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Standup Comedy "Laughs" TV Show Lineup 1987 Mike Baily, Nicky Shane & Tim O'Rourke Show #87 - burst 1
"I got a chance to go further. John got married. So i had to go back and being his winning and it was kind of a nightmare because they had to do and to get on a plane and flooded dayton ohio and then get into a car with my entire family and drive to missouri and that was heavy. You know i love my parents dearly. My family and i get along real well. It don't travel with them very much. I have a brain in my hand. So i'd say the aug dayton ohio is like a million degrees all eight of us crammed into the oldsmobile. So the first thing we gotta do is ro those windows up. Turn out air conditioner on and smoke cigarettes. Tom smoke a lot. When dad droves got real nervous two blocks down the street. Your mom dad is you. We need is for the cooler sedan would pull the only close seven eleven in val universe responding that way of his his brand is if we can just go home car out of against.
Arozarena shines, Rays blank Red Sox 5-0 in ALDS opener
"The rays take the opener there A. L. division series with a five nothing shot out of the red Sox wander Franco put Tampa Bay ahead with an RBI double in the first and scored on an RBI single by young D. D. as later in the inning Randi Rhodes arena added a solo Homer and also stole home getting kudos from manager Kevin cash the steal of home but that was you know one of the cool things I've seen on a baseball field he looks Betul player he certainly gets up for the moment he's proven that Nelson Cruz also went deep for the rays Tampa starter and winner Shane McClanahan allowed five hits and no walks over five innings losing pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez lasted just one and a third innings allowing two runs two hits and two walks on the ferry
A capsule look at the Red Sox-Rays playoff series
"The top teams in the AL east are squaring off in the division series the Sox lead the division by four and a half games on July seventh only to finish eight games behind the race Tampa Bay won the season series eleven to eight despite losing the first four meetings with Boston J. McClanahan starts game one for the rays on Thursday after going ten and six during the regular season he'll be opposed by thirteen game winner Eduardo Rodriguez Chris sale could start game two against rookie Shane buys both sex manager Alex Cora said Wednesday he's not sure JD Martinez will be available due to an ankle injury I'm Dave Ferrie
Manchin and Sinema Exasperate House Democrats, But Can They Be Trusted?
"Start today with a little philosophy. I'm i'm i'm in a little bit of a cynical mood. I'm seeing everybody all excited about joe mansion and kirsten cinema. And i just want to warn you. Don't trust them. Don't trust them. Don't trust them. joe manchin lettuce down before he promises that he's gonna be the fly in the ointment of this socialist disaster that the democrats are going to unleash and i just think it's all bluff right now all this infighting i just don't believe a. I'm sorry i wanna believe it. I want to believe in him. I want to believe that there is a at least one. Shane democrat left. But i just don't see it. I want to believe that. Kirstin cinema and joe mansion will hold true to what they're saying that they cannot possibly support an alleged infrastructure bill that is connected to a socialism package that contains all kinds of garbage. That has nothing to do with infrastructure. Joe manchin says he realizes this is gonna essentially bankrupt the country. I just don't believe him
NY Gov. Hochul Says Vaccines Are 'From God,' Sends out Her Own 'Apostles' to Push Jabs
"Week. The lunatic governor of new york who thinks she's jesus christ wanting to send her apostles out into the world. She wants her decide. Go out and be my disciple. You can't play that too much. Your played again. Play cut five again. Just everybody knows who's running the state of new york these days. We are not through this pandemic. i wished we were. But i prayed a lot to god during this time. And you know what. God did. Answer our prayers. He made the smartest men and women. The scientists that doctors the researchers. He made them come up with a vaccine. That is from god to us and we must say thank you god thank you and i wear my vaccinated necklace all the time to say i'm vaccinated all of you. Yes i know you're vaccinated. You're the smart ones. But you know there's people out there who aren't listening to god what god wants. You know this. You know who they are. I need you to be my apostles. I needed to go out and talk about it and say we owe this to each other. We love each other. I don't wanna make you feel bad. But if you're not totally creeped out by that then europe problem. I don't wanna make you feel guilty but if you if or or try to insult you. If you're not totally creeped out by her shane out loud. Now you're the smart ones but there are others out there. We know who they are because clearly she saying if you're not vaccinated you're a total moron. You're not a smart one like the people in the room with governor. Jesus christ
Photographer Behind Viral Image of Border Agent on Horseback Debunks Whipping Lie
"The border crisis is sort of blowing up the bite administrations face in a big way. I mean even al sharpton learned the hard way that going to the border is not the a photo op that might turn out to be. Of course al sharpton winds up going to the border over a gigantic enormous walker of a lie that a border patrol agent on a horse was whipping haitians. Even the photographer who took the picture has debunked that lie shane. He wasn't whipping. Anybody was using the range to control the horse. But that didn't slow biden down from lying about it. Did you hear biden ranting and raving about it over the weekend. The person who did that will pay will pay for what for doing his job. How dare the president of the united states. Target a brave overwhelmed. Overworked underappreciated border. Patrol agent with a slanderous diabolical lie. When even the photographer who took the damn picture shed it wasn't true. Nobody was whipping anybody. Nobody was lashing anybody. These democrats are lunatics.
Rays clinch 2nd straight AL East title, beat Marlins 7-3
"The rays rolled to a seven three win over the Marlins to become the second AL team to wrap up the division title Mike Zunino smacked a go ahead Homer to challenge yourself last year you know it was a sixteen game season and and we had a heck of a season last year but to do it in one sixty two is something else Brendon Lau added a pair of RBI doubles for the AL east champs Shane McClanahan allowed one run and six hits over five innings reliever P. Fairbanks retired Lewis Brinson on a foul pop up with the bases loaded for the final out setting off an on field celebration Tampa Bay improved to ninety six and fifty nine and won its fourth division title since becoming a major league team in nineteen ninety eight I'm the ferry
"shane" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Chris. There were just talking about another comedian. I was like. I like him and he was like i don't like him and we broke it down and i was like oh i am higher status than than he is so he's below me. So that's comforting. I'm just talking about in the hierarchy of standup. Yeah i've done more stuff. So he's below me. He acts like he's above you. And then i go and he kisses my ass. It's like what is real. Is this to you. And he's this to me. Where is reality. It's just a warm cup. But what i find hopeful about that as you can just go like so. Let's stop taking it so seriously. My favorite study is the one where they come in. I've said it a million times. Sorry everybody but like they walk down a hallway and they make a poem out of magnets magnetic words and the people that had words like swift and fast and quick. Walk out of the experiment. Faster hot cup. this is called. I love this stuff. You start to see that we are part of something. We are not separate from the world. We think we are but everything is relationship including an emcee saying. Are you guys ready for a good time tonight. You can do better than that. We got a great show. I think it was so stupid to say shane. I hope you're having a beautiful day. But i am reminding you of the potential of a beautiful day. All the people listening to this while they're bagging groceries while they're working kitchen or whatever it might be and thinks it's stupid that they're not having any impact on humanity reality. You're having incredible. I was at. I say that because i was whole foods yesterday and the guy checking me invalid out said have the most beautiful day imaginable. No brush that's what he said and i laugh. I love that you. And as i walked out i felt and was reminded of the possibility i thought about my day. I started imagining just as you would like a positive thing. What is the best version of me taking my daughter to play with this boy right now. The other little kid oh engaged. I'm having fun that that would be a beautiful day. And i'm going to go for that because everything's hot cup these words you're listening to you and me and everyone listening. Is the hot cup that you're listening to one more example and i know you are to get it. I watched it. I've said it a million times but it had a profound impact on me. I spent the morning watching a youtube clip of of joe rogan's podcast. I watched clips of his show sometimes and it was. Just somebody being really kind of macho about a certain wasn't joe. It was the guest here and he was just like all you get out of my fucking faith food man. I for hours. Afterwards my attitude was like a step back reevaluate. How you talk to me. It was modeled for me. But that's why not this. Podcast is always nice but like i think it's nice to listen to things like this. This is why. I'm always reading books of certain vibration to get hippy. Because if i do. I have a better day. This is what meditation is is trying to set the palate in positive colors or open colors or spacious colors shameless. I have better watch. I'm coming into my yard. And you tell me i can't burn leaves. I've always loved my show so often the funniest man kirker laughing. That tough guys are always just telling you what you did you soon couch holding a microphone. You're still processing these. You're on your coach head. And tell me what i'm doing while i'm telling you what you're doing to so they can declare that it's not acceptable. I thought of a as you're saying that that was that was a beautiful little rant that you went on it was everything he said it was great. It was it made me think of. I was thinking about this on the way here. I noticed i have this peculiar. Someone asked me recently if i have any rituals and i'm like I don't think so. And i like recognize the importance of like forming good patterns. And you know rewarding positive behavior yourself blah blah blah. And then i realize i do. I have this odd thing that i do which is so. I can be like kind of cynical and skeptical person. I have this one. This one thing that i i'm turning discerning you tell the t. Guide shades crazy man. He'll go everts. Talk to the infinite void. And be like your in my. I don't buy it dude. About seventy thousand sun birds flying into your left. Australia like typical way of voiding. The subject god put it in quotes. No fear you're at the whim of something that can be like. Here's a chocolate syrup. Anima and you're like fine but nothing has been revealed the value. Save it for the deadheads man. So this is. I hope when i share this one or two listeners. We'll take this away and have this via thing that they integrate into their life. Strange when i sneeze Every time i sneeze. That's a reset. It's a new. Shane the shane before that. Cpi does not exist anymore. There is no longer that same new shane. Yeah have i been built by my past. Yes but it doesn't define when new opportunity with a sneeze because sneezes are fun unless they get messy can be embarrassing. You're in a social one of my spiderman. Excuse you're always hired a year. You're running away. But one out of one hundred leases. You're going home.
