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"Saw that it was a fire, Johnson said. She called 911 immediately. The Illinois Department of Public Health releasing new covert numbers for the state a short time ago, 1249 New Co. Big cases reported what 22 additional deaths for today. The statewide positivity raid coming in at 2.4%. Well, keep your eye on your car's speedometer this week and ongoing. We get more on this story from WGN's Roger banished city of Chicago's tightening up compliance with speed limits and adjusting more than 100 speed cameras to sense when you're driving as little as six miles an hour over the speed limit. Cities Finance Department said that during the first week of the grace period that start in January, more than 52,000 warning notices were sent out to drivers who went 21 in a 15 mile an hour zone, or 31 in a 20 five's owner, 36 in a 30 zone. Tickets will run a study $35 Roger, Banish WGN news. Today, the final day of the 2021 conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, an Orlando, Florida former President Donald Trump, scheduled to be today's keynote speaker and the last speaker at that conference. News NATIONS Alexandra Bush tells us what we can expect before president is scheduled to deliver closing remarks this afternoon. This will be the first public speech for the former president since leaving office. He's expected to speak about the future of the Republican Party and criticized Biden's efforts to undo his immigration policies. Earlier today, Trump's office released excerpts from his upcoming speech in the speech, he will say, quote We are gathered this afternoon to talk about the future, the future of our movement, the future of our party and the future of our beloved country after two Democrats in the House of Representatives voted against President Biden's covert night team relief bill. Is there concern that any Democrats in the Senate will do the same thing? Well, former Chicago Democratic Mayor Rahm Emanuel says No, I think the Democrats will support this package because it has a lot in it. That is very good both for the Cove it and the economy. A manual was a guest on BBC's this week. Massive fraud and the nation's unemployment system is raising alarms even as the president and Congress prepared to pour hundreds of billions of dollars into expanded benefits. Government watchdog agency says that as of December, nearly two dozen states hadn't started using a key system to block fraud and Associated Press review finds in many states will not even publicly acknowledge the extent of the problem. Attempts to combat fraud or causing delays, Of course, for people who legitimately need unemployment benefits, stirring the pandemic, and others have become victims of identity theft. Checking WGN Sports Black Cocks hosted story tonight pregame a Chris Mode in at 5 30. The face off had sex with John and Troy. Right here on 7 20, WGN and WGN radio dot com. Now, the Bulls game of Toronto tonight has been postponed this dude to Covad safety protocols on the part of the Raptors. And underwear. Right now, the White Sox have opened up Cactus League play at Camelback Ranch against the burr words college basketball coming up later this afternoon, starting in under an hour. I Iowa visiting Ohio State. And we get the four gas.
Perseverance rover set to land on Mars
"I'm Lisa Mullins at this very moment, and NASA spacecraft is about to go where No spacecraft has gone before the perseverance Rover is set to touch down in ancient crater on Mars. Scientists hope to find evidence of life beyond our planet Alexandria, which sea is correspondent for Nature magazine? She's watching along with us. And if you'd like to follow the mission's livestream, go to mars dot nasa dot gov. You can hear Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California in the background right now, acceleration. Alexandra, tell us what we're hearing right now in the background, and what's going on on Mars way are right in the middle of what's called the seven Minutes of terror, And what has just happened is the spacecraft that's been flying from Earth to Mars. Has entered the atmosphere slow down dramatically, and it is just deployed its parachute, which was a huge thing to get it to slow down and get it to land on the surface of Mars. Let's listen in to look at the surface car velocity. It's 145 M per second and an altitude of about And Klum, 9.5, kilometers above the surface. So you can hear it's coming in. It's it's on the way yes. It's on the way and you can see on the images on the Web site. Those who are in the banks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory are applauding. Is it still in the midst of this seven or now? Probably five minutes of terror, or does it look like we're free and clear? We've got about two minutes left to effort actually to go down. So what should be happening right now is that this spacecraft is being carried down beneath the parachute. It's slowing down. It's approaching the surface. Pretty soon it will detach. They'll be some thing called the Sky Crane will fire some rockets to slow it down and we should be on the ground, hopefully in
Texas Grid Failure Stirs Feud Between Cities and State
"Brutal winter. Storms swept through america this week killing more than thirty people. More snow is expected in the south and east. In the coming days electric grids were overwhelmed by surges in demand leaving millions without power and shivering amid dangerously. Low temperatures officials warned people not to bring grills or propane heaters indoors after a carbon monoxide poisoning. Killed at least two people hospitalized several others. The grid failures were most severe in texas which experienced widespread blackouts governor greg. Abbott spoke at a press conference yesterday. The fact is every source of power. The state of texas has access to has been compromised finger pointing and blame placing have already begun. Some republicans claim the state's reliance on renewable energy was the source of the problem. Charge shutdown down by white house. Press secretary jen psaki. Yesterday numerous reports have actually shown the contrary that it was failures in coal and natural gas that contributed to the states power shortages and officials at electric reliability council of texas which operates the state's power grid have gone so far as to say that failures and wind and solar where the least significant factors politics aside. The crisis has put a spotlight on weaknesses within america's infrastructure a particular concern as extreme weather events are on the rise this week. whole skylines. like dallas's went dark to conserve power. Alexandra sewage bass is a senior correspondent for the economist and is based in dallas. Texans were advised to stay indoors although some didn't really have a choice because they lost power and their homes. Were so cold that they brave the road to try and check into the few remaining hotels with rooms only to see hotels power as they arrived others put on every piece of skiwear they owned and tried to stay inside their homes. Hoping the heat and light would go on what we're supposed to be quote unquote rolling. Blackout were often long-lasting so we saw people lose power for hours. Thirty six hours sometimes longer at a peak this week we had four and a half million households in texas without power. So why the blackouts. What went wrong with electricity supply. This was really a perfect storm of failures. And i would point to three causes for the blackouts one is a failure of forecasting. Another is a equipment. Failure and a third is a failure a potential failure in the design of the market and not having enough capacity to meet demand. Let's take those intern. In what way was a failure of prediction. What we have seen this. Winter is a record call street and snowfall. We haven't seen it in about thirty years. Temperatures reached this low in texas and so urquhot which operates the grad knew that it was going to get cold a knew there was going to be snowfall but did not prepare. They thought they had enough capacity to meet the demand and they were off significantly. Some say they should have been better at forecasting. Because there had been allusions to the weakness of the grid in the past the summer say texas has seen brownouts before but never before has the state in recent history seen so much demand in the winter. And that's where cops forecasting really did the state poor and as for equipment failures. This was an interesting one at the very beginning. Republican politicians came out pointing fingers. I saying that. The showed the failure of green energy in america and renewables. Were to blame in fact. That's actually not the story at all. We now understand. Natural which accounts for about half of texas says energy supply when off line on the freezing cold temperatures caused natural gas plants to break down and so did the supply chain pipelines. It wasn't possible to operate in such freezing temperature. The cold also caused a reactor at one of the states to nuclear plants to go down wind turbines froze and it may be that transmission lines that help distribute electricity may have also iced analysts so it was really an across the board failure of equipment and you mentioned also the design of the energy market. I mean how. How does that figure in. Texas is energy market is really unique because of it independence that works well during good times where weather patterns are as predicted in difficult times where the grid is stressed. Other states are able to import power. An electricity from other states. Texas does not have that ability. Because it's not connected and so that independent is part of what caused issues this winter. The other feature of the market is that back in one thousand nine hundred nine. The legislature deregulated the power market to encourage competition and so while urquhot overseas the grid. We see some three hundred retail electricity providers by fuel on the wholesale market and then sell it to customers so customers have a lot of choice. It results in lower costs. Texas's are half the cost of electricity in say california but deregulation has also meant that the state and central authorities haven't required investments that might have helped combat some of the problems. We've seen emerge during this cold spell but this uniquely designed system does not seem to be designed flexibly yes. I think that this event has really put in stark relief the limitations of the system. And i think this event is going to lead to a political reckoning already. We've seen calls by the governor and bad house speaker to investigate. What's gone on with it. And i think they're going to be some proposed fixes. One big question is whether or not texas needs a capacity market and that basically axes an insurance product so if we see extreme temperatures there's more reserve capacity. The reality is that that would raise consumers electricity prices and so it's unclear whether or not consumers will ultimately want that and whether that's going to be the conclusion of this investigation but they're certainly going to be a lot of discussion about what fixes texas needs so that it's better prepared to withstand extreme weather events like this one you would imagine though that it's certainly after an event like this people wouldn't mind paying a bit more for their energy if it's insurance against this kind of disaster happening again. That may well be true. I think the key question to ask is how long lasting the lessons from this experience will be we saw after the polar vortex in two thousand fourteen. That hit the east coast. Pj m a regional. Transmission organization started making higher payments based on the reliability of service so that encourage providers to invest in their equipment to ensure performance during peak demand. We could imagine. Texas embracing a similar concept. It will depend on how politicized this event ends up being and whether politicians choose to draw incorrect conclusions about what caused this versus. what dead. But i think the hope of all texas customers is that there are real changes. That are made that help. Ensure the reliability of bread going forward. Because we're going to see more of these extreme weather events.
The Last of Us on HBO: Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey join cast
"Pedro. Pascal joins bella ramsey to star in. Hbo's the last of us. I'll be reading two paragraphs from deadline but from two different authors because they put them out in two different stories because of the way this all time doubt nellie andrea line writes in one of in one of the biggest tv castings of the year. The mandalorian star pedro pascal is set to headline the last of us. Hbo's high profile series of the sony playstation franchise firm chernobyl creator. Craig masback and berkman then alexandra day. I'm sorry alexandra. Del rosario at deadline rights. Hbo has found one of its leads for the upcoming Last of a series deadline confirmed that game of thrones breakout star bela ramsey known for appearing as the pugnacious but brave leanna. I get that right more and more kevin. You watch that show warm on. We'll play l. e.
