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"amanda beers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:08 min | 3 months ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"In the series as it plays itself out. I mean Freddie was not afraid to do drag you know. He went disguise himself as a woman. And make you know in part three. There's this fabulous seen. I was obsessed with in high school when it came out where he makes out with this really cute boy as topless nurse. Let's talk about the second movie of a nightmare partout to Freddie's prevents the Locker Room Scene Way Guy Gay as an MBA at them. The whole movie is Gay. The whole but by the time you get to that locker room nightmare. You know it a gym a male gym teacher dressed as a folsom street leatherman and if you don't believe me and he's Freddie is whipping their butts with towels and the blood and of course. The towels are so intense that they actually bleed but just he meets the coach in a bar. Beforehand doesn't and then they go to the locker room he's like I'm GonNa put you to work and then whatever happens after that so it turns out that the coach is actually gay and so he gets them doing naughty things in the boys room to the actual jocks announced. Boy just to the one boy and the whole movie in kind of about this. The the the protagonist in the film is a male. You know instead of it being a female he. It's a boy but he's very. Nellie and tortured and he has like a really cute guy best friend. He's very eighties kind of gay. He looks like is reminds me of Tracy Tyler when she was a guy really or like me in high school to like Andrew McCarthy you know sort of Saint Elmo's fire with with shoulder pad jacket with a little thinner and kind of more just has more. I don't know how to describe. You just had a very gay about him. The whole movies gay and they really equate the sort of the the Freddie thing being this dirty secret that he has inside of him. And it's like there's there's literally scenes in the movie where he's coming out to his you know his female friend and it's so funny watt though that as like sexually coming out to her no I if you can use it as a parallel you know explaining what really has been happening with the Freddie secret. You know because because nobody's going to believe that somebody's coming into murder him and his James Murder other people are taking over his life and stuff like that so he's China. Explain it to these people but it's almo sounds like he's like he might as well have just said. I'm gay rather than being taken over by some monsters murder. You know the way it's written and directed you could replace like Freddie with homosexuality so What let's move on to next movie here? How about frightened night right fright night to me? You know. It's one of those things where I loved it as a kid growing up and I think when you watch something like a nightmare on elm street part to even as a kid you know you're watching something that's pretty gay. Where's fright night? I didn't realize until later like I did a midnight mass show and invited evil. Ed The guy who plays evil? Ed Stephen Jeffreys who's openly gay and when we were doing the interview on stage and he started talking about being on set with Malcolm McDowell and Amanda Beers. It occurred to me like Oh my God like half the cast in this movie ended up being you know gay people gay time on the sets and so there's that side of it and then if you watch the movie itself you know Chris. Sarandon is living in this House with this other man and there's something really homo erotic about their relationship and even though there's the fact that they're vampires and you're figuring out you know that something's up next door there's also the sense that like you know the two men that live across the street. There's something wrong you know. There's something odd going on. There always seems like vampires are metaphor almost in a way fruit for gay people. Certainly I run sexuality and they actually say that in that movie. I want to suck your cock new movies. They actually say that that bright night actually it was sort of like it's about the two teenage boys and and one of them becomes a vampire and he's like trying to tell him that he's a vampire and he's like that is so k. I. One Suck Cock. That's Buffy I think now. Was IT BUFFALO? I thought it was frightening that that takes place in the locker in the shower room. And he's actually like telling him that he's a vampire now. Maybe a confused this because this is this has the guy from that commit suicide in dead Poets Society Right Well that's okay. Yeah I remember that because I was always like I really. I've seen that movie who probably twelve or thirteen times just because it's on. Hbo Or Cable Channel. I'll watch it but I really makes it. For me. As Roddy McDowell in that movie. He's such a fun character. Because we've all grown up and especially you peaches do a big fan of Elvira these people that host these midnight movies on the weekends and stuff like that and to see this kind of character actually be who doesn't believe in vampires doesn't believe in anything is just an actor. Become a fearless vampire hunter was. It was fun to see that process. Ya because he kind of two plus he's kind of Nellie you know what I mean. He's like well. I couldn't fight Vampires Office. And he's fighting. Vampires Manvier is a big old lesbian. She was. How old is that moving supposed to play a teenager? And I think she's like thirty years old or something she's gotTa be at least thirty or thirty one eight. That's why like a lot about these eighties. Movies is that they always have people in their thirties. Playing Teenagers Joe. Hope for all of us who still hope for all well. We looked younger back then. There was something about that. And yes it did. It was fabulous Fright night screening where they brought back a ton of the cast and And people involved in the making in the movie in Los Angeles last month and it was it went so well that we're I'm thinking about kind of remounting it for midnight mass next Summer Fun Fun thome and then you can always bring any of these queer that I mean well I would love to see William Ragsdale died. It doesn't see dead poet's society now the end. His father wouldn't let him be in a Shakespearean play in college and so he decided the best way out because I think the original screenplay said he had to be in the Shakespeare play and that's why he killed himself kid he didn't want to be fascinate. Shakespeare. Why I've just been beaten wife by theater so okay. So Rosemary's baby. How gays baby. How why do you guys hate Catholics? So much with Catholics. I just like the story of the Anti Christ to kind of I always tell people. It's my joke that I always try and watch it around Christmas because it really takes the edge off of the holidays. Is Everybody celebrating the birth of Christ? I'll celebrate the reason why you're like putting down the eggnog. That's part of the reason part of the reason. So what happens in Rosemary's baby rose what happens in Rosemary's baby is that Rosemary is married to a guy and he wants she wants to have a baby and so and he is a struggling actor and he wants to advance his career and so she and he make love one night. She thinks actually. She's been drugged by her neighbors. And so she gets pregnant with the devil child and she's trying.

