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Fresh update on "amanda knox" discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"We would watch pactel's after packed house coming out wiping tears off their face and we were like fuck. That could have been us. You know what i mean. That should have been us. That was us. You know what i mean. We didn't get. I think there's garth brooks song. Is there somebody where he talks about. I thank god for my unanswered prayers. Right right because we wouldn't have written goodwill hunting like we. We ended up writing out of necessity goodwill hunting. And guess what robin williams was in. There was a better plan. You just didn't want to control control with it as it so so you never know i mean life is crazy and and you know you just gotta keep trying to do good work and and you know i mean had i had i done avatar. It's like my favorite john kuczynski story. When we were writing promise together. And i told john i passed on ten percent of ad avatar. John jumped up and he starts walking around the kitchen. And he's like okay. Okay okay okay. Okay because nothing in your life would different nothing matt. Nothing in your life would be different if you had done avatar. Except you and i would be having this conversation in space. I would as yeah. That's it and then the guys who actually have that money actually launched themselves in giant. Today's penises like space rockets penis rockets. In fucking go to space. You can't write this shit though you can coming full circle. Yes tom mccarthy Came back to you. Thanks thankfully with the right role and the right project This is fascinating when i it makes sense. Tom's work if you look at it because it kind of combines the different elements. He's done it completes his like displaced men box set which i feel like it's like the visitor and station agent but it also has this like amazing kind of procedural thriller kind of aspect of spotlight and i think that's what makes it work. What makes it endlessly. Fascinating is kind of keeps kind of just keeps you on your toes but i would also imagine. That's the fear is like. Can we blend all this together. As character study and this thriller all gonna blend together as a writer as a creator going in. This is all gonna kinda gel. i mean. they're if you're really literal about things and you need to and you need to put it in genre. I mean and i think in america. That's definitely more the case with credits like we need to. I know what is this. What what are you showing me right now. You know what i mean. What's the comp. Give me wasn't what they think studios think right leg and and that's kind of the way we talk about the film business in this country but for me it's like all right. It's about this character are you. Are you going to go on the ride with him if you buy what. I'm doing than just get on the bus and go and the movie takes you to really surprising places. And and and and like yeah. I mean you're just you. You can't predict. Thomas said to me making like i defy you moviegoer to tell me where this movie is gonna take you. You know when you sit down because you because it does it it does look like a very pat you know. It does look like a like a movie. We've seen before with the setup right. You'd goes well okay. This is telling me a really traditional thing that american movies. Tell me like i'm about to sit down for an awesome liam niessen movie yet. I mean like and the lane restriction or for that matter same kind of like like those characters like you know they have a particular set of skills. You know what i mean. They're going to and this guy doesn't have any vacuum. He doesn't speak the language he doesn't understand the culture that he's he's trying to navigate. He doesn't know what's going on. He's lost he doesn't know what's going on for most of the movie. He doesn't understand what's happening around him. And and that's a that's a very human story with very traditional setup right and so and so that that throat. I think that's gonna throw people. It's thrown some people you know. Because they go they go well. You can't do this and it's like well. No we're we're taking this setup and we're but we're playing it real. We're getting these this. These are real people. This is a guy who's carrying a lot of pain and grief and and regret and shame you know about his own failures as a man and as a father and he's china air the damage that he's done with his daughter and he's still making mistakes and like that's the movie it's radha. No i mean the thriller version of this like i mean. I love the risks. Like the that. Tom and you take in that like you kind of skipped like the first act. That would be in another right. Throw away the like the conventional version of this is like the foreseen fugitives. Where like the the the murder happens. And you're trying to figure it out but you don't even know the immigrants taken place for twenty minutes. It's kind of crazy. Yeah you pick it up. Midstream like you like when when people talk about the amanda knox story which you know. This is like loosely. Kind of used off. Liz jumping point kind of like jumping off point like what. Tom was interested in was like what happened to that family. Like five years later. Yeah like when everyone all the cameras all the sensationalism. Everything's gone away. Like how do those people live their lives. And and what. If one of them was a roughneck from oklahoma from like this really specific lace and was this really specific thing like what you know and he had to interact with that like what is that life. Look like and so So that's so you're right like like the movies the first act kind of you know you feel almost like you're starting in the second act because they're in the Trying to live through this thing with the consequences of the choices that they made. I asked for some questions from from the listeners so this one is from mongolia who gets at some some of what we've been talking about. She wanted to know if you've ever experienced a situation of being a stranger and having deal with cultural differences. And what would you say about. Being an american in marseilles shot a lot of this in marseille. Of course yeah. I mean i constantly..
Fresh update on "amanda knox" discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"On. Happy said confused mack damon on the roles. He took the roles he turned down and his new film. Stillwater plus a conversation with zoe was for jones. Hey guys. I'm josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Said confused yup awada bang for your buck. And when i say buck i mean no bucks. The podcast is free of a lot of show. Though for you guys. Today we have two great conversations a little bit later on. I'm going to be catching up with Zoe lister jones previous cast on happy. Second fused for great new film is how it ends. We'll get to that in a bit. That's coming up after my conversation with matt damon. But just so you know if you're zoe lister jones fan want to hear about her. New pandemic era apocalyptic comedy how it ends that features. An amazing cast stick around. That comes after the matt damon conversation. Okay let's talk a little matt. Damon matt damon. Surprisingly has never done happy. Say confused that's bonkers. I don't know how that happened. But we found. I think the right project to talk about. And hopefully we'll have him back and it won't take seven years to get him back The new film is still water. Great new film written and directed by the great. Tom mccarthy tom mccarthy. If you don't know has a fascinating filmography from everything from the state the station agent. Which of course had peter way back when The visitor With richard jenkins he won the best picture academy award for spotlight. An amazing an amazing filmmaker. A great actor by the way to and this new film is kind of as i say in the conversation with matt interesting blend of things. He's done It is a character study in many ways. Matt plays a kind of a rough neck from oklahoma who you know without revealing too much basically Finds himself in marseilles trying to help his daughter who has been accused of a crime based loosely on the amanda knox case. This film goes in unexpected directions at sometimes a thriller. Sometimes kind of an introspective character. Study as i said it is always very engrossing and feature some amazing some amazing performances were mad and abigail breslin others. I highly recommend it comes out this friday. The film is still water estate. You too can as we referenced in. This conversation had a huge standing ovation there Yup well worth your time. Still waters the film but this conversation with matt touches on a bunch of things. He's a great storyteller and his is open and honest about the film's he said yes do in his career and some of the film said no to some of the film's eating get some great stories in here About auditioning to play robin not once but twice. In two different batman films batman films Some stories about going. Up against edward norton on early films An amazing story about michael man almost directing goodwill hunting. What would that would. That would have been So yeah a lot of good stuff in here. Plus a little tease of his upcoming film. Coming out later this year that he has retained with ben affleck on this is the first screenplay they have co written since goodwill will hunting nearly twenty five years ago. It's called the last duel. I'm so in the bag for this. One by ridley scott stars in addition to matt and ben jody comber and adam driver Check out the trailer. If you haven't seen it yet It looks epoch and fascinating. And i'm very excited to talk matt and ben and jody and the whole gang on that one so anyway. This is a great conversation. I'm so excited for you guys to listen to it. Other quick things to mention we have a new game night up as i speak on the patriot page with kevin hart and the plastic cup. Boys this is kevin hart's real life crew And they are starting a new show in the motor trend. App called kevin hartson muscle car crew We played some jack box games and talked about cars which is amusing since. I don't own a car. And nor have i ever driven a car. Some fun was had at my expense on that front. But kevin hart is amazing so if you want to check that out go to patriot. Dot com slash. Happy said confused that episode of game night as all the others are are available Once you sign up so check it out All right let's get the main event. This is matt damon. And i just moved back to nyc thrilled for that thrilled to have him back in the hood. And as i said coming up a little bit later after the matt damon conversation. I'll toss back to our second conversation of the day with zoe. Lister jones.
