it's actually in Virginia in some rural town with the idea that you could bring prescriptions right to the door and you're gonNA see combinations of this and Robo trucks and other things delivering but the villages a unique place. These are generally stand alone homes or row houses And it's an entire community over one hundred thousand people that are all at least fifty five plus generally a lot older. So there's a lot of reason to minimize contact for these people. But I'm not entirely sure how drone to a truck to the door. Minimizes contact that. That seems to be the same amount of contact of driving the truck to the community and bringing it to the door. I it's a little strange for me but that said I think you're GONNA see Niche use of drones doing things like this drone isn't going to like bring you a Burrito and put it in your hand but it might leave your cvs box at your door or on your balcony or some other location if you live someplace. That isn't densely packed city. Okay so when you look over the next five to ten years in someone who studies the retail landscape when you look at the role of drones are you bullish or bearish. I know you say they're not gonNA be delivering burritos. But what's the role going forward? It's going to be niche. It's going to be filling. It's going to be a supplement in rural places where it doesn't make sense to send a truck it might sense and it's obviously state ver- to send drones but I don't think New York City or Alexandria. Virginia wants a sky filled with drones. That seems like a recipe for disaster. So they will be used. They will have a place but drones are much more likely to be used and are being used by say Walmart in a warehouse to take inventory. That is a much safer. It's it's it's not gonNa hit a you know a random person walking by. There's going to be a lot of commercial uses for drones but it isn't going to be to replace the Pizza Guy. Okay and no beer and wine up. Maybe some here in wine but probably I don't WanNA drone delivering a wine bottle. Have you ever had to why not if you're stairs? It's not fun now. That just seems fraught with issues. I mean I don't. I don't think you could do that. You know what daretodream dare to dream of a day and let's Talk Disney. We talked a little earlier but I want to talk about a few different developments here including something you just wrote about but first Disney today announcing big plans for May fourth now may fourth They will begin. Streaming Star Wars. The rise of skywalker. That'll be two months earlier than they planned. And then Disney also announcing that the final episode of the Clone Wars and the first episode of the mandatory and documentary will be available on May fourth so with all that in mind. You just wrote a piece this weekend. Dan Entitled Canned Disney Plus Save Disney stock. So can it. Yeah and. That's a very melodramatic headline I will. I will put out that. The goal of headlines are to get readership because I actually believe Disney. We'll be fine. It's other businesses. We'll be okay but what I want to really point out is. People are underplaying. Just how BIG DISNEY CAN BE A? When they last reported they went from ten million to fifty million subscribers that wasn't even based on corona virus growth that was based on adding a few new countries like eight or nine countries. Netflixing one hundred eighty one hundred somewhere in that ballpark. Disney plus is probably at seventy five million. Now wouldn't shock me. If in year there at one hundred twenty five one hundred fifty million and their cost structure is dramatically lower than Netflix. Netflix has to produce like two hundred series of quarter and throw them at a wall. They have to pay huge money to comedians. A Disney can pick and choose a few series based on its named intellectual property. You're GonNa Watch the new show starring one of the avengers. You're going to watch a new STAR WARS SHOW. You'RE GONNA watch when rise of skywalker is released. They don't have to spend the money. Net flicks does. This thing is going to be a cash cow quickly. Okay so I want to ask you more about that. And specifically the net flicks piece of that when you talk about their cost structure. How long can net flicks play that game? They're going to have to play that game. It lessens as they get into every market and they've localized content. They don't have the expense of having to record dialogue and new languages. They'll have some shows in each market. Eventually they're in a position where they can may be cut their contents bent in half but their content spend six to eight billion dollars a year whereas Disney pretty much everything Disney puts out on Disney. Plus that's original to the service is going to be a guaranteed hit when when you're watching a show in the Star Wars universe. It is not a big surprise that star wars fans. Watch it So Disney is really in a position where they can keep costs under control there also in a position where they can raise the price pretty easily six ninety nine a month. That's a great introductory price. But do you really think families are going to drop it if it goes to nine ninety nine over the course of the next three years Netflix too. I think can go up to about nineteen ninety nine and that will help some of their deficit but these are the two winners in the space and for Disney this is going to be its biggest segment. Maybe as soon as as well this year it'll probably be its biggest segment because others are closed but in a normal year this will be Disney's biggest segment if not in two thousand twenty one possibly almost certainly by two thousand twenty two and Dan Netflix. Still growing like a weed for the last quarter. They added almost sixteen million subscribers. So one hundred eighty three million subscribers now for Netflix When you look in as we're talking here we're talking about Disney on Netflix. Do you think there's room for both Disney plus and Net flicks to succeed over the next five to ten years or if this were wrestling is essentially a cage match. Were only one of them. Comes OUT ALIVE? No these two already one. It's a case of whether there's a market for HBO Max and Peacock and all the other services out there. Those are going to be harder cells but remember as people cut the cord and they're still eighty something million Americans who pay for cable. That's a hundred to two hundred dollars comes available to some of those people already have netflixing Disney plus so they'll probably dabble in ad one or two secondary services. But I think right now. This is a battle for the bronze medal. I if somebody can establish themselves in third place. That's a strong position to be in. I'm SORTA not counting. Who which is a Disney owned property because who was gonNA get bondholders by a lot of people with Disney plus and it's probably going to do reasonably well and be a driver for Disney. There's not a of original content being produced on on who so it's not that biggest spend But Yeah Disney a net flicks have have already lapped everybody. What about Amazon? Should we include them in the Disney Net flicks discussion? How many shows do you watch Amazon? you know we. I think we we watch a fair amount on Amazon prime. I think really I forget it exists Amazon is the Ebay of streaming services. How you know you forget. They exist and a lot of stuff. That's really hyped. When you actually dig into the research and find out how many people are watching it. It's like three hundred thousand people and they have some shows I've been interested in. I hear good things about the boys. I think that's what it's called and generally I've tried a few things on Amazon and nothing has struck. You're not paying for it. I don't precisely see where it's a particularly big value add. Would you cancel prime if they got Yeah No. I'm not cancelling prime. Yeah it makes no sense to cancel prime because right now. I don't know I'm delivering getting deliveries from. I was like four times a day. Like that's I think of something. I go in and put an Amazon Order. And now you have this fun. Amazon of will show up as opposed to previously when it would come the next day so I just don't think it's a relevant service. I don't precisely understand why they pay for it. Frankly okay okay so. I'm going to count you skeptical of. Do you have a Netflix? Or Disney plus recommendation for me. Well if you haven't watched the mandatory and you should absolutely watch the delorean oriented so right that I also on Netflix. This is a bit of a sleeper but I really liked glow It's based on the eighties women's wrestling group very very campy. The original show actually a little dark and vicious really well done. It's one of those things where you could say. Well I'm not a pro wrestling fan. It's not really about wrestling. It's about the relationships between the people And my wife didn't like it so that that's I would say women would like it but in case of my life that wasn't true and my wife really really really likes ozark and I have not been able to make myself watch it yet. Okay Good Ozark and glow there you go okay for our desert poll as we wrap up here over the next five years. You're on a desert island and you have to you have to buy one of these stocks and hold it. So let's go. Gm Disney net flex. Let's throw in. Cvs and UPS Disney without a shadow of a doubt. Cvs would be attractive if they didn't just by a health insurance company which absolutely is is something that makes me a little bit nervous but Disney has the number one theme park brand families are GonNa come back to Disney up. Whenever they put out the next Disney movies avengers Pixar or whatever it is people are going to go see those. I'm not worried about that company in the long term at all. Okay well there. You have it Dan Klein. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me

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"ozark" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