Modern Oracle divination with dream interpretation
"Welcome to kits myths and mysteries. I'm your host kit crumb today in my month. Long investigation into different forms of detonation. I've locked up word. Divination is defined as the art or practice that seeks to force your for tell future events or discover hidden knowledge usually by the interpretation of omens unusual insights or intuitive perception with that definition in mind decide to take a look at dream analysis in ancient times people saw dream says vessels of meaning that contain divine messages and had the power to alter history alexander. The great was on the verge of breaking ground for his new city. When a gray haired man appeared to him in a dream the man told him about an island off the coast of egypt when alexandra woke he scrapped the building side and instead found an island on which to construct alexandria today. People still look for meaning in their dreams who are methods of interpreting. Dreams have changed since alexander's day. Our desire to understand them as much the same truth. No one knows why we dream or why we dream what we dream. Dreams are sensory experiences. That happened while you're sleeping. In a dream you see things here sounds and feel physical sensations. You may or may not remember your dreams when you wake up but everybody dreams. Freud pioneered a body of research based on dreams later young expanded the dream theory with his own ideas. Modern co creative dream theories consider how you respond to dream imagery and how you can use that information to guide your waking life now going back a little bit. The ancient sumerians messa taymiyya have left evidence of dream interpretation dating back to at least thirty one hundred bc throughout mesopotamia. History dreams were always held to be extremely important for devastation. And mesopotamia and king paid close attention to them dream analysis also referred to as dream interpretation hinges on the idea that you can attach meaning to your dreams. This process has been used in a wide variety of settings including ancient civilizations a variety of religions including christianity. But keep in mind the dreams you dream pertained to you and your life. Beware of using a standard interpretation for example. If your dream that you can't remember the combination to your school locker. It means that something you are trying to do is being blocked. This interpretation may apply to one person but not to another. Your dreams are yours often. When we visit a fortune teller that lays out the future. We tend to seek a path to the aspect of our future similar to the idea of seeking validation. If you believe that you are slow learner you seek develop that belief or if you wake up in a bad mood and decide is probably going to be a rotten day. Chances are that you will without being conscious of the fact seek out events that make that day pretty bad and validate your early morning declaration. That is going to be a bad day. You know a self fulfilling prophecy now. Returning dream interpretation. Listen and take note then go home or to a neutral place where you're quiet alone and look closely at the result of your dreams as interpreted determine what dreams really do symbolize something going on in your life. Modern
Return to Dyatlov Pass
"Nineteen fifty nine. The bodies of ten young students experienced hikers and skiers were found in bizarre and puzzling ways strewn over a forested mountain tap. Their deaths would remain a mystery until a week ago. I kid you not. This is the story of the die off pass so again starts in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine. There's a group of early twenty somethings. They're all in their early twenties from like twenty two twenty three to one thirty eight year old outlier to kind of lead them has a little bit more experience under his belt. And they all study at the euro polytechnical institute and it was an organized skiing expedition across the euro mountains in the soviet union. Eager deitz lov. Three year old radio engineer was kind of the leader who assembled everybody asking nine of his college friends. Eight men and two women to join up again. I'm sorry if i mispronounced names. I'm bound to do that. Even deitz love pass. Was his stretch for me so again. Apologies in any case. All of them were experienced great to hikers with lots of skiing experience. Also it was kind of going to be a high scoring hybrid trip. And when they returned all of them would be receiving their grade three hiking certification which is really impressive. It was the highest certification available in the soviet union and required candidates to climb over a hundred ninety miles. The route was designed by dight loves group to reach the far northern regions of spurred lofts oblast and approved by the sverdlovsk city. Route commission even though it was supposed to be the most difficult time to take that route. The goal of the expedition was to reach a tort in our which is a six point. Two mile high mountain semi-in terry of who is previously certified to go with another expedition of similar difficulty. Decided to go with the dice. Love group on twenty third of january nineteen fifty-nine semyon Law of yuri. D'oro anco ludmila duhniah yuri christmas chanko alexandra Love tov is a nedia. Colomer dorota rustam slobodan nikolai thebault bre goals alexander and your yudin all left on their expedition. The group arrive by train at dell small town in the middle of spare lofts ups done two days later then. They all took a truck to his high where they bought a bunch of bread and carb loaded for the next day's start when the actual hike would begin as they hiked one. Member your yudin. Who suffered from several health ailments. He had rheumatism. And a congenial heart defect decided to turn back his knees and joints for giving him a pretty hard time. It would be a decision that saved his life on january thirty first. The group arrive at the edge of a highland area and began to prepare for climbing. They secured food and equipment. There that would be used for when they would come back through the next day. The ten plan to get over the pass and make camp for the next night on the opposite side but bad conditions snowstorms and decreasing visibility. Made them lose their direction and push the group more west than they had planned when they realized that they were more west than they should be. Group decided to just set up camp right on the slope of the mountain rather than move a couple of miles downhill to a forested area. Which would have offered a little bit of shelter from the weather. Diaries and cameras founder on their last campsite possible to track the group's route up until this point which is really a really profound part of the story to see their writing and to see the pictures they had a camera. The film was developed after the fact so it feels very very spooky in that way and they're all so young and very positive and optimistic and really excited about each other. And the you know exploring the mountaintop the group had so much ahead of them and they talk about what they were studying and how that was significant to this expedition but unfortunately that night would be the last day that they would all be alive before leaving on the expedition. Dight love told the university sports club he would send telegram no later than february twelfth on the twelfth passed and no messages have been received there was no immediate reaction because it was pretty normal to encounter delays etc but on february twentieth. Travelers relatives demanded a rescue operation. And the head of the institute sent the first rescue groups consisting of volunteer students and teachers
Weinstein accuser demands deposition as settlement looms
"Quinn. Alexandra Canosa is a producer. And she says Harvey Weinstein repeatedly sexually assaulted her and raped her over a seven year period. Canosa is among those on the list to receive part of a $35 Million fund that was approved last week by a Delaware judge. Half that money will go to women who say the imprisoned ex Hollywood big shot sexually abused them well before accepting the settlement. Canosa says she wants to have one steam. Deposed Canosa herself gave sworn testimony in the civil case last week. Her lawyer says it's only fair. Now that Weinstein and his brother Bob, testify under oath to
Weinstein accuser demands deposition as settlement looms
"A woman who accuses Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault wants to see him testify under oath Alexandra Canosa is a producer on the Netflix project Marco Polo and she says Harvey Weinstein repeatedly sexually assaulted her and raped her over a seven year period Cognos is among those on the list to receive part of a thirty five million dollar fund that was approved last week by a Delaware judge half that money will go to women who say the imprisoned ex Hollywood bigshot sexually abused them well before accepting the settlement Canosa says she wants to have once been deposed for a possible lawsuit Canosa herself gave sworn testimony in the civil case last week her lawyer says it's only fair now that Weinstein and his brother Bob testify under oath to I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Salah Fires Liverpool Up the PL Table
"A very good result for liverpool beating west ham. Three one in franklin booth with us steve. That was very impressive. Second-half performance report impressive. I i was quite impressed with illiberal plates for most of the game to be honest. The most impressive thing was that we have the return of mr mosala. I mean i'll be talking recently about how this guy has fighting with. All eight couldn't get a hold of the ball to save his life at times. But today my goodness you talk about moslem the ball the fox one jenkin pasta defend getting on these lasting colored one and then the second one i mean. Are you ever going to see a force torch. Contestable kyrie was like four thousand. A year kim for houses. Well tenny. just. Give a little tickle prey on his left bag and then just stuck away with say w left. I mean what's goal. And as i said. Look slate mosala has written just in time. It's crazy considering stevie how much criticize him. But he's the leading goalscorer in the semi lane. Well he is. You know yes. you've asked me previously. Do this guy this keep them. He has to quit through and that's what he's done. You know the truth. Has your husband been these past. And when he saw that Certainly asked the big. Evan leeway because of goldie skulls scored a goal since crystal palace last year so somebody has ability then we have to point out but as i said hopefully bike. Frankly imagine you'd prefer if you didn't share what you text me after that second go from ceylon to say you were impressed by it. Yes you wouldn't share. Because i know you're not allowed to that channel but i was a masterpiece. I barely saw a contract data efficient in technical way in the way that they d run forward. The past from alexandra old and i first from shakira was exceptional. And what about you. Know the the control from a left-footed with the right foods from saleh with a little step in a chip over the leg of the goalkeeper to score the second goal i mean. That's that was absolutely fantastic. And i have to say that was really really impressed by the by that
With mass protests, Russia's resurgent opposition poses test for Putin — and Biden
"Allies of jailed russian opposition leader. Alexey navalny who faces years in prison called for new protests next weekend to demand his release following a wave of demonstrations that turned out tens of thousands across the country and a defiant challenge to president vladimir putin mass rallies took place. Saturday in over one hundred cities in what observers said was the largest outpouring of anger in years and nevada. Supporters urged protesters to keep up the pressure. Navan strategist leonid. Volkov tweeted monday for more demonstrations on january thirty first in all russian cities for navalny's freedom for our freedom for justice during saturday's protests over thirty seven hundred people were detained according to vdi info a human rights group that monitors political arrests. The group said the number was a record in its nine years of work more than fourteen hundred detentions in moscow alone also a record. According to russian media some of those detained were released without charges. But many others faced court hearings and moscow courts have handed jail terms ranging from seven to fifteen days to at least thirty detainees and fined sixty four others authorities also launched more than a dozen criminal investigations in moscow petersburg and other russian cities on charges of inciting unrest involving minors and illegal activity violence against police blocking roads hooliganism and damaging property. The molly's team said russia's investigative committee also probing violations of virus related restrictions. Dozens of nevada associates in various cities. Were detained in the days. Before the protests alexandra truck senior partner of the apology of protests. Legal aid group and fall into defense of over. One thousand detainees from the saturday protests called the authorities response unprecedented navalny an anti corruption. Campaigner and putin's fiercest critic was arrested january seventeenth as he returned to russia from germany where he had spent nearly five months recovering from pneumonia. Agent poisoning that he blames on the kremlin russian authorities deny the accusations. He was ordered jailed for thirty days but faces years in prison with authorities accusing him of violating the terms of a suspended sentence and a two thousand fourteen conviction for financial misdeeds. Navalny has said the conviction was motivated. Navan arrest and detention of demonstrators sparked outrage both at home and abroad and some western officials suggested imposing a sanctions on russia for its jailing off. Navalny white house press secretary. Jen psaki urged the immediate. And unconditional release of navalny as well as those who were detained in the crackdown. Sake did not say. When president joe biden plans to speak to putin biden was asked if he would put sanctions on the people involved in the poisoning and arrest of navalny and what that means for prospects of the extension of the new start nuclear arms treaty with russia. I find that we can both operate in the mutual self interest of our countries as a new start agreement and make it clear to russia that we are very concerned about their behavior. He said whether it involves evolving or some other issue the european union's foreign ministers on monday condemned his arrest and the detention of thousands at the protests the council considered it completely unacceptable condemned the mass detentions and the police brutality of the weekend. He you foreign policy chief. Joseph burrell said after chairing the meeting in brussels. The ministers however stopped short of weighing new sanctions. Barral said there has not been any concrete proposal on the table but added that the ministers are ready to act. Depending on the circumstances and russia public indignation was further. Fueled by an investigation. All team released into what they called. Putin's palace a two hour video posted on youtube. On january nineteenth alleged a lavish palace was built for putin on the black sea through an elaborate corruption scheme. It has since received over eighty six million views. The kremlin has denied. The estate had anything to do with the president. Speaking to students via video on monday putin himself addressed the allegations calling them an attempt to brainwash our citizens and saying that none of what is mentioned there as my property has never belonged and doesn't belong to me or my close relatives asked about saturday's protests. Putin said that all people have the right to express their point of view within limits outlined by law he referenced the january six attack on the us capitol and said that those taking part in it were facing between fifteen and twenty five years as if for domestic terrorism. They also came out with political slogans but outside the law. Why should everything outside. The law be allowed here know putin said the russian protests and crackdown appeared to have further strained russia. Us relations us state department spokesman. Ned price on saturday condemned the use of harsh tactics against protesters and journalists and a thirties to release navalny and all those detained for exercising. Their universal rights kremlin spokesman. Dmitry peskov accused washington of interfering with russia's internal affairs after the us embassy in moscow warning on its website detailing times and places of rallies in different russian cities and urging us citizens to avoid them on monday russia's deputy foreign minister sergey raghav lodged a protest to the us ambassador. John sullivan in connection to social media posts in support of unlawful rallies by the us embassy in moscow the ministry said it has also deemed the statement of the us state department spokesman inappropriate.