"amanda knox" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
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"amanda knox" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"Listening to. Here's the thing. When amanda knox was released after four years in prison she returned to seattle. It took time for her to rebuild her life. Last year on february twenty-ninth she married writer. Christopher robinson he's a novelist he has two master's degrees and poetry. He's he's my partner. Fbi idea yeah. No no no not at all in fact if anything i've sort of like dragged him into this world and that he didn't really have that much of a perspective on he was just like a philosophy poetry guy but we have a really great dynamic because of that because you know he he can bring his sort of analytical self. I bring my emotional experiential self. And then we put that together into what we hope really complex nuanced heartfelt journey that we put people on tier experience with paparazzi. Is something that you know. One of the things that people would tell me. When i came home was they would say things. Like i feel really bad for you because it's not like you're a celebrity. It's not like you asked for it. You just get you know people chasing you down the street to the to the to now today. No but when. I first came home for many many many months. After it's actually the entire time i was still on trial so like i was still in. I was in freedom for four years but still on trial like any time. Something happened with the case. There would be people. Outside of my apartment building subsided. Now yes it's all finished now. The supreme court in italy definitively acquitted me in two thousand fifteen. So it's over like it's over in the sense that i was definitively acquitted. It's not over in the sense that like my entire life and identity is now associated with a crime that i didn't commit that is still an ongoing reality. Do you feel that way. Do you go places and do you not now. Maybe it's died down and and where you live is it's home and maybe you fit it in. People are much more kind of polite toward you if you will. But i mean i'll walk into restaurants to see that look in people's eyes someone's eating too with a crowd of people. They smack the person next to them. They look at you. They look at them they talk. Everyone huddles up. They listen to them all of them. Look at you at the same time. Five heads go then they all come back into the hole and start laughing and you are the this fodder for them in this kind of gossipy tabloid well again. You're an idea of a person right like they've they've had you as an idea of a person in their mind this whole time and the way that i feel when i'm moving through the world is that i have this sort of d'appel gang or version of me that sort of stands in front of me and everywhere i go. I see people seeing her. And i have no idea what they're actually seeing because what the vision of me that they're actually seeing was constructed out of probably just a lot of media but what media and who and like you know. What are the things that they are projecting onto the name and face. Amanda knox or foxing. Oxy you know there's a sense of sort of entitlement because we are not like i don't think our brains are even really well adapted to understand that a human being that we've seen but never encountered is a real human being like back in you know hunter gatherer days. If you ever heard of a human being who you had never actually met before in your real life..
"amanda knox" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"At the confession and the confession is riddled with inconsistencies and problems searching and and coaching so within months we knew that something was amiss. Here more of my conversation with joe berlinger at. Here's the thing dot org after the break. Amanda knox describes the toll that her long wait for justice had on her family..
"amanda knox" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
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"amanda knox" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Set them up on a friend ship When she was going over her ordeals what she went through terrifying story. You got so mony. Oh god well. Don't get like that when i watched those documents. Yes you get very mony. And i understand. You were moved by captivated by but it was very mony. Oh god wasn't sexual sound. It wasn't sexual isn't for me. Not or sexual i know but did it. Sound like spooky ghost mon sexual move. Would if that's how you're sexual. Mount is like the guy who sings the monster mash. And i'm thinking i'm about to accumulate. Okay i got to cut that out right because we're gonna offend that one guy using the monster who does seem the monster. -ment doesn't she make it impossible to ever like feel like you can complain about anything and your guess. Yes but it's interesting to me that she decided to reenter the public life in some way even having a podcast and you guys talked about the difference between actors who she said that actors. Don't really ask for that. But i disagree. I think when you much go into that industry for the fact that your personal life is going to be to some degree. That's what i meant that there was a potential there had to be. You've gotta be blind tonight. Put she'd had zero erotic desire to have that but now she does. She has a podcast right and But then when she talked about it. I realized that when she first became famous she had no choice. And now she's choosing to do this and so it's almost like she's taking the tower. Yeah she kind of says that doesn't she that like now she's able to. She has a voice where whereas like that. That was the most frightening part of her ordeal. That i never really appreciated definitely appreciate was that. She lost her a agency in voice. I mean even that freedom the freedom to express your truth was taken away from her. And i can't imagine at one point. She said her husband when she met her husband. She said he was like a modern day. Elton john and you said you said well. I hope not much like hell. John and she said he wasn't as sparkly as john. But i don't think he f- well there's nothing wrong with that if he is like him in that way you wrong with having a absolutely not. Yeah her The sport that she would play. If you're gonna love this i would. I would bet that's nerdier than almost all my money on the fact that no one will ever say that again. he as their favorite sport. Yeah unless we have. Someone who participates in there is known for that sport. That one thing alone should be enough proof that you need to know that he would never be able to commit this kind of crime. What's it called again in a lindy hop in competitive dancing. Yeah i don't think there's ever been a lindy hop murder a murder like the ven diagram lindy hop enthusiasts murders it. I don't fe don't connect they don't they can't another two different circles like i wonder if they were laughing about this. Is the thing itself obviously. We've made exaggerating. The murder itself is horrific and like what that family had to go through. It's awful but right now we're discussing. Amanda you yeah no. I think you should clarify that. We're not laughing at the event. Of course not no. No no i mean. We're laughing at lindy hopping as we're having. Maybe we should maybe the lindy hop enthusiasts listeners will be offended by us laughing at it. We didn't swing dancing school. Yeah no i know but like sport. It's funny to say that as yet. Also i don't think they would they also what we're saying is also flattering in a way to lindy hoppers. Because the fun thing to say he had lindy hopping. I wasn't that i wasn't quite sure what it was until i looked it up after they just like line. Dancing swing dance. Swing dancing swing dance. Yeah i wish. I could do it. Yeah i'd i'd i would never have thought of it as a sport But it's there you go. it's active. It's more of a sport than golf and act like attitude wise. I don't know about that. Golf is clearly a sport. More murders more golf murders. That's for sure. Yeah let's read. Okay kid us feel a petering. Okay this is a letter from ronnie marsh. Ronnie spelled the female spelling out that difference but aro nni how did a ronnie and jersey shore spells name running the rhino r. o. n. y. Running the rhinos listening. I hope so. I you know i saw romney once. I told you this right at the gym. You told me that he was surprisingly short. He was like loved the price by that he like as why does he is tall. Yes he a rhino build. He really did Okay this subject. Is my mom justin. I love listening to your podcast. Thank you running. I think you are very funny. Thank you renae. I'm writing to you. Because i think you should totally have you realize yeah. You should totally date my mom. Okay very sweet thank you. I don't mean to laugh i. I'm surprised i'm surprised laughing at its first week. It's very flattering. Imagine one. I don't know if i've ever thought about any i mean my parents are still married. It's hard to imagine you want your mom to date anybody. Yeah it's a very flat. He's been dating our father referred for forty seven years. Okay back to ronnie. I'm fifteen wanted to tell you a little bit about my mom. Okay thanks ronnie. She's thirty six and has two kids me and my younger sister. You guys both have a lot in common. I the it's hard to get through this. Because i'm gonna cry is so this is such a sweet sweet isn't really like flattering that. It's really nice. How much he loves his mom. I might do that elope he or she. She either way. It's nice so nice okay. Back to ronnie and bacteria her selling me on her mom she excuse me she's very down to earth loves to laugh and have fun. She doesn't care about money she has. I loved by the way running. All of these things are so great it. What a great way to like sell somebody. She is a job. Okay bought a house a couple years ago and takes care of me and my sister by herself. This is this is so great. She's our biggest cheerleader and is always there to support us. She always has our backs and she is the same way with everyone in her life. This is the goal in life to raise a child who thinks this of you isn't it. I think oh my god. It's eagle eagle. Because but it's what a great thing. Okay back running. She's not perfect by any means. Not who who is running. She's not the best cook. Ll that's okay. thanks. Yes i can. I can make up for that. But i don't think she really knows how great she is At least we think so. Anyway she's goofy and weird and we wouldn't change her. She loves to learn new things and is happy with the simple things in life. She gets excited over the dumbest stuff. Occasionally i also like that. She thinks of me that she thinks would respond to this. Which is right to and Back running and is perfectly happy spending the evening watching a movie with us. She's naturally loud. I can always tell which one is my mom when i am playing soccer. Ll i really think that you would hit it off with their. I've included a picture for just in case you're curious. Her name is melissa. Btw thanks ronnie. And there's a picture of that. I can't see because it just says pasted graphic. Have you seen not that. It matters. But i'm i'm curious because all of this i don't have it. I'll show you show you what it shouldn't matter She sounds like Sounds like a real catch ronnie and more importantly it's so not just so great that you think that of her all those things because those are the best things to say about something. You never know what happens. Maybe we'll meet her one day. And i think you'd be a good step dad. I would love. You could step that potential. Yeah it would be really nice. I love kids. Yeah she sounds great surani else be cool to have somebody like a stepdaughter like that. 