13:44 min | 2 months ago

"ozark" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"I'm inclined to agree with you. I know what the show runners said but she makes a point of straightening the bed. Well why do that? I mean you're the same person that's about to ruin the mill. But I do see your point. That's a very loving gesture to to arrange the bedcovers. I I think she did. And then she through the covers back. If I recall correctly so I think it was. She came in just to maybe sort of lear. Look around and then I think she just was kind of like. Yeah fuck it. And that was it well. Also they used a radiohead song at the end of this first episode. And they also used a radiohead song in the end of season. One Oh okay. So the first episode of season one the pilot so that they're talking we're talking about how there and this is where I got the information that they're actually thinking about season four because Chris said that season three has parallels to seize them one and that season four we'll have parallels to season two. Will the snails were a big part of season? Two yes and I think that were being set up for that. But I don't WANNA get ahead. I don't want to get ahead okay. We did have a lot of listener feedback on this one so the only thing that was sort of open ended with this episode. I didn't feel like it was something that was missing but a lot of people felt like they sort of didn't answer. What happened at the end of season? Two because at the end of season to their offices blown up. And we're all like. Oh my God I'm always like can't they ever get a break and now we assume it's about six months later so I know a lot of people were like wait. What happened. What their office and I was one of them. I mean I I think you put that moment in the offices. Blown up by Frank senior at the end of the season it. Y- that's what you're left with. It's a it's a very big image. It sets up a dilemma and they never resolve it into me offices. Don't get blown up without anyone looking into it. I mean at least possibly even the FBI for terrorism implications so the fact that they just let that go is that to me was the biggest hole that didn't get filled of didn't get filled between a season to season three see. I felt that was answered. Not Outright but answered the fact that they were lying low we we established in this first episode that they aren't laundering. Any money right now and that the mob is involved in the casino business. So obviously what I got out of. It was that was kind of the end result of the building being blown up. I'll put it to this. This agent penny gets killed the guy that he was investigating had his office blown up. Why wouldn't the FBI be all over that? As a matter of logic that would sort of tie the two together and it would bring a lot more. Fbi FBI scrutiny. If something like that happened I mean him. Getting killed is one thing but then the Guy. He was investigating his office blown up that that gets a little bit of attention. I would think I I would have at least liked him to it. Just acknowledged like oh please we just got the office reopened or you know just something. That gives a nod. What happened and they didn't but all right if you're listening if you are one of the writers of Ozark. I hope you're taking notes on this. So you know what to do for season four okay. We're GONNA move onto episode two which was called Civil Union. Why don't you walk us through that when Shannon all right well Wendy goes ahead with expansion plans she loops in Helen and she loops Navarro? She's just becoming very brazen Mardian. Wendy Goto big muddy. The the other casino and try to buy it and sabotages that deal but in the end. Ruth makes it happen. You guys know how. It went down The other things quickly in that episode Darlene invites Wyatt to work for her. Zane her cabin and we meet Ben. Wendy's brother Aaron Helen's daughter Yes so this was probably a big setup episode but I have to say I really Kinda loved the Carl and Anita Story Arc. You know why because they feel like typical ozark people. Not that I know and I don't mean to insult anybody. I've never been to lake of the ozarks but Martin Wendy feel like city slickers really meant Carlin. Anita feel more like that. That's probably what it would be like. They're that's what they would really be like so I enjoyed that dynamic agreeing. Yeah well a couple of things again. I want to comment on from the post play podcast. They said that they wanted to show bipolar in Bannon. A very careful loving way and they said Ben was the emotional lynch pin of the whole season which I totally agree They also say Aaron. Now we talked about you and I talked about Aaron. And how we're like what the Hell is she doing on the show like we didn't like her. We didn't think she was serving any purpose. What they said is her. Purpose was two dimensional allies Helen to make her more real. Jason Bateman said about Helen and Ben. He said to Chris Monday. That was pretty vicious on your part. We know we're going to kill these two so let's make the audience really loved them. Well I don't think I love telling you know but yeah definitely I mean Ben yes. Ben was meant to dementia allies. Wendy which I know. I said that Aaron was meant to dimension allies. Oh okay all right and I think because we always sent I think because I mean in season two Helen alluded to her family in alluded to her children but I think she becomes more complex fuller character with those interactions with Aaron. Yeah but she never came across to me as a loving mother or like there was never a I have to admit. There's not one moment in this entire season where I really felt like. Oh I care about Helen. I'd say maybe when she came over to the Barbecue I was like our Helen and Wendy becoming friends. That's nice and I think that is the only positive feeling I had about Helen. The entire season. If I'm being honest. Yeah I think they tried. You know there's the scene where she tries to punish Erin for when she was down at the beach with the gun situation and all that and I just. I don't feel like it hit home. I don't feel like it was a big success. I think they tried to now. There is the scene. I think it's in this episode where she's driving down with the kids and she has an interaction where there were there Soon to be ex husband where she wants. Yes exactly it felt to me. She wanted the kids to be with her and I could empathize with their desire to have both of her children with her for the summer and she can't end a I got. I felt better in terms of seeing her as a fuller character. Maybe wasn't entirely successful by understand what they were trying to do. I don't know I still have mixed feelings about all of that because again. We've never seen Helen in this context. And we talked about this during the podcast. We never really understood why hell and move to Ozark the Ozark area in the first place right and why she would bring her children when clearly her business was one hundred percent related to the cartel. I don't know it. It didn't entirely work for me and I really didn't like Erin as a character so I don't know that just that just didn't feel entirely genuine to me. Nothing about Aaron did or their relationship to me. It's it struck me that Helen was bringing the kids to the ozarks. Because I think she alluded to the fact or something that she gets the kids for the summer yet and I do remember summer. The summer was going to begin on X. Date as opposed to the father sent out the amber alert. I think she she made it was. She wanted to be with the kids. She wanted to get out of Chicago and have the kids with her over the summer. And that's why she did it because it was really just wanting the quality time she wanted to to be a mom that had quality time with their kids. I mean I got that. I just didn't buy that okay. You know what I mean. You know what I mean and the other thing about Aaron I think we sort of I don't know if it's in this episode of the next one where we learned that you know I on her agenda. She wants to lose her virginity. I felt like that was a little bit of lazy writing. I mean I know why they did it but it felt like we were watching Charlotte all over again Yeah Oh yeah and I thought it was going to be A. I thought when we first met Aaron and she. I said that I remember writing in my notes. Charlotte two point. Oh and I thought at that point that maybe Erin was going to become a more integral part of the business somehow like Charlotte did or maybe go down. The emancipate. I just thought they were going to draw more parallels there on Aaron. Just kind of fizzled out for me. Yeah question of the two of you. I mean this is one of the reasons I really wanted to be on the podcast. Because to get your perspective that thing that Aaron wanting to lose her virginity as if it was some sort of goal on a performance chart that didn't ring true to me but I realized I've never been a teenage girl and having Parsons I wanna ask you is. Is this real? This is this a real thing that a young woman might feel at that age. I mean when I was growing up. I maybe I wasn't that girl so it's hard for me to say yeah. I was going to say the same thing when I was growing up. I would say no. I don't feel like that was a thing at all. You know I remember when it did happen to a girl it was usually you know something you might share with your one. Best friend and it was really serious intense. You know event not just something you playoff for the hell of it because you wanna get it over with but I feel like I have a teenage daughter myself now and just knowing you know. Thankfully she's still very open with me Knowing the things that kids say in the way they talk and the stuff they're exposed to tick tock for Christ's sake. I mean I feel like that may be somewhat accurate today unfortunately injury no I know yeah so anyway. Glad I'm not a teenage girl. Yeah Alright can on tight to mine episode. Three Kevin Cronin was here. How many people Google Kevin Cronin when it came on me and I was like. Oh are you speedwagon. I didn't do when I was waiting to see. I'm like oh well that's GONNA become a parent during the episode. And then it wasn't now my husband was like Duh. I'm sure he knew so. Well in this episode we have. Let's See Quick Rundown Wendy Navarro. Still keep calling each other. I don't know Wendy Convinces Carl the stand up to Anita. There's a hillbilly fistfight. Ben Has some feelings for Ruth we need. Fbi agent. Maya Miller and agent Athens gets Mafia Tommy as a CI Tommy Idiot. I'M GONNA put a pin here about that hillbilly fist fighting what I think it portends for season four. Okay it's very. I think it's very very meaningful. Oh what's going to happen at this? Hillbilly fist fight. This was Wendy. And darlene. Is that what? Yes we're we're MARKELLE. Okay all right so a couple of things that were interesting about this episode. I I don't know why but this season I'm really paying attention to the intentional choices. Here Maya Miller is a woman and she's pregnant she's not only pregnant she's very pregnant and I I mean. Obviously that's intentional. And so you know. I kept thinking like why. Why pregnant woman obviously is for this. The timing the sense of urgency and I think that will that may or may not come into play in the next season as well. I don't know Not to mention that because you guys have been your podcast pointed out that they have to sort of build in a certain time gap to accommodate the fact that the kids are going to be substantially older from season to season. Yes so mainly Jona at this point right right. So what does that mean in terms of Meyer having her baby being on this case her role in season for it's GonNa be interesting to see how they play that. Yeah it will. I predict that's just going to there's going to be glossed over. I predict. That's what I think. Thanks Shannon thing. We're GONNA have to make a leap of faith and we're just going to move on. That's what I think. A couple notes again from executive producer. Chris Monday he said that the time for me to fly cold open in this episode was to set up. Wendy's head space..

