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Here’s Why Distribution of the Vaccine Is Taking Longer Than Expected

CBS Weekend News Roundup

02:49 min | 23 hrs ago

Here’s Why Distribution of the Vaccine Is Taking Longer Than Expected

"Is racing to get Corona virus vaccines in a week that has seen the U. S death toll rises above 520,000. This is president Biden says they'll be enough vaccines on hand for all adults by the end of May. Can it be done? CBS is Stephen Portnoy's at the White House. Well, we're going to see and this is something that you know. The president did make a lot of news when he said that these vaccines should be available two months earlier than expected. And there's sort of a thinking here in Washington with the president might be trying to doing is basically under promise and over deliver, but he's pointing to ramped up vaccine production it find sir, you've got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine that's just been authorized its coming online and the hope is that the manufacturing with all the partnerships that had been reached will be able to have That many vaccines at least distributed into the states by the end of May know the White House is very takes pains to say That doesn't mean that all Americans will be vaccinated by the end of May currently is we're speaking, Alison the It looks like we're on track for about two million doses per day to be distributed. But even at that pace, you're still looking at several more months before Most Americans are vaccinated. And, uh, you know, the challenge is to make sure that there are enough places for people to be vaccinated enough people to actually do. The injections in some states are actually calling on volunteers from across medical industries, maybe even veterinarians to perform the vaccinations. I know that retired Doctors and nurses have been asked to step in. So really, the challenge is more than just the vaccine manufacturing it Zach Chua Li setting up the physical inoculations, and it's also getting through those really prickly port portals and many cities. But let me also ask. I know that several states have been easing back of their restrictions, including Texas. It was like, okay, no more mask. What is the president had to say about that? Well, the president made a lot of news when he said that he basically called it Neanderthal thinking, And he criticized the governors of Texas and Mississippi for rather recklessly in his mind moving to lift these restrictions, and it was interesting to hear business owners in Texas and Mississippi say not so fast, Not in my place of business. No, we're going to insist that people wear masks and other response to that from the governor of Texas is to say, Well, that's fine. Maybe that's how it ought to be. But the trouble is, you know what about people who live outside of the state of Texas and Mississippi if if the move to lift the mask mandate Leads to an increase in spread in that state. The virus won't just stay spreading in that state. It'll spill over and that's the argument that the White House is making

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Houston Health Department opens new waitlist for Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

Houston Health Department opens new waitlist for Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

"Harris county. Public health department says the number of people testing positive for covid. Nineteen has gone up in the last week. Positive results went from twelve percent a week ago to just over thirteen percent. Alison win a key. Is ceo of the immunization partnership. She says people getting any of the three vaccines available will help that number. Drop if you had a choice between weightless i'm probably sign up for both weightless in roach. You live one that called. I would not worry about what brand was getting into my arm when it keep praised bolt local health departments for moving the johnson and johnson vaccine into local communities and not administering them at houston's fema site at energy park she says because it's one shot and doesn't need to be frozen that makes it more mobile and provides better access for vulnerable

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Thirty, Flirty and Thriving?

The Cut

02:19 min | 5 d ago

Thirty, Flirty and Thriving?

"Alison. Jasmine parker and i had a remote movie night to watch thirteen going on thirty and loved this movie because my parents told me that i was thirteen going on thirty all the time because i was a smart ass way. Jasmine how old are you. I'm thirty or my gosh. i know i'm the baby. You are the be okay. We're basically all the same age but this week. I'm turning thirty. Which feels like a huge deal to me in part because of thirteen going on thirty. You know the funny thing is my whole life. I think because of this movie. I was super amped on it. I was like when i'm thirty. I'll be yeah thirty and flirty and thriving but now that it is breathing down my neck. I'm terrified. I don't know like i don't know i feel about it. Did feel like a big deal for you. When you turned thirty known i think i was still like scrambling into like the same things i was doing at like twenty eight twenty nine. I think it hit my mom. When i talked to my mom about it. Like when she turned thirty she was pregnant with me and i was like. oh i don't have that milestone. My thirtieth birthday was really sad. I really wanted it to be thirteen. Going on thirty themed but it happened during covid and it was just so walloon But it was the moment. It was almost like night and day. My mom started pushing me about kids. Ye know yeah. It was like a flip switch. I really do not want to start thinking about if i should try to have kids or get married or settle down whatever that means. I'm just really grateful for where i am right now. Then so lucky. And i just wanna keep focusing on work and my friends and having fun and i think that's why i wanted to revisit. This movie thirteen going on thirty because this movie was the earliest impression i had of thirty meant and it showed me that being thirty was fun and glamorous and exciting and there wasn't that element of fear or pressure anxiety. At least from what. I remember the movie

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Mom charged with murder of 7-year-old son in Morgan County, east of Atlanta

Clark Howard

00:21 sec | 6 d ago

Mom charged with murder of 7-year-old son in Morgan County, east of Atlanta

"Too early. This morning morning at at the the family's family's home home home. home. The The husband husband and and wife wife at at the the residence residence and and the the seven seven year year old old child child was was that that residents residents deceased deceased in in one one of of the the bedrooms, bedrooms, Sheriff Sheriff Robert Robert Mark Mark Lee Lee says says the the mother, mother, Alison Alison Jones, Jones, is is charged charged with with felony felony murder murder in in the the death death of of her her son son and and for for firing firing shots shots at at her her husband, husband, who who was was not not hurt. hurt. Top Top local local news news every every 30 minutes

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Laraine Newman on SNL's Original Cast

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

01:19 min | Last week

Laraine Newman on SNL's Original Cast

"I keep reading reviews of various. Snl oral history books and they talk about. It seems that everyone maybe just two different books. That i read a few reviews of these two different bucks and in the early days to here we will tell it. Chevy chase was just a very hard to work with. Was that your experience of him. No but i. I can't say how it was for the guys. It might have been a different thing entirely but chevy was always lovely to the girls. She was always nice. He wasn't Abusive in any way. No i mean it was a really. The cast was wonderful. I i realized this in in doing press for this book is Nobody ganged up on anybody. And there were never clicks which is remarkable when you think about it because it's it's just like a group of people. It's like a lifeboat that you're all you know contributing to this effort to survive. You know and also coming from an improv background. It's all about supporting the other actor right so that we're really fortunate that way that we all were at least polite to one another. That is wonderful.

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It's Not Just Texas: The Entire Energy Grid Needs An Upgrade For Extreme Weather

Environment: NPR

03:06 min | Last week

It's Not Just Texas: The Entire Energy Grid Needs An Upgrade For Extreme Weather

"The electricity grid is more than wires. It's also power plants big transmission towers and local utilities. Everything that gets electricity to you. Much of that infrastructure was designed for a different era says energy consultant alison silverstein. We plan this grid for us inherit weather and we are now facing mad max. These pop culture references are silverstein colorful way of saying that what worked in the nineteen fifties sixties and seventies needs to be updated for a future that includes climate change. Everybody has always designed these systems looking in the rear view mirror that made sense grid. Managers identified the worst case scenario from the past and planned for that but climate change is delivering whether that hasn't been experienced before the number of weather disasters with losses over a billion dollars is increasing according to the federal government and the group climate central says that since two thousand there's a sixty seven percent increase in major power outages from weather and climate related events. Each region has its own vulnerabilities. Take the pacific northwest. And it's massive hydropower dams for example. Not only do we need to be worried about the cold weather events like he signed texas and the the hot weather events like in california ben kiala is at the northwest power and conservation council. They recently changed their planning models to look ahead and better prepare for how climate change alters win water flows through the dams. He says warming temperatures make it likely that mountain snow pack will melt earlier in the year. And you have a lot more water running into those reservoirs in the winter when it used to be more of a spring phenomenon and it might be that by summer. You're pretty much. All the snow. Pack melted everything off. And you don't have that much precipitation and you just have way less energy in the summer grid. Experts generally agree. The country needs to build more transmission lines to get electricity from where it's produced to where it's needed. That would make it possible to add more cleaner. Sources of power like wind turbine solar projects in batteries to store energy. Larry gas diker heads wires. A trade group advocating for more high voltage transmission lines. He points out that president biden set a goal of net zero carbon emissions from the power sector by twenty thirty five. That may sound like a long time from now but in the world of building transmission It's really not that far off when you think you need a good ten here. Lead time in order to get there and gas tiger says all that new transmission infrastructure big towers. Thick lines comes with a steep price tag. Our study said up to ninety billion dollars of investment by twenty thirty maybe as much as six hundred billion an investment by two thousand fifty gas tiger suspects the texas blackout. While encouraged policymakers to move on this issue. Soon as expensive as this sounds the texas experience shows. There's also a cost of not preparing the grid for more extreme weather in dollars and lives jeffrey. Npr

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Unemployment Claims Fell Sharply Last Week

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | Last week

Unemployment Claims Fell Sharply Last Week

"Meanwhile, Ohio is still trying to tackle unemployment fraud, the Department of Job and Family Services flagging another 29,000 initial unemployment claims for potential fraud. It came after 101,000 people filed first time claims that's a significant increase over the nearly 48,000 from just the week prior. I'm Alison Wiant. In white Americans ever pay their debt to black Americans. I'm Whitney down and I'm

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'A Death Sentence': US Prisons and COVID-19

