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"He won't take no for an answer from red state officials. These governors won't help speed depending how use my powers president get them out of the way. We'll he's zero tolerance policy work or caused a deeper divide and as the country approaches the twenty year anniversary of nine eleven. gnp congressman who served in iraq and afghanistan. adam came zinger shares. His view of america two decades later and wi fi disagrees with president biden about the withdrawal from afghanistan. Floods america ferrara on. how she's helping latinos take center stage to change their lives and transform the world and one of the views original fab five star jones returns to the hot topics table as our guest. Co hose. here come hot topics win. Whoopie joy day. Sunny halston ana navarro. Now let's get things started. Welcome to the thank you everybody. So it's friday and please welcome back to the studio for the first time in almost two years the fabulous and navarro.
"america ferrera" Discussed on The View
"Plus emmy winner and activists. America ferrera has a flashback to celebrate her very first role. And how she's lending. Her voice to the broadway smash turned movie musical in the high here. Come hot topics with whoopie. Sarah haynes joy behar sunny boston and meghan mccain. now let's get things started lou barlow and welcome to the view. President biden is sending a half a million vaccine doses overseas to help get the world inoculated but as the rate of vaccinations drops in the united states. It now becomes a legal battle more than one hundred houston hospital. Employees are suing claiming that the law requiring them to get their shot violates their rights. The hospital just suspended them without pay for two weeks and we'll fire them if they don't get a shot by june twenty-first and they kinda send you know you got a lot of patience here in the hospital so we'd like you get these shots so the question is should health care. Workers have an option here. Which of course they do. They can opt not to go back to work in that hospital. But what do you think joy. Do they have an option. Yeah it's a free country. It's a free country you know. They have the right to walk off the job. That doesn't mean the hospital. Can't fire them. I think i mean the thing about it. That i don't get is if you're anti-science why are you in the medical field. Why why don't you go be a lighthouse keeper or a nightwatchman watchman. You don't really have to interact with people. You picked this fields because you are interested in medicine and science and in the hippocratic oath which is do no harm. What happened to that you know. I think about hospitals as as hotbeds of germs and infections and staph infection you can get l. all sorts of things in a hospital now they have to add covert from a hospital work to to go to a patient. It's kind of. It's kind of outrageous. I mean this is not a political issue. This is a health issue and another thing. I don't understand is if you are afraid of the of the of the vaccine. Then how is it that you can be bribed by a beer or a lottery that that doesn't make sense to me. Are you afraid or are you just being stubborn and political. you know. that's the question the whole world is looking to us now to give them vaccines and our own country is saying a lot of people are saying no no thank you. I'm just fine. It's sort of sad. Megan other industries. Aside isn't this a basic safety measure for a hospital worker. Yeah i mean anyone who has been in a family member a loved one or ben in the hospital themselves especially people that are getting cancer treatment. I remember the times. I've been in rooms with people are fighting cancer. You actually have to put on scrubs and gloves because their immune system get so compromised with chemotherapy. And that's just under normal times. I agree with joy. I think that if you are a person who was chosen to go in the medical field and you don't believe what scientists and doctors are proselytizing. It's sort of like in politics when you can't convince your family members to vote for you. You probably shouldn't be running for office if you can't get your brother your sister to vote for you. That's how i feel about these nurses like if you don't agree with what you're industry is proselytizing. You should go in a different field. And you're putting the patients in a really really uncomfortable position Look i i met a nurse When i was getting vaccinated. And you know the. I know there's still a lot of hesitancy among women who are pregnant or childbearing age and the one of the nurses. I spoke to her daughter. Wouldn't get the vaccine for that reason and it's it's just like if you can't convince people that this is this is good for you and that this is a health public health crisis than i. Just don't know what you're doing in this industry. And i think past that we have a we have a much bigger problem this country with vaccine hesitancy and i i'm very mixed on whether or not you can force someone to get a vaccine Outside of the medical field. But i think when it comes to hospitals and doctors i think they should be forced to. Yeah so is this. A reasonable request from the hospital abc. Ganlu get the vaccine so you don't endanger everyone in here. Yep people in hospitals and nursing homes or in the ground zero of this virus in where it has where it's all out over the last more than a year now. I understand that some people are hesitant. I don't think they're all anti-science. I think some people are waiting for a full approval because this is still just an fda emergency authorization which the pharmaceutical companies are working to get that full approval. I think when that happens we will probably see these vaccines mandatory with schools. President biden just announced. He's not gonna make federal employees. Do this because it's still on that emergency approval list but when it comes to these hospitals you absolutely. It's a hard yes you have to be vaccinated. You are among the most immuno-compromised among us beyond just the cancer patient. The patients which i know megan spoke to their so vulnerable during chemotherapy. You also have transplant patients. You have people with immune disorders that come and the hospitals are where you go for that medical treatment so it becomes so dangerous to allow for unvaccinated people to be working in these hospitals. Now i mean i think of all babies newborns. There's just too many. There's too many open. Your system is just open. You can get anything and it just doesn't seem reasonable to me that you would not want to do this. And you're civil rights. You know this one thing but you know. I'm getting tired of people. Talk about their civil rights and to hell with mine you know we all got civil rights. We all have. It will right. We all have the ability to take care of each other. This helps it. Now there's illegal notes. Sarah yeah we have a legal. No houston methodist president. Dr boom said in a statement that quote unfortunately a small number of individuals have decided not to put their patients first unquote and that he understood it was very difficult decision for some employees to be vaccinated but they did the right thing to protect our patients. Your colleagues your families in our community. That's the bottom line. you know. this is if we're all in it together. We gotta do what we do and listen. You wouldn't tell the surgeon don't wear a mask and surgery because it violates your civil rights you wouldn't say all i'm going to bring my kid and i don't care if my child has to sit with kids who have not been immunized with for mumps or so you schools. Don't let you do the come on people. We're smarter than this. We'll be right back..