Dallas Man Charged For Allegedly Threatening To “Assassinate AOC" During Capitol Riots
"A man from Texas has been charged with threatening to assassinate New York Democratic representative Alexandra Cossio Cortez Garrett Miller was arrested earlier this week for participating in the storming of the U. S. Capitol on January 6th and tweeting assassinate AOC federal agents say Miller also posted that the officer who shot and killed a trump supporter deserves to
Amanda Gorman's books jump to bestsellers after inaugural poem
"The dawn is hours before we knew it. Somehow we do it. Somehow we've weathered in witnessed a nation that isn't broken but simply unfinished we the successors of a country and the time were a skinny black girl. Descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president only to find herself reciting for one that was amanda gorman the inaugural youth poet lawyer it reading from her poem. At the hill we climb which she read at joe biden's inauguration alexandra alter profiled gorman and interviewed her joining us now to talk a little bit more about that hey alexandra hey pamela so this was a really exciting week in washington but i most loved about the news events. This week was that a poet was the breakout star of the inauguration ceremony on wednesday. Amanda gorman was the youngest inaugural poet and us history. She joins a very elite class of poets. Only been a handful of poets who have performed it including robert frost my ngelo elizabeth richard blanco. So she really brought a lot to this performance. And when i spoke to her what was really interesting to me was. She felt enormous pressure. Not just because of the size of the audience she was going to be addressing. Tens of millions of people potentially watching the events at home but because of the state of the country she felt real responsibility to present a poem that reflected joe biden's inaugural theme of america united and. She said they didn't give her any specific guidelines but they said that's the three million inauguration but she also really wanted to address. What has happened recently in the country. Particularly the partisan divisions that we've seen the political violence the effects of the pandemic. It's a really dark moment. And so she was kind of trying to counter johnston to forces the potential for unity. But also these deep divisions that we're seeing in the country now so interestingly. She was really struggling with the poem. The inaugural committee reached out to her late december. She had a few weeks to work on it and was kind of she said it's like it felt like climbing a mountain would do a few versus a day and then on january six. We all watched across the country as the unfolded at the capital. There was the insurrection. There and rioters stormed the capital. And amanda gorman at that point had written about half of her poem and she stayed up late into the night and finished it because she just felt this urgency. And so you're there are verses in the poem that reflect what we saw that day the other thing that she said that was interesting about how she prepared to write it was. She said she always starts with historical research so she studied speeches from leaders who really brought their countries together. In times of crisis she looked at speeches by winston. Churchill abraham lincoln martin luther king junior and she listened to music that inspired her including the musical hamilton. There are a couple of hamilton references within the poem. That some people caught including lin-manuel miranda who was very appreciative of her poetry. So it's been incredible to see their response to her work after she gave this really kind of inspiring performance her books. She has two books coming out this year. Actually three because they're releasing the poem she wrote as a standalone and she has now the number one and number two books on amazon and this is a poet who is twenty two years old and she's preparing to publish her debut collection. This fall so she's gone incredibly quickly from somebody who had following and was pretty well known in the poetry world to kind of national literary star and one other thing that i loved about her performance and her approach to it which she talked about how she felt like she was representing not just her own words but representing poetry itself representing american poetry and y you know it was important to have poetry part of the ceremony. She said when. I spoke to her now more than ever. The united states needs an inaugural poem. Poetry is typically the touchstone that we go back to when we have to remind ourselves of the history that we stand on the future that we stand for so i thought it was lovely that she felt that she was standing up in front of the capital. Two weeks after the insurrection took place kind of representing poetry as a form that can unite the country.
"alexandra" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"Hi welcome to the cage. Today i have alexandra manure and you might remember. She was on for the life below on my podcast here but today..
How Much of Your Life Do You Actually Control?
"This question arose. When i was reading maria kovas new book. The biggest bluff so maria like you has a phd in psychology. But she's not an academic she's a writer and this book is about her quest to become a professional poker player starting from scratch so we made a freakonomics radio episode about her book. That was called how to make your own luck and really what. Maria is wrestling with throughout. That book is the relationship between luck and skill. She's doing it in the context of poker but it's easy to extrapolate into our daily lives. So here's the passage that made me think of you. There's an idea in psychology. She writes. I introduced by julian. Wrote her in nineteen sixty. Six called the locus of control when something happens in the external environment is it due to our own actions in other words skill or some outside factor. Chance people who have an internal locus of control tend to think that they affect outcomes often more than they actually do whereas people who have an external cause of control think that what they do doesn't matter too much events will be what they will be. Typically an internal locus will lead to greater success. People who think they control events are mentally healthier and tend to take more control over their fate so to speak. Meanwhile people with an external locus or more prone to depression and when it comes to work a more lackadaisical attitude so angela. My question has two parts one. Is it indeed. Better to generally have an internal locus of control as maria. Kind of cova rights. And if so if. I am more inclined toward the external if i tend to feel life as more happening to me rather than me making it happen. How can i shift to have a more internal locus of control. It's a great passage from a great book from a great author. So i'm glad to be asked this question i'm gonna throw in a bonus answer here. You didn't ask me if i had. An internal control of control is probably. I haven't internal locus control. and yes. it is generally a good thing. It correlates positively with just about every life outcome you can think of you know income and wellbeing not going to jail it cetera. I guess my suspicion the counter would be that. It might also correlate with things like arrogance and nurses system in other words no characteristic that we think of is unabated. Good all the time obviously well. You're right that it can't be a complete recipe for a good human and there might be instances in which it could be bad. I am not aware of a lot of research. On the downsides of internal control in my data when i measure things that are conceptually siblings two locus of control like growth mindset or self efficacy or optimism. I don't find negative correlations with good things now. That might be. Because i'm studying teenagers. And maybe i'm not measuring all the right outcomes. So i would have imagined that your answer would be something along the lines of well. Of course you want to have an internal locus of control when you're talking about things that you actually can control. But it's really really important to acknowledge that despite your best efforts or maybe despite your worst actions that there's going to be a lot of countervailing activity from institutions or societies systemic things other people and so on that you can't control so that's i guess the answer i was expecting to hear but it sounds like you're saying that the more internal you have at least for teenagers who you've studied the better. It is yes. Yeah i mean you asked me a really straightforward question which is what's the correlation is it positive is it negative and the answer is also simple which is a positive but i think we should move onto the more interesting question more than thinking about. What's the downside. I do think we should think like. Is it a fully accurate view of the world to think that you can control what happens to you or are people who are very aware of all the things like luck and social inequality and racism and the list goes on. Is that a more accurate view of the world. The idea of look control goes all the way back as you said to rotor in the sixty s when he was developing this idea it was really on the heels of behaviorisms where the idea that you would even have any thoughts in your head expectations about the future. That didn't really matter because we are basically all just animals responding and very mechanical ways to stimuli punishments rewards etc is really true as recently as the nineteen sixties. You're saying that was the standard scoop thought. Well certainly the early twentieth century was definitely behavior ism and it was pretty dominant. And that's why when you have a psychologist like rotor. And then also like alexandra. Who is still with us. He's in his nineties and stanford he has a very similar idea. Called self efficacy. They wanted to make the point that people are not just lab rats responding to rewards and punishments. They are thinking and they're projecting into the future and wondering if i do this is going to pay off. And so it really was a conception of human nature which was much more genetic having agency and having free will and having an influence on your future as opposed to just when environment does this. I do that. That's not just like stimulus response.
La Granja 360 Cava Brut NV 2020 Review
"Cheap wine fighter dot com coming at you. The waning days of twenty twenty. It looks like we made it through and we still have some winds to go for new year's eve. This is the last week of buddha december. Last one we did was a biodynamic capital. Taba from a single vineyard actually wasn't a cavill that was outside the cabin. It was very unique rakes. Very unique production style. Everything was a forty dollar kava very with rules. Regulations stricter than ship and. It was a very unique wine. That was well. We're seeking out in trying and the day. We have a six thousand nine cobber from trader. Joe's is the grand. Sixty daba brutes. Alexandra three sixty means sixty. It's a wine that from the catalonian region. It's not too far from barcelona bars luna bubbles us use they use Groups of small farmers individually can't make their own wine they don't have the vineyard properties. I'm picking up a lot of these guys. Throw other things on the land. The land. that's rock strewn in steep hill or on a river river valley side. That's where you grow rapes. And that's the leftover land for these guys make some extra bucks band together and they could make an expensive wines at six ninety nine. this the la- graduate three sixty route. Cap is the most expensive legrand white out there. They're all really pretty good as more. I can remember about him in office. Pretty six ninety nine traditional method champagne style kaaba from spain. Be any good. We'll let me take a sip. Your real good rapes jarl and a paraglider which are local grapes white braves. I you can find chardonnay. New aren nowadays but at six ninety nine. You're going to get the traditional grapes. You're going to have a little bit of a difference if you're not if you don't you're going to get a little different flavor profile different doesn't mean that just means different in face pretty good once you once you get around. It was really tasty little lines and this one is really a nice. I've had some inexpensive tap as it could be. Acid buys mean. Just so much. Almost tingles your tongue. A little bit because this one got really good acidity scott flavor. It's not the most complex ever but it's also sixteen thousand nine cab so when what it does do as good. I mean i have no issues whatsoever. App no issues whatsoever this study. It's not a over yeasty. cobb. I know some people don't like sparkling wine that have that ready thing going on. This one doesn't have that ready thing going on. It's not overly crispus. Just nice and calm with Three sixty while making an expensive wines as good social conscience. They have their own farm for Adoption and offer her rescued farm animals. They're taking care of the animals on their website. They have a a printout of Of their production and shipping new reputation to needs on the environment. Yes so let's inexpensive but a thoughtful labels has a purple that is i don't know what's going on the feathers flying. They have one line with a Pink flying pig and one that someone's paintings zebra stripes read that there. There seems to be some thought behind. These winds are nap. Cheapest possible there seems to be a little bit more to that and they come in as a trader joe's wines over the years i've done them i went back and looked at some of these tried for five years. I promise you go back and take a good look at the ones. Things can happen in five years. But as i recall. They're all ready and the price better than they should be. You know a nine cava you shouldn't. It should be isla de six ninety nine. So i got that good enough. This is fine. I can't have any complaints about it. It's really good to let the six tablet trader. Joe's that we'll get. The party started so audio will come back in a couple days.