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"ozark" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

12:40 min | 2 months ago

"ozark" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"I'm inclined to agree with you. I know what the show runners said but she makes a point of straightening the bed. Well why do that? I mean you're the same person that's about to ruin the mill. But I do see your point. That's a very loving gesture to to arrange the bedcovers. I I think she did. And then she through the covers back. If I recall correctly so I think it was. She came in just to maybe sort of lear. Look around and then I think she just was kind of like. Yeah fuck it. And that was it well. Also they used a radiohead song at the end of this first episode. And they also used a radiohead song in the end of season. One Oh okay. So the first episode of season one the pilot so that they're talking we're talking about how there and this is where I got the information that they're actually thinking about season four because Chris said that season three has parallels to seize them one and that season four we'll have parallels to season two. Will the snails were a big part of season? Two yes and I think that were being set up for that. But I don't WANNA get ahead. I don't want to get ahead okay. We did have a lot of listener feedback on this one so the only thing that was sort of open ended with this episode. I didn't feel like it was something that was missing but a lot of people felt like they sort of didn't answer. What happened at the end of season? Two because at the end of season to their offices blown up. And we're all like. Oh my God I'm always like can't they ever get a break and now we assume it's about six months later so I know a lot of people were like wait. What happened. What their office and I was one of them. I mean I I think you put that moment in the offices. Blown up by Frank senior at the end of the season it. Y- that's what you're left with. It's a it's a very big image. It sets up a dilemma and they never resolve it into me offices. Don't get blown up without anyone looking into it. I mean at least possibly even the FBI for terrorism implications so the fact that they just let that go is that to me was the biggest hole that didn't get filled of didn't get filled between a season to season three see. I felt that was answered. Not Outright but answered the fact that they were lying low we we established in this first episode that they aren't laundering. Any money right now and that the mob is involved in the casino business. So obviously what I got out of. It was that was kind of the end result of the building being blown up. I'll put it to this. This agent penny gets killed the guy that he was investigating had his office blown up. Why wouldn't the FBI be all over that? As a matter of logic that would sort of tie the two together and it would bring a lot more. Fbi FBI scrutiny. If something like that happened I mean him. Getting killed is one thing but then the Guy. He was investigating his office blown up that that gets a little bit of attention. I would think I I would have at least liked him to it. Just acknowledged like oh please we just got the office reopened or you know just something. That gives a nod. What happened and they didn't but all right if you're listening if you are one of the writers of Ozark. I hope you're taking notes on this. So you know what to do for season four okay. We're GONNA move onto episode two which was called Civil Union. Why don't you walk us through that when Shannon all right well Wendy goes ahead with expansion plans she loops in Helen and she loops Navarro? She's just becoming very brazen Mardian. Wendy Goto big muddy. The the other casino and try to buy it and sabotages that deal but in the end. Ruth makes it happen. You guys know how. It went down The other things quickly in that episode Darlene invites Wyatt to work for her. Zane her cabin and we meet Ben. Wendy's brother Aaron Helen's daughter Yes so this was probably a big setup episode but I have to say I really Kinda loved the Carl and Anita Story Arc. Why because they feel like typical ozark people. Not that I know and I don't mean to insult anybody. I've never been to lake of the ozarks but Martin Wendy feel like city slickers really meant Carlin. Anita feel more like that. That's probably what it would be like. They're that's what they would really be like so I enjoyed that dynamic agreeing. Yeah well a couple of things again. I want to comment on from the post play podcast. They said that they wanted to show bipolar in Bannon. A very careful loving way and they said Ben was the emotional lynch pin of the whole season which I totally agree They also say Aaron. Now we talked about you and I talked about Aaron. And how we're like what the Hell is she doing on the show like we didn't like her. We didn't think she was serving any purpose. What they said is her. Purpose was two dimensional allies Helen to make her more real. Jason Bateman said about Helen and Ben. He said to Chris Monday. That was pretty vicious on your part. We know we're going to kill these two so let's make the audience really loved them. Well I don't think I love telling you know but yeah definitely I mean Ben yes. Ben was meant to dementia allies. Wendy which I know. I said that Aaron was meant to dimension allies. Oh okay all right and I think because we always sent I think because I mean in season two Helen alluded to her family in alluded to her children but I think she becomes more complex fuller character with those interactions with Aaron. Yeah but she never came across to me as a loving mother or like there was never a I have to admit. There's not one moment in this entire season where I really felt like. Oh I care about Helen. I'd say maybe when she came over to the Barbecue I was like our Helen and Wendy becoming friends. That's nice and I think that is the only positive feeling I had about Helen. The entire season. If I'm being honest. Yeah I think they tried. You know there's the scene where she tries to punish Erin for when she was down at the beach with the gun situation and all that and I just. I don't feel like it hit home. I don't feel like it was a big success. I think they tried to now. There is the scene. I think it's in this episode where she's driving down with the kids and she has an interaction where there were there Soon to be ex husband where she wants. Yes exactly it felt to me. She wanted the kids to be with her and I could empathize with their desire to have both of her children with her for the summer and she can't end a I got. I felt better in terms of seeing her as a fuller character. Maybe wasn't entirely successful by understand what they were trying to do. I don't know I still have mixed feelings about all of that because again. We've never seen Helen in this context. And we talked about this during the podcast. We never really understood why hell and move to Ozark the Ozark area in the first place right and why she would bring her children when clearly her business was one hundred percent related to the cartel. I Dunno it. It didn't entirely work for me and I really didn't like Erin as a character so I don't know that just that just didn't feel entirely genuine to me. Nothing about Aaron did or their relationship to me. It's it struck me that Helen was bringing the kids to the ozarks. Because I think she alluded to the fact or something that she gets the kids for the summer yet and I do remember summer. The summer was going to begin on X. Date as opposed to the father sent out the amber alert. I think she she made it was. She wanted to be with the kids. She wanted to get out of Chicago and have the kids with her over the summer. And that's why she did it because it was really just wanting the quality time she wanted to to be a mom that had quality time with their kids. I mean I got that. I just didn't buy that okay. You know what I mean. You know what I mean and the other thing about Aaron I think we sort of I don't know if it's in this episode of the next one where we learned that you know I on her agenda. She wants to lose her virginity. I felt like that was a little bit of lazy writing. I mean I know why they did it but it felt like we were watching Charlotte all over again Yeah Oh yeah and I thought it was going to be A. I thought when we first met Aaron and she. I said that I remember writing in my notes. Charlotte two point. Oh and I thought at that point that maybe Erin was going to become a more integral part of the business somehow like Charlotte did or maybe go down. The emancipate. I just thought they were going to draw more parallels there on Aaron. Just kind of fizzled out for me. Yeah question of the two of you. I mean this is one of the reasons I really wanted to be on the podcast. Because to get your perspective that thing that Aaron wanting to lose her virginity as if it was some sort of goal on a performance chart that didn't ring true to me but I realized I've never been a teenage girl and having Parsons I wanna ask you is. Is this real? This is this a real thing that a young woman might feel at that age. I mean when I was growing up. I maybe I wasn't that girl so it's hard for me to say yeah. I was going to say the same thing when I was growing up. I would say no. I don't feel like that was a thing at all. You know I remember when it did happen to a girl it was usually you know something you might share with your one. Best friend and it was really serious intense. You know event not just something you playoff for the hell of it because you wanna get it over with but I feel like I have a teenage daughter myself now and just knowing you know. Thankfully she's still very open with me Knowing the things that kids say in the way they talk and the stuff they're exposed to tick tock for Christ's sake. I mean I feel like that may be somewhat accurate today unfortunately injury no I know yeah so anyway. Glad I'm not a teenage girl. Yeah Alright can on tight to mine episode. Three Kevin Cronin was here. How many people Google Kevin Cronin when it came on me and I was like. Oh are you speedwagon. I didn't do when I was waiting to see. I'm like oh well that's GONNA become a parent during the episode. And then it wasn't now my husband was like Duh. I'm sure he knew so. Well in this episode we have. Let's See Quick Rundown Wendy Navarro. Still keep calling each other. I don't know Wendy Convinces Carl the stand up to Anita. There's a hillbilly fistfight. Ben Has some feelings for Ruth we need. Fbi agent. Maya Miller and agent Athens gets Mafia Tommy as a CI Tommy Idiot. I'M GONNA put a pin here about that hillbilly fist fighting what I think it portends for season four. Okay it's very. I think it's very very meaningful. Oh what's going to happen at this? Hillbilly fist fight. This was Wendy. And darlene. Is that what? Yes we're we're MARKELLE. Okay all right so a couple of things that were interesting about this episode. I I don't know why but this season I'm really paying attention to the intentional choices. Here Maya Miller is a woman and she's pregnant she's not only pregnant she's very pregnant and I I mean. Obviously that's intentional..