"america ferrera" Discussed on The View
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"america ferrera" Discussed on The View
"And harry celebrate. The birth of beds oughta never before of royal baby born in america. What was her life be like growing appear. How was she fits into the royal family. The american royal baby streaming o.'neil. Welcome back our friend. America ferrara has come a long way since for show biz debut twenty years ago and now this emmy winning actress activist. Director and producer is empowering everyone in the latino community to make their mark as well. Please welcome back the fabulous america ferrara. Hey welcome back to the view. Joy has the first question to so. It's so nice to see you again. Even in the circumstances so monday vice president khama harris spoke at the news conference in guatemala. And she said quote i want to be clear to folks in this region who are thinking about making the dangerous trek to the united states mexico. Border do not come unquote. What was your reaction to that statement. I had so many thoughts But first and foremost extreme disappointments and and confusion at just how useless and futile and ineffective a strategy. That is i mean. And i know that vice president harris knows the stories too but i have spent many years sitting in shelters detention centers on this side of the border and on the other side of the border with you know hundred families mexican families. Guatemala families hearing the stories of of the the violence and the life threatening circumstances that they're flaying and for me you know what she said It is is essentially telling a drowning person to stop flailing their life to to not do the one thing that might save them or their child and it's not only incredibly ineffective as she knows It's cruel and matt such a disappointment because because as a vice president harrison president biden promise compassion. They promised humanity. They promise that we were going to bring humanity back into our our country's governance and including in our immigration policy and that was not humanity and that was not compassionate. It was more of the same that we've been hearing for decades Quite honestly as somebody who campaigned for rallied and voted for a biden harris It's a slap in the face to for all the immigrant advocates. Who who believed What they promised which was changed and and compassion and so they know better and they should do better. And i'm not under the impression never was that we were electing perfect people you know. I think that it is our role in our job to elect To elect people and then to hold them accountable and she should be held accountable to these comments. Because they're harmful and they perpetuate a very harmful Perspective that that really does make immigrants in this country less safe. Let me let me ask you this. America you're one of the co founders of an organization called fast. That's a community built to celebrate. Let the culture and harness latina power. How did the idea for this. Come about and tell us about what you've been working on this year. Yeah well what did he says is a is a community that i co-founded with ten incredible. Let women either longoria christie habiger stuff. New valencia just morales for keto just incredible women from all different backgrounds professionally and the goal was. How do we build power for latinas in this country. How do we shift how we see ourselves. How what the stories that are told us what the stories are that. We believe about us and in every aspect of our life yes in elections and in politics at the ballot box but also in our jobs in our parenting and in our access to health and and to mental health. And so you know we are. We are We are just growing so quickly as a community. And and it's just so beautiful to see how eager latina's in this country are to feel represented and reflected empowered and to talk about so many issues like mental health. That are that are stigmatized. Not just in the culture in our country overall but but but particularly in in the latino communities while america. i just want to switch gears for a minute. We both gave birth to daughters last year during the pandemic and you recently opened up about the experience saying it was really scary. You said that you feel this immediate bond when you meet other mothers of the pandemic babies can you tell us about that. Yeah well congratulations. That's exciting yeah. I give birth to my second child. My daughter lucia in may of last year. she's already thirteen months which is just unbelievable And it was scary at the beginning because we we didn't know what we didn't know. And i knew that. I was gonna have to give birth hospital because i needed to have a section because i had placenta. Previa hospital was a scary notion at that. Time We didn't know how it was affecting pregnant women or newborn children. And you know how safe it would be to be in a to be in that hospital And yeah it was. It was stressful. I think that what really grounded me and calmed me was knowing that i was so far from the only person the only the only parents breathing and having children in this time and and so you know megan. You're in the exact same situation as me and i was. I was thinking about you and all the other women who felt afraid in that time. But you know. I'm feel very very fortunate that that she was born healthy that i got through it that you know we the fortunate ones so. I feel very blessed. Congratulations on baby lucia. You also celebrated twenty years of being in this business recently by posting a photo from the first roll you ever had in the disney channel. New it up. What do you remember most about that time. And what do you wish you knew back then..
"america ferrera" Discussed on The View
"Sara yes caitlyn. You also have gotten some pushback from within the trans community for seemingly coming out in support of the trans athlete bands that have been proposed and dozens of states now as an olympian and one of the most famous athletes in the world. Your thoughts do carry some weight here. And you've called it. Fundament fundamentally a question of fairness opponents. Say it's pure discrimination. How significant do you think this issue is to be honest with you. It's a very small issue in the state of california I have been very outspoken. On this You can go to my website. Caitlyn jenner dot com. I explain everything and but we have so much so many bigger issues in this state like immigration Right now we have huge immigration issue in the state as governor. I would. I closes southern border. I would on all state lands. Finish the border. The border wall. Do what i would call the best job we can do and protecting our eastern front and illegal immigration into this state has been such a burden on the taxpayers on homes on businesses. In fact just last week. The supreme court made a ruling nine zero. One was the last time you saw. The supreme court agreed unanimously on a decision that people in the country on the tps program. The temporary protected status that they will not be eligible for citizenship. And honestly i agree with that. And if you're in this state illegally and you get arrested you are deported. I would be tough on. Immigrants kick bought also. We have so many immigrants. We don't have much time so let me just let me just ask this. I mean you seem to be up to date on a lot of political issues. You've obviously been briefed but you you have no political experience and my my question to you is. Why should california voters vote for you. When my understanding is in the last twenty years you did not vote in two thirds of elections. And although you told. Cnn's dana bash. That you voted in the twenty twenty election. You actually did vote in the two thousand twenty election. You cast a mail in ballot so you haven't really been engaged in the civic process. Why should why should california voters believe in you. Because i'm the best person for the job. i Am a common sense person. I also attract a lot of good people. And i would do everything for the people of this state. Gavin newsom has nothing but do things for special interests and it's wrong and the people have heard and that's why he's in a recall right now he's done touch a terrible job. I can come in as a fresh face. Kaitlyn you've said you've settled that. Thank you for that. I wanna ask you something before we go because we're out of time something that's important for me to know you say that you're a republican and i'm just wondering because a lot of republicans in this country believe that donald trump won the election and not joe biden are you one of those people one of those republicans. I'm not going to get into that. That election is over with. I think donald trump did see some good things. And what i liked about. Donald trump is up dirt win but he was. He was a disruptor when he was president. I want to do the same thing. I want to go in and be a thoughtful disruptor and sacramento. We need to change the system. And i want to change that system gender. I have to cut you off. I have to cut your because we're getting ready to go. Thanks to kaitlin want to come back and spend more time with you. Well we're here. You know you're here we'll be.
