26 Burst results for "reanimate"

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: James Shapiro

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:20 min | 3 months ago

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: James Shapiro

"And so going back to think twice you were talking about about more about the writing. Yeah and it's something that I didn't know enough about until I was invited onto your program. But what are the things that interest me about? Shakespeare is the fact that you know. He wrote thirty six so plays that we know of and almost none of them may be. The tempest may be midsummer. Night's dream are his original story but for the most part Shakespeare was not interested in creating a new story. He looked around at the stories others had told whether they were Italian. Novellas or English plays or history's any thought I understand what's slightly off for not really fulfilled in this version older version and he did what architects call a gut renovation. He kept the frame and he just cleared out the inside and made it is. Oh so when Dylan writes. Don't think twice. He knows Paul Clayton Song. Who's going to buy you ribbons? When I'm gone? He worked with Klay knew who sadly killed himself in in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. Eight toward together collaborated a little bit and I'm sure that there is kind of cross pollination if you will between Clayton Song. And and don't think twice and dillon with a little techy from what. I've learned about that you know he said I steal the word a or the word so whether we're done you know Ed is a good question. Although he was a little defensive even steal those words but he is reaching into a tradition a tradition that goes further back than Clayton to. What I learned was an African American Song that circulated in Virginia. Who's GonNa Bring you chickens? So what we're talking about. Our traditions and Shakespeare comes out of traditions. Really in very similar ways. To how Dylan does and plagiarism is. A useless category the only useful category. Can you take something old and make it speak to the moment? In a way that makes people feel connected to that song ways. Nobody has ever felt connected to it in dealing did that for me. I think I'm right in saying and correct me. If I'm not the Sean Wilentz I think wrote a book called Bob Dylan and America. And he I believe explored this notion and said you know what it's Alchemy. What he's doing is he's taking base matters and is creating something new out of it that shines and I thought that was really damage. It is in trouble. Lens is A friend and a very smart guy and I think he wrote brilliantly about about Dylan. Christopher ricks did as well They're just a people recognize. That is work rises to the level of seriousness. And it is how chemical it is a transformation but for me. It's really the lack of thoughtfulness beyond the magic of the transformation and the thoughtfulness I suppose has to do with. I see what's not there. That's a hard thing to to grasp and Shakespeare was really good at it. Didn't create the story of Hamlet. He didn't create the story King. Lear those were all plays bouncing around in the stage. You probably acted in a spear holder when he was young. He's onstage they could. God I can write this great Soliloquy at this point or I could tweak it in this way. And maybe it's not occurring Bob Dylan in a cerebral way. But it's occurring to him in a way that lets them know. Yeah I. I know the folk he sang exists but that song is dead on arrival. Something has to be done to reanimated and I suppose it's as much Raising the data's alchemy. And where do you think Dylan? Shakespeare intersect particularly? I think oddly even though four hundred years or so separates their birth. They both products of a similar education system. You know it's it's remarkable if you listened to to Dylan's account of education in his Nobel lecture in two thousand Seventeen. He talks a lot of doubt grammar. School you know. He learned things in Grammar School. The devices techniques secret mysteries whatever. He's talking about. He talks about gullivers travel. Dickins Don Quixote all these stories and of course we know he had a great teacher in school. Who taught him the poetry John Donovan? The poetry plays of Shakespeare so shakespeare learn what he learned in Grammar School. I mean this is a Western tradition that span than in now and both of them sat there probably frustrated probably demise racing as they were exposed to this stuff and taking it all in and a decade later or or ten years later figuring out how to turn this into into gold if you will and I mean that both literally and figuratively because you have to make money as an artist or like pulled claim you can end up desperate and suicidal and both of them figured out how to do that. And if you think you know as a thought experiment Dylan or Shakespeare Been Born twenty years earlier or twenty years later whatever genius they had could not have been fully rely so yes. They were both remarkable artists but they had great luck in being born at what they recognize. Both of them were pivotal moments in in their culture in the arts in the possibilities that were now available to young

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"reanimate" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

12:31 min | 7 months ago

"reanimate" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"The all new Mazda C X thirty. Would you need to know okay. Let's start off real quick class leading standard horsepower horses or power. How about this the exterior design? That makes it look. It's emotion. This thing was quite literally handcrafted. Hand molded to give it the shape and style that you see on the street an Interior that is crafted with an essential approach. Basically trying to give fewer distractions. So you know you can focus on the real part which is the driving. So look if you want more information on Mazda and the new I ever see X.. Thirty go to Mazar dot com slash iheart or better yet. See the entire Mazda vehicle lineup at your local Mazda dealer today. Hello the Internet and welcome to this is a Red Dale. Bit Fish as always I'm Jackie O'Brien that that is miles. Great were you trying to say night you were you. Were trying to honor the actual lyrics. I love IT I. It was all good Hey We're here to tell you what is trending on this Friday afternoon. Training is Friday. The beginning of the IT keeps on credit. Actually really wow thanks got a young Michael winslow and let's talk sleeping beauty proposal if you have twitter or instagram. I have a feeling you've pricing this. The second you woke up today unless you are the boyfriend of somebody who's good at hiding things when you look at videos June away too much so there's video Sleeping beauty proposal essentially where this guy took his high school sweetheart to like a theater. He had filled with their friends and family to watch sleeping beauty but he had hired an animator took cut them into the scene. No dude he is the animator. Wait no I'm pretty sure. No He's not. According to this article he was talking to. He hired a Australian alien illustrator. Nah Bro now. I don't know I thought I thought looking at the Credits that it was him. I met afflicted maybe we're fighting. The according to the BBC Beeps Ray The the the man who proposed I reached out to this Australian illustrator Kayla combs and. She thought she oh he was asking for a portrait of the two of them. God and then she said then. I worked with him for six months to recreate the nineteen fifty nine film all for the same originally agreed upon on rate yet. Tell you get them. Yeah so what we'll do for like two hundred local cool I so it's going to be about fourteen thousand frames Ingredients opens with them watching watching Sleeping beauty and then sleeping. Beauty suddenly has dark brown hair Like the proposed. It's too yes. The woman is about to propose a friend. Who's his her name? Is Stu David Cardiologists. And then may have botched that name. So prince charming shows up and he looks a lot like the dude. WHO's proposing Lee? My boyfriend yeah that looks like me. And and then he proposes the cartoon character proposes is that correct presents. The ring like he's tossing it at the camera and then the Guy Hi in theater pretends he caught the ring box. Yeah and hits her with the question. It's pretty impressive. As like if Penn and teller proposed to. It's yeah it's got that sort of vibe to it. It's a big production. It and the ad for anyone considering proposing just don't bother don't bother you're fucked now or also maybe the bar so high like there is no overtime win. It's just like it's the wild west. Yeah Yeah that's true actually So after the as this is happening. She's like I feel so bad for all these people who came to see sleeping beauty which is funny that she thought that he had just pulled this in a an actual movie theater. Show these people. What the fuck is going on here to see? Some good old-fashioned radio pre woke Disney racism schism and now. I'm seeing an interracial wedding proposal. And then he informs her that it's full of their friends and family. Yeah and then she says there's no yeah yeah and laughter. I knew from the beginning. Some off brand Disney remake. Do you think now because the Internet is a very cynical place. Did he do this just for love or he did. This for likes I think it's hard to say because this per they seem like a genuinely in love couple. Yeah they do it just it was probably probably one of those things like it would be a shame to not document this because it's so involved or yeah but it's very documented. So it could. It could either be that. They're just so in. I love that he was just moved to create a great piece of content for it or he could be like insufferable. Yeah there there's two different ways that it could be I'm not gonna I'm not GonNa get a curvy wife Guy Brand of in his ways. Yeah did isn't that but again I see. This is how cynical I've become. Were there is not even a reality where I go that that guy really cares he wanted. Just have this moment for a look back on. What is what is booking sponsored by Cuba? Yeah they do Kia pulls into the theater and efficiently thought. It was a parking lot. Neil pert is trending has author of the famed Drum Solo from Tom. Sawyer The Rush Drummer. Neil Peart Who passed away? Yeah Yeah Rain Cancer Man. Yeah I'm not a huge rush fan but the rush songs I like I like yeah and drums are and you know they were. They were doing. They know rush rush. They did their thing during the most Have you seen the video though anyone who hadn't seen the video look up Tom Sawyer puppet on YouTube. There's this drummer who plays a miniature drum set with a tiny puppet and he plays the entirety of Tom Sawyer on Mike makeshift canned drum set. It's it's it's breathtaking you've ever want to see a puppet just fucking shed. It's funny because I feel like this morning too do I was just Completely like unconnected is connected from this story. There's this video this dude at an NFL game. He's like sitting on the sidelines. Ends in Tom. Sawyer is playing and he. Yeah and that was that was like trending on some other things. I don't know maybe they knew I don't know because I think because he passed away on the seventh announced today so okay yeah maybe maybe word had leaked I wanNA talk about Kendrick Perkins Rowe. Quick mainly Kevin durant because so Kendrick Perkins is A. He was a starting center in the National Basketball Association Well into a point in his career where he was not a not a great. He wasn't putting up. He wasn't producing and he was the starting writing center on the Oklahoma City Thunder when they had Kevin Durant Russell Westbrook and he tweeted out. Something saying I'm about to go on TV and talk about how Russell Westbrook is the greatest Okay See Thunder Player ever and somebody was like what about Kevin Durant. He's like Nah Bitch move. What Kevin Durant did basically in not so many words and then Kevin Durant Pompton and his lael counter burner Israel? Okay Okay Yeah. Make sure come for him and was just started talking shit about Kendrick Perkins being. He was like Oh man. That's that's strange for somebody who put up like five and two in that series that you're talking about whole and are starting center at Kendrick Perkins averaged a whopping two. Who in three three? You played hard though champ. Elo Oh so you kind of eastern but then Kendrick Perkins is came back and it just got real messy. It's just interesting Kevin. Durant is is an interesting dude. 'cause he's like one of the best players in the League And you know the type of person who you would normally just they they would hide behind a very curated media the Apparatus but he. He's out here. He's always getting feelings hurt he gets messy. He gets fake accounts. Yeah goes on podcast. Talks Hawks Shit has a couple of drinks talk more shit man no matter how big you get the human ego matter the insecurities no matter how many millions as a dollars you have. You can still be so like at a certain point. You'd you'd hope with all your wealth and like actual tangible achievements you'd like I don't give a fuck what has to say like I'm I'm doing my shit. Yeah especially somebody who when he was averaging twenty seven and seven was putting up two and the three But Yeah I don't know I kind of respect. It like the he libra. It's not like Lebron doesn't have a huge ego. Lebron would never let at that show He. He just has too much savvy. I guess I don't know what it is but there's levels to it. You know like you know who who are you giving your power away to write You know like if you're if someone is clearly just trying to goad you into something because it's going to help them then you sort of like my power doesn't drift downward yeah give him but but he he I don't think Kendrick Perkins was even considering that Kevin durant would notice but he You don't think he was gonNA notice no because I don't think even added him in the first replace somebody who brought it up will but when you're saying when you're announcing I'm about to go on yes network. Say something about Kevin Durant like like well. He was saying something about Russell Westbrook or whatever it is I you know the the it is about Kevin Durant anyways Kevin Durant and I mean it is sort of his tragic flaw because the you know having a sensitivity about him First of all get made him give like a really great. Mvp Speech when he won M. V. Olympic. Yeah and then but it also caused him to you know allow himself to be goaded into you playing In a game that he wasn't ready to come back in and right snap his Achilles so rare listening party what is this selena Gomez has a new album my favorite record which means that all the fans of every kingdom every fandom are out there using this Hashtag the big up their own bands like the fans are in there Just an sorry miles choked up there. You're having talks about. It's this. This is something about when I think of when Justin Selena together. I'm trying to figure out who if these songs are about the weekend. About just right I did listen to the one track at the very oriented that kid cutting on it because I wanted to hear what it was not bad. Yeah and I think I've I've I I don't know much of her body of work but I know he's a talented person But the one part was like a lot of Selena fans are getting messy because Justin Bieber has a song called Yummy out. And they're like he's doing too much because he was on live telling his people he was like with his wife and like hey by the album by by the single stream it whatever and then some there was some image circulating constructing Bieber fans to play the track Yummy at low volume volume on loop while they sleep just to get the numbers up. Just use the charts a little bit so use some people you know like not. Many people know if that's directly from him probably not not because they're because we exist in this culture now where it's like people treat their favorite artists league. It's a political candidate right. Want to win. And it's also just because like we're savvy enough to know how to game certain metrics. It's just all about that too. Then say I belong to this fan dome. And it's number one. But what do you get out of that I I I don't know but at checkout Selena Gomez Yeah Yeah. I'm just being an old person. Hey speaking of playboy speaking of political candidates. It's who we WANNA win. Marianne Williamson has suspended. All you hate to see it. Yeah a week ago. She fired all all our campaign workers..