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"amanda knox" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"In your fantasy raspberry and who would you wanna play you in in the bio pic in in the amanda knox story. I would not want there to be a bio-pic okay. There already are a bunch right. I can't ask you this question undo one though has nothing to do with your The italian part of your life interesting. Yeah at which point. I'd have to reflect a because i've mostly sort of dreaded the idea of yet another bio pic coming out about me so that one we ask everyone that but i. I should have thought about that. What's your favorite. Who's your favorite simpsons character. That's hard i mean. I love who. I also find mr burns to be hilarious oars. Funny yeah and the like cruella deville version of ham with see my see my native rear guerrilla chest gathered. Oh that's that's my favorite part of that. Is that the end of it. He has exchanged with smithers resign. I really like the vet. So yeah although. I love monty burns. I love when he goes to bunt in the when he gets other ringers for the baseball team strict back. He's asked who what about dogs or cats. Which do you prefer. So i love animals. I'm a huge animal person. I have three cats. My husband is less of a dog person because he feels like dogs. Don't understand consent especially when it comes to his crotch. I agree with them. Yeah but like. I don't really care. Yeah i have very little boundaries with animals and kids slide. Whatever pull my hair do. Stick your finger up my nose. Like i don't care. He has more boundaries than i do. Well we're almost on beatles or the rolling stones. I mean i think the beatles or more versatile i do love me at a rolling stones song but i think i've listened to more beatles in my time especially since i can sing them I can play guitar. Oh cool what were you able to listen to music in prison. So i had a little city player. I was allowed a certain number like three cds at a time Definitely remember grooving To the x. Ax i i would. Just lighten ed and Listened to the album over and over and over again and sort of like sadly touch like the had a few pictures of my family members. And so i would sort of lay them out on my bed in front of me and of like just touched them doesn't get more email than bury email like it's the only way to listen to acts. Hopefully not the only way seinfeld or You're you're watching. Tv and seinfeld and friends or both on. Which do watch seinfeld a million times over france. I and this is like knowing that my my sister is a huge friends. Fan but like seinfeld is just out of this world. Good writing and hilarious and the way that the through lines of all the episodes come together like so satisfying way. A work of art to me. i i. it's of those. Yeah they're constructed in a way. Not sometimes people like. I've heard people describe mathematical equations. That way like there are beautiful meals and worry about seinfeld. Yep amanda thank you. I can't thank enough for your your your candor and honest and this was so fascinating an enjoyable and I just admire you so much for your strength and how you're able to come out on the other side of all this way you persevered. That little lamb came re. Rose rose against all of this. Thank you so much and thanks for having me and being a person with me So that happened christian. I were just saying hesitating. I was trying to imagine how to imitator. He said well. Why why do you have imitator. That became a thing a thing maybe like twenty episodes ago where you had to guess. I don't know why. I don't know when i think somebody who's voice. Obviously i'd love imitating. It was just an excuse to do that. And then he has a nice voice but it's not one that superfund imitate no and for me. Because i have a deep voice. It is harder for me to do. Unless it's like. Truman capote. Who has i can't. If you clear how your voice you know her. It's harder for me to do women in general. Yeah yeah i hope. People didn't just listen to that one sentence by mentor to show sh How fascinating right. Yeah you know Watching the documentary. I was so convinced of her innocence. But hearing from her in this in this for now she's like the least sinister. No she's like the least capable sounding person of being accused of such a thing. It's like she's like a sweet bookish nerdy self-proclaimed he already sweet like kind of down to earth. Devious get nervous that you had called nerd because she called her. I know i know. But that's what you had to qualify. Till i claimed. Well i have to. Yeah it's call someone a nerd especially after what she's been through shout news. He's just some nerd. No but she's nerd. She's extremely intelligent and well read and she has no my well rounded. She goes mushroom. Hunting loves karaoke. He's a really interesting person. I would like to and i don't know We talk about this Hanging out with her and her husband on the pacific noriko mushroom hunting. She sounds really room. Me knowledge meet mushroom. What do they call it. They call it something funny sounding but everytime mushroom out in the woods. Whenever i go. I think i wish i knew i wanna eat it. I to know. I wanna be able to go out for it. I'd like to see hundred mushrooms little bath. We told when we told our mother that We're gonna be doing this. Episode initial reaction was who which is a reaction that a lot of people might have if they don't know a whole story. It's a reaction that i to be honest. i had when it was first presented. The deal was all i remember was the completely unfair. I know media story. That was concocted about her. The media never accurately told the story. I know it was a now. I'm kind of embarrassed that i me too. I bought into spot into without doing any research. I know obviously countless examples of of that now and you know there's so many stories of injustice that are that are having a lay shined on them And now be especially because people are just more aware of things like that because of social media because of streaming all of these platforms on which to expose those injustices but back then despite all the coverage. That's the crazy thing that was getting. The truth of it was so buried beneath all these salacious unnecessary. God appropriate detail. And how how sexist the whole foul guide she was painted as like yeah slot and the other thing that like i still have that there were remnants of that front because it was so dry i was so exposed to it and didn't bother to do the research and talking to that's why it was so shocking to to actually talk with her and here and see and feel how not that person she was like i mean hotter fan. She could be friends with jimmy. Jimmy right at Yeah i now. I'm thinking of like the two of them talking about like what are you. Are you a fluffing under puffer. By like what harry. Oh they'd be best friend. Oh yeah in fact..
"amanda knox" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"What is your. What is your most commonly used emoji. Would you say amanda or do you use emojis. I don't often use emojis. But i think maybe thumbs up. I don't speak through emoji that often. Well you're articulate so you don't need to be a professional athlete what sport you play. Ooh what would i do potentially real life. I used to play soccer. So i probably would have done soccer if i became one but really what i would want to be. As a professional athlete fantasy my fantasy would be A lindy hop perf- like competitive dancer lindy hop on picturing. Somebody actually hopping. But i know that's not like now. It's a swing dance. So it's awesome swing dance. I actually do lindy hop. But i am no way professional at all Oh yeah. They have competitions. Actually you know what after this look up like. You know lindy hop competitions. There's some wild fun dancing that people do. Yeah i'll look it up. Actually right after. I subscribe to labyrinth. If you could have one snack food for the rest of your life what would it be but oughta jeez. Wow really all these things would be true triggering. Okay but i mean. I did not get barada in prison. That's true that's true. I was just about to say that. Like i'm sure the prison food is not just because it's italian doesn't mean it's good owner. Wow wow was it just standard. What was it like cafeteria food I mean it was just like a lot of pasta like it was just a lot of boiled pasta and yeah just you know just like scraps of things It's the food wasn't great Food could they smuggle stuff in so they were allowed to bring me certain kinds of food and they did because especially my stepdad. Who was able to spend more time there than anyone else in my family. He's an it guy So he can do his work from abroad He his love languages food so he found all these ways to smuggle and things that normally i wouldn't be able to have Like thanksgiving he was really intent on getting me. Cranberry sauce And there is no way that they were gonna let in cranberry sauce. You could like hide drugs in it so usually it's like solid foods that they allow you to bring in and they're like you know store-bought containers. Well he froze some cranberry sauce so by the time it arrived off the prison. It was solid win but by the time it arrived to me. It was sauce again. So amazing sweet. What is your favorite movie sequel of all time. I mean maybe harry potter and a prisoner of azkaban. I've i've never seen any of them. You are in high friend. Read the books. I what you go to carry a day everson karaoke because i imagine you go into private rooms enough to do it in front of everyone but do you ever do that. I love to do carioca. And i really really like to do either. Zombie by the cranberries. Yeah yeah or rolling in the deep by doll okay. Great yeah oh god. I love the crammers. Let a cranberry talk. The senate cranberries author of twenty next. Our next question is who is your first celebrity crush. But i such a crush on dolores reardon. Who was here. First celebrity crush probably. Jackie chan yeah. That's right that's right anti wow. That's so interesting. Apparently he is. He's a very hard type. No no no no. I think he's impressive is how oh no i think. He's incredible. his physical prowess Is amazing the fact that he can make fighting fun and like his ability to do drama and comedy like i just found him to be an all around awesome guy and i really liked his personality. And i i don't know i like people. What is your If you do you have a tattoo in if not which one are one many attached to okay all right. And i don't know i mean i can. I can show you well. I'm wondering what were these post italy. Yes one of them. I had prior to italy. But most of them i got afterwards and one of them is directly in reference to everything that happened in italy. Oh what's the what's that. I haven't italy tattoo So it's my biggest tattoo all on my side here And it is a lamb. That is in This triumphant griffin position but normally like the the symbol of rouge as a griffin in this like triumphant position on its legs. Rearing push the yeah. And i put that. I put the lamb there with some olive branches to symbolize The lamb that wasn't slaughtered. So the sacrificial lamb that survived and you're in race that's cool great. Yeah wow that's hard to beat that are. Have you thought about getting anymore. So again i have a bunch My husband and i have a bunch of shared tattoos And the ones that are most directly relevant to our work our on our four arms as reminders so I have a bunch of symbols on my arm that have to do with like compassion and being willing to change And you know being open always sort of viewing the other person's perspective from the in the best light possible not trying to find fault and trying to understand it from you know it's best place And also being very aware that like this symbol scepticisms a. I don't know if you can see it but it's It's a A resistor symbol from electrical engineering. And what that signifies to me is a kind of skepticism. And not. Just what kind of energy and information i'm taking in but also in what kind of energy and information i'm putting out into the world being aware that like i responsible for the kinds of things i'm allowing to impact me and also the kinds of things that i am potentially impacting other people. Great i love. The i know i look back on the one that i had prior to italy and i go. Wow i wouldn't get that same tattoo today. it's like a shock but it's kind of an important reminder of who. I was back then totally. Yes yeah you were shocked. tattoo grow. I was a shocker yoga girl. So what is your favorite fruit. If you could have like the perfect piece of it's perfectly ripe what.