All Things Considered

06:35 min | Last week

'A Death Sentence': US Prisons and COVID-19

"People are some of the most vulnerable took over 19 since March, researchers say more than 1600. People in jails and prisons have died of the disease, and tens of thousands have been infected. Some states have started to vaccinate people behind bars while others have not. And we're gonna look now at how this is playing out in three states. Alison Cherry is with Colorado Public radio and she joins us from Denver. Conrad Wilson is with Oregon Public Broadcasting, and he's in Portland. Joining us from Boston is dead Backer with W. B. You are good to have all three of you here. Hi. Hi. Hello, Dev. I want to start with you. In Massachusetts. Your state included prisoners in the first phase of its covert 19 vaccine plan. What was the rationale for that? Well, we know that the virus transmits quickly in correctional settings in the risk of contracting the virus and dying from it are much higher inside prisons and jails compared with outside. So in deciding to vaccinate prisoners. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, a Republican, said that correctional settings are no different from other congregate living situation, such as shelters and group homes where people are living in Copan close quarters and the virus can easily spread. So here's what he said last month when he explained why prisoners were included in the first phase. Our facilities are congregated facilities and we need to make sure that the people who work there and the people who live there because of the possibility of outbreak that that should be a place. We focus early in this exercise. The governor says it's strong public health policy because it's not just vaccinating prisoners. Workers are getting the vaccine to any pointed out. There are lawyers to go in and out of prisons in jail's medical workers, visitors those who provide programming, so the states thinking is that offering vaccines and correctional settings will help prevent the spread in the community. And so far, how is the vaccine rollout going in jails and prisons in Massachusetts officials say it's going smoothly, but it appears that a lot of people are not taking it. Court documents in particular shows that about a third of prisoners in more than half of prison workers have not received the vaccine. Now. That number does not include workers who may have been vaccinated elsewhere. So some correctional facilities are holding vaccine education sessions to encourage people to get the shop. Okay, let's turn now to Oregon More than 40 prison inmates have died after testing positive for covert 19 in that state. So Conrad give us a sense of what's happening with vaccines there now. Almost 7000 inmates have been vaccinated. That's more than half of the state's prison population. Many of those inmates have received their second dose, prison officials say, but vaccinating this many inmates this soon wasn't something Oregon health officials were willing to do on their own. Took litigation from a group of inmates on din order from a federal judge here in Portland. Basically, the inmates argued Oregon's vaccination plan didn't treat them like others living in nursing homes and other congregate care facilities where the vaccine has been administered. Your state representative General Bynum. She's a Democrat and chairs the Oregon House Judiciary Committee. I didn't understand how our adults in custody, we're any different from any other group in a congregant care setting. And I certainly don't believe that a prison sentence is a death sentence. The judge's ruling at the beginning of this month force the state to offer inmates vaccines immediately, So that's why about half of all prison inmates have been vaccinated. Let me jump in here. This is Alison and Denver Advocates here wish that that would have happened in Colorado that court ruling con artist is talking about in Oregon. Is something lawyers here have been trying to use as a tool to get inmates vaccines, and I know there's been a back and forth over this in Colorado. Alison tell us more about what's been happening there. Yeah. Democratic Governor Jared Pulis hasn't prioritized inmates at all. And initially he did in one of the early plans, but then Was called out for that by some prominent conservatives, You know, people saying, Do you want the murderer to get the vaccine before your next door neighbor and he was apparently sensitive to that, and so he removed prisoners from the lists and put them in just the regular population. So in other words, he's making no distinction that these people are in a group setting a 70 year old prisoner would be prioritized. A 70 year old non prisoner and so on. So the majority of prisoners are not being prioritized. I will note that prison staff has been prioritized in those vaccines are being administered now. So tell us more about the pressure that Colorado's governor has been under Well. He's gotten a lot of pushback for his decision to not prioritize inmates for vaccine for getting a vaccine, and he's also been sued. He has thought that lawsuit successfully so far. Rebecca Wallace is an A C l U lawyer, she says. Public health officials have been universal in saying that people in groups heading should be prioritized for a vaccine and governor pull. It has actually not only ignored that guidance but rejected that guidance from his own Colorado Department of Public Health on by think it really stand out because he's such a data driven individual in his other decisions. I'm curious. Early in the pandemic, there was pressure to release inmates to create social distance inside facilities that were often crowded. Have vaccination efforts change those conversations in the states that you're all in? Well in Massachusetts. Despite the early vaccination of prisoners, there has been little movement to release people. The fight over that continues mostly through litigation. There are pending lawsuits, but with so many prisoners getting vaccinated now, it does weaken the argument for big releases. Yeah, and in Colorado. Interestingly, the state's prison population has gone down by a few 1000 people since the start of the pandemic, But state officials attribute that almost 100% to the fact that there were no no criminal jury trials last year at all in 2020, so there's this massive backlog in the States Criminal justice system. So you've brought us three very different stories about policies around vaccinating, incarcerated people in three states that are very different across the country. How does this fit in with what we are seeing across the US nationally, Conrad Well, every state is really dealing with this a little bit differently. And, you know, really, This is another symptom showing a lack of a national strategy. Despite the risks, it's another way of, you know, also showing how inmates are marginalized by society. And this isn't just about those who are incarcerated. In a recent report by the nonpartisan Prison Policy Initiative, researchers found that there were more new cases and counties that have large incarcerated populations.

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Republicans support changing Georgia constitution amid Fulton County DA's criminal probe into Trump efforts

The Daily Beans

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Republicans support changing Georgia constitution amid Fulton County DA's criminal probe into Trump efforts

"We know the fulton. County district attorney fanny willis is investigating donald trump and lindsey graham for alleged election interference based on calls they made to the secretary of state brad ravensburger and already republicans are seeking to muck up the works georgia state. Republicans introduced a resolution. Thursday that seeks to change the georgia state constitution to mandate the use of a statewide grand jury in prosecutions involving crimes. The move would force prosecutors to draw more grand jurors from predominantly republican rural areas of the state. Let me translate that for you. Republicans don't want black people on the grand jury. That sounds about white. That sounds about white. Alison thank you. You're welcome that they don't want any they don't they. Just want fewer black people in the grand jury that would ultimately decide whether to bring charges against the former guy as we are. Now calling anthony michael crease. A law professor at georgia state specializing in con- lock constitutional on civil rights says quote. This is an attack on black political power if folks engaged and election misconduct and fulton county. Then they should face jurors who looked like members of the community in fulton county subject to the discretion of the decisions by elected officials empowered by fulton voters fulton county. The largest county in georgia's got a population of just over a million people and it also has the largest number of black residents approximately four hundred and forty thousand which accounts for forty three point. Six percent of the county's total population by contrast georgia as a whole has a black population of thirty two point. Six percent quite a difference. But there's some good news here. According to crease. This measure is unlikely to secure the supermajority requirement for state constitutional amendments and would still require voter ratification and even if it garnered the requisite number of votes in the general assembly. There's no way the voters are going to vote for this absolutely not. Twenty-five georgia senate republicans cosponsored the proposal for the amendment georgia's fifty six member. Senate currently has a republican majority of thirty four to twenty two amending. The state's constitution would require a two thirds vote of the senate which would necessitate the vote of at least four. Democrats before heading for ratification from voters. But that doesn't make this effort any less racist. No it's unlikely but super racist

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Stars’ Thursday game vs. Lightning postponed due to severe weather, ongoing power outages in Dallas

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Stars’ Thursday game vs. Lightning postponed due to severe weather, ongoing power outages in Dallas

"Another hockey game. Good morning from our Mercedes Benz of playing a sports extensive land. They were supposed to play Nashville Monday at the American Airlines Center when that game was suddenly postponed about an hour before they were scheduled to start In Tuesday's game against the Predators also postpone because of the severe weather in North Texas and the ongoing power outages, and now we find out tonight's game against the Tampa Bay Lightning that's been postponed. People are asking who's responsible on the call that ultimately play or not play a game with stars the NHL the city of Dallas, somebody else that asked National Hockey League said they are responsible for postponing games. The decision comes after close consultation with clubs affected and local authorities. Alison Tampa Bay are as of right now scheduled to play Saturday at the American Airlines Center. Mavericks were going

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Washington DC leaders want to know when razor fence around Capitol will come down

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Washington DC leaders want to know when razor fence around Capitol will come down

"People aren't happy with the fencing setup around the us capitol grounds following last month's deadly violence dc congressional delegate eleanor. Holmes norton is introduced the no fencing at the united states capitol complex act that comes as a temporary razor top fence around the grounds and capitol hill. Police recommend a permanent fence. Go up but holmes norton says offense would transform our democracy from one that is accessible to one that is exclusive and fearful of its citizens. Some residents abandoned together in a group called. Don't fence the capital founder. Alison cunningham doesn't affect the character here. But it's your country and the character of our capital and what message that sends around the world brunell capital. Police say the fans hasta stays. They investigate security failures that led up to the january sixth riot

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Acceptance: Is It The Path To Less Suffering by Allison Carmen

Optimal Living Daily

04:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Acceptance: Is It The Path To Less Suffering by Allison Carmen

"Acceptance is it the path to less offering by alison carman of alison. Carmen dot com. The other night my friend and i went to see a show is very crowded in the theater so when the show was over it took a long time to exit. My friends started to get very tight about people not walking more quickly and was really bothered for my part. I really didn't think much of it. We were talking about the show as we were shuffling out and accepted the slow pace as part of what happens when you go to the theater part of my mind detached and looked at the situation. I found it so interesting that we were both having the exact same outer experience but such a different inner experience. My friend just wanted to leave the theater and in her mind it was wrong. How slowly everyone was walking but his thought created impatience and frustration on her part. I'm no buddhist monk. But i did the situation and enjoyed my time talking as we inched out the door when i got home a little harsh about my friend as i repeated the story to my husband but as i was repeating the story i was reminded of how i had been in a cab going to the show that nights and there was traffic. I got upset that there was traffic. And that i'd be late for the show recalling. This my laughed a little. There was no difference between me and my friend why we were both resisting. The moment. it doesn't matter if one person stinking the line should be moving quicker and another. There should not be traffic on park avenue at this time of day. These are just are stories of how life should be stories that make a stress and miserable and even if my friend and i are right about these situations does it matter what should be is not what is happening in the moment and because we are trapped in how things should be we are not free so what is the key to internal freedom and joy in a word it is acceptance often when i speak to clients about the idea of acceptance. Their knee jerk reaction. No matter what their problem is. Why would i accept. This is not right. Or i am not going to just give up and accept these circumstances but believing that. Something's right or that you have to give up is not what acceptance is for me. The acceptance is seeing things as they are in the moment in simply accepting. This is the experience you are having. The struggle of is happening should not be happening or this is unacceptable ends when we accept things as they are. Sometimes there's nothing to do about a situation as when we were leaving a crowded theatre or when we are in traffic the minute you accept the thing that's driving you nuts. You stop struggling with it and you stop feeling pain. There's nothing to do but relax in the present with the experience is what life has to offer other times except in subsea find peace and less suffering even as he remained open to changing your circumstances in the future acceptance does not change your passion or need for change allows you to show up in the moment with piece about what is an strengthened focused to make things different nowadays. Will my kids don't clean their rooms it rains. I don't have an umbrella or declined. Forgets are meeting. I try to smile and say. I did not expect this but i accept this. Maybe everything is okay. I take a big breath in men. Smile still tell my children at clean their room. They get home. I buy a five dollar umbrella that will break in a week and try to figure out an effective way to remind my clients of our meetings. I do all of those things at the same time. I am accepting the moment for what it is. This is a true path for less suffering and more ease in everyday life. Take a moment and think about a few aspects of your life that you are not accepting how would it feel to not struggle with it anymore. Can you accept a circumstance in relax into the moment came. Accept your situation is still try to improve your circumstances in the future. Try the mantra. I did not expect this. But i accept this. Maybe everything is okay and then see what shows up in your life.