Shane Baz wins MLB debut, Rays cut Blue Jays' wild-card lead
"The blue jays led to nothing until yandy Diaz belted a three run Homer in the fifth inning of the res six to four victory Diaz had three hits and scored twice to back Shane Baz who worked five innings to earn his first major league win it was like a dream come true type thing trying to just keep my composure and remember the plan and just execute the jays fell to thirteen and for this month despite homers by Tasker Hernandez Florida's Gurriel junior and Marcus Semien Toronto trail six two on the nights until George Springer doubled and scored on Semien's forty first home run the race now we D. alias by seven games of the red Sox the blue jays are just a half game ahead of the Yankees for the second AL wild card on the ferry
Gen. Mark Milley to Nancy Pelosi: 'I Agree With You on Everything'
"Mike gallagher. Maranda devine weighs in on the general milley thing in the new york post and so honestly if you're radio interviews generals who say well. It's not that big a deal. I mean generals talked to generals all the time you know. I talked yesterday about nancy. Pelosi is involved and that's what she dives into let me quote from her article. I mean journal. Mark milley became so deranged that he cast himself allegedly as the hero of a seven days in may style fever dream in only he could save the nation from trump trump launching nuclear war with china to stay in office. It's an insane scenario. Left wing equivalent of the most far-fetched cunanan conspiracies. She writes but this is what is claimed in. The woodward cost of book entitled peril show alarmed was the tightly wound. General about what he imagined. Trump might do that. He made secret calls his counterpart in china. Promising to warn them if the president ordered an attack. It's clear that milly or people authorized by him leaked details of his delusional daring due to a number of authors. Because he's proud of his actions. His lack of shane bodes ill for the country if he remains the nation's highest ranking military officer as chairman of the joint chiefs of staff the botched withdrawal of troops from afghanistan over which he presided was bad enough. She writes what's next and the most disturbing part she writes of the mili- story is nancy. Pelosi's malign influence. The general seem to treat her as his commander in chief pelosi who was engaged in a blood feud with trump that sent her batty manipulated and bullied. Milly a transcript of a call with pelosi two days after the january six capital riot obtained by the payroll authors has her ranting at about trump's access to nuclear weapons pelosi said if they couldn't even stop him from an assault on the capital who even knows what else he may do and is there anybody in charge of the white house who is doing anything but kissing his fat but all over this. He's crazy you know he's crazy. He's been crazy for a long time so don't say you don't know what his state of mind is. Milly reportedly responded madam speaker. I agree with you on
Former Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell: Conservatives Have Already Won in California
"Key phrase is widespread election fraud. How many what was it. A few thousand in arizona than biden won a few thousand a few thousand there. He doesn't take a lot. It doesn't when you've got millions and millions of ballots going through the mail because of co vid. It doesn't take a lot common sense. Americans know this but the left attempts to wear us down axiom with it's ridiculous assertion there is to be clear. There's no evidence of widespread election fraud in california. How would you possibly know that now. On election they publish that before election day. Here was rick grenell last night on fox news. A cut number ten. He's a californian urging republicans to get out and vote and shane in many ways. We've already one look one thing. That's clear is that gavin. Newsom is scared. He's got joe biden here today in long beach campaigning. They are paying people with stimulus. Checks he is calling this the republican recall. He's doing everything he can because they are scared. I think no matter what happens over the next couple of days sean. We've already one we conservatives week we republicans in california. We've already one. We are putting to the vote of the people whether or not the governor is qualified and there is a healthy debate and we know that we have really terrible. Voter rolls here in california. It's gonna take us a couple of elections if we don't do an immediate turn around here with the recall i'm encouraged. I think we're already winning. I hope that every single person who's got a ballot in the mail will fill it out and vote to recall revenue
Wet Notes - 9-13-21
"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio from monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one first up today is in another idea for diving with a purpose in one of the most recent newsletters from the coral restoration foundation the coral chronicles. There was a report that cr f. is teaming up with the atlantis. Dive resort in douma getty to offer a unique opportunity to participate in a week long program at the result in helping them build and maintain the largest coral nursery endowing. Actually the town where. Atlantis is located. The program is being sponsored by the coral restoration foundation. The loveland living planet aquarium and the meat foundation. The program runs from september twenty fourth to october. First two thousand twenty two there are planned educational sessions on coral ecology along with restoration efforts and techniques. You also conduct restoration. Dives along with some fun dies. This sounds really fascinating. One of the pictures into newsletter showed the table coral at apo island. I vividly remember that area when we dove air in two thousand nineteen there wasn't any pricing available in the article and you'll have to contact the hotel directly if you have the time and desire to dive with a purpose check out this program and market on your calendar. Long time ago. Donna and i lived in hawaii that was in the mid nineteen eighties. At that time we got to experience. What was probably one of the first while in walls in honolulu. If you're not familiar with wilem walls you can check them out. The wall was a large mural of the humpback whale on the side of a building near waikiki. It was quite impressive. Well it might not be a while and wall but if you happen to be near brant rock in mansfield massachusetts you can catch a the view of a mural of a large shark painted on the side of an old restaurant according to wicked local dot com. The mural was painted by a local artist. Shane leonard. Shane was a former football player at boston college. Who has a passion for painting and a passion for sharks. Now the muros on the side of the former arthur and patch restaurant that closed back in two thousand fifteen. The shark faces divers as they head down ocean street which is a one way street. So you can't miss it say. Shane says he likes the way shark. Show emotion. the photo is pretty impressive. there's no guarantee that the building won't be torn down. Now that is unoccupied but according to shane. Even if it doesn't survive it was worth doing so if you happen to be near mansfield mass check out the shark mural on ocean street about a month ago. Patio wear foundation announced their fourth annual aware week. Now this year it will run from september. Eighteenth through september twenty six two thousand and twenty one the whole idea behind aware week is to empower the global dive community to lead or take part in conservation activities in courses focused on local action for global impact in the past aware has focused on two elements marine debris and vulnerable marine species this year in concert with patties blueprint for ocean action. They're adding three more components. Climate change marine protected areas and coral reefs. Some of the ways. That dive shops can participate or by conducting aware classes like dive against debris coral conservation or the aware specialty. Also like us. You can become a one hundred percent aware dive centre where you provide a monthly contribution in support of the patty certifications you award. We are very proud to be one hundred percent aware. But here's something that. Patty aware foundation needs to work on. We need more notice as to win. Aware week is happening. I wasn't sure what was happening this year and our calendar filled up and we weren't able to get things scheduled as i mentioned at the top of the show. We've already created are twenty twenty two calendar and it would be nice to know when aware week twenty twenty two is happening. I also mentioned at the top to show that the re photo contest results were in and that i didn't win while scuba diving magazine. Magazine's two thousand and twenty one through the lens contest is also complete. The winners were recently released at scuba diving. Dot com and the photos will be revealed in september october special photo issue. They received one thousand seven hundred and nineteen photos from around the world. The contest categories included behavior compact camera macro and wide angle. The entries were judged on beauty originality and unique encounters. I check them out and they are spectacular. I only wish. I had the talent impatience to do that kind of work. Now if you wanna get a jump onto twenty twenty two contests they will start accepting entries january third two thousand twenty two and you can submit your photos through may thirty first two thousand and twenty two and finally we recently received our two thousand twenty two aqualung buyer's guide along with information on all the new products coming down from aqualung apex. So i thought. I'd give you a little preview on what's on the horizon. I from aqualung. They are releasing a new regulator the helix pro and the helix it looks like the helix pro is a mid range regular and i think it's replacing their core. It is a balanced first and second stage in his environmentally sealed with four low pressure ports and two high pressure ports. It was built for cold water and has the automatic closure device or a cd. lower end. helix is not environmentally sealed. And it doesn't have a cd and it's designed for warmer water. Also coming out in two thousand and twenty two is their new. Aqua fluck aqua flex men and aqua flex woman wetsuits. I think it's a redesign of their tried and true. Aqua flex line they also have a two millimeter. Free flex wetsuit now. The i one hundred computers going to come in a new color yellow and speaking of colors. They've added a number of different colors to various products including something called sand petrol red and orange as for eight packs. They also have a new regulator the xl four osha and it is billed as a totally sustainable regulator bay from post consumer waste it comes in grey or mint with some great etching. On the first stage. I suspect it's just like the xl four plus being an overbalanced diaphragm regulator with two hp and four l. p. ports. It looks pretty. Sharp and apex is releasing a new dive computer to the sx. It will be program can program up to six gases and monitor six transmitters. The has a titanium basil making it lightweight endurable but also has a color display. There's something more that require. Some more research It says it has in oh to analyze or onboard. But no to sell gotta check that out a little bit. There's a lot more out there and over time. I'll give you more updates from both aqualung and apex. Well that wraps up wet notes. Here on scuba shock. Radio for monday september thirteenth. Two thousand twenty one
A Year on From a Stolen Election, Alexander Lukashenko Remains in Power
"In august twenty twenty protesters took to the streets in belarus following a presidential election. There that almost no one trusted but more than a year after that the man often referred to as europe's last dictator alexander lukashenko remains in power and opposition leaders fed lonard seek sky is still in exile in lithuania with top officials in her political party sentenced to prison just yesterday. Even though observers say seeking of sky was the rightful winner of that election. So where do things stand now. And how are christians faring. World's european correspondent jenny lynn schmidt reports in the years since protests filled. The streets of many belarussians watched in dismay as the nation's troubles faded from the international spotlight. That changed in may when alexander lukashenko forced a flight from greece to lithuania to land in belarus authorities boarded. The plane arrested opposition journalist. Remind pro to save sage and his girlfriend sofia so paige and threw them in jail. The european union and the united states quickly imposed sanctions lukashenko retaliated by releasing migrants across the border into the eu. Hannah luebbe cova is a journalist from minsk and a fellow with the atlantic council. The regime came up with this idea to bring migrants from iraq or other countries to belarus. And then help them to cross the border authorities. Lithuanian poland have reported seeing belarussian guards. Forcefully push migrants into their countries last week. Poland declared a state of emergency for two provinces as more than thirty. Two hundred migrants tried to cross from belarus illegally. Well of course it was revenge from look. Shane pick you wanted to. This is the situation. You wanted to artificially create a crisis on the border with boroughs. But luke says that means western sanctions are working. Lukashenko's recent release. A few political prisoners is another sign. Baluba cova says the sanctions have loopholes. That be closed
Interview With Zach Coelius of Coelius Capital
"Zach. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me longtime listener for caller huge fan of the work. You do good man while look. I've known you for a long time. Virtually and in your honor. I poured myself a glass of mud. Water which we can talk about later but we had the founder on the podcasts. I'm trying to remember about a year ago. Attitudes shown links is available. Shane's awesome fun story listeners. It's basically a mushroom coffee. Turn it yvonne. And i have sort of an issue. Which is i love coffee but like to my detriment. So i've been trying to go kinda half mud. Half coffey as a segue to not drinking a pod today in the morning. And it's working so far it's a nice blend so that's awesome. We'll come back to later. We're gonna talk about all things. Angel investing entrepreneurship wing foiling all sorts of odds and ends. You got a pretty say if there is a traditional path for angel or vc. You kind of have it right. It's the founder who starts out doing some companies and eventually start investing. Was that sort of the right path through yet. The only differences the traditional half is your founder start companies. You make of money and then you take that money and he wants to do with it and you start. Throwing things doesn't angel and my experience was founder starts in companies have facebook ripped my guts out and leave me dead in bleeding on the side of the streets and sort of like as i was crawling around trying to figure out what to do with my life. And like what your next i mean. I literally got gut. It is crazy Tell the story was crazy stories. I stumbled into back in two thousand fifteen the very beginning of angel angels syndicates and one of the companies that i had been advising for a long time a company branch metrics mobile deep linking platform and Ben arison who introduced mea through the seed and men when it happened. You guys mind if. I put a two hundred allocation angel. Listen see what happens. And they were like sure. Go for it inside like wrote the memo by awesome. It is literally january fifteen when endless syndicates. Were nothing put it out by email all my best friends unlike. Please look this in twenty four hours later. The allocation was full when i was like. I'm an investor. Now
Rodriguez, Richards Combine on 5-Hitter, Red Sox Beat Rays
"Bobby Dalbec had two hits and drove in a pair and Eduardo Rodriguez and Garrett Richards combined for a five hitter is the Boston Red Sox shop the Tampa Bay rays for nothing Rodriguez allowed just four hits all singles in six innings of work the left hander called Thursday start his best of the year that's my best on the season not the way I feel today about me but also to arms control wise my wife and I mean I feel like no dustbin my my best of the season also echoed Richards went the final three innings for his second save dot backs are B. R. Singh on the top of the first off rays starter Shane McClanahan gave Boston the lead the first baseman added an RBI single as part of a two run fifth loss means the race can manage only a split of their four game series with the red Sox and if all the six and a half game ahead of idle New York in the American League east Steve Kearney St Petersburg
Zeb Noland Named Starter for South Carolina
"Have you heard about the story zev. No one he's a grad assistant. He starting for south carolina. That's only part of the story. I think it shows you. How utterly bizarre the transition has been between. We'll muschamp and shane beamer.
