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Fresh update on "andrews" discussed on Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular
"We have record low unemployment. We have inflationary expectations. However, unprecedented and with the pinch of salt that was discussed at the last panel, which was excellent. We have inflation expectations that are much, much higher than they were. That's for the internal matters. But if you look at the rest of the world, a lot of the movements that we've experienced in the last 20 years was predicated on globalization on the breaking down of supply chains on the reduction of cost on the just on time. That has changed. And we'll probably changed continuously towards a system that we are not certain about. That's easy be present Christine Lagarde, fed chair Jay Powell, bank for international settlements, general mandra Agustin carstens. They spoke with me last week as part of a panel for the ECB forum on central banking and sintra, Portugal. Stay tuned for more from the biggest names in central banking, including the Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey, when the special edition of Bloomberg best continues. Up next, we focus on the geopolitical impacts pressuring markets and the global economy. I'm Fox and LaCroix, and this
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 9:24 p.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton The Astros continue to soar Adam Spillane has details from Houston The Houston Astros have won 6 in a row after Jeremy Pena's 9th inning walk off two run Homer sent them to a four two win over the Los Angeles angels It was paying his fourth hit of the game and second home run Oh that's my first multi home run game And send that on a walk off it's unreal In that game Astros pitchers tied a 9 inning major league record by striking out 20 angels The guardians humbled the Yankees to nothing Tristan Mackenzie dazzled allowing just one hit over 7 innings enough to impress Cleveland DH franmil Reyes I love the way bitch is attitude He's very focused in every woman and today was a great performance Tyler wells was superb over 6 innings as Baltimore won at Minnesota three one It took me a little while to kind of get back into that groove and that mentality but over the course of the last two months like I've really kind of started to get back into it and I'm feeling pretty good about it Other American League winners were the royals raise Red Sox White Sox and Mariners In the national league the Padres scored all their runs in the 9th to defeat the Dodgers four two Elsewhere Brandon Woodruff went 6 stellar innings boosted by an effective changeup as the brewers blank Pittsburgh to nothing When I can you know go to it multiple times and make it look like a strike as long as possible I just think it helps me out Other NL winners included the Marlins reds mets rockies and Phillies golf JT poston led wire to wire to win the John Deere classic for his second PGA Tour title and a spot in the British open I've always wanted to play in an open championship and for it to be at saint Andrews in the 150th is pretty special and pretty hard to draw it up any better than that Tennis it took four sets but three time defending Wimbledon champ Novak Djokovic defeated a wild card entry to move into the fourth round Bruce Morton AP
Backup catcher Perez's 3 HRs help Pirates beat Brewers 8-7
"Michael Perez had the best offensive game of his major league career while leading the pirates past the brewers 8 to 7 The bucks number two catcher Homer three times doubled once and had 5 RBIs Perez doubled his season home run total hitting a pair of two run blasts including one that put Pittsburgh head to stay Rookies O'Neal Cruz and Jack zawinski hit back to back shots for the pirates who carried an 8 to four lead into the 9th inning before beating the brewers for the first time in 9 tries Andrew mccutcheon had three hits and two RBIs for the NL central leaders who ended a four game winning streak I'm Dave
Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries
"To have Congress's staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday in Colorado one of former president Trump's most Ardent supporters representative Lauren boebert won the nomination in the third congressional district while election denied or Tina Peters lost her bid to become the Republican nominee for Secretary of State to Pam Anderson and a Republican who favors some abortion access Joe O'Day won the Senate primary against a far right candidate in Mississippi a member of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 election but supported a January 6th the investigation won the Republican runoff in the third congressional district representative Michael guest defeated pro Trump challenger Michael Cassidy in Illinois far right state senator Darren Bailey who got a late endorsement from Trump won the Republican nomination for governor he faces democratic incumbent governor JD pritzker representative Mary Miller a 2020 election denier who has spoken admiringly of Adolf Hitler won her Republican primary and reverend Jesse Jackson's son Jonathan won a 17 candidate democratic primary for an open congressional seat in New York Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew a former Trump White House aide lost the Republican primary for governor to representative Lee zeldin He will take on governor Kathy hochul who won her democratic primary I'm Julie Walker
Michael Stenger, Senate Sergeant-at-Arms on January 6, Dead at 71
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How Did Christiana Hale Come to Write Her New Book 'Deeper Heaven'?
"I am extraordinarily excited to speak to my next guest because she has written a genuinely magnificent book on one of the most important subjects to me in the world C. S. Lewis. And so let me say first of all, her name is Christiana Hale, she hails spelled differently from Idaho. She is in Idaho right now. Just so you understand, while she was writing this book, she also teaches Latin and English to junior high school students, try to take that in ladies and gentlemen. At a classical Christian school, I am just thrilled to meet her and to talk to her about her brand new book. It's called deeper heaven, a reader's guide to C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy. Christian Hale welcome to the Arctic show. Thank you so much for having me. Well, listen, we try to get you in the studio and our schedule was all screwed up. But I just want to say, when I read this book, I was just so thrilled because I love C. S. Lewis so much. And the ransom trilogy, the space trilogy, whatever it's called many, many people are not familiar with it. And that, of course, needs to change. And books like yours will help to I'm already helping it is helping to change that. Your book is helping to change that. So before we get into the book deeper heaven, I just have to ask you about yourself. How does a very young woman like yourself come to write a magnificent volume on C. S. Lewis's ransom trilogy? How did this happen? How did you where did you grow up? How did you happen? What's going on? Yeah. Sometimes I ask myself how it happened because it still surprises me at times that this is where life has taken me. But I grew up on C. S. Lewis primarily the chronicles of Narnia as many of us did. So a very young age. I was introduced in Narnia and just fell in love with those books. And it wasn't till I was probably in high school that I realized there's a lot more to see us Louis than just a children's fiction author. In fact, that was very small part of his life and his calling and what he did. So I remember reading or starting to read the ransom trilogy at a young age and I actually quite frankly didn't like it. I didn't get into it really. I couldn't understand it. But then I attended new Saint Andrew's college in Moscow Idaho and as a freshman rhetoric class, we had to read the ransom trilogy and at that point with a teacher who delve deeper into the especially the medieval cosmology side of things, which I think will probably talk about later. That just captured my imagination.
Andrew Giuliani invokes famous dad in bid for NY governor
"Rudy Giuliani gets slapped on the back at a Staten Island grocery store while campaigning for his son yesterday who's running for governor in New York now a worker there is facing charges Police are charging 39 year old Daniel gill with assault in surveillance video the ShopRite worker is seen passing Giuliani and giving him a smack on the back You did not knock me down But it hurt tremendously The former mayor says Gil then shouted at him and appeared to be upset about the Supreme Court ruling on abortion the tap wasn't hard enough to injure Giuliani but says he called police and asked to have the man arrested because this idea that you attacked people because it might in my case I'm pro life Someone answering the phone at a number related to Gil's address said no comment when asked about the incident Julie Walker New York
Julie Hartman: The Time Andrew Cuomo Threw Me a Curveball
"Me. You know, you mentioned in the last segment that I guess toasted for you a few months ago. So I haven't been back on that show since I was in your seat, but it's great to be here. And you did a great job. The feedback we got as expected. You got rave reviews. Everybody loved the job you did. And you know, people think hosting a few hours a day is a little bit like Joe Biden riding a bike. What could go wrong? Well, as we both know, Mike, there's a lot that could go wrong. Two days earlier, I guess toasted for Dennis, and it was my first time. I was 21 years old ever hosting a national radio show and it was daunting. And halfway through my first segment, I got a notification in my ear from our producer Sean that governor Andrew Cuomo had just resigned. He's saying to me, you've got to announce it now on air. You've got to announce it and I'm thinking, oh my God. I am 5 minutes into my first national radio show. This had to happen now. Right, and you had it all mapped out in your mind. You were ready with the monologue. You knew what you were going to do, and then totally. Then leave it, leave it to Cuomo to throw you a
Pirates rookie Suwinski has historic 3-HR game
"Pirates rookie Jack sowinski hit three home runs his third in the bottom of the 9th to give Pittsburgh a four three walk off victory over the San Francisco Giants Sowinski is the second pirates rookie to hit three homers in the game joining Andrew McCutchen and according to the allied sports bureau he's the first rookie to cap at three Homer game with a game ending shot The Giants tyro Estrada had tied the game in the top of the 9th with the leadoff Homer off Pittsburgh closer David bednar the bednar struck out two of the final three giant spatters and came away with the win I'm Ben Thomas
Cueto, López combine for 3-hitter as Chisox down Astros 7-0
"Johnny cueto allowed two hits over 7 scoreless innings as the Chicago White Sox beat the Houston Astros 7 to nothing In earning his first win of the season cueto allowed just two singles and two walks while striking out 5 and did not allow a runner to reach second base Andrew Vaughn and Luis Robert collected three hits a piece for the White Sox von scored two runs and Robert drove in four Justin Verlander was tagged with 7 runs four earned on 9 hits in three and two thirds innings for the Astros Adam spole in Houston
Danny Green is hoping Celtics can force a Game 7 vs. Warriors | THE HERD
"For the fourth time in 8 years the Golden State Warriors are NBA champions after beating the Boston Celtics one O three to 90 in game 6 Stephen Curry led the way with 34 points Andrew Wiggins scored 18 and draymond green amassed 12 points 12 rebounds and 8 assists Curry earned his first NBA Finals MVP award after averaging 31.2 points in the series Boston trim golden states 22 point lead to 8 in the fourth quarter but couldn't come any closer Jaylen brown's court 34 while Jayson Tatum had 13 for the Celtics who fell short of their first title since 2008 Geffen kobach
Andrew Giuliani Was Put in the Penalty Box Over His Vaccination Status
Andrew Giuliani and Eric Discuss the Differing Visions of America
"This is to me what it boils down to is that you have two visions of America. The founders vision is about citizen government. We govern ourselves. We elect people transparently to represent us. And then you have what the founders hated was the idea of these career politicians who would come in and begin to make a nice life for themselves and they would go on decade after decade, whether it's the Biden family or the Pelosi family and they begin to put their tentacles out there and it goes into the generations and their families and siblings and kids or whatever and you realize it is fundamentally un American and it leads to corruption. There's just no way around it. That's what human beings do. They get power. They want more power. And basically, the Democrats have been very comfortable with that. Right. It's the unaccountable bureaucracy, which Donald Trump labeled draining the swamp and I mean, when you think about unaccountable bureaucracy from a state government level, New York's budget is $220 billion for perspective, the state of Florida's budget is $98 billion and they have a million more people. So you're absolutely right on this. Albany has been a cesspool and we are just not taking care of New York taxpayer dollars.