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A Book for Beginning Flower Gardeners With Allison and Sean Mcmanus of Spoken Garden

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

03:48 min | 3 weeks ago

A Book for Beginning Flower Gardeners With Allison and Sean Mcmanus of Spoken Garden

"The recently invited sean. Alison to come on. Today is that they have a brand new book coming out called growing plants and flowers. And it's a perfect topic for a perfect time. I don't even think you could have predicted why it was so perfect. When you first told me you were working on this book but with covid. It's so perfectly timed. So why don't you give us a snapshot a little snapshot about the book. And then we'll we'll talk about all the things we love which is growing flowers. All those new gardeners out there especially from and our our book is called the first time gardener growing plants and flowers all know how you need to plant intended outdoor areas using eco friendly methods. I love it. It's just a catchy for his roles off you're right. I didn't mention the first part of the title is the first time gardener. And that's sort of been your audience all along through your your youtube channel and your podcast right. We definitely want to help beginning gardeners but we feel like the book can also benefit a wider audience. Well oh totally learn. Well i i think so too. And we'll we'll share a couple you know. Interior spreads for people to see on the On the show notes for today's episode. But i was looking at it too and thinking what you've you have. It is updated information even for people who think they know how to garden because maybe they have been. But you're integrating a lot of sustainable practices. I noticed in in also like a dish. Additional information pollinators. Maybe people who've garden for a long time just haven't gotten caught up on those those practices. Yeah that's true. Our book is such a range of topics really. You know. it's it's very broad view of a lot of different guarding practices. An older view of someone coming into gardening wanting to know more but not really understanding really how plants grow what they need to grow have had a handle them what to do. What impacts on the environment surrounding them. And how that impacts them versus how the impact themselves and the environment again an all hourly it. It's an interesting thing. A lot of people don't understand that as were soil moisture. and he. it's it's just it's amazing to think about things so he tried to come from broadview green all those things together to explain to a new guard. Yeah i just at the table of contents here. It's just kind of a natural progression of how you would get started and work your way through you know. I'm sure that people just want to get started and plant right away. But you're slowing slowing down a little bit and saying let's talk about the basics. I that is so true. I get a lot of questions on youtube and they're just want instant gratification. Instant answers and they're they're great questions. It's helpful to understand more of that broader scope of that foundation. Really just jump in. Let's do it's like well you're going to get more out of it if you understand that a little bit more i. Yeah it's interesting. I mean. I think people do maybe cheat a little bit and just go by that flat of primrose at home depot. Which is what we're seeing right now and you can do that. But that's a little bit different than committing to a garden or yeah so it's interesting. You really zeroed in on ornamental gardening. And there's no vegetable to be seen in this book right. We don't really speak to. I mean we love growing vegetables and then it's not what we teach

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A New Study Says Money Really Can Buy Happiness? Not Exactly, Says the Author

Motley Fool Answers

03:16 min | Last month

A New Study Says Money Really Can Buy Happiness? Not Exactly, Says the Author

"So alison what's up. Well bro as the old adage goes. Money can't buy happiness. I mean just look. At the twenty. Ten princeton study by economist angus deaton and psychologist daniel. Carlson they found that happiness goes up. The more you make put it plateaus once you get to about seventy five thousand in income doesn't matter how much you're gonna make after that. Your happiness just really doesn't improve that much the red pepper takeaways from this. Dare i say landmark. Study one being that once you have the basic necessities in life more doesn't make you much happier and the other takeaway being that the wealthier you are the more you compare yourself to the joneses and are ultimately left jealous and wanting to keep up. I mean look at richard corey. He owned one half of this whole town but was he happy. No now don't you feel better. So enjoy working in his factory but then warns matthew killingsworth had to come along with his study justice last month and restore that feeling of glueck schmierer's the germans have a word for feeling bad about the good fortune of others. Killingsworth collected one point seven million data points from more than thirty three thousand participants who provided in the moment snapshots of their feelings during daily life. So essentially it was an app it would ping them throughout the day and ask them. How are you feeling right now. And this measured what's called experienced wellness. He also asked people generally how happy they thought they were their overall happiness and apparently that's called evaluative being anyway. So what did he find. Did he confirm that. Once you look at people with income over seventy five thousand dollars happiness plateaus and you just don't get that same happy bang for your buck. No matter how much money you make well as it turns out you continue to get happier as your income rises and the study didn't find any sort of plateau and happiness after a certain level of income neither in evaluated or experienced wellbeing. Why is this well. The researcher believes that higher earners are happier in part because of an increased sense of control over their life to quote him. He says when you have more money you have more choices about how to live your life. You can likely see this. In the pandemic people living paycheck to paycheck who lose their job. Might need to take the first available job to stay afloat. Even if it's one they dislike able with a financial cushion can wait for one. That's a better fit across decisions. Big and small having more money gives a person more choices and a greater sense of autonomy and quote. So what's the lesson. go out there and make as much money as you can. Because your happiness will just keep skyrocketing actually no because the study also found that people who equate having money to success are actually kinda miserable. They often work long hours and are stressed out about their time. Whoops there goes your sense of autonomy ultimately the takeaway from the study is that money is just one factor happiness and while having money certainly beats not having money. It's ultimately about the sense of control power and autonomy that money affords you and a bunch of other factors too. I mean i'll bet. Richard cory didn't get a lot of hugs growing up so bro. Go hug

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Vaccinating Houston's most vulnerable residents

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

01:12 min | Last month

Vaccinating Houston's most vulnerable residents

"Continued continued to to pop pop up up as as texas texas public. public. Health Health officials officials worked worked to to distribute distribute the the covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine to to their their most most vulnerable vulnerable residents residents are are own elizabeth trove. All has more on some lapses and tracking vaccine data problems with multiple vaccine. Data sets may make it harder to target vulnerable communities as doses become more readily available the state of texas health departments data show about a third of the people who've been vaccinated in harris county have unknown racial and ethnic data alison. Winneke is president of texas nonprofit the immunization partnership and says that information is critical to ensuring fair access to the vaccine but it's more of a demographic data that can really help us as we continue in the months and months ahead to sure that we are not losing or forgetting any communities and leaving anyone behind when he says especially at mass nations sites workers may not be collecting detailed demographic data the state has also published incomplete or delayed data about vaccine distribution large discrepancies the number of vaccines allocated and how many have been administered.

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US coronavirus death toll reaches nearly 400,000

Morning Edition

01:31 min | Last month

US coronavirus death toll reaches nearly 400,000

"Hopkins coronavirus Tally finds the United States just below 400,000 deaths as of this morning 400,000 debt that's like eliminating the entire population of New Orleans. The whole population of Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is roughly equivalent to every single person in Arlington, Texas, and close to every person in Minneapolis. We reached that number of 400,000 almost exactly one year after the first case of coronavirus. Was identified in the United States. NPR's Allison Aubrey has joined us live every Monday throughout the pandemic to talk things through Alison. Good morning. Once again. Good morning, Steve. I got to tell you is pretty hard when the numbers were a lot lower to imagine we would ever be at this point. You know, that's right. We went from the confirmation of the first case almost a year ago to the virus quickly spiraling out of control. Steve, You might remember this. I'm gonna play some archival tape from one of our segments early on. Something just happened to the document on the computer screen in front of me. Just a moment ago, it said There were 31,000 coronavirus cases confirmed in the United States and then in instant the number changed is our editor made it 35,000 coronavirus cases. And here we are a year later with about 24 million documenting it cases in the US around the globe 95 million cases and over two million people dead from the virus. Yeah, We looked forward to far lower numbers than we're at now and found them horrifying.

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Chicago Expands Vaccination Efforts

John Williams

00:37 sec | Last month

Chicago Expands Vaccination Efforts

"Vaccination side says it prepares to inoculate a wider group of people. Here's Alison our body Chicago public health commissioner When I think about 600,000 people to vaccinate in that next phase Getting 36 30 to 35,000 doses a week isn't going to be enough for us to move ahead quickly. The city is already using some of the locations to inoculate healthcare workers under Phase one, a As for one B, which includes those 65 older in front line, essential workers know did as of yet, when they had ever will start. The Chicago Teachers

