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Senate takes up Barrett nomination, setting up final vote
"A full U S. Senate is considering Judge Amy Cockney Barrettes nomination to the U. S. Supreme Court a day after the Judiciary Committee advanced into the chamber. NPR's Amy held reports a conservative, could be confirmed to the high court on Monday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is taking up barrettes confirmation with debate and procedural votes planned through Sunday in a rare weekend session. A final vote is expected Monday, eight days before the election, and Republicans are all but certain to have the 51 votes needed to confirm Barrett in what would be among the fastest confirmations in history. Monday marks 30 days since President Trump announced Barrett has his third nominee to the high court. Following four days of hearings last week. All 12 Republicans on the Judiciary Committee voted for barrettes nomination, with all 10 Democrats Boycotting, calling the process
"amy you" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Could be sorry. I'm going to need my next pit quippy. I like that. You should I will probably have an expense. Yes, you will. Dawn. You're still a young woman? No. You gotta have another pet. Really? Before you kick it. Yes. Maybe if I'm all alone and you know, living in a cottage by myself, you know, I was surprised to hear Donna a cz. We're talking about getting animals like you get, you know, rescuing animals. Great. I was surprised to learn that you Haven't had a puppy. And then you just said yesterday that you got Max when he was eight. How long did he live? Six years? Yeah, till he was almost 15. Wow. Um Where the those the only two dogs you've owned buddy and Max. Correct. That's interesting. You have struck me as a lifelong dog owner. Know you put out that dog energy. Wow. You know, I was always a cat person know, And then I The on ly reason I ended up with a dog is because my cat had died, and my friend Amy You needed me to watch a dog she was trying to get adopted out. He was trying. He asked me to watch the dog for the weekend, and I was like, I know what you're trying to Dio. I can't have a dog right now. And so I had him for she dropped him off on a Friday. By Sunday morning. I was like I gotta have this dog. I got to keep him. His breed again. German wire hare pointer Really sweet dogs Great with kids. I never met him. You just made fun of them is all you did. Well, okay. His realism. I have a dog now that will grow up into I think On interesting looking older dog and German wire here. Pointers also have the look of like Hey, man, I'm just coming out of something. And I think that is just coming. Tio after his bad trip, who? Good thing we checked that dumpster I think they look wise. Yes, And it's the beard there called the ugly dog there refer You like the German Shorthair? Yeah, more. I think that that's really pretty. I like a dog. That's strange looking And my dog will grow up a soft coat away in terror grows up to be Can be really peculiar looking very Gandolfi in Yes. I'm looking at a really cute picture right now of a German wire here. Pointer, though. They're really cute Puppies. How's he doing with the infection? Bladder infection's gone good. Our main issue is puppy biting. Yeah, Still, it's ah, It's It's just tough to get through that, and you're teaching them bite inhibition, and they're different Schools of thought. Don't teach them that teeth on skin is never okay or just teach them that to adjust the strength of.
Senate Judiciary Committee approves Amy Coney Barrett nomination to Supreme Court
"On the Senate Judiciary Committee with unanimous vote to advance the nomination. Of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court have been here a while and I've never seen anyone more capable Then Judge Baird on the law committee chair Lindsey Graham. Democrats boycotted the vote because they say the nominations being rushed through before Election Day. Ah full Senate vote on the confirmation is expected Monday,
ARL Boston Offers To Temporarily Foster Pets For Owners Facing Eviction
"New service available to pet owners who have been struggling now that thesis. It's eviction moratorium has ended. The BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe has more on the free service had owners in eastern Massachusetts who may be facing a eviction or imminent. Homelessness now have one less thing to worry about. The animal Rescue League of Boston is offering to temporarily house pets for up to 120 days through their large foster network. Amy Christian is vice president of animal welfare and veterinary medicine at the Addiction doesn't happen overnight in the protected process. We anticipate we will start To receive more call, and it may build over time, and we want to be available for long as long as necessary. We are trading cluster families getting an orientation in batches so that we can really meet whatever comes our way. There is a pre screening process and pet owners are responsible for transporting the animal owners are able to check up on their pets twice a week. Kevin
Senate Judiciary Committee sends Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination to full Senate as Democrats boycott vote
"Aren't thrilled with Democrats refusing to show up to vote on Judge Amy Cockney barrettes Supreme Court nomination, the Senate Judiciary Committee advancing her nomination to the full Senate, but no Democrats showed up leading Texas Senator Ted Cruz to label the action as a stunt. Couple whose
Senate judiciary committee approves Amy Coney Barrett as Democrats boycott
"Donald Trump's controversial nomination of the conservative Judge Amy Cockney Barrett, to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court. Is cleared Another hurdle. A full Senate vote is now due to be held next week after the Judiciary Committee approved the president's choice. The appointment of Judge Barrett could tilt its ideological balance for decades to come. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said the Republicans were making a last ditch power grab before the elections. It is a hallmark of democracy that might Should not mean right. But Republicans are blatantly ignoring this principle. The American people know what's going on. They're not fooled. They know this process is a sham. A naked power Graham. This is the culmination of a decades long effort to skew the court to the far right.
Senate Judiciary Committee approves Amy Coney Barrett's nomination
"Judiciary Committee has advanced Judge Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination to the full Senate. Mr Chairman, the votes or 12 years. 10 no votes. Republicans powered past a democratic boycott of this morning session. To keep confirmation of President Trump's election on track before Election Day. The final confirmation vote is expected Monday.
Senate Judiciary Committee sends Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination to full Senate as Democrats boycott vote
"And I'm Noelle King. Good morning, the Senate Judiciary Committee has advanced the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Mr Chairman, the votes for 12 years and 10 not present motion is passed. Thank you. All 12 Republican senators voted for her nomination. The committee's 10 Democrats did not show up. They were boycotting the proceedings. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Gonzales has been following this story and the proceedings. Good morning, Claudia. Good morning. No. Well so fairly short today. This morning. What happened? Yes, it all went by very quickly, all said, and done and under 12 minutes. This is a very traumatic Shift from what we saw last week with hours and hours of testimony at least 20 hours of questioning Barrett by the members on the panel, both Republicans and Democrats, But today Democrats boycotted they did not show up. Republican senators on the Judiciary Committee sidestepped that no show to move barrettes nomination forward to the full Senate. Democrats said they were boycotting because they wanted to highlight the damage that bear it would do to healthcare, reproductive and voting rights and the fact that the vote took place amid a presidential election. And this is one battle. Democrats say perhaps the lose, but they're looking to win a bigger war. Graham alluded to that when he talked about the next vote on the Senate floor. Let's take a listen They started this On May For up to May that be a 60 vote requirement in the Senate today, and he's referring to the Senate filibuster there. This is a requirement of 60 votes that was once needed to approve a nomination like barrettes. But the filibuster was eliminated in 2013 as Democrats struggled to move their judges forward when they control the chamber with the tight margin, So that's what Graham is referencing, and he added later that perhaps this will be addressed again in the future. However, now that the Senate is controlled by Republicans with tight margins, they're able to push through barrettes nomination with just 51 votes. It's a preview of the battles to calm that this will go on after barrettes nomination this conversation even as far as she goes to the floor to be considered by the full Senate, and we see if Democrats ultimately changed the dynamics of power in the Senate or the presidency through the upcoming election day. How did Democrat to respond today? They didn't just say nothing right? Yes, there had been rumors for days that Democrats could boycott these hearings. They were facing a lot of pressure from outside groups to even skip out on the hearings last week questioning their it. But they decided not to do that last week. Instead, they did it to Dae. So later yesterday, they confirmed that they would all not show today they're empty seats were filled instead with images of Americans who have used the affordable care act. This is a case that could become it could be considered before the court next month. And so this is one critical issue They've been highlighting all along. They also held a news conference after the vote. This was led by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on the steps of the Capitol is take a listen. The nomination of Amy Cockney Barrel. Is the most illegitimate process I have ever witnessed in the Senate, and her potential confirmation will have dire, dire consequences. For the Senate. With his Supreme Court and our entire country for generations to come. So this was the theme they've been driving through this entire process. Barrett will shift the court to a 63 conservative majority, and they say she's a foe to the affordable care act. The landmark abortion rights case, Roe v. Wade, and she could play a role. If there's a dispute in the election. This is activated activated opposition as well. There were protesters outside the capital. Speaking against this nomination, this resulted in about a half a dozen arrests so