Andrew Giuliani, Son of Rudy, Is Running for Governor of New York
"I warned you that I would have a Giuliani as my guest today. I wasn't making it up. Here he is. Andrew Giuliani Andrew welcome. Eric always great to be with you. I got to say my interview with your father, mayor Rudolph Giuliani. I don't know, a month or two ago. It was so much fun. People just loved it. And I knew I've loved your father for decades and stuff. I only got to meet you a few months ago, but I'm happy to say that you're running for governor of New York. And the reason I'm happy to say that is because as I've gotten to know you, I've gotten really enthused because there are a lot of people that maybe they're on the right side of some issues or whatever, but there are very few people that I think have the zeal, the fire, the joy. To run and to win and to be a good governor and because I've determined that you do, I'm particularly thrilled to have you on the program. Well, you know, we met probably about ten days, two weeks after my daughter, my first child, daughter, my daughter, grace's birthday. And I got to tell you, you are the first book that was ever signed for my daughter, grace. But that brings up really what we're doing this all for. And I have to tell you, every single time that I look in her eyes or give her a kiss and see that toothless grin, I realize what we're doing this all for and it gives me conviction every single day to make sure that we're fighting for New Yorkers. And we're fighting to make New York a better state. Unfortunately, you know this well, Eric, we're leading the country now migration, their whole lot of reasons why. Okay,
2 US veterans from Alabama reported missing in Ukraine
"Two U.S. veterans from Alabama in Ukraine assisting the war effort against Russia have gone missing I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The men are 27 year old Andy ty win of Trinity Alabama a former marine and 39 year old Alexander druk of Tuscaloosa congressman Robert adder holt says win had volunteered to go fight with the Ukrainian army but relatives haven't heard from him since June 8th When he was in the harkey region in Ukraine's northeast an 8 adds win Andrew were together White House national security spokesman John Kirby If it's true we'll do everything we can to get them safely back home But Kirby and the administration is discouraging Americans from going to Ukraine right now It is a war zone It's combat And if you feel passionate about supporting Ukraine there's any number of other ways to do that If confirmed the pair would be the first Americans known to have been captured fighting for Ukraine Ben Thomas Washington
Retail sales in May slip 0.3% amid surging inflation
"The government reports that retail sales fell unexpectedly in May The commerce department reports that Americans trimmed their spending last month with retail sales unexpectedly slipping .3% the fall was led by a sharp decline in auto sales and the figures look worse when you adjust for inflation and exclude sales from gas stations showing how higher prices at the pump are accounting for more shoppers overall budget The national average for a gallon of gas is up 56 cents from a month ago and 60% since last year retailers say customers are also turning away from pandemic priorities The government report found sales at food stores and restaurants were up but building and garden supplies are slowing furniture home items electronics and online sales in general fell roughly 1% despite a record job market Andrew hunter with capital economist tells the AP surging prices may be finally taking their toll on real consumption I'm Jennifer King
Andrew McCarthy: Jan. 6 Committee Did Not Set up a Fair Process
"Andy McCarthy with Bill hemmer yesterday talking about what this January 6th select committee witch hunt is really all about. Yeah, this is not the committee that you're going to have suddenly Liz Cheney. You say, wait, this seems unfair. Maybe we need to look at other evidence. It has to be introduced as well. So it really brought a sort of an odd conclusion because it sort of emphasized, there isn't anyone to object. Same question, Annie McCarthy. Well, it was a much tighter presentation today because it was centered around one theme, this whole idea of stop the steal. And what they're trying to emphasize obviously is that the point they want to make is that Trump must have known that there was nothing to this because everybody around him who was credible was telling him it was nonsense and there was nothing there. As I've said from the beginning, they've got a very good story to tell. The problem is they've set it up in a process that is not a fair process that's aimed at getting to the truth and giving whatever contra arguments there are their day in court. And as a result, it's more like messaging than it is like a real investigation. And if you would try this in court, I could have been very impressive in court if there were no defense lawyers, you know? If you liked it. If you liked the government put on its own case, own witnesses own exhibits and then no cross examination and no defense arguments. I'd have been a thousand and
Wiggins delivers on both ends, Warriors lead NBA Finals 3-2
"Andrew Wiggins scored 26 points and pulled down 13 rebounds as the warriors beat the Celtics one O four 94 So I came in here and just you know you know I'm playing basketball and I'm playing hard you know and I feel like people respect that And I'm just trying to win At the end of the day you know no matter where it takes whatever they need from me I'm just I'm here to help win Klay Thompson added 21 points making 5 threes Stephen Curry had 16 points and 8 assists Golden State is now one went away from its fourth NBA title in 8 seasons The Celtics came back down 12 points at the half to take a 5 point lead in the third quarter But the warriors bounced back in the fourth to go up by 16 in the lost Jason Tatum had 27 points and Marcus smart had 20 Ryan leong San Francisco
What Is the Connection Between Paul Pelosi and John R. Allen?
"Here is a question. It's about Paul Pelosi. Charlie I'm hearing from an extremely reliable person that night that Paul Pelosi was arrested for a DUI that he had a sidearm handgun in his possession while intoxicated. It's one of the reasons that the DA is refusing to get more information on the arrest, they might drop the charges altogether. From Nate, who listens up in beautiful North Dakota. So will Paul Pelosi be charged probably not. No, he's part of the untouchable class because Nancy Pelosi is very useful. But we also had another question that emailed us freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com, Charlie, I thought, so this is based on the story of marine general John R Allen, who led U.S. and NATO force in Afghanistan and then ran the brookings institution. He has recently had his data seized by the FBI and what seems to be a soon to be indictment against him for illegally lobbying for Qatar and lobbying for their interests in Washington, D.C.. Someone asked they said Charlie sent the story that said Charlie, I thought you said these people were untouchable. Well, there is a little bit of an asterisk to that, right? So they're untouchable as long as they are useful to the regime. But our current regime, they've studied closely and intently how the Soviet Union ran their country. You see that with the show trials, you see that with the erroneous arrests, but we must understand that tyrants, when they're doing what they do best, which is evil. When they are executing their evil at their best, they must always keep the ruled and also the people around them on their toes. So if they want to actually hold on the political power, they must randomly pick off people. And keep you on your toes that think is if the sword of damocles could drop on you at any time that there must be a sense of paranoia. This is exactly why they were okay taking out Andrew Cuomo Andrew Cuomo was unusual, but they also kind of wanted to make an example. Like, hey, no one is above the rest around here. Everyone kind of worships at the altar of a couple political families, and we are the untouchables and you are not.
"andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Charging installation terms. This is fresh air. I'm TV critic David B and Cooley. Robert and Michelle king, the husband and wife production team who created the good wife and it's still running sequel series the good fight. Return this Sunday with the third season of another drama series. It's called evil. And like the good fight, it's presented by the streaming service paramount plus. But evil didn't originate there. It started on the CBS broadcast network. And the series has taken full advantage of the relocation from one platform to another. Evil premiered on CBS in 2019, pre-pandemic. It's kind of like a more spiritual version of the X files, featuring a team of experts assigned to assess the validity of a series of unexplained phenomena, including reports of demonic possession and angelic visions. There's an aspiring Catholic priest, David Acosta, played by Mike colter. A tech expert Ben shakir, played by Asif manvi and a psychologist Kristen Bouchard, played by katja herbers. The tech expert is a skeptical debunker. The man of the faith tends to believe, and the psychologist is all over the place. Sometimes she's a rational doctor. Other times, she is so fiercely protective of her four daughters, she could kill. And at least once in this series, she already has. But Kristen wields less deadly weapons as well, such as legal documents. The team's longtime nemesis on this show is Leland Townsend, a smarmy guy who's used his influence to getting good with the local church, even though he's an agent for, well, evil. Leland is played by Michael Emerson, who was so wonderful on the ABC series lost. And he's wonderful here, too. In the third season premiere, Leland is in a meeting with the Monsignor and the other members of Kristen's team, when Kristen enters suddenly, enveloping hand and walks right up to Leland, nose to nose. Yes, miss Bouchard. Hello. Hello, would you mind backing up a few feet? What is this? More straining order. You've been served. Come on, see you. Can't we settle our disagreements without these ad hominem attacks? This is short. This is not necessary. Oh, it's not a restraining order for me. I can take care of myself. It's for my 11 year old daughter. Excuse me. Mister Thompson has approached my daughter at school on four separate occasions, and he's asked her to keep it a secret from me. No, this is. He's also made her uncomfortable with his touch. I did not. What are you talking about? This is insane. Luckily, one of my daughters took a photo. And that is why the court granted me this injunction. That, that is misinterpretation. Well, I guess it's a good thing that the Catholic Church has no issues with older men touching children. Christian hardly seems like herself these days. And sometimes she isn't. She could be possessed or imaginary or impersonated by a demon. In defending her children and investigating her cases, she's found an embraced a new inner strength. But she's also fighting her inner desires, because even though she's married, she's attracted to David, who has just joined the priesthood officially. The attraction is mutual, and David suffers from visions or fantasies, which include Kristen visiting his bed at night and climbing on top of him. And because this show is so paranormal, you're not sure whether David's nightly encounters are fantasies. And neither is he. They could be real, or demonic. Or both. Hello? Over here..
"andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air
"2019. This is fresh air. This message comes from NPR sponsor, wise aunt, connecting you with tutors in more than 12,000 topics for a personalized one on one lessons. Take $25 off each of your first three tutoring lessons today. Head to wyze ANT dot com slash NPR. This is fresh air. The American Film Institute is honoring Julie Andrews with this year's life achievement award. Now, we're going to replay parts of another conversation between the actress and Terry gross. This one, from 2019. In recent years, Julie Andrews has lent her voice to the Despicable Me and Shrek and Aquaman movies, and the voice of lady whistledown on the Netflix TV series Bridgerton. And on camera, in 2017, she starred in Julie's green room, a Netflix children's series, which she also co created. When Julie Andrews returned to fresh air to talk with Terry, she had just released her second memoir, co authored with her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, its title is home work, a memoir of my Hollywood years. Julie Andrews got her start in her parents vaudeville act when she was 9 years old. One of the reasons I really enjoy it when I'm working because I've worked my entire life. I mean, to the, to the point where I really wasn't attending school, I had to have a tutor that came and worked with me, but I really, I would love to have attended university and I had a very sort of rarefied and rather pitiful education in a way. My mother said to me, oh, you'll get a much better education from life out there. And to a certain extent, I did. But I was always scrambling to catch up on history or things that really fascinated me. Julie, you started psychoanalysis. After you were in a committed relationship with Blake Edwards, and I can't remember if this was before or after you were you were actually married. But basically the way you described it before. When you start a cycle analysis, it's like a damn opened up. I mean, you just started like weeping. And I'm wondering if you felt you had to hold in a lot of feelings and just be strong and not show any vulnerability because one, you grew up during the war years, you were living in London during World War II when you were getting bombed all the time. And you were going in and out of bomb shelters. You were blowing a whistle and literally warning people when the planes were coming when you were a child. And then your child and your touring with your parents and vaudeville performing in the show must go on no matter what. So did that kind of teach you to just like hold everything in. Yes, absolutely. Whatever it was that I'd been sort of being stiff up a lip about in my youth. And I did take care of most of my family in every sense financially and emotionally. Because we were, you know, my stepfather was alcoholic and it was not an easy situation, but there was a lot that I needed to sort out in my head and the failure of my first marriage which hurt a lot and I wasn't sure about anything and I was the wonder is that my wonderful therapist suddenly realized that what I craved probably more than anything was an education and so being a Merlin like personality. He decided to give me one and I got so many answers in terms of some of the things in life that I needed to learn. And it was a phenomenal experience for me. If I wanted to learn about astronomy or geology or anything in life, history, geography, just I could ask any question and he would be able to answer it. So Blake Edwards became your husband, but he also directed you in several films. He directed you, SOB, which was a satire of Hollywood in ten, which was a romantic comedy Victor Victoria in which about midlife crisis. And midlife crisis for the men. Victor Victoria, which you played a woman impersonating a man in drag. You know, also a comedy a woman, right? Yes, and you have a great show stopping a number in that. But he saw you really differently than the preconception that people have. I guess that having having me as a wife and are sleeping together and being a great, we were married well, we knew each other 44 years before he sadly passed away. But he was somebody that knew me very, very well. And I think I knew him very well. This was a marriage that lasted, and it was complicated and wonderful, and quite magical at times, and he was the most mercurial, talented, attractive man, and it was quite an experience to be married to Blake Edwards, believe me. But I mean, just going back to him directing you, you were topless in one scene in one of his films. There's a lot of gender stuff. It's very daunting, Terry, when your husband says, in a love scene that you're doing with your leading man on camera, he says, well, that's fine, darling, but I know you can do it better. And that's rather difficult in the film studio when you're filming it. Julie Andrews, speaking to Terry gross in 2019. The American Film Institute has bestowed her with this year's life achievement award in a celebration to be televised next Thursday on TNT. Coming up, I review season three of evil, the TV series returning Sunday on paramount plus. It's from Robert and Michelle king, creators of the good wife and the good fight. This is fresh air. This message comes from NPR sponsor Chevrolet, introducing the all electric bolt EUV, Chevy's Kelly helfrich explains why her team is working to make home charging easier for bolt drivers. 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"andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The sound of music provokes very strong reactions when people people tend to just like love the film or not because they think it's too saccharine. So I know. So where do you fit in on the scale? I know how hard we all tried. Recognizing that there was a saccharine quality to it. I mean, you have a whole whole family of children and nanny governess and a lot of countryside and a lot of religious ladies flying around the place and you're going to get a bit of saccharin there. That's for sure. And we all knew that even though the music was lovely, that we had to play if possible against that saccharine quality. And I know that Christopher Plummer I certainly we did our utmost to push it away somewhere of I remember distinctly one scene where I really wanted Maria to be absolutely horrified that she was going to have to take care of 7 children because that's the way somebody would have reacted, I think. I mean, you know, being nanny to one child is enough but 7. So we did try and we were aware that there was saccharine moments, but then the beauty of sound of music was that the scenery was so gorgeous and we did film in Austria and we had a symphony orchestra playing all that glorious music and I think that saccharine quality was compensated for a million ways. Let me ask you about what might be the most famous shot from the film, which is used on advertising posters and it's a picture of you while singing the sound of music with your arms out. Twirling around. It alone in the mountains. That's right, in the very, very cold, rainy wet mountains. Talk about talk about that shot. Oh, well, that shop at the bulk of that shot was filmed from a helicopter. And I would start at one end of this long field. And the helicopter would start at the other end of the field, and we would come towards each other, the very brave cameraman was hanging out of the side of the helicopter where the door would normally be strapped in with a camera attached to his chest and the helicopter sort of came at me sideways rather sort of crab like edging its way towards me as I walk towards it and executed that famous now famous turn just before singing. And we did that shot many times to be sure that the focus was right and that everything about it was right. But the trouble was that once that shot had been completed and we each went back to our own respective ends of the field to start again. The downdraft from the helicopter circling around me dashed me off my feet and into the grass. It was so strong. Now this is fine for one or two takes, but after about four or 5 takes I began to get quite angry about it and thought there must be a way that I don't have to be leveled every time we finish this shot. So I signaled to the pilot to please make a wider circle around me. And all I got was a thumbs up and you know, great. I think we got it, but let's do it one more time. And I bit the dust and I sort of spat mud and hay and everything else for every single take of that particular shot. That's so great because the story behind the shadow so different than the shot itself. Yes. It's like you're suffering. To do it. A lot of things about the sound of music that had the weather was not great in the mountains, particularly. And it rained a great deal of the time and we would sit on the tarpaulins and manage to get through a day with sometimes just 30 seconds of film footage and it was cold and it was damp. But the clouds and their strength and the beauty that they brought to the film itself was a gift that I mean, if we'd just been a sunny postcard, I mean, it was a postcard enough, but it gave texture to the movie which helped enormously. You had such a lovely singing voice. And you haven't been able to sing since about 2005, you had surgery to remove a node on one of your vocal cords and haven't been able to sing since. And I understand you sued your surgeon because of that. I figure it must have been really difficult for you to not be able to sing. I mean, obviously that affected you professionally, but just like personally and emotionally, what did it mean for you to not be able to do that anymore? It wasn't a node. I didn't I didn't have cancerous nodes as so many people think I did. I just had a small. Cyst in my seemingly I had a system my vocal cords and even that is now been proved to be rather suspect. But I'm not allowed to talk about the operation itself, but because of lawyers and people like that would ask me not to, but I can tell you that it was, of course, devastating. I'm very glad it happened with the end of my singing life rather than at the beginning. I miss singing with an orchestra enormously. I think I was in denial for a year or two, thinking that perhaps I was just taking longer to heal than most people that my throat was a little more sensitive than most. But then they did come a day when I had to begin living with it. And I live with it to this day. I guess in the sort of old tradition of vaudevillains I could give up and crawl away or I could make what was left of my life, something decent. And I wondered what I was meant to learn from it. Perhaps there was a lesson in it all. I God knows what that was, but I did begin to write more and it allowed me time to write this autobiography. And I've kept very busy. I seem to be busy these days, and I've ever been, and I don't get it, but I'm extremely grateful. One more thing before we have to let you go. The 1982 movie Victor Victoria that you started and you played a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman. He played a woman pretending to be a man performing in dread. And with the help of that movie, as even the Wikipedia points out, you've become an icon for family films and also something of an icon in the game lesbian community because of Victor Victoria and maybe also because of sing along sound of music. Seem to have sort of covered the whole spectrum somehow. So is that a surprise to you that you're both? I'm delighted. I'm just thrilled by it. I think it's the nicest thing that could happen. And you know that squeaky clean image, which was brought about by such lovely films that were so successful, such as Poppins and sound of music. I'm hoping that the body of work that I've done since then is kind of dispelled that squeaky clean myth. But I'm delighted to be embraced by families by kids by the gay culture by everyone. And people are genuinely lovely when I meet them. I love going out and lecturing and meeting people and talking about my work and so on. It's a great pleasure. Well, it's been wonderful to talk with you. Thank you so much. And you, Terry, thank you so much. Julie Andrews, speaking to Terry gross in 2008. After a break, we'll listen to parts of a more recent conversation from.
"andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Of the pygmalion story. And what's the first thing? What's the basic principle he taught you? Oh gosh, now that's a hard question to answer. I don't think I can. Just literally taking me through the lines of the play and widening vowels shortening them, dropping H's and all those I'm pretty sure that my general overall cockney was not great. But it got me by perhaps more so in America because not many Americans now are genuine cockney accent, but I had a tougher time by the time I took the play to England, but by then I'd had a lot of learning experience. So I fared better. Did your coach give you advice on how to sing wouldn't it be lovely? No. No, funnily enough. He didn't as far as I can recall. Alan Lerner had written the lyrics to sound cockney, you know, wouldn't it be lovely? So it was written like OW. Oh WW I think. I'm not quite sure which, but whatever it was, it was written so that I knew it had to be song, of course, in cockney and just you wait and Reagan's and all of that was written the same way. So that was not so difficult because I a, I was singing and I learned enough from my dialect coach.
"andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Time. You must learn. But how? Let's start at the very beginning a very good day. That's Julie Andrews in the sound of music. Andrews is the recipient of this year's American Film Institute's life achievement award. Her other films include Victor Victoria, thoroughly modern Millie, torn curtain, the princess diaries films, three Shrek and two Despicable Me films. Recently, she played a sharp tongued gossip writer in the Netflix series Bridgerton. When Terry spoke to Julie Andrews in 2008, the actress had just released her first memoir. Its title was home, a memoir of my early years, and it was filled with surprises about her family life. It described her show business start in her parents vaudeville act, and how she went to Broadway when she was still a teenager. Soon afterward, she originated the onstage role of Eliza Doolittle in my fair lady. Julie Andrews welcome to fresh air. Thank you, Terry. It's a pleasure to be here. You know, in reading your memo, I have to say your family life isn't at all what I imagined it would be. I mean, I thought you'd be from a kind of proper, straight laced family based on my idea of who you were from your roles. And I wonder what you think your image is. And if my mistake is a common one, it is a common one and a lot of people have been surprised about the book. If you know me very well, you can probably spot that my background is real. Good down and out vaudeville musical background. But a lot of people, because of their association with the wonderful films like Mary Poppins and sodom music, they think that I am this very squeaky clean upper class lady that came from such a family and it's so far from the truth. Let's start with the fact that two of your grandparents instead of syphilis. Yes. Well, I mean, my background is really dickensian in so many ways. I was surprised when I found out those facts. It was somewhat of a mystery. It was that awful thing that was just out there and it wasn't until I was older that I began to really grasp its significance and the horror of it and what it must have been like. I do know that my aunt and I write this in the books and that she didn't want to discuss my grandfather's death because he was in a sanatorium that was really a sort of madhouse in those days. I mean, you have to think how many years ago this all took place. And the conditions were appalling and people were very, very disturbed and mentally ill and he apparently had a very nasty time of it and passed away there. Now your mother was a pianist and she left her father to perform with a singer named Ted Andrews who she later married. And they left home during World War II when you were young to perform for the troops. You stayed with your father and your aunt. What was it like to have your mother leave during wartime? Well, I was, I'm going to sound a real pollyanna here, but I was raised during the war. I mean, I was practically born into the war. I think I was two years old or something when war broke out. But so I knew nothing else, Terry. It was not so unusual to be raised in war because all my peers were being raised the same way. And we all were in it together. I mean, we went down into the bomb shelters together. We went down into the subway, the underground together and took refuge from the bombs that were dropping all over London, and so it was part of what we did to survive. We were described how, after your mother brought you to London where she was living with the man who became your stepfather. You learned how to distinguish the sound of the British fighter planes from the German fighter planes. That's right. And you'd warn everybody by blowing whistle when a German plane was coming. That was probably a pretty important role that you could play. Well, I would send out an all weather regardless of rain or shine or hail or snow. I was sent out by my mother. You have to understand that women toward the end of the war could accomplish nothing because the areas are coming so furiously. And every half hour, the siren would go off and a woman would be baking a cake or doing her laundry or any number of things and she'd have to take it out of the oven or turn off the stop washing her clothes and so on. And my mother had this great idea that if I knew that I could distinguish the difference between a German doodlebug as they were called in those days, those pilotless planes that came over and just dropped on London and around London. And I could tell the difference between that and one of our fighter pilots and so she sent me out to sit on top of our air raid shelter with a pair of opera glasses which were absolutely no good at all. And an umbrella and a whistle, and when I heard the German planes coming, I blew the whistle which gave her a little bit more time to get on with anything she was doing. But of course they came a day when I truly rebelled and said, I'm not going to do it. It's too wet and it's too cold out there. And after the bomb had dropped in our neighborhood, we had a few irate neighbors coming around to our door saying, why didn't she blow her whistle? We were relying on it. So I had to keep doing it from then on. Your stepfather was became an alcoholic and became abusive. He beat your younger brother with a cane. You had your own run in with your stepfather twice he came into your bedroom, climbed into your bed and told you what he didn't climb into my bed, but he certainly made an advance. Thank God at that point, he did not climb into my bed. And that he told you that you needed to be taught how to kiss? Yes, he did. That was, but he was not in my bed, thank God. That would have been very difficult. But I was able to you have to remember he was an alcoholic, and there were days when he wasn't an alcoholic, and he did a lot of things to further my career to try to help me in many ways, but of course because he was a stepfather because he was seemingly a dangerous man in the family presence. I didn't like him that much, particularly not at first, and thank God he was decent enough somewhere to pull back and I was only abused and that he did try to kiss me and he would have probably come into bed, but I had a lock put on the door and a few things like that. And it only happened twice. When your parents went when your mother and your stepfather brought you into their vaudeville act. Who were you in the act? What was your role? What kind of stuff did you sing? I think I started doing this. My father began to give me singing lessons when I was about 7 years. My stepfather was a fine singer and my mother was a wonderful pianist. She and my stepfather formed this vaudeville act which became pretty successful all around England and also on radio, which was very big in those days. And he began giving me singing lessons at the age of about 7 and was so surprised to discover that I had a unusually powerful adult larynx. He very quickly realized that it probably would be a smart thing to give me over to a fine singing teacher. And that good lady was my teacher until the day she died at age 90 something or other. So for many, many decades, she was my teacher. So when I went on the boards with my parents for the first time, I was about 9, and I was so small that they put me on a sort of wooden beer crate, I think. Or a bottle crate anyway, to reach the microphone beside him, and we built it out a song called come to the fair, which was a duet. And it went down pretty well, and I seemed to enjoy it, and the audience seemed to love it. So things progressed from there. You're singing teacher, who was your singing teacher for decades? You describe how she helped you place your voice. Yes. Can you describe it a little bit what that process was? Oh, well, it went on for many, many years, and she gave me a great foundation. Good placement of voice, good attention to lyrics, particularly, well, both vowels and consonants, if you have trouble with a certain note, her technique was to practice usually the note before it, if you're have trouble hitting a high note at the end of a song, then work on the penultimate note, which with a good strong foundation and being placed correctly will allow the high note to follow it in exactly the same position and place. As I say, vowels one had to be very true to them. And hold them firmly. And precede them with strong consonants. I say in the book, which is probably the best example I can give. We used to practice a lot of handles, music because he also had great words to his beautiful music, and we practiced the messiah, for instance. And if I was singing behold, like king cometh unto thee, I would do a very strong bee on the big hole. And the O of hold would be strong. And thy king, the TH would be strong and would pull the why of thy forward. And following a note to its absolute end and then just literally cutting off the breath so that you didn't swallow it at the end of the sound, many, many, many details like that. It's so interesting that on the one hand, you're studying, you're getting this great classical training with your teacher, singing handle, and at the same time, you're performing in your parents vaudeville act. But nice mix. My gimmick and my stock in trade in those days was to belt out somewhat cut and bastardized versions of the great aria, as I sang carino me from rigoletto, I sang, I can't even remember now. The great aria from traviata simply Libra, I'm sorry, I couldn't remember the name for a second. And my great stock in trade was the polonaise from the opera mignon. And that had a phenomenally high note at the end of it, and usually brought the house down. So it was almost like a stunt, a kid singing all these difficult adults. Exactly. When I finally went out in my own act at about age 15 and. Something rather sad happened, which was that my parents, we used to be billed as Ted and Barbara Andrews, my mother and my stepfather, with Julie, and eventually the billing would say, Julie Andrews, with Ted and Barbara, and that must have just been dreadful for my stepfather. It must have castrated him dreadfully, I would think. Well, you know, he did some really bad things to you and your brother, but at the same time, he gave you the singing lessons and oh, he tried to be kind. I just wouldn't have any of it. I'm afraid because as I say, he was a he was overwhelming and big man, a powerful man, and little frightening in that sense. You went to New York at the age of about 20? 