Big Techs Taliban Problem
"Last time the taliban controlled afghanistan. The world of technology looked pretty different. The internet was still in its relative infancy. The hottest tech products were things like my space in aol. Instant messenger and companies like facebook and twitter didn't even exist. Let alone were there. Presidents and prime ministers using social media to govern entire countries. But today it's really common for all kinds of world leaders to be on those platforms and now the taliban is back in power. Social media companies have a decision to make do facebook twitter and youtube ban the taliban because of its controversial past or do they let them run their self proclaimed more peaceful new government at the risk of legitimizing historically oppressive group joining us. Today to help explain. Vox foreign and national security. Reporter jen kirby. Hey jen hey shane. how're you doing. Good things so jen. Can you give us a rundown of what's been happening and afghanistan the last two weeks. Yeah so in some respects. This kind of starts a little bit earlier. Which is the fact that the united states had planned to withdraw from afghanistan and they set the deadline to be august thirty first and so in the past few weeks. They've been packing up and pulling out troops in preparing to leave but as that was happening the taliban was going on basically this route of afghanistan. They were taking over provincial. Capitals and all this is happening really really really fast much faster than the united states government at least said publicly and so two weeks ago. The taliban reached kabul the capital of afghanistan. Where the government is located and the afghan government claps. The president ashraf ghani fled and so essentially. The taliban became the new people in charge of afghanistan. And since that happened. It's been a chaotic and desperate rush to evacuate United states citizens and our afghan allies. Who helped us in the twenty year war in afghanistan. so it's been a mad rush mostly around the kaaba airport to get people out before this rapidly approaching august thirty first deadline
Protests Against Covid Restrictions Turn Violent in Melbourne, Australia
"Aren't happy and are rioting. Angry scenes in Melbourne, Australia, six police hospitalist 200 people arrested As a protest against lockdown gets out of hand. No one should be protesting at this time Police Chief Commissioner Shane Pattern It's just ridiculous to think that people would be so selfish income and do this. It follows a day of greater covid positive numbers and greater restrictions at a curfew now being introduced Scott Maimon for CBS News, Brisbane, Australia According to the
Alabama infectious disease expert urges masks in schools
"A number of infectious disease experts across the country are urging school systems to require the children wear masks in school Alabama is a hard hit state with the delta variant spreading rapidly at the same time youngsters are returning to school so the co director of the university of Alabama at Birmingham's division of pediatric infectious diseases says he's worried about what lies ahead urging mandatory masking in school that's also the view of Dr Indy Shane with Emory University who says children are vulnerable because they can't be vaccinated what we do know is that children can be in school basically if mitigation methods are geared to so that means universal masking masks in school have become a flashpoint across the nation some parents are demanding the protection others see it as a punitive action or harassment of their children I'm Jackie Quinn
"shane" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"Season and so i- flipped that and said streams of trouble. never ceasing call for songs of laddis. Because i was in there in. I'm reading through psalm. Forty two this is. This is all happening in the same space. And i was just cry. I was reading. Some forty two is very helpful for me. Because it's i mean my worship. He caught me singing in the stairwell. You know it goes on and on and it. Was that kind of singing. Where are you breaker after breaker after crash after crash. It's that's what it feels like. You know but yet hope again. In christ and so some forty two is like the framing of it is really helpful and so This song it's kind of a mash up between come. Thou fount of every blessing tune my heart to sing your praise streams of trouble never ceasing conference on philanthropy. So it's kind of a match up between singing and for for those of us who aren't in that season where we feel like singing. There is still a song there and you can sing it and it might sound like complaint but it is in the song. Book of the bible is in the praise and worship and so your complaint will lead you to praise him entrust him and again. That's a d. That's a divine supernatural thing that got us and so it's not like we in those moments. It's like the loudest you don't know if you knew this but most people singing voice is the loudest thing they do. It's louder than shouting. I did not know that. And i am very loud. So this is worth us testing between my laugh and my yell and my same need to get a dvd out do it. You probably have when they're in your studio. Just just just do it and sing out and see but the loudest sound we can make some times as heart cry now that like oh where are you at in had these really sacred moments over the years in the hardest darkest rooms where complain leads to praise and it is just so dear How jesus in those places so a lot of songs on this record are kind of like moving into those themes. There's a song called song in the night there's a song called steadfast love lamentations three it. Just this is songs for people in those in that our. When i catch me singing what i want. The lord to know is that i'm always looking in his direction even if my heart isn't feeling great right. I mean that that's exactly what you're saying is we're allowed to say what we really feel inexperienced to guide and that that is worship it is. That's beautiful y'all okay. Listen you're welcome back anytime. Come on come on that their songs. We didn't get to some of my favorites. So i still got a list of my history that i'd like to go over with you at some point Listen i can't people to hear this album. If they have it they will link to. They'll be able to find it really easily download but the last question. We always ask because the show is called. That sounds fun e. n. b. Shane and shane tell me what sounds fun to you. Oh man i just wanna be in. The woods has got to be in the woods. What does that no cell fun new good. I want to be in the woods. I want to be like in a tree. Stand looking for an animal you know and maybe it's just watching it or maybe a shooting sure skin it and are we in hunting yet. Okay no no. No no no no seasons coming up in september. So you know. I know you're ready ready. I know you're ready for that. You can't wait is coming up season. do you still get into stanford up. No you just kind of stand on offense lonner church that or something but but still being in the woods. In my opinion it's still being in the woods and then dear season's coming up in october november which is also fun. Yeah really fun understand. Yeah yeah yes. That sounds fun to me. You know right. I love it. Yes if you it's fun to me man for those listening. I have four daughters and shane has three daughters. So that that's the answer to our women's ministry correct. So that's that's what we do and and we just bought this Pretty sweet pretty epic water bounce house at costco. That kind of sounds fun. Because i'm a little too big but if there were a big i've there were like a me size version of that. That's i mean. I'm so so looks it looks so awesome. Did girls love it. They love the do it all day. I mean i feel like you should give it a try. The worst happens you. He gives it a try. Yeah oh no no no no no. I've i've taken. He's all this guy's all in when it comes kid time he is out there on the ground he is doing it. I have been watching the show alone. Have you seen this now. Tell me more than i'm very interested. It's a show about ten people trying to make it somewhere. That's extreme like like northern. Alaska gets like forty below. They get to choose ten things but they have to be primitive things. Like there's no guns or compound bows or anything and you gotta make it up there alone by yourself. So we're watching all of them at the same time so it kind of switches to each one and they're filming themselves so they're alone they drop them off the helicopter and their lunch. They gotta make. They got to build house. They they figured out they got killed there alone. You drop them in this dream that that sounds like a good time to me. If i didn't if i didn't have five females at home i would. I think i would try to get on that show. Why watch this on netflix. Whereas this there is one episode on netflix..
