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How Does Fasting Impact the Immune System?
"How does fasting impact the immune system. How can it help. Reduce auto immunity and chronic inflammation in the body. Well couple major mechanisms. One is this mechanism of autophagy. Which i'm gonna go into which means self eating. And so it's really powerful. And fasting stimulates it also down regulates inflammation throughout the body improves the diversity of the microbiome and help stimulate he where we call keystone species of bacteria it actually helps improve those and then it regenerates our immune cells many of us are walking around with what's called a senescent immune cells with these old damaged immune cells that just aren't functioning very well and because they're not functioning well they're attacking our own tissue. They're creating more inflammation in the system. Fasten helps down regulate those so the i will look at autophagy not taught for actually researcher in two thousand sixteen won the nobel prize for Really a lot of foundational work on autophagy. Now this has been studied for a while now. But we're learning more and more about this every single day and it's basically this self eating mechanism the body's cells where they start to break down intracellular components within the cell. And they do that. So the body you know all the cells need fuel okay. So our body naturally will break down older damaged cells when we don't have food right fasting. We don't have food. We don't have the proteins that we need so now the bodies actually gonna go in and the the body's own intelligence knows how to do this so it goes in and it starts to break down older damaged cellular Components might oke andrea gold apparatus. All those things that we learned in biology class that are inside the cell search to break those down and then takes the raw materials and uses it to create new might contra right crates new sailor components so regenerates the cell. And that's really what it's about. It's about recycling and regenerating and this is the power of the body. Body knows how to heal and autophagy is how it does
"andrea k." Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"It was kind of a therapeutic boarding school light like we got to go home for christmas and we could talk on the phone and stuff but yeah so so. They had the rules right. They were called ethics and it was no lying cheating stealing drugs alcohol tobacco sex and they had brother's keeper where you know if you knew anything about somebody else you had to route them out or it'd be just as bad as you had done to yourself. And then they had something called spirit of the law which was essentially. Like if you had planned to do something but you didn't actually go through with it. You would still get into trouble as if you had done. It was like a religious based program. No calvin i know. I know i don't know what the fuck was going on there but so then when you get into trouble well first of all you know kids would just ride each other outright. Like that's how you survived there and was the was it lying to you. Just live kids. Yeah okay yes so what they would do things. I'm guessing. There were a lot of kids. Least operating a borderline level and the borderlines loved the splitting. That's a good way to split. So when you so when you will get into trouble you will go on. Something called to four. So that's when you get up do these workouts at five thirty in the morning. You do yard work all day. You had to sit alone meals and all that stuff so it was. Yeah i mean you just learn to wrap people out. So i remember so so there was this one time it was between christmas and thanksgiving and christmas and so this was probably back when what was it called silkroad like probably hadn't been busted yet so this katie buys all these prescription pills from india or whatever and they find out and so they decided to put the whole school onto four even though not everybody was involved so all two hundred of us so the five thirty. Am workout do consisted of us. Doing we had to do. Twenty five jumping jacks. But it had like all be like perfectly like in sync and so it's took over an hour and there would always be the kid like right at the end that would like flavors harms up and but but it wasn't until commits my parents. Send me back but it was. After that point. I would say it was around. Sixteen was when. I really crossed when i really became a pickle as you know. We like to say so for those who don't know after this. Yeah i mean yeah. And that's when i every time i drank I blocked out. And every time i drank i had a severe personality changed for the worst and by seventeen i was a daily drinker and by eighteen. I was drinking around the clock three. Yeah it was miserable and was what was the bottom within if you no of course so yeah so i. I went to florida state. I lasted six weeks. You know my world has gotten so isolated you know. I spent so many of my weekends. My senior of high school essentially just like sitting alone at my computer drinking forties of steel reserve here. I am in suburban philadelphia. But i just thought so. I i saw in the seventh grade i me and my friend gave blowjobs two to the ninth grade boys and my reputation obviously was was very ruined because of that so that was a very A moment in my life where a lot of toxic shame was ingrained in me. And so i really felt like that had left a stain on me. You know and. I really didn't have many friends after that going forward and just remember sitting there My senior of high school just thinking. Everything's gonna be different next year. When i go off to college and i have a fresh start you know and guess what nothing was different. I was still the girl that was getting kicked out of parties And that's when. I went through my first like really bad Like when i had my first really bad delirium trends And so yeah so then. I left school. I withdrew the medical center. My parents had moved to jacksonville florida at the time. And i So i start going to an outpatient. I start going to meetings and then i decide that i'm gonna data boy right. It's six months so this boy decides that he's actually going to date somebody else. That's in the program. And so i knew that i was going to see them at a meeting that night and i realized that there was quanta pin in my in my parents house so i take one pill i go to the meeting and i remember i go home and i. Google is one pillar relapsed. Yes it is when it's not prescribed to you and you take it to change the way you feel about it and so i just So then a week goes by. And i'm like hey it's been a whole week. I haven't thought about taking a pill then interesting otherwise could handle it. Yeah today's and then go off to the racist. But i'm still working a program. I picked up a nine months ship. When i didn't have nine months Eventually stood drinking again. And then you know. I kind of hit another bottom there and that was in september of two thousand eight so i'll have thirteen years but you know i think the big rarely a straight line people. You're you're your disease requires you to test. And that's okay. You know that's how you learn that part of that experience process. Well if you're working you know one thing that i'm grateful for is that for me. I didn't have ten twenty thirty years. Were drinking was fun. And where i controlled it so like as you know talks about in the book. How the great obsession of every alcoholic is that one day they can then control their drinking like they once did. I never had that experience. So i don't have that fantasy that i drink successfully. I've never done it before. The binge alcoholics at really maintain that found fantasy because they have the veneer of control right early drag for three days and drive for two months. After that i was fine. you know. And that's those are tough to treat. What am i do. 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Investigation Finds Israeli Spyware Used to Target Phones of Journalists and Activists
"You may have heard of the spyware pegasus before today it had been used by saudi authorities to monitor journalist jamaica shoghi before his assassination. Today we learned that. The israeli made surveillance tool is pretty popular. A consortium of news organizations found that several countries are using pegasus to spy on journalists activists and dissidents including the hungarian investigative news organization. Direct thirty six. Andreas have patios one of the journalists air. He was also part of the investigation andrea. Tell us a little bit about your organization. Thirty six and how you discover that people. There were essentially being spied on thirty. Six is an investigative reporting nonprofit basting hungary we have a team of seven people. And how did you discover that you were being surveilled by a pegasus. The project led by a paris based organization for be on stories and they had access to a database of phone numbers that were selected as a surveillance targets by the clients of nso. Sunday found that one of my colleagues subways plenty investigative reporter covering the national security issues. He was one of the targets and we found that a second colleague of mine on die. Supple was also one of the targets and then the proof of their surveillance was that the amnesty international security lab they analyze the phones the devices of my two colleagues and they found clear tracy's some software
Britney Spears Approved to Hire Her Own Lawyer
"Over yet. But there are some new twists in the Britney Spears case. ABC s Andrea Fuji has the latest Britney Spears is celebrating. Overnight she posted to Instagram saying, New with real representation Today I feel gratitude and blessed. This is me celebrating by horseback riding and doing CART wheels today. In court Wednesday, The judge granted Spears request to hire her own lawyer in the fight to end her 13 year conservatorship controlled by her father, Celebrity attorney Matthew Rosengarten will now represent her question remains. Why is he involved? Should step down voluntarily. As that is, in the best interest a Britney Spears in court. A tearful spears called in by phone, demanding her father, Jamie Spears be removed from her conservatorship, saying she wants him charged with conservator abuse Spears saying I am here to get rid of my dad. The singer, claiming I was extremely scared of my dad. Spears detailed what she calls her illegal work schedule in which she says she was forced to be available 10 hours per day every day, And at times, she says, her caretakers took away her hair, vitamins and even her coffee. Spears, saying that's not abuse. That's just cruelty. Jamie Spears was adamant He is not stepping down his lawyers arguing for their side of the story to be heard, saying, There are a lot of misstatements in Britney's testimonies. The judge also approved the resignation of Bessemer Trust as co conservator. That means as of now, Jamie Spears is the sole manager of his daughter's $60 million estate. But Spears wants the conservatorship ended altogether without facing a medical evaluation, she says. If one is necessary, she'd like Jodi Montgomery, her co conservator of person to stay on and handle the transition. There will be another court hearing on Monday in which the judge will examine Jodi Montgomery's request for security to be paid out from the trust. As she claims she's receiving death threats. Andrea Fujii.