19. When I was just about to turn 19 and the show that I was in was a show called the boyfriend, a product that was brought over from England, and the original cast was still playing in London to enormous success. And the American producers were not able to secure that cast for their show in New York. So a completely new cast was assembled. And I was lucky enough to be asked to play the leading role. In the boyfriend, and I was 19 the day after we opened. So the great notices that the show received were like the most wonderful birthday gift. And after doing the boyfriend on Broadway, you did my fair lady. Yes. So did you have to audition or did they just give you a part? Oh gosh, no, no, I did many auditions, I sang for Alan Lerner and then I went up to sing for Frederick Lowe with Alan and then I read a lot of scenes and dialog scenes with Alan, who somehow God knows how because I'd never done a play before. I'd never played a character I'd never done a role in a really legitimate piece all I knew was how to belt out an aria on a waterville stage and that was it. What about the boyfriend? You'd been in that. Well, I'd done the boyfriend the night had a year's experience. That's true. But again, I staggered through the boyfriend, learning on my feet as I went. And then you can imagine that George Bernard Shaw was a hundred times stronger and more important than that. And I was really floundering, but I think because of my voice because they sensed something maybe in my makeup, they felt that I could do Eliza and so I was offered the role. And I'm sure I wasn't the first, but I was the lucky one that landed it. You read it in your book that you didn't know how to do a cockney accent. Yes. Go ahead. Give me a break. I was so busy who I was and what I was doing. And never had the opportunity to do that before, and although I had a very good ear and had perfect pitch and many things that helped me so help me, I couldn't do a cockney accent. So who taught you? An American Professor of phonetics, my own American Henry Higgins, a weird reversal.
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"About pools and parties and having fun, right? Yeah. So in this series, that lineup is plus 29 in 11 minutes. I mean crazy. Obviously a very small sample size, plus 29 and 11 minutes is like if the other team had three players on the floor instead of 5. It's true. You might be plus 29 and 11 minutes. Can I give you the other stat that should scare everybody? Yes. So pool and Steph were dominant last year. Like ultra dominant and you throw draymond in for defense, that's a dominant trio. There was this hesitancy to pair them too much because of defensive concerns and the warriors look fantastic defensively they're compete level as off the charts and draymond green is the best defender of the last ten years in the NBA and is still the best defender in the NBA. And then clay comes back and play, are they going to lean too far into Steph pool and clay considering probably injuries chipped away at clay's defense a little bit when he was a borderline elite defensive player. And they waited and dipped their toe in and then dipped their toe back out and then everyone got hurt and no one played at the same time. That goes three guards together. Steph pool clay. In a 144 minutes this season, regular season and playoffs combined, the warriors are plus 116. That is. I think that's almost conquered. That's more terrifying than their net rating 3D 11 minutes so far. The season because the question about defense is even one that draymond posed after game one. He asked, what is going to be the defensive identity of that group? Is this a scenario where in some situations you talked about switching out sharp Livingston in the old death lineup is there going to be a scenario where you have to switch out one of those guys for an Andre with dollar for an auto Porter junior, someone who can grab rebounds who's just a little bit of a bigger body. So the fact that they're already that that's what they're doing at this stage is just, it's incredible. What they do on offense, you know, you mentioned how the ball seemed to wind up in Klay Thompson's hands wide open. And it's really because, you know, the nuggets, the game plan for the game plan for stuff, right? The game plan for clay, when you put Jordan Poole out there who's really like a little mini Steph Curry right now, they start throwing all of their game plan at Jordan, and they can't leave stuff alone. And that's when you wind up somehow forgetting about Klay Thompson. So it's pretty, it is pretty crazy what they've been able to do. I'm curious to see if it's going to work as well against teams that aren't the Denver Nuggets who have a very poor perimeter defense and just seem to be imploding a little bit. But you have to feel comfortable about throwing that out there right now. Well, that's the other thing Denver's defense. It's the Internet is going to make it all about jokic and it's some about jokic, but it's also the fact that all their guards are just completely lost and they're getting hammered on screen. So if you watch game one, there was one play where jokic was on loony and loony was setting up to screen, I think for clay, maybe pool at like the top of the arc. And jokic saw it coming and jokic was yelling at Monte Morris, who was on whoever the guard was. And what he was yelling was get between your guy and the screen. So your guy can't go around the screen because if he gets around that screen, I'm all the way down here in the paint where my coach wants me. I can't get out of contest that shot. So you got to block him from getting to that screen. They executed it, and instead of using the screen, he back cut it, whoever it was and missed the floater over jokic, which is a shot, the nuggets want to give up. The guards are 9 times out of ten, not accomplishing what they're supposed to be accomplishing. They're getting hung up on screens and leaving everybody else out to dry. But to your point, when those three are on the floor, there's just so much stuff going on that the defense can't keep up their people are moving too fast because draymond green has the fastest brain and the fastest passing vision almost in the whole league. So fast. And what Jordan Poole has been doing people really have been and rightfully so focusing a lot on his scoring, which is incredible. He's been scoring from all three levels recently. But again, the way that he's been emulating Steph in his ball movement or in his movement off the ball, when you have two guys scrambling like that. Michael Malone had a quote last night he said that he was taught, you know, when he was growing up and from his dad, the most dangerous guy is there who just gave up the ball. And Steph Curry really embodies that, right? He gets rid of the ball, and then he's flying off screens. He's flying all around. Jordan Poole is doing that exact same thing now. So you're trying not to keep track of the guy who runs the most miles per game in the league, but you're now trying to do someone who's competing with who's trying to do that just like stuff. And it's really throwing them in a wrench and it's two games in a row now that it's that lineup that pool party lineup, whatever you want to call it, that is just blown the lid off of the two games in that second quarter for the warriors against the nuggets. And it's just completely changed the momentum in everything. The problem with pool party is that it shouldn't be named after Jordan Poole. It feels too pool centric. It does. So I'm gonna have to keep work shopping ideas. Please do. Please do. I didn't like I didn't like I immediately vetoed all the ones you threw. I know. There's a lot on the Internet that I've only, you know, there's only so much time to be looking at the thousands of recommendations. As cousin Greg told Kendall in succession, the Internet is quite large. It is. You have to have time to read all of it. And Twitter is a special, a special subset of that. There was a play last night. The words didn't score on it, but just a window into just how much of a pain in the butt this is. Steph runs a double drag pick and roll with clay is the first screener. So that's already like, okay, both the splash brothers are involved. One of them has the ball. That stinks for me. And loony. So dramon was even on the floor. Looney was the second screener. Okay, that's a problem, right? So Steph goes around both screens, jokic is on loony. He slides off of jokic and a little back besides off of loony and a little backward into the paint to contain Steph. Clay then spins around and comes off a loony pick and there's nobody there because jokic is in the paint. Clay's guy navigates a screen. Okay, everything's fine. Steph then throws the ball to Looney, jokic is nowhere nearby 'cause he's had to contain stuff and then clay, and pool flies up from the right corner around a dribble, a handoff from Looney and shoots a wide open three and misses it, but that's the kind of action where it's like, when you put draymond in Looney's place there, it's just too hard to guard. There's too much going on. I'm trying to pull up the stat really quickly from last night because what the warriors shot on wide open shots was pretty incredible. And just the fact that they had so much opportunity to shoot that many wide open shots, 48% of the warriors field goal attempts in game two were uncontested, Zach. I mean, that's just shows. It seems bad. That seems bad. Not just shows. Again, how they are maneuvering and again, you kind of have to give credit but not the credit you want to Denver's defense. The fact that they can pick apart that so much that guys are just sitting wide, wide open. 48% of their shots were uncontested. I mean, that is just absolutely crazy..