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Doctors 'reanimate' heart for first-of-its-kind transplant in US

Steve and Ted

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Doctors 'reanimate' heart for first-of-its-kind transplant in US

"A dead heart is brought back to life end used in a heart transplant the pioneering surgery was announced on Twitter by Dr Jacob Nile Schroeder director of the heart transplantation program at Duke University along with the announcement Schroeder posted a video of the heart beating outside the body of the donor the procedure is called DC D. or donation after cardiac death hard can be preserved for up to eight hours after being removed from a donor who has died the surgery is been done for several years in the U. K. but this is the first time in America if it becomes common would increase the pool of possible donors for heart

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Skadegamutc, The Ghost-Witch

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

03:21 min | 9 months ago

Skadegamutc, The Ghost-Witch

"Talking about the Scott. I saw it when I was is looking research. I was like good luck pronounce because I have no idea but I think I've heard that before didn't like from that Queen Song going to move at this is like close so for for thousands of years for the setup for these creatures cultures all around the world told stories of the dead returning to life like zombies. He's instead but although this phenomenon is largely confined to Europe and Asia which I guess I don't know is it. It's not unheard of in the Americas wants such creature sure is known widely among various indigenous tribes of North America but it is particularly feared by the WABAN. Nakae they call it. The it's gotTa move or the Ghost witch. That sounds scary pictures. I need to post the pictures of the ghost. which or the representation of quota? Yeah Yeah Yeah the representation of Oh. It's super creepy. undead monster with both got anthro. Enter your the Vegas Vampire tendencies. It is believed among the woman. Knock that this creature was once an evil sorcerer or practitioner of black magic who has died and refuses to stay dead however according to some tales anyone may become scheduled Mooch after they die this revenue hungers for the blood and the flesh of living humans and will kill and devour anyone who gets in. Its way there's no way to escape the creature short of destroying it had to look up put on through what is Cannibal Cannibal. Oh okay that's actually super interesting okay. I'm GonNa talk about that here in a little bit during during the day. Scuttled appears as an inert harmless human core during the night it reanimate wanders off in search of human prey to accomplish this it can take the form of a ball of light which enables it to cover greater distances. So that's why it's so they would actually see Phoenix lights or the light give you the chill. I would see that as much coming for them. And their different ways in which the Scud attacks one is to become indebted at Afresh Open Air burial. Once all the mourners have completed the funeral ritual in arresting the Scud attacks many legends speak of a group of Hunters Warriors Warriors. Taking refuge for the night somewhere near a recent open air burial or within a short distance from a corpse at nightfall at revives itself and this I think is creepy. That that if it revives itself you could actually be there with the burial and see the body there and it would come to live and then it would attack you and yeah yeah fuck that could you imagine sitting there and it just your nope the fuck out of there and then it comes after you and actually says though that people are just sitting there watching watching it waiting for it comes up all of life. It's like it gets you. Oh yeah and it prefers to target individuals who are alone or have been separated from group group. It is unknown if larger why they say always traveled chairs exactly traveling groups because it likes to pick you off one after another once. It's found its victim at attacks slaughtered the prey and then feast on. It's warm flesh and

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James Dean to Be Digitally Reanimated in CGI for Vietnam War Movie ‘Finding Jack’

John Reid

01:02 min | 9 months ago

James Dean to Be Digitally Reanimated in CGI for Vietnam War Movie ‘Finding Jack’

"Kerry have you seen this about James Dean they're going to be bringing him back so to speak and in one of these movie is a movie called finding Jack and they've announced that they they're taking a computer generated James the they're like I don't know how it works they take old clips they take the computer and it's like he's back into movies are magic magic and it's you know it's we seen it happen before if of course we see the holograms and and stuff but yeah people are very upset about this because you're you're taking somebody from the grave and disturbing them in an acting like a computer let them rest he taking him off I know there's no Exuma in going on here but but you know a and they say this is very disrespectful please but it is going to be interesting to be very I think is as things get more advanced rim see more of this and and of course his estate is getting money for it it's not like it there you're taking it for free so yeah so watch out watch out for that that that movies coming up James

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Robert Mugabe will have private burial at national Heroes' Acre