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Top 10 Films of 2020

Filmspotting

06:01 min | 2 months ago

Top 10 Films of 2020

"Michael and tasha are gonna come back. We're going to get to. I'm going to call it the consensus between the four of us top two films of the year. Because there's a fair amount of crossover. We didn't maybe all put them in exactly the same slots but it's close enough and we'll also hear the other movies that round out their top five of the year but to get started is a longtime friend of the show formerly of film spotting. Svu with matt singer and critic for buzzfeed alison willmore. This is her choice for the number one film of the year. Hey films leading team. It's alison willmore here from the late almost budding. Svu podcast hoping. I'm slipping voicemail in with enough time under the wire. My favorite movie of the year is buck. Arou- the greatest neo-western anti-colonialist most dangerous game variants. That you'll see this year And also just kind of incredible exhilarating disturbing work that if feel keeps Showing me new things. The more i kind of think on it and revisit it so definitely a feel for twenty twenty For many reasons and one worth checking out if you haven't gotten to it yet it's not right. It's been a tough year guys but hopefully the next one will be better. I mean not so. I don't know about you but i am still wrestling with back row. And i i saw it caught up with it because i had seen so many lists including allison's And it was kind of on my radar all year. Long in one i had to catch up with and sort of squeeze it in here at the end so maybe not entirely fair viewing. I glad i had the experience. I'm just not entirely sure. What sort of experience i had. Which maybe you can. sense from. Allison's voicemail there it's just it's it's wild. It's it's maybe insane. It's i think my first viewing was. I really was intrigued by all of those ideas and genres that were coming you But on a for sitting like they never it. Didn't like really hit me directly in the experience. I almost needed. There are two different groups here. There's this small town of this village really. And then there's this this group of I guess they're americans who come for. We won't give too much. We don't spoil too much but neither of those. I needed more context for both of those sections of the film for registering for me as anything more than like this intellectual experiment. I guess which is kind of how. I did appreciate it. I'm at last. I can say. No i i did as well. I think described it this way for our listeners who support us on patriot and we did some bonus content and i mentioned back arouse being basically battle royale but mixed with the seven samurai and there's probably seven other films you could merge with this movie it does feel truly uniquely its own and that's why it's worth seeing but it's also this weird kind of mashup hybrid of other types of movies. We've seen before. So i am curious to hear what our listeners think about back row came out a long time ago right earlier in the year. Yeah i think so. We just caught up with it. But maybe as it is appearing on more or less like allison's in that number one slot more people are experiencing it and maybe more people can explain to us josh. What we miss definitely worth seeing not gonna make our top ten definitely not gonna come up here in our top five. Why don't you go ahead and get started all right so you heard mentioned there that earlier. My top ten. I had dick johnson dead number six actually right after it. I have another film that deals with dementia. In dick johnson is dead. That is the struggle that Her father kirsten johnson director. Dick johnson is facing and they explore that in a very unique way In that documentary but a very different way than my number five pick explores relic This is a horror film. And in her. Directing debut. Natalie eric james. She basically chooses to confront dementia via metaphorical horror. So the main character is an adult daughter played by emily mortimer who votes her aging mother played by robin navid in rural australia. And this is on a family estate. A family home that's been held for generations and as the movie goes on the walls in this home gradually disintegrate It's a very you know. Obvious symbol for what's happening to her mother But the movie the just the way. The movie handles this. Metaphor is delicate. creepy scary unsettling frightening and it captures all of the emotions that you know you would have in the mundane experience of an ageing parent with dementia it. It makes dementia demonic and liberalizes. That which you know how it can feel. Even if you're not in this sort of heightened scenario and so. I just think that's a strong that such a strong visceral connection to make and natalie erica jeans Just handles it so expertly. Her command of the genre. Here is is astonishing and i think why relic landed on my list and this high is it's ending which i am not going to give away but this is where you know you might be saying especially horror isn't for you. Oh i get it. I get the metaphor. I can imagine what happens. i don't need to see it. You know But this ending manages to involve body horror unconditional love in a way that was completely jarring Of a piece of the horror genre but also incredibly moving and that was kind of like when the movie concluded that way. I was like okay. This is one that's Not only am. I appreciate but probably gonna end up sticking with me to the end of the year

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"alison i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

06:32 min | 2 months ago

"alison i" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"She was younger she continues to blow me away speaking of blown away. Here's the show could be a dream life. Good injury degenerative. You're listening to delight be short. I'm your host justin long sweet to do boo with always christian. My brother co host. Thank long. Chris zachary long. Yeah i wonder if i wonder. If people know the the internet's going to be a flutter without information such a cool name sack it is cool. You know. I always really liked. I was never crazy about my first name because people always Crews shooter jewish. It was always like an annoying like bad joked after respond to crashes. Never crazy about my name but i love my middle name and i've loved my initials sir cool initials this'll sizzle. Yeah this is a real you. Put this on your surreal. It's really cool. It's like saying it's hard to say though. It's like a twigs twigs twigs. I say that or somebody said it's f k. You have to see each letter. I think people who know words colored twigs people who are versed rights Twist to you. Don't think think think we continue to show your id. I know speaking showing their age. Our grandmother has you right. She's been making such great promise that progress She's very promising. When it comes to technology and these brand new things in her world you know. She had just figured out the dvd player. She's still by the way getting net flicks dvd's sent. I didn't know they did that anymore. I didn't either But she is now Making promise with this ipad and speaking of promising women promising relatively young women. Grandma is young compared to one hundred five year old. Yes that's true. And the those the people who are in the guinness book who are like hundred arthur like hundred twenty euro. What is the. I thought it was like in. The hundred teens is the oldest one hundred. Sixteen here's what. I wonder because both of our graham. I don't know if people know this. Both of our grandmothers are one hundred and three Jody's a couple of months older than our grandma lorraine but i wonder what that record is for the oldest living grand mother. Sarah grandma hair women are family. Really hang on the men on the other hand now. Unfortunately for us sure we are technically men technically for now But i i. Sometimes i tell people that my grandmother's one hundred three I of course amazing. They have that reaction well. And then i'd like to say yeah and they've been together actually For over seventy years. I make it sound like they're a couple. Oh you do ever heard you make that. I'll really i've i've done that's funny and disturbing. It's only by the way we should clarify. It's not disturbing the idea of to win. That each being together is in no way disturbing not at all. It's because you know those women so well he yes and you know that There are grandma countries certain known. Okay so But no. They are not separate. They've had husbands who passed away unfortunately dumb but they're still doing one hundred and three craig and people. I mentioned it because people who have heard her on the show and we hope to get back on the show They they they inquire about her. Because i think she's she's awfully lovable. Yeah as as we said in terms of the ipad promising. She's a promising young relative one hundred five years. So are we talking about promising. Young women well. Our guest today is stars in a movie called a promising promising not a promising now promising young woman. It is great and our guest. Today i would say is even greater than the movie itself. Wow our guest is allison brie. Someone i've known of for a long time. I've i've enjoyed her work for many years. But i happen thinking about this such a bad memory but i don't think we'd ever met and as she would have said. I think good to see you again. Yeah or she probably has a better man blended we meet or something. Yeah or maybe not maybe unflattering myself that i should be so memorable but to my knowledge we haven't met and i've been a fan of i for a long time so i i was excited to get to talk to. What have you like doing. Well you know community was something that i really that again here nasa. Now i won't choose on a show. Mikhail called what was about a college. It was about a A two year college. I believe community college and She is. I recently watched that too. Because we had joel on the show and scraped on that show. But i had seen her. A madman. didn't watch a lot of madman. Did you watch some of. I've seen a lot of mad men in my life. Yes and i know. Jon hamm i do. John have john. Ab followed by the way. Shout out very sad news. Speaking of john him. When i think john would you think of i mean. Besides maybe his handsome face. Yeah okay besides certain and it's obstacle truths about him. I think about where. I run into him. Which was great borriello. Bell mapo sad to say that in the past ns lobby bells of our franklin village than it is closing officially. Yeah so shut. There is a kickstarter campaign. I think that francois started. I kicked in some just because scott all the great times we've had their feel like is the least we could do it. We'd see him there a lot and yeah Man that. But anyway. John you think of i think of advertising that world. I never really got into that show. Of course i know. It's incredible algebris. I i saw her in screen for and she played this ferry up to this very key characteristic part and she was great and i've seen her since another thinks she's always different and certainly she's an actress that it's true. She's that's her job. she's good at her job. She's also glow yup glow with your friend. Betty guilty future. Guess the show. So i gilpin yet. Betty i'm sure we'll be on the show She's one of the funniest human beings i've ever met. And i that why. Betty and allison became friends there. Well well now emitting here. Here's this talk. Well why don't we just do it. Why do we slime. I talking. I don't know here is my meeting. Well that makes us on and not very fun. a meeting. my zoom feeding. This is my introduction to someone.

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"alison i" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

06:51 min | 3 months ago

"alison i" Discussed on Good For You

"I agree which is like now. You're i thought the only two was don't do anything new nine feeling. I'm being forced to drag and i don't want to know i agree. I had a moment to of being like a of having a weird identity moment. Where like my character. On glow is like Supposed to not be a very good actress. And then it's like she's excelling in directing and then. I was going to direct episode and then i had a moment of being like is it because the universe is telling me that i should have a good actress but like actually my passion is still more in acting than directing. But i liked directing like. I'm not yet at the point. Where like i would take directing job over a cool job. Whereas dave might be hovering on that point like he excelled so much directing. And i like. I like that. Better i actually. You are used to be very like. It's not the director the dp like once i like. It's once i directed a movie. I was like oh. This is all the dp and all budget. And then when i watched the rental. I was like holy shit. I mean like he's a good tease. Like on some new shit if you think i'm type a. And a hard worker like yeah makes me look just like a chill stone wife. He likes some choices. That were just. I and i know that. It's like hard articulate. Why a movie is good. But to watch a movie with a bunch of people that i know and i know the director and it's like i not well but like i. It was the choices there. Is this one scene. Yeah spoiler came out in june. Some where dad guy on the side of fucking cliff and they can't get him down rocking and hits his head and just like like who like one so funny but it's like such a dark moment the funniest darden like i literally was like this mother fucker like it was so surprising in so like ballsy and it was cool at Shocking it was cool. Dave was so specific as a director. Like crazy it you know it was a little there. I don't exaggerate. I really hate exaggerating. And i i wanted to like there. Were some neil abuse vibes. Yeah who was easily like my favorite playwright amazing and there were kai. I've even wrote step down and there were some carnal knowledge vibes in there. Oh okay major way okay. We're just gonna watch this really seemingly mundane thing happen with a tremendous amount of tension almost like the gas bar. No i like irreversible. They're only never forget when. I watched that movie and then it was. It was so long ago and my boyfriend at the time like we went back to his apartment. I was like we cannot have sex tonight or for a walk and he was like for. We're gonna take one of the circle back. He was like are you okay. I was like no change the way that i saw. I mean he changed my relationship to like time and space as traumatic as it is to watch but yeah. I was unbelievably impressive. I don't like scary movies. They i don't and i don't like scary movie. I don't understand why like magic. It annoys me that i don't know how it's happening. It just frustrates me after p now okay i knew it. I heard that you don't want children. I knew we were gonna talk. We're not so glad we don't have to know you know what it's it's i do. Wanna talk about it. Because it's something that normally i'm annoyed to like. I have a journey. The word i have like such complicated feelings just about even the idea of talking about this but not complicated feelings about not having children does that make sense. Yes so on the one hand like there's nothing i'm asking you. What a dick going to say. There's the classic. Like you know. David i or doing press to get like for the rental and we're doing the same interviews with the same people like him half an hour before the not him. You know there's that classic thing will reemerge together like the same thing. I don't know i guess it'd be weird thing to ask a guy but it's like asking a married couple. Oh you guys are married. Why wouldn't you guy. Are you guys going to have to me. i think. I don't think they were gr like i know. They know people are interested. They know that's what's okay. Here's the real mixed thing. Is that part of me. Is like it shouldn't be a big deal. I don't want them. So why is gonna ask about so much and on the other hand. I'm like well i guess there have been some women who have like it that i like in person have been like. Oh i think it's great you don't wanna have kids like to me. It's been such a stigma and it's really refreshing to hear you talk about it And then i go like oh good i should talk about it but then there's also been i think in my journey of you hollandi anything no totally in my journey of talking about it. There's also been those funny things. Where like for example. The first time i talked about it it was one of those classic things. Where i it's not like i was planning on. I mean i've never wanted kids but it was not one of those things where i was like. I'm gonna drop. it's now i'm coming clean about like not wanting kids so offhandedly in an interview i had been so Do you ever do interviews. Where you you know. They're going to ask about something dicey so you're like Get asked to do the stuff. You've got us federal with me while i was doing some interviews and it was just a time where there was there. Were things going on there like things. I definitely didn't want to talk about so my guard was up for those things out the whole interview and then at the ver- so i think the even she could tell because she kept trying to like corner me and i was just kind of skirting it and then offhandedly at the very end the interview. She was like well. Like what's up with you. Dave like do you want. Do you think you guys are gonna have kids. And i was like no seems like a lot of work like as a joke. We can we tell you something really quick the fact that you're doing you don't we don't paid for by the way rate the fact that you are going into an interview with someone who's trying to get cha i mean we're not getting like all those annoying fucking interviews on access. We don't get paid to do press. Yes so str-. It costs us money to do press because you have to for the of the makeup bar. This is the shit that i've i don't understand why people are talking about this shit. Well what bothers me is. When for the last thirty seconds of an interview i go like not really seems like a lot of work and we laugh and i leave and then the headline is like allison. Brie opens up about not wanting to have kids slams. Kim and i'm getting texts from my mom..