Freddie murder Rosemary Nellie Roddy McDowell Ed Stephen Jeffreys Poets Society Right folsom Tracy Tyler Malcolm McDowell China Hbo Sarandon Andrew McCarthy Chris Los Angeles Elvira William Ragsdale
"amanda beers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:08 min | 3 months ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Yeah in the series as it plays itself out. I mean Freddie was not afraid to do drag you know. He went disguise himself as a woman. And make you know in part three. There's this fabulous seen. I was obsessed with in high school when it came out where he makes out with this really cute boy as topless nurse. Let's talk about the second movie of a nightmare partout to Freddie's prevents the Locker Room Scene Way Guy Gay as an MBA at them. The whole movie is Gay. The whole but by the time you get to that locker room nightmare. You know it a gym a male gym teacher dressed as a folsom street leatherman and if you don't believe me and he's Freddie is whipping their butts with towels and the blood and of course. The towels are so intense that they actually bleed but he meets the coach in a bar beforehand doesn't and then they go to the locker room he's like. I'M GONNA put you to work. And then whatever happens after that so it turns out that the coach is actually gay and so he gets them doing naughty things in the boys room to the actual jocks announced. Boy just to the one boy and the whole movie in kind of about this. The the the protagonist in the film is a male. You know instead of it being a female he. It's a boy but he's very. Nellie and tortured and he has like a really cute guy best friend. He's very eighties kind of gay. He looks like is reminds me of Tracy Tyler when she was a guy really or like me in high school to like Andrew McCarthy you know sort of Saint Elmo's fire with with shoulder pad jacket with a little thinner and kind of more just has more. I don't know how to describe. You just had a very gay about him. The whole movies gay and they really equate the sort of the the Freddie thing being this dirty secret that he has inside of him. And it's like there's there's literally scenes in the movie where he's coming out to his you know his female friend and it's so funny watt though that as like sexually coming out to her no I if you can use it as a parallel you know explaining what really has been happening with the Freddie secret. You know because because nobody's going to believe that somebody's coming into murder him and his James Murder other people are taking over his life and stuff like that so he's China. Explain it to these people but it's almo sounds like he's like he might as well have just said. I'm gay rather than being taken over by some monsters murder. You know the way it's written and directed you could replace like Freddie with homosexuality so What let's move on to next movie here? How about frightened night right fright night to me? You know. It's one of those things where I loved it as a kid growing up and I think when you watch something like a nightmare on elm street part to even as a kid you know you're watching something that's pretty gay. Where's fright night? I didn't realize until later like I did a midnight mass show and invited evil. Ed The guy who plays evil? Ed Stephen Jeffreys who's openly gay and when we were doing the interview on stage and he started talking about being on set with Malcolm McDowell and Amanda Beers. It occurred to me like Oh my God like half the cast in this movie ended up being you know gay people time on the sets and so there's that side of it and then if you watch the movie itself you know Chris. Sarandon is living in this House with this other man and there's something really homo erotic about their relationship and even though there's the fact that they're vampires and you're figuring out you know that something's up next door there's also the sense that like you know the two men that live across the street. There's something wrong you know. There's something odd going on. There always seems like vampires are metaphor almost in a way fruit for gay people. Certainly I run sexuality and they actually say that in that movie. I want to suck your cock new movies. They actually say that that bright night actually it was sort of like it's about the two teenage boys and and one of them becomes a vampire and he's like trying to tell him that he's a vampire and he's like that is so k. I. One Suck Cock. That's Buffy I think now. Was IT BUFFALO? I thought it was frightened that that takes place in the locker in the shower room and he's actually like telling him that he's a vampire now. Maybe a confused this because this is this has the guy from that commit suicide in dead Poets Society Right Well that's okay. Yeah I remember that because I was always like I really. I've seen that movie would probably twelve or thirteen times just because it's on. Hbo Or Cable Channel. I'll watch it but I really makes it. For me. As Roddy McDowell in that movie. He's such a fun character. Because we've all grown up and especially you peaches do a big fan of Elvira these people that host these midnight movies on the weekends and stuff like that and to see this kind of character actually be who doesn't believe in vampires doesn't believe in anything is just an actor. Become a fearless vampire hunter was. It was fun to see that process off because he kind of two plus. He's kind of Nellie. You know what I mean. He's like well. I couldn't fight vampires office and he's fighting. Vampires Manvier is a big old lesbian. She was. How old is that moving supposed to play a teenager? And I think she's like thirty years old or something she's gotTa be at least thirty or thirty one eight. That's why like a lot about these eighties. Movies is that they always have people in their thirties. Playing Teenagers Realize Joe. Hope for all of us who still hope for all well. We looked younger back then. There was something about that. And yes it did. It was fabulous Fright night screening where they brought back a ton of the cast and And people involved in the making in the movie in Los Angeles last month and it was it went so well that we're I'm thinking about kind of remounting it for midnight mass next Summer Fun. Fun thome and then you can always bring any of these queer. That are I mean. Well I would love to see William Ragsdale died. It doesn't see dead poet's society now the end. His father wouldn't let him be in a Shakespearean play in college and so he decided the best way out because I think the original screenplay said he had to be in the Shakespeare play and that's why he killed himself kid he didn't want to be fascinate. Shakespeare. Why I've just been beaten wife by theater so okay. So Rosemary's baby hog as baby. How why do you guys hate Catholics? So much with Catholics. I just like the story of the Anti Christ to kind of I always tell people. It's my joke that I always try and watch it around Christmas because it really takes the edge off of the holidays. Is Everybody celebrating the birth of Christ? I'll celebrate the reason why you're like putting down the eggnog. That's part of the reason part of the reason. So what happens in Rosemary's baby rose what happens in Rosemary's baby is that Rosemary is married to a guy and he wants she wants to have a baby and so and he is a struggling actor and he wants to advance his career and so she and he make love one night. She thinks actually. She's been drugged by her neighbors. And so she gets pregnant with the devil child and she's trying.

Freddie Rosemary murder Roddy McDowell Ed Stephen Jeffreys folsom Nellie Poets Society Right William Ragsdale Tracy Tyler Malcolm McDowell China Hbo Sarandon Los Angeles Andrew McCarthy Chris Elvira
"amanda beers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:06 min | 3 months ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Series as it plays itself out. I mean Freddie was not afraid to do drag you know. He went disguise himself as a woman. And make you know in part three. There's this fabulous seen. I was obsessed with in high school when it came out where he makes out with this really cute boy as topless nurse. Let's talk about the second movie of a nightmare partout to Freddie's prevents the Locker Room Scene Way Guy Gay as an MBA at them. The whole movie is Gay. The whole but by the time you get to that locker room nightmare. You know it a gym a male gym teacher dressed as a folsom street leatherman and if you don't believe me and he's Freddie is whipping their butts with towels and the blood and of course. The towels are so intense that they actually bleed but he meets the coach in a bar beforehand doesn't and then they go to the locker room he's like. I'M GONNA put you to work. And then whatever happens after that so it turns out that the coach is actually gay and so he gets them doing naughty things in the boys room to the actual jocks announced. Boy just to the one boy and the whole movie in kind of about this. The the the protagonist in the film is a male. You know instead of it being a female he. It's a boy but he's very. Nellie and tortured and he has like a really cute guy best friend. He's very eighties kind of gay. He looks like is reminds me of Tracy Tyler when she was a guy really or like me in high school to like Andrew McCarthy you know sort of Saint Elmo's fire with with shoulder pad jacket with a little thinner and kind of more just has more. I don't know how to describe. You just had a very gay about him. The whole movies gay and they really equate the sort of the the Freddie thing being this dirty secret that he has inside of him. And it's like there's there's literally scenes in the movie where he's coming out to his you know his female friend and it's so funny watt though that as like sexually coming out to her no I if you can use it as a parallel you know explaining what really has been happening with the Freddie secret. You know because because nobody's going to believe that somebody's coming into murder him and his James Murder other people are taking over his life and stuff like that so he's China. Explain it to these people but it's almo sounds like he's like he might as well have just said. I'm gay rather than being taken over by some monsters murder. You know the way it's written and directed you could replace like Freddie with homosexuality So What let's move on to next movie here? How about frightened night right fright night to me? You know. It's one of those things where I loved it as a kid growing up and I think when you watch something like a nightmare on elm street part to even as a kid you know you're watching something that's pretty gay. Where's fright night? I didn't realize until later like I did a midnight mass show and invited evil. Ed The guy who plays evil? Ed Stephen Jeffreys who's openly gay and when we were doing the interview on stage and he started talking about being on set with Malcolm McDowell and Amanda Beers. It occurred to me like Oh my God like half the cast in this movie ended up being you know gay people gay time on the sets and so there's that side of it and then if you watch the movie itself you know Chris. Sarandon is living in this House with this other man and there's something really homo erotic about their relationship and even though there's the fact that they're vampires and you're figuring out you know that something's up next door there's also the sense that like you know the two men that live across the street. There's something wrong you know. There's something odd going on. There always seems like vampires are metaphor almost in a way fruit for gay people. Certainly I run sexuality actually say that in that movie. I want to suck your cock new movies. They actually say that that bright night actually it was sort of like it's about the two teenage boys and and one of them becomes a vampire and he's like trying to tell him that he's a vampire and he's like that is so k. i. One Suck Cock. That's Buffy I think now. Was IT BUFFALO? I thought it was frightened that that takes place in the locker in the shower room and he's actually like telling him that he's a vampire now. Maybe a confused this because this is this has the guy from that commit suicide in dead Poets Society Right Well that's okay. Yeah I remember that because I was always like I really. I've seen that movie who probably twelve or thirteen times just because it's on. Hbo Or Cable Channel. I'll watch it but I really makes it. For me. As Roddy McDowell in that movie. He's such a fun character. Because we've all grown up and especially you peaches do a big fan of Elvira these people that host these midnight movies on the weekends and stuff like that and to see this kind of character actually be who doesn't believe in vampires doesn't believe in anything is just an actor. Become a fearless vampire hunter was. It was fun to see that process off because he kind of two plus. He's kind of Nellie. You know what I mean. He's like well. I couldn't fight vampires office and he's fighting. Vampires Manvier is a big old lesbian. She was. How old is that moving supposed to play a teenager? And I think she's like thirty years old or something she's gotTa be at least thirty or thirty one eight. That's why like a lot about these eighties. Movies is that they always have people in their thirties. Playing Teenagers Realize Joe. Hope for all of us who still hope for all well. We looked younger back then. There was something about that. And yes it did it. There was a fabulous Fright night screening where they brought back a ton of the cast and And people involved in the making in the movie in Los Angeles last month and it was it went so well that we're I'm thinking about kind of remounting it for midnight mass next Summer Fun Fun thome and then you can always bring any of these queer that are involved with. I mean well I would love to see William Ragsdale died. It doesn't see dead poet's society now the end. His father wouldn't let him be in a Shakespearean play in college and so he decided the best way out because I think the original screenplay said he had to be in the Shakespeare play and that's why he killed himself kid he didn't want to be fascinate. Shakespeare. Why I've just been beaten wife by theater so okay. So Rosemary's baby. How gays baby. How why do you guys hate Catholics? So much with Catholics. I just like the story of the Anti Christ to kind of I always tell people. It's my joke that I always try and watch it around Christmas because it really takes the edge off of the holidays. Is Everybody celebrating the birth of Christ? I'll celebrate the reason why you're like putting down the eggnog. That's part of the reason part of the reason. So what happens in Rosemary's baby rose what happens in Rosemary's baby is that Rosemary is married to a guy and he wants she wants to have a baby and so and he is a struggling actor and he wants to advance his career and so she and he make love one night. She thinks actually. She's been drugged by her neighbors. And so she gets pregnant with the devil child.