Court Grants Britney Spears the Right to Hire Her Own Lawyer
"In court for pop star Britney Spears as she continues to challenge the conservatorship that's ruled her life for several years, says ABC is Andrea Fuji. Britney Spears is celebrating in court Wednesday, The judge granted Spears request to hire her own lawyer in the fight to enter 13 year conservatorship controlled by her father. Celebrity attorney Matthew Rosengarten will now represent her
Victoria Valentino, Bill Cosby Accuser, Speaks About His Overturned Conviction
"Bill Cosby came down this week, chances are pretty good. Your reaction was the same as ours in the newsroom. What just happened here? It was a stunning ruling the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, throwing out Cosby's sexual assault conviction and releasing him from prison. Cosby, who is now 83 flashed the V for victory sign to a helicopter overhead as he trudged into his suburban Philadelphia home after serving nearly three years of a 3 to 10 year sentence for drugging and violating Temple University sports administrator Andrea Constand in 2000 and four Cause we spoke with ABC news after he was released over body had defense to say Wait one second. This doesn't match up with the truth. This is not what I was taught in college. This is not what I was part in all the former Cosby Show Star was one of the first celebrities tried and convicted in the ME two era. Can't stand and her lawyers called the ruling disappointing, as did many of the as many as 50 women who accused Cosby of similar actions. One accuser, Victoria Valentino spoke with NBC's Kyra Phillips after his release. First of all, How are you feeling right now? It's been a long day of very distressing day, a very emotional day and a very infuriating day. I think all rape survivors. Have an impotent rage because they are not able to really be listen to be validated be vindicated when he received his guilty, guilty, guilty verdict. We thought we had received justice. What
Looking Into Crisis Pregnancy Centers With Writer Maya Kroth
"Start with the basics. What are crisis. Pregnancy centers yeah crisis. Pregnancy centers are also sometimes called pregnancy resource centers. These are centers that are run by faith based groups That basically exist to talk women out of having an abortion from the outside. They might look like a traditional women's health clinic some of them even have innocuous names like the women's clinic But when you get in there you see a lot of christian literature in the lobby so these centers often masquerade is traditional women's health care clinics. But when you dig a little deeper you realize that's not what they are a lot of times. They open up right across the street from a planned. Parenthood although in states like georgia where there are so few abortion clinics They'll just open up anywhere that you might find women who might be considering an abortion college campuses that kind of thing I know that A while back on oliver did a piece of them and they kind of focused a little bit on the vans like they'll move around in vans and park outside. Oh yeah there's one that. I think parks out front of a church in hateful. Oh yeah. I tried to go and catch it. But it wasn't. It wasn't keeping regular hours. They're really regularly available in like a lot of suburban areas found. Because i as i worked in the facts and other worked with state government stuff and in the state of georgia. They kind of leaned towards faith based faith-based evidence base of resources and there are a lot almost per county i think and it's readily available as an access resource for most in age girls. Yeah they're definitely much more prevalent in georgia than planned parenthood for example or any other kind of traditional women's health clinic that provides abortion services. Yeah and that's a good segue into my next question. Which is do you have any numbers around this. Yeah there's actually one of the researchers. I interviewed for my piece. Is this woman named andreas schwarz andrew. Bird from the university of georgia. She's put together a map of crisis. Pregnancy centers across the united states in an effort to sort of help women identify. Is this a crisis pregnancy center or is this a traditional medical clinic where i'm gonna find sort of more unbiased medical information And the numbers that she came up with were somewhere around twenty five hundred crisis pregnancy centers in the united states and just for some perspective. That's about three times the number of abortion clinics in the country so they're outnumbering abortion clinics three to one in places like georgia. It's more like ten to
Bill Cosby Released From Prison After Court Overturns Conviction
"Elsewhere, Big Bill Cosby returning home after being released from a Pennsylvania state prison this afternoon, Cosby now 83 was free after his sexual assault conviction was overturned by the state Supreme Court. He had served more than two years of a 3 to 10 year sentence for the 2004 assaults of Andrea because Constand One of dozens of women who publicly accused
Bill Cosby Freed From Prison, His Sex Conviction Overturned
"Bill Cosby is home near Philadelphia his sexual assault conviction was overturned when he first arrived home because B. flash the V. for victory sign he appeared before reporters but did not speak the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Cosby had an agreement with the previous prosecutor that he would not face charges in the case brought by district attorney Kevin Steele lawyer and legal analyst Prius a pouring says this ruling covers just the Andrea Constand case there is nothing in this decision that would prevent any of that the number of alleged victims of Bill Cosby from coming forward and attempting to prosecute their cases for justices form the majority that ruled in because bees favour three others dissented I made Donahue
US Court Quashes Bill Cosby's Sex Crimes Conviction, Allowing His Release
"Released from prison after serving more than two years of a 3 to 10 year sentence for sexual assault. Today, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned the comedians conviction on the grounds. The previous prosecutor had made a deal with Cosby not to charge him in the case involving Andrea Constant. She, like dozens of other women over a period of decades, accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her. Cosby's conviction was among the most prominent of the me, too. Movement that empowered many women and some men to publicly call out powerful figures for alleged abuses. Cosby maintains his innocence. Still no
Bill Cosby’s Sex Assault Conviction Overturned by Pennsylvania Supreme Court
"Pennsylvania's highest court has overturned actor Bill Cosby sex assault conviction marches are a letter with the latest Bill Cosby had agreed to give potentially incriminating testimony in a civil lawsuit filed by accuser Andrea Constand over two thousand four encounter as long as he would not be charged the Pennsylvania Supreme Court says district attorney Kevin Steele was obligated to keep his predecessors promised to Cosby instead still had cause to be arrested for sexual assault and charged in twenty fifteen that conviction has now been thrown out Cosby has served two years about three to ten year sentence at a prison near Philadelphia
Bill Cosby’s sex assault conviction overturned by court
"Pennsylvania's highest court has overturned actor Bill Cosby sex assault conviction marches are a letter with the latest Bill Cosby had agreed to give potentially incriminating testimony in a civil lawsuit filed by accuser Andrea Constand over two thousand four encounter as long as he would not be charged the Pennsylvania Supreme Court says district attorney Kevin Steele was obligated to keep his predecessors promised to Cosby instead still had cause to be arrested for sexual assault and charged in twenty fifteen that conviction has now been thrown out Cosby has served two years about three to ten year sentence at a prison near Philadelphia
Reiki Healing, Chakras, & Essential Oils With Andrea Frasier
"I'm here with andrea frazier who holds. A master's degree in education. Is a national board. Certified teacher raking master teacher and is a certified transfer mational coach andrea offers online ricky classes at the shine ricky school. She is author of the bestselling book. The shock gra method and is the founder and facilitator of the online group. coaching programs. The shocker activation method and the healer within academy andrea. It's honor to have you here with us today. How are you is samantha. I'm so happy to be here. I'm doing great how are you. I'm doing great. Yeah i wanted to dive into this topic as well. We've sort of poked at this topic a bit throughout the Podcast life span but I i don't think i've ever had anyone who's really whole life is released. Circled around this concept and I know that you work. A lot with essential oils and shot grows and rakia and essential oils as well and ricky and essential oils is something that you credit a lot of significant healing and transformation in your own life to is that correct. Oh yes very much. Let's hear about that. How did this journey began for you. Yeah so back in I think it was two thousand three somewhere around there. I was in my early to mid twenties. And i was diagnosed with fibromyalgia which is a chronic musculoskeletal disorder and chronic fatigue as well so he just had widespread pain throughout. My body. just aches all the time. I was tired all the time. And i mean this pain had actually started early back as far as i can remember like middle school In my knees and it just got worse and worse over the years. Our i had trouble sleeping and and just insomnia and it was just always sick and i just never felt good like i literally felt like i was eighty.
Suns Outlast Clippers 84-80, Take 3-1 Lead in West Finals
"The sun's head home with a three one series lead after beating the clippers in game four eighty four to eighty Chris Paul sealed it with five late free throws three wins on the series okay right now we do we can really do want to get one of these now we got to stay focused on you ready to go back to our crown Devin Booker scored twenty five points before fouling out the Andrea Ayton had nineteen with twenty two rebounds the clippers got twenty three points from Paul George but LA made only five of thirty one from three point land Phoenix is now a win away from reaching their first NBA finals since nineteen ninety three I'm mark Myers
The Keto Mediterranean Diet
"Now. Let's talk about toasts because the mediterranean diet will not get your body into ketosis. Not unless you're doing intermittent fasting and doing something like one meal a day. Then you can eat. The mediterranean diet eat the grains and the fruit and so get into ketosis. however if you're consuming more than one meal a day it will not get you in ketosis because it's going to be too high in carbs and the benefits of kito cicis. Are that your body burns. Fat for fuel. And it is a very clean fuel source. You produce more energy with key tones and a less metabolic waste. And so it's a clean burning fuel and it's it's also very advantageous Brain runoff ketones because helps reduce inflammation in the brain helps you function in things sharper and quicker and so many benefits. In general ketogenic diet helps ruby. Simple nation helps improve fat burning which helps optimize in body tissue again great for mental clarity and sharpness for overall energy levels. Helps increase the amount of might oka- andrea in your cells which is called mitochondrial biogenesis more metal contra. The more cellular energy produce reduces your risk of chronic disease can have great anti-aging effects improving skin quality improving joint health a lot of great benefits there and reduces cravings and so that's one of the great benefits of it is that once you get kito adapted. You very rarely crave sweets and sugar and things like that. It's easier to follow because of that. Now your typical pyramid again with a ketogenic diet. Highly recommend being physically active. Just like what. We saw in the pyramid with the mediterranean diet foundation. Has your fats so on a on a mediterranean diet of course reading a lot of all of olive oil. That's the same on akito genyk diet. He wanna use olives and olive oil. You can also use avocados avocado oil. You can use. Mcat oil eggs coconut oil things like that lots of non starchy vegetables if you're doing fruitvale. Localized cmec fruits like lemons. Limes maybe a little bit of berries things like that. A lot of good clean protein on a ketogenic diet. You don't discriminate the protein. It's not like fish or seafood focused. It tends we tend also add in a lot of people vive chicken and different different. Meats like that fatty meats. In general fiber you know getting nuts and seeds fermented foods and then using natural sweeteners as
Karpathy Talks Tesla Vision,
"Today. We're gonna be talking about a new presentation over the weekend. By tests director of artificial intelligence andre carpathia andrea shared some thoughts and new details on tesla's transition over to pure vision the removal of radar from the autonomy hardware sweet and some new details on what tesla is doing outside of the vehicle to help push autonomy forward so we got the main points from their will pull a couple of clips out as well but i would recommend watching the entire talk about half an hour long. I'll put the link to that in the show notes we've also got an update from elon. Musk on ai. Day another week. Email from ilan as quarter and approaches some news on subscription offerings from tesla. Couple more data points on the planet model as and gigabyte lint up and down day tesla's stock today but couldn't quite make it to four positive days in a row finishing down four tenths of a percent to six hundred and twenty dollars. Eighty three cents that did compared to the nasdaq which was up eight. Tenths of a percent are at so getting into this andre carpathia presentation these are always really fascinating to listen to. He kicked it off talking about. Just how kind of silly that we have these multi-tonne metal vehicles driving people around being controlled by computers as he puts it and that tesla thinks that they can replace that and should replace that with a silicon computer so one of his first slides here just clearly lays out the advantages of that namely reduce latency and increased awareness. Both in terms of perspective and attentiveness. And of course cost. There's a lot of human resources going into driving around cars today so as we know. Of course this is already leading to you. Advantages improved safety. Andre showed a couple of real world examples. Demonstrating that principle on emergency braking i i think we've all seen clips like that. He also showed a traffic control warning. Someone didn't recognize red light. The car dead and then he showed two clips here which i wanna play. Because i haven't seen clips like this from tussle. Before showing what andre calls pedal misapplication mitigation basically using the vehicles interpretation of the surroundings to stop unintended acceleration when the driver actually meant to hit the brake instead of the accelerator. These are examples from Pedal misapplication mitigation pm. You're a person is embarking from driving spot and the are trying to turn and they mess up and they accidentally it
Winfrey, Hearst Have Black Journalists Tell Elders' Stories