far today I spoke to Judiciary Committee Democrat Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut yesterday, said the watchword for them is no more business. As usual. He and the other members have been driving home this point that this is a sham process. It's not normal. It's not writing Americans should see it for what it is and probably see more of this in the coming days, because there is so much acrimony over this nomination. Yes, exactly So many reasons. We're in the midst of a pandemic. We're rushing this through in 30 days, one of the fastest, we've seen the fight over health care. And, of course, you know the division between Republicans and Democrats. Really. Exemplified by President Trump pushing this forward and so there's a long history as well of these fights over the Supreme Court in the controversy surrounding these nominations if we go back to 2016, Democrats try to move forward. President Obama's nominee at the time. This is Judge Merrick. Garland and Republicans refused because they said they were so close to an election months away. But here we are now people are early voting and they're pushing this through. So this is set into motion a series of debates to calm and we're even hearing about it from the Democratic nominee Joe Biden this morning. We understand he told 60 minutes that he's going to create A study a commission to bipartisan commission to study whether they should add more seats to the courts a lot more to come here, including next week, right what happens then? So tomorrow, the nomination for Barrett actually will reach the full Senate floor. It's going to be followed by some procedural votes on Friday, as well as on Sunday. In between, we're going to see a lot of debate an argument back and forth. But the rial final moment for this will come Monday when the full Senate will submit their votes for bear to confirm or vote against her nomination to the Supreme Court. NPR congressional reporter Claudio Gonzalez. Thanks, Claudia. Thanks for having me
Republicans advance Barrett nomination as committee Democrats boycott vote
"To advance the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the full Senate Republicans had the votes even though Democrats boycotted the process. Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham defended Barrett she embraces Pro life calls in her personal life. But she understands that judging is not a cause disease process after the vote Democrat speaking out on what they called a rush nomination, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, calling it a sham. United States Senate has never never Considered a Supreme Court justice this close to a national presidential election day, especially one in which tens of millions of Americans have already voted a full Senate vote expected next week. President Trump and Joe Biden facing
GOP-led Senate panel advances Barrett despite Dems' boycott
"A G. O. P. LED panel has pushed Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination to the full Senate despite a boycott by Democrats we did it Judiciary Committee cheap Lindsey Graham says bear it's going to the Senate floor and then the High Court all the panel's Republicans voted for her this is Feinstein Mr Lee none of its Democrats showed up protesting what they call a rush to get buried ceded the Senate's never confirmed a new Supreme Court justice so close to a presidential election but it's on track for a final vote on it next week after a rare weekend session Sager made ani Washington
Senate Judiciary Committee approves Amy Coney Barrett's nomination
"Voting on Amy Cockney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. It has now been sent to the full Senate for confirmation this after the Senate Judiciary Committee did so now it was. There were some issues technically, if you listen to Democrats did not show off. Mr Lady Who's a boycott there, Mr Durbin, so they did not vote. But even still, she has now been passed through the Senate Judiciary Committee donation will be reported favorably to the floor. With the unanimous so senators now plan to convene a rare weekend session for procedural stuff. And then a final confirmation vote is expected
Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination moves to full Senate, Dems boycott vote
"Judiciary Committee Has voted to move forward The nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court on to the full Senate for a vote next week. Now this morning was notable for its absence of Democrats. They boycotted. The vote today in the Senate Judiciary Committee now officially moving on to the full panel of the Senate. That vote will happen sometime next week. You have the
Senate Judiciary Committee to vote on Barrett's nomination
"Senate Judiciary Committee said to vote on Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination today High Noon without Democrats, so that maybe they say they're gonna boycott the nomination will go to the Senate tomorrow and a C B should be voted on confirmed on Monday.
Dallas reporters say missing Frisco child found in pond, died after hospitalization
"The drowning of a small child in the Gray Hawk subdivision of Northwest Frisco. Police say a homeowner called to report a missing child around 6 30 Tuesday night as officers or canvassing the Chanel drive area. The child was located in a residential neighborhood pond along east talent drive. The child was hospitalized with serious injuries, but unfortunately did not survive. Based on the initial investigation, Frisco police say no foul play suspected and no criminal charges are being pursued at this time. The former president of Bluebell
Amy Coney Barrett committee vote due before Trump and Biden head for debate
"We're going to get getting the U. S official jobless claims The expectation here is deceleration in the recovery. We are expecting. A number of total unemployment filings to come down slightly from last week, but still had an incredibly high level and staying just sticking right there, Which raises questions again. About fiscal stimulus, which we can talk a lot about John and Tom. Meanwhile, nine AM Senate Judiciary Committee is voting on a timeframe for confirming Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. This is what they're talking about what they're not talking about getting done before the election so much, at least this seems to be lacking conviction is getting a fiscal support bill through Congress, the 9 p.m. There's going to be a debate. I believe you guys are familiar with it. The final U. S presidential
Democrats to boycott Barrett vote, Senate GOP pushes ahead
"Afternoon. Republicans running the Senate Judiciary Committee have pushed up the vote on any Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination will now vote on whether to advance Amy Cockney barrettes nomination shortly after 9 A.m. when the committee convenes on Thursday. Change comes in response to Senate Judiciary Democrats who said they plan on boycotting the vote and in their chairs will be poster sized pictures of Americans that they say will be crushed by Barrett, potentially casting the deciding vote on the affordable Care act. ABC is Mark
Conservatives Hope SCOTUS Will Now End Cervical Cancer Screening
"As Amy Conybeare it's nomination continues to move through the Senate. This week conservatives are hopeful the possibility of Supreme Court. Majority means the days on demand cervical cancer detection will soon be over our Supreme Supreme Court correspondent. Rebecca. Neal joins us now with more Rebecca welcome thanks Leslie while Liberal Saber, it's confirmation could have terrible implications for the future of Women's health care, conservatives today are rejoicing many Christians pro-life groups and Republican leaders like Congressman Gary Small would say that wants Barrett is appointed to the highest court in the land. They'll finally have the judicial power needed to shutdown planned parenthood's agenda that provides pap smears HPV tests that screen for Cancer Amy Coney. Barrett's nomination is a victory for Christian America and Christians. She will give voice in the Supreme Court to Americans who want to protect life all life whether it's a developing human child or a precious tiny tumor growing inside the wall
NASA scientists elated with asteroid sampling mission
"Samples at an asteroid to be returned to Earth. They say the spacecraft was able to crush rocks and sent rubble flying as it briefly touched the asteroid. It suggests that the sampling effort was successful, but they won't know until next week. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News. Although Judge Amy Cockney Barrett didn't list people of
Human remains found at site linked to Tulsa Race Massacre
"It was 1921 when mobs of white residents attacked black residents and businesses off the Greenwood district in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Many people were killed and more than 800 wounded. 35 square blocks of the wealthy blind community were destroyed. Now archaeologists in Oklahoma have found at least one set of human remains at the site where they've been searching for victims. Scientists say they'll be looking for signs of trauma things like burning or gunshot wounds before making any determination about whether this person died in the Tulsa race massacre. Archaeologists say they found the remains inside a wooden confident we're told More remains from a possible second person were found in a separate area. It was a year ago in October, when the Oklahoma Archaeological Survey team started its initial groundwork here at Oaklawn Cemetery. We asked Dr Carey Stack Lebec, the state archaeologist, about the moment human remains were discovered. We knew very quickly and could react very quickly and get in there and start doing the more finer scale excavation work by hand. That's Amy slang, chick reporting