"amanda knox" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Do interest society how what is your z. What nato where. When did you find like that piece that that are you there now. Is that the island that you live on. I mean i found a lot of peace Actually when i first met my husband Because i am. I met him under what we're unusual circumstances for me. So when i first came home i did not like to talk like did not like meeting new people. I didn't try. I get interest anyone. I was very isolated. And i also felt really concerned because people paparazzi were following me. So if you were my friend than you were going to be exposed to that kind of treatment and people would read and you would end up on it on. You know daily mail headline and that was not something that i liked exposing people to and i felt constantly spotlit and and isolated because of that But then like very very shortly. After i was fully definitively acquitted by the the italian supreme court. I interviewed my hus- my future husband. But some dude that. I didn't know to be husband. Was it like a it was like a husband interview. No like i know absolutely not because it was not on my radar to be intimate with anyone that i didn't know i was just out of the question and what was it for. What was the interview for. I was doing local correspondents At under an anonymous name of like arts are like arts in the local communities. I would go to plays and white write reviews. I would read books. And i read his book. He published his debut novel. And i happened to stumble across his book reading and normally. This is not something that i would go because involved strangers in a room so i would never go but this time i was like you know what i'll just kinda sneak in and try to be invisible and in those photo no i didn't see that northwestern western man actually like when i remember. When i first saw him i was like he had like stripes. carved into his beard. And he had this sort of like a style where i was like. Oh it's it's very like modern day. Elton john kind of vibe guys sky hopefully not that much. John i mean it wasn't a sparkly for sure but i i came away like in indeed like i asked him for an interview and so he invited me to come over to his house. And i you know we did a very official interview but that sort of devolved into drinking scotch and star trek and at the very end of the off boy at the very end of it he was just like. Hey we should be friends and i was just like. Oh my god. I can make friends with people now. I didn't it struck me. And that's when i was first starting to feel a little bit safer in the world. That's cool was he a mandate he know who you were was he like. Oh you you're knocking right for this thing. Did he have a an idea of who you were. He knew my name. He was aware that i was involved in some kind of true crime situation but he was like poetry guy like in the middle of all of this. He had his nose like deepen elizabeth bishop and he the poet poetry coast poetry. Yes so right. And she wouldn't she wouldn't swing his direction anyway. So that's that's true but you so. He like he soared a kind of had heard about it but he thought it had something to do with defenestration. He had no idea. So that's good which is already because he just of decided not to google me and instead just kinda got from hanging out and of course i would sort of bring up occasional anecdotes like he'd be like oh man. Have you seen the movie. Wally and i was like no. I haven't seen them like. How could you not see that. Come out i was just sort of. Yeah what movies do you when you got out. Not movies just anything that had happened in society and seattle while you're away. What were the things that most struck you or are you just so relieved to be free that you're like whatever everything pales in comparison to be being able to see the sky and go to the beach. I'm i do not like regret having missed any the again. It's more like thank. God i'm out But like you know. I missed the whole. Like obama. Getting elective first black president I missed. I missed the whole rise of justin bieber. I didn't know who he was that she didn't miss that much. You miss die hard. Four what Did you ever get financial compensation from italy from high. Okay now. no no Yeah that's that's a beautiful thing that we do better here in the in. I mean it depends on what state you have here in the united states but The interesting thing about Wrongful conviction compensation is there are so many loopholes that That the bureaucracy of criminal justice has put into that to find reasons not to compensate people for conviction and they'll like say well because you acted suspicious. The police were justified in wrongly condone. God you know. I'm not ever expecting to be compensated from italy. I'm just having to make my own way and do the best i can. And what about what about her family. The coaches are they like to have they ever made any overtures to be like we believe you or do they still believe that you did it so i don't i can't speak to what they believe today. I know that they haven't made any gestures to reach out to me. And i do know that Meredith's father who's since passed published a book about the case in which he very very blatantly feels that i am guilty but again like he wrote that years ago I don't know. I cannot speak to how they feel today. It's sort of an ongoing struggle for me of wanting to connect with them but also understanding that of all the people in the world who might trigger them. That's through no the yeah. The irony is that you are now have heightened sensitivity to to other people's triggers in because of what you went through. So i mean that's sad i and that's also that is that a lot of people accused me of being incredibly ungracious and thoughtful towards them. Because i dare to exist in any kind of public way like it. They're sort of view. Is that if i really cared about the kerchief family i would disappear from existence. Yeah and i wouldn't talk about my experience being wrongly convicted because that is sort of a traumatizing thing for them. And it's and it's this idea that like whatever. I went through pales in comparison to what they went through. So i should just disappear. And i've never been in. The business of trying to compare. Traumas wants to paparazzi subsided. Or maybe it hadn't yet but what what was the moment where you felt like you could breathe and you could really liked exists again in this in freedom in the world. Did you catch yourself like enjoying a moment of peace or like listening to a song or like laughing at a movie and you're like oh fuck. I forgot my ordeal. What feel like you started forgetting. I definitely was impacted by the smell of home when i first came home. So and like being exposed to nature again so Maybe like a month after. I got home A friend took me mushroom hunting. And feeling i almost felt like i was walking on the moon because the earth was so soft it wasn't this concrete that had been used to walking on for four years so being on the quiet of nature bouncing just glowing bouncing on this like soft earth was extraordinary and very very therapeutic. So i'm home with a huge basket of mushrooms and turn that into so much risotto. It's great how cool you still. You still eat food. Oh yeah. I still go mushroom hunting and make rizzuto. They're not gonna take that from me..
"amanda knox" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Some journalist was like Oh she She's not wearing makeup. So they they talk about how your like. You look like you could use some makeup. Or something. I think was shepard smith. Correct me if i'm wrong. I i don now i and and that to me was like god. This is what it revealed of real ugliness about a lot of aspects of our media and our society our our need for for sensationalist like gossip in that kind of fodder and are weird expectations of who ends up in front of the camera. And like what context. It's like why. Would you ever think if i'm coming from a prison cell that i'm going to be my hair blown out like what. Are you thinking the amount of expectations with somebody like you. I can't imagine i and again not that you're right actress. Don't sign up for this but like were for this podcast. For example i have no real right to to say to people. You don't know me because like the truth is kinda do. Because i'm just sort of like myself on this and i try to be in interviews and stuff but I in this case. It's like they're seeing something through the lens of of a very specific horrible thing that you went through. And they have all these preconceived notions it must be really off putting must be really unsettling for you. Well what's beautiful about What i've found about the podcast experiences. Here you are like having the opportunity to be yourself like you're you're not being a character you're being yourself you're expressing your ideas you're having conversations with people that are revealing an aspect of who you are but yet still your choice right like so when i'm working on this of my podcast i go. I'm gonna choose to talk about this. And i'm also going to choose to like talk about how my own experience has informed my ideas about this and we must be liberating. Yeah it's so liberating late like the thing that i love about. Podcasts is having the opportunity to sit across from someone and go. We have no reason to be like to relate to each other or have empathy for each other but we do because all of these experiences are echoes of each other. Right and we can. I think that's why. I was so compelled by your story because there is I can eat of much different. Tinier way relate to aspects of it relate to false accusations and people saying things about me and people having a perception of me. They're still people. I'm sure people in italy people wherever that think you did this thing. Yeah i mean on the one hand i. I'm always trying to put myself in the shoes of the people who think those kinds of things. Because i genuinely actually want to understand why and a part of me finds it very easy to understand. Why because if you have not invested a ton of time and energy to dig into the facts of the case then the only thing that you've had access and exposure to is the most salacious headlines that made it into your awareness space that made it to the top of your facebook feed so if that's the only thing that you've ever been exposed to then of course you're gonna think that like of course you're gonna think that i'm shady character that i probably did some thing but who knows 'cause you absorb enough of that and it's and it's out there enough that your name is associated with this horrific thing enough even if it's like you know if it's a question as to whether you did or whatever it is if you're associated with this horrible thing that's got a stick and that must be. I can't imagine what that must be like well. And what's frustrating is so i don't actually fault people for having those kinds of misconceptions what i do is the the way that the media is allowed. Choose sort of say. Well you know. We're just putting it out there. People can decide for themselves but what they do put out. There is the thing that is going to get them. The most clicks and the nuanced complicated analysis of all the facts of the case is not going to get as much clicks. As he won't believe amanda knox's mariner and that nick pizza again not to make it about him but he he more or less said that he said you know. I mean this is what it's about. This is the game. This is like what god. I can't stand that in talking to strangers The malcolm global he he says that your reaction to merits murder. That's what led to the italians falsely accusing you. It was an thinking you were guilty. How do you now like in the in this whole different context. How do you explain that reaction. I'm sure you've thought about it a lot. I'm sure you've talked to gladwin about it. Is there a part of you that like kind of understands the italians for making this assumption. And it's funny. I have a whole podcast episode out. This podcast we should say it's called labyrinth and this is the way you do with your husband so you have an episode about malcolm glass so i interviewed malcolm. Glad well and i discussed his chapter In talking to strangers about my face Yeah it's it's a great book. But i also think that he was kind of wrong which is interesting because like i wouldn't have said that. Say you know. As soon as i got out. I had very much sort of internalized. The sense of it must have been something about me. Why else would there be this. Focus on me. I like i must have done something weird or i must have looked the wrong way and what i have discovered by meeting other wrongfully convicted. People is. It's actually not as much about the person and whether how they acted but it's about the people who genuinely have agency in the in the equation so is it. Is it my fault that the you know the cops who originally made a judgment about me and and whether or not i was acting appropriately decided to always sort of focus their attention on moments. When i wasn't crying or i was saying i'm hungry. I need some pizza and they were like well. A real friend wouldn't would be so distraught that they wouldn't want to eat pizza. Oh my god the leaps that there are making especially the guy that fetishizes sherlock holmes the pipe in like he was so clearly. That's the other thing. So many of these men were driven by ego and And needing to they already had a narrative of what happened. They just needed to help. Create it But yeah the leaps that they would take the fact that she was looking to the left means that she was lying these That's was infuriating. To i reacted to the whole situation. A lot of ways. Sometimes i was crying sometimes. I was not crying sometimes. I was getting comforted by my boyfriend. Sometimes i was just sitting there alone and what gets remembered and reported is what allows for the narrative to make sense active justification And i think that happens over and over and over again once the lens of suspicion is cast upon you. Anything you do can look suspicious under light..