Interview with Alexandra von Plato
"What i'm looking forward to is being home and being present and you know oddly to my kids i have twenty six year old. Who actually lives on his own now and two teenage daughters and They're they're sort of captive now. You know so. I'm going to be spending time with them. You know i'll be present and they won't really have that many places to go. Which is unusual. 'cause they're always trying to escape so i'm really looking forward to being cozy honestly and spending some time together and being grateful just being grateful for for having each other and recognizing that so many people have been in so much pain and are actually living this holiday season with great grief and loss and will be thinking about them and will be grateful for what we have. That's a big word grateful. These days i agree with you. I was a cmo roundtable. Call last night and everyone talked about. It was very poignant. Very talked about gratefulness and And this thanksgiving. I think is especially significant for so many people and so so. That's that's one of the positives coming out of this. What teenage daughters what are they. What are they doing at home. Are they staying schools. Virtual right yes it was. They were doing a hybrid up until week and now they're back fulltime at the at home so you know for a little moment there. I mean teenagers never released super look forward to going to school but they were happy to get back and get socialized in. Get out of the house. So now we're back all sorts of sheltering in place here and i have one daughter his in the midst of applying for college. You know it's very surreal time to do that. I mean she's looking forward to her independence in the next chapter of her life and so much of that means moving out moving away and having that big experience so you know. I think i see her trying to tamp down her her own. You know anticipation 'cause she. She's she's kind of. She's kind of steeled to be disappointed by not being able to go wherever she ends up you choosing or being able to Get accepted so so that's going on. So that's you know very very bittersweet but i would say you know bitter because that time of life you know you need to get this. Is the separation moment that so much about how your early adulthood forms and you know. I'm sad for for these kids who aren't going to get that full swing and my daughter. Who's a junior you know. She's a look. These kids were able to seamlessly. I mean they didn't have to cut over to a virtual platform friendship like they have full fledge relationships through these platforms that they're very comfortable having so it's not like they're missing out on connecting with people. But you know there's certainly a lot less parties. Maybe that's a good thing. So what about twenty twenty one. What are you looking forward to next year. I mean we you know from from my family's standpoint you know we're just keeping everybody safe and keeping my parents you know safe in and you know hoping that Sometime next year. And i hope. I i don't anticipate it being much before the end of next year but that we can look forward to truly being able to returning to some kind of normal you know pace of life and connection with the people we love and the colleagues we love the. We do
In Tentative Ruling, Judge Says Los Angeles County Acted Arbitrarily on Outdoor Dining Ban
"L. L. A A county county not yet at least. But county health officials were told their controversial ban was not based on science. The judge made it clear that he agrees there is a growing shortage of ICU beds across Los Angeles County and Southern California. But he told Los Angeles County's lawyers and L. A county health officials that they haven't specifically studied how Corona virus transmission risk is greater from outdoor dining, and on that point, the restaurant's defeated L a county, the judge said. It is a failure of government that in nine months the county the state has done any research into whether outdoor dining specifically contribute to arise in covert cases. Attorney Alexandra Kazarian with attorney Mark Geragos, his office he owns Downtown L. A restaurant said in court. He's going to sue the state of California to overturn the state order, thus clearing the way for restaurants to reopen in L. A county Craig figure can extend 70 News radio L. A county reaches a grim milestone
Dance Theatre of Harlem Takes Ballet Outside The Theater
"Let's get back to ballet dancers. Alexandra hutchinson and derek brockton. They're part of the dance theatre of harlem twenty twenty company and co produced the viral video dancing through harlem also with this virginia johnson. She's the dance theatre of harlem artistic director. We got this message from brandy in maryland. I tina and i took ballet from about the time. I was four or five time i was twelve. I ended up having to quit because of the cost of valet lessons. But the thing that resonates for me is that many years later as an adult. I remember seeing alvin ailey performed for the first time and thinking my goodness if i had known that there were people like this people like me. Look like me who were doing ballet and other forms of dance. I might have thought really differently about what was possible for me as a dancer both in terms of where i could go even for dances a career but also in terms of relation to my party And thinking always that. I didn't have the right body to be a ballet dancer or i was too sick or too heavy. Thanks so much for sharing your story brandy alley any of what brandy said resonate with you. Yes it does It's so important to have role models to look up to when you're growing up so when i was at the washington school of ballet. I was at the virginia johnson scholar and i got to meet with her and i was introduced to some of the company and saw performance. And i still remember that to this day. Because it's so important when you're growing up to see that it is possible to achieve your dreams and so seeing other beautiful dancers. That look like me on stage was all i needed to give me that that push not courage to do it myself. You know for many children particularly little girls. There's this pervasive image of ballerinas very small and thin and pale and t and sort of graceful delicate whistle but as we said or dancers are are athletes. You're crazy strong and muscular derrick. Talk about some of the misconceptions surrounding ballet. And how maybe there's some subconscious racism or sexism at play there. There absolutely is a little bit. We find in ballet thought. It is about tradition so there are things that have been done a certain way for a very long time and when people see things that do not fit that norm it can. It can be fearful for them. That's the word because they're not used to it so seeing brown dancer in a line of all these a white ones it throws those but we opt to kind of kings perspective and no. There's nothing terrible read about it. It's just not what we're used to. And we have to accommodate that. It's a representation really really matters. And that's why i feel this video. Dancing do harlem has done so well because it is really offering so many people an opportunity to see themselves doing something that maybe they haven't seen before. I know we only have the two of you for another minute before. You have to go to rehearsal but alexandra very quickly talk about how art form is is giving you space to comment on reflect on some of the social justice questions that have arisen in the past few months yes So social justice is an issue today as it was when arthur mitchell founded the company fifty one years ago and so when we were given the task to create a video for harlem week we really wanted to set the bar really high and do our best because we knew that through social media you can reach so many more people and like virginia was saying earlier we now have to learn to put out social media instead of live performance. And so that's why we put our heart and soul into it because we knew that our is can be a form of protest and so showing places of harlem that people haven't necessarily seen in a beautiful light and dancing and being joyful in a time of so much tragedy Can bring people hope. That's alexandra hutchinson derek brockton. They're both members of the dance theatre of harlem twenty twenty company. They co produce dancing through harlem in part to celebrate the theatre's fiftieth anniversary alley. And derek. i gotta get to class so we'll let you go but thanks for joining us. Thank you for having us. Thank you so much for having
This is Apples secret weapon to make you care about AR
"With need. Scott stein are guru on virtual and automated reality reality reality to welcome scott a thank you so i'm gonna reality or a are has been something that tech companies trying to make a thing for years and the best example that we still point to which is several years old now is pokemon go which really drew people into this world at least for this kind of gimmicky game. Where are we couple years since then. I know there's some folks are so played a very many as as during the peak was the state of aol. Right now transitional. You know. I feel like what we're looking at We you know we had these the magic leap in all lens that we're talking about how that's all going to be coming soon. And it's not and those expensive multi thousand dollar headsets ended up being slotted into business use. And you never see them in the real world the things you see our vr things. Even those are pretty rare and are kind of like a special treat that people get themselves so the air on phones has just been continuing to evolve and apple has been doing this all along. Google has a our tools That are baked in. And i think what we're seeing now with with a are is a move to more practical things in the in the past. A i got to talk to to apple mike. Rockwall alexandra mcginnis and they're saying that the first goal was just get you to get it to exist in the world in two thousand seventeen so that was your whole like pokemon dinosaurs things that you know. Oh this magically appears it's cool by their latest focused similar. Google is to do something productive and whether that's helpful information or creative stuff. It's like two different pads on the lighter side. Apples made a big deal of lighter sensors on the iphone twelve pro on the ipad pro. Those are opening up into basically creative. Augmented reality yeah. Let's let's slow down for a second there. Let's talk about light art because light are really is the eastern referred to as one of the secret weapons. That apple has a to make a are thing but just for listeners. Who don't know what lighter is. Could you sort break it down for us. Yeah absolutely. I mean stuff like this has been around for a bunch of years of being following tack Google tango. If you're if you're a technical you follow this stuff Years ago had same idea where you would scan the world. It's shooting out. Little infrared dot dot array like like like the face. I d camera or the microsoft connect with that technology way. Back on the connect was shrunken down in one of the makers that was incorporated babble was a bob apple So what it's doing sending out this like these little things. Is there a light pink measuring the space and you get like a dot matrix. A measurement of the space really fast and that meshes meshes is the term for creates a a basic map that space and instead of just saying oh. I recognize a floor. It's like throwing a blanket on the world where it's like. Oh i see where the chair comes up. I see where the walls are. I see where everything you know. And then that combines with things like computer vision which is like recognizing stuff like people you know where the camera like. Google does a stewart's like that's a person that's dog that's so it's a combination of those two things. That's what light are is. Helping do is mapping about five meters away from you see. I've seen this impractical cases where the aca Use your phone to scan living room in the flyer. Central recognizes though. This is a couch. This is the floor is your tv and it'll not consistently put your whatever i hear. You can't pronounce names anyways. The whatever the cabinets and intellectually know that the cabinet will will slot in there in between your tv. Your couch how he said lighters been around for a while. It's just coming into these phones or death on twelve lineup. now we've had a offer while. I'm just curious. How like what does light are do. Now that like these phones couldn't do before. Yes so that's where like when i was mentioning the super weapon in the story. It's kind of double. It's double edged. Meeting one is that it's lighter. But i think apple's real secret weapon is scale so when i talked to developers it's like you go. Oh there's already bad here what's the deal. Well it's kinda like when you see a technology and you go will. It didn't feel like a got there until it got there. Like i feel like what apple is doing is the same idea but refined and pushed into a lot more devices so the iphone twelve pro and the ipad pro but much bigger footprint than google tango was on just two very fringy phones and but but what google in the other thing that track. Here you're right like what really does for a are is. It makes things speedier and better like it gets a ping on stuff faster but it's simultaneously happening with computer vision getting better at doing the same thing without that so google has been doing this with just cameras. Were vr headsets. Do this with four cameras and like they can approximate a lot of that really fast. So it's a dance between that and the more advanced sensors. That's get under the hood. But like i think just means it's faster and better recognizing the world but the second part that i think is interesting is this whole like three d. scanning movement that has been around for a while but is about creating three d objects that you can then share with other people that's getting more of a groundswell in is becoming less fringy and nerdy with every passing year. Interestingly enough to the we're talking about this on phones there's constant rumors. That apple is going to release a headset. At some point of. Do you think the future of a our lies it glasses or in our phones. I think it'll be both. And i think what what you know. Talking with adobe briefly about like their head of a are about what they're doing air creative tools a very interesting observation. He made where they haven't thinking for a while is that it's very hard to enter the ar vr space Until it works with the stuff you already got all your apps like an oculus. Quest is a game console. it doesn't interact with like your phone apps. And so you wanna open like zumra wanted open document. It's a pain. You have to huggins so google apple. Google did this with daydream. Kind of but google and apple needs to approach having work with the phones and qualcomm is already laid this groundwork out. The qualcomm makes the chips in like all the air vera had set right now apple could be the other big competitor in that space. But what they've been talking about is plugging phones in headsets with usb c or wirelessly there already a few emerging anything that's wet provides the power but also like you say the app compatibility so i guess like we the reason i say yes and is like so your app on your phone could do a lot of it and then you plug in your headset like headphones for your eyes. And you're doing the rest of it. I think that extends it and then you think about apple that makes a lot of sense because like the apple watch it becomes another peripheral that makes sense in the sense. Like you're relying iphone is really the brains of the muscle powering experiences but ultimately you view it on your headset or your watch or whatever that doesn't require heavy lifting isn't required you don't necessarily wanna processor heating up right by your exactly and that gets you to things like five g because like talking to developers about five john headsets. It's very slow. Get for that exact reason like qualcomm has has the roadmap for five g. Headsets but it adds a lot of battery drain. You got to build more of a thing on your head No one's really done it yet. But like you're five g phone powers that gets to all the five g. Ar in the cloud stuff. That like microsoft. Google apple. like everyone's going for that. So i think it makes a lotta sense that that would be the path and then like apples processors. Like we're seeing the mac book and the am one like they just keep getting more crazy powerful and you kind of say four. What but like a are is a very intense said a processes and so. That's the stuff that those those processors could drive a lot of that. And then you again. You're not sticking it on your head. Otherwise i don't know will make something. That's like sleek on your face. It'd be hard if you had to put all the stuff in there you talk about a are as a creative tool elaborate on this idea of what. What exactly can visiting with a are so like when i downloaded the first set of like light are unable apps. It really surprised me going back to the ipad pro in the spring. Like the first bunch of a our apps again. We're like pokemon go dinosaur you know dinosaur play game. A lot of these are three d scanners and they are. They're pretty alienating at first. 'cause you're like you bring it up and suddenly you wave it around and you're creating this measure of your room and then you get this like crazy kind of dollhouse three d. model. And if you've never done it before you might wonder where to start how you create this. Some of them look kind of broken. In an interesting way spoke to like one of the bigger repositories of three d objects stock like it. Sketch fab saying it takes them finessing to get there so like these things and that's the stuff that's happening now with lighter. It's not there are some like. Oh the games run better. You can have like a remote control car now your table and like the table blocks it right and it can like hit a wall or like a it could hit like a box like recognizes all the things in your world which is like air. Headsets are going to start doing. But i think it's the creative part. That's interesting whether it's like really scanning in creating tools. And then both adobe and apple have a our creative toolkits with reality composer ero where. They're trying to get people to do this too. So that's what i mean by that. But it's so interesting to me when i look at the iphone. How little of that is at the forefront of what you see on a daily basis like you would never be aware of it and that's the hard part to get on board like apples. Camera doesn't have three d. Scanning it just but it uses light are for focus like in the background so apple definitely hasn't like made it a main part of ios yet but it's in the background
New Mexico is first state to elect all women of color to the House
"There's a historic first last night David, including the election of LGBT Q politicians, Delaware elected the first openly trance state senator in the country, Sarah McBride In Kansas, Stephanie buyers became the first openly transgender person ever elected to the Kansas State House and the first openly trans person of color ever elected to the state Legislature in the US, Cory Bush became the first black woman Elected to Congress from Missouri. Richie Tour is here in New York. He became the nation's first openly gay black congressman. The entire New Mexico House delegation is now made up of women of color. So you know, Tio, some of our colors, points about like, how in a pink Pepsi on Twitter about how could be so close? How could trump be re elected? I mean, Should we be thinking about the country's a little more purple than red and blue? I think so. I think that's a huge takeaway here, and that's certainly what we've been hearing kind of going into the rights and Georgia, for instance, like we talked about the purple in Georgia for for a long time now, But no, I think that you know you you bring up those examples and they're so important and they're so positive because that kind of representation matters and it's so important and should inspire others to get into politics. You know, I, um I hope that that catches fire and we see that more places across the country, but I was just struck. You were listening Those names just how they're not confined to a small set of states. That really was something that's happening more broadly. I think that A lesson from this campaign. The last couple of campaigns is how kind of hard work politics on the part of unknown candidates or underdog candidates can really pay off. We certainly thought that in New York City last cycle with Alexandra Cozzi Cortez winning that surprise victory. I mean, that was kind of thing that lit the fire for so many of the other. Often more progressive candidates to do well in yes State House races in Congress races across the country, So I think that you're right and picking up on the trend here and count me among the hopeful who think that it's going to be the start of a of a longer trend yet.