"amy you" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"She hates all of. I know it's tough. So growth I love olives. Give it a hit. There, she goes in her mouth now she's chewing. Oh don't spit them out. Swallow the olives. Yes, you can follow the all. GonNa Cry Tears She's crying. Like me. was. Crying Dude. Cry Are you going to give up You WanNa tap out, you can tap out. You can tap out if you need to tap out, you can just swallowed. It's better. Oh, she got one. Not. Like that. So. You like it now. Again reminded you that you hate olives. Those are so disgusting to me. It's fine. You did it good Eddie Yup. Sometimes I just saw amy go through that I didn't WanNa to go through you both have all. So you gotta hit it. Smell it and it's making me gag. I would like all of to get the peanut butter taste center on Mount I'll take. You can the peanut I'll trade you some peanut butter for some olives. Amy You did two at a time. Yeah. Just to. The Do. Dude I'm GONNA throw up. All right. Any I'm not kidding I'm you do at? The bottom of my stomach is turning. We go. Let it rip. Into his mouth the to olives. You can do. Choose. To Eddie don't leave your desk. Only. Do not, leave your desk. I. Know I feel you wanted swallowed it boom Eddie love know. What did you hate him? He's reading Hey. All. I heard was in Hato. Oh, man. With, Broccoli and. Broccoli since I was eleven years old I was that age as Haussa his mom served US dinner and she put the plate down and she said you gotta eat everything on the plate for you get up I said, I don't like Broccoli said I don't care I sat there for an hour that Broccolis. And I could eat the stems but once I got this flowery part. ooh And I've never had it since I am just terrified all right here he goes like even Broccoli Gosh. I and don't need to stamp. Don't stem I ever. Go Him I. Know Stem is a good part go. AHEAD GO AHEAD I. One, there he goes. All the way put. The whole thing. There you go. Shovel all of it, all of it in. There you go. I'll be at the stem now don't spit it out. Don't work for flower foam. Golf has a terrible. The heads of the best part the. Judah. Through Oh Gross. I'm swallowing this might be little team drama for us. Some Latif good though. Flower, whose Foe Bab? Tickles. Small. All right. Here. Any more that. I'll be honest. It's a little better than I remember, but it's still not good. That's how I felt about peanut butter still not good at. Morgan, you have celery Raimondo, you have tomato you are you guys ready Three. Same time to. One Go Biting into it. Rate by the tomato. Apple Take celery ray went hard on tomato Oh we think about. How I remember at that shower with. is just a deadly combination. Why did show shower? It's right. Then right tells us he doesn't eat him because he's allergic and strokes while. I really date. Morgan how is the celery? During and it tastes like green water is on the two celery. No. It doesn't Right don't think celery tastes good. Do you. Know I don't think as bad. Now I can I used to think tricked myself into thing is good because I thought I was trying to be all healthy and diety, and now though so dumb who wants to eat a bag of celery. Cheat. Raimondo. How is the tomato? Terrible I'M GONNA swallow. It might be some small jagged. So maybe go to commercial. Okay. But don't we all feel like we learned a little about ourselves today. What did we? Learn to give things a second chance. Yeah hands. May Not hate them at the full of. Go ahead I. I hate it at that level though same all the same level but I know that I'm capable well, here's what I would encourage everyone to do. Go, make your video today of you trying the food that you've always hated your whole line. Nice. Posted on Instagram Tag Senate. We want to see him I mean, would we wanna see you be like I? Hate this food and they take a humongous by swallow and posted on game and be honest. Don't pick pizza. Pizza if you tag me in it, I'll pick a couple of them. 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"amy you" Discussed on Toure Show
"In the Friday patriotic exclusives also starting next week on Wednesdays are free listeners will get thirty minutes of my Wednesday interviews. Well, Patriot listeners will get the full sixty or seventy or eighty however long minutes of the Wednesday shows. Coming up on the Wednesday side. We Got David Greer the author. EDNID- Don T cod, and a crazy one with dame dash kate to hear that. So our Patriot supporters will get the full Friday exclusives and the full sixty minutes of our Wednesday EPS our teams growing. There's five people working on the show. Now, we're ready to give you more. So here comes join us at Patriot dot com slash Toray show to get the best of show, and if you can join on the twenty dollars here year while it's still open, get to suggest questions and guests, and if I choose your question I'll see your name on the show as I asked the question speaking of the show. Let's get back to. Today's guest, the incomparable Amy Cheryl D-, a woman, who's a brilliant painter with an amazing sense of color, and we're going to talk about that in her process and the whole story of how she went to the White House met with Michelle and Barack and ended up getting the Commission of a lifetime not long after she was broke Amy's also woman who's walking around with someone else's heart in her body. We're going to talk about that and she's also got a new heart figuratively by which I mean she's deeply love for the first time in her life and she lights up when she talks about it, we're going to get into all that and more. It's the legendary Amy Cheryl old on tour. So is that your last show? In Manhattan and there's this vine around the block of like. Especially Young. Black. And Brown people who? Many of them seem to have never been to a show before but like the Amy Cheryl show to them is like this is special and you have become this. ICON for these people who are like, you know I mean following the Michelle Obama painting like Oh my God. Amy. End NYC. How is that for you? Because you feel about like there's all these people who are coming into art for me like I'm a crossover star for a lot of these people. Yeah. I don't I don't feel like for me and I didn't know the line was out the door until afterwards it was so long and I somebody told me a pitcher and I'm like that was downstairs you know but I don't like it's. It's for me I feel like it's for the art. It's because people are hungry for it. You know what I mean. They're hungry to see themselves. In ways that they've never seen themselves And I do attribute. I can't I call it the Michelle Obama effect because she just has that effect on on everybody people love her and I feel like by default they love me and I just happened to make great work too. So that does makes it even better I. Think There's definitely an excitement at seeing a young black woman. Yeah. For sure making are being celebrated for it and they can understand the relatable in this reflecting. Yeah, it's loving. It's kind. And the vibe that night was all love you know for me to see young kids there was like really special. I. Think as I was walking around I was really excited to see five year old six year olds eight year olds that. They knew who I was and they wanted to take a picture with me and those were the most touching moments because. You know the Gallery said like we've never had this demographic in our in our space before. So that was probably the first time in the history of Howser and worth, and it's a global gallery so it was. A big deal and it's time it's time for that kind of stuff time for us to be in those spaces and to fill ownership and to be reflected on walls. And see ourselves and receive love back from those images. I love the work and I wanNA talk about the work and really dig into it, and one of the things that really leaps out is the color choices. It is so vibrant and. Yet not overwhelming. Can you talk about to some of what you're trying to do there. I. Everything that I do is intuitive. and. Try to do it is just what happens when I make the work you know so. I have an image in my head. I tried to find the right clothes and then figure out the background color and then everything kind of bills from there but you know. It's hard to explain because like now I work with With an assistant who helps me like mixing colors and stuff like that And the other day I was like I want this blue this particular kind of blue and I can see it in my head, but I can't communicate that colored to my assistant to mix, and so she mixes it and I'm like, no, that's not the right color. And so I ended up having to do it myself because I'm it's I'm very very particular about it and I can't explain it I just I can't explain it but I don't know whether you watch Do you watch the good place that? Of. Course. I love lives around the corner. Are you kidding me? So I see what to well. I, love him When They described color or taste I think. I think one of the flavors of the yogurt was like when your cell phone battery is charged. You know what I mean. Everybody knows what that feeling is like I feel like if I could describe my colors, it would be something like that and you know what I mean because it's an emotion attached to it as well and it's and I don't think I realized how specific it was until I had to work with somebody to help me and I say do this and they're like, nope, that's it's something that only I can do and yet. So the colors are vibrant and they really work on the eyes and get all the black people are this gray. Gray the same color over and over. Yeah. Why are you doing that? Story has changed over the past decade. So it starts off with because I thought it looked cool. It then graduated to. Later. You know because I'm not walking into the studio with a whole bunch of words in my head. It's like you make some work you look back at it and you have conversations with people on your that really make sense. So for me when I look back, it was because I was I think not wanting to work to be marginalized in a way that would Corner into a certain conversation about blackness and identity. and so I think I was struggling with that because I knew I was painting black bodies and I know black bodies or political and I know. Just because they're hanging in museum.
"amy you" Discussed on Toure Show
"The day the paintings were unveiled my mom called and she said. I don't like the color of Michelle Obama Skin. That's what. Michelle does and she's like. I don't like it. A Lot. People. Out there are a lot of black people didn't right. So so take me back to now I'm conceiving this and we go with my skin choice. That's why she chose me I'd enforce that hard. She knew that you were going to give her that gray black. Absolutely. That's why I you talk about that choice. Specifically, it wasn't even a real conversation. It was like, I like your work and I want you to be the one, the paint me and I'm like. Well, this is how I paint. She's like that's what we want. They chose us for a reason they chose us because there's like this break in history right now and everybody needs to know this happen and this has to be a special as the moment. Because they may not ever happen again. I am so excited for this episode, I've been waiting to do this interview for a year and a half, and finally it's here my homegirl amy. Sheriff is a major league portrait painter who painted the official portrait of the First Lady Michelle Obama Tang in the national portrait gallery right now before that commission, amy was a big name in the art world. But now she's a crossover star with fans who weren't even into our much before but they love her they're inspired by her, and with good reason, she's an awesome person, a great painter and a former rapper we're going to get into that. She's wrap a little and it's amazing before we go too far little housekeeping 'cause ratio is about to. Go, into a new chapter. The Patriot era starts now were producing two episodes a week now dropping on Wednesday and Friday but the Friday apps will be.