"shane" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"I don't know how long time i don't know ten months and then i flew up. Talk to her dad. And then i you know we had the we had this evening and i did all the things and propose to her which that went real bad in the in her in her family. Not for her right but now nothing was like you know just airy and what if and all that. It's like this. This is i just want to marry. I don't want the draw. I just i just want and so. Eventually we waited. You know maybe another ten eleven months because her brother was getting married. You know in that season so we thought we would wait till that passed and and. I'm so glad that i'm married. This person almost fourteen years ago. Yeah if my fear of man would've stopped me. That would have been crying chain. Oh i can't wait to have her on and have her tell us her side of this to this is going to be a great two-parter on accident but i mean both stories are telling me for our friends that are listening that are married or single or parents or parents. Or wherever you are relational i mean both of you are just reminding me that guides story like if you give your life to god story he tells the story he does it whether you can't mess it up if he's doing it that's right. I mean 'cause. Shane and shane wouldn't exist without your story. E and and so it just feels like such an encouragement to me to remember that they got that scripture says jesus the author projector like are such beautiful stories of jesus being the author of all of this. There's so much safety in just surrender m- to the lord you know if we can wake up every morning and go you know god be my life. I don't have the goods to do the things. Just be my life live through me and that that is the process of sanctification growing in god right. It's not it's not just trying to figure it out and do all the right things and find all the right path. It's simply just surrender because we're never going to get better. Find the right path on our own. I mean his ways are about as high as the heavens are above the earth and his thoughts equally as high and so men surrender so hard. It feels like dying. You know like wh when when the bible says you know we need to take across dod yourself all that well. That's kind of what it feels like. It feels like dying. But it leads to life surrendering to him leads to life for sure so is good. Yeah i mean. I think to it just like he he. He's number our days. That's the thing you know. I think if we can remember that when the storms come or when the hard times come you know that man. He is working things out for the good of those who love him and are called according to his purposes. So it's like if we're called according to his purposes which we believe we are and we might talk about this in a minute if we if we get into the new album but like when the waves of trouble come you know. We trust that he is working something out you know and it's it is impossible the strength is divine now and i think he is. He is providing that mana daily and it takes it takes that daily going to the source and saying okay just like shane said i need. I need the strength today. I need them mercy for today when hard times come. And if they haven't come they're coming in we're gonna run up against it. It's just it's just impossible. It's promised that we will have trouble But we have a god who's overcome the world in so I think even those seasons. I mean those seasons were really hard for both. I mean this season with. Beth was really i mean. It was very hard for shane. And that was that was like one of the probably the second big crack in what the lord took back for his glory because it we had we had a lot of turmoil in that season it was probably the the second rift in what could have end end of what we do but the lord is so good at pulling us through if we're depending on him and so this good stuff beautiful. I think The day you and i met e this spring when we were at the same event i had probably in my whole forty one years ahead. Like the number. Two biggest surrender conversation with god. I've ever had that day and it has changed my life this year. I mean it was in march and it changed my life this year. And i've been walking with the like golfer for time and he's still will go. Hey there's one more thing. I want you to just like die to and you go like i thought we were done but we're just never done right. We're just never done. No we're not done. it's wild Okay so the new album. We're going to talk about the new album also before we do that. I've made a list of my lifetime favorite. Shane and shane songs. Can we can we. Can we talk on those for a minute. Yes because as. I told y'all if i don't cry as we're doing this i will be shot because of the impact as you telling me the story. I'm blown away at how. Shane and shane was built. And what you've been through because while yard living those stories you're also really actively a part of my life and part of my growth in my faith and so. I just need to know that i still sing vision of you from the pages album from two thousand seven about once a week it is. It is one of the most impactful songs. Does it ever think of that one anymore. Like how many of these disappear of your radar or as like vision abuse still on your radar at all. It's not division is cloudy. The vision gone. I lost the vision vision. Be very. you've been writing songs for fourteen years. I would say that. The prayer is very active. Still share in my life in fact a couple nights ago we were with some friends. And it's like you know if if you could have anything if you could have got answer any prayer it really for me. Any prayer like what. What would it be okay. Just god will do anything you want him to do. It is that that i would see him like my vision. I would just see simply see him as he is as he always has been. Because i i. I always feel so clouded and and we are we only dimly. You know on this on this side but yeah so. I think that the song the song remains in my prayer life. But we don't do anymore. 'cause there's been like a hundred thousand thousands of sunsets and i mean this must happen. You'll all the time though because y'all been doing music for twenty years right and and there are songs like that that have stuck to us and everybody has their own experience. What is it like for you on your side of this where there's an anti who comes up and goes i still cry when i vision of you from two thousand seven like. What is that like for y'all when song stick with people like that. I think it's awesome. It's it throws fuel on the fire to get into god's word and then try to craft sounds and you know whatever we do. We will sing. We'll sing ladies as long as we live. If that does exactly what you're saying when we look at the scriptures and seeing the truth of the scriptures. When i think of that song i i think of passages in scripture and so yeah i love that i think that is that is incredible and it's an encourages my heart. Just i have no business writing songs and singing. I just have. I just don't because of the my path my first twenty years of life has just gone just said. Here's the here's what i want you to do. I didn't want to do it. I didn't music has never been a passion. But if god with us me to encourage your heart anne in you know wherever you're at or a missionary on the walking trail to a to a tribe that's never heard the name of jesus than man that is just so cool in such an honor so as long as i live. I'll continue to do that in hopes that that would still happen. You know. I think we kind of realized early on not on i would say early on but later as we hear stories like that we feel like the lord is really uniquely placed us in in his plan to remind his bride of the truth of scripture. And so we kinda live with two main points in our head of like hopefully everything that you know kind of in the down line of what we do is singing the word and eliminating distractions and so we want we want the bride To be built up because you know. She's she threw. Jesus is the hope of the world you know and we feel like that's been our unique little niche in what we do is encouraging the bride and and reminding her of the trues that the word provides for life and that's in every season and It's such an incredible tool that we Sometimes miss and if we can put a melody around one.
"shane" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"It just keeps happening. Doesn't it what are we supposed to learn. The lord's talking us also. Here is my conversation with my friends. Claimed bernard insane. Everett shannon chain. All right shane and shane welcome to that sounds fine. Thank you for having us. Good to believe in looking forward to this right here. We're our we made it. Don't lie to me. They'll they'll just telling me what i want to hear this is y'all know that i am the lucky one here. Y'all know how i feel. Come on know this. But we do fulltime women's ministry and so anytime we get to talk to another woman. It's good you know we we do we can. We can unpack that one but if not we can just leave that hanging now gale hanging but also i'm here for that and i don't do fulltime women ministry so we're gonna have we're gonna meet in the middle you're gonna bring your female audience. I'm gonna bring my male audience and we're just gonna. This is going to upgrade. Everything for us is going to be. Good is gonna be good both of your name. Shame one is e and one is b. Which is still rhyming. It's still very close. You guys twenty years of your life you just kind of introduce yourself so that our friends listening. We'll kind of memorize. What voice goes with which shane. Yes you go first. Yeah alphabetical okay. Yep this would be the shane be and you know we we choose a really original titles for things hence. The ban named shane and shane. So my last name is bernard so around here. If somebody wants my attention they usually just say be and if they want chains attention. His voice sounds like this. Hey my voice sounds like this and they would call him e they would say hey e but what's funny about that. This is shane e. So if you're if you're tuning in shane. E but when when i was my wife We have a long story about we dated. We broke up. She moved abroad. She came back. And when i w-. Shane and i had been traveling for a few years at this point and so when i would refer to myself when friends would call his shaney and she was so confused by that. Because she's like why are you calling yourself shaney. I'm not saying shaney. I'm saying shane pause e and she's like she was so confused but it but it was funny because don't call me shaney shape. Just call me annie shane. Any combs shameless. Got it my question now is tell me more about your wipe. Who broke up. She was like. I'm getting out of the country. Girl she pieced out. She's like i'm done with this. Where'd you move. She moved to paris france. But this is the thing and this was before you were disciple women so she. She didn't have the wisdom yet and so this is how it worked. I became a believer We had gone to high school together story. But but i had known her a long time. We dated she was at baylor. Am we dated for about eight and a half months. I was really really new in the faith. And she had been walking with lord for years and so she's like man. I was ready get married. Because i had never you know like even had any kind of relationship with a with a girl who feared the lord and so i was just like this is awesome. This is on marrying this girl is it and she's like i'm a sophomore. You need to slow your roll son. We are not. I am not ready for that. And i was ready for that and she was not. So she's like. I'm a break up with you and i'm like okay. And so i'm at her apartment like standing in like like right at the threshold of her front door and she standing on the inside of the apartment. I'm sound the outside and she had just like rudeness letters. She read it. She broke up with me and she's like and she had never said like i love you or anything like that but then she goes. Okay i love you. And then she shuts the door. Nah says i love you and then she shuts the door at us confusing ladies that. That's not okay. You know what i mean. And edgy moved to paris for two years two years two years. I can't not deal with this. And then she came back and she realized that she was aired in her ways. She calls and says she asked me to marry her. You're not and it worked out your lights. You'd tell me the whole truth right now. She call you and say mary me. Thank up right now. And i need the wives. That's what i was about switch. When she came back she came in hot. You know what i mean. She was like hey. I just want you to know i love you and you don't even have to respond to me and i'm like and and i was just like okay. Okay so i mean we have been broken up shannon. I've been living together on the road. Like just travel and doing our thing and then she's she was out of town and he comes back and we had hung out like four times and we we were dating. I mean she was gone like she was out of the picture. Had you dated other people dated another girl. Yeah were you dating the girl. When she came back no was not high. Praise the lord. I wasn't but no even better even better but anyway so she came back and we hung out for like a week and then and then that was in october and we were engaged in december and married in may so it was like we were on the fast track but she had me. She had me at hello. This is a good story for a lot of our friends listening. Only because when you tell it you say we broke up for two years. Two years is a very long time for our hearts it is. I mean in a solution. It's two words in our hearts as such a long time. Don't worry be we're getting to your love story too. Because i love that too know e tell me what was going on with you and the lord and that window of time. What do you do in that window of time. Did you think she was gone for good. Oh she was gone for good. I mean we lovingly referred to her as the k factor because the k kinda wrecked my life. Like would she when that happened. I was a new believer nine and a half months in to my walk with the lord ever felt like like loss like that before. Because i think you know you start like a relationship with somebody like in the context of a biblical life or like loving something like divine in another person. And so i think it was. It was very different than any relationship that had been in the past. And so i was so moved by by her faith in it encouraged me so much and so i think we had this. We definitely had a connection in knin Like i felt like the rug pulled out from under me and that was like shane his group of dudes. You know gotta of took me in and it was like they were kind of licking my wounds in. So i if she wouldn't have broke up like in that season. I can't was kind of for me like my journey. Thus far with the lord at that point there was the hardest thing that ever happened to me and then so chain and his group dudes took me in and then change like man. we're about to go to minneapolis. And i'm like do can get in a car. We talk come with this man. And that was the beginning of shane and shane like that was. That was kind of like the first trip. So i like dropped out of school. This is how i am bad. I was in a bad way. I dropped out of school with two weeks. Left in the semester domi- dean graduate graduate. No finished now. yes i did. But that was part of our pre premarital counseling. You're going to get your degree son. So i did followed orders but you know but that was like the beginning of like really a journey with the lord and depending on him..
"shane" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Yes i think she does okay. does very nice. Good anyone explain. Why your thoughts. Why do you think that well a lot of the idea. Behind bruce son sticky guessing was happy ending up about the ended but be always looking at right side. Ariel said i agree. That's it that's good any final thoughts you want to share with us. Well listen i think All i can say now is like first of all. thanks for having me on your augustas of around I hope that you know Than the bond by pretty much nothing but everybody is continuing to stay safe. Stay isolated. stay stay while ago. And it really wasn't kitten when he said he didn't think the The They letter to your tour happened. This year The wasn't surprised at all I mean we were hoping that the after last year but the road concerts made to return to some capacity while not too i think bruce is gorge washes what the professor thank Immunology is saying around. America will our journalists over there. It's it's highly likely that the next year before anything happens. Bruce said you know. He consider the concert industry lobby should atop them. But we haven't helped. And i hope you know one day we believe one day. We will have to say life in concert again. I believe he will show so. Maybe i'll be reunited at the time. Amen i totally agree. Yes that is We we need that live music. We need that joy that he gives us a well. Said sir Are you on any social media that you wanna share. Yeah people would want a follow me on twitter at allographs. Shane that's Lg or sha e. can give me a with aaron. I'll happily tweet back very nice. I'll get that to you This was great predate your time. This was so much fun I'm glad you took a little bit of your sunday afternoon and shared with me. I hope one day that we can meet in person a show and embrace and shera beverage and just Sing our heads off just a you know acting like fools. We're the joy of live music right. Mark bosnich We'll hop yes all right listeners. You the safe remember social distance..