"Oprah Winfrey is leading a project that team's young black journalists an older black activists community leaders and regular people to talk about their lessons on life our margins are a letter with the latest Oprah Winfrey recalls being in her twenties when she became friends with port my Angelo who stressed the importance of knowing one's history Winfrey's lift every voice project teams young interviewers and photographers for mostly historic black colleges and universities with people older than seventy with remarkable stories among those interviewed or singers Dionne Warwick and Patti LaBelle actor Andrea shields an activist Claudette Colvin and opal leak the stories will run on Oprah daily dot com and in magazines like elle Good Housekeeping and esquire
Complex Forces Are Keeping Women From Coming Back to Work
"This time last year around twenty million people were out of work now as the economy recovers employers. Say they can't find anyone higher. Still millions of women have yet to return to work. Npr's andrea shoot talked with two of them for more than twenty years. Catherine gains worked as a legal assistant in washington. Dc she had a reputation for excelling at everything documents. Foul leans reefs scanning. Whatever they needed done. I was the go to person. She even wants planned and attorneys wedding early last year. Her law firm downsized and she was laid off. She quickly applied to some temp agencies and got an assignment but then cova kicked in. Nobody had anything for me to go to in a way. It was a blessing. She had recently moved in with her mom. Who has alzheimer's take care of her. Was a fulltime job. Finding an actual job in the pandemic was daunting. I knew i couldn't work in retail. Because i knew. I couldn't be exposed and bring it home to my mother so i just had to. Just be hopeful. Sit and wait. I always say. God didn't bring me this far to drop me off earlier. This year gains moved her mother into a nursing home and now she's applying for jobs again. She'd prefer to work from home but is okay with going into a covid safe workplace. Most importantly she wants to find something that would allow her to take her mom to doctors appointments and checking on her frequently. Gains herself is sixty two now. She's willing to hunt a little longer for the right job at least until unemployment benefits run out. I'm giving myself at least till august. That's when i really hit the grind caregiving responsibilities. Are one reason labor. Economists think women are not returning to the workforce in droves. But stephanie aaronson of the brookings institution says other things are at play to. I think it's just a complex mix of factors that are keeping women out of the labor force right now ongoing concerns about the virus some industries still struggling to recover and a change of heart about how people want to spend their
How To Use Social Media To Grow Your Podcast and Create Viral Content with Andrea Jones
"So much how to information out there and content like it's it's endless and that doesn't really create conversions or for me in my experience hasn't it's more about the actual connection like you're saying like the stories or the ability to show that you're maybe similar to that person or show that there's some kind of relationship there building relationships so this kind of peace may curiosity in kind of diving in more into you mentioned like your goal of social media's building relationships and there's a million ways to do that i'm sure on on social media but for you what have been some ways that you found or things that you teach your share that help people take that just that stare that at glance that you mentioned into the next step of the relationship absolutely i think part of this comes from knowing intimately knowing who you're looking for who that ideal listener is for the podcast and eventually that ideal client because you wanna create the type of content that they feel seen looking at it and this kind content. Sometimes we shy away from as brands as businesses because it can be polarizing. So an example. I'll give an example one of my clients who is in obgyn for Perfectionist moms is. She calls it. Whatever post that did really well was about wearing postpartum underwear long after the doctor says you should be wearing it which most women do and it was one of those things where nobody's talking about it we're all doing it. And it's content like that where her audience goes. Oh my gosh. I thought i was the only one i have to tag a friend. I have to share this. I'm laughing. And i'm i relate so
"andrea k." Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Is Kelly with too broad talking politics part of the dumb custody of podcasts? And I am on today with Andrea Mercado. Who is the Executive Director of New Florida? Majority am I saying your name close to right. Yes it's Andrea mcardle. Thank you Andrea. Okay Hello Andrea. Hi. How are you Well you know every day's kind of the same and yet totally different right now. It's a loaded question these days. I know he has. Yes so I have all sorts of things. I want to ask you about Florida. But let's start with just a an overview of what is new Florida majority. And what is it that that the organization works on New Florida majority is a building political power of marginalized communities in Florida. We really worked to advance an inclusive and equitable unjust democracy for all so where community organization and political powerhouse on. Really you know focused on. What does it take to change the state Into a state where all along and so that seems like a project that requires a lot of work in a place like Florida. We've been hearing a lot over the past few years in Florida about things like voting rights and voter suppression. Can you talk about? What PRE CORONA VIRUS WET? Some of the projects were that you were working on. I think you know Florida is home. And it's a place with so many contradictions. It's one of the largest states in the country largest battleground state where elections time and time again. Come down to these like razor thin margins and it's also a place of deep inequality the biggest income inequality gaps in the country on Miami is considered to be the most unequal city in the country with some really heightened affordable housing crisis and a huge immigrant population. Ed Caribbean Emigrants Black Emigrants in addition to immigrants from all over Latin America. And it's a state with sixty seven counties fourteen media markets so a lot of diversity between Miami to Orlando to Jacksonville our Panama City. So so many ways it's like can be representative of the diversity of our nation. I think new Florida majorities focused on advancing racial equity and Florida's a state with a long history of racial inequality Florida had the highest lynchings per capita and was part of the confederacy on in a lot of the racism. And inequality is perpetuated by our laws and so we were honored to be a part of the fight for amendment for voter rights restoration on which ended the unjust exclusion of voters Conviction you essentially locked out of voting for the rest of your life and thanks to the leadership of returning citizens like Desmond. Mead in the Florida rights restoration coalition and we were able to collect a million petitions to put that on the ballot. It one in two thousand eighteen and so you know as an organization who really believes in democracy We've been working to realize the promise of amendment for and go out there and register record. Numbers of people will be registered over seventy five thousand people to vote since twenty eighteen election and we work on issue areas to defending our right to have an abortion or for advancing immigrant rights and changing the conditions for women who are incarcerated the dignity campaign so we take on a whole bunch of issues but really at at its core where about protecting and expanding democracy. So at Florida was one of the states that was guzzled to have the presidential primary on March seventeenth right after all of the corona virus pandemic in the. Us was really picking up. I I live in Illinois which is another one of the states that had a primary that day and so there was a lot of Sort of confusion continues to be confusion moving forward that haven't had their primary shot about how best to handle it what to do how to make sure everyone had access. Can you talk a little bit? About what the situation in Florida looked like and what what sorts of problems there were. You know what what you would have liked to have seen done. Yeah I mean look. We were in full-on get out the vote That's kind of Korda. What we do as an organization and so we were out there. Making sure people knew there was an election making sure people were motivated and mobilized to go when the Krona virus pandemic was escalating and so people we literally were canceling volunteer canvases and from one day to the next calling people off the doors and pivoted into phone banking and texting and really pushing the state to put people's safety first and foremost. I'm we actually ended up suing the state. I'm together with organizations like the advancement project in Demos Dream Defenders really saying that the state should expand vote by mail given the circumstances and should allow anyone who wants to request a vote by mail ballot to get one and to be able to make their voice heard participate in democracy by voting by mail and we lost that injunction the emergency injunction that we were pushing for but I think a lot of our concerns. I mean we just found out. I think it was late last week. That to poll workers in Broward County actually tested positive for krona virus And I think the country is looking at really important elections critical elections this year. I think we have to figure out. How do we get an eligible? Every eligible voter of Obama all ballot and give them an opportunity to participate in our democracy. I mean I think protecting the elections in November and the elections leading up to November is is critical. It seems like in Florida. Despite all of the problems in the confusion That there was a a pretty high voter. Turnout are you. Are you seeing energy? You know leading up to that and then continuing that makes you hopeful about the the direction that Florida is going. The way voting might happen in November. Yeah I think this is so important to emphasize is we saw more people. Turn out to vote In Two thousand twenty than we saw in twenty sixteen in this primary and I think it's a good signal that there's a lot of energy around the election this year. I think we have to be mindful that how show up for people in times of crisis impacts whether they're willing to participate in in our democracy and we've seen that time and time again. During our hurricane relief work I mean as an organization building independent political power. Something that central to our theory of change is that politics. Democracy doesn't just happen on election day. It's a year round project and you know just like as we're preparing for a hurricane we need to show up in communities that oftentimes feel like politicians aren't speaking to them An politics you know. They're they're feeling so marginalized from the political conversations. We see that as part of our mandate to reach out to folks and engage them and to do the education on why it's important to fill out the census and how that determines money for our hospitals in our schools and why it's important to to vote and I think this year that's going to be as critical as ever is to make sure that we're checking in with folks and seeing how they're doing and this crisis I mean. We had voter registration canvassers. That can't be out there. Registering people to vote at laundry mats and bus stops in schools but are making phone calls every day. We've called over fifteen thousand people in the state to ask them. How are you doing a what do you need? You have. Food have lesser job. Will you call Governor to Santa and demand that he take stronger action to protect our communities? Will you registered vote by mail? And we've launched a website on Florida Corona action work as a place where people can access resources but also raise our collective voices to demand that you know. Both corporations end elected officials. Really step up and protect people in this time and I think that that is going to be critical when we're looking at turn out in the fall that organizations that have built the trust and the infrastructure and momentum will prevail when when he comes down to election day you mentioned the census and doing education around the census. You talked about what you why that's important. Organization is focusing on the census. And what is that education campaign? Look like now that you can't be out knocking on doors to talk to people and encourage them to complete the census. Yeah I mean. I think there's a lot of people out there that are skeptical of giving government their information and rightly so I think those fears are based on folks experience and history. And you know we're out their education Letting folks know either by phone or online that the census is a is determined on the resources that we get in our communities in how people feel about our weather. People fill it out will determine funding and resources for the next ten years so it really couldn't be more important and you know I think we think it's you got work isn't just can't yes. We have to do it online. We have to do it on the radio. I see so many organizations doing the work of doing it in multiple languages but we also need to pick up the phone and call people because the digital divide is real. You know there's over thirty percent of households in the state of Florida that don't have Wifi at home and you know. Maybe they have a smartphone. But they don't have unlimited data and I think the we have. We can't forget you know we need to just reach out and call folks and try to talk to them and reach out to our families and our friends and make sure that they're filling out the census in and just check in with people as well and see how people are doing. You know there's a a really hard time for so many people and get really appreciate just that that phone call or text to let know that you're thinking about them and so there's been a lot of focus over the past few weeks on states and because the lack of action by the Federal Government to address the pandemic and Florida. I think in particular is one that I've been watching so we're recording this on Thursday April second and it was just yesterday. The Governor Santa's finally issued a stay at home order So what what do things look like in Florida? Right now And what would you like people to be encouraging the The governor's office in the state legislature in Florida to be doing to help people in Florida. Yeah I mean it's been really incredibly frustrating to see governor. Sandisk bury his head in the sand in the midst of the most serious crisis that we've ever faced and he refused to shut down the beaches. During spring break across the state. He refused to show real leadership and communicate The seriousness of this situation and it the result is lives will be lost There are you know people dying. Our our elders are frontline workers. You Know Fam- family And members of our community and we also in Florida have the lowest unemployment rates in the country. There are millions of people who are losing their jobs and Florida were in the Have the distinct privilege of being in the bottom four in terms of unemployment payment. Florida only gives you.