"amy you" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"My thanks as always we're clicking and listening along. As you know we've been sprinkling in to some of our favorite conversations over the last couple of years that we've been reposting new conversations that I've done for Sunday today on NBC over Zoom? So while we can't be in the same room with people since back in March we're still talking to him from my house to there's and this week I got a really good one. I. Think you're going to enjoy with Amy Schumer one of the funniest people I think on the face of the earth. And Smart and interesting to talk to, and she's got a ton going on right now she's up with her husband, Chris and her fifteen month old son Jean there up at their house and they've just been hanging out since March. Not doing much except putting out another season of her show, which is called Amy Schumer. Learns to Cook it's on the Food Network her husband Chris Fisher is a farmer and eight acclaimed chef He comes from Martha's vineyard where he grew up and worked on a farm. They're married now the fifteen month old son in their show a shot during quarantine with their own cameras, and as you'll hear, their nanny, their babysitter who's up there with them she's filming the show and it's cooking show. So this great chef Chris is teaching his wife Amy who's not such a great chef how to cook she also had out just a couple of weeks ago on Hbo Max Series Expecting Amy which documented in vivid detail we were laughing saying all these shows that call themselves raw and unfiltered usually aren't raw or unfiltered, but this really is I mean, she shows all of it how difficult to pregnancy pregnancy can be. And It's all in there you know and she strips it down shows it. She talks about it. So she was pregnant with Jean having a very difficult pregnancy all while out on a forty two city sixty show tour. So that means sometimes she's doing a couple of shows night while she was very, very pregnant still working hard so I think. You'll enjoy this conversation on a lot of levels funny but also deep an interesting and probably relatable to MOMS and a lot of women out there who've been pregnant or who are struggling with going back to work a really great conversation right now on the Sunday, sit down podcast with Amy Schumer. Amy, thanks for doing this. Great to see you. So, let's talk about first quarantine even doing a lot of cooking I know you've been hanging out with gene Chris an awful lot how the last few months been for you. Really. You know like I, pretty privileged can't. Yeah, and jeans not in school yet. So I feel like we've had it a lot easier than actually everyone in my life like all my. Girlfriends from home respecting each other his New York. City schools are open, they just announced in. You know so i. You know. I mean. We're all feeling a lot of grief but I. I had some precious time with family any cabin fever whatsoever for you. Not as much as I, I would think I would have I mean..
"amy you" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg
"We all lined the street and so many contractors in that area. We were all lining that NASA road one while the motorcade passed us and drove into NASA Johnson Space Center for the memorial service and the flyover with the missing man formation. It was very impactful. You figured out at some point. Amy that you didn't want to be an engineer. You didn't want to sit in a small room and code. Yeah I did that pretty quickly. I think during my co OP program didn't want a minute to myself I. still wanted to play all this out, but I realized that this is not really what I wanted to do, and you also determined that you couldn't be an astronaut. Why So at the time as I found out while I was working in Houston. To be an astronaut. You had to have twenty twenty uncorrected vision. Old Problem was I couldn't see the big e on the charge and I could barely see my hand in front of my face, uncorrected corrected and I realized quickly that while that's GonNa be a problem if they don't allow correction. To get to twenty twenty how I going to do that unless they change the rules, this is not really a thing. I can't really do this. And so then in that case of my okay with being an engineer. And my answer and my head was no I didn't know really what else I was going to do. So you've graduated from purdue or you're about to graduate. You'll have a degree in aeronautical and astronautical, engineering. You can't be an astronaut, and you don't WanNa be an engineer. Right exactly a little bit of a dilemma, but there's this thing in your life from your tour of Washington DC. It's an eleven year old girl. Yes I wasn't hundred percent convinced that was really a possibility. But it was always in the back of my head, so in the meantime while I'm in the state of confusion. I decided to apply for the MBA program at Indiana University which had a great reputation. I went there to get my Mba that was my intent and try to figure it out. Sounds like a bit of stalling tack. It was yes, it was. And in that first semester, I thought why am I not looking into the FBI White? Why am I not pursuing that? Let me at least check into it. And turns out. They were looking for scientists and engineers. At the time they were specifically targeting. People with science and engineering backgrounds. What about the vision thing? Amy You have to have good vision to be enough the special agent that's true, not as good as an astronaut and even better, it could be corrected to twenty twenty, so you were fine. I don't know that I'd use the word fine as my story goes, went in for my medical, and the nurse was very nice to me when I went in or initial medical screening. And, I believe the qualification was like twenty, three, hundred correctable to twenty twenty for your eyesight well, I wasn't quite twenty three hundred, but the nurse who was administering this test. Essentially had me look at the chart and she kept asking me she said. Can you see that and I said? Sort of she said if you squint, can you see it? And I. I said I could see a better she has. What are those letters? Look like to you and I read them off as best as I thought, I could, and she said close enough. You're in I'm in or at least you've passed that part of the yeah, there's a whole battery of things of course that happened after that, but that was the initial test. When did you get to Quantico as a brand new FBI special agent that was January of Nineteen Ninety one. It took me a little less than a year to process, which is quick, it is yes, in retrospect..
"amy you" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"There and welcome to Conan O'Brien needs a friend This is the podcast we'll talk about this a little later, but this as it turns out is our final podcast of our second season, and we have an amazing guest today. She's hilarious. She's very funny I just want to point out that I talked to our guest. Amy Schumer before all of the chaos and. Emotional horrors, and convulsions that that followed the killing of George Floyd, and we are in the midst of intense racial division right now and anger and We're also that butted up against covert nineteen, and so we find ourselves in these very serious times, but I had this conversation with Amy Schumer who I love, and she's just hilarious and delightful, and we had this conversation before any. Of of the upheavals of the last week, so I wanted to make sure that we explained that to people and so I know there are a lot of us out there a lot of you out there that. Would or could use some laughter and could use some silliness, and that is what that interview provides, but I also wanted to be completely honest and say that We're taping this segment now. the heels of every thing that's happened over the last couple of days so. How are you guys doing, Sona, how are you? I'm okay I'm yeah. No, it's funny. No one's good. I ran into I saw friend of mine. This woman and I said. How are you and she said? I'm good and she had her mask on, and this is you know two or three days into the riots over George fluids killing, and she said I'm good. And then she just stopped in her tracks, and she turned to me, and she said I lied. I'm not good and I was like I know. It's a reflects to say I'm good. I'm I'm guessing you feel the same way. Matt Yeah I think so I'm sad. It's a sad time for our country in the people at the core of this struggler justice for George. Floyd black lives. They're like the best of the country right now so I'm trying to take some inspiration from it and. Let, it pushed me into something and to do something. I heart goes out to all of the people suffering yeah. Well we have this making comedy at this. Moment is a strange thing. It's a strange task and and at the same time I do think people should hear Amy Schumer be really funny, an awesome, and then after that. Maybe we can talk about. Where we are the end of the season. Does that sound like a plan all right? So when I was going to do it, whatever you, no matter what you said, plow ahead. Okay, just being A. IF we're being honest, you know you're you're you're okay didn't influence me one way or the other. Okay? Yeah, go ahead now and introduce. I. Have Your permission sonal. Please go ahead. Okay, you're allow. Today is an absolutely hilarious comedian as well as an actor writer and bestselling author. From the Emmy Award Winning Comedy Central Series. Inside Amy Schumer and the movies trainwreck and I feel pretty on July ninth. You can see here in the DOCU series. Expecting amy on Hbo Max Very Thrilled, but she joined us for this conversation. Amy Schumer Welcome Amy. No. We're going to start with. Where are you first of all I would much rather be doing this in person. That's my favorite part of doing the podcast I like people to smell me. That makes one of us. But we this is now this weird way of doing it, but it actually he's been working out fine. Where the hell are you okay as I've said in my text messages I'm not I'm not gonNA. Tell you where I am on. An years yeah, but where exactly I'll pin you. I'll drop you a pin. Okay, yeah, my husband grew up here and so we. We fled New York. Now you're on an island. This is where they send a dictator. That's misbehaved. Make they make him stay on an island. I like to think of it more as as people with leprosy. Okay, you're a dictator with leprosy. You've. Been Sent Atta identify. Does does being on an island. Add to the weirdness of the quarantine I think you're right I think it does I hadn't thought about that, but it's all very weird, and it's also weird to go from New York where I I mean Manhattan where I think they were like estimating twenty percent of everyone was going to have it or something like that right right and then come somewhere where there's been twenty. Twenty nine cases total but I think people are more afraid here than they were in Manhattan. which is you know So you know people were really freaking out here and we're like okay, but we're. You know we've been here for a couple months now, but we're like we just came from where it's really everywhere, but here it's like people walking around lake in like a hamster like humans hamster wheel. I'm like. Have you guys? Yeah, you want to say to them. We're on an island. We've all been here for a couple of months. No you know. Put the Covid can't afford the ferry it, can't it. It's not going to be. It's not gonNA be able to cough up to sixty five dollars to get over here and you know what happened on the ferry, so? Having New York plates If you drive anywhere out of New, York right now have New York plates. Everyone is sure that you have it in that you are on purpose like driving around to try and spread it, and so we are on the ferry. We've near plates. Pay To stay in your car. Because of New York plates where like Okay and I had to pee so bad. I. Everyone knows where this is going, so I, with our nanny and our baby, and my husband, and our dog in the car, I had to pee. In the car in like I peed in our dogs like portable, because I had to piece so bad and we were waiting, 'cause ferries kept getting canceled because of the weather. And like I didn't think. I was going to ever appear in a car in front of my nanny. I just didn't like plan on that and. And it just kind of kicked the trip off like. In a cool way like with a cool vibe, but I wanted to respect the stay in your car..