"america ferrera" Discussed on The View
"Gavin newsom encourage every californian to say yes recall them then you go to a long list after that of who do you want to run the state and I'm on that list and i hope that That they they put me in that position. Caitlyn i wanted to ask you really quickly before we have to go to commercial. You said recently that coming out as transgendered your family was easier than telling them you were running as a republican for governor. Why was that. What has been their feedback on your run so far well. First of all the feedback has been very positive I have had absolutely no pushback. Because i'm a member of the lgbt community particularly the trans community. Nil pushback whatsoever. But i'm running as an inclusive republican and that means I am inclusive to everybody. Because on the republican side i have conservative economic beliefs. I believe in less government less regulations and building a pro business environment. I talked to one of the largest companies that left california and i asked him. I said why did you leave. Any says i left because it's just not a business friendly environment but as an inclusive republican because. I don't want people to put me this box of my republican but as an inclusive republican. I'm there for everybody. I want to be inclusive. I don't want to go to the republican party. I want the republican party to come to me. The.
"america ferrera" Discussed on The View
"Next caitlyn jenner is live to lay out her plan to fix the sad state of affairs. She says governor gavin newsom has put california in and give her view of states imposing a ban on trans athle-. Welcome back caitlyn. Jenner's been in the spotlight for decades as an olympian and reality star and probably one of the most famous transgender women in the world and she joins us now to tell us why she wants to add california governor to harass somme. Welcome back to the view. caitlyn jenner. Well thank you very much. It's always a pleasure to be with all the ladies and especially you won't be we've been friends forever. Yes we have and that leads me to say that you know. I'm curious as to why you would want to jump into being governor of california when you guys are coming out of the the craziness that we've all been living in your guys done a fairly decent job but you're not happy with the job that he's done. Tell me what what you would do differently than he's done. Well first of all I'm running against the perc- of sacramento and particularly gavin newsom This recall is really been led by so many parents of young kids who have been kept out of school for the last year and to be honest with you right now. Honored even know if next fall. Open it up gavin. Newsom has been going up against And putting himself beside the teacher's union. I put it this way as far as his response gavin. Newsom wasn't for the people he was for the elites gavin. Newsom wasn't for the kids. He was for the teachers. Union gavin newsom wasn't for the workers who was firm self while he's shut us down. He lived up at the french laundry. It's like a different set of standards. I moved to this state in one thousand nine hundred seventy three. This is forty eight years ago when fuel was thirty nine cents a gallon. Today at the tax on fuel is over fifty cents a gallon. I've seen such tremendous changes. I've seen the downfall. I've seen eighteen. Thousand companies have left california. Great jobs great people have left. We lost a congressional seat whereas left people. Living in this state things needs to change and I feel like i'm willing to fight for this state. I think it is worth fighting for. And if we don't stand up we'll be nothing is gonna change. It's gonna stay the same. And so i'm standing up and honestly i'm excited about the future. I want to bring hope back to california gavin. Newsom has destroyed. Hope i want to bring it back. Caitlyn let me interrupt you because so we get a lot of questions and by the way. Welcome to the show. It's really nice to have you here. Senior this yeah. Yes as governor. Now as governor you'd be overseen forty million constituents and the fifth largest economy in the world in the world so there are plenty of the government positions out there for you to get your feet. You can run for mayor or you could run for school board. Maybe why is governor the most populous state in the country. A good place to start your political career. It seems like it's like jumping line a little bit. Say that first of all. I am an outsider. I get that we are in a state that is controlled by the gavin. Newsom 's of the world and things have to change and being an outsider. I think is a good thing I'm not the one as we would call the insider that has given us the highest tax rates in the nation we have the highest sales tax in the nation. At seven point two five percent we have the highest gas taxes. We have regulations on top of regulations. We have twenty two point one million regulations words of regulations on the book. It would take you almost three years to read all the regulations that we have. I did not do that. I am an outsider and that is a good thing and so i think that's what we need. I know it's a tough road As a republican to win in the bluest of blue states. But i'm not your average republican. I am what i call in the republican. What's that. I have a question caitlyn. You're saying you're you're an outsider. And i understand that but you're also someone that doesn't have any political experience and i think that is the criticism you're getting because but you've said that you'll make up for your lack of political experience by surrounding yourself with really great people that direct quote but it's been reported that your campaign has so far been assisted by brad. Pascal the former president trump's controversial ex campaign manager as well as caroline wren a gop fundraiser. Who according to propublica helped organize the rally that led to the attack on the capital as people that you're surrounding yourself with to advise you. So what exactly do you mean by surrounding yourself with really great people when i decided to do this being on an a as an outsider. I wanted to put the best group of people as you would call insiders for a political campaign I was able to hire some of the best people out there to join the campaign And it's more than just brad or caroline There is a whole host of people that have worked with me over the last few months. And honestly i think i've gotten very very good advice They know this arena. They know what's going on. And so i don't make any issues for anybody but I feel like. I have a good team around. The that can lead me to victory so Yeah i'm actually very excited at the place on mount right. Now we'll kaitlyn. You've been very critical of gavin newsom performances governor particularly his handling of the pandemic. nearly a third of california's restaurants have permanently closed since he imposed to statewide. Lockdowns and california's still has not fully reopen. Which is insane despite having one of the lowest coburn infection rates in the country I talked to a friend of bed. Is who is a restaurant owner in california. Who's just despondent and disgusted. I have friends who have left california. This year. i used to live in california. I would move back to california for anything. God's green earth right now. How do you intend to help. Resuscitate the hundreds of thousands of lives and dreams that have been crushed by governor newsome's inconsistent policies. That is your absolute right. Inconsistent policies is probably the most important you said restaurants thirty three percent have closed close permanently. The other ones It's very difficult. One of my favorite restaurants right down the street I go to a lot has been closed at finally. They're just reopening now but they've been closed. Those people are out of work. It's a shame it shouldn't happen that way. You know other governors have done it different ways. I mean a good example. Florida disneyworld opened up almost a year. Ago okay california anaheim disneyland. Just opened up last month with limited. You know occupancy gavin newsom as done just an absolute terrible job During this recall. I don't know if you know how recall works In the state of california they're gonna send out twenty two a little over twenty two million mail in ballots There's two questions on the ballot. The first one is. Do you want to recall..