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:48 min | 11 months ago

Robert Mugabe will have private burial at national Heroes' Acre

"Last week's death of former former Zimbabwean tyrant Robert Mugabe at the age of ninety five presented his country with a problem if from the worst problem with which Mugabe presented Zimbabwe during he's later decades of deranged misrule. How does one commemorate the passing of a figure who was both hero and villain in Mugabe's case indeed both with the founder and destroyer of his nation after an amount of agonizing it has now been decided that Mugabe will be interred in the National Heroes Acre in Harare Laura a public memorial ceremony will be held on Sunday one joined in the studio with more on this bond monocle twenty regular Georgina Godwin Georgina as our listeners are probably aware you are yourself Zimbabwean and I remember we spoke at the time of Mugabe's removal by coup data at how we had that atwells that he was no longer enough and what an I guess a big mental adjustment that was for generations of Zimbabweans. How are we is it adjusting to the fact that he's no longer here at all. You know I think people feel slightly cheated in a way that he went out really with a bit of a whimper not a bang that we and indeed he probably expected and he's no longer there but I gather that in his last few months. He wasn't all there mentally anyway. If you look at the photograph few months well I I mean from when he started wearing you know dribbles and chuck suits but and obviously as you point out his his last years were were he was in the grip of definitely something probably dementia but for him to be dead is something that's quite odd because what you're seeing in Zimbabwe's as you alluded to is people wanting still to hate him but also really wanting to acknowledge the role that he played in in in the formations the country and say so there's quite a lot of them big dichotomy between how people feel because us as I think we discussed at the time if Mugabe is say had sort of cheerfully stepped down from office circa the late eighties and sort of idled into a retirement of giving elections and writing books he would be regarded as one of the twentieth century's heroic figures wouldn't they completely and utterly and he would have got a hero's funeral. Oh hang on the funeral which does prompt the question though that who who turns up for Mugabe's Hero's funeral thousands of people have been attending the lying in state. At referrers stadium in Harari who still is Mugabe's constituency well at the formal proceedings. You'll have a lot of heads of state state. I think Cyril Ramaphosa is coming from South Africa and various other people from from around the continent impacts further afield but in terms of ordinary people what generally happens in in in situations like this is that people have Boston and their promised food and those are the two things that people have that they don't have any fuel in Zimbabwe so they wouldn't be able to get there by themselves. They don't have the money money for bus fare and they're desperate to eat so if you promise people all of that they will turn up much. I mean I'm sympathetic to an extent extent or to this extent with the current Zimbabwean government. You have to acknowledge his passing some how you have to do something if not not what is being done what other suggestions have people made there was an argument of course to whether he should be buried in National Heroes Acre. But where else would you put him well. He is family. It appeared wanted him buried in his home area of Qatar which is where he comes from and I think would have been one way around it but it appears that the government was really pushing to have him in heroes. Acre which apparently he had not wanted himself. There was another really interesting piece of not not legislation but something else he put in his will. I think which was that his wife Grace Mugabe was to stay with the casket at all times until he was buried therefore what he's doing doing that is guaranteeing her starring role in his final Hurrah. Do you get the sense that the current government and we should remind ourselves that the current President Emmerson Mnangagwa was for many years Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe's kind of conciliatory if you will are they trying to reanimate the myth of Mugabe the liberator to to their own ends. I think that that would certainly serve a purpose that the end but I mean at the same time time. Mugabe's very useful is somebody that you can up lay all the blame on and say look it wasn't us it was the previous guy where clean we're going forward and of course that's what the what Managua A and his cronies would like us to think that this is a completely new dispensation. It really isn't make no mistake.

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"reanimate" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"reanimate" Discussed on The Moth

"The suitcase went to Africa and when the suitcase came back to the airport they put it in quarantine the smoked salmon had melted under the hot African concern and when my uncle finally picked up his suitcase the smoked salmon had turned liquid and and everything in the suitcase was just rotting smoked salmon and he said I'm never going to pack a smoked salmon again so my uncle don and I always see each other at the con film film festival and we're having breakfast on this particular morning. It's the morning after the end of the CON Film Festival and were at the hotel splash indeed. D- which is not spawn deed but it's really sweet even if the coffee is better and the orange juice is sour and the quad saws is so greasy they fly right out of your hand and I I'm loving being in con and we're both about to go home to different countries in my say Don. Don't you wish you lived in con- all year round and he said you know why would i.. I live in connaught all year round. There's no one here. There's no one here in the winter and I think of my grandmother. Nana who's <unk> who's buried here somewhere and whose grave. I've never seen and I say don today's the perfect day to take me to not as grave I really want. Oh to see it and he says I can't I got a put the car on the train and get a plane back to London and I say I want to see it. He looks at me very solemnly and he shakes his head and he says honey. I can't show it to you. It's been desecrated. My heart stops stops. The coffee comes up in my throat. I say Don you're taking me to the grave. He says I can't I gotta put the car on the train but I follow him downstairs stairs and I watch him start his car and it doesn't start to sign and the mechanic who comes comes from the garage with jumper cables is monsieur. You have to drive this car for at least half an hour to reanimate the engine. I know that's Nana speaking I get into the car next to Uncle Don. I say okay we're going and what can we do and we drive past these pink houses and then we drive past these factories and then we drive past the factories again I say Uncle Don. Do you know where the cemetery is and he says you know. I haven't been there in awhile so I take I take the map out of the side of the car door and I- flap it open and I say what's the address and finally he remembers the address and we get to the cemetery Harry and it's beautiful birds are singing breeze in the trees and we walked down around between monuments and vaults and headstones and I'm terrified. I'm bracing to see see my grandmother's desecrated grave and finally my uncle stops walking and he points to the ground around and he says we're here and on the ground is a little rectangle of earth. It looks like an empty plot. It hasn't been desecrated secreted. It's never been honored and I turned to my uncle like what and he says you know it. It just wasn't safe to put up a head style and I'm in a fury I think why am I the only person in this family who cares why am I the only person in this family who pays attention to things and I get down on my hands and knees and I- smooth out the earth I pull pull out the weeds I get up I get enough pebbles from the flower beds to spell out my grandmother's real name Esther and it fits exactly without out.

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"reanimate" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"reanimate" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"So he just took that whole chunk and had to reanimate it and that didn't happen often. But I did I grabbed a whole chunk. Thank you. Yeah. Many more that what I have. Well, Tom tonight, we're talking we're just doing a hash it out. I guess hopefully, the audience is kinda recognize that by now that we don't have tonight and. So we're going bencher on. Hey. Heard us talking about two d animation tonight. We're going to talk a little bit about I don't know what you're titling this like a mental hash it out. Mental hash it out. Well, here's here's where this comes from tiny, hopefully, get in the mood. I we've been much we've been both listening to different podcasts. And I did want to start with that. Like, what are some of our favorite non bankrupt brother podcasts out there? And but none of them are animated like, I must admit, okay. Because we do an animation podcast. I'm gonna make another admission here today's that's what this podcast is basically admitting a bunch of things. But I I don't listen to a lot of animation podcasts and because I'm super picky about him because we do one. And I'm not saying ours is perfect Lamey. Not at all, Tom. Yeah. We have a mentality about our podcast of casual and not having on editing. And and so therefore there's a lot of mistakes and things that kinda still make it into the podcast. We've had audio province for the fun part of. That's what that's what I think. And we tell ourselves, but content wise, I'm pretty proud of what we've produced here. And and and the the people we bring on and what they said, we, you know, we've had a couple not so awesome podcast. I'm sure within the hundred fifteen or twenty we have. But, but I blame the interview person that we were interviewing no, no sometimes. Oh, the guests. Correct. But I will say that. Yeah. I don't love some of the other podcasts because I just I get kind of like. Why I can't hear that guy or or why is it three people? And and they're all stopping like more than two is horrible. You know? And they're all trying to throw in by. Then I forgot what the question is. It's so it's either too big group anyway, or they're like a really hate set. But I really don't like the fan based animation podcasts that much because they tend to just be. I and it's okay. I guess if talking about a movie that I've worked on. It's kinda interesting to hear somebody give their viewpoint on it and things like that. But I just enjoy the digging bit deeper, I guess in the back stories, we come from it from a point of having been animators still are animators and talking about what it is being the trenches. You know, so it's a little bit more behind the scenes because we've been there. Yeah. So and I do listen to fan base stuff. It's just maybe it's a celebrity. That's talking geeky about something. And maybe that makes it better for I don't know. But I'll start Tony to say. Some of the podcast that I list right now, I've said it in the past couple of my daughter, Lexi, she's kind of turned me onto a few. And I do now drive at decent amount at Lipscomb. So it's nice to have a podcast on. I listen to ours, of course, especially on the editing side as doing our editing. Pass before we post, but I do like two of them that really stick out right now to me. And maybe I'll say no you had I think I'll say to. Is there's a new one by Dax Shepard new to me anyway, and he's an actor. He's married to Kristen bell. I must admit I crush on. Kristen bell side. Just to hear I hope. So because he better watch. If he don't know towns coming..