"amy you" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"And hello this. Is The number ten seventy three? Let's talk about you. The idea ten t community. I talk about myself enough. Let's talk about you events that ID Tintin dot com for all the stuff that you might be wanting to promote for thing that you made or thing that you like that you know someone made like Kenneth who writes. I'm a teacher and coach at centerpoint high in centerpoint Texas during the quarantine time we were providing instruction store. Students from home had no idea. My idea was to create a youtube channel with which I could share information with my students than anyone else who was interested so far. The show is included twentieth century world. History of an Star Wars Review Softball Info this day in history facts BIOS on Texas historical figures. And if thank you to my softball team now. The school year is ended up going to continue putting shows together even plan on doing a reading of Monty Python and the holy grail. My wife happens to have the script. The channels named Kenneth King K I N G. The title of the show is coach. Kings classroom coach. King love it. This is fantastic. A doing readings a python. Oh my God. Wonderful wonderful wonderful. That is definitely doing something positive in with a situation that was challenging. So I I salute that and I'm so glad that you're doing this. I will have to check it out so thank you thank you. Thank you so much. I'm sorry I haven't seen it yet. It came in and saw that these are the things that you're doing and I felt like we got to share this with people so considerate shared and consider yourself thanked my friend and anyone else events at I t dot Com to get your thing mentioned on the podcast for the community. This episode is Harris. Who is a genus? She is a comedy genius. I'm sure you probably have watched strangers with candy if you haven't you should. It is sort of one of the prototypical comedies in the early two. Thousands Colbert on it as well. A lot of really brilliant performers in it is It really helped was just like a lot of stuff that came out of it after a round the same time as like Michael was doing like TV funhouse type stuff and it was just this. It's just this style this vibe of kind of surrealism that I adore and amy is super cool. We've never met before this was our first meeting of via the Internet and and she's read she's super And she has a new show. It's not new. Actually it's in my head. It's much newer than strangers with candy at home in season. Three right now which just premiered. I believe May twentieth. But it is Wednesdays on TRU TV at ten nine central. It's called at home with Amy Sedaris as so. Watch that if you happen to be inside for any reason like I don't know like maybe the world isn't a place to where a lot of people are going out at the moment. Then you can watch you can stay at home and watch at home with Amy. Sedaris ended there. Of course you did. So thank you amy sedaris for being a fantastic guest. This is the ten podcast number. Ten seventy three which we begin now initiating protocol.
"amy you" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello and welcome back to run. Put the run club of the podcast world. I'm Jennifer Garner and every week. I'm joined by someone who also loves a bit of running and today I've gone with someone who loves it so much and loves talking about it so much. They have just released a book Horner. The book is described as the must-have running for anyone who's ever experienced a moment of defeatism voice in their head. Meet the excuse. I can't run as a result. It's a book called. I can run. She is a digital editor of women's Health magazine and she is also a fellow port. Caster her running. Podcast is called well far and even I've been a guest this time. She's the guest on mine and I'm the one asking the questions Amy Lane. Welcome to run put. I am so excited to be on. This show occurred how you donate if circuits get you and I love the foul. We met last year. Didn't we out of race that we were both taking part in and we both then said right. You should come my podcast. You should come on mine and so I've been on yours so she returned to come on. Run PUTINITE I know. I've been waiting for the coup or the email right this Charles. Yeah well it's am really pleased that we've got this to happen because it's difficult at the moment. Obviously we're in lockdown in the UK. So again this episode has been recorded remotely with the Magic of Technology. So where are you just know? I am currently sat in my study. Winchester ooh just moved height avenue. I have we've just relocated and say yeah after being in London thirteen years. We've just we've just done a big move out. And how are you finding that in a new host in a new area and been locked down as well so it's sort of a little bit like living on the Truman show because we made to this amazing new development which is just a mile outside of Winchester town and we're like the fast phase of the development and say h Jeff's like in houses and fields around Jay and say obviously on your daily exercise? You only get so fast. It's like you get to the point of light to fields along and it soon may site you reach the end of where you could go and then you come back again and they see the same people and say you're like high and that's what it's been like three weeks you'll know everyone in the area by the end of looked down. Yeah they're only but you knew I've noticed because obviously I follow you on instagram. You're just constantly doing exercise. Even in lockdown you are finding ways to do something every second of the day and I. I like to things to keep fit. I just feel I feel guilty that I'm not digging enough when I look at. You know she's again. I really I do try. I am trying to do something most days. And whether that's thirty minute yoga online or whether it's I've got here racks which I just love. I don't know whether you years I'd do you know what I used to do all the time. It should get against such a good idea. Oh my gosh Olympic full body workout. And so I've got that hanging up in my garden. So have you been abusing that quite a bit or I've been oversee making you. Cities fields us just talking about and exploring and getting some runs. Well we should probably also might as well bring this up night because you I mean you are insanely busy you go. I mean you've got your regular job on on the go all the time. You've released a book which we will talk about shortly as well and you've also got the podcast but also you have a new little production in the works as well because you are going to be. A mummy aren't the congratulations. Thank you? I think he is just starting to feel real. Say I'm eighteen. Weeks in it's taken is taken my last midwife appointment with when they put the doppler on and you can hear the heartbeat to me what she believes that it's happening so it's so obviously. I mean someone who loves running. Everything's kind of been thrown up in the. Air Lock Dine pregnancy. Your life has changed somewhat. Yeah I mean the runnings been tough especially at like this time last year. A judge from Paris marathon and run the best time I'd have full and and then I continued to keep my running for for the rest of the year and say when I got pregnant I I did. She stopped running for the first few weeks. Or at least just didn't go out as much because I was just reading novice and have been running more recently but it is just so different being pregnant. I I've gone from being able to comfortably do like a ten K. to run booking a five K. Isn't it funny? How it is it just to finish your breathing that you find it harder. Yes and so. I couldn't walk out in the beginning whether it was being pregnant or whether it was asthma or a combination of the today I just found that I was having to stop every five minutes just to catch my breath you know. Walk two hundred meters or four hundred meters. And then I'd stop back up again and let my pace is cyber slam than East Bay ran in the beginning. It was quite. It was quite hard to head around. Just because you're like what is fit anymore even though you know whereas now. I'm very much like a k. k. soft break. You've got your buddies. Do loads of other stuff. It's just all about just doing why can say running running slower and shorter. I'm still I'm still doing it because I love it. Doesn't you don't have to stop? I was always told that as long as you can have a conversation and your breath then. You're okay yeah that's what somebody asks it to me. And we chatted before didn't may a new any mentioned to me that Iran Iran quite far into your pregnancy. And then you stopped when you bump goatee baked but then straightaway off your back out running again. Yeah but you knew what it's it's. It's hard when that bump gets to the stage that starts swinging that's stopped running because as I aught this I. I honestly it was the weirdest thing ever. I think that would freak me out too. I'm not I'm not there yet. How long have you been a runner for? So he's has found his neck. Because I I've I've just written a book about running where I'm like. We're rule runners. I still struggle to say the. I've been run all my life because I've run if that makes sense and I would say so. I ran in my twenties but when I ran in my early twenties when I first moved to London it was purely Justa ben calories an every run I went out to one. I just went out is hard in his foster as long cycles to kid. Because I wanted to do with Ben enough calories to maintain an aesthetic right okay. I think I think a lot of younger people when they first start when they're when they are image-obsessed especially and I'm not saying the U S started by thinking that is maybe something that people do exercise for at that stage. You had definitely and it's probably why never loved it because it was always associated satiated with pain and also a little bit of disappointment because I just think when your own exercising vocabulary is. You're always going to be slightly disappointed because you can always feel that you wanted to earn more. You wanted to use more way and that just really. Isn't anything like you. Forget the positives events this is Erin that mindset and then I kind of I kind of thank God. Ooh into boutique fitness in the classes. That rule light popping up London Molester. Running Stephanie sidelined that and then I came back running in my late twenties off American place and since then that was about full years guy I've regularly run and I've been running for. The positive says been running to either complete race or complete a challenge or just to go out and get some head space. I D is one of my favorite things I do each week. Now I mean why why is it. You love it so much. I think I think it's because it really helped me change my relationship with me just because I think for many years. Excise for me was Ways always always always there as a way to a away means to lose weight and I just think that it just wasn't really a positive thing in my life and then when I got this marathon face and I suddenly had this chance to go out and exercise enjoy fitness in a different way and it was all about positive gain so's all about running that little bit further running that little bit longer and I suddenly started to realize that actually named party is an amazing thing and it doesn't even matter what it looks like and so that just running just really helped me reach that point inside I just. I've had many movements spreading like many times where I've been singing out loud and just joyful or been crying behind sunglasses and it just feels like it's the thing that's like really Cathartic life. Yeah I know I can completely relate to that as well I. I actually saw an instagram post. That you shared recently. There's there's you two different years. You look very similar. Credibly fit and amazing and both of them. There's one two thousand fifteen I think is and the other was twenty nineteen but you said in that in that period of time you'd be running in it. Actually you might not see it physically but it changed you entirely is up fair to say if you completely changed you think. Yeah A. J. I think that is funny. Isn't it because when you call up in in a like when you call up negative body image you will never see what other people say. Say I mean on on that line it was. I think that was a a Nike run to the beat when they used to be on an IED and Iran. It and I still remember doing that. Run and how I spent the whole run telling myself I needed to be going faster. Essentially bullying myself around that rice and getting to the end in a megyn checking calorie burn and and that to me looking back on it now. I might. Why was that the first thing in my mind? I JUST. I just run. I think that was a half marathon. Actually that run and it's bunkers to me now that that was my first dog crossing the finish line like how many calories fiber and ravin seeing achievement like seeing the fact that I was monks. Who AS OTHER PEOPLE IN? It was an amazing experience. Like I totally zoned out for all of that and say when I compare myself it's like I pretty much say physically. Although not right now via slate the Ad Sisley Gabbay the boobs of arrived which schools the whole world of problems with sports for our uncertainty understanding like propal pool. Running good will wait till sorry. This is what I knew. We're digressing when I find at the end. I was trying to find any fit. That would fit my bump in so I could even cycling shorts or anything that could fit my new supersized thighs bum and bumping as well my concern. It's really hard. Yeah I mean Saint Jacob. It's GonNa it's GonNa be interesting so bring it on and then yet and see them in four years later. I'm now running races and actually like running for the joy in it and you know I'm no I'm no Elite Athlete if he at Times SA- times are times a fantastic in there a great motivator but then the building end do and so. I think that's when I talk about like how I've been on this running journey. It's come from just being this very kind of negative habit in my week. I did because I wanted to bank calories and look way to becoming something which actually opens up my world two experiences in people and just feeding good I it was a it was a long. It was a long journey and it didn't happen overnight and you know and I don't think I think anyone that says that he only this or do this and you'll be instantly body confident in the next month. A. is telling lies..