"america ferrera" Discussed on The View
"President biden is sending a half million vaccine doses overseas to help get the world inoculated but as the rate of vaccinations drops in the united states. It now becomes a legal battle more than one hundred houston hospital. Employees are suing and claiming that the law requiring them to get their shot violates their rights. The hospital just suspended them without pay for two weeks and will fire them if they don't get a shot by june twenty-first and they'd kinda send you know you got a lot of patients here in the hospital so we'd like you to get these shots so the question is should health care. Workers have an option here. Which of course they do. They can not to go back to work in that hospital. But what do you think joy do they have an optional. Yeah it's a free country. It's a free country and now they have the right to walk off the job. That doesn't mean the hospital. Can't fire them. I think i mean the thing about it. That i don't get it if you're anti-science why are you in the medical field. Why why don't you go be a lighthouse keeper or a nightwatchman where you don't really have to interact with people. You picked says fields because you are interested in medicine and science and in the hippocratic oath which is do no harm. What happened to that you know. I mean think about hospitals as as hotbeds of germs and infections and staph infection you can get all sorts of things in a hospital now. They have to add covert from a hospital work to to go to a patient. It's kind of. It's kind of outrageous. I mean this is not a political issue. This is a health issue and another thing. I don't understand is if you are afraid of the of the of the vaccine. Then how is it that you can be bribed by a beer or a lottery that that doesn't make sense to me. Are you afraid or are you just being stubborn and political. you know. that's the question the whole world is looking to us now to give them vaccines and our country is saying. A lot of people are saying. No no thank you. I'm just fine. It's sort of sad. Megan other industries. Aside isn't this a basic safety measure for a hospital worker. Anyone who has been in You know a family member. A loved one or ben in the hospital themselves especially people that are getting cancer treatment. I remember the times. I've been in rooms with people fighting cancer. You actually have to put on scrubs and gloves because their immune system get so compromised with chemotherapy. And that's just under normal times. I agree with joy. I think that if you are a person who choose to go in the medical field and you don't believe what scientists and doctors are proselytizing. It's sort of like in politics when you can't convince your family members to vote for you like you probably shouldn't be running for office if you can't get your brother your sister to vote for you. That's how i feel about these nurses like if you don't agree with what you're industries proselytizing. You should go in a different field and you're putting patients in a really really uncomfortable position look i i met a nurse When i was getting vaccinated. And the i you know there's still a lot of hesitancy among women who are pregnant childbearing age and the one of the nurses. I spoke to her daughter. Wouldn't get the vaccine for that reason and it's it's just like if you can't convince people that this is this is good for you and that this is a health You know a public health crisis then. I just don't know what you're doing in this industry. And i think past that we have a we have a much bigger problem this country with vaccine hesitancy and i. I'm very mixed on whether or not you can force someone to get a vaccine outside of the medical field but i think when it comes to hospitals and doctors i think they should be forced to sir. Is this a reasonable request from the hospital. Abc ganlu get the vaccine. So you don't endanger everyone in here yeah. People in hospitals and nursing homes are in the ground zero of this virus. And where it has you know where. It's all played out over the last more than a year now. I understand that some people are hesitant. I don't think they're all anti-science. I think some people are waiting for a full approval because this is still just an fda emergency authorization which the pharmaceutical companies are working to get that full approval. I think when that happens we will probably see these vaccines mandatory with schools. President biden just announced. He's not gonna make federal employees. Do this because it's still on that emergency approval lists but when it comes to these hospitals. You absolutely it's a hard. Yes you have to be vaccinated. You are among the most immuno-compromised among us beyond just the cancer patients patients. Which i know. Megan spoke to their so vulnerable during chemotherapy. You also have transplant patients. You have people with a moon disorders. That and the hospitals are where you go for that medical treatment so it becomes so dangerous to allow for unvaccinated people to be working in these hospitals. Now i mean i think all babies newborns there's just too many there's too many open your system is just open. You can get anything and it just doesn't seem reasonable to me that you would not want to do this. And you're civil rights this one thing but you know i'm getting tired of people talking about their civil rights and to hell with mine you know we all got civil rights we all have. It will right. We all have the ability to take care of each other. This helps it now. There's a legal note. Sarah yeah we have a legal houston methodist president. Dr mark boom said in a statement that quote unfortunately a small number of individuals have decided not to put their patients first unquote and that he understood it was very difficult decision for some employees to be vaccinated but they did the right thing to protect our patients. Your colleagues your families in our community. That's the bottom line. you know. this is if we're all in it together. We gotta do what we gotta do and listen. You wouldn't tell the surgeon don't wear a mask and surgery. Cousin violates your civil rights. You wouldn't say all. I'm going to bring my kid and i don't care if my child has to sit with kids who have not been immunized with four months or so schools. Don't let you do the come on people. We're smarter than this. We'll be right back. Still ahead caitlyn. Jenner is live to tell you her plan to cancel. Cancel culture and wake up the woke as the next governor of california plus emmy winner and activists america ferrara on helping create.