Freddie Rosemary murder Roddy McDowell Ed Stephen Jeffreys folsom Nellie Poets Society Right William Ragsdale Tracy Tyler Malcolm McDowell China Hbo Sarandon Los Angeles Andrew McCarthy Chris Elvira
"amanda beers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:07 min | 3 months ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"In the series as it plays itself out. I mean Freddie was not afraid to do drag you know. He went disguise himself as a woman. And make you know in part three. There's this fabulous seen. I was obsessed with in high school when it came out where he makes out with this really cute boy as topless nurse. Let's talk about the second movie of a nightmare partout to Freddie's prevents the Locker Room Scene Way Guy Gay as an MBA at them. The whole movie is Gay. The whole but by the time you get to that locker room nightmare. You know it a gym a male gym teacher dressed as a folsom street leatherman and if you don't believe me and he's Freddie is whipping their butts with towels and the blood and of course. The towels are so intense that they actually bleed but just he meets the coach in a bar. Beforehand doesn't and then they go to the locker room he's like I'm GonNa put you to work and then whatever happens after that so it turns out that the coach is actually gay and so he gets them doing naughty things in the boys room to the actual jocks announced. Boy just to the one boy and the whole movie in kind of about this. The the the protagonist in the film is a male. You know instead of it being a female he. It's a boy but he's very. Nellie and tortured and he has like a really cute guy best friend. He's very eighties kind of gay. He looks like is reminds me of Tracy Tyler when she was a guy really or like me in high school to like Andrew McCarthy you know sort of Saint Elmo's fire with with shoulder pad jacket with a little thinner and kind of more just has more. I don't know how to describe. You just had a very gay about him. The whole movies gay and they really equate the sort of the the Freddie thing being this dirty secret that he has inside of him. And it's like there's there's literally scenes in the movie where he's coming out to his you know his female friend and it's so funny watt though that as like sexually coming out to her no I if you can use it as a parallel you know explaining what really has been happening with the Freddie secret. You know because because nobody's going to believe that somebody's coming into murder him and his James Murder other people are taking over his life and stuff like that so he's China. Explain it to these people but it's almo sounds like he's like he might as well have just said. I'm gay rather than being taken over by some monsters murder. You know the way it's written and directed you could replace like Freddie with homosexuality So What let's move on to next movie here? How about frightened night right fright night to me? You know. It's one of those things where I loved it as a kid growing up and I think when you watch something like a nightmare on elm street part to even as a kid you know you're watching something that's pretty gay. Where's fright night? I didn't realize until later like I did a midnight mass show and invited evil. Ed The guy who plays evil? Ed Stephen Jeffreys who's openly gay and when we were doing the interview on stage and he started talking about being on set with Malcolm McDowell and Amanda Beers. It occurred to me like Oh my God like half the cast in this movie ended up being you know gay people time on the sets and so there's that side of it and then if you watch the movie itself you know Chris. Sarandon is living in this House with this other man and there's something really homo erotic about their relationship and even though there's the fact that they're vampires and you're figuring out you know that something's up next door there's also the sense that like you know the two men that live across the street. There's something wrong you know. There's something odd going on. There always seems like vampires though are metaphor almost in a way fruit for gay people. Certainly I run sexuality and they actually say that in that movie. I want to suck your cock new movies. They actually say that that bright night actually it was sort of like it's about the two teenage boys and and one of them becomes a vampire and he's like trying to tell him that he's a vampire and he's like that is so k. I. One Suck Cock. That's Buffy I think now. Was IT BUFFALO? I thought it was frightening that that takes place in the locker in the shower room. And he's actually like telling him that he's a vampire now. Maybe a confused this because this is this has the guy from that commit suicide in dead Poets Society Right Well that's okay. Yeah I remember that because I was always like I really. I've seen that movie who probably twelve or thirteen times just because it's on. Hbo Or Cable Channel. I'll watch it but I really makes it. For me. As Roddy McDowell in that movie. He's such a fun character. Because we've all grown up and especially you peaches do a big fan of Elvira these people that host these midnight movies on the weekends and stuff like that and to see this kind of character actually be who doesn't believe in vampires doesn't believe in anything is just an actor. Become a fearless vampire hunter was. It was fun to see that process off because he kind of two plus. He's kind of Nellie. You know what I mean. He's like well. I couldn't fight vampires office and he's fighting. Vampires Manvier is a big old lesbian. She was. How old is that moving supposed to play a teenager? And I think she's like thirty years old or something she's gotTa be at least thirty or thirty one eight. That's why like a lot about these eighties. Movies is that they always have people in their thirties. Playing Teenagers Joe. Hope for all of us who still hope for all well. We looked younger back then. There was something about that. And yes it did. It was fabulous Fright night screening where they brought back a ton of the cast and And people involved in the making in the movie in Los Angeles last month and it was it went so well that we're I'm thinking about kind of remounting it for midnight mass next Summer Fun Fun thome and then you can always bring any of these queer that are involved with. I mean well I would love to see William Ragsdale died. It doesn't see dead poet's society now the end. His father wouldn't let him be in a Shakespearean play in college and so he decided the best way out because I think the original screenplay said he had to be in the Shakespeare play and that's why he killed himself kid he didn't want to be fascinate. Shakespeare. Why I've just been beaten wife by theater so okay. So Rosemary's baby. How gays baby. How why do you guys hate Catholics? So much with Catholics. I just like the story of the Anti Christ to kind of I always tell people. It's my joke that I always try and watch it around Christmas because it really takes the edge off of the holidays. Is Everybody celebrating the birth of Christ? I'll celebrate the reason why you're like putting down the eggnog. That's part of the reason part of the reason. So what happens in Rosemary's baby rose what happens in Rosemary's baby is that Rosemary is married to a guy and he wants she wants to have a baby and so and he is a struggling actor and he wants to advance his career and so she and he make love one night. She thinks actually. She's been drugged by her neighbors. And so she gets pregnant with the devil child.