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"alison i" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

07:03 min | 3 months ago

"alison i" Discussed on Good For You

"You are a biz. Nass woman you think like charlie and and here's the thing i'm fascinated by when a woman wants things in wants to get that money and succeed. They're called ambitious. Sure and then people go she's gonna bishops and then it's like a nasty word relieved people really see a love you. I love you the shame. No shame you don't carry the ancestoral. Shame i that. I carry like everyone's a winner so embiid that a lot uh-huh and i always thought about you. I'm like she's so him vicious and fucking get it bitch. Like i was like routing like i don't know why but you're one of the few people that when you get it i would be instead of being jealous. I know glad okay. But what did you apologize for like. I wouldn't get jealous of you. Work your whitney. What what did you apologize. ma'am We were at a party alessi's and you were going to another party. Oh yeah of produces the same party where you asked if i got a nose job so part of the same conversation. At night i was happy to talk about. And i i was. You really go into a party for like a producer had mike. Yeah and i. I see you as regretted it. I know i'm gonna left that all. You do something codependent. And it triggered me. It wasn't codependent. I saw you doing something out of obligation. Yes and is that. Is that codependent. Because it was out of obligation that. I feel like i should do that. You can't but if it's a business move it was less business move and more of a like i feel like this person has shown generosity to me and i should like pay it back by going to this nardi. It's not generosity by. Oh you later. I know what if i'm saying i don't know that she feels like there's a scorecard but i feel like maybe there isn't. It's the polite thing to do. Total which is just and then afterwards. I was like i shouldn't have done it. Yeah no i saw it. And i got and i got you were like why are you going to the starting out with you and i wish i had stayed and so you're like i'm going to go to this party and i'm gonna come back and i was like. Oh my god. That's so something i would do that. So some shit. I would do well. Here's the other thing i had. Rsvp to that party. Before i knew about lindsay's party. I have a feeling if i had known. If i'd been invited invited i i just wouldn't have gone to that other off. Just do whatever the fuck you. What are you wanna do out of breed if you've rsvp to something. Shouldn't you know why not. I mean. I mean my grandmother who are taught me etiquette would be shocked down. You changed your mind. I'm like radically into do whatever the fuck you want to cause can i. Yeah are you here out of obligation. No i don't trust you know. I mean i don't know that's my nightmare that someone would come to something because they feel like they have because they are vp. And they'd rather be somewhere else. I know but it's like imagine that if you and i hit exchanged you're you don't wanna be here. Oh no no. Oh my god no. She's a great now. You see anything. i say. Bought box recorder actress. I definitely want to be here new hypothetical scenario about that party. Imagine if you and. I had exchanged three excited Emails about me coming to your holiday party. And then i got an invite to like a better party and was like never mind. I'm not gonna come. I'd rather go to lizzy caplan party. That's so rude. You don't have to say that you can just say hey have to are crying kidding. I'm kidding i would never say for sharing. No actually you. Don't anyone anything. Whitney let me. Just tell you first of all firstly need to know that i. Our friendship is not happening. Because you go to parties. You don't wanna go to whitney. I want you to know. Firstly that i am in the part of my life where and i find it very freeing where i agree that i do feel like. I don't have to give people reasons why i don't do stuff and that i do find freeing. I always tried to give that advice to younger people. Where like you know. When i was younger i'd be like get invited something. And then you'd be like even like a friend and you'd be like i'm so sorry i can't come to your thing because i have my aunt's party as if as if they're going to cancel it if you or. Is there going to be like so like it was all hinging on senate university exactly. It's way worse than just being like. I can't make it love. You have a great night. I was looking at night. And i was just like this bitch has gone. I did not want to go to that thing. She's done it she fucking. She's writing movies. She's making movies. She books on jobs. Like shh like this is it. This is your time to do what you don't have kids like. This is time to be radically selfish. I know this and i usually implemented and that night. I didn't and i did regret it triggered me. I'm sorry to apologize. I apologize but but because here's what i was doing. I was roasting compliments. Which is what i do. I feel like you're doing it to me. It's correct but why did you text me to apologize. Because you're giving me a hard time like what are you doing. You don't go to the fucking party. Like i was like i wanted you. My one of my biggest like third rails is when someone doesn't see themselves away. I see them shirt or they don't see themselves the way everyone else sees them. Why do you feel like you have to take that on. Oh well i trust me. We all know we all know why that that. I don't wanna be broken broken record Bad childhood but i felt i laugh. I felt like along the south and i felt like shame afterwards. 'cause i i felt guilty because i felt like it was shaming you. Oh no when i was. I was like not raw. I was bullying you to stay and your friend. julie juliana juliana with. You wasn't with me yet. I brought her when i catch. And then you were like my friend wants to go. And i was like well bringing up so much from. That's different that's like a close friend and if she's having a thing then i wanna go. That's different that i think is being a good friend. No i got a like not leave a party if like my best friend both riding or both issue. We're both right okay. We're both right and yet only one of us is raising our voices..

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"alison i" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"alison i" Discussed on Good For You

"Perfectionist. And the holidays trigger me so intensely that if i see a price tag on a driftwood elk antler drift when l. Can't like a journeyman adrift food elk. That state goes by the fighter planes. The christmas elk in there's three different sizes and it's the fa- family of elks. Yes set costs six and during christmas. Yeah and there's a price tag on the huff. Like i'll get up from the table and everyone. It's a price tag on an ornament. Why did they put price tags on. The string of the fucking ornament. I dunno nothing. Stick a sticker price tag on something and you peel it off. And it leaves that residue and your bruins ruined handle holder when they run on books when you buy a book. There's a sticker on it. That's just like thirty percent of shah. Just put a sign on cia. Surprise me at the register bruins last saying today because of you i won't even by thirty percent offing myself so you're not into holidays stickers and tags i ruined your festivities. The holidays are so complicated for everyone. We talked about this last year. This is like year anna. They are wild. Sorry anniversary hot is triggering a little bit for some people. That's true well. It depends on you know that we're working not exaggerating. Wouldn't that underexaggerating. My that my new year's what if i go the opposite way. No one is don't exaggerate. Because then i can't trust you and i can't give any more to people because everyone else exaggerates. So can we stop saying. You're so amazing. You're the best Cook i've ever is the best chicken i've ever eaten. No it's probably an aunt. Yeah this is normal and your okay. I just how we're gonna call me. Because i when someone gives me a compliment like you said that to everyone and i'm trying to give you a compliment and my high school english teacher. Dr who i hated at the time love now she would go through my papers and cut out varies literally and said you never need to use vary in. You never need us literally. Which is still use. When i wrote my book. The note from the publisher was you have seventy eight literally every chapter and we my favorite work. I hate you couple episodes coming up. Y'all i am sorry. I shape shifts to mir my guests. It's an old habit. And i'm on antibiotics and steroids and dayquil like so many things room is is a factor and i will We had a very youngest on. Because i'm young. And she was saying like last night was saying like i was like you know she was like it was like an ocd festival that no one bought tickets for more. I like that. You're gonna say like less on your stop using varies sabbath. Erupting win when do you think that's gonna kick in. I only interrupt went twenty four seven. I'm trying to hell howard. Stern was the hurry clear in an interview when he said i interrupt people when i think the audience is getting bored. His when i'm bored. They're about to get bored. So i interrupt. If i'm bored and at throws them off a lot of boring people coming up in here right. That interviewer no. I don't think so fast brain lock. Say but it's not very fast 'cause very fast. I super fat. you never need. I'm conscious of going to use the word. Super vary extremely. There's no the why do they exist the today you said. Can i be very honest candidate. Kenny more than overly honest hottest. Or you're not it's black and white words we are defiling words so win can use very now you have to tell me it is the word it does exist very good. It's great very great and a win. Can i use very berry. Greatest awesome very. Awesome is spectacular. Very spectacular is stupendous burs Word wing can. I use very because it is a word in the dictionary very good. It's great i will try. I twenty twenty. I'm going to try not to use very trying. Not you sorry always unless i did. Something wrong I use it in a sarcastic tone saying like very honored. You're here Like i do little low draft. Do your little thing. It's like when you say oh girl oh girl i this is how we talk in the south was we all girl. Generalizing gotta go. Didn't that pay for this house. That at first. I first lining last special. Everyone all everyone hates may. Yeah names drag on. I need data benton. I got a huge fight last night. I need data last night. This is that all we're doing is fighting. I'm data we end every night with a good night fight. We we have a night down to go to sleep. Wake up angry to download we download. And i give me feedback. Give me a downer. Is like the only person i trust them like. Tell me what. I'm doing right and wrong. Am i going crazy and my ellen launching investigations in what. I need to go back because we skipped over. Christmas and i was really excited. Tangents what what else do you not like about christmas. 'cause i know personally i have some christmas. Pet peeves stu i not. I enjoy christmas. I'm holly jolly person on the year. And i'm sorry this comes off me and you know i am a sweet boy. Do to say.