"alexandra" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"Wwl Mario Lopez joining me now on. . Zoom. . Alexandra daddario welcome to the show. . I. . Thank you. . Thanks for taking the time. . Best last name ever real last name, , right I can't imagine. . Say the Dario what did they call you growing up over the nicknames? ? The Dario guys call me that. . Data Rio data. . I love data real permission please. . So, , today is national. . Make A dog's Day. . We discussed the other day dogs about ten holidays throughout the year, , which is awesome and you know what they deserve to have their day made I. . Know you've teamed up with some awesome people to celebrate. . So <hes>, , what are you doing? ? So Subaru is they worked with dogs for over twenty years. . They there he were the sec a came up with this great idea. . Last year to do super loves pets month in October which encourages people to go out and. . Adopt a dog and adopted underdog, , which is a special needs dog or dog older that kind of thing. . And they have a special day within October October. . Twenty seconds today <hes> where you can Hashtag make a dog's day and show yourself doing something good for a dog either. . Or volunteering or adopting a dog or encouraging others to. . And Anchorage everyone to do that? ? And you know Subaru has really <hes> sort of wants to push this this out to make sure that people know that adopting a great thing to do and they're also donating one hundred dollars for being adopted dog. . To shelters and that kind of thing and <hes> I just encourage everyone to do it because I love my shelter dog leave and you know he's so near and dear to my heart I can't imagine you know I get so sad thinking about him in the shelter and I know everyone who adopts the dog feels the same way we are big dog lovers over here I've got two dogs. . Myself One who's got a little physical special need come to find out. . But so we love him even more. . It's funny because I feel like dogs really know they're getting adopted and you can you they show appreciate it. . Could totally tell you can totally tell and they're so grateful. . So it is a great feeling. . On way run. . Shelter dogs are. . They definitely, , and they're just. . I can't tell you how much my dad's brought Malay. . So I urge everyone to good for you on a dog go for it. . Good for you. . Now I see your dogs all over what's the secret to get them to pose for the camera. . Tree. . We have the same award system. . Take care of me that's how we get married but actually. . Street right next Hamra. . And then you know you get consid-. . WON'T LISTEN TO BE ON THE RETREAT MY hands same. . I'm on. . That program. . You got a new movie out on demand a loss girls and love hotels. . Cool. . Title it. . It looks like a thriller. . What's it about? ? Yeah. . It's about a girl who goes to Japan and she alost girl she's a little lost in your life and she gets into all kinds of trouble and falls in love and drinks too much. . Not kind of thing. . It's a really beautiful movie. . We shot it in Tokyo and Gorgeous. . So Warm. . Very cool for sure. . Also the voice of Lois Lane for the animated film Man. . Of Tomorrow, , <hes> you're you're super you've been superman. . Fan I used to watch lows in park, , the Dean Cain, , very hatch shell growing up. . <hes>. . I Love Superman. . I was always wanted to date mems the that now your lowest lane and you're literally doing. . Fun. . Also in the works, , the movie songbird this was one of the only films being made at the height of the pandemic. . How'd that go for him? ? Great is the first job Bach. . Is My first time working this year so definitely weird to shoot during this period of time, , but they were real everyone's been works a couple projects and. . You, , know it's very, , very strict. . Everyone wears maths lot of testing and I'm really really out of. . Industry for getting back to the can safely at and <hes>. . And I think it's really cool movie. . Shoot. . Los Angeles actually shot here in L. A.. . Okay. . Very. . Cool. . Very good. . Fishing, , too. . So. . What did you catch anything that day? ? I. . Grew back. . Through back where we fishing? ? Sorry where we fishing listening in Long Island sound I was over with them in Connecticut bad. . Our knew how to fish and I've never been fishing reports. . So I went and fishing for fun. . Right I just went to visit I love fish. . I mean, , it's relaxing for Chilean maybe having a draining. . I thought it was boring but it's it's not at all because you're on a boat and it's beautiful. . Exactly Fun Yeah it's golf you're hanging out. . It's nice. . It's pretty. . Off But I imagine it's the same legal. . Before. . Let you go I. . WanNa put you on the spot. . Quick questions. . Quick answers. . Okay. . 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"alexandra" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"I are. -PEZ, wwl Mario Lopez joining me now on. Zoom. Alexandra daddario welcome to the show. I. Thank you. Thanks for taking the time. Best last name ever real last name, right I can't imagine. Say the Dario what did they call you growing up over the nicknames? The Dario guys call me that. Data Rio data. I love data real permission please. So, today is national. Make A dog's Day. We discussed the other day dogs about ten holidays throughout the year, which is awesome and you know what they deserve to have their day made I. Know you've teamed up with some awesome people to celebrate. So what are you doing? So Subaru is they worked with dogs for over twenty years. They there he were the sec a came up with this great idea. Last year to do super loves pets month in October which encourages people to go out and. Adopt a dog and adopted underdog, which is a special needs dog or dog older that kind of thing. And they have a special day within October October. Twenty seconds today where you can Hashtag make a dog's day and show yourself doing something good for a dog either. Or volunteering or adopting a dog or encouraging others to. And Anchorage everyone to do that? And you know Subaru has really sort of wants to push this this out to make sure that people know that adopting a great thing to do and they're also donating one hundred dollars for being adopted dog. To shelters and that kind of thing and I just encourage everyone to do it because I love my shelter dog leave and you know he's so near and dear to my heart I can't imagine you know I get so sad thinking about him in the shelter and I know everyone who adopts the dog feels the same way we are big dog lovers over here I've got two dogs. Myself One who's got a little physical special need come to find out. But so we love him even more. It's funny because I feel like dogs really know they're getting adopted and you can you they show appreciate it. Could totally tell you can totally tell and they're so grateful. So it is a great feeling. On way run. Shelter dogs are. They definitely, and they're just. I can't tell you how much my dad's brought Malay. So I urge everyone to good for you on a dog go for it. Good for you. Now I see your dogs all over what's the secret to get them to pose for the camera. Tree. We have the same award system. Take care of me that's how we get married but actually. Street right next Hamra. And then you know you get consid-. WON'T LISTEN TO BE ON THE RETREAT MY hands same. I'm on. That program. You got a new movie out on demand a loss girls and love hotels. Cool. Title it. It looks like a thriller. What's it about? Yeah. It's about a girl who goes to Japan and she alost girl she's a little lost in your life and she gets into all kinds of trouble and falls in love and drinks too much. Not kind of thing. It's a really beautiful movie. We shot it in Tokyo and Gorgeous. So Warm. Very cool for sure. Also the voice of Lois Lane for the animated film Man. Of Tomorrow, you're you're super you've been superman. Fan I used to watch lows in park, the Dean Cain, very hatch shell growing up. I Love Superman. I was always wanted to date mems the that now your lowest lane and you're literally doing. Fun. Also in the works, the movie songbird this was one of the only films being made at the height of the pandemic. How'd that go for him? Great is the first job Bach. Is My first time working this year so definitely weird to shoot during this period of time, but they were real everyone's been works a couple projects and. You, know it's very, very strict. Everyone wears maths lot of testing and I'm really really out of. Industry for getting back to the can safely at and And I think it's really cool movie. Shoot. Los Angeles actually shot here in L. A.. Okay. Very. Cool. Very good. Fishing, too. So. What did you catch anything that day? I. Grew back. Through back where we fishing? Sorry where we fishing listening in Long Island sound I was over with them in Connecticut bad. Our knew how to fish and I've never been fishing reports. So I went and fishing for fun. Right I just went to visit I love fish. I mean, it's relaxing for Chilean maybe having a draining. I thought it was boring but it's it's not at all because you're on a boat and it's beautiful. Exactly Fun Yeah it's golf you're hanging out. It's nice. It's pretty. Off But I imagine it's the same legal. Before. Let you go I. WanNa put you on the spot. Quick questions. Quick answers. Okay. Favourite TV or movie dog. The. Golden retriever from home rebounds. K.. Favored. Show you binge during quarantine. Too Hot to handle. Which one is that one? That's the one where they all have to go to an I not allowed cheats. Reality yes. Yes to hot. Okay. What's your? What's your go to Karaoke jam? Bohemian rhapsody. Is a commitment or they're also all time favorite. Halloween costume. How God I'd never I never does not rally. I now I'm always dressed just a wish I mean I, I should. Actually be more than just putting just like. You see I have more fun at Halloween as an adult I. think that I did as a kid getting out the and everything. Yeah I'm all fired up Obama Alpha this year. My. Motto Halloween and I'm just I. Don't know what that's about. Not Halloween Person. I mean I like I like handing out candy. But I've never been someone to like get super just. Daddy Rio. All. Right. Very cool. Congratulations.