Obama, Actress America Ferrera hold election eve rally in Miami as Democrats rally for Latino votes
"24 hours to go until voters can head to the polls to pick their next president. People on both sides of the fence are rallying to get people to turn out tomorrow. We'll need you to actress America, Ferrera says. There's no time to waste. She's urging voters to come up with a plan if they're voting in person tomorrow, and those who opted for mail in ballots to make sure they're dropped off at a polling precinct, since it's too late for the U. S Postal Service Now we need you. Drop off those mail in ballots in person. Do it now. Do it today. Barack Obama will be in Miami tonight. President Trump Build a late night rally's Sunday in Opa locka. Nine million people have already early voted in Florida, so lines may be manageable tomorrow. Wendi
Marvel’s Helstrom Is Now Streaming on Hulu
"Hulu is premiering hellstrom which. At one point was known as Marvel's. Hellstrom. But somehow the marbles disappeared probably because it has no particular relationship to the marvel comic character and because Jeff Lobe is out at Marvel TV and they're changing their marvel TV exactly and they're changing the entire administration. So Hulu basically has in this particular case, a somewhat orphaned TV show that he is not very good. It is. So what you're saying is it's all connected Dan. Bullets connected to eventual cancellation I would assume. I turn what ever it's just not very good. It's IT'S A it's been. If you go online, you can see how the original character of. Demon Hellstrom and his sister Santana Anna here. Look in the comex they look nothing like that nothing in their world looks anything like the comedy connection basically, it's been re conceived as A. Color drained. Overly dark exercises drama of the type the TV has had like twenty in the past five years and the even acknowledge multiple times in the first five episodes. How much TV and movies have been doing exorcism stop and yet they do hassle absolutely nothing new or interesting with it.
11 Trivia Questions on USA Crossword
"Guys. Today's episode is all about a USA crossword. Why give you letters and you try and come up with the answers? Just like you're doing crossword puzzle and before we do that. We have some questions for you from trivial pursuit. Here's a question from a movie in beetlejuice. What BOOK TURNS UP ON? Gina Davis Alex Alec Baldwin's coffee table after their untimely demise. What is named the book from Beetlejuice? That is called the handbook for the recently deceased. Handbook for the recently deceased love. That movie love that book. It's a very cool prop. You buy at places like hot topic and box lunch. They have purses and wallets and things of that cover. Your next question is about Michael. Keaton and David Letterman. Who's nineteen seventy eight variety? Show had a troop that included Michael Keaton and David Letterman. Who's nine hundred? Seventy eight variety show was that and that was Mary. Tyler Moore way back in the day. Mary Tyler Moore David Letterman Michael. Keaton working together. That's kind of fun and here is your last question. It's about music. What was the name of the male member of the carpenters? What was the first name of that member of the carpenters? That was Richard Richard Carpenter. I imagine there you go. Thank you guys for listening to this intro and get ready because we got eleven more. Usa themed questions common at you right about now here we go all right here. We go with the USA Crossword. We'll give you the amount of letters and the clue and you tell me or looking for all American and USA related things number one ten letters a famous building that blows up in Independence Day number one ten letters famous building that blows up in independence. Day that's number one number one number. Two six letters thirty third. Us President number two six letters the thirty third US president and number three on your list nine letters the capital of Iowa number three nine letters the capital of Iowa number four eight letters the most American desert Americans in quotes number four eight letters the most American desert question number five nine letters home state of springsteen number five nine letters home state of springsteen number six seven letters memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech number six seven letters the memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech and number seven six letters in Eureka California. You can see this. World's biggest tool in Eureka California. You can see this world's biggest tool questionable eight ten letters. America Ferrera. Is this Sitcom after five seasons. What is it after five seasons? What do you think an number nine four letters? The Police Department for Dangle Clementine and Garcia Police Department for Dangle Clinton and Garcia question number ten we have six letters and that's the MLB World Series Champs in two thousand fifteen number ten MLB world series champs in two thousand fifteen six letters and the bonus four two points twelve letters. I'm looking for the name of Hogan's entrance song name when he wrestles Hogan's entrance song name twelve letters those all your questions for USA Crossword. We'll be right back in just a second to see how you did. We are back with the answers to USA Crossword U. S. A. Let's see how you did number one. Ten letters famous building blows up Independence Day is of course the White House to five letter words for the ten letters in White House number. Two six letters the third. Us President Harry S. Truman Truman. Where the six letters we are looking for. Tru Number. Two number three nine letters capital of Iowa is de Moines Das Mo es es Des Moines number. Three number four. We had eight letters the most American desert looking for Apple Pie eight letters. Long Apple Pie number five nine letters home state of springsteen that's Bruce Springsteen and New Jersey nine letters New Jersey number six seven letters memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech. That was the Lincoln Memorial Lincoln number seven six letters in Eureka California. You can see this world's biggest tool it is a hammer. The world's biggest hammer is in Eureka. California number eight ten letters. America Ferrera is leaving this Sitcom after five seasons. It's called superstore. You can drive by the storefront that they use for the exterior shots of the building on Barham Boulevard in Burbank. California right near where my first apartment was number nine four letters police department. Four Dangle Clementine Garcia. They brought back this show on. Qube. It's Reno for Reno nine one one. Those are characters on Reno nine one one number ten six letters. Mlb World Series Champs in two thousand fifteen. The royals Kansas city royals and the bone is twelve letters. Hogan's entrance song name is real American Hogan I am a real American in there. You guys all your questions for the USA themed Crossword Hope. He had fun playing along with today's quiz. We have one more question for you. It's called the question of the day. And it is what sea creature is associated with. Ross and Rachel's relationship on friends. Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday is questioned. The day was about the sparkling water brand from Coca Cola that was released in two thousand twenty and the answer is Ha- A. H. A. It's called a high and it's pretty damn good. I like the citrus citrus. Green tea one. It's green and yellow box. Looks like lemon lime? Go Try that. If you have not had the citrus Green tea and your Trivia team name of the day is come and get your gloves. Come and get your gloves. Thank you so much for playing trivia with me. Thanks for telling a friend about the show and we'll see you next time for more trivia with buds jeers