Freddie Rosemary murder Roddy McDowell Ed Stephen Jeffreys Nellie Poets Society Right folsom William Ragsdale Tracy Tyler Malcolm McDowell China Hbo Sarandon Los Angeles Andrew McCarthy Chris Elvira
"amanda beers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:06 min | 3 months ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"In the series as it plays itself out. I mean Freddie was not afraid to do drag you know. He went disguise himself as a woman. And make you know in part three. There's this fabulous seen. I was obsessed with in high school when it came out where he makes out with this really cute boy as topless nurse. Let's talk about the second movie of a nightmare partout to Freddie's prevents the Locker Room Scene Way Guy Gay as an MBA at them. The whole movie is Gay. The whole but by the time you get to that locker room nightmare. You know it a gym a male gym teacher dressed as a folsom street leatherman and if you don't believe me and he's Freddie is whipping their butts with towels and the blood and of course. The towels are so intense that they actually bleed but he meets the coach in a bar beforehand doesn't and then they go to the locker room he's like. I'M GONNA put you to work. And then whatever happens after that so it turns out that the coach is actually gay and so he gets them doing naughty things in the boys room to the actual jocks announced. Boy just to the one boy and the whole movie in kind of about this. The the the protagonist in the film is a male. You know instead of it being a female he. It's a boy but he's very. Nellie and tortured and he has like a really cute guy best friend. He's very eighties kind of gay. He looks like is reminds me of Tracy Tyler when she was a guy really or like me in high school to like Andrew McCarthy you know sort of Saint Elmo's fire with with shoulder pad jacket with a little thinner and kind of more just has more. I don't know how to describe. You just had a very gay about him. The whole movies gay and they really equate the sort of the the Freddie thing being this dirty secret that he has inside of him. And it's like there's there's literally scenes in the movie where he's coming out to his you know his female friend and it's so funny watt though that as like sexually coming out to her no I if you can use it as a parallel you know explaining what really has been happening with the Freddie secret. You know because because nobody's going to believe that somebody's coming into murder him and his James Murder other people are taking over his life and stuff like that so he's China. Explain it to these people but it's almo sounds like he's like he might as well have just said. I'm gay rather than being taken over by some monsters murder. You know the way it's written and directed you could replace like Freddie with homosexuality So What let's move on to next movie here? How about frightened night right fright night to me? You know. It's one of those things where I loved it as a kid growing up and I think when you watch something like a nightmare on elm street part to even as a kid you know you're watching something that's pretty gay. Where's fright night? I didn't realize until later like I did a midnight mass show and invited evil. Ed The guy who plays evil? Ed Stephen Jeffreys who's openly gay and when we were doing the interview on stage and he started talking about being on set with Malcolm McDowell and Amanda Beers. It occurred to me like Oh my God like half the cast in this movie ended up being you know gay people time on the sets and so there's that side of it and then if you watch the movie itself you know Chris. Sarandon is living in this House with this other man and there's something really homo erotic about their relationship and even though there's the fact that they're vampires and you're figuring out you know that something's up next door there's also the sense that like you know the two men that live across the street. There's something wrong you know. There's something odd going on. There always seems like vampires though are metaphor almost in a way fruit for gay people. Certainly I run sexuality actually say that in that movie. I want to suck your cock new movies. They actually say that that bright night actually it was sort of like it's about the two teenage boys and and one of them becomes a vampire and he's like trying to tell him that he's a vampire and he's like that is so k. i. One Suck Cock. That's Buffy I think now. Was IT BUFFALO? I thought it was frightened that that takes place in the locker in the shower room and he's actually like telling him that he's a vampire now. Maybe a confused this because this is this has the guy from that commit suicide in dead Poets Society Right Well that's okay. Yeah I remember that because I was always like I really. I've seen that movie would probably twelve or thirteen times just because it's on. Hbo Or Cable Channel. I'll watch it but I really makes it. For me. As Roddy McDowell in that movie. He's such a fun character. Because we've all grown up and especially you peaches do a big fan of Elvira these people that host these midnight movies on the weekends and stuff like that and to see this kind of character actually be who doesn't believe in vampires doesn't believe in anything is just an actor. Become a fearless vampire hunter was. It was fun to see that process off because he kind of two plus. He's kind of Nellie. You know what I mean. He's like well. I couldn't fight vampires office and he's fighting. Vampires Manvier is a big old lesbian. She was. How old is that moving supposed to play a teenager? And I think she's like thirty years old or something she's gotTa be at least thirty or thirty one eight. That's why like a lot about these eighties. Movies is that they always have people in their thirties. Playing Teenagers Realize Joe. Hope for all of us who still hope for all well. We looked younger back then. There was something about that. And yes it did it. There was a fabulous Fright night screening where they brought back a ton of the cast and And people involved in the making in the movie in Los Angeles last month and it was it went so well that we're I'm thinking about kind of remounting it for midnight mass next Summer Fun. Fun thome and then you can always bring any of these queer. That are involved with I. I mean well I would love to see William Ragsdale died. It doesn't see dead poet's society now the end. His father wouldn't let him be in a Shakespearean play in college and so he decided the best way out because I think the original screenplay said he had to be in the Shakespeare play and that's why he killed himself kid he didn't want to be fascinate. Shakespeare. Why I've just been beaten wife by theater so okay. So Rosemary's baby. How gays baby. How why do you guys hate Catholics? So much with Catholics. I just like the story of the Anti Christ to kind of I always tell people. It's my joke that I always try and watch it around Christmas because it really takes the edge off of the holidays. Is Everybody celebrating the birth of Christ? I'll celebrate the reason why you're like putting down the eggnog. That's part of the reason part of the reason. So what happens in Rosemary's baby rose what happens in Rosemary's baby is that Rosemary is married to a guy and he wants she wants to have a baby and so and he is a struggling actor and he wants to advance his career and so she and he make love one night. She thinks actually. She's been drugged by her neighbors. And so she gets pregnant with the devil.

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"amanda beers" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"P. s. t. e. r. Dot net today. I'm going to get into the second of three part series looking at vampires and vampire films up the night specifically with teenagers in the protagonist role last week. We looked at the loss boys this week. We go back a couple of years with fright night. From nineteen eighty five fright night is is a film that is rated R.. Although most people don't remember that it does have Nudity Gore violence and language run times in our and forty six minutes William Ragsdale gets the main starring role Chris Sarandon. Amanda Beers Roddy McDowell. Stephen Jeffries and Jonathan Stark are also in the film. Tom Holland is director as well as the screenwriter.