"alexandra" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"A long time ago and the movie dodgeball I was having to do my what they call a EP. It's electric Prescott. It's basically when you do the interview about the making of the movie. So one day we were all very excited because it was the day that David Hasselhoff was going to do his cameo in the movie and he did it was very funny. He was ad-libbing. He was making self referential jokes about how he's big in Germany, which is huge huge and it was very funny. Was He was Self deprecating and funny and and then I was waiting to do my k and they said you know another actress doing it now. So it's GonNa be a little while and I looked I noticed that it was David Hasselhoff who was doing it and I'm not exaggerating I. Think it took him about ten minutes to shoot his part in the movie maybe fifteen and his EP K. went on for at least an hour of of talking about his experience shooting those fifteen minutes. What can you do? You just have to wait for? The Hof can't ask. How Could be a drain life could be a dream. Ship. You're listening to life is short I'm your host Justin Long night. Good. To. Do Shampoo. With me as always is my co host. That was going to try to find a David he's showing me his teeth was once David Hasselhoff to. Be Movies. That's right. I totally forgot I. I. I've been a obsessed David Hasselhoff for so many years. Wow. Yeah. You get it your flesh Oh, my God He. We used to watch that that he did that Broadway play he did JEKYLL and Hyde on Broadway and the she'll do yeah. Oh, this is I. Wonder if it's on youtube the funniest part of it is the this you're GonNa say the curtain call. So when he comes out to do his bow, if you haven't seen this I I'm sure it's on Youtube. It's the most ambitious dislike grandiose sweeping and then what does Speech. Yeah. Did you like the show? Did you like the show I? Got About that like the most legal maniacal human being who ever lived maybe he's up there like Genghis Khan you know. So much better for the world. When I met him he couldn't have been nicer funny combination of light. But really nice complete narcissists but really sweet. I did it a little part in this movie called hop and again David has had a cameo and a high was in a scene with him and he were in the makeup trailer together and he? Had brought to set all these little pieces of Memorabilia Hassle. Don't hassle the Hoffman aaliyah pins and shirts I told me Oh really and he had and he kind of spread it out throughout the set like put it like you know near where they're shooting he put it all over make law he put it. He gave it to everybody like in their own trailer it's actually kind of your. It's funny. That's a perfect example of that combination narcissistic and really. Nice. This off that Hof thing. You're talking about a kid I was sitting next to in the makeup trailer and he said, yeah, my. So she was my youngest was doing this or that, and I said, well, how many? How many kids do you have any looked at me kind of this incredible incredulous face and he said Hof spring. Dead seriously. Sorry. How many half spring do you have? He's a fascinating human being. I. Forgot that story Oh my God. That's so much better than my story that we started. We started with well, you also worked with Russell. Brandon that right? Yes. Hop is about this little you all know Oh yeah it's about this little cartoon bunny in the movie he ends up becoming a contestant on America's got talent kind of reality show boiler and I. Was a judge if I recall how and what in my scene was I had to bring the bunny who is obviously not there just like a tennis call. Here's a tennis ball and bring him as the production assistant for this fake show. I. Bring Him into the audition where David Hasselhoff is judging I'm and Russell brand played the other production assistant who was a little wink he's also in the movie playing the Voice of the bunny. WHO gives a shit I may have gotten cut out even I've never seen it, but I get residuals all the time. Why? If you've never seen it, that's weird I. Don't like watching myself or listening to myself. You don't like this living with. A Senate, for another episode that's one of the first times I realized that in different parts of the world. They have such different relationships with certain celebrity like when he when the Berlin Wall came down, which was arguably one of the biggest historical events in our lifetime. He played I mean he like he he played there. He was that he was that star I think he might. I, don't know if he's still is but one point. Star Germany Yeah and very entertained by the way even in like Jecklin hide he's really good in it. He's I think he's talented he's. Watch is good at night riders. Yeah. I I think he's a fine performer but what's fascinating about him is his personality personalities Great Yeah. Well so that EPA PK that we did I, mean God knows what he was talking about for an hour and he they left in some of his self referential comments in dodgeball is. Still not in the deleted scenes like he does well, it was written in. German. He's the coach German team and he was totally game to do it. You know like. Oh. My God. But right now, why are we talking about him? Well, yeah. As you mentioned, he started the show Baywatch and later they remade move that movie the show into. Yeah, okay. and. Today we are going to be talking to one of the stars of that movie Alexandra Daddario to Dari tie on named it really is Alex Die. And Alex Friends we met each other turn your and a half ago two years ago through a mutual friend John Bass hopefully he's listening and let's get right into it. We talk about John. What else do we move? You're not familiar with go. She's who is not familiar with Baywatch. But the movie version of it. Yeah. She's also in she's like huge. PUGH blockbuster movies. Yeah. Just let look her up. The Rock she's. Another one then Andreas Yeah I'm sure you've seen it about one of most famous fault movies. What else? Oh, true detective of course, and anyway she yeah, she's in a ton of stuff and She's a great movie now that I just saw called a we are we some of the darkness I was to say what we do show. Yes. We talk about we some in the darkness and watch and what else you'll hear it into. Okay. Here it is my catch up with my pal Alexandra Daddario. Dreams, sweetheart. Do..
"alexandra" Discussed on Unpack The Pursuit
"Today. We're going to be talking about the importance of writing your own scripts Natalie and I discussed this a little bit in our catch up earlier and how to break through some of the narratives up artist from truly the moment we enter this world I'm sure most of us can relate to feeling like we could or should do things differently. That the way things have always been done is not how it has to be but these national natural curiosities within us are a lot harder to take action on especially when the world is telling you otherwise. So we're going to unpack this team today with Alexandra Myard, an award winning researcher business owner and marketing coach who believes in empowering entrepreneurs and professionals with the knowledge and clarify focus to help them make good strategic decisions. But Alexandra wasn't always at the stays in her life. In fact, over a decade ago, Alexandra left her PhD in literature to transform the way. is done through her skills and passion for stories that connect people with the products and services that can change the World Alexandra comes from an upbringing of barriers. When she finally broke free from the conservative cult she grew up in, she found limitations in other spaces like eah in corporate. America she has an incredible story to tell and we are so excited for this space for her self expression or grateful for her to be here, and we can't wait to see how took control of her life in rewrote. The story had low Alexandra so much for being with us today. Hi thank you so much for having me. I love the mission behind what you do and I'm so excited for this conversation. Yes, we are to let's dive in. You talk a lot about breaking barriers for free thinking what are some of the ways you've been restricted in thought leading up to this present moment, right? So Beautiful introduction share it a bit I grew up in an environment where. Along met playing by the rules and in a pretty intense way, mean a lot of the people. When I when I speak with my upbringing a lot of people know the reference to the Doug on TLC and that's an easy way to kind of explain the sort of environment where I was raised in. That's a really easy reference point. Where everything I said so war dead absolutely everything was scripted for me mentors their security in being told what to do by it. It comes at such a cost this. Question belonging can be really challenging for anyone in families and work environments and. I find that for people you have a marginal variance in community that there can be a lot of challenges when it comes to business as well, and this is especially true for people colored under diverse people with disabilities. List unfortunately goes on and as a queer woman as while I have experienced some mice. Really, shouldn't of belonging is for everyone and the narratives can hold us back are ones which are well worth questioning and for me, that's the heart of it. So when we start questioning the things, the ideas, the beliefs, the way of being the ways of doing win that becomes problematic or in worst cases such as no way I was raised when questioning is forbidden the not. So really clear sign that the community isn't giving space for coming either free you for someone else and it for those fit in the question is, do I stay and make myself? Or do I leave in create space. Assault and that's where entrepreneurship really comes into play for me and winds are passionate about it and in many many ways that is part of why you might upbringing in such a question environment to such a gift because it actually made thinking asking questions very. To me for anybody like the forbidden is so tantalizing an attractive at classic human trope and because I wasn't allowed to think independently, it actually made it really really interesting in exciting to do. So I love how you are coming from this perspective of it being a gift to you that you're able to take it in that way because. That is exactly the perspective that I think is that launch pad that enables you to change the narrative or at least begin weaving different story for yourself. Yeah absolutely I. Mean I'm just really starting to see the gifts that are. I think that win an environment and I consider my upbringing a very dangerous environment when it's so dangerous that you just need out there's no real. It's important not to put pressure on yourself too early to see the gifts but to really feel the challenge of. Process of transformation by in hindsight that is one of the most beautiful gifts of going through something is that with time and with healing and with. Ross and with creating a safe place to look back. There the past to who I am today. So clear to me and I wouldn't be here. If, it weren't for that. So of course, the posture that is the most healing. Is One of gratitude you touch on this a little bit before but groupthink is obviously extremely powerful and weighs heavily on us from a very young age. So it's not easy to break through the ideas that had been woven into us from early on what was the voice in your head as you transitioned out in broke free from limitations in your community in academia and even in corporate America like just I would be interested in knowing what was going on in your head and how you talk yourself through this. The after me, he doesn't my head has always said if I don't do this will. It's always been very clear to me that independence and finding our own freedom. It's actually a collective journey that if we take the truth pass to our for ourselves that. Enables others to do so somehow being empathetic and mindful of the ways in what my journey might help others down the road was a huge motivating factor for me in irony of is I had to become an independent thinker to breakthrough of group. Thanks. So even though it is such a lonely journey in many ways, the motivation was very much that I'm doing this not just for myself. The values that I believe in freedom and honesty, and that requires resilience fortitude in a willingness to go it alone, and there's a lot of stories of the bad things that happen to people who go along we see it everywhere in in my case with the Christian narratives, the Prodigal son was the parable I was raised with that honed the idea that it isn't safe to go. On Your own journey. So wanting especially when thinking about rewriting scripts or writing our own narratives, we wanNA deeply about the narratives that had instilled. Fear us to hold us back and where those come fresh and wear those messages coming.
"alexandra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
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"alexandra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"This break up. Kinda Dick after the break up and like it's just hard for me to move past. That and I don't even know if I have a conversation with myself like do we get back together? Even thinking about that holy at the moment, but is like when guys like hookup sleep like is he kind does he make you feel good? How long have you guys been sort of faked back together for? Probably three week now if he were to act like this for, let's say you guys permanently. Get back together and do you think he would keep this up for? A long period of time. Do you think he'd continue to sort of behave like this the changes that you wanted him to make? Do you think that he'd be able to keep that up for your two or forever and see that's what I worry about because like in the relationship like for years I wanted him to make these changes, and then all of a sudden he does now. I'm like. Is it real you know like I don't even know? and. Then my pardon me like I. Haven't even told a lot of my good friends because I feel like an look like I'm. Totally I totally get that I was talking to Alexandra about this same thing I, really think Brittany that that having an honest conversation with him, and if you are the kind of person like I am where I can't be sexually involved with anybody without emotion as to I, am of your like that or not, but if you are I think it's important to make sure that you have a conversation with him and ask him like so you know this hurt when when you left me. felts abrupt felt like you were cold, which hurt me I. Miss You. I want to be a part of your life but I can't do it again without communicate or honesty or whatever. And I I am like you. I do need emotion with claim. Never been good at the other day. Doing that will in my past. You know how sometimes breakups are really slow like you have a massive break-up and then a few months later you get back together. It's almost like carbon, testing or something. There's like a half life, but then you get back together for like half of the time of your relationship, and then you break up again, and then you get together for half of that time of your relationship, and it's this L- this slow weaning. Weaning process which I've been through a few times, because I'm a cynical optimist, but I will be aware of those things, and also besides like the intimacy in the physical contact which I crave I think probably most people do, but what else he gives to you outside of those elements. Thus he make you feel strong. You know you guys actually enjoy each other's company outside of the physical intimacy stuff, or is this a reactionary thing that you were you? Guys are both lonely and and familiar with each other, and do you know what I mean? What I'm worried. I was like Oh. This is fun and exciting and kind of forbidden at the moment, and like am I just.
"alexandra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"I'm just like I. Don't know I. I mean I hope I'm able to trust them on again. But that is also a fear for sure, and that's God. That's so natural and normal, but I think that you will probably be tempted to reach out to her and in figure out these answers. With her, or maybe like you know, follow her online and stuff, and if you can I would resist that temptation of it because I think while there is comfort in importing like lemon juice on the wound Abed I would attempt if you can to not reach out to her for answers because she won. She probably doesn't have them and to if she does. Don't think you'll get a lot of healing from being inquisitive with her right now it could maybe like a year maybe or some months maybe but I would attempt if you can. I know for me would be so hard to resist, but if you can hold off on any kind of outreach with her in, you can regroup and. I totally agree with that I think you have to go into this sort of intensive mode, and it seems awful because you're the rejected party, but like if you can have no contact with her, and if you need to mute her instagram or twitter, or whatever don't look at anything, you don't need to know what she's up to. This is your time to heal and to move forward to the best extent that you can add if that means doing your face time dates chatting with friends whatever you need to do to get through it, but she hurt you so now you need to get away from that source of hurt and try to move forward and the best. Best ways to not dwell on it, you'll drive yourself insane. Every crying phone call I've gotten from girlfriend when they've going through breakup is because they went on the instagram page and they saw something they didn't want to see, or they saw him having her having a great time, and it's just it. You don't need that negatively. It'll drive you crazy so i. think you know go into sort of getting through heartbreak mode and try your best to distract yourself..