"amanda knox" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Pushing me to talk about what i went through for their own sake and of like for my sake so when someone stops me at you know a bus terminal and is like oh my god. I really wanna talk about with you about your interrogation. And i'm like well actually. I'm just like on my way to the grocery store. I don't wanna talk to you. Random stranger about my interrogation like some people will. I've had people like who i was buying ticket from. Somebody like hold onto my credit card. Until i answered their questions. Oh so like is horrible will because you were offered up to the world as this like you said this object of intrigue and And you become a commodity. But but whereas i i've heard from a lot of actors who you know go through moments of like oh man dealing with fame there moments of of annoyance or whatever but in a way asked for you and it's about something that's inherently kinda fun and good. They're in movies or whatever but you. This is that you write. This is like all the result of this horrific experience that you have to navigate. I can't imagine what that must be. I actually have a lot of sympathy for celebrities. Because i don't think that anyone who has become a professional actor has actually signed up for their personal life to be consumed by people as entertainment. I don't either. But i can understand that perception that it may have or at least it's easier to for me to understand that. But for in your case you weren't doing anything remotely public or now know that the c you were in in any way. Subject to that kind of scrutiny. It just happened to be this really horrible coincidence that yeah that you can go from like a private person to a public figure overnight. I literally did nothing to do that. I things happened to me. And then i became a public figure and then suddenly all of my rights as a public citizen as a private citizen. Go out the window because now it's in the public interest to know what my sex life is all about. That's interesting that like you know all of these sort of rights that we think that we have can go out the window in a second if if somehow the world like not even views. Not even you cross alignment circumstances just against you. Yeah yeah. I mean that. That's what i found most intriguing. You say that it's a great way to start. This documentary the netflix documentary. Where you say either. I'm this monster. I'm this Sociopathic psychopathic monster. Who did this thing. Or i'm just like you. And and that's what i think is so compelling about what happened to you because you're testament to the fact that it could really happen to anyone. Yeah yeah. I think a lot of people sort of feel a little more comfortable with the idea that it only happens to like poor people in an only happens to like young black men and it's like well it does happen to them a lot. It doesn't mean they don't have a system that sort of set up to allow for such a thing and that we don't have a media that's a setup to consider liked to sort of build upon end and profit upon these sorts of stories. Yes that was another fascinating part of how the the spin spin in the press. So much of it was at had like really Overt misogyny and Are you in a place where you can let go of some of that anger. 'cause i imagine there was a considerable amount of anger and frustration. Because they took so much of your time as we talk about this that a lot on the show how precious time is. And that's the thing that really struck me about. You know every time you'd have to go through another appeal and you lose a case. It was like a year later. And i think about a year especially like now we can all kind of like quantified in this way like collectively that it's it's been a year that we've all been in this situation it's pandemic you probably don't wanna give them any more time. You know any more energy. There's that and i think that's pretty universal with a lot of Wrongfully convicted people. I've found that that's pretty common where it's like well. I was sitting in my prison cell. I literally just can't be mad all day every day. I kind of have to still do my daily rhythms in the same way that we're all in this pandemic and we can't all be sad about being this pandemic the entire time. We also have to do our jobs and and have our relationships and make the best of what is a new normal adapt to it. Adapt to a reality and it may be an unpleasant reality and we may then be touched by that. I spent years of my life feeling. Like i couldn't plant roots and that i didn't have a future and i was very very just like on my toes waiting to react to the next sort of that would hit me instead of living a proactive life in imagining. You know. i wonder what i'm gonna be. You know five or ten years from now. Like i was never able to make like that during my entire twenties because i was on trial i met on your behalf. I it's impossible to answer. But i wonder what and i'm sure you've wonder this what you would what you would be doing. The type of people that circles you'd be running and how different your life might be. It's well what's really sad is or at least what my husband thinks is really sad. Is i occasionally. I'm like i don't know if you would love me if it weren't for like me. Having been put through this experience that made me mature really quickly and media. Question all of these assumptions that i had about how the world worked like. Suddenly i live in this very sort of intellectual medicine base. Because i was forced to sorta right. Well say what he said it strips away all the exit the extra stuff in it. It forces you to examine your truth at trims the fan and yes and also probably literally did actually. That was a little bit uncomfortable. Where at tie like. I lost so much weight in prison and occasionally like people would be like. Oh man we should go on the amanda knox diet. Because she's looking great guy hair's falling out. My one of the grossest parts of the documentary was when Some journalist has tacoma journalists..
"amanda knox" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Out The other side has come out Glowing really and We'll get into her whole story. It's fascinating ins now But i would. I think it's helpful if you don't know much about her few If you're like me before. I did any research and you just thought. Oh i know of her and she's associated with this crime and maybe she did the crime I would strongly recommend like christian said watching this documentary. This netflix show. It's not long an hour and a half two hours and Just to get some back story because we do get into the weeds of what happened to her. But i think it would help to have some context context so anyway Obviously up to you. I'm not gonna tell you what to do. I would just hope that you listened to the remainder of the show at some point and this isn't an ad for netflix. Also not begging you no. I'm not desperate for you but it'd be nice if you're listening now. Can i hear now. Yeah the interview. Sure let's do it. Okay yeah This is my. I would say you know. She's also listen to the show which is very nice she does so she's not only infamous but she's a Shorty she's technically a shortage but she's likes the which is what we talk about. We talk about how she likes show to hear that and her crime of course the crime that she did not commit. You'll hear all about it. When i talk right now to amanda knox sweetheart sharply. Can you tell little low blood sugar. I can see it in your eyes. Yeah fading normally. When i'm in the state. I look around from a perfect snack and it was nowhere to be found. We don't have any with us just sad because they're in a refrigerator. Many many many miles away right now which feels to me. Because i love the perfect snag lied to. They have to be refrigerated. Well because they're not filled with preservative crap that allows them to be out of the refrigerator. They're filled with just non gmo organic not. I don't mean just. I meant just good stuff. That's what i was going to say. I'm fading because of my buddies. They're made with freshly ground peanut butter organic. Honey and twenty organic superfoods so perfect. Snacks really have a variety of products and flavors of their protein bars and they also these us peanut butter cups for smaller sweeter snack. I know you're thinking Those protein bars. I don't like the chalky kinda grows that consistency. I don't like the slightly chemical taste. Well guess what. You won't get any that you'll get it's cookie dough like textured. It's full of flavor. They're so good. I loved the blueberry cashew flavored..