"andrea k." Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"You hate it when people are like if you tell them your age and then they feel the need to tell you how smoking hot. You are idea dickhead. If I was like yeah I hate that because the alternative. What I've noticed more recently came when people I tell them major and then I'm like wait. No no you're supposed to be like what I don't believe that and I'm like well. Where's that part? And they're like okay. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah that makes sense right. But do you know there's no winning? I moved here in one thousand nine which was at a time when actresses or actors. Anybody whatever I have a lot of feelings about that terminology actor actress. Yeah but they're all kind of stupid right. Like is the rejection of the term actress if it's out of like. Oh that's sort of a flippant term or it fuels like frivolous terminology for what we do in. What COMEDIAN COMEDIAN? He asked me that before and they're like which prefer I'm like I don't give a fuck right. Yeah I do comedy I have issues I think with the gender like just in jail the board. Shit because it's Great. I think the which is really. I think they're valid. I think they really do pick the best. I think and you know that might hurt your feelings but I just feel like they have their finger on it. You know what I love that you bring that perspective you know what I mean. I think maybe I have the luxury of being cynical about that terminology and the award shows and everything that goes with it. Because I haven't won anything. They finally figured it out now first year. There's no division between comedy and drama like we've talked to. It's all about sincerity of carriage. Her these I was like because I kind of actually believe that. Are you joking. Everybody I think comedy has to come from sincerity and earnestness of character. And if you're not coming from a very grounded very real place then it's just wild and jokey and different kind of comedy than the comedy. I like it's just not believable. Yeah so when you out did you. I didn't actually start in comedy. And then I kind of fell into it. I was in the groundlings. And then I did stand up and did a lot of Improv and my first couple shows Iran. Mostly all improvised as shows and movies and so kind of fell into comedy. But I wasn't didn't like grow up being like Oh my God. I know every like Richard. Pryor album and like that kind of thing you have a degree in government from Cornell. Yeah Pre law. Yeah I was government major with a minor in law. Do you say avid degree in government? A lot yeah. I mean I feel like I go how I before we started recording. Yeah and I said it when I parked it. Did the Gate Avenue set it when I got through. Here's my idea. And I have a degree government I was very nervous getting on. I'm very nervous. But we tell me about the degree in government. What Organiz Mind? I do have a mind for justice. Do you have a mind would keep its an undergraduate degree so like what does that even mean you can study like fucking Maccarone Macro. May and become a lawyer. You could do whatever but yeah. I was very academic. I went to Cornell I enjoy studying. I like studying but I also always did theater like in the background. So are you an oldest child? Second oldest four brothers. Whoa but like push you needed order. You were like I I have to fight for. I will do have a thing for justice although more I mean. My older brother was horrible to me when I was child. Now we're very close and I'm quite a bit older than the younger ones. So they were like my babies and I wouldn't even say I'm super orderly. I just need to feel powerful. I just need to be the most in control and the room. No I I like studying and I thought the law was interesting and I had a lot of lawyers my family and I think that seems like something I should do. But I didn't really understand like what that would be in actual practice. You imagine it's going to be in a courtroom and it's going to be dramatic and it's going to be this job you really you see yourself as a fence attorney or like a prosecuting attorney. I don't think a defense attorney. I don't think I thought it like to the point where I was like. I've got this down. I took some really interesting classes. That like women's studies in law. That was really interesting. Must have been very hopeful. It was very very hopeful. You know all that all that women's stuff but I took like psychology and the law and I took like all these kind of cool classes which were so interesting but I'm sh- sh- were once you got past those undergraduate like cool interesting classes pretty. That's how that's how they rope you. Yeah Yeah it's only get you through like. Oh Yeah. This case murder went to prison. Yeah meanwhile like you really would just be like well. You didn't follow the Farmer contract that we sent you and I don't know if you noticed in line seven subject be six. You said that you weren't gonNA actually endorse this product. Yeah so I didn't go that way. I went this other way. I came the other way so glad it's weird though and I've just sort of been thinking a lot about this lately and they talk about in my own therapy and stuff like that of I feel like I have the cornell side of my mind and then the like Carney sight of my mind like the Weirdo. You know comedy performer. Who WANTS TO BE CRAZY? And they're battling in my head my whole life and I'm trying to get them to make out a little. So does that mean that you've you one side of your brain as being like Nadi in in play potentially offensive or Nadi but irresponsible potentially or not like thinking through not logical? It's not being like a smart person. I think that in La and I feel that the pressure to be sort of put together in in a way that makes me childish. Oh that's interesting. I was hoping we could turn. This is my therapy. Says by the way I am Tech Avai already said it was interesting I already I will I now I love. This is what I talk about my friends. You know what I mean we get into it but I do think about how. There's a perfectionist. You know culture here in La a little bit. You WanNa be fun but you also have to be like not that fun come on Lake Yeah Not your responsibly fun. Yeah but it's weird because in comedy show is coming up. I felt like I had this. Really rigid part of me and even the decision to become an actor was so riddled with angst because I grew up in L. A. And being an actor seemed like the most irresponsible illogical thing you would do because it was just like well. That's a ridiculous thing. Nobody actually makes like it. Just seemed impractical. Yeah and being an actor or comedian or whatever doing what you do you have to take risks. You have to be kind of impractical and illogical because it doesn't make any sense what we're doing. Did your parents were. They like great. He was a mix. I mean they were supportive but I think they were sort of like okay. She's real student. She'll do this for like a year he'll have a little fun and then she'll go back to something practical but they've been supportive in. I think because I found a way to sort of merge these two things in my mind because I run my own. Tv show. And so I write the show and I do post and produce and then I'm on the show and that kind of stuff too but it's like a lot of organization and practical and this and that mixed with the I get how Dick Jokes I love that because I can relate to it the problem solving not to your level but I don't know you create stuff in the fact that you even like created this podcast again and I didn't tell you before but you doing this. Inspired me to make my podcasts. You like truly truly one thing that I was so struck by as I was like. There aren't people who are actual now. I think there are more definitely but when you were doing it you were one of the only women who were doing and it really. Because I was like well who what women are doing this and I was like only on a ferris and you were a working actor who was doing it and still having a successful career things and that inspired me. 'cause I was worried about doing it. And how much do you have to give yourself and I was like I want it to be just fun and like I didn't want it to be super deep or dark I was like? Is anyone doing how I imagine what I would like it? And you're the one and I was like all right thank you. It came out of feeling a few things. I just wanted to talk to people. That was a a a lonely stage in my life. Yeah but because I struggle a lot with social media so do I. It's like why it's how much of yourself do you want to give in. How do we expressed that honestly with like instagram or twitter? Like how how do we portray ourselves? That doesn't seem like well. You know we're here. We are in like I don't know it doesn't seem privileged or give an impression of what we aren't but you also don't WanNa give everything about yourself away so you WanNa protect a little bit of yourself to yes. Yes but still connect honestly. It's a tricky thing to navigate and I don't think people necessarily understand how tricky it is to navigate and again. I'm not somebody who goes around. I mean I'm not complement people but I'm not someone who walks in place them like. This is why I love you but I just wanted to tell you coming in you navigated of what I think is a very tricky thing to do incredibly well and incredibly thoughtfully incredibly intelligently answer that means alas truly and you're saying came from a lonely place. That's where I think a lot of times like my show came from me going. What the fuck. I'm approaching forty and all the roles coming to me are now these mom roles and I don't WanNa be hurried and I don't WanNa be sexless and why can't I be funny. Still and wise all this being pulled away from me and I'm going to create a nuance different character and I'm going to force it to happen. Tell me about your podcast experienced. You enjoy doing it. I had sort of a strange experience with it and I have enjoyed it and mine came from also sort of a lonely place because I'm currently about to start shooting season three but it takes me like fourteen months to do a season when I start writing when I rap post because I do all the parts and so forth three almost four years now. I am kind of in a bubble..
"andrea k." Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Hey everyone today's guest is the amazing actress. Comedian and writer Andrea. Who you probably know from veep stepbrothers episodes and her semi autobiographical comedy series. I'm sorry before we can episode. I want to read a couple of your letters. The first is from Allen to Elizabeth who we called Lizzy Caplan Allen writes. Hey Ana this is Elizabeth regarding her partner with low sex drive. My wife has had a very low sex drive for most of our marriage based on my own experience and the shared stories of the people in our facebook support group. I don't think it will get better. My wife and I have talked about this issue in the past and while our sex life improved for short while it soon went back to how it was. You just can't make someone want something. They're they're wanted or they don't and you need to decide if that's something you can live with. I know this seems defeatist. But you will only be disappointed if you were unrealistic in your expectations. It is difficult if not impossible to change someone. Maybe even unfair to ask that of them. I wish the best for you. Both Elizabeth Allan Allan. Thank you so much and thank you Elizabeth. This next letter is from Miranda to Judy greer about Judy's weird backyard discovery and you can see a picture of it on the unqualified instagram Miranda rights. Hey Judy I think your dirt man is a statue of Saint Joseph. Sometimes people will bury a little figure of him when their houses for sale. Joe will work hard to sell your home and blessed the sale. My mom is a realtor and actually recommends this to her clients. I don't think it's bad you if you find him and I think it was really nice. You've kept the one you found for so long. Usually people retrieve them after selling their house and thank you so much Miranda and we also received quite a few letters confirming the identity of Saint Joseph. So you also to Kelly. Andre Tanya Chris and Jen for helping solve the mystery. I love you guys. I do have to say the Judy Saint. Joseph is Pretty Buki looking definitely more dull comes to hyphen. Kills people than real estate agent. But maybe he's both I don't know gotTA write that script. I think I mentioned that. You can see a photo of dirt man on the unqualified instagram. Fleas check it out. Thank you so much dear listeners. Cleese help the unqualified community. Grow by sending US your questions. Your answers and your stories go to our website. Unqualified DOT COM..