"america ferrera" Discussed on The Daily Dive
"It's something that can have physical effects on people. It can raise your blood pressure. Can you know that anxiety that constant that stress that you may have from being alone may lead to all sorts of physical problems and they find increased more rapid mortality among people who are isolated toward lonely so there quickly diving into see how quickly those kinds of symptoms can appear in people based on their isolation. It's not something they'd studied before Before it was just sort of like okay. This person is isolated. Let's look at how they do compared to somebody who's not But now they're trying to ramp up and it's an international effort with researchers from around the country trying to see how quickly those kind of symptoms can really start materializing. People is it a month as a two months three months. So they're trying to take a close look at what that's doing. We hear a lot about sort of the the mental problems that come with it. You know just straight. Depression is something that a lot of people have described when they're in those situations and those are very easy to identify those mental things that we can see but it's that question of how it affects people mentally or physically. Excuse me and whether that can lead to some pretty drastic effects on them down the road you spoke to a lot of people how they were dealing with their isolation and all of them said that you know they were fighting certain reasons for hope whether it be you know. I need to force myself to get out and see my grandson or I just need to get out and experience nature and and kind of center myself that way. There was a lot of different stories. You came across. Yeah it was interesting and there's a there's a ton more examples we couldn't get into the article but it's you know one of the ones we mentioned was the seventy seven year old woman who had for eight years has been trying to write a book and finally it was during this quarantine that she got the peace and quiet that she needed to fine. Finish so that was just a really. You know a lot of these people expected to speak to. It would be sort of very said interviews talking about just what they're enduring but really most of the people I spoke to Talked about finding those things that to to to sort of brighten their day to to to help them get through it. one gentleman who lived in Georgia who had moved to this small mountain town and really hadn't gone up into the mountains all that much kind of one day just realized wait a second wife. Did they move up here in the first place and just took a drive in the mountains jumped into a river just said he had the time of his life as states are opening up and all the people that you spoke to? You get a sense that most of them were ready to get back to it or they're still going to continue to isolate since the ones I spoke to. We're doing so for very specific reasons being elderly Having some sort of pre existing medical condition most of the people I spoke to just are not going anywhere. Some of them. Just don't trust their local governments that they're going to put in place a responsible reopening plan. A lot of them talked about like. Hey I went out to the store. One time and half. The people weren't wearing masks. I ain't going back out there again. You know. And so it's this combination of suspicion of either the local government or their neighbors of not taking this seriously enough but for a lot of them really sounded like did sort of okay now that they've settled into this now that they've kind of figured out how they're going to get by now. They figured out how to get food how to entertain themselves how to keep themselves sane during this. They just don't see a reason why they're going to suddenly break all that jumped out into a restaurant and just risk being exposed when we just have so many cases still out there in the country Alan Gomez reporter for USA. Today thank you very much for joining us. Thank you so much. That's Today. Join US on Social Media Pod on both twitter and instagram comment. Give us a rating. Tell US stores that you're interested. Although some I heart radio or subscribe wherever you get your podcast. This episode of the game divers produced by right engineered by Tony Soren Tina. I'm Oscar Ramirez and this daily. Do you know what it feels like to change a diaper while wearing one does your sweaty face twitch when someone says you've got the pregnancy glow hi it's Katie. Lowes fellow Mama and host of Katie's Crib podcast where we have open and honest conversations about what it's really like to be a parent. This season Got Power House. Guests like America Ferrera and Gabrielle Union. It's real MOM's real talk real tired new episodes release every other Thursday. Listen to Katie's on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..
"america ferrera" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin
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"america ferrera" Discussed on Strawberry Letter
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"america ferrera" Discussed on Light House
"Me. I looked at her and smiled. It is now. She grabbed my hand and took off down the hall, the need to discover the house, and all its glory, overtaking her fear from a few short minutes ago. I dropped my bags somewhere during our expedition as the ground floor opened before us two young girls exploring uncharted territory. Since the first four was meant as a living space at the home. It had more open spaces than most a formal dining room was next to the kitchen while parlor was just beyond that it's hi. Vaulted ceilings and tassled draperies, giving it a sense of grandeur. This alarium gave way to the side yard. It's glass windows, allowing the the shine brightly on various plant life with seating areas all around to enjoy the ocean view afforded. On the other end of the house was the library. It's too sprawling floors of dark wood, allowing for a vast selection of books complete with an ornate fireplace too cozy up next to a metal spiral staircase in the center, allowed for easy access to all. It was a place I. Imagined I would spend a lot of time in. I took a moment to take it all in. The musty smell of old books, the vast collection of them before me. And also. A melody. Wafting in from somewhere beyond. At my parents decided to play a record elsewhere in the House Only. Just thrived and I was sure that even if they had come across a record player, unpacking would be their first order of business. Extreme my ears, trying to place the song or even just its point of. It felt like it was coming from everywhere at once wall also nowhere at all. Had A haunting quality about it? And I could feel myself getting lost in its music. Seeing my state. Of Distraction, leany, seize the opportunity for game. Catch me if you can. She held as she wasted no time in running up the spiral staircase, excitedly running from shelf to shelf for quick glance at all the dusty volumes that sat untouched for years. It wasn't long before she threw open a door and ran off to explore the rest of the second story by the time I reached the door. She disappeared behind. She was long out of sight. I found myself staring down a long hallway. The