"shane" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Well hello everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine my name is scott olsen and today we are going old school and we are going deep into a really really wonderful type of photography. That's not practice very much anymore and really frankly when you see it. It's going to knock your socks off. We're talking with shane belkevich. Shane happens to live just a couple hours. West of me out here on the great plains of north america up north dakota chain that afternoon. How's everything out in the middle part of the state. good scott. thanks for having me on. We've got a little snow last night. Which was a very welcomed. Got a little snow over here. It's cold it's january is imagine about winner on the american that should be asked should be. You're absolutely right shane. You are just absolutely mesmerizing with the work. You're doing you do wet plate colin on photography. You do when one of the earliest styles of photography and admit you know. When i first heard about it i thought why in the world would anyone want to go through that amount of work for an image that i can do in my mirrorless. Dsl are very quickly. And then i realized how wrong. I was can't do that image and i certainly can't come up with a product that you've come up with so first question for people that that are familiar with the process. What is wet plate photography. What is the whole call it on process. Yeah so a wet plate clothing. Photography's invented by frederick scott archer in. He started working on about eighteen. Forty eight we believe in eighteen fifty one. He came out with a journal article in a scientific journal and presented it to the world. So what we're doing. I'm sure many of your listeners. Know about daguerreotype process which was invented by the declare. The frenchman About ten years. Before what plaguing frederick scott archer wanted to improve on that and This is what he came up with and the final product. And what your comment about why. You can't capture wet played in a modern a digital camera. Is that this is completely analog and the final images the images that i make. I an amber typist. That means i make my photographs on glass specifically for me black glass and these images are made out a pure silver on glass. And what's about silver silver does not degrade so these images that i have Have made over the last eight years of made a three eight hundred of them all by ten most most eight by ten black last amber types of they'll be here thousand years from now broken which which is not something you can save for princeton pigments in paintings and other things like that so the these are very archival images and i. it's just a very very romantic process. i was never photographer before. A two thousand twelve took my first exposure on october. Fourth never owned a camera. And i just find myself chasing this this historic process. It is really really interesting and we need to tell people that there is a movie out. There is called belkevich b. a. l. k. o. w. i t. s. c. h. on video. It's on amazon. Prime it is a documentary about you and your work and folks. You need to go there. You need to watch this film if you are in the any kind of photography. You need to do this but shane one of the things. That really intrigued me. Watching the film is that most of us that are in the photography files were making digital files. Or you know. We're coming up even if we're still dealing with old thirty five millimeter film or that kind of stuff Medium format film. You know we come up with a negative but then you know actual print is a temporary thing. You much more like a sculptor are making an object's this glass plate and it's not revisable you can't go back and tweak the highlights you can't go back and ask grain if you want. What is the appeal of making that object versus a kind of idea. We have to understand most web play. Cloudy and artists There was one here in bismarck. North dakota orlando scott gough. When he he was known for capturing the first ever photograph of sitting. Bull here bismarck. In the in this process that i practice and i i happen to capture ernie lapointe the great grandson. The city hundred thirty five years later in the same town in the same process but goth would have made a negative like you had said he would make a glass of so instead of putting his images onto black glass which you cannot contact with. He would have used clear glass. Clear glass as you insinuated. You can make multiple copies and you can enter. The final product in that scenario is a print. Because you want to be able to sell you know apprentice shayna print scott where wants to print you can make as many prints of these want is your business and it. Did you know good to have a one off plate because you and you know when you're talking about eighteen fifty one is no way of duplicate and they didn't have scanners and we couldn't do anything like that so you know. I think there's something very special about the the fact that these images are one offs and they can never be duplicated in they can never be replicated. When i make one of these images. I've for instance. I've dropped an image once and tried to go five minutes later. Ten minutes later tried to make this image with the same sitter the same camera. The same lenses saint chemistry. And i can never get back to that so if you look at this romantically. I'm not actually taking snapshots people actually making ten second movies. I'm still life movies. Because my exposures in my natural studio that i built here in bismarck. It's called nostalgic glassware plate studio the first one in in the country bill of the ground up and over a hundred years. I'm making ten second exposure. So there's heartbeats and there's blood flowing through the person there's a couple. Maybe a blinker to and what. I really love about this is. Maybe there's a thought so. I'm capturing thought on that piece of glass pure silver. That'll be here on.
"shane" Discussed on Unspooled
"Here is a man enough to handle any threat, and he's handsome enough to win the heart of almost any woman. Why does he present himself as a weakling? Why is he with a woman you're? There must be a deep current of fear enlivened by MASOCHISM. Is He afraid of women he does. He deliberately lead men to think they can manhandle him, and then kill them manifestly does he do this out of bravery, and courage is because he believes in the right in doing the right thing. That is the conventional. Conventional Answer, but does he also do it because it expresses some deep neater yearning, a real possibility, Shane never says and maybe never knows Shane wears a white hat and parents whereas a black hat, but the buried psychology of this movie is a mottled, uneasy, fascinating gray and I hadn't thought of that angle till Uber brought it up that if Shane can beat everybody, is he kind of teasing everyone into a confrontation? Eventually like like what does he does? Is he getting something out of this underneath the surface? That's a cynical way of looking at it, but it's interesting to least. Think about like. Oh, I know it can beat you like. I think that that Kinda undercuts the whole idea of the movie, but. Worth of debate. which have my next question was going to be? Is Chain replicant? Yes. But no, my real question is, this is their Simpson's. Yes, I'M GONNA make the argument that this is a Shane reference in this simpsons clip here. This is from an episode called the Cartridge family, and what happens in this episode is homer. Simpson goes to a gun shop. It's called blood bath, and beyond he buys a gun and this seat is going to open up with him surprising marge with his gun. A line in here that I think is echoing Shane when he describes it, a gun is a tool. Your is marriage. Prize for you. Okay Open your. It's good is great. This is the trigger. This is the thing you point whatever you want to die. I don't want guns in my house. Don't you remember one man shot Mr Berg? SMIDGE DID IT! A lot more sense it did. Can I borrow the gun tomorrow? I WANNA scare that security guard at the bank only if you clean your room. You're. Choosing this phone. The TV said you're fifty eight percent more likely shoot a family member than an intruder. had to have a gun. It's in the constitution. The Second Amendment is just a remnant from revolutionary days. It has no meaning today. Your couldn't be more wrong. If I didn't have this gun that King of England could just walk in here anytime. He wants and start showing you around. You want that Huh. All right. Sorry Hama. Goodness is not a weapon march. It's a tool like a butcher knife or Harpoon or An alligator you just need more education on this subject. Tell you what you come with me to an NRA meeting, and if you still don't think guns are great wheel, argue some more that is amazing. Holy Shit I. don't even care if it's a a shane reference I just wanted to watch that clip he had that whole episode was really really convert a controversial to the simpsons tried to both sides it a little bit like some of. Of the writers in the room we're very pro gun. Some of the writers including a Matt groening very anti guns. They tried to kind of show both is which did not work. The NRA complained about this episode incident didn't represent them correctly. and also a writer in the new. Statesman pinpointed this moment as the moment that marge should've left homer, saying that quote helmer has proven himself to be a violent unstable controlling reckless husband. Well I. Mean that Prime for a remake of Streetcar Right with the two of them. Let's do it Amy, it's been fascinating talking about Shane. I feel like we've said everything that needs to be said I mean. What do you think we're obviously podcasters a few words? What a fun episode I loved talking about this movie. But Amy. We are coming to the close of a very important part of the next week. We're talking about Charlie. Chaplin's Modern Times. Which is the last silent film on this list? It is it is? It's our ninety fifth film on the list is next week. whinge Athens modern, times that is insane and ninety five percent of this list. Oh my God. We're now out of silent films after next week, so my question at home for everybody listening is. What's on films? Is this list missing? You know what is not here. That needs to be heard. Now's the time to speak up on behalf of the silence. That cannot speak for themselves. That cannot have cute. Little quotes played on during the episode and Tell us which silent film you think should also be. Here should be considered for inclusion on this list. Maybe think Charlie Chaplin Film He's got three of them should be elbowed aside for your favorite, so give us a call at seven, four, seven, six six. Six, six, five, eight, two, four, seven, four, seven, six, six, five, eight, two, four to speak up for your silent film, and like we said next week's episode is modern times, and you can find it for free on HBO. Max Hbo Max kind of sucked up. Film struck so there's a lot of great films on HBO. Max Right now but that's how I going to watch it, so it's right there for free will see you next week as we talk about modern times see later aiming. By..
"shane" Discussed on Unspooled
"I. Mean I think we've really kind of talked about. Does this movie belong on the list I think if you're going to twist my arm because I know where you already feel about it. I you know I, 'cause. They came in going absolutely. This bonds enlists the quintessential cowboy film I think there are better versions of this. I'm going to say take it off the list, but keep it high in your heart. Because I do think is actually a really wonderful beautiful film and I think we've told the story of continue. Tell a story. You know if it's Logan. unforgiven you know the story still stands in. You know and I think. Visually is what's kind of edging me to that Direction I. Think we've done it a little bit better. Visually Yeah I know there's a lot here to love. Agreed I am all onboard always for films that question who we hold up his heroes, and why and I think this film does that so beautifully? But I'm ready to hear. Who Never has the whole done in the first place? Even if the movie makes fun of him, holding guns, I'm ready to get out of the wild west movies like this. You know there's a lot of euros in this country who aren't represented in films like this is a lot of here. That here was takes a lot of different forms. And now I guess the question is. How is this movie received? We know that it became a flagship of the studio, but where people into it. Yeah, everybody loves it. I couldn't actually find a negative review of this What it is instead that I wanted to read is from a positive. You written much later when this movie came out by Roger Ebert. What he what he here is. He just poses a lot of questions to the audience. He says he's still wrestling with what Shane is and what it means and I thought that was so interesting so.