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"andrea k." Discussed on Inside the Studio
"I think so because she has voice various oppressive and she understood very very well the song so with me. It has been a good idea. I think unlikely we didn't have the chance to meet her by that. I hope they will be future. Future Wholesale Hope is. She was not able to come to the home studio to record. Okay yes well I mean it was a very interesting because she is known more for kind of dance pop than this kind of singing CRA. Yes but sometime. The contrast the difference bring good results. Yes absolutely let me ask you about Vertigo. Which features Raphael Guanateed thank you. He's an interesting artists another Italian performer. Who works in very different styles? Yes he's tidies completely different from my style but the song was very beautiful and for me. It has been a challenge because it is very difficult for me. Decide the way to perform some. Finally I decided to do like Rafael. Did so in his way. I tried to sing. More like him was possible. I heard he's into petition. And I tried to do the same thing to sing like him in his way. And the resolves It's really curious. Because they result is another underbush. Ellie another one and of course another guest The Russian soprano Gareth Lena.
"andrea k." Discussed on Inside the Studio
"So Andrea Bocelli. Welcome to inside the studio. Thank you very much and we are joined by your son Matteo. Hi Hey good to have you both here. We have so much to talk about so much to cover a seizure first album of all new songs in fourteen years many guests on it at Sheeran. Do a Lupu Josh Grogan as well as Matteo this how did you ever land this guy shot from your own son? Well honestly it has been the most operation because the Mateo said immediately. Yes so I just been very easy. Mateo sings would like to sing future. He's student now at a different cemetery in Italy for me. It was better to wait for some more. But we received this beautiful Song Really Beautiful Song and For the reason we sold the occasion is this and now we are here and of course. The song is fall on me. Matteo tell me you grew up. Obviously hearing your father saying When did you start to take seriously the idea that you might want to pursue music yourself? let's say that. I'm always been rounded by in music in my life and I started to play depend on since so was six years old and it was singing. Yes since I was a child and so let's say that I studied music since I was a little boy and studying singing since three years. 'cause by always told me that is important to wait the changing of the voice. 'cause otherwise could be. I mean even dangerous for your vocal cords. And so yeah. Let's say it since I always. I mean always been rounded by music and studying singing since three years is started piano at six under. You also started playing piano around the same age. Did do not yes. I stated piano for many years I stopped oxycotine and then I began again later and I finished just sending the program but now there's no time to play and unfortunately now I play only just for fun. I was interested to read use said that this album is a return to some of the feelings of you've said being a young man playing a piano bar. You played at a piano bar when you were younger. Begun to play in the piano bar when I was eighteen years old then. I tuned during the period. The university and I stayed in played just for fun to stay with my France. David he has been a really beautiful period for me. These piano bar years you were singing and playing or yes piano and voice and so what kind of songs pop repertory Genera Battalion Repertoire and Samsung of Frank Sinatra for example recharges St wonder although classical pop repertoire. So this album see was produced by Bob Azran known for his work with Alice. Cooper Pink Floyd Kiss Louis now. How did the two of you come to work together in the idea of Bob Measuring it comes from my label. it has been a very good idea because We we were together very very well immediately from from the from the first meeting good artistically and also friendly so I stated piano singing but I. I should have to study English speaking well. The recording some of the recording was done at home at your home studio. Is that right? Yes yes my house is very important to do this. Because if you can record at home you can decide the best moment to record when your voice is in good shape when you are the best atmosphere to to record it. I see what time of day is your voice at its best. It depends on in general the evening. Okay so then. Being at home is easier so I wanted to ask you about the album title. See I'd read that you'd said this is a period. We're going through right now where we too often say. No yes is the word you say you have your first kiss. You agree with somebody you WanNa make someone feel good correct. Tell me more about this. Everyone was looking for a good title for this album and It's difficult to find the title for like this and Day almost my first song called me by phone and told me Daddy. I have the name for the album. You have to call this see and I answered Si perfect because it's really the the most beautiful word of the world. Let's talk a little about the songs themselves. Let me ask you about we will meet again with Josh Grogan. Who Co wrote the song? He has called this a duet almost twenty years in the making going back to Moment in not. I know Josh from along time. Somebody told me that he was fun of me just before to become famous and then we we met each other and now we are friends so when when it's possible to work together. I'm very happy to do it and me. What was the recording of the song? Like not pay recorded in my house so we all the column possible. The result is on the the record. And of course you sing with Ed. Sheeran on this record but this is the second time you've worked with him. The first yes because he came to my house for perfect and he decided to make it. Wet Me this beautiful infamous and I remain completely surprised from his personality. He's a musician but he's also very humble man very simple men and For me it has been a beautiful surprise and beautiful appearance to work with him. Matteo your father has said that you guys had to maybe explain to him who Adjourn was or why you were so excited. He was coming to record the song yet. It say that Before was planned to do this. Debate BETWEEN DEADEN and Sharon. I was already a big fan of him and I remember first time. I saw him life in life when he was opening concert. Data Swift's concert in Toronto in Canada. And since that they remain a very surprised buddy bugged him about his talent and has he was saying my dead such a humble and simple guy in. That's the first thing that impressed me at first moment when I met him. 'cause when you met him in seems that you know him since a while no he treats everybody the same way and I think that's amazing especially when someone got a success so big non because usually people change and I think will you feel that he remained completely the same person and of course I mean. He's an amazing heart is love his music and right now. He's my favorite artists and he co wrote the song he sings with you on this new record Amazon tunnel today. I'm going to do a very bad job of saying that. I think okay okay not as bad as I thought..
"andrea k." Discussed on Inside the Studio
"He went on to do the telecast and I went back to history class, but for superstar like Ed Sheeran singing with Boccia a chance to open up new territory both stylistically and globally. Sheeran reworked his song perfect last November, two new versions one with beyond say and another with Bo Celli. We visited in Tuscany in order to record perfect symphony. That songs been streamed one hundred fifty two million times on Youtube, which if you're keeping score at home is not quite half the population of the United States, but it's pretty close. and. It definitely helped. Make sure be most streamed artist of twenty seventeen. Sheeran repaid that favor by co writing AMMO Sultana Tae is due at with both Kellyanne see. Perhaps the most interesting tracks on see the do Aletha Duet, if only and vertigo featuring Raphael Glossy on piano, if only puts the emerging dance pop queen, way into share, ballad territory I mean. The lyrics are eaten about turning back time as Goulash. Like the Celli he's Italian star, he cuts across genres Vertigo, though start small with just butch Elliot's voice and glossies piano, and then keeps climbing grand staircase after grand staircase. After grand staircase. We're GONNA need another staircase. But and his son Mateo told me about working with these collaborators, and also why it took ten years to assemble an album of new songs. There are definitely times when Buccellati prefers to let the music do the talking. But? Here's what he had to say. So Andrea Bocelli welcome to inside the studio. Thank you very much, and we are joined by your son. Matteo Hi. Hey good to have you both here. We have so much to talk about so much to cover a seizure first album of all new songs in fourteen years. Many guests on it at Sheeran do a Lupu Josh Grogan as well as Matteo. This. How did you ever land the sketch shot from your own son well? Honestly. It has been the most. Operation. Because the Mateo said immediately. Yes, so I just been very easy. Mateo sings would like to sing future. He's student now at at the Conservatory in Italy for me. It was better to wait for some more. But. We received this beautiful Song Really Beautiful Song and for the reason we sold the occasion. Is this. And now we are here, and of course the song is fall on me. Matteo tell me you grew up obviously hearing your father saying When did you start to take seriously the idea that you might want to pursue music yourself Let's say that I'm. Always been a rounded by in music in my life and I started to play depend on since so was six years old. And it was singing. Yes, since I was a child. And, so let's say that I studied music since I was a little boy and studying singing since three years 'cause by always told me that is important to wait. The changing of the voice 'cause otherwise could be i. mean even dangerous for your vocal cords, and so yeah, let's say. It since I, always I mean always been rounded by music and. Studying singing since three years is started piano at six under. You also started playing piano around the same age did do not yes. I stated piano. For many years, I stopped Ach Sixteen, and then I began again later, and I finished his just-ended program, but now there's no time to play and unfortunately. Now I play only just for fun. I was interested to read use said that this album is a return to some of the feelings of you've said being a young man playing a piano bar. You played at a piano bar when you were younger. Begun to play in the piano bar when it was eighteen years old. Then I tuned during the period. The university and I stayed in played just for fun to stay with my France David. He has been a really beautiful period for me. These piano bar years you were singing and playing or yes. Piano and voice, and so what kind of songs pop repertory general? Battalion Repertoire and Samsung of Frank Sinatra for example. recharges St wonder. Although classical pop repertoire so. This album see was produced by Bob Azran known for his work with. Alice Cooper Pink. Floyd Kiss Louis now. How did the two of you come to work together? In the idea of Bob Measuring? It comes from my label. it has been a very good idea. Because we, we were together very very well immediately from from the from the first meeting. Good artistically and also. Friendly I know so. I stated piano singing, but I I should have to study English. Speaking. Well, the recording. Some of the recording was done at home at your home studio. Is that right yes? Yes, my house is very important to do this. Because if you can record at home, you can decide the best moment. To record man. Your Voice is in good shape when you are the best atmosphere to to record it I see. What time of day is your voice at its best? It depends on in general the evening. Okay, so then being at home is easier so I. wanted to ask you about the album title. See I'd read that you'd said this is a period. We're going through right now. Where we too often say no. Yes, is the word you say you have your first kiss. You agree with somebody you WanNa make someone feel good correct. Tell me more about this. Everyone was looking for a good title for this album and It's difficult to find the title for not like this and Day almost my first song called me by phone. And told me Daddy I have the name for the album. You have to call this see. And I answered SI perfect because. It's really the the most beautiful. Of the world. Let's talk a little about the songs themselves. Let me ask you about. We will meet again with Josh Grogan. Who Co wrote the song he has called this a duet almost twenty years in the making going back to moment in not I know Josh from along time. Somebody told me that he was fun of me just before to become famous. And then we. We met each other, and now we are friends so when when it's possible to work together I'm very happy to do it and me. What was the recording of the song like not pay recorded in my house, so we all the column possible the result. is on the the record and. Of course. You sing with Ed Sheeran on this record, but this is the second time you've worked with him.