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"reanimate" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"reanimate" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Goes on it is a late parrot. So my column in the post yesterday, which attracted fifteen hundred comments fourteen hundred ninety nine of which were mad at me. Reads, thus in Monty python's dead parrot sketch. The birds owner repeatedly the birds owners repeated proclamations to the pet shop owner that the bird had expired not stunned or sleeping, but undeniably dead has made for laughs. For decades. The contemporary version of the parrot is the Muller report following its transmission to congress on Thursday, those clutching the report and crying impeachment are like the store owner, oblivious. Dow thoroughly the case for impeachment has been destroyed. House speaker Nancy Pelosi knows the jig is up some of the party's presidential candidates such as south bend mayor, Indiana, mayor Pete footage and Senator Cory Booker get it Senator Elizabeth Warren does not she is running a zombie campaign that she's trying hard to reanimate her fundraising on her media. Parents have suggest a forced March in gritted. Teeth and while moderate candidates such moderate democrat candidate such as Representative Tim Ryan Representative Seth Moulton only need former vice president Joe Biden stumble Warren, somehow has to work around both senators Sanders and comma Harris because they're on the left point of the field. It just isn't happening for Elizabeth Warren warranted tried to make big policy proposals. So the garner. Som grassroots energy and I recount fail. So having failed to excite all but policy nerds Warren now demands impeachment proceedings, as we'll every house member who had like television time that comes with such hearings. When is House Judiciary committee chairman, Jerry Nadler ever had such dotes of this narcotic before never, of course, can he in the similarly situated coming cetera. We'll want to flog the Muller report. So does Elizabeth Warren? So do scattered pundits and broadcasters across the land. But the Muller investigation is over. It is no more. It has ceased to be that's the big dose of reality that Pelosi sees. Coming but many others inter-party don't perhaps she remembers what happened to the Republicans in nineteen ninety eight after suing Bill Clinton for too long. Even though Clinton is admitted lying and President Trump and many others have proclaimed exoneration, the Newt Gingrich led house GOP lost seats in the midterms. Then in nineteen ninety eight does Pelosi want to be the first woman to twice win and twice lose the gavel, the hard edge of the left and the media wants to hang onto its resistance boosted ratings, but smart journalists and executives in the business. Now, it is time to pivot away quickly toward the campaign and the real news of a world where bombing and fires are what fix the public's interest. Not footnotes are theories that fell apart after the Muller team disbanded, they fell faster than the Steele dossier did under close attention to quote python. Again, this time from the holy grail film. Not the sketch runaway runaway. Democrats would be well advised. I concluded my Washington Post com to treat the Muller report as the nights in the holy grail treated the killer rabbit in that classic scene should end the charade sooner rather than later after discussed with their antics invades even their base. People are tired of it. They are tired of it. They're done with it. They're finished with it. And I got fifteen hundred comments yelling at me from the resistance, of course. And then the post moved on even though it was generating enormous traffic. They do have to run through a bunch of different things. I encourage you have to Google you at Washington Post. You'll find the column Sunday tall, your friends, and whenever you run into a democrat to tell them. You know, the Muller investigation is over. There is no officer special counsel at work. There's no more special counseling done finished complete no obstruction, no collusion done. This investigation.

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Dr Frankenstein And Yale University discussed on Armstrong and Getty

Armstrong and Getty

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Dr Frankenstein And Yale University discussed on Armstrong and Getty

"Scientists at Yale University say they have restarted cellular activity in pigs brains hours after their deaths are you following this? There were dead pigs. They've been dead for hours, and they were able to get brain activity going again D. I what does that mean for the history of the world if you can reanimate dead brains hours after they die. I don't know, Dr Frankenstein. What do you think it means God opus, researchers reporting it to pigs were harvested from a meat packing plane? They also note the experiments didn't reawakened consciousness, and in fact were designed to avoid that even though it is incredibly unlikely

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"reanimate" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"reanimate" Discussed on KCRW

"They are criminal or not are deeply alarming in the president of the United States. And it's clear that special counsel Muller wanted the congress to consider the repercussions and the consequences of clear, the special counsel believed that no one was above the law, and that includes the president of the United. Dates his committee has formally invited Muller to testify a federal appeals court in northern California today upheld California's statewide sanctuary cities law that protects certain immigrants from being deported. NPR's? John Burnett reports the Trump administration had challenged a lower court ruling that upheld the California values act it stops, local and state jail officials from informing federal agents when unauthorized immigrants or about to be released from jail. So they cannot be rearrested and deported offenders must however be handed over for removal when the crime is murder or rape, a three judge panel of the appeals court in San Francisco ruled that California's sanctuary law does not clash with federal immigration statutes. The ruling comes days after President Trump publicly threatened to bus asylum-seeking migrants to liberal cities with pro immigration policies, the White House can appeal it to the full ninth circuit or the US supreme court. John burnett. NPR news French police. Are still trying to determine what caused the fire that swept through Notre Dame cathedral, Monday NPR's Quist arcton reports S three in three two one. French media have been reporting that an electrical short-circuit was being blamed for the nicoderm fi. A police official has told reporters investigators think this is the most probable calls, but prosecutors told NPR they will not ruling out any hypothesis the stage, and this was not the only line of inquiry. The developments came as FRANZ paid tribute to firefighters who battled the blaze that engulfed the almost nine hundred year old masterpiece. Nope. Alums Reuss dump the forest because of its proliferation of ancient wouldn't beams was destroyed and its distinctive Spock caved in. But the firefighters saved the bell towers, res- windows, and the main structure from collapsed and many of the riverside cathedrals stretches will rescued Fabius Stockton, NPR news Paris. The Dow gained one hundred and ten points today. The NASDAQ was up one the SNP was up for this is N. PR news. Good evening. Thank you. For listening to KCRW Benjamin Gottlieb live in our newsroom with this update. President Trump took the Twitter today for a victory lap after the release of the Muller reports. But he got some pushback and not just from Democrats HBO took the president to task to has KCRW's cherry Glaser reports. President Trump took to Twitter to say for the haters and the radical left Democrats game over the last two words were posted in the distinctive. Font used by game of thrones in the show's network HBO responded saying it preferred that it's intellectual property not be used for political purposes. This isn't the first time Trump's taking a page out of the game of thrones playbook after White House officials announced last fall that the US would be reimposing sanctions on Iran. He used the same font and tweeted sanctions are coming a riff on the show slogan. Winter is coming HBO objected in that case too. And later joked on Twitter, how do you say trademark misuse in? Doth rocky Popstars from reanimate Jagger have objected. To their music being played at Trump's campaign rallies and wanna brothers recently filed a trademark infringement complaints. After a Trump campaign used the dark. Knight rises score popped up online Twitter has removed. The video water officials say the drinking water in the town of paradise in northern California is contaminated with a cancer causing chemical benzine and that fixing the problem could cost three hundred million dollars and take up the two years. You will call a massive wildfire decimated the town last year killing dozens of people and burning many buildings to the ground. The Sacramento beat today is reporting.

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Dr Frankenstein And Gail University discussed on Armstrong and Getty

Armstrong and Getty

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Dr Frankenstein And Gail University discussed on Armstrong and Getty

"Scientists Gail university say they have restarted cellular activity in pigs brains hours after their deaths are you following this? There were dead pigs. They've been dead for hours, and they were able to get brain activity going again D. I what's does that mean for the history of the world if you can reanimate dead brains hours after they die, Dr Frankenstein. What

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Centrism: the new populism?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

12:32 min | 1 year ago

Centrism: the new populism?