"shane" Discussed on Unspooled
"That's. Nothing, really as far the to push ups right. You can do that all night at. It doesn't make any difference whether she's. They're not because. Besides it's a hell of a lot. Less expensive wow. You know a long time ago nineteen forty nine. I picture. Nineteen forty-nine first film. Shooting about two weeks of the. Producer came to meet Isa Jack. My name at that time was the meal, but he called Me Jack. He says. They're going to win the Academy Award. Can you believe it? Later right. There's some of. The Jack Pounds never really escaping. This. Image, and he's done a lot of parts. I wanted to play this clip. From who was on Letterman in Nineteen ninety-two and just kind of his energy about chain in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety two. Let's. Let's talk a little bit about your career. You know that Shane. I rented that couple of months ago and watch the man. What a great movie that is! You know it's still that was made in what fifty to fifty three right in there, too. Yeah, it's still just as crispin as exciting and and full of fun and dramas. As it was when it was first released was. Is that one of your favorites got to be one of your favorites? Are you asking me or are you leading me into an answer? Well if I have to think of a film Mike that by the forty years ago, the house, going to think of a film forty years. What I'm thinking about the film. What I thinking about? Is the film much coming to four weeks from now four days out some people. Like, the film I loved it I loved it. Well. I answer that question. I just thought that was great that he's still. Doesn't give a Shit I love it. No he's so handsome and so intimidating but. If we're, GONNA be talking about like the decades long legacy of Shane. I mean Shane has been used politically in ways that I find really interesting, I mean in nineteen, fifty nine, when Khrushchev came to America of state at Camp David Shane was the movie. The Eisenhower requested to play for Khrushchev while they were having their slumber party. What it also yeah, and then like decades later in nineteen, eighty one China had had a wall up about showing American films in China they finally agreed to screen five American movies in China. They sifted through a lot. They rejected several movies that we've actually had on this list. They rejected the Grapes of Wrath. On the waterfront, but they allowed five movies to be shown, and Shane was one of them and the other ones i? Don't know if you can guess. We've got singing in the rain and Snow White, and then they also picked guess who's coming to dinner and the..
"shane" Discussed on Unspooled
"Maybe. Maybe maybe you wouldn't put a dark night on there. You wouldn't want to put a Nolan on there. That's a bad I mean if we put one I, wonder if people would rather put on Logan, dark night. I. Think Dark night is the one that would probably win out if you were to ask people I think that is. Probably more resonant in our culture as being. I mean they're both really good, but I think that they're both also examples of. Movies that transcend what a superhero movie is. It's not the traditional fair. You know I think that that's why they're kind of the same way that this is not a traditional cowboy movie in a in a world. When there are you know hundreds of cowboy movies. This sticks out I think that the cowboy movies and the Superhero Movies share a similarity and I think you can tell these stories you have these other movies that are released, and they're just a fun Superhero Romp and the others that you can actually do something that has a little bit more weight to and Tell A. Better Story. I don't know there's world for that I. Mean That's fair that you have convinced me that that. Yeah, no Shane forgiven no logan on the top one hundred. Wow, you want. Just got kicked out we'll. Wow Wow. Did you know that Jack Palance near when he makes this movie, he's fairly new to making movies, and he has just shown up and done this dynamic one two punch. He gets supporting actor nomination for this one, and he had just gotten a supporting actor nomination year before, and he had really only started making movies just a few years before that he was Marlon Brando's understudy on the stage production of a streetcar named desire. Oh, wow. Can you imagine pilots? Know No, I mean I mean I. Guess Looking at I. Mean I'm I'm thinking of like? City slickers Jack Palance and I have to look at him there. He wasn't attractive man like you know. He had that huge AFA. He is a bad ass, but you know what you did talking about this earlier, and I just want to call it to attention one more time. He did not know how to ride a horse. He did not know how to announce or gracefully mount a horse so. When I see him dismount in the movie and then remount it what they did was they ran the film in reverse. They had him getting off the horse and they ran in reversal. It looks smooth. Was I. Just think is like so funny because he is. You hear that clip. He still get everybody ship, but this is the guy who. Couldn't get office horse, and when you watch classic this intimidating guy. No, it's running backwards to. On and off at this other was so fun. Movies are not real. I'm doing my air club. Can I seize this moment to play Jack pylons at the Oscars one of the Best Oscar moments of all time when he does the one armed push? Oh, of course. You know there are times when when you reach a certain age plateau where the the producers say they talk about you and they say well, what do you think? Can we risk it? Could we do it? Can we use them? The other guy says I don't know. Let's look younger ones. We could make them look older, but this one you know it's. It's kind of difficult. They forget. They forget to ask that. You go out there and you do all these. Things like for instance you know..
"shane" Discussed on Unspooled
"Ultimately is carrying a scene kind of weight. You know I like there is a there is a a tough way to. I don't know it's hard to balance like what I would put on the list I. Don't think we need to the same exact stories in the same genre now. Honestly get rid of both of them but it. For stagecoach. Yeah or maybe not another Western at all the Admin. I'm starting to get this. Urge to want one of the great like you can union rabble-rousing movies. You know like normal ray on here. Something as going to be like I want to tell that story instead of another Western. I was also thinking about like a nine to five or something, too. But I mean I know there's ninety five. Win Jack Pallets. Is telling his boss Lake in his bosses. Like I'll kill them if I have to inject balances like you mean, I'll kill him if you have to. There is that reminder of like working men versus their bosses. A. You know it's interesting as much as I really liked this movie I do wrestle with. The. With its placement because. I'm I'm really you know? I love Alan Ladd it but. As a cowboy, it's kind of ridiculous compared to high noon. There's something about high noon. Maybe it's because it's black and white, but the alphabets are a little less really like a mean chains like costume. Is. So. Property or so like set like out of the out of the Hollywood wardrobe shop you know, but yet the movie works regardless of all those things you know I I feel like there are just some choices here that. That could really Kinda tank this movie, but the fact that it's not that doesn't take. It actually is such an enjoyable watch. it makes me conflicted. I wonder if this falls under your umbrella. Theory of movies have become more popular because they get a TV show. You like there was here the Shane. TV show. Saturday night begins at seven thirty with Shane a Western action drama based on the motion picture classic. It is produced by her broadcast was reputation has been established with such distinguished series as the defenders. Brings a new face to television. Audiences David Carradine fresh from his Broadway triumph in the highly acclaimed royal bizarre. School? Day, I couldn't help you. Getting away. Jensen worth knowing. Didn't he? You do. I actually did see this show. I remember when Rick Dalton was on as one of the bad guys. The great episode. Is David. Carradine's does that and the need does. Essentially the he does. Come Fu, which is kind of a similar idea to Shane. It's too and I. Don't know if people call the producer of the Shane TV show was also the producer of the defenders, but that was the TV show based on twelve angry men. or Twelve angry. And by the way Shane works as a one off show Shane is the incredible hulk I mean Shane is, and that's the other thing. We talk about this all time like, is it? Because, it's I as a belong on the list but I like so many shows like highway to heaven. Is this like you know it's this idea of one person comes to town makes a difference goes on their merry way. Yeah and I think Shane coming out in nineteen fifty three really. Is this great example of how TV film interacting at that point you know because I mean. Yes, I feel like this was shot TV. Ish like that's what y'all like. No, it's fine. We almost don't have to shoot that good. Theory but that you know this movie gets like a full court. TV Promotional Push I mean the little kid. Who Wins an Oscar for? This becomes the youngest person nominated for an academy award. You know. His name is Brandon dwelled. He gets to be on the show. What's my line? Do you know that show where like come on everybody be blindfolded? They would know who is talking. He puts on a fake voice to disguise them. This is really cute. We're GONNA. kilgallen. In some form of the entertainment world. Is Our guest in some branch of the entertainment world. wrapped. have. You been running. No, I. Don't mean that as a question. Preface. do something other than act. In addition to acting. One thousand nine to go Mr Alan. Mel Torme. then. You are an actress. then. You are an accurate. We? Like every year when a kid gets adamy award that hasn't tried it out of all the parties and becomes the toast of the town. yeah I mean. He absolutely got that. He even got his own TV. Show right at the same time called Jimmy if I'm for Jamie starring Brandon, wilder. With Ernest Rex. Only roles and Kathy Nolan Brought to you by sons, we've Prune Jews. The fruit juice that gives you something extra. The Shit's. Wow? He's really interesting person. He wound up dying when he was thirty in A. Car Accident, but before that he got really into music, and he was recording music with Gram Parsons a around the time when he some of that is still on Youtube. If people want to give it a listen. With kind of funny because I think he gave out a ladder really hard time on set, I mean infamously during the final sequence when and leads wounded and he's leaving counties. Telling him like you know why can't stay apparently? When he was off camera, Brandon was just sticking his tongue out at him. The entire time and Ladd was like get his dad over. Here is like make that kid, stop or beat him over the head with a brick. I mean let's listen to that speech because it becomes really important. Asked to be what he is Jimmy. Catholic. tried. It didn't work from. Want, Shane. Joey there's no living with. The killing. There's no going back from. Right and wrong. Brand Sticks! There's no going. Are you run on home to your mother color. Color everything's all right. More Gunston. Even by now, people have put it together. That Shane is the movie that shows up a lot in Logan in the wolverine movie from a couple years ago, that that Shane is the movie that the little girl happens to be watching that Laura Heavens. BE WATCHING! It's the movie that she winds up quoting at the very end when Wolverine dies. But he is Joey. Can break the more. There's no, if with security. There's no going back. Right or wrong breath. How you run home too much. Everything's all right. Gun Unified. Here's my question for you. I know you don't WanNa put a marvel movie on this list, but would you replace Shane with? that. Can I get rid of unforgiven to? Sure. You can do whatever you want. I'm open then I'm open. What I never have to put on another superhero movie. Could we just put on Logan Call Today?.