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"ozark" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

14:31 min | 3 months ago

"ozark" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"You can find us on twitter or Instagram at Stinger. Podcast and also on facebook. But we have more to say about facebook. That's right that was a good Infomercial voice there. That's right gentlemen back on your tell them what they get shin. Well we have a group. Dedicated does our discussion called ozarks dirty laundry and we have our TV and movie discussion with Stinger. So if you just search either one of those terms on facebook you're gonNA find are group's and we have a huge community. I mean we've got like almost three hundred people in the ozark group now lot of like so far very awesome respectable people having great conversations about Ozark so we would love to. Have you join us? There's only one downside and that is that we have opened the group up for full discussion on all episodes so anything goes at this point and Shannon. I only watched up to episode six. Because as we mentioned we're doing this day by day one episode at a Time. And so we're we're we're taking it slow right so you guys had haggling us or asking. Us questions about like an episode that we haven't watched yet. Forgive us if we ignore you because we're not looking yet because I'm so scared of getting spoiled. I have zero spoilers so far about this season zero other than I did. Read all of the Little Net flicks summaries for each episode okay. I didn't read those. I have had a few spoilers but nothing definitive only mostly pictures. Because as I'm looking for pictures to put into our blogs yes I'm seeing pictures of things which don't always tell the whole story. But I do have an inkling about a couple of things where things are going. That happened to me when we were when I was watching the walking dead now. We're talking not days after it was released but years. Yeah the season to tough. It was amazing how long I went without getting spoiled until I found was that was his name. Hershel Hershel head. Yes yeah. Sorry if you're walking dead fan or you're you plan to become one but enough about that. We are here to talk about OZARK SEASON. Three episode six..

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"ozark" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"ozark" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"You can find us on twitter or Instagram at Stinger. Podcast and also on facebook. But we have more to say about facebook. That's right that was a good Infomercial voice there. That's right gentlemen back on your tell them what they get shin. Well we have a group. Dedicated does our discussion called ozarks dirty laundry and we have our TV and movie discussion with Stinger. So if you just search either one of those terms on facebook you're gonNA find are group's and we have a huge community. I mean we've got like almost three hundred people in the ozark group now lot of like so far very awesome respectable people having great conversations about Ozark so we would love to. Have you join us? There's only one downside and that is that we have opened the group up for full discussion on all episodes so anything goes at this point and Shannon. I only watched up to episode six. Because as we mentioned we're doing this day by day one episode at a Time. And so we're we're we're taking it slow right so you guys have tagging us or asking. Us questions about like an episode that we haven't watched yet. Forgive us if we ignore you because we're not looking yet because I'm so scared of getting spoiled. I have zero spoilers so far about this season zero other than I did. Read all of the Little Net flicks summaries for each episode okay. I didn't read those. I have had a few spoilers but nothing definitive only mostly pictures. Because as I'm looking for pictures to put into our blogs yes I'm seeing pictures of things which don't always tell the whole story. But I do have an inkling about a couple of things where things are going. That happened to me when we were when I was watching the walking dead now. We're talking not days after it was released but years. Yeah the season to tough. It was amazing how long I went without getting spoiled until I found was that was his name. Hershel Hershel head. Yes yeah. Sorry if you're walking dead fan or you're you plan to become one but enough about that. We are here to talk about OZARK SEASON. Three episode six..

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The Best Movie Soundtrack Songs Of 2019 | Movies

The Big Picture

05:24 min | 4 months ago

The Best Movie Soundtrack Songs Of 2019 | Movies

"I have a very special show today later. In this podcast I have an interview with Robbie Robertson one of the founding members of the band a significant figure in movie history as well. Who HAS COLLABORATED WITH? Martin Scorsese over the years. He has a new documentary that he participated in the basically tells the story of his life and the work of the band called. Once were brothers so I hope you'll stick around for that and inspired by that conversation. I had to invite on Ringer Staff Writer Rob Villa. Who is one of the funniest and smartest people I know about music? I Rob She's we'll thank you. It's an honor to be here of course alot rob you write about music and movies at the ringer as well and quite deftly and I think the use of music in movies has always been frankly an obsession of mine and I suspect that you are also a sophisticated thinker about this idea. Is that fair to say? Sophisticated is a strong word. But let's go with your role with your a guy who has a functioning brain that watches movies with music in them. Is that fair to say Aisha's? Amd during sonic the HEDGEHOG. That's the way I would describe my relationship with music and movies me I was that guy I feel like there's a lot we know there's a there's a conscientiousness about choosing songs in movies now because we grew up watching scorsese movies and then the movies of all the people who watched. Martin Scorsese movies and start making movies of their own and so the use of the pop song. We're not talking about score here. We're talking about pop music appearing in films you know what is your. What is your sense of? Who Does it well and sort of what goes into making a good choice for something that's really obvious or really obscure. I think the obviousness I see a lot more in prestige. Tv generally like that's the plate. Like any use of radiohead. Almost across the board. Like I I like a lot of Westworld but just the way that Westworld is uses those pop songs you know the old style piano version of pop songs. It's just you're just sort of leaching off that songs energy like the the cash that it already has and you're just sort of stealing and implanting it into your TV show or your movie like it's there's a difference between stealing a song soul and like taking a song and building a new universe around it like sort of recreating it in re-energizing it it's a it's a great point. I'll never forget the moment I watched the pilot of Ozark. Which is the last the last episode of ours. Ozark that I've ever watched and at the end of it Decks dark by radiohead began playing and I was like. Oh this is that JOE now. I mean no disrespect to say Chris Ryan. Who's a huge fan of that series but actually that choice indicated to me what the creators of the show thought they were doing and it wasn't for me you know it just didn't Didn't click with what despite liking radiohead and Jason Bateman and. I knew that there was a pretentiousness that I was not going to connect with their What do you think makes for a good song choice in a movie? I think it has to be at least a little unexpected. It has to re- contextual. Is it a little bit like I? There are instances where obviousness is what you need and I think there are a few of those and my list here but I I think. In general you need some element of surprise some just more gratuitous are just more surprising way of using it than what you would expect. Do you think it's important to saying something about character or the scene itself or because one of the things that that Robertson said when he and I talked which I thought was interesting was the he really likes the contrast he moments. That's the moment when you take a very sweet song. Said it against a very violent moment or you take a very sweet moment and give it something more braces and that's obviously a hallmark of a lot of the people that are best known for choosing songs and movies you know. Think of Quentin Tarantino or fincher. Scorsese are all these people that I talk about endlessly on this show. Do you think that the that music can play such a profound role in telling a story in that way? I think so. I mean you can go too far in that the phenomenon of every movie trailer now using like a really slow down creepy version of a pop song like you think. Fight THE FI. The fifty shades of grey beyond say series. You know like I suicide squad. I think did that. You know you can go too far in that direction and and just use it entirely as irony like. Here's a really sweet song to contrast with an ugly thing. But Yeah I mean. That's that's sort of an overused tropes at this point at the time in the heyday in the early reign of those people those directors like. Yeah that was a really effective use of contrast. So we're here to do a top five list. You'RE GONNA share your five favorite needle drops in movies and I'M GONNA share my five favorite needle drops. Now I don't know your picks and you don't know my picks you almost ruined this podcast by accidentally sharing those picks and I would like you. I'm I apologize profusely and I apologize for my choices. I think this is going to be yelling at me in the next twenty minutes. That's my concern. You know what my concern is is just being too basic right. There are some things that are sort of undeniably signature moments in movies and music especially in the last twenty to twenty five years when when I think this phenomenon has really picked up. Steam and my choices are not songs that were written for movies. They are entirely songs that had previously existed before the film came along. Is that true for you too? I think in all but one case my number five. That's not true but I think that's an important thing that you have to have a prior. Ideally you have a prior relationship with that song that the movie changes. That's what makes a really good moment for me. Not all of them but that's the platonic ideal. I absolutely love that. I probably have one song that that is out runs an opposition to that idea. But that's a great