"amy you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Also but then I'm thinking for a couple of people. I've done a lot of work I've actually like because they tell me like I like this specific scene. I like again digging out pictures and Mike. Holding them up to the camera of different things and then I got a lot of free time On on my movie thing on my IPAD IPAD my Maxi ipad with wings. Sorry it's a girl protection situation joke there which I can hardly remember again fifty seven but you know what I do. I film like little things and I make like actual little videos plus me so anyway. That would be worth one fifty. I'm sure you just go. Hi Is Gilbert Godfrey and abandon fresh not bad. Is that what you do? Well a lot of times they'll ask me to roast them and I'll get and I'll get lazy and I'll go. Hey funk you roast buck you never got a dinner Jill Gilbert. Call me sometime like a real person. Don't make it about show business. You'll never do that. Never carry your number around in his wallet. For twelve years. Eighty-four plug the website again. John Ritter Foundation Dot Org right. You're some websites. John Ritter Foundation DOT ORG CAMEO DOT COM. That's stupid but more importantly John Ritter Foundation or but also. I WanNa do a Patriot on. How does that work will explain it to you when we get off? Mike? Hi I'm Gilbert got. I'm Gilbert Godfrey. Shut the fuck up children please. I'm Gilbert Godfrey with my friend Fred Santa Padre he's mall so my co host and I have a colossal Fuca also known as a podcast moving alkyl here putting together. Amy Thank you. This was a blast assholes. Wash your hands and go to bed..
"amy you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Shampoo Buddy Hackett Buddy Hackett who? It is a fun game. I Know Red Buttons was Ho Ho Right Matt Red Buttons. I met Red Buttons. I met I've met you guys you don't know. I met Milton. Berle just enough to win and I've met everybody. I Steve Webber on wings we would and I would say oh. I met him at the thing and he goes. You are the most famous non famous person in. He goes you. How do you know all these people? I'm like 'cause I would just go up to them because I it's not like a showbiz person like you got a bit sad and once in a while they'd go aren't you on that show. Yeah but most of the time I was just like a fan girl and then we get to talk like I'm kind of in show business too. But so who do you want to know? I know every name it. I'll tell you if I met well. You worked with Norm Crosby on. I love Crosby Numb. Crosby did the call malpractice. Yes Malpensa like Leo Gorski used to do that but but let me tell you something so there was a show and it was okay. The husband of his last name. Yarnell not not shaking your shields in your no no not but I love them but no no what's her name the agent from ICM. Tony whatever her name is at her husband's name some your now okay. He produced this thing called the new love American style. Sure and the knit shirt. You don't believe me we do you do yeah Marcia. Wallace was on that show so so so they would have the interstitial which on the old one would be like talk about no way. That's stop I fuck up. We don't Stuart Margolin. Yeah he was the guy that did the blackouts in the old one Gilbert. Listen to me for a second. Just pipe the fuck down for a second. I might have to say this okay. This CA- so but in the new ones instead of like the old ones the interstitial were like pushing a brass bed down the street at all of the new ones they were like little comedy bats about like a joke be backed up the lake laffin kind of thing so it was. Here's who got hired for it Denisa. Joe Can't remember her last name. Marcia Wallace Arsenio Hall now me Berry Pearl in a Berry Pearl you should and and you said norm crosby so onto weekends we did. We filled all of the interstitial so it was just the cornyist bullshit. You don't really have to be quiet. Gilbert are you say is walking out no you weren't. I could see you fucking dramatic Queen Liar so so it was crazy because I got to hang out with with and then he said well. I'm going to be in Las Vegas. If you WANNA come sea the active Las Vegas and so I went with my boyfriend Jay at the time and we went and norm crosby from the stage. He would do this. Caesar's He did this whole big act but then he would. He worked my name into one of the things that he's like. And then the pioneers. What out over the over the country and they set out for their destiny going down the old trail and only almost gist. He was great. I mean he's still around the house he is cry. Love Dorm Cross to Yell Louder Than My outer. I met him a couple of times. He never mentioned you. Yeah you and I mention no. I don't like these nonsense. Sound words where they was Morey Amsterdam for Dick Van Dyke in his hack he used Sigo. Yucca Puck Yucca. Oh Yeah Yeah and what does it mean? Nothing out the same issue. Poopie I in that. Category with Jukka puck control. Stop assessing. Yeah I like it Hashtag Yucca Puck. Let's get it go and let's get a coat when people is there a story amy about when you and John Run the cosby show..
"amy you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Sack and then I'd maybe has a hand but I'm saying hovering like you know in the foreground but it just looks like it looks like we're all just doing things to each other but then. I realized almost all the pictures that I have some kind of hijinks. Were up consensual. Hijinks yeah I remember the I think at home. I have one photo may basically holding John Steak. But he's got his shot or standing or standing like hind with your hands around the front like I said. Oh everything all funding until somebody gets kicked out of the Senate and getting back to shedding back. You didn't hear Game Sec. Getting back Tamil Zig. That's the name of your book lacked. Get sick the life story of Gilbert Godfrey getting back. Then we'll do it he he was. I one point Mo after Larry had a stroke Mo- wanted Emerald Sitka to be one of the stooges really like the fourth stooge. Yeah 'cause I currently in Shambo yes curly dead. Simple Him Joe. Basil left brand so he ate already. Had you know Tarita and He was GONNA get Emerald Sitka and to all of you. Three stooges fans probably already know this the preacher at a wedding. I don't know who's getting married in one of the three stooges shorts and his classic movie line is I. You may kiss the bride. You Two love birds. I love that that should be every every priests should say that the bride you to love very sat out of three hundred plus guests. I don't think we've ever had anybody who worked with with with Sitka. Except for amy. Let's see if we can find a picture of together. Shall we saved everything you might you? Do you have a picture where you're grabbing multitude ball? No but you know what I can recreate. What Photoshop is by Absolute Fred? I have lived. I think I don't know anything computers except for how to make myself look good. Get Out of trouble. And also you know implicate people in sex crimes that alright girls we will return to Gilbert Godfrey JR amazing colossal podcast after S. Hey I'm andy if you don't know me it's probably because I'm not famous but I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's the idea for Harry's came out of a frustrating experience I had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced over designed and out of touch. At Harry's our approach is simple. Here's our secret. We make sharp durable blades and sell them at honest prices for as low as two dollars. Each we care about quality so much that we do some crazy things like by a world class German blade factory obsessing over every detail means we're confident and offering one hundred percent quality guarantee. Millions of guys have already made the switch to Harry's so thank you if you're one of them and if you're not we hope you give us a try with this special offer get a Harry starter. Set with a five Blade Razor waited handle shave gel and a travel cover offered just three bucks plus shipping just go to Harrys DOT COM and enter eight nine eight nine at checkout. That's Harrys Dot com code. Eight nine eight nine enjoy.