"During these last four years or so of ruction upheaval in the usually stable arena of British politics. It has been commonly supposed that something sometime has to give this week. It did MP's from both of Britain's major parties resigned. Their memberships and gathered together under the banner of the independent group. These MP's are broadly speaking either from the right wing of the left-wing labour party or the left wing of the right wing conservative party accordingly. A not unreasonably the independent group have found themselves characterized if not caricatured as centrists in certain agitated circles, these last few years centrist has become an insult a suggestion that those to whom it is applied are complacent careerists and all snug elitists, but what with one thing and another might centrism nevertheless, be Jew. A revival with a here in the UK or in other countries roiled by populism. What right now too. Centrism really mean, this is the foreign desk. There are certain things that I think people are yearning for to come back into the political debate long term issues that need desperate action climate change ageing society productivity in the economy, what on earth, we're going to do with technological revolution. All of those things have completely been put on the backburner that sense that you give any ground the stop being ideologically. Pure has lost any powers law slaughter sway over people. And that's where I think these of centrism is an insult partly comes from. 'cause it's come to mean being the wishy washy not really standing up believing as opposed to what I think people soup proponents that kind of at UB about what is about rational policy-making when we talk about centrism or the death of centralism what we are also talking about is the rise of ideologues. So by that token, I'm going to say centrism is basically the style of technocratic expert lead consensus. Politics making which seems to be on the way. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm Andrew moolah. And my first guest today walls, one of the first wave of seven defectors to the new independent group in the UK's house of Commons. Chris Liz Levi member of parliament for Nottingham east left the labor party earlier this week after thirty two years of membership saying labor had been hijacked by the machine politics of the far lift I spoke to Chris Leslie at colors house in Westminster. I started by asking him if he saw the independent group as a centrist movement. I think it is a center ground formation, basically trying to build a consensus around what we have characterized as the main stream values of the country. We worked together on a couple of sides of four of our statement of values the values not so the policy prescription. So we haven't sort of gone into particular details relate. Getting to one particular month of one particular, but we've talked very much about those things that we think cut across that center ground so notions of fair play focusing on opportunity and merit in terms of advancing through society, but also recognizing the importance of responsibility, both individuals having to take some responsibility. But also, the political responsibility international responsibilities. We all have I think the public. Yes. Want compassion in their politics and hate the fact that particularly from the conservative side. Has felt as though is left the vulnerable isolated, but they also care about tax payers money being spent properly with adequate scrutiny those are pretty basic things and sometimes taken for granted. But I think now is a period where we've had to reassert some of those values because the public have have haven't heard that from the main parties for a long time. What's your feeling about? Why centrism though has become it has literally become a term of abuse or centrist has become a turn of abuse, especially within the labor party in this country, which well within living memory prided itself on upholding exactly that you'll have heard this criticism already the idea that the independent group is basically a Tony Blair tribute act. Well, Tony Blair didn't have focused clue what was going on this week. And nobody he's I think he said himself. So we've decided to do our own thing and plow our own for oh, you can't look back to the last century for the answers of for the challenges that are going ahead. There are certain things that I think people are yearning for to come back into the political debate long term issues that need desperate action climate change ageing society in productivity in the economy, what on earth, we're going to do with technological revolution. All of those things have completely been put on the back burner because partly because Brexit has arrived and the main political parties have chosen to sit on the fence or take go down particularly euro-phobic route. So I'm aware that there is this attack that somehow the center ground is a grey scale mash up of those more clear of. Tipple's on either either end of the spectrum. I don't accept that characterization of the center ground. I think the values I hold are just as valid and strong, for example. I do not believe in lese, fair market solutions in all circumstances. I similarly do not believe in status ownership and control so answers in all circumstances. I believe in well-regulated Mark social market economy, which allows enterprise to thrive and helps us generate decent economy. So that the revenues we have pay for our public services and allows government to intervene on things like health and social care and education the basics that we all need to protect those most in need that isn't something that is has been talked about for a long time. And I think people have lost sight of that. But of course, it's it's a complicated thing sometimes to talk about that in a social media age wherein to itunes and sixty characters. Everybody wants to have. A black and white answer to every possible solution. You know, you've either got to be four something or against something and almost debate or nuance has been squeezed out of the body politic. And that is partly I think what hoping there will be a bit of a response to how do you respond to the criticism, which I know you've you've doubtless already heard and certainly going to here again, this is essentially a reanimation on attempt to reanimate the very very thing that the populist revolts from both sides of politics that we've seen were actually a response to. Yes and populism. I think is has is having its moment. I mean, you can see whether it's Trump in the states all happening in in Europe. And of course, it's fueled very much by this sugar, Russian the social media side. You can definitely whip up a lot of anger if you are a populist. But I think we now we've now coming to a point where that needs to be an antidote to populism insofar as I actually think if you build a populist appeal essentially on false promises that the solution to everybody's problem is something to do with stopping immigration, for instance, if you're coming from the right wing or that if everything is owned and controlled by an individual pulling levers in the treasury, then then everything will be fine that that those false promises will be found out. You know, one of the things I've worried about in the labor party has been the constant sort of tendency to go into making impossible promises, particularly on the on spending, which couldn't really be fulfilled and most people know in their hearts, they couldn't really be fulfilled without jeopardizing the economy, you know, everybody wants everything for free. But actually when you start asking, well d- mind, I ask how are you going to pay for it or where's the money coming from those difficult decisions have have been airbrushed out of the populist. Script and they don't want to have to confront some of those things. But as Trump is finding out in the states when it comes to fulfilling those promises that got him elected. He's now struggling with with when reality bites and similarly the populist movements are going to have to face that. And unless we have the confidence to call out. Snake oil salesman that actually they are peddling things that are not that are not realistic or achievable, then then the populace will continue to win if as seems likely for the next while anyway, the independent group is going to be thought of as what constitutes centrism in British politics. And I say that with all due respect to the Liberal Democrats how quickly and how practically I guess do you do you figure out how to stop? I think it's fair to say that right now, you'll see as being defined in terms of what you're not which is to say, you're not the hard left labor party. And you're not the cranky eurosceptic head bangers of the conservative party. How soon are you able do you think to start to finding yourselves in terms of what you are? Well, I hope from day one we've tried to have a positive and constructive set of values set out in on our website and on the put that we have from. Day one because it isn't just about what is wrong with the the main parties, it is very much about the values. We want to take forward now that isn't a full policy program or manifesto. We haven't even got the structures yet, we've got to have our inaugural meetings, and so forth and talk about you know, what roles people are going to do all of that is still to be to be discussed. But. You know, those positive values in the centre ground that echo as a microcosm of mainstream society. I believe we've had a good go at articulating those hope over the next few weeks and months people will look at that. And start to say, yeah, I understand where that's coming from. It is not about an ideological approach to understanding society or funding solutions it's about an evidence based approach to moving through public policy. Trying to take a longer term attitude to the way. Different challenges are addressed. But from a set of values that I think are certainly ones that I've always felt quite strongly about but people have to read them make their own judgment. And it's up to them. It's up to the public part of this is about also not. You know to to really push back at this notion that the party's own voters. Oh, this is a labor seat or this is a conservative area parties shouldn't own voters. They should earn votes from people. And I think we need a little bit more challenge to say stop being complacent. We want to try and earn votes by engaging with people and their interests and their attitudes. And hopefully, we'll try we'll try and do that. But it won't be a straight won't be a straight line. There will be ups and downs. If people are looking for disagreements between those of us who've come together, I'm sure they will be able to find them the nature of being an independent group is that we are going to take different stances between us, but I think we'll be able to tolerate those because in normal life people can tolerate different opinions. But somehow along the road, certainly within the labour party tolerance became forbidden. And you had to literally sign oaths of loyalty this past weekend to the great leader, and in a very intolerant environment, and that cultural changes of really really strong part of what we want to try and achieve that was Chris Leslie MP of the independent group.

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"reanimate" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"reanimate" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"I wanna know more about blazing samurai. Blazing Samarai is avid movie that of one of the executives who I mean that doctors animates here's what thought he brought it to me. And you know, I, you know, we Claverie on a little bit, you know. And I know what to the animation process, I'm not actively working on it. I remember it was a rough cut, and I brought my son to watch it. And so he, you know, he gave his notes so at ten years old. He's already. Putting in to the movie process or is not good. Did you respect us notes toward good? He's. He's. Tough customer when it comes to us. But very good instinct, what's gotta be tough when dealing with an animated film and getting notes because then would you have to reanimate things? But you know, you do it early enough in the process that you know, you're not looking at a finish. So it looked at they wanna call enigmatic, which are kind of moving storyboards. So I mean actually tougher on him to watch something that crew and to me to kind of figure out what it's gonna be at the end of the day. What can you tell me about shadow man at all? Yes. Shadow man is awesome. Basically this complex series by valiant, which is one of the great combo company. I love love those characters of the time they launched so by friend, Sean, Dan, Humes got the rights to produce Chatel. And so I called him William say that is my. In that movie. We're on Reggie ho. The work with Adam Simon who's an amazing writer and waiting on the next traffic the script. I mean, we we brainstorm so many fantastic ideas. So literally just editing it down, okay? We're going to put the whole kitchen sink in his movie. And so we got a slice of pieces pretty thin. I you know, I've superhero is I've seen them all. So the challenges how do show something that you haven't seen in movies before glands? So that's what's exciting about it. Will you big comic book creator when you're grown up? Absolutely. I still maintain sort of the family come a collection, thousands and thousands of comics. I think it may be fifty thousand. I don't know this that number, but it's it's it's a starch problem. Were you more of a DC remarkable kid? Really was totally broad marvel. Dc gold teen Harvey. You know, I love the medium. I read everything that was going to. Account would was Black Panther a thing. What what age were you? When that became a real thing was that sixty Black Panther. Yeah. Yeah. Let's do the nineteen sixty six and that's Clinton's. So you got two great Jewish chief mrS Stanley jet curbing, come up with the idea of a superhero name black Pam, then you've got to geniuses and in Oakland who come up with the idea of with the Black Panther party. So in happen at the thing kind of the near with a whole country between them, but just Brian ideas. Miss thailand. Thank you so much for your time today. This has been a real pleasure talking with you on. Thank you, man. It's been fun. Absolutely. Face. I want to thank all of you for making a possible for me to go to college. I will let you down tuition. Check bounce tuition. Check bounce. Out of my room without even here. My plan. House upon house pointed the mother of house parties men up a exam exam. Jim. Proceeds go into the Christopher Roberts scholarship fund. You went up black school went on a man named to mall. Fable flicked talk white. The ready. Nobody does five three of you know, what then..