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"alison i" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:55 min | 4 months ago

"alison i" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"I'm enjoying my you know my my two pieces of Dave's toast a week. I look forward to them the seeds at a nice texture. Again. I Want Their Cartoon Rock and Roll Dad Mascot to hug me and my head and tell me everything's GonNa be fine. I like Dave's I stand Dave's and I'm sorry that I was dishonest about it for the purposes of comedy who boy that feels good weight's been lifted. Tony do it now did? Oh. The. Warranted it was that was that story warranted that sound of? Jordan yes. Do you feel better? I two. Years. Later. Now. That you've. Put this on US right. Do you. What do you hope you feel matter I've. You. Somehow what what's happening I don't WANNA be. Okay I was just kidding. Feels Guide, and now I can be kind of honest about. Dave's moving forward. Not to get all Meta about this, but I actually know as someone who was on the Adam Corolla show for many years. I know the specific predicament you mean where you're like I'm going along with this for comedy but deep down I don't enjoy Yes yes. You just you just said, why do all women enjoy pimple popping? And you just said Alison I know you specifically love them right and I went yeah and no I don't I think they're gross. I had go along with it so I know what you're talking about you. Know maybe it's an Improv class like say, yes, and I think it is and. Taking an Improv class we've had that drilled into. US. I don't know. I think what I remember from Dave's killer bread conversation was the discussion of what he looks like and you referred to him as Zadie and I didn't know what was. I don't remember US piling on the bread that much. I think your memories probably accurate. Yeah. Maybe we need to go back to the tapes. Could. Just be that I. felt it so hard that I was being dishonest in that moment. It was more pronounced to me but. But, yeah, there it is. Would you describe it as a builth? Oh. O.? A. Bread that type. Let's see how much logger quarantine gun. Talk to me in two months. What Bill from the loaf. Specific a variety of Dave's bread that you. Stand I. Liked I like to try I've tried a lot of their different varietals I like them all..

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"alison i" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"alison i" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"I love it Allison. Can you share some contact information with us? That way if anybody wants to get in touch? They can absolutely btp have been their photography home by Allison Allison has one L. It's Allison not ollison. So BCP by Alison.com and I'm on Facebook the same way. You can find me on Facebook Instagram and Linkedin and yeah, that's pretty standard wage. You post pretty regularly regularly to Instagram. You marketing Guru would tell me know but I do my best. Well, you know can't be a free places. I want sometimes radio off. Well, thank you so much for taking some time to have your business featured and just being here. We appreciate it. Thank you. This is a blast. Yeah, I'm really glad we got to do it. I was really excited to talk because we had never had a photographer on so you were the first so I'm I'm excited. I was looking for people with like a unique business and photography was on my list and I'm really glad we got the I'm glad I could check that box for you. Yeah. Now I need somebody that can do weather like like the weather shots. I'd love to talk them and get some questions and see I'll do an introduction between you and Chris schaberg genius. I have a small obsession with the Weather Channel. I'm watching like Storm Chasers taking pictures and lightning rainbows and double rainbows. And I think that would just be a cool conversation in the house. He is a really interesting guy he does He does similar things that I do as well events and things. The curse cyber is a very very interesting guy when we get our family pictures done in st. Louis next. I did not have them done in st. Louis and Jean he will be the next photographer that does that for me. Yeah, so awesome. Well, I'd love to connect with them. I'd like to like to talk him. I think that'd be kind of cool. Cool interview. Yeah, he's a good he's a horrible day off. Is there anything else you'd like to close with anything you want to inform the audience of or any last-minute comments? Even if I am not the one that takes your pictures get in front of a camera Mom's hand the phone off to Dad Dad dad's when you see your partner, whether it's the other Dad or Mom with your children cheesecake the flattering the unflattering pictures. We have these devices that are hands that take these pictures. It doesn't always have to be with a professional but get in front of a camera captures these memories you will never regret that never. Yeah, you're right. You're right disaster can strike at any time and we're just the time goes by so quick right? Yes. All righty. Well, that's really good advice. You heard her Alison Hillman. Thank you so much for coming on. I do appreciate you. Have a wonderful day. You're more than welcome. Thank you so much. Take care, bye-bye..

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"alison i" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

03:40 min | 6 months ago

"alison i" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"What's your opinion on that often? Should you get a job? Your headshot should look like you. So if you're someone that changes your hairstyle up a lot hair color, maybe you've gone through a lifestyle change or whatever when your headshot doesn't look like you anymore. That's when it's time to change it. Because head shots are used to build trust and when I hire someone no matter and this is the thing. I love it when people say, oh my line of work doesn't need a head shot dead bull crap if I hire someone and I'm hiring especially now as you say in the age of the internet and using the internet to power your business office. Most people are Googling you and they want to see who they saw on the Internet. It's who they want to see when walk in the door when you walk in their home or meet in the park or whatever. It happens to be so that's why head shots fired. Yeah, and I think that's really important. Cuz a lot of employers are now looking at social media for pictures like LinkedIn and Facebook, So if you don't have an up-to-date headshot, then you're probably shooting yourself in the foot as far as I mean, it probably weighs as heavily as a resume does I'm having a headphone even when I do senior sessions for high school kids watch the things that I make sure we do is get a headshot done not just a portrait but in actual headshot for them, so if they decide that college is for them and they're applying and or Scholars because scholarships now are asking for head shots of seniors. Yeah sometimes and so it's really important to me make sure they have that when we finished for the day. Okay, so I have a question for you offer quite a bit of I guess like services like certain photography things you do. Can you elaborate on them for me? Like what like you do head shots child children off weddings High School senior pictures, like what all do you in that? So I have three categories that I say that I do wedding and event branding families and kiddos. So I have a package for moms-to-be. So to speak I call it the prologue that's from belly to birthday cake and everything in between. So whether it's a you want to do a gender of pictures at your gender reveal or would you want to do that more maternity Boudoir? We do it weddings and events is pretty self-explanatory. I am a partner of Explorer Saint Louis. So I specialize in a very corporate e Epi D events as well. But also the laid-back parties where you're wanting to capture the memories, whether it's something big or small. I am a partner of producers. So I have a lot of realtors that would say my Praises better than I ever would so with the branding and head shots and portrait photos and things of that nature in families in kiddos. So that's everything from family shots to senior pictures to I'm doing school pictures here in on September 12th. Just give parents an option cuz it occurred to me the other day that if school is virtual, how are they going to do school pictures? So yeah, I think yeah get that hit a home run..

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"alison i" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

03:38 min | 6 months ago

"alison i" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"Thursday welcome everybody to another exciting episode of Kentucky Tony Murphy podcast. My name is Betty Tony and I approached for those of you that do not know who I am. I shall home-based business owners how to leverage technology to grow their business using the power of the internet. We are back with another exciting guest. Her name is Alison Hillman and she is a photographer and I am really excited to speak with her about what she does and her business Allison. Are you around? How are you I am well, how are you doing? Well, thanks for having me on it's a beautiful day. How's the weather over there? Oh my gosh. It's so damn gorgeous and made for a beautiful pulled away with some girlfriends and our kids. Awesome. Well, I also know I'm excited to talk you tell me a little bit about yourself. So I am Alison Hillman. The Allison and btp by Alison been there photography. I've been doing photography since I was thirteen but I am the Storyteller of Saint Louis the kid whisper the husband was for yeah, so I capture your story no matter what chapter you're on. That's what I always say God. Oh, I like that. That's catchy. So in the beginning of this you said three words btp. I have no idea what that means. Can you elaborate on that? So been there photography so dead when the story behind the story I lost my dad in 2004. He great dad is just never he was the opposite of most didn't want it. Then last thing he wanted to do was embarrassed his kids and so very strong merch in Vietnam veteran type. He was the only picture that we said the last picture we have of just the two of us. I was six years old. And so when we were preparing for the funeral and getting pictures together and everything for that, that's just something that struck me that he never got in the pictures. And so that's just that's one of the things behind why it became been there photography because in most situations and it's so ironic. I need my business that so when I got married off my wedding pictures, I ended up being the one to edit them. That's how great they were and then when my son was born we had an excellent new born. And then it is six-month point. We had excellent family pictures, but when everything was said, there was no picture of my husband holding my son looking at the camera off. You know, that's one thing. I noticed the little things like that and making sure that your portraits capture the story of what we're doing that wage. Whether it's a fall session a wedding session, you know wedding day or whatever. So when I say been there photography it's because I can make sure some things I've experienced never happened for you. I love that Ellison. I mean that's one of the things I love about doing is podcast images I get to learn a little bit more about the business of where the name came from and that's a deep breath. I appreciate you sharing that with us. I lost my dad had 52 to drink things. I know what that's like that so I.

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"alison i" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

03:05 min | 8 months ago

"alison i" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Would you be up for it? I definitely would be up for it. I have there hasn't been the most recent talk was since we've been in quarantine. We did this community reunion table read and raised money for a couple of great charities, and that was so fun I. Think now that we all know. There certainly was a period of time where I would have just been like. The movie is never happening. People should let it go. And now that we all have some distance from it, and I think also compounded with the fact that the show up on Netflix's recently in. It's like opened it up to a whole new set of fans. Reignited all of our love for the show and we are all feeling a bit nostalgic. It's so fun to see each other. It's it. We really are like a family haunt. So yeah, I feel like this is the closest. We've ever gotten to me being like you, but it could happen. Okay. You never know never know we'll see. Before I let you go I want to put on the spot. Quick questions. Quick answers. Okay, okay, favourite show! You've watched during quarantine. Dave. Okay. Not just because it's my husband's name, it's a real show. Ethics Klein Right. Celebrity crush growing up. Oh. God I mean I. Want to just say you. I'll take it very sweet. A little by the way. Getting. The set. You've laughed on the most that you've worked on. I have to say community. It's very close between community and glow. It's a super tight race, but I think on community, we just worked such long hours and we would like. Every Friday was a frater day where we wouldn't finish until seven. And at a certain moment, you know we just got so delirious that we were. The. Constant. President Fun. And something that you learned in twenty twenty. Oh God probably that you know I. It's been a very humbling year for most people I would assume but just kind of like taking the scope of of the world. I think there's so much that I've learned. That's outside of our control and also things that we need to be more aware of. It's sort of been like a good ego. Check here I think no I agree, and where are you from originally? Alison I'm from La I. I grew up in Park and then South Pasadena is that right Oh. You're one of the rare native Angelenos I know I know a real Unicorn yeah, and and you're come across very normal. Thank. You Survive I was look east side. Pretty Cool Yeah. For for their to of well nice talking to you again and congratulations on everything, watch the rental out now in select drive-ins and on demand, allison. Thanks for checking in. Thank you good to see you. With Mario Lopez..