"amy you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Hi this is Gilbert Godfrey and Gilbert Godfrey Amazing Colossal podcasts with my co host Frank Santo jury our guest. This week is a town that actor isg of both the big and small screen as well as and a orrick awareness advocate and the founder of the John Ritter Foundation for a order. You know her work from popular. Tv shows such as Dallas Magnum. Pi Designing Women. Get on life judge. Shoot Me Hot. In Cleveland Clones. Modern family pretty little liars and Show that I did do episode. Sweep hurt wing. And which she started. It's the uptight high-strung Casey Davenport. She's also done memorable work. In feature film pretty woman the Mass Home for the holidays robinhood Madden Robin Hood. Men Tight Dracula dead. I shut the fuck up dragged men Tie Rob Robin Hood. Men IN TIGHTS DRACULA. Dead and loving it. And perhaps her proudest moment. Sharing the big screen with her favorite and detainee derm problem child and problem child two four decade career that big one and career. She began laying sheet which again by playing a Russian spy with an accent. She swiped from Abboud Winco cartoon she's worked with Mel Brooks gear. Jim Carrey Julia Robert jodie foster an Robert downey junior ashwell. It's amazing colossal podcast guests were Lewis Carroll leaper Steven Weber Tim. Matheson Jason Alexander and Dick Van Dyke please welcome to the show up funny firts perform and now woman who Mel Brooks once described as Deborah Kerr with little Jewish old man inside asked me Gilbert how many times we worked together. Oh yes ready okay. Well so aiming. How many times have we worked together for? I think she's a child. One problem child to wings twice wings twice. Yes but I would just like to say you never right. You never call. Yes and now he's calling. I'm sure you were Lewis Right. You were the easy sleazy Stereo salesman pronounced use your and my I was while it was supposed to be my uncle the late Great Bill Hickey. Right as a matter of fact I watched the episodes last night amy. Your character is sitting at the What is that the coffee bar? I don't know what it was lunch. Counter Counter Counter Gilbert. You come over and make a pass at her and she says. Let me see how to put this exactly? Yes I stick my finger down my throat. We are assuming that Casey had a gag reflex bill intact but never I never developed her her back story so I think I was making it. You're in the Christmas episode to Gilbert. Were the you're on the house in the. Yeah the the the all the wallets go missing. You don't remember guilty. I do. I do remember the Christmas was good. Wasn't that strong that Christmas episode. I don't know I thought it was a Dinger out agreement. I didn't remember it till the thirtieth anniversary of wings by the way what. Shut your fucking face thing. That's not a good sign. I remember align from wings that I don't know if I did with you or wave and bring it up. You're going to feel snow. It's not tell me to go fuck myself. That's or with the other. What was her name? The boss era forty. No the blonde are still Bernard but I remember. There was one where one of you says to me. You are the most loathsome disgusting person I shore and I go. Oh so you've been checking me out. That was improvised out. I didn't know they were rolling. I was just trying to tell you something. She says. Head to toe you the most repulsive man I ever met Ashish. Yeah for some reason Ami your your debut episode called twisted sister is not on Hulu. It's missing from the wings run. Yeah we need to investigate this. That's very weird. Let's call. Would we call Steve Levitan? We'll call Steve. Levitan will call somebody. We'll call Weber now. Don't don't get it started. Don't poke that bear. Tell us about working with him because we had him on the show we love. Yes Stephen Crazy about him. A hundred percent crazy about him and I got a really good job. One time. All Yes in Dracula Lasts Mel Brooks Mel as I call him has had somebody else in mind for the part. And I said have you met Steven Weber and then day fell in love Stephen Mel and then he was he was in Dracula. Dead and loving it or as somebody just wrote to me literally literally on facebook. Yeah I'm on there okay. What are there was a lady that wrote to me? A girl and her name was her name is amy has BEC. I'm going to say the last name because I wanted to check her out but with a with a nice Colombian last name and but her first name. Is Amy Yeahs back so I wrote her and I said hi. Nice to meet you A. Is this a family name because there are aspects all over? Its Lebanese last. Name got around so she said she wrote back in it. Google translates is like no my father named me in your honor. He saw you in a movie. Called Happy Dracula Dracula is almost. Don't want to say it out loud because I could've used as my password for everything so the aspects sometimes spelled with an essence sometimes spelled with a Z. Like our friend craven. Yes you're correct. You're David's cousin. Here's the deal. Here's the deal. I'm going to say yes on that because okay. Lebanon.
"amy you" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Number one and number two. Oh my God but no I have seen it. We know Steve. Carell is a great example of number one on the call sheet and the tone is set because he's such a gracious decent human being and no one would dare step out of line and not that group would anyway. That was a pretty great ensemble on the office but I found myself being very protective of the crew. Like that's where I started using it. You know maybe they they're the messenger like the PA team and they'd get in trouble so I started then. I changed my language like tell them. Amy Asked so it was on me. How much longer till the scene is ready to the cameras light? You know whatever it was so I always framed by myself and try to give them lots of food and candy when in doubt at them. Free Shit and food. This is the secret to anybody's heart. Yeah I've found in my without naming names. Is there a worst example of someone? That's like the top down. Set The wrong vibe L. Michael Anderson and you say Oh that's Michael many. I know a secret as to you back. I've said this before. One of my favorite things I used to do my artwork junket kind of things and watch other journalists like leave a room that had just interviewed Michael Shannon. Because he's one of those actors that a lot of actors like especially being movie stars they go out of their way to ingratiate and like make someone feel comfortable. Michael relishes that can scare the shit out of somebody just missed this aura..
"amy you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And this has been a little too much like federal one. Guttural has been jailed arts. What is it freeze lazing car lasso with my goal? My Co host Frank Santo Padre. That's hard to the gym. Kaos-gl Frank Santro Padre and we have been talking to and we have been talking to this going on your real amy lovely and talented the loudly tapped and she took her sweater off at the beginning of the show. Had A t-shirt underneath that mark. On your laugh when I go home. That's hard our our our guest. The lovely and doubted high you. You are the sport of Sports. One of my favorite episodes talk. You know.
"amy you" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
"Which direction is this moving? Are they moving towards being able to sit on the square. Yeah yeah a little bit better over time. Yes you're going in the right direction. Yeah and so. It's understandable that that's frustrating as a parent of like. Sometimes you can can sit there and do your homework in twenty minutes. And sometimes there's wailing and gnashing of teeth and crying and I won't do it. It takes two hours and I mean it's good that it's is not taking two hours every night that it ever takes twenty minutes and sometimes works. I think that's when we really like just do it like you can. Why are you or the baby? Sleeps through the night tantalizingly realizing Lee for a week and then all of a sudden doesn't again like what happened. But I'M GONNA make my father-in-law really happy by using a golf metaphor. Amy Okay. I don't really have a lot of golf metaphors up my sleeve. This might be the only one ever here on the PODCASTS. Please try to enjoy it if you're a golf fan but this is like I wrote a piece about this a long time ago about raising kids being a parallel Al to this thing of like the Golfer goes out and is trying to work on their swing and they know what they're supposed to do and there's just a lineup back into it. I don't know anything about golf but you get it. And then the hit the shot and it's like I got unlocked it. I figured it out and then the next two shots are a mess like you're constantly trying to get your swing incorrect. But there is no door that you go through like I've got it now. It's just always like you find it. You lose it you find it you lose it and then eventually probably you're getting better through practice over time but I wrote a whole piece awhile ago about this thing of like it's a golf shot the whole thing. You're always trying to be like I know what I'm supposed supposed to be doing and your kid knows what they're supposed to be doing but they're only getting it right like once every five times. You're not actually unlocking the box full of mystery and sometimes you remember to keep your hips still but then you forget the part about you know moving your elbow and then the whole things off again in a different way you fix one thing and something else is wrong. Exactly all right amy. We're GONNA talk more about this right after this break. Amy You know. What's a good sneaky? Goto holiday gift socks totally. Remember being a kid and thinking thinking socks were like the saddest president of all and now. You're like oh I want. I know life really comes at you fast. You're like I love the part where I get the socks now especially especially if those socks are Bomba socks amy. What is it about my bomba socks? I am having a love affair with them. I Love Them. The cushioned foot. Ed is what it is for me. That super soft and it's sort of gently hugs my feet right across the middle and the Bomba's hold up over time they don't get gray or stretch out. My Bomba's are sticking around looking good for the long haul. I mean I think it's kind of sad for us how into socks we are but it's a life stage it's ages and stages my bombos support me in places I didn't even know I I needed support. Amy and who else in my life. Can I say that about Nice. They support my arches person in your life. Who is a total gift enigma? It's giving them Bomba's and now is the time. Bomb is having a big holiday.