"andrea k." Discussed on Inside the Studio
"A lot of Boccia power comes from the Bel Canto style of singing which emphasizes emotion in its brightness as much if not more than technique Bel Canto translation. Beautiful singing has its roots in Italy. Close to two hundred years ago so it's not exactly rock and roller even pop music as we know it but as I'm about to explain it's had a crucial influence on both going back to a time when opera singers were still pop stars in America and continuing right up to the last power ballad. You heard assuming that the last power ballad you heard was aerosmith's WanNa miss a thing. The story of how Celli rose to fame in the early nineties is an interesting one that involves at least tangentially. Bano Celli was born in Tuscany. In nineteen fifty. Eight with congenital glaucoma though. He didn't lose his sight until age. Twelve when he was hitting the I during a soccer game while keeping. He started playing piano when he was six. One singing competition at fourteen and earned money while studying law at the University of Pisa by Playing Piano Bar. But but shelly was a lawyer for just one year in nineteen ninety two. The Italian rock singers Zucchero Co wrote a song called misery. Ira with Bono. Who was in those days wearing those wraparound shades and working persona called the fly during? U2's Zoo TV tour. Zucchero had the idea of duets with the famed Italian operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti and in order to convince Pavarotti to do it he cut a demo with an unknown tenor Andrea Bocelli. When Pavarotti heard the demo. Why do you need me? You already have the right singer at which point. Zucchero reportedly responded. If I can't have you I'd rather burn it and through the tape into a fireplace. There were other copies of the tape of course but that's soap opera worthy flourish. Worked Zucchero cut the song with poverty and he showed his gratitude to boot Shelly by taking them on tour in nineteen ninety-three. We're the to duetted on misery. The tape in the fireplace bid is hardly be last too good to be true detail in this story. Here's another Zuko also wrote Amari Comma de la Serra which Celli Sang at the San Remo Festival. The Italian Song Top petition in Nineteen Ninety Four Celli won the newcomers prize. But you didn't win. Did so highest score ever recorded in that category and that's all he came the debut single the title track of his first album the following year. He was back at San Remo where he introduced. Conto Petero the Buccellati Song. You know even if you know nothing about Andrea Bocelli. That's the one that was everywhere for a long while including in several episodes of the Sopranos. Sopranos Creator David Chase. It's blamed at once this way. If Carmella and her friends were real people living in New Jersey. They would've loved that Song. Heard it all the time and been playing it all the time and adding to the UBIQUITY of that. Song Celli recorded an English version called time to say goodbye with British singer and actress Sarah Brightman which became a number two hit in the UK and a number one in Germany where it holds the record as the biggest selling single of all time. An interesting thing about that song is the way of partake of classical music without being it and this gets to the heart of bookshelves appeal. He has one foot in today and another in the comfort of tradition for me I grew up with a dad who loved classical music and played opera on Sunday mornings so I hear contemplated as a childhood memory. I don't actually have one. Definition of nostalgia is the memory of things is. They never were and again. It's key to Bucella appeal. Here's how David Chase described the significance of that song in the Sopranos. What that Song meant for Carmelo was I wanNA be anywhere but here? I don't want my life. I want a different life and that means nostalgia for the Old Country Andrea is always portrayed in the media gentle sweet and he's blind. He can never hurt anyone. He's the complete opposite of Tony. Soprano someone she could mother nurture and who would always say thank you instead of? That's what we're having for dinner. That captures the way. Chelsea's music can represent the world better more full of beauty than the one we live in and it gets right to the IMO appeal of Andrea. The loving the longing the heartache. The romance all the fields all at once all the time which brings us back to the Dolphin tradition. How channels European operatic emotion into American pop music probably the clearest example abysses Elvis Presley's. It's an hour. Never Elvis cut that song in nineteen sixty after he got out of the army and the song is really just a solo meal with different words a Solo. Mio is a neapolitan song written in eighteen. Ninety eight which became a huge hit for the Italian operatic tenor in Rico. Caruso in nineteen sixteen and it's now or never isn't even the first time somebody put different words to a Solo. Mio and turned it into a hit. That would be Tony Martin. Who brought it to number two in nineteen forty nine when it was called? There's no tomorrow and that's actually the version that helped inspire Elvis so the Bel Canto style in American pop goes in all sorts of directions. You can hear it every time a metal band make song your mom might like like Motley cruise home sweet home guns and roses November Rain Jovis living on a prayer but it also turns up in unexpected places. Here's Barry White describing its impact on him as a teenager. After he was locked up for stealing tires in jail he said I heard. It's now or never by Elvis Presley and it was awakenings like somebody hitting me in the face with a baseball bat. When I got out I swore to myself never again. And thus does Bel. Canto have an impact on disco. Once you start hearing things this way. All sorts of connections can begin to open up. Take the first single from Pacelli. New Album see fall on me the duet with his son Mateo. It starts off as a slow and stately piano ballad about a higher power. God love something from above and it reminds me just a little of Nick Cave talking about some of the same things at the same tempo fifteen years ago in into my arms. It's ridiculous of course. Although so is the idea of Barry White having his life turned around by Elvis Presley's it's now or never but certainly an ever-growing list of popstars is lined up to record with Andrea. Both Tony Bennett. Selene Dion Ariana Grande Day Jennifer Lopez Nelly. Furtado Nicole Shirt Zinger in. Now Josh Grobian Ed Sheeran and do a Leepa there's a lot going on here artistic apparition certainly and in the case of Josh Grobian. A debt being repaid gropings break came at age seventeen. He stood in for Bocce. Elliot Graham Rehearsals in Nineteen Ninety nine singing the prayer with selene. Dion introducing his new duet with BOCCIA. We will meet once again. Been CALLED HIMSELF. A terrified pimple faced and blissfully naive kid that day As he put it on facebook he went on to do. The telecast and I went back to history class but for superstar like Ed Sheeran singing with Boccia is a chance to open up new territory both stylistically and globally sheeran reworked his song perfect last November two new versions one with beyond say and another with Bo Celli. We visited in Tuscany in order to record perfect symphony. That songs been streamed one hundred fifty two million times on Youtube. Which if you're keeping score at home is not quite half the population of the United States. But it's pretty close and it definitely helped make sure be most streamed artist of twenty seventeen sheeran repaid that favored by co writing ammo. Sultana TAE is due at with both Kellyanne. See perhaps the most interesting tracks on see the do Aletha duet if only and vertigo featuring Raphael Glossy on piano if only puts the emerging dance pop queen way into share ballad territory. I mean the lyrics are eaten about turning back time as Goulash like the Celli. He's Italian star. He cuts across genres Vertigo. Though start small with just butch. Elliot's Voice and glossies piano and then keeps climbing grand staircase after grand staircase after grand staircase. We're GONNA need another staircase but and his son. Mateo told me about working with these collaborators and also why it took ten years to assemble an album of new songs there are definitely times when Buccellati prefers to let the music do the talking. But here's what he had to say.
"andrea k." Discussed on Inside the Studio
"A lot of Boccia, power comes from the Bel Canto style of singing, which emphasizes emotion in its brightness as much if not more than technique. Bel Canto Translation. Beautiful singing has its roots in Italy. Two hundred years ago, so it's not exactly rock and roller, even pop music as we know it, but as I'm about to explain, it's had a crucial influence on both going back to a time when opera singers were still pop stars in America and continuing right up to the last power ballad, you heard assuming that the last power ballad you heard was aerosmith's. I don't WanNa miss a thing. The story of how Celli rose to fame in the early nineties is an interesting one that involves at least tangentially Bano. Celli was born in Tuscany in nineteen, Fifty, eight with congenital glaucoma, though he didn't lose his sight until age twelve when he was hitting the I during a soccer game while keeping. He started playing piano when he was six one singing competition at fourteen and earn money while studying law at the University of Pisa by Playing Piano Bar. But, but shelly was a lawyer for just one year. In Nineteen Ninety two, the Italian rock singers Zucchero Co, wrote a song called Misery Ira with Bono who was in those days wearing those wraparound shades and working persona called the fly during U2's zoo TV tour. Zucchero had the idea of duets with the famed Italian operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti and in order to convince Pavarotti to do it. He cut a demo with an unknown tenure Andrea Bocelli. When Pavarotti heard the demo, he said. Why do you need me? You already have the right singer at which point Zucchero reportedly responded. If I can't have you I'd rather burn it and through the tape into a fireplace. There were other copies of the tape of course, but that's soap opera worthy flourish worked. Zucchero cut the song with poverty. And he showed his gratitude to boot Shelly by taking them on tour in nineteen ninety-three. We're the to duetted on misery. The tape in the fireplace. Bid Is hardly be last too good to be true detail in this story. Here's another. Zuko also wrote. Amari Comma La, Serra, which Celli Sang at the San Remo. Festival the Italian Song Top petition in Nineteen Ninety Four Celli won the newcomers prize. But. You didn't win. Did so highest score ever recorded in that category. And that's all. He came the debut single. The. Title Track of his first album. The following year, he was back at San Remo where he introduced conto. Petero the Buchele Song. You know even if you know nothing about Andrea Bocelli. That's the one that was everywhere for a long while including in several episodes of the Sopranos. Sopranos Creator David Chase. It's blamed at once this way. If Carmella and her friends were real people living in New Jersey, they would've loved that song heard it all the time and been playing it all the time. And adding to the ubiquity of that song. Celli recorded an English version called time to say goodbye with British singer and actress Sarah Brightman which became a number two hit in the UK and a number one in Germany. where it holds the record as the biggest selling single of all time. An interesting thing about that song is the way of partake of classical music without being it. And this gets to the heart of bookshelves appeal. He has one foot in today and another in the comfort of tradition. For me. I grew up with a dad who loved classical music and played opera on Sunday mornings. So I hear contemplated as a childhood memory, I don't actually have. One definition of nostalgia is the memory of things. Is They never were? And again it's key to Bucella appeal. Here's how David Chase described the significance of that song in the Sopranos. What that Song meant for Carmelo was I wanNA be anywhere, but here I don't want my life I want a different life, and that means nostalgia for the old country Andrea is always portrayed in the media, gentle sweet, and he's blind. He can never hurt anyone. He's the complete opposite of Tony Soprano. Someone she could. Mother nurture, and who would always say, thank you instead of. That's what we're having for dinner. That captures the way Chelsea's music can represent the world better more full of beauty than the one we live in. It gets right to the IMO appeal of Andrea. The loving the longing, the heartache, the romance, all the fields all at once all the time. which brings us back to the Dolphin tradition, how channels European operatic emotion into American pop music. Probably the clearest example abysses Elvis Presley's. It's an hour never. Elvis cut that song in nineteen sixty after he got out of the army. And the song is really just a solo meal with different words. A Solo Mio is a Neapolitan Song written in eighteen, Ninety eight, which became a huge hit for the Italian operatic tenor in Rico. Caruso in nineteen sixteen. And it's now or never isn't even the first time. Somebody put different words to a Solo Mio and turned it into a hit. That would be Tony Martin who brought it to number two in nineteen, forty nine when it was called. There's no tomorrow and that's actually the version that helped inspire Elvis. So the Bel Canto style in American pop goes in all sorts of directions. You can hear it every time. A metal band make song your mom might like like Motley cruise home, sweet home, guns and roses, November Rain Jovis living on a prayer, but it also turns up in unexpected places. Here's Barry White describing its impact on him as a teenager after he was locked up for stealing tires. In jail, he said I heard. It's now or never by Elvis Presley and it was awakenings like somebody hitting me in the face with a baseball bat when I got out I. Swore to myself never again. And thus does Bel Canto have an impact on disco. Once you start hearing things this way. All sorts of connections can begin to open up. Take, the first single from Pacelli new album see fall on me a duet with his son Mateo. It starts off a slow and stately. Piano Ballad. About a higher power, God love something from above, and it reminds me just a little. Of Nick Cave talking about some of the same things at the same tempo fifteen years ago in into my arms. It's ridiculous of course, although so is the idea of Barry White. Having his life turned around by Elvis Presley's. It's now or never. But certainly an ever-growing list of popstars is lined up to record with Andrea. Bocelli Tony, Bennett Selene Dion. Ariana Grande Day Jennifer Lopez Nelly Furtado Nicole Shirt Zinger in now. Josh Grobian? Ed Sheeran and do a LEEPA. There's a lot going on here. Artistic apparition certainly, and in the case of Josh Grobian, a debt being repaid. gropings break came at age seventeen. He stood in for bocce Elliott Grant Rehearsals in nineteen, ninety nine singing the prayer with Selene Dion Introducing his new duet with Bo, Celli. We will meet once again. Grow been called himself a terrified pimple, faced and blissfully naive kid that day as he put.