walls here were decorated with dark wood panels with detailed interior trim that went from the floor till about halfway up where old and curling wallpaper took over before reaching the ceiling, the hallway itself seemed impossibly long with a multitude of doors on either side until splitting off in both directions at the end for a moment it almost seemed to sense my disorientation and stretch itself even further, however, a quick shake of my head with closed eyes jostled that vision away, and I began to search for my sister while I did not find her. What I did find were more rooms that I grasp multiple rooms some even with balconies. Rounds were among my discoveries. I also found double doors, leading to common rooms, plenty of hidden oaks for someone to hide away in. I was overwhelmed by the houses, almost rambling complexity, and felt more as if in the minicars maze than my new family home. Most rooms were already furnished with furniture, still covered in thin white sheets from days long before us, occupying the rooms when I did finally discover leanings hiding place it was amongst a horde of dolls in one of the bedrooms, her face, barely sticking out from behind them as she pretended to be. One of them, played along at first, declaring loudly that I wondered where she could be causing her to fall into a fit of giggles. If, she knew what awaited us that night. She wouldn't laughed. Lighthouse will return after a word from our sponsors. These are crazy times we live in. You know what else is crazy raising a tiny human. Hi Guys Katie Lowes. You might know me as Quinn Perkins from scandal or the MOM UC sobbing her car in the parking lot on my podcast Katie's crib. We are getting real and raw about what it's like to be a parent with compelling insights from incredible guests like America Ferrera on the Zayed's fears of expecting during the Global Pandemic Gabrielle Union on Surrogacy, and advocating for yourself plus many more inspiring friends and experts from facility to post-partum life. We are covering it all no judgment no-holds-barred, because if there's one thing I've learned from being a mom, it's the more we share our experiences. The better this journey is going to be so join me new episodes. Drop every other Thursday. Listen to Katie's crib on the iheartradio. APP, apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Now Lighthouse continues. Leaney later declared tour parents that the very room she was hiding in was to be her bedroom. Receiving no opposition from them. She moved her things into it immediately. Wanting to be a good sister, I chose the room across the hall, which was well suited for me. Complete with a reading nook and balcony overlooking the front yard. It received plenty of natural light. Not Mention it was twice as big as my sisters. I wish I could say that that first night in our new home was uneventful. After hours of unpacking and settling in, we were all thoroughly exhausted from long day. I fell asleep almost instantly my body sinking into the bed with ease. I don't recall the exact time it happened, but I woke to leany climbing into bed with me. Assume she was a bit nervous about sleeping alone in a new house, but when I heard a soft Saab. I knew it was something else. What's wrong. I said to her as she buried her head in my pillow. I saw again. She replied fighting back tears. So who? I asked not fully comprehending what she meant. The man in the hat. As soon as the words escaped from her lips, I felt a children down my spine. He was standing in my doorway. Sleep. When. I asked my hackles raising concern that there was an intruder in her home. Just now I close my eyes and count to five until he was gone, and when he was ran here even in the darkness I could feel her eyes welling with tears as she stared at me. Despite the fact that our father did not find any one earlier. I felt the need to check for myself. At the very least I needed to tell my parents. After. I reassured her that everything was going to be okay. Crept to the door. The hallway was empty the shadows, my only companion. Looking toward my right was a bit easier as my mother had enough foresight to plug in a nightline earlier, this turned out to be both a blessing and a curse, because as my is adjusted, I made out a dark shape toward the end of the hall. At first, I thought it was triggered alight. But. Caused me to realize otherwise. Coming out of the darkness was exactly what my sister exclaimed it to be. A man wearing a hat. Though down the hall, I could tell that he was dressed almost in Edward fashion with a bowler hat atop his head, and his feet didn't seem to touch the floor. Instead. He gently floated few inches above it. I instinctively lean back startled at the sight before me, this couldn't be real. This couldn't be happening. Using my own advice. Close my eyes I counted five. One..
"america ferrera" Discussed on KCRW
"Gloria Steinem are also the subject of feature films but this independent Film Festival prides itself on showcasing up and comers it's a festival of discovery still there's a lot that's for sale it's going to be exciting moment John Cooper is the director of the Sundance Film Festival we think of ourselves as laying the groundwork for kind of the cultural landscape in the next year over the years many Sundance films have gone on to win Oscars Little Miss sunshine boyhood and get out Cooper has watched the mall having started with the organization in nineteen ninety he says since then independent cinema is no longer just in the art house it's streaming from you tube to Netflix to emerging platforms but Cooper says there's something that unites all the programming at Sundance there's a spirit to it there's a authenticity if you want to use that word there's a point of view by the director that this may be out of the norm of what is normally commercial that's what I think of is independent and you can note when you see it this will be Cooper's final year as the festival's director as he looks back at his legacy he says he's proud of helping the festival evolve I said when we have to be world class as opposed to this now it's a careless scrappy we now so why people have to wait in the cold it's all part of the fun this year the Sundance slate will include new films from Mexico and a number of features with Latin next themes in competition that includes mucho moved to a more a documentary about Puerto Rican astrologer Walter Mercado four fifty meters I will sing a monologue average total German guns serve the mold the talk to Sean goal Marjorie leave without being noticed and another doctor about Lin Manuel Miranda and his father Louise your great dad you're going that goes with the people I think I got sick what we got bye bye regulate there will be panels featuring actresses America Ferrera and eva Longoria and also one on what they're calling Mexico's new new wave Fannie valleys Grande and nothing grand they are spearheading one of the gathering spaces for the Latin next film community so let the mother's going to Sundance this year yes we're gonna be in the house the fun house fifteen percent of Sundance is one hundred and twenty eight feature films were directed by one or more people who identify as LGBT Q. there are films focus on disabilities including the highly anticipated documentary creek camp the African American independent film community also has a hub the black house a nonprofit that supports the black film community this year it's foundation is supporting fifty five films including charm city came.