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Netflix Announces 'Ozark' Season 3

Ozark's Dirty Laundry

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

Netflix Announces 'Ozark' Season 3

"Ozark season three is coming back March. Twenty seventh twenty twenty. They kept that under wraps as long as possible. Possible and kept. Everybody speculating and they kept a lot of websites in business publishing false information. Yes and so many questions. I mean gene these facebook groups for Ozark fans literally every day. It was becoming a joke with people being season. Three coming out and now now that's using three. He's been announced. There are people posting in those groups. When is season fourteen coming out like just to be funny so yeah. I often wonder in those facebook groups. If some of the writers are secretly in those groups that will be cool. Somebody's gotTa be listening to what people are saying what they're chattering about going on to read it it. I'm sure that happens if I'm sure it

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Julia Garner and Her Curls Are Happily Married to Foster the People’s Mark Foster

Colleen and Bradley

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Julia Garner and Her Curls Are Happily Married to Foster the People’s Mark Foster

"Ozark actress Julia garner and foster the people frontmen mark foster are married hi and I did not even know they were a couple gradually since on top of that I didn't know foster the people's his real name was far I'm like so bright when he got the name so Julia garner should place hi I watch Ozark I can't remember the character's name but she just won an Emmy for playing that role Ozark and if you don't know she's the the cute blond curly hair he's very good on of that show and mark foster foster the people we we hear them on my tiger now that well this we only just learned about this this morning into an Instagram post shared by them the newly weds confirm their marriage with a ring emoji and the wedding date of Friday December twenty seventh the couple had not a publicly confirmed their engagement ever but the rumors swirling inside the circulate they were circling around may that foster had proposed during a trip to Yellowstone National Park the fall like a legit celebrity relationship that's how you do it did get married under the radar you shared after the fact congratulations to them we learned that his last name is actually foster fostered that's the big take away from the story congratulations to them by god yeah yeah I assume foster meant you know like you're a foster the parent or something in your fostering these people that people I thought they were fostering the people with the music press what made a different way you're done you know this and that hello people were talking about the merits

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Modern Time Slips

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:27 min | 6 months ago

Modern Time Slips

"Today. Something a little bit different on this podcast. Generally science is acknowledged as something. Let's say a discovery of something and it can be replicated and therefore it is based in scientific fact and the pseudoscience is usually explained away as a simple single phenomena that can't be captured reproduced. So I have on this. PODCAST is a series of modern day. A or modern time time slips began with a white Ford pickup that pulled up to a cattle pasture near Pona City City Oklahoma. This was early in the fall of Nineteen seventy-one if stopped at the gate. Carl Marc and Gordon worked for cattle feed distributor. Were sent to this remote area to pick up a theater but they found their has kept them silent for forty one years. Carl says we opened the gate. which had barb orb wire with no locks and we entered? We went onto the property which was covered with grass up to in some cases over the truck. They drove through grass. Ask to the tank that sat close to Red Barn and got Outta the truck. We realize the tank was almost half full and too heavy to load. Carl said we. We decided to leave and drove around a Red Barn and there. We saw a large two story White House with no lights in front of us. The trio drove back to the cattle feed company and told the boss. He said he'd drained the tank and they could pick it up tomorrow. Carl says we went back to the location to retrieve the a tank the next night he said this time we decided to go through the old white big house on the hill and we brought our flashlights and shotguns. Just in case they they drove onto the property over the past. They've made through the day before they loaded the tank then they pulled around the bar toward the house what they saw burned into their memories. It was no longer there. Carl said we walked up the hill where it stood and there were no signs of demolition no foundation. There's nothing at all what we all seem to witness the night before was no longer there. We've talked to each other over the years but none of us can explain mine division. Did these men witness a time slip. Time slips have been reported throughout history and English women. Vacationing in France Franson one thousand. Nine hundred one claimed they stepped into the French Revolution. The two couples traveling in Spain in the Nineteen Seventies stated an oddly archaic. The hotel. There was simply gone on their return journey. Physicists like Albert Einstein Michio Kaku and Stephen Hawkins have have all said time. Travel is theoretically possible. Our science just can't achieve it but what if nature can another example the light in the sky shown shown white far from the Greens and the reds at Jigsaw during the Aurora Borealis of two thousand four visible in North America as far as the Lower Midwest West Jake fifteen stood outside his parents home in the lake of the ozarks Missouri around ten PM. Twenty eighth of May leaning against a truck rock looking at the lights. He didn't know his life was about to change a bright white glow suddenly filled the northern horizon this look nothing like the the northern lights the Aurora Borealis nor did it behave like that the lights move like the light of a copy machine. The single bar brightness move from west to east over Jake's head and disappeared. I thought that I should maybe go inside at this time and found myself. Unable to move he said Novenas grew in his arms and legs and he blocked out when he woke. He knew he'd been somewhere else. I felt woozy and almost dated. Said time seem muddled in my head. Had He walked into the House to find he'd been outside an hour. It took most of the night for him to tell us parents what happened. Most of the time I kept telling them that I thought the calendar was wrong. It should at least be after two thousand eight he said to this day. My mother remembers bits of this mainly because I looked at her and asked pointblank. Is that black man. Still President. What happened to j seizures psychological phenomenon or did did jake accidentally take a brief four years step forward from two thousand four hundred to two thousand eight Jake slip is just one in a long long line of stories from people who brushed against a different time such as an RAF pilots are victor good ard who encountered airplanes in nineteen eighteen thirty five that didn't exist until nineteen thirty nine one hundred year old Swiss watch found in a Chinese Ming Dynasty Tomb? People may I slipped like this all the time Duncan cal opened the door of his nineteen ninety nine Chevrolet s ten next to a convenience store gas pump trump in Springfield Missouri. Large man accosted him as I left the gas station. Some large melon-headed man dressed in a business suit yelled what year is this. Kel- set the man stood at a spot kill would've walked by when he left the store but he hadn't seen him demand wore dark black suit suit with a rough fiber texture. Kill said along the lines of things in the Teddy Roosevelt era. What year is this? The man yelled again. The the man was white about thirty five or forty years old clean-shaven normal but he asked an odd question. Carol said two thousand three CAL cal. Tolan the man's face contorted anger. What year is it? He screamed at yet cal again. I said two thousand three. The large man screamed the question. One more time I said two thousand three so he could hear me. Cal said then he quit asking. Kelly glanced away from the man as he slid into Swiss truck but safely inside he turned to get another luck and the man was gone. He disappeared from the front of the gas station. Cal said in the Second Institute held to slip into his truck demand simply vanished cal put. The man hadn't stepped inside the store the only place he could have gone in that short amount of the time he was gone.