"amanda knox" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Christian i were at the prairie whale in the berkshires in great barrington. Shout out they have one bathroom which was troublesome for me one day because when i went in there Somebody had just come out. They had polluted. Let's say what do you mean. They left stuff in there yes well. They hadn't left it in. There had no the vapors of the thing in there. I understand what you're saying that and that grocer than just saying they attract more on the growth of things. I've ever heard vapors normally in that situation. I will hold it but this was more of an emergency and there's nobody else waiting so i felt like okay. I'm going to run in was years a one one. Emergency definitely a one. Okay and when i came out a very nice lady was waiting to use the bathroom and i felt the need to tell her that the odor that she was going to experience wasn't i wasn't result of that i had it wasn't your product. No i've made products in the past. But i would never she. You'd have to tell her that part of it though no. She probably assume that. But i did tell her. I wasn't responsible and in doing so. I think i sounded guilty. i think it was protesting. Shake specifically ironic that now you sound guilty recounting i. Well we talked about this today and it relates to what we're going to get into today on the episode so let's get into. It could be a dream. life could be injury shampoo. You're listening to life is short. I'm your host chest long life sweet And with me as always is my equally odor producing. I knew i mean we've all we all have. We all do we all do it do it. And there's no shame app and get do have shame. Also everyone's been in that position. I would guess at some point in their life. You know when you and you come out and you're not responsible what's in there and people think you are. That's happened to everybody. It happened to me again when i was working in atlanta. Recently where i. I chose option the other option which is to just not go in. I held it for the ride home because It was so horrific. That i i'm not as you can hear. I'm not good at explaining. That was well. Let me ask you this if something is that offensive to you. What is a bigger deterrent. Going in there. Yourself or being blamed for the smell once you come out being blamed that's worse really going in especially now. We have masks the mask stone Remove the odor not all of your nostrils some of it. I'm sure Yeah i think it's that it's just a shame of like having been because it's also a rude. It's rude florida gross in route. Why would you do but sometimes you can't. I know you can't help help. I know i know and so. I should be judgmental. I should be more respectful of but it was This was an instance. Where and i'm sure she and she said something like when i after i explain it she was. I sure she may have just been playful but she also may have and even if she thinks. I probably didn't do it. I knew i could see her the rest of the meal because she was sitting near us there. I could see kind of looking over. I could tell there was definitely a seed of doubt well and also not to like. Oh boohoo foot. There is a known person. There's an added problem with it where that happens to you. This woman conceivably could go on instagram and be like oh just in line i know left a really a foul odor and the and then and that's a story and then it becomes like a thing that people laugh about. So why are we talking about being falsely accused of something wrong. Well i'm in a very glib playful way that happened to me. Once that happened to all of us and Today our guest well because it happened in much more severe much more dramatic life altering way to our guest today. Our guest is amanda knox. You've all heard of her. You might not know Per story as well as we now do as well as you will once you listen to this episode but She was somebody that i was aware of for years. She was a fixture in tabloids. New news in general who's infamous yes. Yeah free for a longtime our first infamous guest. I would say yeah. Right thing came. She who else rose to infamy. She was accused of committing a horrific crime murder in italy when she was a student when she was an exchange student in italy and it Became a massive media sensation and understandably because it was this. You know this won't be at into this very and she was pretty and she was privileged and she was all of these things that we think white and yet She got wrapped up in this in this very gruesome murder and we. It was fascinating talking to her. I've been trying to think if we've had an infamous gas. I know we've have guests. Who have like toyed with infamous infamy degrees of infamy. But mostly they're just but she's she's personnel. Who's famous Not by choice at all did not choose to become famous but she became very famous and her story is harrowing and there's a great documentary on net flicks about it which we saw before Before justin talked recalled just called. Amanda knox and it is fascinating and tragic. Yeah what she what she went through and she was falsely accused of this horrible crime and now she's made it out on the other side and she's older now and she has a career and a husband and podcast right new park Stock has called labyrinths that she hosts with her husband and she has some really interesting guests like malcolm cloud well and andrew yang and So she's She's lived to tell her story..
"amanda knox" Discussed on Good For You
"It is so small. It's like a jazz jazz. It's just like the pacing perfect. We really work hard to make me fucking nightmare. I am so like you were watching. Something eighty are. Did you watch me yell at movies. No i watch movies. I'm like eighty are eighty are looping the like you know emily. It's the worst. I have notes on your podcast amazing. I can be a listener. While i really which is like the year the i hear things really loudly. That's amazing. i really appreciate that. Because we've worked really hard you don't say which working on you're not like like like like like like like being forced to like i right of being forced to first of all learn another language and then have to perform for your life makes very self-aware performed for your life say that again a different way Performed for my freedom. So here i am. I have one chance to make my case in front of a court. I'm not allowed to speak the vast majority of the time that i'm on trial. I'm not allowed to even defend myself. The one chance that i do is the one chance that i have and that ultimately is interestingly the thing that is going to be the biggest outcome because people don't judge based on the evidence they judged based on how they feel about you young. Yeah yeah in your reaction. Yep so did you speak. I remember i remember coming to stop. I hit the space bar when you were They said you're innocent. And you like kind of collapsed and cried like i hit the kinda hit the space bar. Did you ever speak to them. Yes i at before they Went to go do a verdict like when everyone was doing closing arguments. I had a opportunity to stand up and speak italian and italian. Amanda knox's getting married in forty days. But she's still rocking her old prison uniform and do better. Yeah that's on. Cnn wall that is like low hanging and also like again. I'm doing a lot of things wire we looking to making fake headlines from siham knocks fucking. If i'm working in news station nexium knocks fuck. Yeah that's sexy boom boom foxy knox nexium. Yeah for the record. I know nothing about that case. And the only thing. I know anything about is conversations about prosecutorial integrity which is how i was introduced into this whole thing in the first place so no opinion on that case because i cross jokes. And i'm not such a fucking bummer. Because you're so fucking no small. Thanks i mean. I can do it around you and then hopefully in annoys me because i'm like puck. Fuck it annoys comedians. Does it yeah what other people are. Funnier noise us thought of that. Oh i see yeah you feel like you will make me laugh like you will make me laugh. Lot like you're You're very surprising. And i think it would be this way. Even if i didn't have a preview in my hippocampus like really aiming anonymous. I wonder like my impression is that people tend to have on already preconceived notion of me. That is very easy for me to break. Because i'm very much not what people imagine. Not just like jerking them off this. I use them. Yeah aggravating enigmatic. You know like. That's that's the idea that i'm like. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Yeah this sign. You gave a talk at some How much money. I'm confeing a while ago or was it was that paid was okay and i heard. I was overhearing people in the fan line. Talk to you. And i overheard these two girls walking away from the talk going. She wasn't that weird. Like i'm supposed to be having like wrong reactions to everything in the world because everyone's like oh she's must be people have been told me. Oh you must be histrionic. Must be like you just might be on the autism spectrum and i'm like good job of diagnosing me from afar. What's your dream next. Ten years my dream next ten years is that chris and i start a family and with you. Clearly we're the best ever and We have a successful show podcast. Well podcast or we're developing a number of shows including a comedy about pariahs so about what it's like to be a public facing woman particularly when we you know how we talked about like there's being famous fucking started on all the shows that. Say a whitney. They wanna whitney cummings type in. Don't want me that's cute. Well it means they know you. Then i'm like people people. I have no idea how famous you would walk into. But i gonna do. I would be so little like Thing that just called you. Have you heard of me. Do you know me i just want to go up to like have you ever heard. I just need to understand where i stand. I don't care what the answer is. I'm just genuinely curious. But if we go out to coffee together and you see what happens. I think it would depend on where we go. But i think you would get it. Let's fly the airline together. All my god what. What name do they yell. Yeah i would be holding your person in the background. Okay so making the show you want a scripted show or you want loosely scripted improvised. I would love a scripted show. Because chris and i are writers and i would love a comedy show because i am first of all. I love comedy. Like i at the end of a long day of dealing with really really serious shit which we do guy used to stop talking about blood. Well yeah and like or like there's just like a million ways that people can be victimized with that. I love goofy shit like i know. I know weird all songs by heart your guth so i love goofy shit and like this is my my catharsis at the end of the day is cooking dinner while listening to weird out you'll like that nerdy and then watch doctor who yet now dr phil fan. I don't i don't whoville don't worry about it. I don't really know what the i look like. A whoville yeah but very different than whoville. Yeah this just sci-fi it's just like goofy silly. You highs play. Oh my lord. Okay so are. You didn't buy me to bring costumes dungeons and dragons. We played engines and dragons. My character is naming year lopping. We've my first ever so are like this is how we knew we were in love. And whatever like his first Birthday that i was a part of i organized with his brother who is a professional night. Who jousts and everything. We orchestrated a whole day of lar ping where he was a futuristic. Like sci agent. I woke up in the morning. Your perspective i stumbled to the bathroom. And there's this there's this weird outfit. They're like red leather coat and a pair of like weird futuristic sunglasses. And she's gone. And i'm like star. Good welcome and then i take a shower and then as the mirror fogs up. I see that someone has written on the mirror. See you next. Time coco. And i'm like what is this and then i get a phone call from like an altered voice. That's like moot into cafe on. Its here's this whole leg adventure plan. We organized all of his. We wrote a story. It was the line producer shed. We've wrote a whole story. We got all of the friends in on it. Everyone was a character. We organized the whole neighborhood. We set up like things for him to find throughout the neighborhood because he had like a secret mission. We like it was a whole day worth of like everyone's ever known secret. Not i'm just trying to get in your. But like it was so great. And like his like his introduction to me was like. I had those like crazy mask on and had to battle me in a battle of wits of like laser and then once he did like it was all everyone had a character and Abuse superfund. So what's your franchise..