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"reanimate" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"reanimate" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Company hero. He he brought he brought lead made a start up the old guy. This is the beginning. Now question he'd have more rights than the woman. That is true. That is true. Now, the huge question is Negra. What did you see this? Question. I was like all right. So what made you say? I did it's not that bad. It's just ideal man, I could really bring somebody back from the dead. But but you can't do this movie. Bring us movie. But. Don't backtrack. Now, say say speaking member a movie that got me gets me thinking, I like it like if you can give me out there Susie movie, man, would've what this guy. The mic check. It's it's funny because I was thinking I was thinking what the fuck. I wouldn't thinking. I mean, what happens if you could really bring somebody back from the dead and with the pipe down. Cannot tell you man narrow better movies about bringing people back reanimated is amazing. I would even say that's a B movie. Reanimate is awesome. Even not that remake. But the one from the eighties flatlined that line is is even a cool concept, man. Have you seen flatliners? No have you seen reanimated? No, okay. Don't you say to me about this movie? TC though, I feel like I should give you homework for that. Go watch reanimate a man in even Brad reanimated and go. Yeah. Go watch a week. Let line is man. Those movies are interest in this is not listen. I don't blame me because this is this is a fun movie watch. I love it. I love bad movies, as you know. And this is right up there. But he would defend this man cause with me you like, hey, y'all let me know y'all going. I can't wait to see this again. Tell me all day, man. We we're going to see replicates. Maybe it was popcorn ahead. Who knows? Yeah. Yeah. She liked it. You like do you see movies often? Yeah. Every week. Okay. Man. I got enough you just like. Just like leaving the house. So mad nay right man, Nate as what you told me. No, brother, you turn back. Now, you told me mad name. Now you stick to your shit man matinee? But right now, it is a fuck you you. Oh, but it's a good. Fuck you going to do this. I'm in there. Especially robots. I did man. I I did I have fun with robots robots. I wish I had. A we had a side of that robot. Nissho boy missed. Time since Kodiak deaths. Seventy fifteen minutes. Makes you have kids love, you know, why doors, MS. Ms. We have signed. Verge of Franklin. This man. Has one.

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"reanimate" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"reanimate" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Company run. He brought he brought the made a startup the whole guy. Now, my question he'd have more rights than the woman would. That is true. That is true. Now, the huge question is Negra. What did you see this? This. Question. I was like all right. So what made you say, I did not that bad. It's just ideal of it, man. I could really bring somebody back from the dead. But but you can't do this movie. Bring us moving back. But not the don't backtrack now. Say speaking mom brother, a movie that got me gets me thinking, I like it like if you can give me out there. Seriously, the movie man would've wanted this. All check. It's funny because I was thinking I was thinking what the fuck. I was thinking. I I. What happens if you could really bring some my back from the dead, and he put the pipe down. I tell you, man. They're better move is about bringing people back. Reanimated is amazing. I'll even say, and that's a B movie. Reanimate is awesome. Even the the not that remake. But the one from the eighties flatliners that line is is even kind of a cool concept. Man. You have you seen flatliners? Have you seen reanimated? No, okay. Don't you say to me about moving TC though? I should give you homework, but that go watch reanimate a man in even Brad reanimated and go. Yeah. Go watch. Let line is man. Those movies are interest in this is not listen. I don't blame me because this is a fun moving watch. I love it. I love bad movies, as you know. And this is right up there. But would defend this man because with me like let me know y'all going I can wait to see this again. Hey, man, we going to see replicates. Maybe it was the last popcorn ahead. Who knows? Yeah. Yeah. She she liked it. Do you see movies often? Yeah. Every week. Okay. Man. I got enough you just like. Just like leaving the house. So mad nee right mandate. That's what you told me. Now, you told me man name you stick to your matinee. But right now is the fuck you..

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"reanimate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"reanimate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So anyway. They are now at least in Wisconsin. I don't know the state of the law around the country. I would certainly hope that you can indict somebody based on their DNA. For instance, you know, there's DNA a rape or a murder. So how close could you get through the whole like they've been catching the serial killers. Yeah. Narrow it down to a certain number of people. If anybody in his family has sent off to twenty three and me some other spit. Yeah. Yeah. Well, and that's the way they're gonna be solvent. Every freaking crime here. Pretty soon. I'll tell you what. My my beloved hobby of licking stamps for other people has got to come to an end. I got ya. I can't do that anymore. John. Doe warrants actually took off in nineteen ninety nine when Milwaukee accounting DA became the first prosecutors in the nation to file on based on DNA won't we pretty soon have a family member or two from so many different strains of DNA exactly nail down practically anybody as the fabulous. Anne, Marie Schubert of Sacramento county in California did with her investigators to nail down the east area rapist slash Golden State killer monster so yeah. So this is a coming thing. And and with as you point out with the database now as thorough as they are. I mean, he got a shred of it. You know, you got any DNA and at what point only a matter of time. And at what point did they take it from us? Whether we want it or not in collected story. It's there's already noises about that. Anybody arrested has to give a DNA sample, which is. All right. Knew a little Swabi swab, and we're all in the big government, computer, everybody every man woman child in the country every single crime. That's committed been nail it down in like five minutes. It is so time to reanimate Orwell and ask him what he thinks. If it's on your mind, straight talk, six fifty. This is the best of Armstrong and Getty. The FBI is investigating the Catholic church. Big time. I'm happy to see that. I think this might be what it takes to actually do something. We'll have the details on that coming up a little bit later on the program. It is strange to me how long it took. They're looking and looking back at it. They're digging through the books and the history and on the whole thing. So good. Who I almost made the the big mistake. The tragic mistake the mistake. It can't bounce back from haunts me all weekend. But I didn't Michael I didn't you don't get the satisfaction. Mailbags coming up in a moment or two. But right now, it's time to take a look back at the week that was it's cow. Clips of the week. I regret that the press treats me, so. Hard. It is to make kid rock seem like the adult in the room. Thank the biggest problem in America. Right now is loneliness and the good news is it's fixable. But it requires friendship. The anticipation of future regret weighs so heavily on us. The impacts are decision. Making and often causes us to make irrational choices. President likes to call my mom a liar. What are the facts say? But she's less than one tenth of one percent. I think I can beat her. If you want to find a murderer. Yeah. Getty's mugshot on the news. But if you want to stop people from putting gooky is on statues, don't show them. How funny it is? For saying, it's ugly. Isn't it? And how does stress that they have to deal with the people involved and the quote live at they have to deal with them sharply. Speaking of Elizabeth both Elizabeth Warren and being a Indian interesting article by geneticist in the in the New York Times today about how that whole thing works that practically nobody knows..

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"reanimate" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"reanimate" Discussed on Science Friday

"Hi everybody. So I guess the first thing you have to answer is how black holes, Ben light because my dad asked that. Black holes bend light because they actually work the space and time around them. And so space is actually curved around a black hole and light will travel industry line. But since space is curved, that straight line is now a curved line. And so the light just has to follow space. So why can't we see a black hole then? Is that why? Well, we can't see a black hole because like can never escape like can never come out of it, but we can see things that are near black holes, which is helpful. So if there are stars orbiting black holes or if there's gas that's falling into a black hole glow, early brightly, then we can see what's going on, and we can be like, hey, there's x-rays coming out of nothing. Maybe there's a black hole there because why else would there be x-rays coming out of nothing? So you've spent more time thing about black holes than anyone. So can you tell me like, well, certainly more than me. I think about like a lot of stuff, but I guess I want to know what is like. Can you tell me more about what are the biggest questions that people like? What are you asking about black holes right now? What are you wondering? Sure. So I want to know how these supermassive black holes form. So Ray kind of alluded to this, like we don't really know how they form. We know that the small black holes form when massive stars die and blow up. But the supermassive ones like the one in the centre of our Milky Way that's like a million times the mass of the sun. We don't know how they got made like at all. We know that you can't build a million solar mass black hole with one million small black holes. That doesn't work for lots of reasons. And we know that these things form really early in the universe. And so you have all of this like mass that needs to get into a really small space really short amount of time, and we don't know how to do that like at all. Can you like I can't even visualize how big this is. So it was it. So what I know that Sanjay star, the one of the center of our galaxy Sagittarius star has it's like four million times the mass of the sun. Can you give us or the other ways we can visualize just how like hefty and small, these things are well the size of that black hole if it were in our solar system would extend to about where like the earth's radius or the earth like orbit is, but there's four million sons in that space, which is a lot and like Stephen hawking said that like one, the size of the massive amount would be like the size of nucleus of an atom, which is not something we can even actually really like you guys are like, really? You're like, I don't know what, what? What. Which is the appropriate response, don't feel bad. Yeah. I mean, like you can't what, if you like turned a person into a black hole, like would've fleet the president turned into like, oh, shucks. Something I teach in my classes actually is if you could turn a person into a black hole, they could like power the like the entire United States, energy budget or like many, many years. So it would be very efficient use of energy. So I know that there are we. I mean, you've what we've always spoken about these stellar mass black holes, right? That stars that collapse. We've spoken about these mysterious like gigantic supermassive black holes. But I mean, is there anything like what's what's going on in the middle? I yeah. So you may wonder like is there anything in between like small and large? 'cause there's like a huge gap in between. And yes, we think black holes might come in medium. Possibly. So one of my specialties is to try and figure out if there are intermediate mass black holes, which is what we call anything that's like more than one hundred times the mass of the sun in less than like a million times the mass of the sun, which is still a really big, huge range..