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"There's just a lot there. So it would have been pretty low odds for me, I guess, that there would have been an incident before the series started. I was listening to Ryan russolo talk about this and I think he nailed this part of it. Kyrie keeps saying, can we get past this? Can we just be normal? I have a lot of good memories in Boston. First of all, you don't. Like you didn't have a lot of good memories in Boston. Second of all, small details. Russo was right. This is not how sports works. You don't get to say to the fan base, I'll stay here forever. And then leave and then three years later, be like, why can't you just treat me like a normal player? Like, that's not how it works. That's not how fandom works. And obviously, the NBA can not have a league where players are flipping off vans left and right, and there's obscene gestures all over the place. So that can't be. That said, I do think it should be okay for players to yap back at fans. Even if they drop an F bomb at them because these fans are saying the teensy teensy teensy minority of fans that we're talking about are saying really nasty stuff to players. And what I liked about what kairi said after the game was, sometimes again, you can't just be flipping people off left and right. But he said sometimes I like to look them in the eye and see if they're really about it because most of the time they're not. And I like that because fans by virtue of going into this gladiatorial and is that even a word whatever environment feel like I have a license to scream the nastiest stuff at the players over and over again and what Kyrie means I want to say if they're about it is some percentage of those fans. Maybe a very large percentage of them. If they saw Kyrie Irving at a coffee shop, would either say nothing. I would never say anything to me. Or no. No. Or Tim, they'd go up and be like, hey man. Get his autograph. Big fan. You're an awesome player. Can I have your autograph? But in the arena, they're calling them names and being profane. And I just think it should be for okay for players to fire back a little bit within some boundaries of decency. That's all. So I liked what he said after the game about it. And look, I think it's probably it's probably been, I mean, I shouldn't say probably. I think we could say with pretty pretty good certainty. There's been back and forth between players and fans for as long as there's been games. It's just there haven't been smartphones in the stands for people to catch all this stuff, right? Like that's the part of it that is new is there's the ability to catch this stuff in real time. I'm sure Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley and Jack and Kobe and all these guys were saying things to fans back in the day. But magic and Larry Bird, I'm sure, got into it with fans. But like there was nobody with a camera right there recording it every time. And look, to your point about the way the fans interact with stuff, I mean, it's just an extension of social media, really, right? It's like, it's like people on social media say all kinds of horrible things to everybody, whether it's writers or athletes or whoever our politicians that they would not say to somebody's face because there's no consequence to it, right? Whereas, like you said, if you see somebody in the street, be like, oh, hey, you're the best. You know you're trying to graph, or not say anything at all. You're not going to go up to them and say the kinds of stuff that people say online. And yeah, I mean, that stuff is terrible. There's no room for that anywhere in society. I don't think Devin Booker got fined for calling a fan an obscene name. And I don't think I Googled it, I couldn't find anything. I didn't fact check with the NBA because I didn't have time this morning. I don't think Durant got fined for telling the fan to sit down and shut the F up. It was like a month ago, maybe. And it was from the baseline. I think you might even have been inbounding the ball when he said it. He was like $75,000. See, I don't think he should be fine for that. What's the fine for? So and the guy didn't say anything. He was fined for directing obscene language toward a fan. That was what he was fine for. I don't think he should be. Now if you there are obviously different levels of obscenity, right? Like I don't want to get into like Supreme Court litigation and definitions of obscenity and all this. If you just tell a fan, shut the up, I just don't think you should be fine for that. Depending a little bit on what the fan says. Now the fan in this case said something like KD, we need you to take over the game. It was kind of like an innocuous criticism. So maybe overreacted, I just don't I know Booker didn't get fined. I just think of fans are going over the line. The player should be able to gently within the bounds of decency, be like, dude, can you just like shut the up? I'm trying to play basketball and you're being an idiot. I think that should be okay. Anyway, that's the end of my story. Mister bontemps enjoy Canada and I will see you soon at a playoff game somewhere in the Eastern Conference. Can't wait, buddy. Thanks for having me. Support for this podcast and the following message comes from super cut for some hair has a way of growing back faster than we wanted to, and somehow we can feel like we need more haircuts..
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Horford on the opposite side of the floor specifically as a decoy to occupy claxton, who's the only help defender would never scare jaylen Brown. I just thought that was a, that play got lost in the Tatum shuffle. By the way, you know what other play that I thought it took me like four hours after the game to remember. So the Celtics won by one. You know what play just I had forgotten about that is like in retrospect. Yes. When Kyrie was like, no one's here. I have to inbound the ball in 5 seconds or call a timeout and Marcus smart stolen and dunked it. Dude, you lost the game by one point. And that happened. That's crazy. Anyway, continue with the last minute. Well, no, and that fits in with the same theme too, right? You give up an easy bucket to go down the other end, Kyrie clearly wanted to hit the dagger shot, wouldn't pass the ball, desperately tried to get open. Al Horford was all over the place in that possession. And the other key thing there too is when Kyrie throws a ball out to Kevin Durant, Jason Tatum was locked in, didn't step away from Durant, was able to contest that shot. And then they go down the other end and the Celtics three or four months ago, Jalen Brown might have just tried to score over Bruce Brown and Gordon dragons on that play, right? Instead, he sees he's got a chance to move the ball, he moves the ball, Marcus smart moves the ball, and they get a wide open layout because Bruce Brown was the only guy into a lesser extent Nick claxton, who was moving on defense for the nets. And Kevin Durant and in particular Kai Irving were just standing there watching. And ultimately, the nets couldn't play defense on those two plays. It couldn't be locked in on their two biggest defensive possessions of the game. And you mentioned that in bounce pass, like you can't have a play like that in a game like that. You can't just give up two points by not having anyone come get the ball, right? And I just think the Celtics play harder than them. And I think over the course of this series, the Celtics have enough length and bodies in guys like Derrick white, Marcus smart to throw a Kyrie and jaylen Brown and Jason tait and throw a Kevin Durant. I just think it's going to be so hard for them to score over and over and over again in the series that I just think Boston is going to have enough to wear them down. Okay, we obviously can have games like you did yesterday or Sunday. Kevin Durant is very capable of having 45 points every game. You will play better. But the fact that he even looked as uncomfortable as he did to me was just a credit to the way Boston played and their defense has been incredible. The past two or three months and I think it's what's going to get him through the series, but look, there's a heck of a lot of talent on the floor, go some high level game, some high level shots, some kind of a play, and I'm very excited to see how the rest of that series goes. Yeah, I mean, just to put it simply, this is a hunt the weak spot series for both teams. Find the small guy, find the weak spot and load up and then, okay, get the switch, then the defense loads up. You make a play from there with our stars, right? Brooklyn has the best player and let's say the second best scorer maybe, although, you know, actually I'm not sure that Kyrie's a better score than Tatum. We'll talk about that in a second. But yeah, Boston has more Brooklyn, I guess, offers more weak spots for Boston to pick at Boston's best lineups offer no weak spots for Brooklyn to pick at. It's why I picked I just think Boston's a more complete team. I kept saying to be the team like Boston or Milwaukee, you gotta be healthy and clicking and the nets have never been fully healthy and never been fully clicking. It's why despite the fact that they're fearsome, I picked Boston and 6 and when Kyrie made that not only made that shot when they took when they took a lead in the fourth quarter. I said to myself, they now need to win this game because if they lose this game, it's going to be a gut punch to them. We'll see how they rebound. We'll see how the rebound. Obviously, you mentioned, you mentioned those 9009 KD minutes, the Celtics have to make sure they don't have a target for Kyrie in those minutes, right? Like he was out like Peyton Pritchard was out there in those Kyrie minutes without KD. Tice. To me, that's a mistake. We're all tied to a lesser extent, but like, to me, Pritchard should get out there in the KD minutes because even if even if Kevin gets switched on to him, he's going to he's going to get a shot over anybody. But if Kyrie gets a chance to get cooking like that, like Kyrie will shoot 8 times in a row. Like obviously got going to start at that fourth quarter. And when I talked about the nets unforced errors, to be fair, on the other side, the Celtics, if they had, like you said, when they gave up that lead, I was thinking the same thing as you, they have to win that game. When you go back to the start of the fourth quarter, the Celtics had all these breakouts and transition where they took crazy rushed shots that they didn't need to take, you know, they were trying to like, you know, Al Horford missed a tip dunk and Jalen Brown had a couple layups like they had a lot of careless turnovers and bad like they should have been able to maintain that lead despite the way Kyrie was shooting, but they got, he started making shots, they got sped up, they started making mistakes and, you know, when the nets are clicking and Katie or kairi or both of them are shooting and scoring like that, you can not, you can not try to keep up with that and try to like, oh, we gotta match them right away because if you get in that mentality, they're just gonna be able to outscore you. And that's where the Celtics will get in trouble if they fall into that trap again. How many guys are better than Jason Tatum right now? In the NBA. Like, we always say top ten player top 12 player top ten player. Here's the list right now of guys who I think are better than Jason Tatum. All right, your spring is on it. I didn't even get the chance to think about it..