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"amanda beers" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We are live in the AllState skyline studio. And we're here until five AM. It's Friday, that means fly James Friday. Get your requests in funky stuff are and b three one two nine eight one seven two hundred all the regular Friday features coming up as well. We've been talking about the most annoying TV characters of all time, and it just came back here from the commercial with the theme from cheers. And in this article that have in front of me. They include Diane chambers. Play by the incomparable Shelley long. Diane chambers is waitress and then later girlfriend to bar owner Sam Malone, played by Ted Danson characters meant to be perceived as an intellectual element of class, amongst the gathering of barflies. But the Diane the writers came up with turned out to be a long winded pretentious, shrew with a superiority, complex, meaning she uses many big words to make people around her feel dumb, because they must always know, she's better than them this, of course, made a completely believable that she couldn't maintain any semblance of relationship, whether romantically or even with other female characters on the show. Yeah, I think Diane was kind of annoying, but. Shelley long was just so great on that show. Was fantastic than she left and then made movies troop Beverly Hills. That was a good move on her part. She struggled in the movies until she did a movie based on a TV show. Brady bunch. So she's trying to make movies in the movie, the movie that came became the most successful movie, she ever did was the to Brady bunch movies, course. They include Newman and Seinfeld gifts included. Seems like an obvious choice. I guess it is here we go. We haven't heard this one yet. Screech. No saved by the bell. Yeah. Dustin diamond. Oh, what a what a scumbag. Yeah. Remember when he released the porn? Yes. Trying to get back into his trying to get back to, you know, to some sort of get some sort of publicity released a homemade porn tape. God. Duke from Elgin, says Nick, Rachel Ray and Paula Deen. Well, they're not characters on TV show. So, and I do find both of them, annoying, especially Rachel. Rachel Ray makes me. No. It's not only is personality annoying. But she is a terrible cook. Yeah. A racist. Yeah. Seven seven three georgette on all know Georgetta Mary Tyler Moore Hughes. She just passed away to the actress who played. She just passed away. I love Georgia. She's Larry's run the mill right? We have a millwright listening to the show. The year is fifteen eighty-five Sheldon from big bang theory. He's gotta be the number one most annoying character ever. Agreed. He not only is he a, a man of, of substance. Keeping a mill he also had Sheldon. So I like Iran. All right. Let's see. Here's James on WGN James born and make are you doing? All right. What's up? Nominate of unnecess- on the comedy show. Care, the one who talked to one hundred miles an hour. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. It's a good one. I completely forgot about that character. But yeah. Actual real name again. She did she expose during the. Trial or something like the character. I have no idea. I'm not I'm not sure I don't know. All right. James, thanks, man buried holiday to buddy. Here's a Rick on WGN. Hey, rick. Yeah. Yeah. The, the golden girls. Oh, no. No. Come on, man. Really? Even on annoys me. Impractical jokers or using thing sung in commercial. Oh, are they? Yeah. Okay. Now. Not really a TV show characters. They're just right. All right. Rick, thanks. Yeah. I totally disagree with that. Love the golden girls of the golden girls here. So amazing awesome. There are awesome. All right. Let's see. We got a urkel, of course gets mentioned in this article. George Costanza and Seinfeld as mentioned in the article. And I totally disagree. Easy. He's like I said before, if you're going to pick any characters from the from Seinfeld, it's understandable, because all the characters are pretty much unlikable and and, and a bit annoying. But George castanza's the best character on Seinfeld. I was in the pool. He's the best, the best episode ever of Seinfeld in my opinion is the opposite. When George does the opposite of every instinct he has he gets the job with the Yankees, you know what I mean. He picks up the girl. My name is George Costanza. My name is George. I'm unemployed. And I live with my, my live with my parents. Oh, hi. That's a that is such a perfect episode of Seinfeld. Because the main story is George realizing that every instinct he ever had is, is stupid. So he does the opposite. Meanwhile. Elaine is doing is do is was on this role and then she starts to fall apart and do all the bad like her instincts are also pretty bad. So she thinks she's turning into George George is becoming successful by not listening to anything that he instinctively wants to do. Jerry's even even-steven. That's the one where he's, you know, he's e- everything evens out for him. And that's the that's also the in all of us in the same episode Kramer's on the book tour for the coffee table book and does the region in England. The, the book about confortable is a coffee turns in to a coffee, too many spits coffee all over the place in a cancel the, the cancel the book tour. That's all in one episode all of that, all of that brilliance is in one single episode. George Costanza now. You know how I met your mother? Yes. Ted mas. Be Ted Moesby med Moesby. He's the central character narrating the year. He's the story. Yeah. He's, he's the man who is trying to meet the mother, I see. And would you agree with him being an annoying character by by the time you get to pass season about four or five, yes? Because it's just like their drawing it out. And he just keeps asking acting like a complete moron. He so whiny just want to be married and I'm just like can you calm down for like five seconds and he'd be a fully-fledged character? I totally disagree with this. Marcy D'Arcy for married with children and. Not because I met the lovely Amanda bears, and she basically single like saved, what could have been a disaster on the second night of the, of the of the flashback. Really? Oh yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. She was there because she's in fright night. And we screened, fright night outside and the screen that we that we use outside is a big giant inflatable screen, fright night starts, it deflates, the giant screen completely deflates. She jumped up as soon as it happened because it was going to pump it back up. She jumped up without, you know, she was just there with a couple of friends, and they were in the back what they were gonna watch the movie, and she jumped up jumped in front of in front of the crowd, the crowd is Pat, we were packed. And she just starts riffing with the crowd. And so Finally, I jumped up, and I got her a Mike. I gave her a Mike and then I grab the mic and I was like, in the audience feeling questions. So took about fifteen minutes. He's filling the time via very entertaining and really hilarious fills, the time they inflate the thing. Everybody's like as let's hear it for Amanda beers. Movie starts five. Fits in deflates again. Cheese. She jumps up again. We get the Mike and she does fifteen minutes again. And then finally the movie starts, everything is fine. They inflate but she, she didn't have to do that. And the next day I just came up to her, you know, tour tour table and I was like that was unbelievable that you did that that was like you know, nobody would do that. And she's like egg, it's you know, I wanted to watch the movie myself, and she's lovely. And if you look on, on our office window there, there's an autographed picture from. Yeah. Of her from from married with children. I loved her on married with children. But now here's the last one, we're going to talk about. I want to mention is, is actually on the list in at number one. And we talked about this actress we in fact talked about this actress yesterday. And it's Dharma Finkelstein from Dharma. Thank god. One of the most annoying characters ever in anything and yeah. It made me really, really not like Jennifer elephant at all. You know, just that character like every time I saw I just thought of Dharma. But then she redeemed herself, right? With looney tunes lunatic. Tunes going nuts. She's also, you know what else? What other movie she's good in. A can't hardly wait. I never really understood why people really liked that movie. I really liked it. It's not my, it's not even my generation. Yeah, I really liked. I never got around to why should enjoy that movie but. Just for the Seth green Lauren what's her name Ambrose seen locked in the bathroom. That's the best stuff in the movie. So all right. All right. We'll take a break here. And we got the news coming up after the news, we're going to dive into to Vic Vaughn, brain and his music with Vicks picks, that's coming up news is up after this. G in. Smart features mobile devices, and the fifty thousand watt mothership, seven twenty WGN Chicago than ever before, everywhere. Steve Grzanich.

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"amanda beers" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A story about rescued wolves and the troubled children who walk with them how they're helping and healing each other Gloria Hillard reports from a wolf sanctuary in the high desert north of Los Angeles. Been hoodies and well-worn sneakers. They city kids are making their way up the mountain leading them is a wolf named mama. For many of the teens. This youth empowerment program called wolf connection is their last chance kicked out of school in gangs in and out of foster homes when program later, Amanda, beer, asked them for one word that describes their strength. The tough kids struggle the wolves never themselves. They always have their own bag. They also have each other's back. So let's hear this is who I am. This is my Tallboy his eyes fixed on the ground. Finally, speaks aggression. The wolves often respond this way, and when they do the teens in the circle are respectful and silent one of them is Charlie. We're not using the last names of the juvenile's because some are victims of abuse. Sometimes they just how just encourages shows. I cannot alone. I've learned a lot from by how they deal with their problems and stuff Charlie has had his own trauma. Now's younger. My mom had a bad boyfriend. Saas husband was a pedophile and. My mom. I got with this person announced like around five the wolf Charlie gravitated to is Koda who had been abused and chained to a pole as a roadside attraction in Alaska and a Phil. How could it feels when the kids listen to the stories of the wolves? They often hear their own story says Tayo Farell the founder of wolf connection these wolves and wolves dogs come from abuse, neglect, mistreatment and the user come from abused neglected treatment over the course of eight weeks, the teens interact closely with the wolves and wolf dogs forming a strong bond says program leader, Amanda beer. They start standing up straighter. They come in with a smile, maybe even a hugger they laugh and tell you a story. And so I we watched them transition those positive outcomes were the subject of two studies conducted by Claremont graduate university. They found that the teens grew in self reflection and insight as well as being able to open up and trust others. Near the end of the program. Detains meet in a sharing circle outside strong. Winds buffet the canvas. Inside some stories come into rush. Others in bits and pieces the kids with the defiant bravado, just weeks earlier are quiet some have tears in their eyes and sharing on this day is Layla she pulls the sleeves of her sweatshirt over her hands as she talks. Already like every day. Right. Knowing a lot of you guys story. The fifteen year old says in the beginning, she wasn't hopeful that she would finish wolf connections program. I didn't think I was going to be. Birom so much people for that long..

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"amanda beers" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on KCRW

"Edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon three million people granted access to clean water four million children, given food charities publicize their work. They tend to focus on successes, but today story about a charity. That's proud to announce that it's failing NPR's Eisenman explains in business. If you're trying to sell a product that people don't have use for they won't buy it. You've run out of money. Okay. Right. I mean, you shut down. That's Karen Levy for the last twenty years. She's worked in the business of aid trying to help the world's poor where she says that rule does not apply. Historically, what got funded was good proposals not necessarily good impactful programs Levy who trained in social policy and planning at the London. School of economics says the trouble is the people being served by aid programs are not the ones paying the Bill. Goes to donors foundations governments that for years have largely had to base their decisions on whether a program sounded good. You can keep an ineffective program funded for years. If you're good at sunrays. But over the last decade, there's been a major push by economists to do rigorous research on poverty, basically run experiments to figure out which solutions actually work Levy works. For charity called evidence action whose mission is to look for the most promising experiments, then scale them up massively each the lives of millions or tens of millions of people. And at every stage it runs tests to see if it's programs are still working if we find that they're not having impact then will shut it down. Now that commitment is being put to the test with one of evidence actions. Most prominent ventures a program to help rural farmhands in Bangladesh during what's called the lean season a three month period. Every winter when the fields lie empty, and there's no work Oxman, Bushwick, Mubarak is a development economist at Yale. You see that up to forty forty five percent of people report that they regularly miss meals instead of three meals they'll cut down to two it's particularly hard on children. It can lead to stunting which leads to cognitive problems traditional aid food distribution food for work programmes is too expensive to reach all of these farmhands suit Mubarak had an idea instead of trying to bring jobs to where people in rural areas are encourage people to move go to various towns or cities. So that they could go find work for themselves. Offer them a tiny loan around twenty dollars to buy a bus ticket to the closest urban area where for the duration of the lean season. They can get a job like pulling a rickshaw Mubarak's early tests were so successful evidence action decided to take it up their first round of loans in two thousand fourteen targeted thirty five. Hundred households. Here's Levi again, I happen to be in the DC office when the results came in. And we were you know, a bunch of geeks jumping up and down in the conference room. Looking at the tables the loan roughly doubled the number of people who decided to try their luck in the city and those who went earned enough to give their families and additional meal each day in the world results like that. Yeah. That certainly doesn't come along every day soon. Evidence action was going big raising eleven million dollars to scale up to one hundred sixty thousand households in two thousand seventeen then this past fall the results from that 2017 round came in. It was very sad. I mean, I was I was very disappointed the loan offer had not induced anyone who wasn't already planning to go to the city to make the trip. Evidence action is doing one final round of loans to see if they can figure out what went wrong, but they've also announced that if they can't solve the problem. They will not. Not seek new funding. This is quite unusual Catherine Hollander is with give well in organization that researches charities to come up with an annual recommended shortlist for donors in the fall of thousand seventeen evidence actions programme made the list for twenty eighteen the charity said don't consider us Hollander says this was a smart move. It makes us trust them more. You know, the response that we've gotten from folks in our network who use our research has been positive evidence actions. Levy says she hopes their example will inspire other charities to own up to failure. It's sad. When something that you thought might actually solve a problem turns out not to but it's much sadder to waste resources narrate Eisenman NPR news tomorrow and weakened tradition. Sunday this week with Layla fato antiquities in Yemen are being plunder by criminals and extremists another tragedy in a country struggling with four and starvation. You can listen to borrow by asking your smart speaker to play in. NPR and your station by name. Now, a story about rescued wolves and the troubled children who walk with them other helping and healing each other Gloria Hillard reports from a wolf sanctuary in the high desert north of Los Angeles. In hoodies and well-worn sneakers. They city kids are making their way up the mountain leading them is a wolf named Marlow. For many of the teens. This youth empowerment program called wolf connection is their last chance kicked out of school in gangs in and out of foster homes when program later, Amanda, beer, asked them for one word that describes their strength. The tough kids struggle the wolves never themselves. They always have their own back. They also have each other's back. So let's hear this is who I am my a tall. Boy. His eyes fixed on the ground. Finally, speaks aggression. The wolves often.

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"amanda beers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Way, and when they do the teens in the circle are respectful and silent one of them is Charlie. We're not using the last names of the juvenile's because some are victims of abuse. Sometimes they just how just encourage us to shows. I cannot alone. I've learned a lot from them by how they deal with their traumas and stuff Charlie has had his own trauma, knowledge anger. Had a bad boyfriend husband was a pedophile and. My mom. I got with this person knows like around five so wolf Charlie gravitated to is Koda who had been abused and chained to a pole as a roadside attraction in Alaska, and a Phil how could it feels when the kids listen to the stories of the wolves? They often hear their own story says Tayo feral the founder of connection these walls on wolves dogs come from abuse neglect mistreatment and the us serve come from abuse neglect mistreatment over the course of eight weeks, the teens interact closely with the wolves and wolf dogs forming a strong bond says program leader, Amanda beer. They start standing up straighter. They come in with a smile, maybe even a hugger they laugh and tell you a story. And so I we watched them transition those positive outcomes were the subject of two studies conducted by Claremont graduate university. They found that the teens grew in self reflection and insight as well as being able to open up and trust others. Near the end of the program. Detains meet in a sharing circle outside strong. Winds buffet the canvas here. Inside some stories come into rush. Others in bits and pieces the kids with a defiant bravado, just weeks earlier are quiet some have tears in their eyes and sharing on this day is Layla she pulls the sleeves of her sweatshirt over her hands as she talks finding already like every. Right. But knowing a lot of you guys story the fifteen year old says in the beginning, she wasn't hopeful that she would finish with connections program. I didn't think I was going to be able to be your own so much people for that long. Layla talks about a wolf named Mikey shy. And not.

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"amanda beers" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on KCRW

"Wolves often respond this way, and when they do the teens in the circle are respectful and silent one of them is Charlie. We're not using the last names of the juvenile's because some are victims of abuse. Sometimes they just how just encourages to shows like, you're not alone. I've learned a lot from them by how they deal with their traumas and stuff Charlie has had his own trauma knowledge. Anger on my mom had a bad boyfriend. Saas husband was a pedophile and. Mom, I got with this person knows like around five the wolf Charlie gravitated to is Koda who had been abused and chained to a pole as a roadside attraction in Alaska and a Phil how coda feels when the kids listen to the stories of the wolves. They often hear their own story says Tayo Farell the founder of wolf connection. These walls on wolves dogs come from abuse neglect mistreatment the youth that we serve come from abuse neglect treatment over the course of eight weeks, the teens interact closely with the wolves and wolf dogs forming a strong bond says program leader, Amanda beer. They start standing up straighter. They come in with a smile, maybe even a harder they laugh and tell you a story. And so we watch them transition those positive outcomes where the subject of two studies conducted by Claremont graduate university. They found that the. Pains grew in self reflection and insight as well as being able to open up and trust others. Near the end of the program. The teens meet in a sharing circle outside strong. Winds buffet, the canvas you. Inside some stories come in a rush others in bits and pieces the kids with a defiant bravado, just weeks earlier are quiet some have tears in their eyes and sharing on this day is Layla she pulls the sleeves of her sweatshirt over her hands as she talks..

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"amanda beers" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wolves often respond this way, and when they do the teens in the circle are respectful and silent one of them is Charlie. We're not using the last names of the juvenile's because some are victims of abuse. Sometimes they just how encourages shows I cannot alone. I've learned a lot from by how they deal with traumas and stuff Charlie has had his own trauma, knowledge younger. My mom had a bad boyfriend. Saas husband was a pedophile and. My mom. I got with this person around five the wolf Charlie gravitated to is Koda who had been abused and chained to a pole as a roadside attraction in Alaska and a full how coda feels when the kids listen to the stories of the wolves. They often hear their own story says Tayo Farell the founder of wolf connection. These on wolves dogs come from abuse neglect mistreatment and the youth that we serve come from abuse neglect treatment over the course of eight weeks, the teens interact closely with the wolves and wolf dogs forming a strong bond says program leader, Amanda beer. They start standing up straighter. They come in with a smile, maybe even a hugger they laugh and tell you a story. And so we watch them transition those positive outcomes where the subject of two studies conducted by Claremont graduate university. They found that the teens grew in self reflection and insight as well as being able to open up and trusted. Near the end of the program. Detains meet in a sharing circle outside strong. Winds buffet the canvas shirt. Inside some stories come in a rush others in bits and pieces the kids with the defiant bravado, just weeks earlier are quiet some have tears in their eyes and sharing on this day is Layla she pulls the sleeves of her sweatshirt over her hands as she talks. Really like me every day. Right. But knowing a lot of you guys story the fifteen year old says in the beginning, she wasn't hopeful that she would finish with connections program. Having think I was going to be able to be. So much people for that long..