"shane" Discussed on Unspooled
"I think getting increasingly interested in this kind of music. This reminds me of the same. That we heard in the parachute jump of bridge over the River Kwai, it's The I don't know I think of this music as the police academy. Music I WANNA the history of the Jonty Police Academy Music Oh amy. The topic of your next Zoom podcast I love. You know it's to talk again about this movie and. And the expectation of what this movie was and how it was received because. We already talked about the idea that the story is very simple. It's been copied. We, see its tentacles, and in all of Western's I think this one. Does it better than? Than, most if not all, but you know the studio and they made this movie. They thought this is GonNa. Be a beep picture, and that's why it was a low budget twenty days shoot and it took George Stevens two years to edit this movie. So, he's very exacting and he you know the money is a spiraling out of control and paramount's like Oh. This is not gonNa work does not going to work, and they approached Howard Hughes, said Hey, would you? I don't know? Maybe by this movie from us, because we're losing so much money on it how it is like I'm not buying a Western dumb western from you, but then he watched the movie. And he immediately called back. GonNa. Give you a million dollars right now. I will buy this film for me right now, and then all of a sudden like Oh Helen. This might be. This might be something that is actually good, and they made it its flagship film of the year. and. It recouped all of its money and again it just goes back I. Think as we've talked about this. You know a lot in the last couple of episodes like. Audiences, want to see something a little bit more complex, and it's it's been rewarded win. These themes are kind of complex, and and how you can kind of mix something that is incredibly entertaining with something that actually has a message where you go out, and you and you realize that it's not hitting you over the head with it. It's actually creating a movie that you walk out on your. That was a great movie. And then you're weight, but hold on. What is it it it kind of plants these seeds. I I was kind of amazed at that. I didn't realize that this was going to be kind of just kind of. Shot out on the side. You know a movie. That kind was like the little engine that could force ticket. Yeah, although I have to say I mean thinking about this movie technically. It doesn't feel to me like it has. The kind of visual grander of of even other Stevens is other movies. This feels very TV to me. I kept thinking when I was watching it like. It doesn't look right to my. It looks like there's a lot of day for night. Kind hails around people's heads so much day for night. A hated that it doesn't look like anything like a John. Ford movie and I feel like you know when you talk about. The searchers are like Oh I. Wish I had the searchers cinematography with this plot? You know it's like that like. I feel like, but there's maybe kind of transcends that although it was the first pre anamour. FIC- wide-screen Colour Western. To hear they didn't necessarily want it to be that way. It was you know you remember how like ten years ago all these movies were shot in two D and then they last minute got turned into three eighty I. think that's Kinda. What they did here at this being like what's wide-screen. They blew it up. And it and it fucked up the colors then and the cinematographer was really embarrassed, and then he won the Oscar and he was like okay and to me honestly I'm kind of like strange about him. Winning the Oscar because there's just. There's Weird Stephanie like when they go to. When they go to the store for the first time, and there's a whole scene with like the man who owns the store, and there's a pole curtain from the light shade like right in the middle of his face and I was like what's happening. It was just you remember that white yarn in his face. And I was like what's what is that? That's not visual. Is it just weird? No, you're right. I think felt like. An early or not early a color episode of Bonanza something like that. It just had like A. Movie that took one hundred nineteen takes to do a scene or took seventy five versus the original twenty. It's like I wonder what that was spent on. Because it wasn't creating beautiful vistas I mean there's a couple moments where you see like this great backdrop in the little town that they built, but it's not. I don't know in a weird way. I wonder if the story sticks out more because. It's not photographed in a stunning way photographic. Heroically. Kind of is a little bit more simple. I I definitely. A couple of times shook my head. Like Oh, this is. Rough to look at yeah right? I mean I was watching. The original cabin is still there. It's been declared a ruin and so there's a couple of people on Youtube. Like going out to visit the cabin with their cell phones it when they shoot the cabinet, their cell phones. It looks just as good if not better because the mountains are there in the mountains are the special effects in the field every I don't. It doesn't seem like they added much to make this movie. Look good, and then there. Are there a bunch of technical things being just like laughing at like the way the rain hits. The window was just insane. Of Shane Rain, the the rain's going diagonally for some reason, but he's not wet and you're like what? Looks like it looks like you're watching a bad ride like a Disney right like you're going through the WHO it's windy. It just that scene. Yeah, there's definitely a lot of moments like that and you know and I. Kinda Chalk it up to. Oh, they didn't have the style or technique, but that's not true I. Mean we just watched? You know we've watched black and white films that are so much more viscerally exciting. We mean the film that we just watched last week. All these movies. From the same time period are are able to pop more than this. It does feel like Maybe they didn't get the right cinematographer for the job, but yet that's Madonna for Wednesday Academy. Award in. It's sort of because I think. You know something popular. Everyone just assumes like well. That's the reason it should get all the awards. The awards even. Even, and I couldn't find asset of this, but there there seemed to be so many scenes where all of the dialogue was just put on after the fact like people are saying dramatic things in the plot like Oh. This is happening, but the cameras so far away. You can't even see who's talking. It doesn't look like anybody's lips are moving if they just added a lot of dialogue afterwards to be I don't know here we go, and I was the whole time I was really confused. This is the George Stevens movie on the list as much as I, like its message given that he made giant given emitted from the Sun. But I think what makes us movie. Standout is not the technical aspects of it. It's the effect. This movie has now where I where I have a problem with this movie is. Why do we have this and unforgiven the list? They both are ultimately saying the same thing. You know you have the element of child in this one which I think is interesting. But I look at it and I. Go if I was to pick one. Where Shane gets a little bit of an advantages, they did this in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty four, so there is. Just like wow, how ahead of your time were you but I also feel like? Ito unforgiven..
"shane" Discussed on Unspooled
"And gets involved in what's kind of a retelling of the Johnson County War of Meiomi in which cattleman tried to fight homesteaders chased them off their land battle. That was so bad that there are lynchings, says nations and President Harrison eventually to call in the US cavalry. This is that story told through the eyes of the Young Kid Joey, who worship Shane and sees Shane as this figure of what he thinks American manhood should be. I would say the movie to its cut it questions whether or not the kid is right the whole running time you know people often talk about sci-fi as being a great way to take a complex issue and examine it in a way that I guess doesn't trigger people right and I also think that westerns serve the same function in the sense that you can look at humanity, not just as black and white that there are these shades of gray and Shane is. You know something that we've really adopted in the last. You know five ten years like this anti hero, we, he is a bad guy. Yes, he's trying to do good but I mean it really does. Talk about I guess she's Mo-. It takes his idea of a cowboy and what we want. We want the gun fights. We want the fist fights, but we also show how. It's incredibly conflicting. To be this, and it's not always what it's cracked up to be certain extent. Yeah. I agree that this is a movie that I think. Put forth this cowboy figure in the form of Shane. He doesn't need to say much. He's quiet and he's tough, and then every step of the way shows him both getting built up by the kid until the larger than life. Thing like Shane can do anything. Cantey Shane can beat anybody. Shane doesn't need this. Shane can take it all and showing that Shane himself is not comparable with with these accolades, being heaped on him and that a lot. Lot this tough talk is silly, I think it questions tough talk from the very beginning from the very beginning in which Shane shows up at this homesteaders ranch and the ranch man himself, a man named Joe played by Van Heflin gives us big. Brag like to run them off the land. You'RE GONNA have to kill him. I which gets called out even in that scene by his wife. Won Way. They're going to get Outta here. Pine Box. What do you mean, I'm going to have to. Shoot me and carry me out I. Wish you wouldn't talk like that. Exit Truth. You love this place. We've got our roots down. I know, but I wish you wouldn't talk that way. I real home we've ever had. Lean, client the. Only thing is just more work. That women calling out by the way we love her, and we've seen her before. That's Jean Arthur from Mr Smith goes to Washington she's so amazing in that movie, and if you are critiquing subscriber, they did a whole like Arthur section last month, which was just awesome I got to catch up on some more of her films gene. Always happy to see you know what I love about. This shoot is looking at the idea of how violence is glorified and how it affects children because. That is a big complex idea that I was. Surprised in this rewatch to see so clearly and I. Don't know if it's the way that I'm looking at the world right now, but I also just feel like that's movie is really making. Some poignant statements. But also delivering a traditional. Classic Cowboy Story. Now I could not agree more. You know if you lay out the plot of Shane. This is one of the simplest plots we've had on this movie. Town in trouble stranger rides in straightened shit out leaves. Shane like that in the factor, but really what's going under the surface hallway is it's men talking about violence saying that they're willing to fight and die for this stuff. People saying that's not worth it. I don't think that's worth it. Either that this is this is a movie that deliberately added the weight of death in grief to this film as a way of trying to question basically the myth of what American manhood is, you know the men in this movie are trying to live up to an ideal like you'll have to kill me to get me off my land, the women and move. You're like what? Like, the original book did not have one of the most moving scenes in this film. You know the funeral. One of the men are dear on a leash cook who we saw in the Maltese Falcon getting pushed around a lot as as the dump torpey bully again here, trying to play like a dumb over violent torp who gets killed and in the original novel. That's there, but what's not in the novel? Is The funeral in the screenwriter here? Ab Guthrie Junior made a big point of adding the funeral. He said I wanNA see a western. That recognizes grief and death. We don't do that. Yeah, watching this film, it couldn't help. But see the similarities between. Unforgiving I mean this to me feels like Clint Eastwood. Love this film. And when he read David People's Script He was like yes. I get to make my own version of Shane. And I'm sure and I wish we could have talked to David about this like. Did, Shane, influence forgiven I mean it. It is a very similar story. But I also think it's a story. That's worth being retold I. Think what she does a little bit more effectively than unforgiven again unforgiving. The movie I really do enjoy is putting the child in it because Bhai putting the child in the center of the film. It. Allows you to question? Morality also allows you to see how we are formed I. Mean this kid. Wants to see Shane fight. He wants to see Shane murder. And what effect does that have? What does that could become? You know if you're surrounded by these. You know these ideals, or what you think is being cooler, tough and I think that that. Separates US film from unforgiven and doesn't just do the traditional story, because this story has been used punch in heaven's gate and the Virginian. We've used this kind of the story of the Johnson County war in a lot of help, way films, but this one I think does something wholly unique. It tells a story. About the effects of violence. Yet know exactly and I bet there's Clint Eastwood fans out there like. Eastwood actually did try to pretty much remake this film, even before unforgiven with the movie Pale Rider, which people did right love, but that was again. Clint Eastwood showing I love this story I want to be the story. I WANNA keep bringing the story, fourth.