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"ozark" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

11:59 min | 10 months ago

"ozark" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"I didn't watch them so I didn't. They were the lowest rated Emmy's in a long time. I don't know I guess it'd just constantly getting lower and lower and lower. It's every every every month is the hottest month on record. It's like every emmys as the lowest rated Emmy's in history or not really into chose right now and I think that's you know we're going through so period even the Oscars were like but you know i. I think that's because like this whole thing with the hosting no host ever that has to do with this. I think you know what is this from per very preliminary. MANERA numbers. Fox's Sunday night telecast to five point seven out of ten resulting metered market ratings down twenty three percent from last year. Twenty percent is big though I just want the twenty three percent hunt down twenty three percent down thirty percent leg overall from it's like yeah this. September was a couple of degrees hotter than last awesome number but if it were like twenty three percent hotter than less September. I think people would be a little more nervous but I guess the point is that lanes are nervous. The these award shows are not as make or break as you would think they are and like if somebody wins an award it's not like Oh. They're famous now like we kind of imply. He's really when you take a step back. It's like who's actually watching these things. Maybe it's just the people that already know the the the shows and they're also more there. I think they still still retain the the the weight and the power on a micro level like for each of these individuals it really changes their careers unlike gives them this like like you know but not sparkling thing on their resume that they can say well oh well. They can demand more money. Oh they'll get more roles but it's like to you and me. I don't think I think more people are going going to watch fleabag than would have had it not one but I don't think it's going to be some sprint to Amazon to watch fleabag yesterday. You know yeah I don't. I don't think so at will definitely be a bump but I don't think it's skewed a bump is minor. It's the problem still remains. They're still a billion shows on television vision so right so that's what I'm saying. I think these have little to no influence on action well. It's all like all of a sudden. Everyone's like fleabag. If anything you might be waller caller bright ancient people who aren't watching the emmys which is most people might see a bit of media because there's going to be like a bump in media on fleabag all of a sudden. My parents are going to call me until it's like who's fleabag and I'm GONNA say. Don't even get me starting now. You'RE GONNA hang up on them. What's Loeser number. I didn't watch like what's Ozark. I kept seeing people make jokes about Ozark. It was on twitter and I was thinking that it won best like drama over the game of thrones and I was at phase. I was like okay that makes sense because I it wouldn't separately Ozark but I know people. Watch it okay at one. Whatever it came to one a couple of words came close? It came close to winning. Jason Bateman won best director Rector of which is wild over game of thrones people and someone named Julia Garner won best supporting actress over game of thrones people. What are we doing here your father's laundering money for Mexican drug cartel. What do I know about her. She's not James Garner's granddaughter as I just assumed just because nepotism rules no relation to James Garner and she's dating foster auster false of the people so she her name is Julia Garner. The People Julia Garner that People Julia Fowler GonNa be Julia Emmy Winner Julia foster the people the People Julia Lia Garner foster the people even she's going to garner. She might hyphenate okay other notable shows. No of course I don't want Ozark. That's rude it to me that you would say that to me. It's like did you read Y on Netflix but it's hugely popular on Netflix eats like it said in the Ozark and it's about money laundering and I was reading this e w story that's like. Here's what you need to know about Ozark now that it's one of these emmys and you don't know what it is and it says what to expect in season three. There are two Sousse seasons of this show. I have no idea what it is. I know it's very blue. The show is extremely blew. It says the Riverboat Casino that Marty worked hard on at the end of season two becomes operational what the Laura Linney is in it. I don't really WanNa talk about Ozark but Laura Linney and a riverboat casino. I don't really let's see them yet. Who was really watch it. We shouldn't talk about it. billy porter. I think is still Kospi but a WHO maybe but I even think Phoebe Waller Bridge is like me call her them like she's Cosby. SP KOSPI still. I don't think I don't know if we called her to saying like the low ratings on this thing. It doesn't make me want to like. Have anyone become them from it like even like watching this marvelous like everyone in the world. This makes emmys making things seem that everyone in the world is watching the marvelous. Mrs Mazel you know like everyone in the whole world. It's like air birthright you know as the national anthem of TV shows but is that the case. I don't know but you know like Amazon. Money is like fueling ruling this award show. It's crazy to me. I just assumed that Amazon pace roller awards like I just don't understand I mean it was insane to me. HBO also I did do well. HBO Definitely ran through but I don't know it. Just it felt very same same same. Sam Patricia Clarkson didn't win. You know that's all that matters. been wishaw did win okay. The most exciting wins were phoebe Waller Bridge a couple times fleabag Jeram one that was excited. That was like easier. Emotional moments like Ben. Wish ause was a little bit exciting. Um who else was exciting. I mean that really was it. Oh Billy Puertas was exciting as you said and Jodi Komo's was exciting. It was kind of unexpected so the rest was like well. Well you know. How many times do we have to celebrate game of thrones. You know we didn't celebrate it. As much as people thought they would Michelle housing saying I watched Halsey Z. saying time after time for the in Memoriam section this morning that's what you chose to watch. We'll yet was sent to me Kate Senate to be. I didn't recognize Halsey last night and so I watched the video and I didn't recognize either because she had a very different hairdo so it was like the she looks very different and also why do you sing time after time during memorium. It's it's not if it doesn't make any cents for an in. Memoriam but people are gone. No it makes sense. If you're lost you can look and you will find me. No you won't find them. 'CAUSE they're dead. Do real extended stand up here. It's I'm not doing a sentiment. I just I was watching. I was like this doesn't make any sense. It makes sense time after time after time is a funeral movie. I've never heard that in a funeral contact. I have it. I've heard McLaughlin enough context yeah well. This is a little bit further away from that you know from what's the number one funeral song. I mean I I guess we were guessing what Song would come on what song she would sing and I said memories without me because I was like memories would be like a good cats tie-in. Yeah I thought without me could be funny like a slow mystic without me but that's her song and they would never seeing her own song because people don't even the role yes. They barely know her song. They put the wrong person on the Memoriam ramblas which is sad yeah. Andre Previn died and they didn't show photo of Andre Previn. They showed a photo of some unnamed Leonard Slacken. He's alive. He's apparently mad right and I think we're done with the EMMYS. Yeah I mean. You definitely didn't watch them so I feel like we really can't. We really can't continue let some let's move to something that you do know about like Christie Brinkley Yup. I'm so happy to be here so I can personally. Thank you for defending me that Karen did it in such a classy way with so much love and really as a lesson for all of us. You know when somebody acts like that you can only feel sorry you know they they. When you're in a happy place you support and you love one another. There are new boost every the weirdest thing about the Christie Brinkley thing continues to be that Hollywood life is getting more and more exclusively and one of them is this interview with Christie Brinkley and they asked her about Wendy Williams being like Wendy Williams conspiracy theory that included the instantly iconic line. Do you WanNa dance and with the stars dancing with the stars called Christie Brinkley and said do you WanNa dance with the stars. Do you WanNa dance with the stars and Christie Brinkley told Hollywood life I was insulted because my daughter doesn't need to pull any strings or stunts chance to get her any type of jobs that she's gorgeous smart and funny and amazing person who has done a great who has a great agent and gets offers all day long so for Wendy do have said anything like this why I had to say something. If if it was just about me I would pay no attention to it but when you go after my kids we have a problem. It is just as bad. It has nothing to do with your kid so this is ridiculous. Don't care about Ciller. That's the whole point point. Also I just feel like it's you know. Wendy said this one entertaining thing. She had a little theory she a little fun. It's a TV show. It's entertainment TV show and of course Chris Christie Britain's going to stretch this out until the end of time because well she's doing her arm is broken and she sitting around all day getting mad you know hurston shoulders broken and they're broken with air quotes also she should know and I'm sure she does that. This is all this is all good for everyone involved. This is such a low stakes rumour that everyone everyone is coming out a little better than before by the end of this but also like you know sometimes like. Are you know like our Monday. Episode are two sorry sometimes like our Tuesday episode. You say something and you just got to move on and that's what Wendy do went something. Wendy being like Christie's mad at Wendy's like what what did I say you know. She's in remember. She doesn't even know what she did. She she can put. We forgot yeah. She has other things to deal with and so do we dancing with the stars called Christie Brinkley and said. Do you WanNa dance with the stars. Here's a fun thing to talk about. Opera Christie Brinkley speaking feuds Melby is feuding with Jessie J. I love little little acronym name feuds Melby Jessie J yeah do you WanNa. I don't know why no no yes melby. It's just there's nothing more fun than a few that just comes out of nowhere. This viewed comes out of nowhere by which I mean Britain and Melby was being interviewed on this website. I mean on this radio called heart. Whatever so there's video of her in the studio she's being interviewed by the people and they're doing like him. One of those like you know where you just rapid rapid questions rapid fire questions or like. What's your favorite? Whatever what's your least favorite whatever did it and they try to answer as many questions as you? Can you know five five minutes and one of the questions is who is the most overrated artists artists generally out there and they're like and everyone's like and they'll be can't think of any that she's like Oh. My God I don't know and the hosts are trying to help her out so they're like Arianna Grande Day and she's like no. She's bread it live no she's brilliant and it's like what about Louis Cul de and she's like no he's brilliant. He's brilliant and then their silence and Melby Goes Jessie J which H. Artist Outright do you think is the most overrated so apple the artis out that WHO's the most overrated Ariana Grande Day was she's brilliant line. I Louis Capelle Day Scranton instagram mighty Cyrus. She's brilliant. Everyone's really good a really good. The thing that may think thing Jessie j just a right out of nowhere. She didn't get prompted for Jessie. EJ No she got prompted with other people like Jessie. J Jessie J goes. Let's have a think Jesse Jesse Jackson hosts are like Oh interesting and then they move on because it's rapid fire questions so there's no time to even do well. This happened in July. Well Jessie J has since commented on this and her comment was which he posted over the weekend is just a video of her recording studio singing a song that is her song. That's old. It's called like white rooms or something in full in a video carousel so you can watch her saying this whole song in like a four part video carousel and the caption is overrated melby voice which isn't even a good caption..