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"alison i" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

Monsters In The Morning

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"alison i" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

"Away, and his first impression is like he feels like this is staged, says a lot. You guys ever hire a private detective. See on TV all the time. People hire private detective. Did you ever do that? I know that we had talked about it. I Know Alison We considered it, but to be honest with you. Alison is basically became our private detective and the heavy lifting She did a lot of this and so that and so much so again and that piece detective buyer mentioned that he was concerned for her safety, and we ended up. You know all of us kind of being concerned and being. kind of letting each other know where we were at worst what what was going on, and that kind of thing and then checking in with each other. Are you still concerned this now this day? Like now that this is blown up and his is a big deal nationwide I mean does does it raise your concern level? For yourself or for? Or I'm Alison I. Definitely you know Keep an eye on each other. In that regard I'm concerned in this regard. I have a beautiful family. I have a beautiful wife. I have a couple of kids that are in my in my care, and so in the my concerns are I would never want to have anything PUT THEM IN HARM's way so that if if that's the best that I can say I if I'm afraid of if you're asking me if I'm afraid of this gentleman or these things, no I'm not afraid of him I'm not afraid of You know the truth. I'm not afraid of trying to find those things out I. Don't know if I answered the question. Do, you think all this is going to bring a lot of tension on porter I mean. because. He hasn't really spoken to the police. It all right He has not a lot of people asking and this and just so you guys know and because of the lack of evidence, because of the lack of knowing like a direction like you know, detective says he's like look. We I need I'm looking for a piece to lead me in direction I'm looking for something to give me the power to pull in a grand jury then if I can. Can, pull in the grand jury. Then I can make people talk, and then I can have put you on the stand. I can ask you these direct questions. He needs that peace and that was. That's the piece that is lacking and ultimately that's what makes this the mystery that it is. It's unsolved mysteries. It's on Netflix now. Check it out if you get a chance. The episode is called on the rooftop and Angel. Thank you for talking to about it. Guys everybody that tax. I tried to answer everybody, but thank you guys so much for the kind words and the positive energy and the love, and hopefully you know fingers cross. Eyed very good all right What should we? Get enough time. Yeah, we'll. Come back I will train when we come back, so you might want to get on the line. Four, seven, nine, hundred, six, one, zero, four one. You're listening to the march the morning..

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"alison i" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"alison i" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Morning show that's everything you don't want to push it okay he we don't have to lie about not we got and we've got a lot thank god the space thank you I we just want six we can thank we can Alison I'm seventy three.

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"alison i" Discussed on Heyer Today

Heyer Today

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"alison i" Discussed on Heyer Today

"Like me. But Steven wasn't even aware of the grand. So he made and I was like, why would you not be in it? You'd be the first person I call she would you make him play in the guise of her father? That's what I thought as well. He, would be wonderful. Do you not think coming back around to the minute tree questions of the Grind Seifi's actually military book? Sophie, who is the military man? That's right. She's suggestions go the experience she's being on campaign. Absolutely, but she has this military strategy to her planning. Doesn't she? She lied she shoot she's brave and she's always referring to the duke though is think of as a sort of the wellingtons right-hand men. If mess she is she is she's actually the hero in. He someone might be why Charles is is a lot weaker 'cause he's playing the feminine, the one you'd being courted. He's he's along with the domestic worries she has. Loads of money, but he's got not very much money and all of these siblings that he's got steel. So he is Frederico in a away and she is Elvis took down never thought of it that way. But that's true impacts. That's one of the reasons why that's being the film that's come the closest. To, potentially being made and she lightly talks about hobnobbing with Wellington and kind of touches on these hair raising escapades. sounds how it went on her military guys turn up they spot immediately what she's up to out but she's very chummy with the nicer sexual overtones is like she's one of the men. There's a very telling moment in the ground safe to do with that whereas the brother He. Has Not told Charles about his money worries and it Sophie he goes to and Sophie sought to doubt and he's talking to his girlfriend Eugenia afterwards Charles's and he says, would you of come to me immediately told me because she thinks sophie should've told the man the man should have sought to down not gonna done it yourself and he says, well, you know Hugo told to in confidence. That not important is it and he then realizes that sophie shares his own work. Very much a manly mill tweet saying she thinks it's a personal matter. You would immediately break your word in that situation but for him as the Sophie would is sacrosanct exactly a- hair was really doing something that was quite edgy in that sense and take risk by placing her in the male role, and yet you still find her completely John in all the men still find her compete charming but there is a really unusual level of respect camaraderie that. I can't think of any other incident not in Austin Book. The mail says and females visit very very separate in sin they and they just taught him places but they don't really I'm not a massive Anna. Jane austen but somebody at Rodeos winds meal his everyone says Mrs Bennet. She says stupid she's a pole woman. She only person in the book has any idea of the horrific situation. She has to get those girls married off. They'll be like sense and sensibility that we out on their ear that we look to find the cottage to live here. She absolutely knows what she needs to do at the mercy of that horrible absurd. We all in vk and the he would have framed them out. It would have been exactly like sensibility that fantastic the start of the the brothers, Sanyo. Yes we'll give five thousand pounds she bought by the end of the conversation they'll be lucky if they get five pounds is Must Zach. No, this is exactly. What would have happened to them? Yeah. She often touches on these role reversals and she very cleverly into weaves them with seems that are quite challenging that Austin wouldn't have been able to do because she was always writing one village one family that kind of thing. That's right. Yes. This this really strong political sense behind her work as well. Isn't it? For instance, in the masqueraders there's that whole idea of the rebellion now behind that and say that she's always touching on things that are really happening at that point in time but the romance he's always forefront. And she never loses sight of what it is. The product that she's producing. She definitely saw her works as these kinds of crafted I. recently read the reluctant widow you read that recently. Football there's no relationship between the heroin heroin heroin is incredibly irritating Harcourt night sky I mean everyone's allied and all stay maybe she was ill maybe she was on a hideous pressure from her family, but it doesn't won the romance books. You Know Alison I. think that's the one she was complaining about when he was serialized saying they tend to into something and is it the convenient marriage which is the one where they're not in love but they get married just wonderful I thought that was a lovely sweet. nope know really enjoyed that yes, it is. It is has at least I think it's because I read it when I was quite young and you know when you're young, you just want the heroin to be pretty and and for them to be mad enough and that's the whole thing you kind of went dot com payoff emotional payoff i. think as you get older, you start seeing nuances in distant. We're talking about where Harris saying what is most important in America is A. Heaviness that you get with that is being able to be with someone and enjoy the company support. The interesting things about that book is that when you read it carefully I think a Judas, in in the biography, you can see that they've actually had sex, but it hasn't fixed anything. If you re ready Catholic he's married her he's wooed Ho with his incredible skills or whatever but it's not sold anything because they haven't sorted out their basic relationship they are meant to be together but they need to overcome all obstacles in their way. It's not as though they can just fall into bed on page hundred, ninety two and will fix everything because more complicated. Yeah, and that is such a sophisticated tricky message. To get across because in almost every single romance book, the Big Payoff is when it finally come together and the ideas of their essentially can have sex, and that's GonNa make everything happily of off as a writer. That's obviously what you're going to need but calls the big payoff is they get married if you have a book where they're already marriage during the course of the book that has to be some other obstacle for them to overcome. So it couldn't possibly have been happy LOFTA because then they wouldn't have been a story, but it has to be a plausible obstacle. Yeah. I. Guess and that one is With another woman is he's had that relationship with out of the woman and she finds out about it and the other woman is horrible Habich. Gives her to think that they're still together. Very well. Fantastic. 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"alison i" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

13:31 min | 1 year ago

"alison i" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"When you got out of wall so Royal Scottish Academy was the last bit of schooling. You said last semester first semester of my senior year of college and then I came back just to do are like we did an La and New York showcases and you know to try to get agents and did our league final plays and then at that point where you thinking I want to go to Broadway or were you thinking i WanNa act on. Tv and movies the latter. This is the thing that's been always very humorous to me because during my time at Cal Arts and the school is very theater forward and they definitely frown upon or at least at that time they did having agents at all while you're in schooling. I graduated high school and got a commercial agent right away my sag car and then secretly during my first year at Keller to try to like be out doing auditions and very quickly realized that it just was impossible anyway but this would be classes from nine to five and then you had to work crew on a play from seven to eleven at night like there was really no time to be driving the forty five minutes to hour and a half depending on traffic to Hollywood to audition for bill. I mean truly. I feel like the final Straw was me driving. In for a Spanish language. Pepco.

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"alison i" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"alison i" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome welcome welcome to the armchair expert. I'm DAX SHEPARD HYDAC shepherd your name young lady Monica Padden Monica Padma. N- we have a lovely guess today. Alison Brie thing. I came to know her on community. Yeah and madmen as well glow She's on Bo Jack Horsemen. She's Uber talented. And she's got a new movie out horse girl..

"alison i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"alison i" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Don't tell me Hey Peter to to Jeff Mitchell calling in from Boston Massachusetts now. I've spent a Lotta Time in Boston and I know a lot of people who say they're from Boston are actually from someplace lame like we need him from Boston Boston just outside working well. Welcome to the show Jeff. You're going to play a game in which humans tried to tell truth from fiction bill. What is Jeff Topic? I retire retirement. Hire meant when decades of work is rewarded with decades of boredom. This week we heard about somebody retiring from a really remarkable career. Our panelists are going to tell you about it. Pick the one who's telling the truth. You'll win our prize. The waiter of your choice in your voicemail ready to play. I'm ready I let's hear from Helen. Hong a Canadian school district is grappling with what to do about a recently retired longtime school cafeteria. Cook Elsa Bennett. The Beloved Cook was praised appraised for decades for her friendly report with her middle schoolers as well as her super cheesy Mac and cheese. The school itself was widely known to have the most well behaved the easy going and unusually calm student body. Well it turns out Miss Bennet secret ingredient was. We'd you know how wild kids are. That age said Miss Bennet while taking a long pull off of a giant blunt. So one day I put a little Hash and CBD MIX and my super cheesy Mac and cheese. And what are you know. The kids calm down so I did it again the next day and again the next I apparently Miss Bennet had been getting her middle schoolers blazed for years when asked how she could afford to keep two hundred kids high as a kite on a weekly weekly basis for decades. She revealed that this had been an open secret amongst many parents who donated to her so-called Chill charity. Although recreational marijuana is legal in Canada getting children faded is not since most of the parents in the district have refused is to press charges. Miss Bennet may avoid punishment. When asked why she was admitted to any of this? After the fact Miss Bennet responded. I'm sorry were you talking. King cafeteria lady retires after decades. dosing the kids with Ganga. Your next story of for retirement comes from Tombo debt while the Duke and Duchess of Sussex Mega drama is getting all the attention little notice is being given the exit of another lesser sir known but crucial member of the royal family the. US government has its tradition of designated survivor alone acting cabinet member who is randomly chosen to to rule the country. In the event the entire government is rubbed out or quit. England has an older equivalent and their royal repository of the blood out of sovereignty established after the English civil wars in the mid seventeenth century. The monarchy ruled in secret that in the event the entire royal lineages destroyed. Royd looking at you. Ireland the quote third male cousin of the nephew of the discount of Shropshire. So far is can be known to be a scoundrel nor Frenchman. Shell hold the title of royal repository of the blood of sovereignty and ascend to the throne of England in the event. We've otherwise all Ben smote close quote next to the Lock Screen Code for Prince Andrew's iphone the identity of the Royal Rep of the B. S. is the most closely guarded secret in the Kingdom. No one but the queen knew about it so. QE Two's very bad. We got worse. When shoe-seller Gary Thomas of pickle Scott on the blog Shropshire England revealed this week? He was the royal last.