"alexandra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Of confidence around romantic relationships that speaks to something deeper, and that's something I'm definitely working on like setting boundaries and learning. You know I think that there's a I think that comes from a sort of profound, some some kind of specific insecurity. Yeah, okay, what is a trait? Trait? You most dislike in others. will. There's too I mean the main one is sort of this is sort of obvious, but cruelty, and that's I think there are a lot of people walking around two. They haven't done enough work on themselves to an even understand why they're being so judgmental of other people which can lead to cruelty, and when you see people really judging others or Or really comfortable, being mean or speaking about them in a really negative way. I think that that says more about the person who sang at that than the person that they're talking about and I think it sets a bad example if you're on set, and you're with a bunch of actors, and if someone's going on and saying something terrible or judging someone for something or a specific way that. That they work or they are whatever. I think that that can rub off on people who don't know better so huge fan of that. No I love I love that answer to because I also think that it's a very revealing in one's own security of course and right, any kind of catty critique just feels uncreative. Right okay. Who'd you invite to your dream dinner? Party oh my gosh. Steve, Martin Obama. How many people can I invite The whole team of people. I mean Steve Martin I'd Love Martin Short and love to have dinner with Steve Martin and Martin. Short that seems like a lot of fun. The only risk is that they sort of have such great Bantu that they leave you out the the ideas you need to. You need to inject yourself into it so that they can at the end of it. Be Like! Wow, you really fit in with our group. You belong in this witty and charming duo. That's my dream. That's right. Okay. In one word, how would you like to be remembered? It's so hard. It's hard I. Don't know why take it so seriously. It's like if this. Is The answer you give this is the answer the. Exist I'd like to be remembered as being funny or charming or kind, which is sort of boring, but I would like to be yeah. I guess kind. It's a little boring, but hey, why not or hot? Look I wasn't hot in high school, but now I have, and that's all I remember. Yeah, for sure Alexandra. HOW SCARY! To. May have been a late bloomer but man. I love that. We have just met and I just adore you. You're such a kindred, spirit and. No? I'm really sweet. That's how I want to be remembered. That's right, sweetheart hot I'm, sweet..
"alexandra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Okay. So you don't have to tell us if you're single or if you're dating whatever I've always been so hesitant to talk about my relationships just because I feel like I'm so I don't WanNa say bad at them because I'm not going to say things about myself but there's always part of me that's tried to keep it private just because you know if you break up it's sort of embarrassing or it's very private and so. I I mean I think marriage is a different thing like I think without your all in and I really believe in marriage and I believe in giving it i. I haven't been married so I don't know but I think for me and my you know piddly little relationships I never really Alexandra I I don't know if it's I don't mean to be dismissive towards people who are very public with their relationships but I very much concur. Because I think that it's protecting the exploration without all like the weirdness of the external forces like macgyver so cute together. Oh my God like would it would. Yes or no. He's not good for you. Rohe's this or the attention of it and and I'm still learning. I'm still learning about relationships. I'm a little behind and still learning about myself so I I genuinely feel like talking about it would just be detrimental to me the guy whatever. I think you're completely right. I totally do because I've relationship doesn't need the additional pressure of everyone commenting on on everything. Do you read. I don't read a lot of my social media stuff I don't anymore I used to and then I quickly discovered that it was driving me insane. I'll say like my fans they're lovely but every now and then you'll run across something that's so negative and I think it does affect you completely and you can't forget like I feel like if if I get you fork dementia when I'm eighty comments will still linger yeah inserted themselves as like a poisonous seed in your rain and your memory and it feels inconceivable to spread that kind of hate. So that's also the other confounding part. Yeah it wouldn't even occur to me to be that interested in somebody else to spread hate towards them. Wherever I mean I've even had situations where I've had people I was dating. Calm 'cause like someone on the little find out were dating or and they'll just be sending them the meanest thing you know. People in the public eye are more there. You get it more but I think it can be quite shocking and the ability to be anonymous to be an an anonymous you know critic it just feels like again like why would you do that. I don't think that everything has to be on display. I think that there's this pressure for people in the public eye to put things on display or whatever that is before all of this. I don't know I was very private in protective of my relationships. There's something I really admire about to where you want to protect something that secret to you and I think that's I think that's a really beautiful thing I think for me I get into. I think I just it goes back to. I don't really share my relationships publicly completely. I do something where I don't tell any of my female friends. If there's anything wrong I always want to protect a relationship that I believe in but I also think that I could have saved myself some grief. I think especially in my twenties if I had been like. Hayes is up behavior of with that. Rub You the wrong way you my friends. It'd be like what the fuck get the fuck outta there but But instead I didn't because I'm proud and they didn't want to be vulnerable way because I bet there's some friends out there that would have been like yet. We told you he was a Dick. Okay wait I wanna ask you some imagining that. You're single okay. So it I. It's like you know when you're at dinner like maybe it's your second date and he's like. Oh My Bras Colin. I don't think that's a dealbreaker in of itself. I'd need more information. Yeah no okay I will say. I don't think I've ever dated someone who said Bro Lot. So maybe that speaks to something. Well I think that there's also like if you call the waiter Bro. Like hey bro. Can we get some more bread? Or like my Bro- Colin I. Is it just a work or is it like I mean? I don't know I'm going to say not a deal breaker without further information. A like that. Okay so he coats his feet investigating inputs on socks. How do you feel if that's what makes them happy? Yeah look I mean. I don't think I break up with them over it but I certainly would mock them for it the softest feet though I mean I'm very in defeat or you know no I'm not I don't think about that one way or the other really so okay on the first date. He asks you if your colds. And he says I don't want to be rude but your nipples hard. Ooh That would be a deal breaker. Because you would need to mention what's going on with my nipples if you were asking. If I was cold I can tell you I am or not. I actually had a guy do that once. What it it wasn't on the first date. But maybe like the third. He mentioned that he had seen me in a park that he had seen my nipples and they were hard and and he thought maybe that that meant that my kids were fake or something and that was something that I felt. Maybe he shouldn't have been shared. What is that? What is up with that. Isn't that fundamentally bizarre? It's feels that you know that book. The game like the whole philosophy. Yes yeah I do. It'd be sort of passive aggressively mean to a woman. Wanted to get them to sleep with you right right. Is that the attempt to be like so outrageous. That or if it's just like an honest man brain comment but it's one of those things that I think especially on a third day could have been filtered out yet stopping at are you. Cold is okay. Yeah so that's a deal breaker okay before you guys sleep together for the first time he shows you his St report card. Oh I think that's fine. I think that's great. I'm all about being safe and I think that's a really nice thing to do very considerate or at least shows that that's important to them. What if it's not all like flying colors you know like if they currently have an S. T. d? Would be a deal breaker. Sandra let me think is curable so unless you have the really potent strain. I'm a big believer in getting tested regularly and being honest with your partner so hey I think that's great but yeah if they have sti no I wouldn't go to bed with them now. Great or rate A. I mean. I'm proud every time I get my cleanness TD BILL. It's good okay. So let's say you guys are a month into dating. He offers to do your laundry while you're were and when you come back all your whites have a kind of a pinkish Hue. Oh my gosh. I mean it's not a deal breaker but I'm not one to pick fights over something so stupid but I would definitely have to teach him to do laundry. But it's all it's all about the intentions. So if he was it was well intentioned. So how could that be a deal breaker? I'm so with you I'm so with you. I mean at least I would hope that he would kind of notice like oopsy. We all make mistakes. Yeah I think you're right like the intention is sweet yet unless he really wants you to. Just wear pink all the time because it turns them on okay. He's thirty five and still a virgin. Not a deal breaker. I would be totally curious to figure out how that had happened so I would go on a few dates with someone who is a virgin. I mean at the end of the day. A that wouldn't be a deal breaker. There might be reasons that lead to that that would be deal breaking but he no well. That's the thing. Maybe he was in a coma for twenty years and maybe he's not a virgin but he doesn't even know it ultimately you know teach their own. They probably wouldn't work out long-term there's also like something. Kinda hot about being able to totally blow. Somebody's mind well. I mean it would be his first or would he be like. I'm sorry. I'm saving myself for marriage. No I he was like Oh fuck. I hit the Jackpot. I've been waiting for sure. Why not never done that bay? What's your last one. He owns a tiger. You're bringing tiger king into that. We started to watch it though. Is it good? Oh my gosh. It's so good it's so good. Yeah Okay. Let me answer dealbreaker. He owns a tiger. Probably a deal breaker for variety of reasons if you saw this documentary also understand everyone in this documentary. Who owns a tiger is? I can't really even begin to explain it. So the documentary almost becomes like the abuse of the animals which is very real almost becomes a device to see everything and the documentary makes this point. You see all these people human beings just the Tigers don't even really seem to matter to them. It's you know people's own personal vendettas. And they're grieving there. Whatever and the whole point of the rescuing tigers becomes like totally moved. But you have to watch it. It's incredible I've never seen such characters in my life. Yeah I mean it's going to be turned into a movie and you better believe I'm going to fight hard for some kind of role in that film. I will do one line in it. I wanted to ask you what roles he would love to play. Or what roles have been most rewarding to you I just want to work with good people good directors. I WanNa have a good time. I love doing romantic comedies. And I think that there's there's so much room for especially now with streaming for really some incredible romantic comedies. That play with what we expect them to be. I I love doing period pieces. I did this phone call. We always lived in the castle. It was a period piece and I love doing and I love playing somebody from a completely different time. What was the time period It was nineteen fifties. Oh yeah based on Shirley Jackson Novel. I never get periods stuff. I love the clothes. The hair the makeup so much fun. Yeah I feel really lucky to be a working actress and I've done all kinds of the things that I'm known for our certain things and look my bread and butter is that that's totally fine with me. And if I get every now and then to play and try something different. That's great too. I don't have like a specific character in mind except for this tiger king movie I would love to play the want needed a meth head. Oh my gosh I so badly a I would love it. I would love to play Joe EXOTICA. Can I just be like your exasperated aunt or older stepsister? That's just like I'd hater. I JUST WANNA come to set every day and not have to put on makeup. Yeah although I did put on makeup for you but I did a horrible job. I put on makeup for you to. I can't tell your Mascaro you look beautiful. Okay live questions. What is your favorite ice cream.
"alexandra" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Restless? Your I mean a little restless, but I feel good. I feel you know lucky i. think everyone's scared. And it's hard but I have two people in quarantining with two girlfriends, and we're just lucky to have each other. You know it's. I think it would be a lot harder if I was alone. Do you guys make love at night? We've talked about it I just wanted to dive deep. Please! I'm totally willing No, we've actually discussed it. We have talked about how great it would be if we could make love to each other. Yeah, unfortunately, it's just we're not. Interested in that way and quarantine threesomes that presents a whole different challenge. Can you even imagine if jealousy gets involved? It would just be a disaster and you can't leave the house. What would you do? It would be awful. A female threesome friendship is difficult enough. That's right, but then. You know to add a sexual element is not something. No I mean it's great. The three of US actually get along really really well, which is great because we all know that when you live with someone, you never know what can happen, but we get along swimmingly, so it's been a positive experience. How's your family? They're fine. They're quarantined and safe and totally fine, so I'm relieved so at the moment were all just sort of i. mean all you can do is just sorta. Stay put and wait and that's. I think counter intuitive to. To Lot People WanNa do things, but this is what we need to do right now, Alexandra. You're so right initially, and it sounds so fucking out of touch. Initially I was like woo leg numb I'm at home and I love to cook. I'm not good at it, but I have a well stocked Pantry so to me. It was like all right. I'm going to conquer this, but then you know maybe four days ago. I woke up. Feeling like I wanted to do things. That I've never wanted to do before Mike Bride Mike on the. Who was like? Why is this occurring to me? This is obstinate. Feeling in me..