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"amanda beers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Four million children given food twenty five billion families given bed. Nets to protect against malarial mosquitoes. Charity's publicize their work. They tend to focus on successes, but today story about a charity. That's proud to announce that it's failing NPR's Eisenman explains in business. If you're trying to sell a product that people don't have use for they won't buy it. You've run out of money. Right. I mean, you shut down. That's Karen Levy for the last twenty years. She's worked in the business of aid trying to help the world's poor where she says that rule does not apply. Historically, what our son did was good proposals not necessarily good impactful programs Levy who trained in social policy and planning at the London. School of economics says the trouble is the people being served by aid programs are not the ones paying the Bill goes to donors foundations governments that for years have largely had to base their decisions on whether a program sounded good. You can keep an ineffective program. Son did three years if you're good at sun racing. But over the last decade, there's been a major push by economists to do rigorous research on poverty, basically, run experiments to figure out which solutions actually work Levy works for a charity called evidence action whose mission is to look for the most promising. Experiments then scale them up massively reach the lives of millions or tens of millions of people. And at every stage it runs tests to see if it's programs are still working if we find that they're not having an impact then will shut it down. Now that commitment is being put to the test with one of evidence actions. Most prominent ventures a program to help rural farmhands in Bangladesh during what's called the lean season a three month period. Every winter when the fields lie empty, and there's no work Oxman, Bushwick, Mubarak is a development economist at Yale. You see that up to forty forty five percent of people report that they regularly miss meals instead of three meals they'll cut down to two it's particularly hard on children. It can lead to stunting which leads to cognitive problems traditional aid food distribution food for work programmes is too expensive to reach all of these farmhands suit Mubarak. Had an idea instead of trying to bring jobs to where people in rural areas are encourage people to move go to various towns or cities. So that they could go find worked for themselves offer them tiny loan around twenty dollars to buy a bus ticket to the closest urban area where for the duration of the lean season. They can get a job like pulling a rickshaw Mubarak's early tests were so successful evidence action decided to take it up their first round of loans in two thousand fourteen targeted thirty five hundred households. Here's Levi again, I happen to be in the DC office when the results came in. And we were you know, a bunch of geeks jumping up and down in the conference room. Looking at the tables the loan roughly doubled the number of people who decided to try their luck in the city and those who went earned enough to give their families and additional meal each day in the world results like that. Yeah. That certainly doesn't come along every day soon. Evidence action was going big race. Using eleven million dollars to scale up to one hundred sixty thousand households in 2017, then this past fall the results from that 2017 round came in. It was very sad. I mean, I was I was very disappointed the loan offer had not induced anyone who wasn't already planning to go to the city to make the trip. Evidence action is doing one final round of loans to see if they can figure out what went wrong, but they've also announced that if they can't solve the problem. They will not seek new funding. This is quite unusual Catherine Hollander is with give well in organization that researches charities to come up with an annual recommended shortlist for donors in the fall of two thousand seventeen evidence actions programme made the list for twenty eighteen the charity said don't consider us Hollander says this was a smart move. It makes us trust them more. You know, the response that we've gotten from folks in our network who use our research has been. Positive evidence actions Levy says she hopes their example will inspire other charities to own up to failure. It's sad. When something that you thought might actually solve a problem turns out not to but it's much sadder to waste resources narrate Eisenman NPR news tomorrow, and we condition Sunday this week with Layla bottle. Antiquities in Yemen are being plundered by criminals and extremists another tragedy in a country struggling with four and starvation. You can listen to borrow by asking your smart speaker to play NPR and your station by name. Our story about rescued wolves and the troubled children who walk with them how they're helping and healing each other Gloria Hillard reports from a wolf sanctuary in the high desert north of Los Angeles. Hoodies and well-worn sneakers. They city kids are making their way up the mount leading them is a wolf named mom. For many of the teens. This youth empowerment program called wolf connection is their last chance kicked out of school in gangs in and out of foster homes when program later, Amanda, beer, asked them for one word that describes their strength. The tough kids struggle, the wolves never doubt themselves. They always have their own bag. They also have each other's back. So let's hear this is who I am. This was my a tall. Boy. His eyes fixed on the ground. Finally, speaks aggression. The wolves often respond this.

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"amanda beers" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on KCRW

"Four million children given food twenty five million families given bed nets to protect against malarial mosquitoes. Charity's publicize their work. They tend to focus on successes, but today story about a charity. That's proud to announce that it's failing NPR's Eisenman explains in business. If you're trying to sell a product that people don't have use for they won't buy it run out of money. Right. I mean, you shut down. That's Karen Levy for the last twenty years. She's worked in the business of aid trying to help the world's poor where she says that rule does not apply. Historically, what guy son did was good proposals not necessarily good impactful programs Levy who trained in social policy and planning at the London. School of economics says the trouble is the people being served by aid programs are not the ones paying the Bill goes to donors foundations governments that for years have largely had to base their decisions on whether a program sounded good. You can keep an ineffective program funded for years. If you're good at sunrise. But over the last decade, there's been a major push by economists to do rigorous research on poverty, basically, run experiments to figure out which solutions actually work Levy, works for charity called evidence action whose mission is to look for the most promising. Experiments then scale them up massively each the lives of millions or tens of millions of people. And at every stage it runs tests to see if it's programs are still working if we find that they're not having impact then will shut it down. Now that commitment is being put to the test with one of evidence actions. Most prominent ventures a program to help rural farmhands in Bangladesh during what's called the lean season a three month period. Every winter when the fields lie empty, and there's no work Oxman, Bushwick, Mubarak is development economist at Yale. You see that up to forty forty five percent of people report that they regularly miss meals instead of three meals, they'll cut down to its particularly hard on children. It can lead to stunting which leads to cognitive problems traditional aid food distribution food for work programmes is too expensive to reach all of these farmhands suit Mubarak. Had an idea instead of trying to bring jobs to where people in rural areas are encourage people to move go to various towns or cities. So that they could go find work for themselves. Offer them tiny loan around twenty dollars to buy a bus ticket to the closest urban area where for the duration of the lean season. They can get a job like pulling a rickshaw Mubarak's early tests were so successful evidence action decided to take it up their first round of loans in two thousand fourteen targeted thirty five hundred households. Here's Levi again, I happened to be in the DC office when the results came in. And we were you know, a bunch of geeks jumping up and down in the conference room. Looking at the tables the loan roughly doubled the number of people who decided to try their luck in the city and those who went earned enough to give their families and additional meal each day in the world results like that. Yeah. That certainly doesn't come along every day soon. Evidence action was going big. Raising eleven million dollars to scale up to one hundred sixty thousand households in two thousand seventeen then this past fall the results from that 2017 round came in. It was very sad. I mean, I was I was very disappointed the loan offer had not induced anyone who wasn't already planning to go to the city to make the trip. Evidence action is doing one final round of loans to see if they can figure out what went wrong, but they've also announced that if they can't solve the problem. They will not seek new funding. This is quite unusual Catherine Hollander is with give well in organization that researches charities to come up with an annual recommended shortlist for donors in the fall of two thousand seventeen evidence actions programme made the list for twenty eighteen the charity said don't consider us Hollander says this was a smart move. It makes us trust them more. You know, the response that we've gotten from folks in our network who use our research has. Been positive evidence actions. Levy says she hopes their example will inspire other charities to own up to failure. It's sad. When something that you thought might actually solve a problem turns out not to but it's much sadder to waste resources Narita Eisenman NPR news tomorrow and weakened edition Sunday this week with Layla fossil antiquities and Yemen are being plunder by criminals and extremists another tragedy in a country struggling with war and starvation. You can listen to borrow by asking your smart speaker to play NPR and your station by name. Now, a story about rescued wolves and the troubled children who walk with them how they're helping and healing each other Gloria Hillard reports from a wolf sanctuary in the high desert north of Los Angeles. Then hoodies and well-worn sneakers they city kids are making their way up the mountain leading them is a wolf named Marlow. For many of the teens. This youth empowerment program called wolf connection is their last chance kicked out of school in gangs in and out of foster homes when program later, Amanda, beer, asked them for one word that describes their strength. The tough kids struggle the wolves never themselves. They always have their own back. They also have each other's back. Let's hear. This is who I am. This is my Tallboy his eyes fixed on the ground. Finally, speaks aggression. The.