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"ozark" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"A person is is is put into a corner and you're reacting from very human and yes audience centric position you know how would you the person sitting at home watching this react and that's that's the part i've i've always asked the audience to accept me as in that part of it felt consistent i'm glad you've push back against what i think is the lazy comparison to just everybody wants to bring up breaking bad which is they're both really good shows and they have happened to have you know middle aged guys that kind of caused themselves to fall into problems but it's very different but i that trope has been around forever i mean rain the euro is trying to put at the centre somebody the audience can relate to and then put them in a circumstance that is as eccentric or extraordinary as possible so that the audience has feel like they've wasted their money will shit i that happens to me every day you know they're gonna there's gonna be a blowback for that you need to create a wild sich relation but hopefully the person going through it is somebody the audience can relate to so i think that's very similar and breaking bad ozark and any other show that's l or comes to like being right for that's territory we will not get into if for no other reason that out of respect to that show and probably for more sane reason which is they've already done that and they did a great job of that and we don't wanna be redundant you know there's also i probably the comparison whether people are aware of it or not sometimes i forget about it but that brian and i also come from television comedy you know specifically fox malcolm in the middle was on when arrested development was on so maybe people are channelling that as well i don't know but listen any comparison to that show to him is incredibly kind and if we are half is good and half as successful as they are good god we would be thrilled and then just to close this is a rapidfire i come to your mind three things there was always.

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"ozark" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on WCHS

"The author of 11 presidents and we're looking at the north koreans now again saying that well we can do away with that nuclear program may be if the us does away with those annual military maneuvers with south korea may be too brian in ozark missouri hello brian very doing fine thank you and your guest uh i i wouldn't do away with the the maneuvers we did linda used in germany back in the early eighties kneecap deal on and then doing them and we following the soviets finally realise that no matter how many tanks they had they could not be because we had more missiles and other things well there's no doubt about the fact that the maneuvers themselves may be the the what the north koreans bring up in this particular case but but if my way without overs it still would not alter the fact that the north koreans would still be sitting there with all these these missiles and and and they would never allow the kind of inspections a ivan that uh that would uh would enable us to be even remotely sure well i think the idea exercises uh the the least but the talks between the north koreans in the south koreans uh they the south korean said that kim was uh somewhat flexible or more flexible nine saw it on uh keeping the exercise was going the exorcist us korean exercises are gonna start up after the paralympic games are over with and kim seems to say that's okay as long as if we got some sort of a deal they would eventually go away so the deal with the.

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"ozark" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

1340 Big Talker

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

"B b in the money it's friday all day long friday in the ozarks and then nippy one and that high there i'm your host rc aamer i'll be with you until one o'clock we started this at eleven await and i'm still here haven't gone anywhere staying right with you i'm not going to forsake you i'm watching this temperature deal trying to figure out why won't go above seventeen degrees i'm a little griped about that but may be a maybe as just me maybe it's going beyond that and i don't realize it i would be thrilled if it did 447 1777 as our phone number here in the studio and it's brought to you by rosie joe's cafe and ozark rosy joe's cafe in ozark tonight all you could eat fried catfish it rosy joe's cafe run on out there get their early because other people found out about this and where we don't want you to be left out rosie joe's cafe in ozark on the south ozark exit there in south street exit off the sixty five a good good good place to go now my other and source the weather channel sources were twenty degrees at is encouraging to me i don't know why the national weather service has not giving me that same information but maybe just maybe as we move forward here hope dirtiest twenty degrees national weather service swear making progress hive twenty seven predicted today about three pm is when you can expect that peaktime so if you wanna put your shorts on in your tshirt and run out aside and the launch here and get some sunshine now then that'd be the time to do it about three pm when it's twenty seven degrees won't guetta a heatwave through sowa that way will help you a lot all right let me.

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"ozark" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The pacific i'll discuss the band brothers follows the same group of people throughout the throughout the war for one four seven nine nine one six twenty uh let's see a lot of people are saying ozark um i i had not seen ozark either but a lot of people are putting in for that all here's what architects line northern exposure which was a weird but outstanding show ran for five or six years i wanna say i love northern exposure as well and right that's one each is so bizarre that you sit there and he you watch that that would be a great binge worthy show as well for one four seven nine nine with 620 bath in west alice beth your wtmj hello high level who aren't time were fair for harm caller this is what motivated you pick to pick up the phone huh i was watching this during over the holidays mythbusters because i you could it entertaining but you can actually learn stuff too you know he it's interesting that you would say that i i can i've never seen mythbusters luke one of the people that i with last night and you should really checkout mythbusters because it's it's just addictive td yeah exactly no thanks to catch them an exa making a mythbusters that sounds good i i will tell you on a breaking bad like i say i get drawn into that any times were these marathons on i will sit and even though i know what happens i see different things every time i watched that show i think the most binge worthy show though for me continues to be it is actually to shows both or hbo shows one is the sopranos uh i just i there they were they were showing a couple of once from the first season uh actually show the pilot at i watched it at at ended up watching three or four to wrote even though i've seen all the soprano shows isis would ever that's on isis get drawn in and i just i can't stop watching it even though i knew i do in fact know what happens that's number one the others showa innocent hbo show that i.