"alexandra" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Marxist feminism and a major figure in Russian socialist politics from the turn of the twentieth century through the start of the Soviet Union after the revolution she became the most prominent woman in the Soviet government where she continued her work on improving conditions for women. Let's talk about Alexandra Cologne tie. Alexandra was born on March. Thirty first eighteen seventy two in Saint Petersburg Russia. Her father was a general in the czar's army and was from a wealthy and aristocratic family. Her mother was the daughter of a wealthy Finnish businessman during her early years. Alexandra was very close with her father. With whom she shared similar intellectual interests she had a particular love of history and learning foreign languages including French English Finnish and German Alexandra Hope to continue her education at university but her mother believed there was no value. A higher education. For a woman of Alexandra's standing Alexandra's mother was also concerned about the radical ideas that were prevalent at Russian universities at the time instead. Alexandra was allowed to get certified to become a teacher when Alexandra was about nineteen years old. She met Vladimir Cologne tie an engineering student. Who also happened to be her cousin. The too quickly became quite smitten with each other but Alexandra's parents for beat the relationship because Ladimir was relatively poor. Instead they send Alexandra on a tour of Western Europe to try and distract. Her plan proved unsuccessful. When Alexandra returned she married flawed Amir 1893 about a year. Later she gave birth to a son she also began volunteering with her sister at a library. That offered literacy classes to factory workers. There she met. Marxist activist Elena Sova was introduced to the movement. Elena started using Alexandra as a currier for transporting illegal radical political writings to various sympathizers in eighteen ninety six Alexandra accompanied. Her husband fought Amir to visit a large textile factory where he was the engineer in charge of installing a new ventilation system. Alexandra was horrified by the working conditions in the factory later that same year the textile workers went on strike Roy. Alexandra became active and handing out leaflets about workers rights and fundraising to support their cause by eighteen. Ninety eight Alexandra considered herself a Marxist and sought ways to become involved in the revolutionary movement full-time. She separated from her husband and left her son with her parents so that she could study economics and labour movements in Zurich under Marxist economist Heinrich her though her father didn't share her political beliefs. He secretly financed Alexandra Studies. When she returned to Russia the following year she joined the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party it was Revolutionary Socialist Party that was formed to bridge the gaps between a host of revolutionary political organizations popular at the time in one thousand nine eight. Alexandra published Finland and socialism. An article but advocated finished freedom from Russian tyranny as a result of this article and her work organizing female workers protesting for better working conditions in Russia. Alexandra went into exile in Germany to avoid political repercussions there. She traveled and became friends with many of the prominent Marxists and socialists of the day with the of world. War One in nineteen fourteen. Alexandra left Germany. She I tried to settle in Denmark and then Sweden where she was imprisoned for her political activities. She finally landed in Norway where she lived until nineteen seventeen. She was outspoken about her strong opposition to the war. When Alexandra received news in nineteen seventeen of the burgeoning Russian revolution she rushed home and immediately voiced her full support for Lennon. As a member of the executive community for the Petrograd Soviet. She worked constantly speaker and writer advocating radical revolution and eventually voting as a member of the central committee for the armed uprising. That became the October Revolution. Alexandra became the most prominent female member in the new Soviet administration. She was elected commissar of social welfare. Alexandra wanted to use her new position to improve conditions for women in the Soviet Union. In one thousand nine hundred nineteen. She formed the women's department. She sought to increase literacy among women and their access to education. She also wanted to teach women about new laws with regards to marriage work and education under the new regime. It should be noted that unlike many if not most of the feminist recovering this month Alexandra was opposed to the ideology of Liberal. Feminism most popular and common in the West. She was a forceful advocate for women's liberation the rights of female workers and women's equality. But she didn't believe that real change could occur under the current social and economic system. She saw outside of the Soviet Union. She criticised many feminists particularly suffragettes focusing on what she saw as political priorities. That would only help. Bordj Wa women. Alexandra believe that this would lead to continue disenfranchisement of working class women. She argued that addressing. The conditions of the working class was a prerequisite for real lasting change. Beginning in Nineteen Twenty. Alexander became increasingly disillusioned with the economic policies of the Soviet Union. She particularly disagreed with the concentration of power and decision making at the top rather than in the hands of labor unions as a result of her forceful outspokenness on this and related issues. She was politically sidelined. She spent the next twenty years in various diplomatic postings around the world to prevent her for making political waves at home. Alexandra died in Moscow on March Ninth. Nineteen fifty two all month. We're talking about them. Inists if covered feminists in everything so far. But what differentiates this month is that we're looking at women who were particularly important to the women's rights movement the suffrage movement and or modern feminism and feminist theory on Saturdays. We're talking about modern feminists brought to you by this month sponsor fiber on Sundays for highlighting favourite feminists from past months chosen by other podcast hosts. We love for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our new encyclopedia a mannequin. 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"alexandra" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Now back to off the vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe also two-time headaches speaker which is very cool. I myself the way I did. The I did one in Vancouver. That's so cool. It was it was really cool. But how did that come about for you. Have you always wanted to do. I've always wanted to do that anything. The opportunity came up to do one and one of the When I did the first one one of the other speakers fell in love with Ted talks and she created her own and she was like? You gotta come do one again so I did it again but let me ask you this. I have a hard time memorizing using stuff and I'm lowest. That's why did it as a conversation piece with somebody else. So I had somebody interviewing Ted ex smart cookie because let me tell you something I had. Night sweats yeah. I was like I was trying so and I remember everything but it was so stressful. I was like I. I've I know 'cause Public speaking does not faze me. Yeah Sam it's that. Am I gonNA remember number road. I'm GONNA say like you can put me in front of and I do like I'm going to tell you a few jokes. We do a podcast but for like memorizing a speech or like you know we're trying to captivate an audience for that long. It was a lot and you all your points to go through. It's like you know you're talking about but just to like do it in the proper way that you want be totally get get unstaged tax in those red letters. Yeah gotta get it together. It's Those letters are intimidating. There's yeah I don't know what it is but it's scared me because you see so many people do these talk. That are Rene Brown like in me and you know you and I are both silly little people just like you know I'm like like Oh God I don't know so well because you've probably been told your whole life that you know you're just cute instead of you know that you have something important to say. I have something in Soda. We have important. Thanks to say yeah we do. And now we have the damn mic we do yes great. Amen Yeah Okay so my last question for you. It was kind of on the same topic. Pick as you know magazines now we have social media which those things are still there. So what do you think some of the biggest reasons why we struggle with with food so much is it that we're following the wrong accounts because there seems to be so many out there that can help us instead of hurt us. But it's like it's almost like we go looking for the opposite it. What our bodies really need? Yeah it's it's a lot because if you look like there's just a lot of products out there and look I'm not going to bash. There's some products that are great. They get like really simple to kind of eat the way you want but I always tell people you know one thing. I strive to do with my account for the most part. It's just really trying to push like have you heard of parsnips. Like you know like you know just I think finding accounts that make it that inspire you and make you feel good as opposed to make you feel like you're not doing enough and you know like just certain it doesn't one counts better than the other to certain people speak to US differently than others and you want something that's going to inspire you that is constantly giving value and information permission to enhance your life. So that the question. Yeah but what I'm talking about. I went on I literally was looking deep into your soul green with everything you were saying. Talk about your count as like your like a friend. You know what I mean like. I don't know you thought like I know you because I was like. Oh she's just like this wonderful positive human being. I can super negative. I don't believe you owe ask Jason. He she thinks I'm a pessimist all boyfriends. Don't yeah I don't yeah that's 'cause you look okay. Seven days out of every month. I am a raging bit. You know what yeah. That's the problem I know. I am confused fused. I am I am in pain over guy dealing with Being a woman and yeah in that week I'm probably a little bit more on the the negative side than the other companies. Some great. But could you imagine if men had there. I mean no low. My whole month and Jason's like a different sprint is the most positive light. Looks Great Happy Go lucky love the positive guy ever man but then it makes me look like I'm actually I'm I'm pretty like pretty brave sunshine. Jason will tell us differently but yeah Oh oh you like yes sometimes dark vicious bitchy cloud you know with nice to have both people all the time. No that would be it would be. He wouldn't like it. He thinks he might but he wouldn't. He wouldn't stop. There's that okay lasting. We're going to do as a fact versus fiction. Oh okay cool. Yeah so eating carbs. It causes weight. Gain think it's I think it's fiction. I think it depends upon the kind of carbs like you know like. Are you eating carbs from vegetables or like healthy sources. Are you reading. You know cookies. Very good pens on the car. Liana Loophole Ida. Portion sizes have increased over the years. Yeah really well it. It depends though it well because now you're doing it. People are just so people have restaurants and people love doing these social things where I feel like restaurants give you bigger portions. Yeah I always tell people. If you're concerned about pushing supporters is he always feel like you overeat have the restaurant wrap up half and you can take it home before you even get. What a hack? What the Heck Yeah? So there's that good okay. Everyone should be taking nutritional supplements. I think it doesn't hurt even though I loved the idea that we can get all of our nutrition from our food. And the you know the the soils a little bit more depleted than it used to be so you know. Vitamin D magnesium. Those are the ones I see. A lot of people are deficient in. So I think those would be great and somebody like cue. who doesn't eat meat? B twelve would be fantastic magnesium..
"alexandra" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Alexandra kills thrills horns round the crown getting down in this town hey never gonna be the same turn the microphone i don't try this at home we're professionals steve is on vacation elizabeth is filling in again good morning thanks for having me back thanks for coming back so did you watch last night of course i watched the entire thing i didn't even fast forward through any moment of the bachelorette i watched fast forwarded last week through the point where they were doing the singing in vegas oh guys like badly singing and it was so cheesy wayne newton and i was like i'm out so fast forwarded through that this time even though i think these dates are lame the guys are dramatic and entertaining absolutely there is some drama going on in the house i do have finally i have somebody that i want to see her with ooh good you wanna tell us now or are you wanna hold out okay let's hold on i want us to do you have somebody in mind that you think is right for us i have the person that i think that she is going to end up within that i think she should end up with same the same person of not for me oh really yeah i think she's going to end up with a certain person but i don't think it's the right person okay look at that we'll get to that after we go through some of them from last night should we do it okay let's do it all right so listen there's so much drama going on in this house these guys are like the one thing is i feel like these guys have a lot of depth to them and they seem to be just very sweet with the exception of a couple one came unhinged we saw it last week and then we saw it last night and this was chris so chris got into it with lincoln last night and here's the here's the man drama going on drama in vegas it is very apparent that the wheels on come on put your hands i would define thank you not gonna.
"alexandra" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"alexandra" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"alexandra" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Alexandra history me doubles was going on jay i'm jv i'm selena i'm crystal my twitter name is j v hit me up anytime i just be right here waiting for you jim now seven seven says selena there's nothing wrong with your nose i would say be who you are by the way for the people new to the show selena is wanting to get a nose job she's talked to two different doctors said i say be who you are embrace life the way it was given to you and response to that i just feel like people who people only see the flaws that are like on themselves you know what i mean like if i see someone who hates you know something on their face or they feel like they're overweight like i honestly i don't see abe but like people are more with the word critical critical of themselves.