"amy you" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"It when we were kids one of us was allergic to cats and dogs so in order to not ostracize that one kid my parents said we were all allergic. I was kind of crushed by this because I love the idea of having a authority for I was I was a furry when I was in very friend of very Powell and so the next logical step was to get rabbits and I remember going to the pet store to get a rabbit rabbit. I brought it home but it was hopping oddly and I picked it up and looked underneath it and realized that it didn't have find feet it just had these two little nubs so I brought it back to the pet store owner and he said all right orange pick out another one and he took it kind of aggressively and tossed it into a separate bin and I said well what's going to happen to that one and he said Oh one of the snakes is GonNa get lucky and so I said well okay. I you know I can't have that happen so I can you at least give me a discount on it and he he's. I'll tell you what I'll knock off five bucks so he gave it to me for fifty dollars instead of twenty and then right when you left the store with nubs he went onto feed the snakes a bunch of able bodied rabbits snakes out there like this one doesn't have feet good. The legs are my favorites are really my lucky. Day could be a dream life could be injury who ship chipper. You're listening to life short. I'm your two-legged host. Justin long nine sweetheart do uh-huh with always is Christian who also has his also a bipedal yeah yeah you are a bipedal such a typos happy ending. I ended up having knobs for God into college well into college so like seven or eight years. which is I was with you that day? When you try to return absurd and you remember when we were heading home this is we're dating ourselves here because when we were driving home and the popular song on the radio at the time was that Natalie Imbruglia song torn of REMM remember it well that's what we named and the rabbit on the way home because I remember like we named her Natalie out because he was playing on the radio already and then but let nubs ended up sticking because you know one syllable Natalie's kind of kind of a mouthful much more fitting yeah I mean it looked much more like enough and not only did we have knobs for how many years seven eight years he had a series of problematic yeah well rabbits? We had alice who was our first rabbit rabbit. She was cute but got it from one one Easter shoes a little I remember waking coming up on Easter morning and there was a rabbit in my bedroom and and this is our first rabbit and named Alice shoes a white rapper that looked cute but she had problems problems she would run around in circles. She wouldn't move in a straight line so shoot run around in circles and make this buzzing annoying yes she does. I think a neurological problem album of because she would co her head was constantly cocked to one side and she would favor that side when she ran so which is why she ran in circles because she was constantly. I think she was trying to go straight but her head was but she would also remember the worst thing she did she would she would. They just shit everywhere. I mean there there was my poor mother was like beside herself. Oh speaking AH rabbits shit everywhere. Oh Yeah you remember yeah. I know what you're going to say what you do to me. When I was a child so my two older brothers would to torture me they would one of them would would hold me down and the other would cover my eyes pinch my nose off? Oh this is awful WH- making my mouth open feed me what they said was rabbit. It wasn't that cruel because rob little because rabbits make little pellets poops and they would say say this is rabbit boob. You're eating rabbit. Who and I you know be fighting as much as I could but I would have to have this rob who for my mouth and come to find out they weren't feeding me rabbit poop thank God but it was ostrich poop but they were feeding me rabbit food these little pellets which which is roughly the same mm sizes rabbit proof still not good? It's still not good when you're when you say you're seeing some rabbit poop. You should instead be feeding them occurrence or something anyway. I guess they loves rabbits so so the reason we're talking. Rabbits extensively is because because our guest today is it's hard to separate her from her love of rabbits. She talks about how much she loves her. She used to go on Letterman and Dan and her pet rabbits. Remember were a major topic of conversation. She's a rabid enthusiast. Yeah that's fair to say and to the point where if you say something somewhat disparaging about one of her rabbits. She'll get very defend yes. She is such a unique human being yeah. It may be the most unique ever yeah she's up there yeah so August as Amy Sedaris who is a strange inge colorful fascinating person rabbit owner rabbit owner rabid enthusiast he said and just perform. I don't even know how to Amy's one those people that it's it's hard to label her really it's hard to 'cause. She's an actress. She's she's a writer. She's just a she's just an interesting God bird. I was introduced to her years ago. When I was in college shoes on a show called strangers with candy where she played so good a student but as an adult Jerry Bland jerri blank she he played a character called Jerry playing who is an older woman who who is in schools and high school and I remember my roommate John and college had an autographed poster picture rather framed of amy playing jerry blank blank and it was and it was made out him it? You said John Peon me love Jerry and I I thought it was right above his bed. I remember and I thought it was in his thing and now knowing a little bit. It's so funny to think of her doing that. Autographing Oh funny. She is so ooh weird and fearless. You guys worked together on movie called Ghost team a few years ago. It was the first time the only time you've worked with her yeah. No I didn't meet her on that. I had met her because we have mutual friends. I saw I I've known her for a long time but I really got to know her. Well on ghost team yeah. This is the first time we worked together. I think and then we a couple of years ago we went to. We hung out with her in her apartment. In New York. God just tonight we went over and we got stoned in her apartment and it was it's such a few hugh fascinating place to be with the rabbit and and the knickknacks everywhere it was like art director places it was such a fascinating place and really funny really funny time but she talks about her the knickknacks that she surrounds herself with and and and for lack of a better word. I wouldn't know what to call them but she's she. She all of those things have been important in a level of importance to our that they're they're all she's not like a horror. She's she creates a lot. She is really into like crafting. We get into it a little bit in the episode but She's she's really loves giving people gifts and she'll make her own things. She's a very she's craft. She's she's crafty. She's a really like a kid like a interesting little kid. we should also mention really fast that she is on she has her own show now call at home with Amy Sedaris that gets nominated for awards. It's it's Hilarious sort of variety show. I guess you'd say yes so you'll you'll we'll talk about that. We'll talk about instagram and rapids and everything in between mostly rapids yeah if you're not sick a rabbit chat. There's plenty more coming up my talk with the rabbit-loving one of a kind amy sedaris sweetheart a so Jonathan Van Ness is one of the guys on Queer Eye. Yes I think he's I just recently actually really binged watched the whole year where it's so good yeah and you would be a great candidate. I mean this is gonNA sound. Insulting does only in certain respects because Justin community so they would do such a good job at organizing your life Oh yeah but we're not advertising show someone episode and it was. It's really moving so well done and I think he's my favorite. He's the one of the long hair in the kind of old timey stash he does the grooming yes he wrote a book called over the top. Oh and it sort of about his growing up and how he you know skyrocketing into the public eye with queer eye and the audios took the so he does so he reads it was performed by Jonathan himself and we'll have you laughing crying all of it all the do you like this expression all the fields all the fields glove check it out over the top Jonathan Vanessa's available now in hardcover book and digital audio wherever you like to buy books meet again that night hung out at your house was one of the most sense we gotta do it again and I meant this when I said it it felt I remember leaving that night and thinking like Oh yeah we do this regularly this why not live on the Espn Paul down him recently and he said he saw you in. La just texted Paul down. He's great talk to him for this. No I won't he would be good to correct. He's Funny Paula. We've either bunch and Amy Paulin. I did a movie called Ghost team which you probably saw it you you saw the audience but rolling theme that's where we met no but we got to know each other. They worked together yeah and it was a great cat. I mean you and I and I guess that's where I'm Paul Townsend John Heater who had played Napoleon dynamite and we did a really fun thing once where we did. John Heater had a really good sense of humor about Napoleon dynamite. Would you say yeah an God. I can't believe that it was just real dance move in the movie that you're blown away by but not such a good he would bring it up often in fact like it's like tiny might yeah and it all culminated when we all did our impression of John. Do you remember that as a really funny the video okay so you prefer live audiences and do and I like the energy of a live audience and because you can't you have one day you have one chance. You're not gonNa you know stop. I mean now the Connecticut stuff but they're not gonna you. Just get away with more in a way you feel more like you. You can be yourself in the moment more and more media things. If something happens you your appearances on Letterman. We're always very shoot from the hip felt that way I mean I was always prepared but then in in I was always prepared but then I had my list of things. I knew I wanted to get in there. I didn't want run by the producers but then once you're out there. You never know what you know. He'll start start off with something then it's just your derailed but you have something to fall back on but missed doing letterman you you he and he had a really good almost like flirtatious shows well. I was in the show. I didn't really later when people like oh you too and I was like Oh that when you're in it you don't think about it that way and then when people started saying that what you didn't play it it up like I never never never it was just natural. It's just natural in. I think I asked you this before but you in touch with them. Called me like three years ago or something just to say. Hey how you doing owes one of those things I know killer now and I was in my underpants and I was petty my rabbit. The rabbit is how old now Tina's how far subpoenas the second round that I met did the first third rabbit but I found out tina was a male rabbit like a few months ago. I always said I thought it was a girl named Tina and I just found out it's a boy I did asked this. How did you find find out? They had an insert a catheter. She was sick and they usually gave me. This is a boy ravin not a female. It's really hard to tell I know oh I thought you meant it was hard to talk about about living with the big raving queen. That's the way I look at it a big big how I would have thought that rabbits had the hamsters have very prominent testicles. Did you know the rabbits and hamsters are very different so I didn't know that I didn't know that the hamsters have really big yeah..