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"alison i" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes

Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes

12:29 min | 1 year ago

"alison i" Discussed on Andrea Savage: A Grown-Up Woman #buttholes

"Mean googling all my friends right now so I'm little again three yeah yeah craziest things yeah but then I also google stuff like what had Hitler do that was positive total for like weird scripts you know what I mean and then I'm Ooh that's tough I saw her how do but now I'm hearing what you said and I'm like that's a weird thing where I was reading something and I was like how much do ch- how much do people we'll get for child trafficking sure I mean no totally Charlie I agree when you're researching that I will dive into that you take weird deep dives that wouldn't look great out of contact yes yes all right I feel like we should take this caller yet and a and let you get on with your life to please because I know I'm just started this podcast and still trying to figure out like what it is and it's really really just me going these are people who delight me and I just want to talk to them and show the rest of the world that it doesn't end sure were when you get responsibilities Oh my God are we at a point already to be like his life about to end no but I'm the thing I think we did because people are scared sure scared correct you're scared to be boring honest so I don't WanNa go like hey it's fine it's fine were all growing up and we're still having fun and everything's cool and ed but holes can I put that as like the quote like yes underneath like Allison Brie as a recommendation for the shower lease will you also write a review in apple for me yet but it will just say that great then we'll have a red and then it will also say like and love the podcast thank you especially the episode with Allison Brie Yeah only that episode yeah well no don't they own you know look I look I'm district I disagree with stuff all right arable trae we're going to call Rebecca Carrillo no we're gonNA call Rebecca got she's from San Antonio Texas and she's got a quite she's got some questions for Rebecca she submitted to be like call me I put something on instagram everyone has this question how do we find these I just cold calling people in their home traveling all around the country shortage it's like hey don't Andrew savage it we just cold call through the phone book and we got to our great rebecca because we're in a phone book that goes by the first first and last name bullshit much much easier then it makes four thousand Rebecca's there's more choose on put on instagram if you have questions about being grown up if you have anything Blah Blah Blah send them in and we're calling people listen we don't I know how this is going to go look rebecca could be fucking crazy a real wild card which I like I like it too let's we can't stop pushing ourselves I I agree we gotta do things that make us nervous if there's one thing you know about me it's that I agree all right let's call Rebecca let's find out what's going on in Tass that's how Bernama Vargas when top not remotely she rebecca being hi it's Andrea savage believe uh-huh I'm sitting here with Allison Brie Rebecca thank God only Rebecca you're already exceeding our expectations yes because when we're calling people we don't know what we're GonNa get and you are sound upbeat and lovely thank she can't believe I'm GonNa talk to you I would also Rebecca you submit a question in writing and so you knew we were calling so there's some I love that the joy is still has not been ruined we're not shocking shocking you too much yeah yeah can't Texas I like it like I really like San Antonio where I am right now I think it's a lot of fun here what what what do you do for fun in San Antonio a lot of like the farmers market or or like San Antonio has festivals for like everything right like a Tequila Festival Tago festival the crawfish festival salsa festival. I'll go to a lot of stuff like that it party yeah that's not all friendly we get to pick her dog and have fun like like that now before we get to a question your question allison and I were just doing some would you rather and I'm and I'm I'm GonNa ask you one of the would you rather that we just did okay get ready you watch the show right yeah I do okay so nothing I say is really going to horrify you right no and you are a lawyer correct yeah do you promise not to sue me is that a lawyer I wouldn't ever see you okay I just had to check I was pre lot cornell so I know a little of the jargon Oh and I believe those lift that in I believe it's a little something like do you promise not to sue me that's okay okay Rebecca would you rather have your body found in a pile of hard core sex toys or have everyone you know see your browsing history probably browsing history see well they said the opposite this is Allison Brie speaking and maybe I shouldn't like new as to why no you know what actually I'm curious that makes me feel like you don't google well crazy stuff and what else 'cause I was on your side but then she sort of brought me to the light of do you never google friends or family like weird stuff about them yeah totally you can sue browser but it's not incognito that's saying no we're sending no you're dead and either the headline is your body's been found in the middle of crazy easy sex toys or your fire browser history has now been sent out to everyone you know and work with and related to and friends with even incognito incognito browsing okay I was being lawyerly I'll check there would just be like would you rather be found in a pile of sex toys or your Inkatha veto browser to back so I like you don't want your clients being privy to what you've been googling do you disagree with a lot more private go ahead and let them find me in sex toys Okay Okay Rebecca you shared a lot of information Which I love now the part that I loved in this question was talking about how one the inner struggle of how to act every adult for everyone and and you feel fake which I think is very global thing for every everyone's nodding in this room it doesn't matter how old you are if you're technically weekly above twenty one we all feel fake to an extent like always feel fake at les don't all feel fake by Andrea thank thank you have you feel like you're fake being that you know what you're doing sure it's like it's slavery your phone voice when you're like booking a hotel hotel or like recently I had some problems Idaho tied like speak to the manager and suddenly and I was like in the room with my husband calling them and then I had like go in the other room because I didn't want to sit there with him while I was like yes this is miss bree we did have a problem acting acting swiftly stituation and it is you're just like you know a second ago we were making jokes with other yeah so it's that sort faking it you do get to I think one thing that I feel like now that I'm in my sixty s I feel like I'm more more comfortable going I can call the manager and be like this is fixed and I love the fact that I'm laughing about dicks in the other room through this is you need the balance is the requires what should I feel like I need mation the question basically is when do you stop calling your mom to help you through everything and went into you basically start figuring out stuff stuff on your own and can you be an adult and still be asking your mom for yes how old are you rebecca thirty four okay thirty four so I I do understand that feeling though of like 'cause you say here like you ask her if a certain church should be put in the dryer you has to sell all your buttons back on she he lives for hours away so I mean my husband asks me these questions like you're not as mother Bobo podcasts I don't have time for this I don't know saying that's like what's the difference between ask your mother asking someone else that you know at what point do you become from the person people call for help yeah when do you make that shift in your head where you're like I don't know how to fix this gotTa Call My dad I don't have to do this when you just go I'm gonNA Google it figuring out yeah right I think sooner rather than later because it feels very satisfying to figure stuff out on your own you now I think so I this was what the question also made me think about is do we think googling has taken away a report of our mother mother your part of our relationship with our parents Tony's nodding little bit yeah so do you have a story that you can't remember source of course I do do you call your parents like occasionally but honestly not too often yeah I mean I used to probably right yeah probably more than I do now yeah thanks for sharing your won't Hey I'm gonNA stop I think you're right that's on me now because I feel like I used to ask my dad a lot to stuff like this but is googling making us alienate ourselves from our parents I feel like we've gone where we're not helping you at all yeah we're just talking about life I think does your mom enjoy it when you call her yeah I I think she does I mean maybe some of the stuff you might find stupid but she would never make me feel that way and to me it's faster to ask her than Google I I don't think there's anything wrong I actually think it's very sweet I you're an adult woman and your fucking lawyer and it sounds like your life is going great yeah married unlike if you want to call your mom sometimes to to learn about how to put garlic in a roast them do it yeah I really very sweet relationship I agree and because I was like I just like at this question because I was like I want to talk about it because I'm like I like my mom and I think my mom fucking loves it definitely and as I sit there and I think about thirty years from now my daughter calling me I'll be like oh my God he's a Nice I think they do love it I think it's very sweet and it's helpful for you yeah so don't stop calling your mom I would say call her more sounds like we're telling you to move in with your mom I know now I can do that no no no.

"alison i" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"alison i" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"And he said, yes. So then I was sort of introduced to the room and everyone said it was okay. And then I filmed from start to finish I took their group photo. And then I asked them all to sign the release incredible. Another day at the office. I mean, what's so incredible about the film is the amount of nuance. There is and he is such a layered, man. I mean, he's very self aware of where he's going to look bad. I mean, there's so many scenery saying, oh, you're going to slay me in this film. You're going to look bad yet. He doesn't tell you to cut anything out. And he doesn't have any creative control over the film. And I was wondering retry like how is your relationship with him after filming started? It's one thing to get somebody to agree to film. But then as Allison's there, and this whole film is taking this new turn. And they're in Europe. And there's other national leaders where there any other communications between you inhale where he might have expecting them all the time pretty much because. There were always I mean, Alison our communicating all the time. And there would be times when let's say Alison was having trouble getting in someplace where he was just he wasn't. They're not letting her or just know what the people around him were letting her in or were, you know, where we would discuss kind of his coming schedule, and what he was going to be because it was changing every day. So I had to I was in touch with them constantly. You know, I it was I was very transparent. I still I was still saying scathing things about what he was doing which was probably very unprofessional of me as a producer. But I was I couldn't help it. But no, I mean, you know, it's complicated complicated. I can I can only explain it as if like when I knew him he was a Republican. And he was what I consider it at the time like like a fairly moderate Republican. I didn't see any of these any of the particularly more extreme views in him at the time needed an express them openly. And so I had to go through my own journey cheesy word, but of kind of getting to know the new in some ways, the new old, Steve which was, you know, painful, honestly, in some ways and interesting and the best the best filling I have is watching the film as Alison I spoke a lot about. Certainly moral issues and ethical issues..

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