"amanda knox" Discussed on The John Roa Show
"What is it that either incentivizes someone to not see the humanity in another human being or incentivizes them to see the humanity in another human being that they've never met an have no reason to arab out that is fascinating in two thousand fifteen after spending four years in the talian prison for a murder. She didn't commit the twenty five year old. Amanda knox was exonerated in walked free for in the eyes of the public..
"amanda knox" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"Her contribution to the dialogue. She's not that hot like there are women who were probably actively like. High School Jealous of Amanda Knox over sure there watching that and thinking that Amanda Knox like well, I. Guess I was just like really hot and like they decided to pin this murderer me like baby it's not that it's that like she is a light eyed blond haired girl from Seattle who had a roommate who was brutally murdered and like it all added up and we saw if you saw the documentary, it was all the press. This was literally the tabloid media that made this into what it was an Amandas very girl next door pretty, and that's exactly what she is. She's like Katie Holmes like in the Dawson's Creek era where you're dislike what it's like a really wholesome pretty girl. Yeah. But I love that you're not that hot like. A Lake has some fucking issues I don't think anybody's really saying that by the way. Oh. No I. Totally I mean I think she thinks well, like my point is that she watched the documentary in her takeaway was that a man? So hot right laying. That's. That's literally like how I thought of Britney Spears when I was thirteen like where I was like Listen Brittany? Okay like you may be pretty but like you can't be everyone's girlfriend. Okay and lake by the way way better personality than you like she's literally like that's how I thought of Britney's spears when I was in like a freshman in high school. So competition. Yeah right and it's like sweetie you're not competing with the man knocks like I hate to break it to you why trainee Microphone Right now sorry to hear that you guys anyway. So Yeah Guard tells her go back to herself. She's dumped the day baby. So this is right around the time in the movie because I wrote it down fifty thirty one. When they finally. Alert US to the presence of Rudy Day. Right and they don't they never mentioned in the movie. and. Forgive me I don't I don't know how to say this. He left a fingerprint, but also if you followed the case. He left something else at the crime scene right. So let's get pass the HIV scene because we know we captured that at the beginning we talked about that earlier. Yeah. So the deal with Rudy is that says, well, we're going to hear it. We're GONNA find we're GONNA meet Rudy for the first time the birth time Amanda finds out that Rudy is arrested she sees him getting arrested. We'll find out I think what he left at the crime scene in a minute. She She's watching this in the sal and can you imagine by the way a recovered memory of dreams like this is exactly what I hope for when it comes to recovered memories is like please let it someday kick in when I need it the most which is I'm sitting in a cell. Finally, they arrest them. Random Aski-. I'm remembering a smoking pot night we're going to gusting apart were they the downstairs roommates or that's a separate and For Simon callow sent them after fifty to thirty to fifty, four twelve. You could learn todd. Is Possible. This. Be Hiding is to. WE LIVE UPSTAIRS AMERICA Rhody. Friendly. One get.
"amanda knox" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"And then she hangs up in her mom's like, yeah. Amandas in the middle of a police investigation. So then she and Raphael Raphael go outside is it Rafael? I think it's I. Think it's a rough. Rough Rhino. Man I feel so bad for this guy by the way. Yeah he didn't as much as Amanda. Knox's mom. Got Marcia Gay Harden. This raphaeli Salah. Solaro. I don't even solely Arrow He got done dirty by whoever that by the actor they got to plan because I looked him up and he kind of looks like Mitch Hedberg with the Trust Fund like He. He's like a little guy. He's got the glasses. He's got Kinda like shaggy hair like he's he's put together looking kid and the guy that got to plan first of all, he's wearing a wig the whole time i. don't know if he's he. Just, come off something else in his hair was too short and they just had to get this guy but he's wearing a wig which is off putting, and then they kind of do that thing recently for my podcast, I watched the movie outbreak because we're living through a pandemic and in that movie they to to let you know that somebody had caught the thing they just put like a lot of red eye shadow on there is. This roffe Ellie guy the actor has this like the Kinda WanNa make him look like drugged out or super stoned all the time. So throughout the movie, he's got like these this red, these red blotchy is that would kinda me out if I were the real guy 'cause I just looked at a picture of him and he looked pretty normal to me. Yeah, you're right. They're trying to show that he is like an unreliable stonier and you know what you think about his ex factor and she says it and I never even put all this together is that like he's not just like an Italian guy that's nice to her and has weed in his cool. He's rich like that is another. Yeah she's like you know she does mention to meredith later on like departments. Pretty Nice. By the way I think his dad is wealthy and I think that was probably very alluring her while 'cause like women can't help it like at the end of the people can't help it at the end of the day like if you have a romantic prospect in one of them is loaded like that that does make them slightly more attractive and if you say that's not the case you're a fucking liar way. Louis Alps. We're all as some of our everything, right? Like there's if somebody seems successful or has access to things like that that can be very alluring much more. So than than you know went when I was. Raphaeli, celebs. Sola. Solely. Arrows. Look it up because I had I you know I had none of that. Going for me I wish I would have. Yeah I mean I think it's just like especially at that age you know you're twenty one you're in a different country like the fact that he has we'd money is hot to her like. A decent apartment and he has we'd money and night is a big. That's a big upset for her. So I was I was confused he so sh she's like, where are you from and he says the town and she's like, oh, on the Adriatic like she knew right where it was and then she like quizzes him on where Seattle was and he's Like it's in Washington stay like he couldn't really nail that it was on the Pacific Ocean but then he's like he's like Microsoft is there and that's okay. That's all you need to know like it or you could come up with costco or like that's good like he's done enough and then she's like most people say grey's anatomy and I was like. First of all, I've never seen an episode of Grey's anatomy but I know that this murder occurred in two thousand seven and so I looked up grey's anatomy grey's anatomy debuted in two thousand five. So was grey's anatomy such juggernaut that by two thousand, seven, the show's been on two maybe two and a half seasons everybody already associates the city of Seattle with the hospital TV show grey's anatomy is am I I doubt that gray's has gone overseas at that point and. then. They're dubbing it in Italian no I. think that that was honestly I think that that's how well we didn't know Amanda Knox because her ass is at the Renaissance Fair with her fucking. You know husband like they live like this. Weird like elfin lifelike varying. You know if you've seen them, they're in a superheroes earn that whole miserable. Team wedding I don't recall the theme, but there was some odd theme to their wedding I. Believe it was probably like dungeons and dragons do like, I don't know like she's just like she you know she likes Raphael. Harry Potter in because he looked like Harry Potter. So I would say gray's like she's not a great girl I'm assuming that they didn't have the rights to starbucks totally totally that makes more sense to because on their first date. They go they ride the carousel. Way Too excited. They're way more excited than any three year old. You've ever seen on a carousel but then if you put it if you couch it in the world of Amanda Knox and how she operates you Kinda see it you're like, oh. Yes. She would be way too stoked to be on a carousel that makes. No Dude, totally like anything more than a carousel would be too much in the carousels. Exact Bass where she thrives is she's on a carousel like that's exactly you're exactly right. That's where if I had to put her to live I would put her on Lake a beautiful carousel So. The press starts to show up at this point. So right away, they want us to know the press has a deep relationship. With this case, it may be it is for Perrugia this might be a hot thing I'm sure like our murder rate is so different I'm sure this was a big splash over there. Had to be, but how much presses they're like how many newspapers are Peru or I guess it's not far from a bigger places they're called Paparazzi for a reason. Okay. Like Italian in nature that's their whole deal, which by the way is shocking because like you would think a culture like that would be so it you would think. Celebrities like ghost like weird. Why would you be out taking photos like how embarrassing but anyway So the press rolling up in Philomina her roommate and her boyfriend are out there and they are strictly contrasted by Amanda. Raphaeli. Who are like basically making out outside of the house a little bit like they're just like it's not making out I would say that that's the press version. Noodle were canoed alling. Every person's reaction to these things are very different. It's just that Amanda Knox's reaction was. sensationally different odd wrong place at the wrong time. Don't. So some she's probably. She's a little off and just in terms of the way she views the world she's might be low key. Personality disorder something's going on also. She what it's a super horrible and any normal person would be freaked out that anybody that lived like if one of my neighbors got murdered I would. It would haunt my days. This was her roommate but. They hadn't been roommates very long. They weren't. They weren't close. Amanda didn't keep a very tidy bathroom we learn which can be very irritating if you have to live with someone. Yeah, I mean I will say that like maybe Amanda was like so triggered by like Oh, you know Seattle Microsoft because she is part computer like I think Amanda is. Like she was like, oh. But you know where I'm from like I, think that she. Is a very logical person. I don't think.