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"reanimate" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"reanimate" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"They're used to used to used to have premiers their premieres there, three or four every year. And they, I think they sort of ended when they had to start closing down Connecticut avenue. People. The easiest to get to all the time either. So no parking other, the metro is right there. This is a great single screen theater. Oh, yeah, absolutely. I will said to hear about the American city diner. You told me about that and yeah, yeah, it close. Yeah, Jeffrey killed Warren in the American city diner on Connecticut avenue. Yeah, really. It's going to reopen as something someone has taken over Jeffrey gilded horn who was the mayor of Connecticut avenue? Yeah, asked away he was the boxing Commissioner. Remember for the. That's right. That's right. And and American city diner was his deal, and they are. It's closed when I first started doing this man, I used to hang out at America city diner all the time used to be open all night. Yeah, just watch movies and eat. Perfect. Loved it. Man, I deal really sad. Don't take down all the murals. I hope those are. I think there's a billboard, there's no way like the American way that they that is based on a famous photograph from the impression. And I think they're going to leave that up and by the way for for the Littles the fans of the Tony Kornheiser show it is pretty much directly across the street from the refugee Safeway. Yeah, right. Exactly. Yes. Which is the worst Safeway to literally go in there and you like look for bread or milk basic items on us. Nobil for you. It's terrible. God bless Jeffrey guilty. Varney was a great care. And that was just a staple awash was one of the Washington DC things. He never understood that that photograph there's no way like the American way was an iconic photograph of the depression, and it showed the billboard, and then it showed a line of people lined up in a soup kitchen during the depression. But he never got. I wanna mention something and I want to get a response from Travis on. I have been asked to appear at the af I silver theaters in August twenty. Fifth. Say now. Getting. We'll get up and introduce the black cat from nineteen thirty four ever seen the black cat. Yeah, right. Are you followed by the re animator? Have you ever seen that. I've ever seen those are two of the sickest movies. Have you seen the reanimate f- scenery matter when I was young? Oh man, they would not make the Rianne. They would not make either one of these today. I think they would make the reanimator, but it would be it'd be a midnight movie would play at south lot south by midnight or side dance at midnight. If they can make a movie like the greasy strangler. Did you ever see that ever saw the stay as one of the most repulsive movies I've ever seen in life and they can make that they could. I mean reinvent the reanimator guy is is working on a serum and they're, they're making fun of him and he reanimate sa- cat cat and the cat comes back to life except now it's a psycho cat, right? So he keeps stasis. I put too much in it and then somebody dies. He reanimated well, they turns into a psycho pet cemetery, esque then right? A one of the characters is behalf. Added. So they reanimate his head and they reanimate is fun. And at the end of the his girlfriend who has been hit on by both segments of the reanimated body. Never mind. Okay. Did you accept station. Pages invited. Did you. Okay. The black cat is Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff and they have a grudge against each other. And at one point, Bela Lugosi ties up coral off and is going to scant him alive. Because he has stolen his wife who died and he is in bombed the body and kept it..

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"reanimate" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"reanimate" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Six thousand games it's where new yorkers play it's how nyc roles wins news time twelve twenty three nights says challenges and future are the subject of a public hearing this afternoon that's getting a lot of frustrated feedback daniel barbara calls the ten inch of public housing the stakeholders the first line of defense so he believes it makes sense that the niger tenants have a seat at the table when a new monitor overseas night's management barber who lives in the south bronx says in the last heat wave nights you took two buildings in the andrew jackson houses off the electric grid and onto generator power which was a good thing but then prematurely removed the generators and what was a minimal charge for niger has now become a ten time amount of what they were gonna initially tenants gathered for a citywide meaning to say niger has to start listening to them carol d'auria ten ten wins on lexington avenue in harlem wins news time twelve twenty four president trump is in scotland this weekend before heading to helsinki monday to meet with russian president ladimir putin robert muller's russia investigation and the latest developments exposing and blaming russian hackers from meddling in the two thousand sixteen election have gotten a lot of attention in moscow and that's where we find correspondent matthew chance the russians have categorically denied any involvement with any election meddling that's the position they've adopted in the past they've adopted again now last night shortly after the the indictments were made the russian foreign ministry issued a statement saying washington is struggling to reanimate old fake news it says and the white house issued a statement saying the indictment against twelve russian military intelligence officers contains no allegations of knowing involvement by anyone on the trump campaign or that any of it affected the outcome of the election president trump's attorney rudy giuliani issued a statement calling the indictments good news for all americans the russians are nailed he says no americans are involved time for to end this pursuit of the president and say president trump is innocent wins news time twelve twenty five the nypd is looking for a gray van in a hit and run investigation in brooklyn vehicle struck and dragged a twenty seven year old woman in williamsburg on bedford avenue and ninth street right after she grabbed a slice of pizza devin creedon works at vinnie's pizza and spoke with ten wins were asking if we recognize this person the victim i had it and so i brought them to watch our cameras and we saw them come in around ten forty they're really looking to see if they were with anybody anyone with information is asked to.

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Despite Russia election bombshell, Trump-Putin show will go on

24 Hour News

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Despite Russia election bombshell, Trump-Putin show will go on

"Well the russia's summit is coming up in just a couple of days now and the justice department announced indictments of course you've heard by now likely against twelve russian nationals this is all part of the special counsel robert muller's probe into russian meddling in the 2016 election sit down between mr trump and russian president vladimir putin happens monday in helsinki correspondent matthew chance has more on the russian response it came this time from the russian foreign ministry and they're using a lot of the language that donald trump himself uses to describe the murder investigation and the allegations of collusion with the russians say said the washington is struggling to reanimate old fake news about the alleged russian interference in the election they went on to say it's just a heap of conspiracy schemes again a categorical denial all in the wake of friday's indictments the senate's top democrat minority leader chuck schumer is calling for the president to cancel that meeting with president president putin saying in part he should cancel the meeting with vladimir putin until russia takes demonstrable and transparent steps to prove they will not interfere in future elections president spending the weekend at one of his golf clubs in scotland wins news time three thirty one ram trucks traffic.

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"reanimate" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"reanimate" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Can take some of the brain of clyde lewis for some of the brain of of like my dad who passed away two years ago they they can take the brain and they can reanimate my father's brain but they're putting it in a lobster type android how how you could do like donovan's brain echina fifty you remember that movie yeah or the brain that wouldn't die remember that that's another one yeah it's concept has been on the books for a long time now they're doing it i just i'm just terrified that that could happen to you or me or anyone else they could go in and say we're going to animate your father's brain and we're going to animate your husband's brain who passed away horribly tragic fishing accident and we're going to we're going to have his brain but we're gonna put it in a cyborg now even if it was in the cyborg i mean this is a cyborg that looks like some sort of mechanical lobster but imagine a cyborg were ill talk to you transformer size sized cyborg even it's too much man i just carried the thing about it is it is i mean we we make big deals out of cloning right abso cloners cloning is not going to have a soul well at least they're they're creating a human being from other cells and of course twins are clones there formed in the human body but they're clones so we ever cloning human beings i don't feel so bad about cloning human beings i don't feel so bad about camaros what i do feel bad about is if somebody's brain even the andrew del forty thousand year hence is getting thrown into a lobster at robot i worry about that i would too because they make that robot big enough it could have doggone malfunction oh have now functions go round stabbing each other what would have robot do who's four hundred times more powerful than human i just can't you know looking back at like young frankenstein what brain did you put in the monster abbey's abby normal what weather brain neander is brain meander who neanderthal remember him either wonderful memory clyde i wish i was young enough to have one that you all we've had a great conversation don't worry about it's been awesome thank you so much for calling the program thank you you bet take care yeah i mean meandrous sideboard cavemen somebody should do a song about that it's the andrew del cyborg caveman show yeah how can anyone approve of this and why are they doing this i mean we make such a big deal out of it this is a twentyfirstcentury issue okay mean no one i mean you go to any talk show they'll be talking about abortion i'll talk about babies right so what about and i know you don't care about neanderthal man but what about the nfl brains going into lobster like androids there's something wrong there something terribly wrong there go to dave in virginia hi david you're on ground zero hey clyde maybe the caveman sideboard already exists i e bigfoot i'm joking i'm joking i don't know what to say about that because you know how i feel about the whole bigfoot thing being something more than just an eighth out there in the northwest mountain somewhere or wherever you find him out there in virginia you know you told me about how you got on this trips and you see i think they're everywhere all the contiguous states in the forest regions anyway all right let's talk neanderthals cyborg caveman why why the hell the tell me here's a point i would like to make if this stuff is being talked about on the internet and i don't know how you find all this stuff but if it's on the internet he's college things why would he give you the college where they did this going to give you believe me i believe you say if it's found on the internet it already exists i guaranteed already exists in the underground because they're light years ahead of us with their technologies and experiments and they have the top physicists and engineers working for him i found the poster okay i found the poster a a public symposium imagination and human origins they have the michelangelo god touching the finger of adam they have all these bubbles at this and then sitting there is the andrew tall woman with her hand on her face looking up at all these people and this is.