"america ferrera" Discussed on KCRW
"Life people like Gloria Steinem are also the subject of feature films but this independent Film Festival prides itself on showcasing up and comers it's a festival of discovery still miss a lot this for sale it's going to be exciting moment John Cooper is the director of the Sundance Film Festival we think of ourselves as laying the groundwork for kind of the cultural landscape in the next year over the years many Sundance films of gone on to win Oscars Little Miss sunshine boyhood and get out Cooper has watched the mall having started with the organization in nineteen ninety he says since then independent cinema is no longer just in the art house it's streaming from you tube to Netflix to emerging platforms but Cooper says there's something that unites all the programming at Sundance there's a spirit to it there's a authenticity if you want to use that word there's a point of view by the director that is maybe out of the normal but it's normally commercial that's what I think of is independent and you can note when you see it this will be Cooper's final year as the festival's director as he looks back at his legacy he says he's proud of helping the festival evolve I said well we have to be world class as opposed to this now it's a careless scrappy we now so why people have to wait in the cold it's all part of the fun this year the Sundance slate will include new films from Mexico and a number of features with Latin next themes in competition that includes mucho moved to a more a documentary about Puerto Rican astrologer Walter Mercado fifty meters I will sing a monologue average total German guns serve the mold the talk to Sean Veraval Marjorie leave without being noticed and another doctor about Lin Manuel Miranda and his father Luiz your great dad you're going down does it with the people I think I got sick what we got bye bye regulate there will be panels featuring actresses America Ferrera and eva Longoria and also one on what they're calling Mexico's new new wave Fannie valleys Grandet and nothing grand they are spearheading one of the gathering spaces for the Latin next film community so let the mother's going to Sundance this year yes we're gonna be in the house the fun house fifteen percent of finances one hundred and twenty eight feature films were directed by one or more people who identify as LGBT Q. there are films focus on disabilities including the highly anticipated documentary creek camp the African American independent film community also has a hub the black house a nonprofit that supports the black film community this year it's foundation is supporting fifty five films including charm city came.
‘Ugly Betty’ Executive Producer Silvio Horta Dies at 45
"I remember watching this show Silvio Horta. He directed did Rhone worked with the production team on ugly Betty. The early two thousand show. He was found dead this morning in his Miami Florida apartment the causes unknown and he was forty five years old forty five and he had a past with he had a history with addiction drug addiction Of course I I don't WanNa say of course but you know it's a dime a dozen in the industry and so ugly buddy. He Ugly Betty Creator Creator. He's he was found dead this morning. he put America Ferrera on the map while she was in between recording and filming filming. The sisterhood of the traveling pants movies. Which is coming back? I think they've officially announced the final movie. And so he put her on the map and Michael Yeary. He put on the map. Who recently a couple years ago? Start in a one man show on Broadway and funny enough went to my school.
Ugly Betty creator Silvio Horta dies aged 45
"The creator of ugly Betty has died TV producer Silvio Horta was found shot to death yesterday in a motel room in a suspected suicide the forty five year old coot Cuban American writer was co creator of the hit ABC sitcom ugly Betty star America Ferrera says she stunned and heart broken by
"america ferrera" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Learn to the minute entertainment and pop culture news heard at the top of every hour on my top one oh seven one yeah that's really great could you please tell us what's going on early knocks him the son of orange is the new black and weeds creator Jenji Kohan was killed in a new year's eve ski acts of the family confirmed Wednesday he's only twenty years old boxing who lived in Los Angeles was vacationing in Park City Utah with his father and two siblings the accident occurred on an immediate trail near canyons village the Park City mountain resort said in a statement the Park City mountain ski patrol responded to the scene the resort said it knocks it was pronounced dead after further emergency care and evaluation well that is really tragic all my gosh any good news in there right America Ferrera is expecting a new baby a year Ferreira made the announcement in a post on her Instagram page on new year's eve shared a photo of husband Ryan piers Williams and their nineteenth nineteen month old son Sebastian looking at her growing baby bump Ferreira wrote in the caption of the picture posted on Tuesday evening welcoming baby number two in twenty twenty happy new year from our wild thing growing bunch very exciting that's cool congrats to her I like her yeah she's great she's very nice and Wilmer Valderrama is still bring his new years with a proposal the that seventies show star on Wednesday posted Instagram image of himself beach side in San Diego on bended knee next to girlfriend Amanda put check go have elder Emma wrote in the caption it's just us now and the twenty eight year old model apparently said.
"america ferrera" Discussed on Dude Soup
"So it was basically every sister from the sisterhood of traveling pants came in and they all tried out for the same exact roll. Because the casting agent was like this movie is blowing up and all these girls are going to be huge thing. Amber herd may have been one of them. Blake lively Blake lively. That's the one. Yeah. So like, I think she's the only one who kinda did something good America Ferrera in it think of marriage in it. She was in that that show for a while. I think she was actually it was weird because they all came in and Betty, ugly, Betty and also she's in superstar and superstar bad. But how are they doing your Hollywood suck? I don't know. But I think about it this way, we would all potentially be penny stocks in this if it hasn't around now, we might be on it as. Value, but high investment on that YouTube stock exchange YouTube stock, we should make the YouTube stock extreme my God. And then we can buy or sell stock and pupae or t series or whatever else. Oh my God. And you all you have to buy like crazy, courtesy call someone. Someone says the N were likes think someone says the Enron people are trying to sell. Imagine. If I was at Logan Paul went to the suicide forest again trying to buy insurance, but that's gonna see the price down. You're like, that's it. He's done for. But then other people like, no, no, no, no. And they're like he can only rise from here. We gotta make the YouTube star. Okay. Well, the problem is we just said it publicly so someone's gonna make it put it up on for free and then copyright us. We said we're gonna come very once again when I shall coffee right at right along you slap your hand. All right. I love that all over ideas require one of YouTube 's services or Google services like we create a game it needs Google trends to work, but we own. Wait a minute on twitch stock exchange. That's also a thing. Oh, Gama's on my my governor. We should look into this. Anyway, that's this week's episode dude soup. Thank you, Bruce James, if people want to check.
"america ferrera" Discussed on Dude Soup
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