"amanda knox" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"It's being called the trial of the century in Italy Merican College student. Amanda Knox stands accused of killing her roommate in a bizarre sex game gone wrong. She's a victim of justice system, a town and an Italian media that was stacked against her regardless of the verdict Knox's life will never be the same. Hey, guys. We are back today with Amanda Knox Murder Trial. In Italy, my guest today is Brian. Back there he is the CO host of the baller lifestyle podcast. How are you? I'm great. Thank you for having me Molly. Yeah. No Problem I. Am we met because I guess your sister came to a hello giggles show years ago and I was talking about this Guy Carl from Rosemead who? Is a collar on the Jim Rome podcast wrench to mention that to you that I was talking about call from Rosemead and we've been following each other on the Internet for very long time and I recently did your sports podcast which I assume typically hosted by other people with you. So it's me I'm the host and I have a co host but when I had you on I just. Do we do one show. Per Week just a regular show and then we do an additional show every week for our subscribers and then when I interview that was just kind of like an extra show. So I just thought it would be fun to just kind flex my interviewing muscles and just talk to you one on one. But yes, typically I co host with gentleman rider from New Jersey called Ed daily and we talk we bullshit it's. Very. People are like Oh. You do a sports talk show, I don't follow sports. There's no one on the planet to follow sports less than me. There's no, I don't I really. So quasi aware of what's happening sports it's almost I find it very daunting to be up on what's happening in the world of sports but also as assists white male I feel like I have a duty to to know what's happening in the world of sports so. You don't need to know about sports to listen to my show because you probably already know about sports than I do. Right right. I I'm a fan of the soap opera of sports. Winch. You know I have to say I kept thinking about when I was watching this movie because Italy This is their OJ Amanda. Knox is like a big moment for them. Totally. It's kind of our OJ too I. Mean I remember being like so. Enraged about this and I get like this like the West Memphis three and anything that's like. So someone is so obviously being railroaded and there's no one. There's no one like above the person that makes the decision there's there's some jackass that makes the decision. In this case, the prosecutor who was like also the COP somehow. Italy, I will say that like this belts twenty years behind Oj was twenty years after Oj and like by the way they don't need what we have over here like there's like you know feel free to reach out to me or you know don't reach out to me with like Italian court history. I don't really know it all but like going through this whole case as A. I guess a fan of the case that are what we call it when it's you know an act of spectator of the case can bring watching this movie today I was like this is some real I mean when they thought that the DNA on the knife, like what is for sure murderous DNA it turned out to be a piece of Rye bread that really. took me to another place and then you look back at like where we were in our country to J. Twenty years ago we're still in such a place of unrest about it. I feel like even though everyone kind of knows OJ did it which is something else I want to get to. OJ was smart enough to do his murdering before there was CSI. So they're like, Hey. His bloods in the car and his blood at the crime scene in his DNA's. Everywhere and there, and then they got. To come in and go, you can't trust that. You can you can't a could've put it there meanwhile everybody's watching everybody and it was just right before everybody was watching forty eight hours. Every Friday night and everybody was really like their own forensic, doing their own forensic analysis all the like now unless you do it in a very small town. It's impossible to murder somebody and get away with it. It's impossible. It can't be done because they're just good at finding out who did it but Oj he was smart enough to do his murdering and nine, hundred, ninety four when they didn't they didn't. No, no one knew. Amanda Knox or he was she there was no evidence against her other than she lived in the same house. There's no. There was laying reason rethink that she did the thing that she was accused of except that she was she was roommates with the girl. And she was kind of weird. Yeah. SLUTTY and if She liked reflect in the Flooding in and that sells well a Roman Catholic society they're like. Horror, which is crazy because like Italy, it's like known for its bromance it's known for its like amorous nature and then. It's girl comes to town has sex with one dude consistently and. I don't know like she's nailed for being this international slot because of an you know an eight year old soccer name. In the, even the even show it sort of in the movie when the when the COP prosecutor guys like. A you know. It's. It's okay just. Make. A list of everyone you've ever banged and you know he was just so excited entailed elated in turned on to get this girl tough to force this girl's almost like a kind of rape to force this girl to relive her sexual history just four for no reason other than his benefit just to titillate him it was just to excite him. And we I what it was four, and then you we live in this world where there's so much where women are supposed to or are forced to have this kind of shame that about liking sex or having had sex, and here she is. She's Hayden Pani. Penalty. Air. Our you pronounce it. But. It's like she she's like she's like squirming in her seat as if as if that could ever happen to guy first of all guy, it'd be like, Oh, too many lists dino. There was that one chick and it was like it wouldn't be any big deal at all but there's there's sort of misogynistic thing to it. I found kind of disgusting and kind of like. Archaic now I feel like we're we're posts slut shaming. You're forgetting an important elements of that scene, which is that they told her that she had. HIV Course. They were basically trying to say like, but how slutty are you like? Can we prove that you're in a satanic? Situation because that's what it and I'm like, why aren't you go to the people down in San Diego and Pollyanna remarried dating because they feel like there's a killer too in that house like really well. Yeah. I think Michael Michael's definitely murder. But he in Kamala Debbie, they do their murders together they. Probably they probably go out and kill and.
Amanda Knox in Italy for first time since acquittal for murder
"Fully cleared murder suspect amend, Knox explains why she returned here to the country that falsely accused her. I'm ABC's Meghan Williams in Rome, they know. Wooding back in Italy for the first time since her twenty fifteen murder acquittal of British student, Meredith Kurtzer. Amanda Knox said prosecutors in the media, depicted, her as a dirty psychopathic man eater onto, which people could project their fantasies fears and moral judgments. Knox made the comments at a conference on criminal Justice in the northern Italian city of Modena before being cleared in two thousand fifteen she and her boyfriend spent four years in prison in Italy for the murder of Kurtzer, Meghan Williams, ABC news.
Amanda Knox, Hodge And Italy discussed on WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf
"Costs. Amanda Knox's back in Italy, where she spent nearly four years in prison for a murder conviction, which was eventually overturned twice knock spoke at the Italy innocence project in Modina panel, discussing the media's impact on trials ABC's Julia McFarland, has more. Reporters, and photographers, greeting Hodge. You big on controversial. Visit the thirty one year old describing what she went through and the sensational coverage of the case including infamous media nickname, generally steamy on ring bat of foxy, knock scene, but knock saying, well, full narratives, I'm through the media can undermine Justice. The media can also have the power to find the truth calling journalists the first line of defense against the thirties knocks was a college student in two thousand seven when she was accused of murdering her then college roommate a British student aimed merit. If Kirch her well both studied as exchange students at an Italian university kerchiefs family has expressed outrage over Knox appearance. They're calling it a ploy for
Amanda Knox Returns to Italy for First Time Since Her Acquittal
"Amanda Knox is back in Italy for the first time since her acquittal. I just don't know if I go back I don't think I would. She was invited to speak at a conference organized by the Italy innocence project. She said that this thing didn't exist when she was convicted. She says I'm honored to accept their invitation to speak to the talian people at this historic event, return to Italy for the first time one of those things where you, you're not you're not celebrated as a hero in Italy. So I'm not sure that would be I on my trips in terms of getting out and going around to around
Europe court orders Italy to pay damages to Amanda Knox
Years After Murder Exoneration, Amanda Knox Hosts TV Show About Women Who've Been Publicly Shamed
"After last year's mayhem is almost keith eldridge police had a strong presence throughout the day and on into the evening they vowed to do everything they could prevent a repeat of may day two thousand seventeen with a may day march turned violent windows at several businesses were broken and demonstrators were pepper sprayed a total of nine people were arrested for malicious mischief nine officers were hurt got tired of seeing that robert johnson of capital city guitars decided to take back history put on a sidewalk barbecue and jam session we shouldn't have presence and came out and did a barbecue put some music out here that we might determine them people out of join the night definitely noticing the difference between last year and is pretty mellow and inviting the demonstration a peaceful international workers celebration at sylvester definitely by all means for all the people there now may totally peaceful here leadville keith eldridge komo news time seven seattle's amanda knox back in the news try to help other women whom she says have been maligned and the media knox was convicted of murder in italy serving prison time there before eventually being exonerated now she's working on a new project with facebook it's called the scarlet letter reports if she talked with in it she talked with women in the public spotlight who are fighting to reclaim their reputations vilification came through the lens of our societies impulse to vilify women and female sexuality and coming home from that i've seen how that same vilification process happens towards other women and that's what this show is all about is is bringing back compassion and context to journalism and scott reports appears on facebook every wednesday voters may soon run out of excuses for feeling return election ballots komo's carleen johnson with more secretary of.