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Usually run, they ran about like 37 per hundred possessions in the regular season. That's 23 per hundreds in this series. We'll get into that. But anyway, they switch and then tyrese maxis in the right corner and whoever was on tyrese maxi, I can't remember who it was goes to rescue van vliet out of the embiid matchup. So there's this little window where tyrese maxi is like semi unguarded. Right in that moment, Hardin, who's a genius pastor, zip understands exactly what's going on. Probably anticipates it. Zips maxi the ball, and the whole key to it is maxi's gone before he even catches the ball. He's running into the catch. And that's why he's so good. And by the way, you watch some of these. He is a one man fast break. We overuse that phrase. And you watch some of them? Toronto needs to win the offensive rebounding game and they know. And they're crashing really hard from everywhere, including sometimes from like the top of the arc, which is dangerous. Every time maxi sees that, whether he gets the rebound or someone hits ahead to him, he's gone and it's one on one. No one can stop him gone. One man fast break. And by the way, the other guy, I don't really care where James Harden ranks on the hierarchy. It's fashionable to Don James art and I get why the other guy we haven't mentioned. Hold on a second. Hold on. I'm not saying that to be fashionable. He has no burst at all, like well and forward. But don't you think sometimes don't you think the weird part of his sometimes he does when he's gotten Gary Trent on him, he's blown by Gary Trent, Gary Trent sick. Maybe that's why. He's gotten inside inside water, so to speak on Fred van vliet, but malachi Flynn stuffed him one on one malachi Flynn. If first of all, if mount kaifeng's in the game that's bad news for Toronto and not only that, there are times he passes out where they're giving him his right hand. They're giving it to him and normally hardened just takes that and says, look, I'm lefty, but you're giving me it. I'm going. I'm James Harden. And he's passing out of it. So yes, I agree with you. And I'm not saying you're being fashionable. I'm just saying, we get caught up in this who's the second best guy, third best guy, whatever. The guy I was going to mention was Tobias Harris, who very quietly has 46 points in two games and being perfect to buy his hair is. He might have played his two best games as a sixer the past two games. Like his with the way their team is, he might be their best perimeter defender, which is, you know, an issue window it onto itself, but he's been great. And he's catching and shooting now, which is even said, he was talking about it after game two. He's always been a guy that's used to kind of catching the ball, holding the ball, isolating, doing stuff. And he spent a lot of time since the trade focused on make it quicker decisions. Doing a lot more catch and shoots, doing a lot more, you know, get the ball and move it. And when he's playing like this, when he's aggressive and decisive, it's really the thing Doc Rivers has talked about since he got to Philly last year after having him in LA when Tobias makes quick decisions and his decisive and aggressive. Even if it's just an aggressive pass, he's a much better player than if he sits on the ball and waits to think about what he's going to do. And he has been decisive at both ends. He's been super aggressive on Pascal siakam, he's really played well on him. He has been terrific through two games. And they're going to need him to play like that going forward, you know, when they probably faced Miami in the second round. Yeah, he's got to have, he's got a bottle up a little of what maxi has with his decisiveness. You know, like Tobias is the guy in the restaurant who's looking at the menu too long and the whole table is like, dude, can you just order and tyrese max he's like, I don't even need the menu. Here's what I want. Go cook this for me. The other thing you mentioned siakam, just a random aside. I actually think Doc Rivers and other popular punching bag has done a lot of nice things in this series. Notably last night switching and bead onto siakam and putting Harris on a chua or in an OB depending on where hard it wanted to be. I thought changed the whole game because siakam was having his way with Harris and embiid is going to give him jump shots, Pascal's not going to want to take him. Now he's not going to just give him 18 footers. He's going to contest those and if you run siakam a chua pick and rolls, they're just going to switch that because embiid's already on siakam anyway. I thought that was a really a really smart adjustment. And I think the staggering patterns are pretty good, like he's not over staggering embiid and hard and he's even sat them together here and there, which I don't really like, but he's not, he's minimizing the minutes they're apart. The reason that's happening is because tyrese maxi has taken a pretty massive step forward and he's the guy that's carrying the offense in those moments, right? Like that was the thing. The reason the game shifted at the start of the second quarter of game two was because the raptors went James Harden pass. Like to me, you have to now play James Harden to score..
"andrews" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"If you don't get many costs today, you will not like this game. If you do, you will. If you come across a super triple play jackpot, don't know the return you can enter into regular video poker software, and it will come out to be a 130% or so. You then take that number, multiply by 5 and divide by 7, and that will give you the actual return taking the consideration that it's the 7 coin bet. All right, we're back to Chris Andrews. Deshaun Watson. He's been signed by the browns after faking everybody out and saying browns were off his list. I'm wondering if that had anything that affected your world in that one day. And then the league so far hasn't announced what kind of suspension he will face. If any. Has that affected the futures prices..
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Bring in our warriors expert reporter, Maven, the super talented, somewhat nudie ESPN, but not that new Kendra Andrews, how are you? What an intro? I'm good. I'm good. How are you? I'm doing better than the warriors presumptive starting lineup, which as you pointed out in your game story last night reacting to the Celtics blowout win in San Francisco. I almost said in Oakland, which would have probably punctured like a small dagger in your heart. Is played exactly one possession together the entire year and that was the jump ball draymond intentional foul on Klay Thompson's return. Steph Curry, strained ligament in his foot after Marcus smart, dove into him for a loose ball last night drawing the ire of Steve Kerr Kendra. You and I have both been talking to warriors people this morning. They just loads just reported the timetable that there's optimism you will be ready for the start of the playoffs. What are you hearing from inside warriors headquarters? Yeah, I mean, there's optimism that he'll be around for the playoffs. But as you said Zach, you know, when you're starting 5 has only played 7 seconds together, that not barely counts as playing any time. There's a concern level draymond green was saying on Wednesday night after that Celtics game, it feels like every time we get someone back, someone else goes down, consistency is so important to any team in particular, this team that is trying to integrate some younger players, some new players that haven't played together before this season. So there's some concern just about the timing of the season. Of course, getting stuff back by the playoffs is huge. It's needed, if not, who knows what's going to happen for their success, but not having him for the final 13 games of the season. Just as you get draymond back, it definitely hurts what they're trying to do. Here's where we are. 47 and 23, third in the west, 11th in offense, third in defense. I actually think all this panic Kendra about how their defense fell apart without draymond green was like completely overblown. In two months without draymond, they worked 9 or ten depending on what metric you prefer in defense. I actually think that's pretty good. Like you take the best defensive player off your team and you remain in the end of the top ten. I think that's pretty good. This is still an elite defensive team. However, Steph is now injured. You just hit on the continuity issues. They are third. Now they already trail Memphis by a game. They are at risk of losing depending on how the rest of the season goes and Steph may not play in any of these games. They have games left against Utah and Memphis and I don't think they have any against Dallas actually. No, no. But they are at risk of losing the tiebreak to every one of Memphis, Utah, and Dallas, Dallas, one they've already lost based on head to head matchups. Utah and Memphis because the NBA is stupid and clings to the tradition of divisions have the division winner tiebreak over the warriors who have done misfortune of being in the sun's division. It's on the table that they fall to 5th. It's not out of the realm of possibility. Yeah, and you look at the makeup of their schedules act and on this upcoming road trip that they have, you know, they have two back to back series Orlando Miami, then Washington Memphis, then later after they get back, they have a back to back Utah Sacramento and Klay Thompson still isn't playing in back to back series, draymond green is still under somewhat of a minute restriction. So if you don't have stuff out there and you don't have clay, which presumably will happen, at least three of those games, that's losing a lot of their offense, a lot of their scoring, then draymond, it seems to be that restriction is getting eliminated quickly, but you're still some type of restrictions there. It feels, yeah, standings wise, it doesn't feel great for the warriors right now. The value of being third, which right now would get you a first round matchup against Denver who's 42 and 28 and we'll see where they finish up, but they're two games back in the lost column before. If I let's just say for the sake of not breaking our brains, that Denver stays in 6th. The value of being third versus fourth and 5th really sort of is in the eye of the beholder. If Denver doesn't get Murray and Porter back and this is just who they are, I do think I'd rather play them even though I'm absolutely terrified of jokic in a 7 game series than Dallas or Utah. Maybe I think, but in addition, three gets me out of the suns, half of the bracket, falling to four or 5. I've got to play in this scenario. Anyway, Utah Dallas and then Phoenix, I think the three seed depending on what happens with Denver, I think that has real value and I think the warriors probably half of their brain doesn't really care because they're like, we're the warriors. Like clay and draymond have already come out and said, basically, draymond said, we're winning the championship. And I think there's probably some people within the warriors who are like, huh, that path that path from three seems better for us than the path from four or 5. Do you think they care? I do. I do think that there is some care there. Draymond is never going to admit that, right? You're not going to, he's not going to show his cards and say, well, we really are gunning for this because we want this match up where we feel this, or even we feel better about having home court advantage and XYZ versus that. I don't think it's the number one thing on their brain and they're putting all of their eggs into a certain standing basket. But there is going to be some care because as you said, they're smart people and their smart players, they know that some matchups are more favorable than others. I was talking about this with Brian windhorst and Mark skewers the other day. Also, when it comes to just like home court advantage versus not on current advantage, yes, the wears their veteran players have so much experience in the playoffs where that might not matter to them. But as I said before, they have a lot of players who have never played in the playoffs before and don't quite understand what the postseason beast is. And so for them, Jordan Poole, Jonathan, you know, want to Gary Payton the second, having hill court advantage probably is important to them just because they've never been in the postseason and they haven't had to experience what it's like to go into someone else's house and not have that advantage for the first two games and then if it goes on further. You forgot about Moses moody who on this podcast on this podcast is forever known as moody Moses. Not even this just this podcast in my head too. It's my initial inclination to always call a Modi move and then I have to oh wait, that's not your actual name. I'm sorry. Shout out perk that was at all an all timer and no, I will never let perk with that down even though if you put all of us on TV long enough, we are going to have a moody Moses moody Madrid moment. It's going to happen. So Kendra, for the last two months, I have been asked on podcasts, television shows, conversations, how worried are you about the warriors as they went, I think 15 and 15 over a 30 game stretch without draymond. How are you worried? How worried should we be? And I just consistently said, I don't care. I'm not worried, wake me up when draymond is back. Clay is just finding his footing after two and a half years away. And by the way, clay's games being nitpicked to death. Like, I just look like the same defensive player. He's kind of not the same four as he's only shooting X from these two shooting too many long twos. He's pressing. For two and a half years off and it's not like two and a half years he sat on a beach for two and a half years recovering from two of the most severe injuries of basketball player can suffer. Klay Thompson looks incredible. As the bucks how Klay Thompson looks after he put up 38 on them in a blowout win over Milwaukee, the only game Milwaukee has lost in like three weeks. The other day in San Francisco, I just, I'm just not worried..