"andrea k." Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Your host. Joe Lee this time out. Things got a little. Mo Old. School way. Old School as I sat down with Andrea Bocelli. He told me about his early days in the piano. Bar is singing Frank Sinatra stevie wonder songs and also about recording his first album of newly written songs in fourteen years which features. Ed Sheeran do a leaper in many others and which was produced by Bob. Azran who also helped make kisses destroyer and pink. Floyd's the wall and many other classics and Classic Rock Celli has sold more than eighty million albums worldwide. He seems both pop opera. Sometimes not recognizing any difference between the two and always bringing to mind a time and place other than now often. That's a Pre rock world in which Broadway show tunes dominated the pop charts and there's so much drama in sentiment imbo. Kelly's music that it surprising. It took him fourteen albums in twenty one years to get to a collection of songs from the movies twenty-fifth cinema which contains not one but two film themes made hits by Andy Williams Moon River from breakfast at Tiffany's. And where do I begin from? Love story a global artists long before the music industry became focused on such things. Celli does where do I begin as a Boston? Nova with lyrics in Italian and then again with lyrics in Spanish sick Harlequin Nago own. It sometimes seems Celli. Who's done just about everything? Except record with Metallica. Though I really wouldn't put that past him and so. I saw this clip of you on an Italian television show. Were you making entrance unrolling Blades Beatles? Yesterday it has been a joke because it was a very stranger broadcasting. The asked me to enter in the studio in the most strange way I tried to say. Okay I come with my horse. This was a little bit not enough and I said okay. I try my rollerblade. I know that you ride horseback. You Ski that you rollerblade and still when I saw this because the host actually bumped into you. I thought what's happening here. I was not a good Mixture putting authorities skater. But he is well. We was not very good. I think it's better to sing for first idea. You had a childhood nickname for your fearlessness. In English translated the earthquake me I am. My mother called me like this because it was very lively. No always movement okay. I never stopped and then I liked the most dangerous things and I like to do so. Some of the spirit still survives into adulthood. Then he has a little bit a now a little bit less. But I did many stupid things in my life. I jumped with Parachutes or horses and in the many things. I I I was a little bit crazy.
"andrea k." Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Your host Joe Lee. This time out, things got a little Mo.. Old School. Way Old School. As I sat down with Andrea Bocelli. He told me about his early days in the piano bar is singing. Frank Sinatra, Stevie, wonder songs, and also about recording his first album of newly written songs in fourteen years. which features Ed? Sheeran do a leaper in many others, and which was produced by Bob Azran. WHO also helped make kisses, destroyer and pink Floyd's the wall, and many other classics and Classic Rock. Celli has sold more than eighty million albums worldwide. He seems both pop opera sometimes not recognizing any difference between the two and all ways bringing to mind at time and place other than now. Often that's a pre rock world in which Broadway show tunes dominated the pop charts. And there's so much drama in sentiment imbo Kelly's music. that it surprising, it took him fourteen albums in twenty one years to get to a collection of songs from the movies, Twenty-fifth Cinema, which contains not one, but two film themes made hits by Andy Williams. Moon River from breakfast at Tiffany's. and. Where do I begin from Love Story? A global artists long before the music industry became focused on such things. Celli does where do I begin as a Boston Nova with lyrics in Italian? And then again with lyrics in Spanish. Sick Harlequin Nago. Own! It sometimes seems Celli who's done just about everything except record with metallica though I really wouldn't put that past him. And so I saw this clip of you on an Italian television show. Were you making entrance unrolling blades? He's been a joke because it was a very stranger broadcasting. The asked me to enter in the studio. In the most strange way. I tried to say okay, I come with my horse. This was a little bit, not enough and I said okay I try my rollerblade. I know that you ride horseback. You Ski that you rollerblade and still when I saw this because the host actually bumped into you I thought what's happening here? I was not the good mixture putting authorities skater. He as well. We was not very good. I. Think it's better to sing for. Stadia you had a childhood nickname for your fearlessness in English. Translated the earthquake me I am. My mother called me like this because it was very lively, no always movement. Okay I never stopped, and then I liked the most dangerous things. I like to do. So some of this spirit still survives into adulthood, then he has. A little bit a now a little bit less, but I did many stupid things in my life I, jumped with parachutes or Horses and in the. Many things I. I I was a little bit crazy..
"andrea k." Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"You did it why did you do it and I had to say the line because I knew if I caught that ball my kid would think that I hung the Moon Oh God who multiple times and I just think even onset said no one says hung the moon yeah that accent Lucille Hung the moon hang the moon when it's almost theater and it's almost yay transition where it was like that's crazy right post Royal Baby You hang the Moon Oh yeah I'm just seeing that in the repertoire what happens you hang although in situation in my meat stuffed Oh God plea he knows that's not on the table so I've made that clear yeah but the Hashtag your show is but holes be sending a mixed message now been thoroughly thoroughly covered now by the way the reason that Hashtag buttonholes is in my title not because it's just like stupid whatever is because the whole point of my podcast is bringing on people who prove basically just because who are technically a grown person doesn't mean you have to be fucking lame right and I'm I'm literally people watch my show and they're like you it's inspiring to me because does maybe I could get married and it wouldn't have to suck maybe I could have a kid and it doesn't ruin my life you make a grownup look Kinda fun yeah and I was like well I'm just the tip of the iceberg yeah I know so many people of course still enjoying their lives core Peter Pan Syndrome they pay bills yes they live their lives but they also are taking themselves so seriously again put an emphasis on fun put on having fun yeah and not that you not the people who like reject being responsible Yes to all ends to come only on that you can have a balance and I think as a grown person because everyone who comes on my show has to say my name is whatever and this is how I say but holes because you can't take yourself too seriously and be a grownup say the word butthole right it immediately makes you laugh you can't be mad at someone in call them a butthole right and not have them laugh and then you end up hugging there's no way so it is sort of I think the word is weirdly magical there's not a lot of other words that I think a grownup saying yes well and it also as you laugh and you can't be taking love to seriously as an adult if you're like well you know what but holes yes and because I'm one hundred percent aboard maybe to onboard because what I'm going to say is the word also conjures up visual health and and to me it's like it's it's also a reminder we all have this ridiculous list yeah we all have orifice that does things that yeah that's like very multipurpose but always grow always growth in in an foyer NFL antastic way you can't act like you're so above all the childish stuff in the world that you can pretend you don't have about because I know you have one yes I know it sounds and also chew but I put thought into this I actually do think because the word butthole also isn't a swear word like it doesn't have like is whole kind of cute yeah that was like a little kid could say it and you wouldn't you wouldn't really scold them to and it also it's there's also the thing about your butthole can ruin your day or make your door make your day on what's going on down there really and that's happens whether you're the pope or whether you're you know I'll give you uh-huh yeah yeah no I endorse it I endorsed thank you yeah go ahead I'll that's a free ad for let Holes Ooh you're not GonNa want that they pay great old chick that's the that's the other reason why I've asked about multi level marketing campaign being paid I'm late for your influencers Abutbul influence.