"shane" Discussed on Unspooled
"Of. What humans are capable of not what some humans are capable of like in a certain position in a way with education, or through society or whatever? It can take you know if that's being in war. If that's being, you know hungry scared alone, you may act in a way that you never thought and that idea was really interesting to me because they felt like he was reading this story or these diary. Entries of these people that if you took them out of the war would not react this way, but because they were so brainwashed or in this world where they felt like it was, they had devalued the lives of these children. They're able to kind of create a whole different mindset I just kind of fascinated by that so I think we are saying the same thing I think humanity is I think that's why we're fascinated by these characters like oh my God, I could i. could I ever do that because it is in us all so Nicole, we are not fighting. We are agreeing even though I just said I love it I didn't mean I, love that they are I love that there was more of an inspiration point. Yeah, but this is such a good movie to have that conversation. You know it's so clear you in our conversation. And when People Watch the film that the blade owners like Harrison Ford's deckert are less human in the way they behave then the robots themselves I didn't even using the robots, then then the actual replicas themselves. Leading to the question you know is Dakota. replicant like is somebody who acts that in human. Can they really even be human? I was saying he's not a replica, because he does not have superhuman strength for Wendy like he gets his ass kicked left and right all over this movie. So John I point. was you know what maybe it's on purpose that he doesn't have superpowers? Because maybe the police force since they don't want him to know that he's a replicant, didn't give him the superpowers so that he wouldn't have any clue that he is just disposable kind of easily replaceable blade runner. Do which I would say their point, but then why do we have an replicates doing this job? If they get. Better at it. I don't know you need some. You need somebody to do the menial tasks, don't you? Amy just a couple of menial tasks. I mean. Maybe it's a price issue. Not Every car needs to be a porsche. You need to get a Mazda every now and then to drive around town so I mean I will say that. I gotTA Roomba for birthday. And and because of this later in our episode I'm now trying to be a lot nicer to my room, but like I set him free to do work around this house, but I wanNA know I'm just not having a robot slave. Well, you don't want to go back. One step further because we were talking in a bridge on the river Kwai about the similarities between plenty of the apes and that film, and there's a reason for the similarity pointed out to us by Dana Gould who you might know as a great. Comedy Writer. Performer? He's just awesome Dana a giant. Fan points out that this script for bridge and the River Kwai and Rod. Sterling's plenty of the script were both written by the same person. I love that I had no idea when we started the show that the apes and at the bridge that apes bridge was like such a powerful connector of two giant films, but but that also makes me wonder you know. What like would you rather have apes or Qui- on this list? Oh apes one hundred percent. I think I may even said that. In the episode I like apes is a bigger fulminate I. also think though it speaks to this list and the sense of. The High Falutin. I know that's not really a word, but this idea that like it's perceived I. think Planets perceived a little bit maybe more trashy? It's not though is when these movies are so giant our culture. We have to acknowledge and that's why I. Still Bang the drum on. These big popcorn films I don't think we have enough of them on the list. And Amy, speaking about big popcorn films. We all know how important is to have a great. Name for your lead character and last week we asked you one of our most important questions. What would be a better name than Shane for shame? Because we didn't think that shame is actually a great. Cowboy name I mean a good name, a good name if your name Shane, we have no shame for you. We think that's a great name, but is a tough cowboy name. I mean not many names. Tough Cowboy names, so we asked you to come up with a better name. Piglets came up with. Okay so, Shane. Is. A gunslinger doesn't want to be a gunslinger. Anymore has one name change. What can find, but? I think the name Scotch drew blood. It evokes manliness in the Scotch, and the fact that he used to be a gunslinger, because used to draw look. Jim Blood Spur I. think a better name for Shane would be. Honda. River run the names gumption. Turn. My Cowboy name is justice. Haggard cleaned. Eastwood had one of the better cowboy names as rowdy. Pre name also my favorite American race car driver Dick trickle might take would be dugan red headed blue Johnny. It's a lot of Jay's and a lot of DIS. We must think Jay's in dis are the hardest the hardest continents or do Dre Dr. J. D.. gumption Dirk Gumption I. Still can't get that out of my head. I. Though redheaded Jani I do feel like redheaded men get kicked around a lot in cinema, so thank you for sticking up for the occasional red. Who I think is unfair when they get treated as the nerd or the loser. Who wants to go on a date with that guy? Well. You know what? Fair Fair Point I wish. However, we were going to be talking about. Scotch drew blood today, but are feature film. Today is Shane Amy are you ready to announce bullet partner? As I'll ever be. The year is nineteen, fifty-three Queen Elizabeth. The second is crowned the monarch of England us, labor unions, wage, control, and lowering unemployment continues to grow in increasing the standard of Living Dwight D. Eisenhower is inaugurated as the president and the United States in the Korean War comes to an end. The Soviet Union tests own h-bomb, increasing the tension between the US and the US are also Nikita Khrushchev takes over after Stalin dies. Joan assault develops the first polio vaccine and the Double Helix Strands of DNA is. I observed the popular films of the era. Are Peter Pan from here to eternity Roman holiday in today's film Shane at ranked number forty five on the. Top One hundred list. It's up twenty four points from its spot at sixty nine in the previous list. Let's listen to a clip. Get many. One. Stand for that. All T to mediation. Teach myself once I. Get the time. You should is gonNA shame. TWYLA. Shoot. Doubted. that. He's trading store, not holding that. Amy Who's in it. What's it about? Shane this movie directed by our Buddy George Stevens. who directed swing time the? Ginger Rogers musical that goes all the way back to the very beginning of US doing this show. Here he is with his Western story about a man named Shane played by Alan. LADD heartthrobs of the screen era at this moment, a man who rising in town, the strong silent mysterious.
"shane" Discussed on ADAPT
"Shane corbin has been involved in city planning for about two decades. I started as an entry level. Land use planner in hardin county kentucky and from there. I moved to louisville metro and i wasn't environmental planner for the city of louisville for five years while he was in louisville his supervisor decided to put together the city's first climate action report and we hired an engineering firm to create a greenhouse gas inventory or the entire city formed partnership between the city the local school system and the college being the three biggest employers in the city knowing if we could get those partnerships together they could influence change from top down and actually influenced the culture of sustainability throughout the community. So it really got immersed in the topic of climate change and chemistry of climate change and the science behind it. And after i left that position i still carried that knowledge with me and as a as a land use planner. I would do things like implement tree planting projects and look at impacts of development. He had stints in indiana and savannah before he landed in atlantic beach shortly before. Shane arrived in two thousand seventeen. There was a huge power shift in atlantic beach women with no public office experience between them. Unseated three incumbents all men under mayor ellen glasser and the city commission now made up of four women. Atlantic beach has been leading the charge in duval county when it comes to addressing the threats posed by climate change and twenty nineteen mayor glasser in the city commission unanimously supported a resolution acknowledging the threat of sea level rise and flooding and the need for the research and funding resiliency efforts. Here's glasser reading from the bill. No reports that florida's sea level rise of three inches since two thousand has increased flooding in the state by three hundred percent. Noel reports that nearby naval station mayport has experienced sea level rise at one third inch per year a pace that has accelerated since the nineteen nineties rising sea levels amplify the threat and magnitude of storm surge in coastal areas meaning. The impact and power of hurricanes will only increase endangering even more coastal property and infrastructure. Shane is doing a lot of the work on the ground. We did analysis for sunday flooding. And which is basically just like a bath of model if you pour additional water into the best of it rises them so we looked at that for twenty five fifty and one hundred years out in addition to that we did storm surge modelling on top of the best of model to show if you put that much water in the bathtub and then we have a significant storm on top of that. What does that mean so we created these various scenarios for where would additional water go and then we did a spatial analysis using gps looking at property values infrastructure such as lift stations for our utilities schools. The police stations city hall evacuation routes. So we've tallied some potential property damage. The results of this vulnerability assessment chains talking about are very visual charts graphs and lots of maps with colorful layers. Basically all these visual tools illustrate the obvious. Atlantic beach is extremely vulnerable to sea level rise and flooding. Perhaps the most striking map looks at future storm surge during one hundred year storms which scientists they are becoming more and more frequent due to climate change during one of those storms at the turn of the century under an assumed six and a half feet of sea level rise. noah's intermediate high estimate for the region. Nearly all of atlantic beach will be underwater. Shane says now that the city has all this data. They're applying for another state. Grants to the city can work on. What's called an adaptation plan bringing in engineers having community meetings and then we'll start to formulate some long range solutions or adaptation strategies to what those impacts mean. How much is it gonna cost. Do this stuff. What is the the public's appetite for spending certain dollar amounts on certain projects. The city's assuming the ocean will rise at least one foot by the year. Twenty forty four two and a half feet total within twenty five years of that and more than sixty by the end of the century so that data set is actually right almost in the middle of all the data sets and that's what the navy used do their analysis at mayport naval station. So you've got some. I don't remember which ones predicting really really high and we didn't want to do that because we don't want to be unrealistic but we also didn't want to go to low what kinds of policies and standards are currently in place to protect homes and infrastructure. The state of florida has now required that we'd put some language in our plan about peril of flood in the term sea level. Rise does show up there a couple times about trying to limit new development in areas that would be in peril flood. We did update our comp plan last year and we did include that language in there and that was really the state's first attempt to start to slide sea level rise into local land use regulations and actually force literally force communities to start to talk about it. And you know whether you like it or not when you're caught plan goes out of date and five years. You're not. We're not gonna let you do any zone. Changes is is the way it works. They freeze your plan for example. Let's say you're in daytona and you've got an area that is looking to rezone from residential to commercial. It's a sizable piece of property. And the city's comp land is frozen so the planners go to task and they go update their plan and lo and behold the has new requirements in there that you have to discuss. Ceelo is doesn't say that you have to deny development for any reason because sea level rise but it forces that language into the official dna of the community and they have to take it to the city council and talk about it on record in a public meeting that they are now inserting consideration of ceelo arise into the community. So that's what the the first thing state.
"shane" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
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"shane" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Listen, I remember Shane every gift that I've been given. I don't have a better one than to be your dad. Dad, and I remember Yeesh mile in Santa love your dad, and then you got it out of the car and went to war. So what was life like after you came home? I was pretty sure someone who's gonna kick down my door. And I was scared to go to sleep. I couldn't sustain employment. I couldn't pay rent and pay for groceries. It all just kind of fell apart. And then I was homeless crisis thing was that. I didn't think that there was anything super wrong night time, I stayed on coastal trails and hiking trails and in the daytime I could just pass out at park. There was a time. Very where I didn't know where you were. And it is difficult to watch. Anyone let go of hope. But when it's your son. It's excruciating. I remember great relief that you decided to go into inpatient treatment. And I remember one night you getting out of the car to walk back into treatment building that was dark and your head was kinda down and from moment. I could feel the weight you were carrying is. I watched you walk into that building. I uttered. These two words that I don't know they were some kind of prayer or not, but they just came out my sound, and I was absolutely overcome with grief and love and the beginning of hope..