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"ozark" Discussed on People On The Bus Podcast

People On The Bus Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on People On The Bus Podcast

"You know that sound means that sound means it's time for the award winning around the bus segment we go round talk a little bit of something that we've enjoyed an app a movie show key start with you feel more segment will daily i really have is uh as you mentioned that i finished ozark uh this past week so you know i have to admit it was is a really good show i enjoyed i enjoyed the characters thea in a thrilling scenes and i was totally totally blown away by the last episode and del rio the way he was taken out allies though man idolized i did not expect that oh man i did at just the way look look via the whole image of his brains being blown up but yeah i do that was man that that was it was jarring man there were several episodes were i i was like i i was like like a jump like i can't believe just happened that is one of them that that would at one of them it was so he asked after you have to admit that it was a really good shows good a season and it's it's high make has stranger things in season one it was an awesome season it was awesome show ozark was awesome on the i hope they can continue the same in on the same rhythm the same pattern with with season to on both of them i've heard about i've heard about um she's into a surge of things from a lot of people so.

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"ozark" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"First it's sopranos it is a very intense show neronha get this is the way it happens where people are talking about it then people who have a platform start talking about it and then it becomes more and more but hot you'll i just remember that breaking bad while a caught me from the opening scene and was one of the few things that i've just binged watched like that because it became something of a of a crack addiction i think that's happening to everybody now but i'm wondering what the point is that yet that ozark gets the hook in you and then becomes that show because it's not there yet but it is that those ten episodes flew why it's very rare for show to do it with its first season typically you have to wait till people catch up in bench and then you get a abuzz before the premier westworld is really one of the few shows that take immediately true detect of the same white just because i think a lot has to do with each b o scope and investment westworld lost me westworld halfway through i lost interest and westworld why i mean it because it was big it was big topics that were hard that you and i didn't want to think like that or watching television like layers of worlds i just i game of thrones is hit easier breaking bad easier the wire makes you think about things but just easily well you can approach game of thrones two different ways you can enjoy it as a popcorn show which i sort of do even though i've seen every episode i still don't know people's names or you can really mercer self in the world and i think westworld to a degree is sort of like that too yeah there's a lot going on through but hey it looks cool new.

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"ozark" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"First it's sopranos it is a very intense show neronha get this is the way it happens where people are talking about it then people who have a platform start talking about it and then it becomes more and more but hot good i just remember that breaking bad while it caught me from the opening scene and was one of the few things that i've just binged watched like that because it became something of a of a crack addiction i think that's happening to everybody now but i'm wondering what the point is that yet that ozark gets the hook in you and then becomes that show because it's not there yet but it is that those ten episodes flew why it's very rare for show to do it with its first season typically you have to wait till people catch up in bench and then you get a abuzz before the premier westworld is really one of the few shows that take immediately true detective the same way just because i think a lot has to do with each b o scope and investment westworld lost me westworld halfway through i lost interest and westworld why i mean it because it was big it was big topics that were hard to to and i didn't wanna think like that or watching television like layers of worlds i just i game of thrones is hit easier breaking bad easier the wire makes you think about things but just easily you can approach game of thrones two different ways you can enjoy it as a popcorn show which i sort of do even though i've seen every episode i still don't know people's names or you can really mercer self in the world and i think westworld to a degree is sort of like that too yeah there's a lot going on to but hey it looks cool new.

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"ozark" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"And the pilot really is technically actually it's it's the it's the test episode sometimes the pilot isn't in the first episode so for a netflixing original series where the help at all at once there's not really an islet there they shoot them all at once i i watched ozark the first episode of ozark hurry good eyes a jason bateman right laura linney about a money launderer in the midwest i now gaelic says britain bad yet yes including so clearly that it's almost a little annoying bateman sommes bateman is the reason to watch it he's phenomenal he directed this episode allow yes so he's invested in then it's wonderfully directed the script is a little over the place that that the like i i ended the first episode not being sure who to care about but we're going to give it another few episodes 'cause i tend to stop on the first episode if i'm not immediately drawn in and i'm missing apparently some good stuff and i i hear it's very good it's yet there's so much on on netflix right now that it's just on the list yet yeah the out early early add to my list there is a gac lee trailer for their brian cranston produced philip k dick sifi in thalji series oak called electric she i think sleep electric sleep nice little alicia an air the hitherto yet yeah no i had i have not seen the trailer for that looks good and i think this resurgence i mean there's there's black mirror which has been tasked dick ablaze for research the van thalji series indulge sifi which is said when he were exciting because we i grew up on the twilight zone entails ordinary madness outer outer limits a and it's really exciting that this is happening.

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"ozark" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"And the pilot really is technically actually it's it's the it's the test episode sometimes the pilot isn't in the first episode so for a netflixing original series where the help at all at once there's not really an islet there they shoot them all at once i i watched ozark the first episode of ozark hurry good eyes a jason bateman right laura linney about a money launderer in the midwest i now gaelic says britain bad yet yes including so clearly that it's almost a little annoying bateman sommes bateman is the reason to watch it he's phenomenal he directed this episode allow yes so he's invested in then it's wonderfully directed the script is a little over the place that that the like i i ended the first episode not being sure who to care about but we're going to give it another few episodes 'cause i tend to stop on the first episode if i'm not immediately drawn in and i'm missing apparently some good stuff and i i hear it's very good it's yet there's so much on on netflix right now that it's just on the list yet yeah the out early early add to my list there is a gac lee trailer for their brian cranston produced philip k dick sifi in thalji series oak called electric she i think sleep electric sleep nice little alicia an air the hitherto yet yeah no i had i have not seen the trailer for that looks good and i think this resurgence i mean there's there's black mirror which has been tasked dick ablaze for research the van thalji series indulge sifi which is said when he were exciting because we i grew up on the twilight zone entails ordinary madness outer outer limits a and it's really exciting that this is happening.

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"ozark" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on The Watch

"Of peak tv as it were but again it's like there's something that is caused by procedural at you know about um the way that beat men in windy early laura linney worked through deeds all for us yeah and they he has a problem of the episode that he has to solve and then he kind just goes about doing it with or without the help of his hand like i i really like uh it's worth mentioning that julia garner and you want nuclear earner our jordan espero but a mob dr herself they're both really good man tornadoes girl basically here's the gig it was like do you i'll be on the show ozark you've just have to walk from a dock to a bar and say something this hassen assertions kenneth branagh those are sick she has like ants home yeah i love her look i really like the you mentioned burn notice because i do think that one of the unfortunately overlooked tv trends of this century was usa's characters welcome run yet i mean that not limo theories have let you here's the thing about their shows and i didn't watch very many of them in none of them regularly but here's what they were entertaining and dependable a pleasurable you know watch suits justin i didn't i never got mrs clinton but everyone has won that they've you know yet dipped in and out of i did like bernard us the few times i liked loyal pain that was one unnecessary roughness i mean they were boilerplate but here's the thing like the the years at usa was was just doing very well with those on cable where the years the embassy was completely in the wilderness precisely because it didn't make shows like usa was making it out of their corporate siblings like.

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"ozark" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ozark" Discussed on The Watch

"And which has rarely say about crime chace yes of weird it's like i think a leak i think that it's it's the sort of thing that because i feel like i i am invested in the family tentatively and ozark that i am excited for is season two of those are you argue hopefully too yeah i'm ready i'm telling you what does this show this i'm in a throws to both you guys what what need or what hunger does this show satisfy even if it's one that you didn't know you had in your entertainment diet what is this feed financial planning with his bringing i honestly i fell apart among young excited i tell every series i am i invested netflixing what i could be invested in dilute catli the blackblue katlau jr we'll it's true that like a valuable things that the show does do the very it the exceedingly practical episode of like i guess we have to explain what money on kirkman yet works on that you know the tension that used to surround breaking bad any where it was like when his wall secret gonna come out or even like mad numbers of what is dawn secret going to come out like when when it happens on ozark they're just like yeah my that i lied about that scene created silly so what you what you're getting here is that it messes with our it's it's interesting to you is what you're saying is that the show actually actively messes with rp cctv expectations yeah for me if reject an it's different goes 'cause he's not necessarily coming out of like ours is the d'andre for moment can i throw one of the thing that you guys that are just learned due to some heavy googling while we're talking i could multitask to sleep to set it i don't mean to be rude but.

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