"andrea k." Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"The great but then I was like everyone tells you look great so I decided to go with you look fine you look passable right yeah you know I they probably called him back then the yeah yeah but well yeah but but she was like for kids with learning disabilities she created the extre sizes and then somebody said hey these could be done on stage and so it kind of makes sense and I mean and I and I don't I wasn't worried about the grossness of Improv because there has been this Improv explosion which actually I don't mind at all because I think it's 'cause there's like Improv camp some Hamm's and my daughter was in camp this summer and it was like they would have like twice a week Improv yeah and she really liked it it's I mean it's a fun thing to do and it certainly to get out of your head and talk in front of people and I think everybody should take yeah Improv class yeah yeah because I do think it just gets you out of your head yes now you know there's a glut of it so there's a Lotta shitty awful invited watch any of the now now for and says safe in a classroom tucked away you know for me I don't do a Lotta Improv anymore and I and I just because I mean I've said whereas like when I leave the house I don't leave the house to get nervous I leave the house to get less nervous I'm going to go do something that's GonNa make me lessner it's not so I don't and I don't I honestly don't care that much about an audience's approval mhm don't like yeah I talked to people on this thing and and elsewhere who are like just the energy that audience and I'm kind of like yeah it's Nice but you know oh you your job get alarm in front of an audience La Times because I will say that's the number one thing I miss yeah and I'm cray I like if I could I would love to perform every week in front of an audience miss it so much do you consider like maybe try and stand up or doing standup I did stand up years ago I would do if I had the time to go out five nights a week and go on the road and you have to put so much work I would do that in a heartbeat I really would everything kids it just work yeah I will because I've been married well I mean that's Nice I haven't seen that guy I mean I don't know yeah marriage and but I miss it like deeply miss it it's something that I'm actually like really trying to wrap my head around because I that's why I got into comedy was from performing live and I actually like making myself nervous Oh you do well yeah I think it it drives me I like pushing myself to do things and and make myself nervous or make my tummy hurt as I like to say a little bit it makes me feel like I'm still challenging myself and pushing myself because I get boredom or quietness I blue ice start losing my mind right now did that start when you started doing shows in high school that that sort of like learning too like the nervousness a sort of getting off on the fear on the stage fright yeah yeah and it's always sort of started this podcast I'm totally nervous about it shouldn't have probably done it's been so much extra work it's making my life crazy I don't know why everyone lied to me it was like it's so easy it's ask people three questions on mother's yeah it's called Andrea Richter and the three questions sure and I'm really I'm really looking forward to it you know it's a comedy hour long St celebrity chat based so the waters are full it's called Andrea savage a grown-up woman Hashtag buttonholes Hashtag butthole that's my favorite apart thank you and it really is an excuse for me to get as close as I can to performing live but at least having some with people I find fun yes it is literally like we play games it is pure comedy pure joy because for the past three and a half years doing my show most of my life is extremely stressed extremely serious even though the show comes out very finding it is not easy and it's not like I'm going are laughing all day and really was like a tremendous amount of pressure on you to now I mean it's enough to be the star of the show but then to also have it be your baby also all the things that you have to be on top of marketing two sets two locations to casting the writing too the editing to the press to the you know it's just it goes on and on and I miss my friends and I missed a sitting and laughing because that's coming up through comedy I mean how many late nights are you just up laughing with your friends oh that was I mean everything that was when I started doing Improv that was the main thing doing miss shows was fun and challenging and stuff but like I've said this before doing in Chicago Doing Improv in Chicago especially like in the wintertime it's Chicago thing like boilers out places closed because it's thirty six degrees in there and then no show and those were the nights around like nights awesome because we're all here yeah we're dressed kind of decently and we're going to let's just go get fucking drunk together and that was ten times better and it was the same thing as being funny funny people probably being too loud I had this division in my because I would to film school in Chicago and then I started doing improv and there was this transition in my life where I'd have parties and it would be film school an Improv for signs and the film school friends would be like why are the also loud at can't imagine a more annoying it was just like goth kids on one I and then just like you know guys named Matt L. in Seventeen Staff House doing things with you know like I don't have a Dick I don't know all embarrassed because they wore the same Blackhawks Jersey are they embarrassed yeah not at all but I really miss that community and that feeling that I think there's nothing other the option of my daughter nothing makes me as happy in my life than being with people I love who make me laugh it's and it's such a you know and I I did a professional like sort of the culmination of your professional ambitions yeah keeps you that sucks I mean and we laugh on that but it's like you're I can't even onset it's like yeah I'm enjoying the scene but I have all the other things to be doing I'm not hanging out the green hanging out when you're an actor on something and by the way I'm not GonNa sit here and be like my life sucks but I have noticed did I disappear for so long to when I come out I'm not part of anyone's life like all my friends and you and you do oh I disappear you disappear and it's the same thing and you've got the combination of of of a single cameras show and child and both of those are things that make your friends forget yes yeah so between the two because I literally disappear because all I do is work that is like all I do because I try to make it not that noticeable on her life of chain which is hard to do does she attend ten yeah and it that that's it that's all that's all the bandwidth I have but I get bummed I'm like Yeah I love this this way got into this to fuck around wash it yeah to have fun to have fun I've done I've done a couple of things that were like drama you know straight drama and I'm fucking shocked it's like a set full of people so that areas are not having fun and and it's like what why are you doing this why do you do this for living if you don't want to because even you know even CSI ought to have fucking fun on the set for Christ's sake yeah it's all autopsies and ship it still anti can't you have some laughs yeah the corpse yeah yeah drama okay in terms of just pure drama I've done so little but I did do this one movie with Hilary Swank Fancy and she had what was the name of it I'm blanking on it right now take love that I do that shit all the time and changed its name your guest spots on shows and people would be like oh I saw an it's like what was the name a yeah I worked with him on you know and it's it's always something like you know like family guys family rules or we're all family or whatever you know and I just never remember and she's Hillary swing a suffering from a debilitating I believe LS yeah and It's getting worse the film and there is this phoney no not funny and she's got getting catch it like I get why she's not doing bit sure action absolutely but there was a scene where I have had a baby and I give her the baby to hold but she's gotten St- so far in her illness that she starts dropped the baby I I nobody but me found the humor and I really had nobody to do lance with to do with baby that they had me use was not a real baby from orbit and it was the craziest prop baby it looked like it was going to murder you and it was a weird to believable of texture yeah yeah and suddenly I just had one of those outside experiences where you're looking like going this is life I'm holding this demon plastic baby handing it to Hillary Swank who's dropping it and I'm supposed to be upset I don't know for some reason it really hit me yeah this is insanity and I had to ask if I could step away for a minute I was like hey I just need one minute and I had to cry in less than a minute and I had to step away and then I just went like in a bathroom and just looked in the mirror and was like as if I was to a friend like what is happening it is happening came out and seriously performed the scene and everyone was loving on the movie the movie's good and all that but I was like maybe this isn't firm it yeah yeah I I ever told about being on the Rob Lowe show lines down oh I did okay I remember that show Yeah Yeah I did on that and I I was just asking told it already but no I did a bit on that and it was I was supposed to I was playing a guy that like ruined the home team it was a ripped from the headlines where years ago a guy fucked up the cubs chance to get into the playoffs because reached out to grab a foul all that could have been caught and what ended in the Bill Abobo so they had me in this thing cash and again it was like I was like fucking around and everyone's like what are you doing fucking around like I'm fucking around fuck around stepped into the bathroom because I knew well enough to not stand there and if there had been so if there had been a hillary Swank pretending to have to get in character I probably wouldn't affect around but this is like yeah okay guy ruined the baseball ah you're right you're right I just I had to say a at the scene was with Matt Craven David Krumholz okay their lawyers okay chrome Os is mad at me for ruining the team's chance and he and he's trying to hold in his anger and he finally goes like just tell me why.
"andrea k." Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"I such a fleet to lovable animal, and people would wanna Pat him and they come up and they get close to him, and it would be instant my dad didn't wanna cut him. Like get the stinky dog away from me even after we give her a bath, she would still stink stinky, both bad breath and bad gas. I asked the vet and he said some dogs are stinking 'cause you dog each scratched stink shit like crazy come to dynamite for help. V. I T V mega three fatty acid flaxseed rank fell to digestive enzymes that are cooked out of regular dog food ingredient inch made it, it was definitely worth trying after about a week. He started smelling normal. My husband and I were really kind of goner kind of I is attrition, eight five nine four two eight one thousand. DIE. NO V. I T. This is Andrea K for move America forward with Memorial Day on the horizon, we look forward to summer weather, and barbecues funded the beach and our parks, but the members of our military, who are stationed overseas. We'll have a very different experience here. No beach parties for them cookouts and no time with loved ones. Celebrate the very freedoms. They provide for us. That's why it's so important to take just a moment to show them that they are not forgotten move. America forward is an incredible.
"andrea k." Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Beautiful choreography. June Taylor dancers while why? 'em dating myself, dear God. Come on here. Kubota kid makeup. That's what they show is Andrea. These are strange obsessions. This is what we talk about. All right. So tell us your demographic like ninety. We've had ten ninety year olds on this show. You've had what we've had ten or twelve people on the show over ninety. That's a m- Larry Storch Peter Marshall. Yeah, dick Miller, Roger Cormon Lee grant is Lee grant. Ninety s we had Carl Reiner. We had Norman Lear there and Dick Van Dyke and league ranch in love with LeBron has a little fixation for my partner over there. I could you be attracted to a nine year old woman? Why not? Then that's funny with this show. Sometimes we'll have guests that we think are like the young guests like that us appealing to the kids and the guests are in their sixty. Well, let's history show. Andrea and older people have the history. You're going to get out of interviewing thirty year old. Yeah. You mean you don't have any thirty euros you interview. I think our youngest guests was Josh Grogan that's Phanom, Josh Coleman and appetite. He's well. He's almost my age, but who else was young that we had? That's about it. Yeah. Yeah, usually if they're in their sixties, we see the movie. The disaster artist? Yeah. Okay. We had the writer, Mike Weber, Michael, Weber of that of that yet. He's talented and that was he's young. He's not even forty. Okay. So, but but this show is, I'm glad I have my own teeth. About what happened in Canada after you went up there with with the with the boy boy and. Ladies girls. Did God spell with Gilda Radner Martin short, Eugene Levy, Mr. Schaffer Paul Shaffer Victor Garber, and that was kind of ours starting show business there. And then I worked there for eighteen years and then SETV became successful a cult following but enough to bring me to LA and I had two kids and raise them in LA. And as soon as they went to college, I moved back to New York, really which I prefer. Yeah. Tell it tell us about dishing for God's Bill to because it's a fun thing in the book. Yes, it didn't go well at, I know, and I was probably the only person that really had seen God spell because I, you know, big musical comedy fan and. It's kind of something white fell released, a musical comedy. I guess it is, but it's not your typical comedy, right? So I'd seen it New York. I'd seen it in Boston, and I'd seen in Paris where I was living and I knew that it was a show that I could do. She didn't have to really be skilled. Really. He'd have to be a skilled singer or dancer, but you had to have a personality and be clown or kind of authentically, I dunno, energetic, I guess. So I really desperately wanted the part. It was like American idol. You know, Gaza was everywhere. They went round the world additioning every city. Vienna had my Paris and I didn't get the part. I I, I didn't get it until and I was devastated. And I had friends that Marty short. Got the got the. And you gene who done cannibal girls with and Tronto was a small community. You know, it wasn't like you want that many actors. So it was devastating. And then two weeks went by or through some by an Eugene called me and told me that the girl that was seeing day by day was going to be fired, and they were gonna have a party that night and the direct was going to be there. And he said, come to the party and just be your Zini cool, funny self, and I bet you get cast and I did that. I wanted the party and I guess I was funny and I was cast. So I, you know, often in the legendary company of God spell and I wish things were that easy. Now just go to a party and be funny, and you'll be cast new George Clooney film. That would be fun and you go about being funny?.