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"reanimate" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"reanimate" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Can take some of the brain of clyde lewis with some of the brain of of like my dad who passed away two years ago they they can take the brain and they can reanimate my father's brain but they're putting it in a lobster type android how how you could do like donovan's brains back in the fifties i remember the movie or the brain that wouldn't die remember that that's another one yeah it's been on the books for a long time now they're doing it i just i'm just terrified that that could happen to you or me or anyone else they could go in and say we're going to animate your father's brain and we're going to animate your husband's brain who passed away horribly a tragic fishing accident and we're gonna we're gonna have his brain but we're gonna put it in a cyborg now even if it was in the cyborg i mean that i mean this is a cyborg that looks like some sort of mechanical lobster but imagine a cyborg were ill talk to you transformer sized cyborg even it's too much man i it's just scary to think about it is it is i mean we we make big deals out of cloning right dog cloners cloning is not going to have a soul well at least they're they're creating a human being from other cells and of course twins are clones there formed in the human body but they're clones so we ever cloning human beings i don't feel so bad about cloning human beings i don't feel so bad about cameras what i do feel bad about is if somebody's brain even the andrews hall forty thousand year hence is getting thrown into a lobster at robot i worry about that i would too because they make that robot big enough to have a dog on malfunction we'll have malfunctions go round stabbing each other what would have robot do who's four hundred times more powerful than a human i just can't you know looking back like young frankenstein what brain did you put in the monster abbey's abby normal what weather brain neander brain neander who neanderthal remember him neither wonderful memory clyde i wish i was young enough to have a sharper one that's all we've had a great conversation don't worry about it's been awesome thank you so much for calling the program thank you you bet take care yeah i mean sideboard k ben somebody should do a song about that it's the andrew hall cyborg caveman show yeah how can anyone approve of this and why are they doing this i mean we make such a big deal out of this is a twentyfirstcentury issue okay i mean no one i mean you go to any talk show they'll be talking about abortion talking about babies right so we talking what about and i know you don't care about neanderthal man but what about the nfl brains going into lobster like androids there's something wrong there something terribly wrong they're going to david in virginia hi david you're on ground zero hey clyde maybe the caveman sideboard already exists i e bigfoot are joking i'm joking i don't know what to say about that because you know how i feel about the whole bigfoot thing being something more than just an eighth out there in the northwest mountain somewhere for wherever you find him out there in virginia you know you told me about how you go out on those trips and you i think they're everywhere all the contiguous states and the four said regions anyway all right let's talk neanderthals cyborg caveman why why the hell that tell me here's a point i would like to make if this stuff is being talked about on the internet and i don't know how you find all this stuff but if it's on the internet he's college things why i'm gonna give you the college where they did this i'm gonna give you believe you i believe you say if it's found on the internet it already exists i guaranteed already exists in the underground because are light years ahead of us with their technologies and experiments and all my they have the top physicists and engineers working for him i found the poster okay i found the poster a card a public symposium imagination and human origins they have the.

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"reanimate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"reanimate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Can take some of the brain of clyde lewis with some of the brain of of like my dad who passed away two years ago they they can take the brain and they can reanimate my father's brain but they're putting it in a lobster type android how how are you could do like donovan's brain echina fifties remember the movie yeah or the brain that wouldn't die remember that that's another one yeah it's been on the books for a long time now they're doing it i just i'm just terrified that that could happen to you or me or anyone else they could go in and say we're going to animate your father's brain and we're going to animate your husband's brain who passed away horribly in a tragic fishing accident and we're going to we're going to have his brain but we're gonna put it in a cyborg now even if it was in the cyborg i mean that i mean this is a cyborg that looks like some sort of mechanical lobster but imagine a cyborg were ill talk to you transformer size size cyborg even it's too much man i it's just scary to think about it is it is i mean we we made big deals out of cloning right jaw cloners cloning is not going to have a soul well at least they're they're creating a human being from other cells and of course twins are clones there formed in the human body but they're clones so we ever cloning human beings i don't feel so bad about cloning human beings i don't feel so bad about cameras what i do feel bad about is if somebody's brain even the andrews all forty thousand year hence is is getting thrown into a lobster at robot i worry about that i want to because they make that robot big enough it could have a dog on malfunction we'll have malfunctions go round stabbing each other what would a robot do who's four hundred times more powerful than a human i just can't you know looking back at like young frankenstein what brain did you put in the monster abbey's abby normal what weather brain neander is brain neander who neanderthal remember him god what a wonderful memory clad i wish i was young enough to have a sharper one as you all we've had a great conversation don't worry about it's been awesome thank you so much for calling the program thank you you bet take care yeah i mean meandrous cyborg ben somebody should do a song about that it's the andrews all cyborg caveman show yeah how can anyone approve of this and why are they doing this i mean we make such a big deal out of it this is a twentyfirstcentury issue okay no one i mean you go to any talk show they'll be talking about abortion i'll talk about babies right so we talking what about and i know you don't care about neanderthal man but what about the nfl brains going into lobster like androids there's something wrong there something terribly wrong here go to dave in virginia hi david young ground zero hey clyde maybe the caveman sideboard already exists i e bigfoot i'm joking i'm joking i don't know what to say about that because you know how i feel about the whole bigfoot thing being something more than just an eighth out there in the northwest mountain somewhere or wherever you find him out there in virginia you know you told me about how you got on his trips and you see i think they're everywhere all the contiguous states in the poorest regions anyway all right let's talk neanderthal cyborg caveman why why isn't the hell the tell me here's a point i like to make this stuff is being talked about on the internet and i don't know how you find all this stuff but if it's on the internet he's college thing why wanted to give you the college where they did this i'm gonna give you the believe i believe you say if it's found on the internet it already exists i guarantee it already exists in the underground because there are light years ahead of us with their technologies and experiments and all my god the physicist engineers working for him i found the poster okay i found the poster a a public symposium imagination and human origins they have the michelangelo god touching the finger of atom they have.

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"reanimate" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"reanimate" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Thousand dollars got you on a waiting list with a couple of dozen other people and then they tried their preservation technique on a human brain on a recently deceased woman okay and then they started talking about killing people killing people yeah and you can see this is where it's going to be enormously controversial here's his ken hayworth again from the brain preservation foundation one of the best ways to get a really well preserved brain is to make sure you start that procedure before your biological brain decays too much and so the brain preservation procedure in an optimal sense should be developed as a medical procedure that could be applied before death did he say this needs to be done before people are dead i mean wouldn't that kill him that's right you know in order to get the best preservation of your brain you would need effectively to be embalmed alive now robert mcintyre from neck thome apparently started promoting his one hundred percent fatal brain preservation technology and according to the magazine technology review neck thome was actually consulting with lawyers about whether it would be legal to use their procedure terminally ill patients under california's assisted suicide laws it was all very silicon valley moving fast in attracting attention but not the kind of thing you usually hear around serious medical research while i can see why that alarmed mit and it also learned dr hayworth you know as you've heard he's excited by the possibilities of brain preservation but he wants to do good science and proceed slowly and carefully and he certainly thinks it's way too early to start talking about selling this service so he's worried that racing into this will attract exactly the wrong kind of attention and that would be disastrous for his.

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"reanimate" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"reanimate" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"No joe wolf josh could you explain that because i was watching the episode with our friend alex kidwell and i ask that very same question of like okay good beca is dead can they just take him and what he was saying was that well know now a white walker needs to come along and reanimate that person it's not just any did felt like the walking dead where when you die than you know two three hours later you will jess reanimate as a b maybe that will that would make more sense that would make more sense if you really need a white walker to bring you back from beyond the grave and that is what you need and you gotta go hunting for one of those guys that makes more sense hopefully that's that's how it works mechanically but i think that the mechanics of it the logistics of it or at least hazy in terms of the in terms of the book story and we really haven't seen a play out too much on the show is well barracked on darian lives that you have as the most likely to die in this episode i disagree with that i thought he was the number one pick on the board in anybody's game of thrones deathtraps going into or beyond the wall why i dunno i don't know i'm surprised pleasantly surprised i mean that must mean that they've got some really fun idea for barrick in the future not for nothing may be my whole you know insane john snow theory of john snow dying and barracked on darian bringing him back to life maybe that's not off the table yet maybe it's just in the future maybe he's still hanging around because he has to transfer his flame into john snow to bring him back from the brink one more time that could be in the future at some point or another i'm just going to hang onto that for as long as i possibly can but that being said barrack is alive for a reason barracks ally for some future purpose that man will die for sure before he entirety of game of thrones is over there is just go away he doesn't and if he doesn't end like everyone else is dead and that would be kind of incredible.

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