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"amanda beers" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Details in terms and conditions. How's everybody? Doing naked Gilio here on him a little trouble with the headphones. I don't know. I got a big head. They're small. We've got these new headphones that are there that are attached to every Mike in in both studios, and they are top top of the line. Sure. Sure headphones and they are sponsored by AllState AllState logo on the side of them. And is having a little difficulty putting him on. They're really they're really fancy and used to like when I used to work here. I had one that was hanging on to put them together. Every I kind of a low tech kind of a gal. Yeah. Well, now that we've got all these fancy schmancy studios here. They wanted to have the headphones be as fancy schmancy is the studio. Yeah. It's all new stuff. I mean, it's incredible. This studio looks like your old studio a little bit like the setup is very similar in here. Very comforting. Because if I was visiting in the space age Jetsons, the situation, I would really have a problem. Yeah. This feels like regular does better lighting than the other one. Yeah. The leading lighting was a little often that in the one or the other things that that was better a little bit better about the seventh floor of the trip building. Even though it set up almost exactly studio there was a bathroom right there. That's right. There was a bathroom fifteen feet from where? Drink a lot of water. I drink a ton of water. Of water. So well now, I just got to walk down the hall. It's not that far. No, no. So. Yeah. So I just really am loving loving loving hearing about all the flashbacks stuff. I loved hearing about this. I mean, I love doing it. It's a blast. It's always my favorite one of my favorite episodes is your recap. Yeah. Oh, it's so good. We are pretty interesting recap this year. Yeah. Because at one point during an outdoor screening the inflatable collapsed twice, right? And the great Amanda beers from married with children. She like MC. Save the day. She's hilarious. Chase. Oh, really cool woman. Very very, very cool. So, but yeah, no. It was it was it was a really fun fun. Sounded great. Yeah. It sounds really great. So now, what is say? In addition to that. Now you now since we last had you on the show. Yeah. You actually did a show with my alma mater. You did a show with the fact. Oh my gosh. That's right. I it's been that long. Oh my gosh. Since you've been on the show you all right? Tell me about your experience working with the factory. Well, you know, they like they like to drink. I just said I don't drink. So it was it was interesting. So, yeah, it's one of the reasons I I I haven't seen those people in a very long. It is a they are a a nice rowdy bunch, and they're wonderful wonderful and some of my best friends. Yes. I just can't be around rounded. It's interesting thing. I had fun. And I also met some really great people. And I had I had a lovely time. I also am just getting older. And when you're young you can do a lot. I mean, you when you're old you can do a lot of drink, but the damage is more severe and so good for them. Go for you did fight city. Right. And who'd you play in that I played I played the the the mother of the lead character, and I also played like some other bit characters. And I I played the old lady. Basically, I love dead, and I didn't do any fighting. It was a big fight combat. Yeah. I was like, oh, no. I'm not doing any hobbies sitting over here. Tell me when you need me that sounds that sounds exactly like what I'd wanted. So sure humans. I'm not a party. Dear. So, but they they, you know, good for them. They've been doing this a long time twenty five years so they're entering their twenty season. And it's the next show is written by Manny mile area. He's good people. Great person is really good people. See I was in that since I've been here. And and I basically I just I get any of the did you do any of these Chicago dick wolf shows. I go in for the, you know, it's so funny. I go in for them all the time. Yeah. Never book it. And I I just it's like. I booked empire. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That was hilarious. Just hilarious. And would you work with Sarah in it? No. I didn't work with Sara. I worked with this. This Lucius is the woman who plays Lucy's mother. Anyway, Terrence house. Yeah. Yes. She was love. Everyone was lovely. I had a great time. The dick wolf shows. I go in for like office assistant, number one, two three five garbage woman. Whatever never book it. But you know, what I'm telling you is for the birds. Yeah. No control, you just walk in. You're like, well, I guess I don't know if that was terrible. Right. But then you never hear. Yeah. I got it gets so tiring. Well, my friend, Mike view. Yeah. He. That's why he left LA. Yeah. I mean, that's why you left it's crazy. And he, you know, he went out there thinking, okay? You know, what I'm doing really well here in Chicago. It was on television on television. He was he booked a bunch of stuff, right? This removed back from LA. Oh, but even like all the he had done. He's done a lot of theater, and he booked he booked a bunch of commercials and stuff like that. And then he moved out to LA. He was out there two thousand for. He was he was he was there for nine months. Yeah. And in the middle of the night. After you know, like not being happy. Yeah. He came home loaded up his truck and left. Yeah. Just left in the middle of the night. You still have three months left on his least he didn't care, and he just left. You can't take it. Sometimes. No. And so that's why he can eat something else like writing or something I sit tell people take up crochet. Do something asides just acting. I mean, some people could just act Jennifer Lawrence is doing an okay job for herself. But most people need a hobby. Otherwise, our second thing. Yeah. No, it's true. Do you want to have some sort of backup plan when you're doing that? Because it can be really I mean also could just be like if you take it really really seriously could be soul-crushing. It's also nobody knows what they're doing. Just pick you to like us. She's she's got Brown hair. She's too bad. She's too. It's like that. It has nothing to do with talents. Drew hang out. Okay. Jim buzzword this year. We're going to take a break. The news is coming up next.

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"amanda beers" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"No chance of winning If you if you are opposed to the environment raise your hand Gosh I don't see anybody opposed to. The environment here's the. Problem I, have with the green party candidate Ohio, is part alien Yeah. That's right and when you read that's like why are. You voting for him Yeah I understand you? May, not like the. Other two options. But, why figured. This guy's the best, choice yeah, listening look aliens I don't know Sivan burns who? Sivan, burns I've never. Heard of him Sivan burns rights do you see what you. Are doing you didn't want people to. Vote their choice you wanted. Them to vote your way Because you didn't jump up to you didn't jump to Russian meddling, you can believe your. Way is the right. Way but you don't but don't. Bash others were, not agreeing with you or insinuate things. Well but he's not wrong I've got? A feeling he's just your ordinary everyday American. Not not a not a Hollywood star I like, to listen Milano as a character actress Is she. Been anything else I, think she was in charmed I never saw. Charm those under the? WB back about ten fifteen years ago what? Was it about which is determined Which is? Well witches yeah I thought you, I thought you were saying which is, which is what which, is which is all. Right Dion. Sanders birthday today you know, how old is I'm gonna say primetime, today is fifty five Your close fifty one Gillian Anderson, X-Files Dr Dana Scully I'm gonna, say she is. Forty nine. Years old. Very good she's fifty Oh married with children's MARCY, rose DRC plead. Amanda beers. The neighbor Is sixty Melanie Griffith, who says you'll never. Get married again sixty one That's all all? Sam Elliot how, old do you think Sam, Elliott is Sam Elliott is seventy four and looks great Have you seen the the show the ranch It's, on Netflix And it's it's it's become one. Of our favorites It's just it's. It's very, funny, but dramatic at times as well Which the final episode was for the season but it's great Ashton Kucher isn't it Debra winger's in it, pleased their mom Danny Masterson is in. It was And Sam Elliott Sam Elliott and Debra winger are estranged But it's it's, you know if you don't, like profanity you won't, like, to show but. It's a very very very well done, very, funny. Show about a ranching family In trying. To remember as a Colorado or Wyoming Colorado Or. Wyoming it's hard to tell the difference What sorry about that. Technical issue is trying to fix A technical issue technical issue what. Technical, issue maybe. Clock? Was off by about two seconds oh all right And now how old, do you, think, Sam, Elliott is, I'm. Gonna say seventy, six close. Seventy four looks.

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"amanda beers" Discussed on AM730

AM730

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"amanda beers" Discussed on AM730

"Behalf the jer fine could be paid before the just judge of all the world steven this is an invitation to be reconciled to gone the commandos rip and entrust in jesus christ and then you will be reconciled the god because of what jesus the reconciler did on your behalf he was a amanda beer representative he was gone so that the sacrifice could be satisfactory to god the father jesus the god man stands ready to forgive you but you gotta lay down the postmodern business and the ideology and repent entrust him and him alone and he will not cast hard i would beg you to think about this today and nothing else because this is the biggest thing in the world what is it prophet aman if he games the whole world and becomes of physics teacher but loses his soul jesus commands you this day to repent entrusted him you need to determine whether what i'm saying to his crew falls will you at least consider that today now because as the bible says i'm going to how any way there it doesn't matter what i do or you're right because as a homosexual i'm going to hell anyway what is so much sexuelle at the delivers in the bible it says as long as you are homosexual you're going how anyway let me tell you what else the bible says homosexuals while thieves all liars all blasphemers while adulterers every sinner will go to hell eurocentre just like me and him mm and her but i'm not going to hell because i've been forgiven of all the my sins just like you can be forgiven of all of your sins but you've authored tried to stop all of your sends and i can't try and stop being homosexual well you're you're white but jesus will give you a new heart with new desires that may be as mean.

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