"andrews" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"So i thank you all right. So here's my interview with brian andrews and geoffrey wilson. Hi everybody this is allen with. Meet the author and the podcast. Today i won't being back. Andrews and wilson who the best-selling writing team of brian andrews and geoffrey wilson authors of several series. We're just discuss this off before. I hit the record button if i going. They have shepherds the shepherd series. Tier one sons of valor role. Gasset the ninth book and the wb griffith presidential agencies series is coming out and so they right action adventure. Covert operation novels which honor the herrick men and women who serve in the military and intelligence communities. Always fun to talk to these guys. The latest book intercept will be available on september seventh Welcome back podcast guys. Thanks for having us back. It's always good to talk you. Our ginger homer got all the books i love. You guys work. So i was excited to read it and dark intercept interceptors Is no different than just finished. It yesterday really enjoyed it So we'll get into that So so dark intercept so. This is the first of three novels right if the for the shepherd series what we at least three we hope star dino. Yes it is. It's the first book in a new series called the shepherds and dark interceptors book one. So yeah we're super excited to get it out there and so can you give us an overview of the series yet. Jeff take that one and then the next we absolutely so so the series is something we actually been playing around with for a few years alan. It's it's an idea that we had but you know as as you know we've got a lot of different things going on so we sort of brainstormed it out and even wrote a fifty pages or so and it was sitting in a drawer ready to go and when the opportunity presented itself we were super excited to move forward with it so the premise of the shepherd series. Is this idea that there is unseen forces of good and evil at battle with one another in the background of all that we see in the world. So i think that right now. The last few years especially with all the chaos that we see in the world and violence and terrorism and pandemics. And it's actually not difficult to imagine this struggle between good and evil going on and so our premise was. What if in the as you know. We talked about this many times on your show. We always start every series in every book with that. What if question. What if there was a covert operations team that was working worldwide. A global unit. That was working on that aspect of the problem. I wanna tell too much You know in in spoil them spoil the first book but what if there was this covert team and so we launched the series in dark intercepts with our hero. Jedidiah johnson who is a retired navy seal. He's reluctant relief retired. He's a medic. got injured. These medically retiring after fifteen years..
"andrews" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show
"In two thousand fifteen. . The author of Cities Must Retain Andrews and his business partner sold their product business. . A small team of fifteen people and they're able to sell the business for a multi seven figure amount now Dan. Says . he doesn't regret selling the business, , but he does regret some of the decisions he made along the way or even how he went about selling the business. . One of the things that he shares in the book are some of the takeaways or some of the findings he gathered when interviewing other entrepeneurship sold businesses, , and the interesting thing is, , is that when people sell a business not because they're like I'm selling this business because the optimal time to sell and I'm going to cash in and I'm GonNa, make , all this money. . Most people say the sold their business. . Because they were just tired they were rundown. . There are ready to move on these just weren't enjoying the process anymore. . and. . That's not a good place to be when you're selling your business. . Why? ? Because you're just not gonNA get top dollar you're in a vulnerable place. . So in this book, , Dan, , Andrews Five thought experiments for you to go through five things for you to consider scenarios that, Hey, , , what if you did this instead or what if he did this before you sold? ? And the names of these five experiments are the lifestyle ladder, , the mock tax rebate with the mediocre CEO the hidden upsides. . The cash conundrum and finally the dirty secret. . Now, , I wouldn't be doing Andrews Justice if it went deep into what these thought experiments are had to do them, , he does a great job explaining how to actually set these up in your mind and make sure you consider them. . Before you exit. . They're. . designed. . To give you clarity and confidence. . As you think about selling your business. . Now, , I, , want to say that the reason why this book is so helpful is it's so different from other business books that Talk Selling Your Business this book on about how to get the most money for your business or negotiated deal or even when is the best time to sell? ? It actually deals with a far greater important matter. . When it comes to selling your business, , you and the emotional side of things, , your identity after sell really understanding why you want to sell in maybe you can sell that problem that's causing a cell without selling this book is Actually Abou- making sure you're making the right decision when it comes to selling your business and presenting some alternatives. . A lot of people don't consider other options. . I'll share with you many people still business because there's just tired of the day to day work, , they have to do managing people being on top of everything and just the daily pressures of growing and expanding and looking over your shoulder when competition is loom, , Inc. . so they say, , you know what? ? I want to wash my hands of this and I want to sell this business cash-out born people forget about when you sell your business is that you probably are selling your greatest asset. . It's your money maker. . It's the thing that has the most value probably in your life we're talking monetary value. . Of course, , you really should think twice before just giving it up. . One alternative is, , why don't you just remove yourself from the business I know that sounds overly simplistic but plenty of people do it where they say you know what I don't WanNa, , do this business anymore I'm gonNA hire a CEO. . I'm going to hire a president of operations or president for my company to take over and I'm not gonNA work. . I'm basically GONNA retire I'm GonNa give this person salary maybe it will give him a a slice of profit share have some sort of bonus scheme and this person is going to be fresh blood. . They're gonNA come in and guess what I have a money making machine on my hands any profits I make can go into my pocket I can maybe work out if I can pay myself a salary as a director and just me with my president once a month and the rest of my days I could be semi-retired. . On other projects, , this is actually an option. . A lot of people do why? ? Because they just can't sell their business maybe they don't find the right buyer maybe they can't find the right price. . So instead of saying, , okay, , I'm a slave to this. . They say, , no, , I'M GONNA leave the business and I'm going to hire somebody to take over and what this does. . It turns your mindset from being a business owner into an investor and this is really one of the gems of this book got us are looking at. . Your Business as an investment, , how much time and effort and <hes> you know capital we've put into this business. . Are you getting your return on investment if not change things around and remove yourself from the business as if you were an investor as if you are buying this business, , imagine you're buying your own business what would you do? ? Maybe you would just say, , Hey, I'll , hire somebody to to run it a new CEO and I will get a return on my investment. . You can do this with your own business. .
"andrews" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"I'm walking down the aisle he was doing finger puppets in sign with the shadows. In hockey players are sitting there. Just cracking out. Watch that the taking out of the bed to write down about this guy from the line of the back of line is. That's my favorite thing. Yeah you just came more. We all want be. Why would you call them? All the way back here are. I like I follow his daughter on instagram issue. Will Earth things of him and he posted. She posted something of a day where I think she's trying to like film him with something and he was just like you know it was. It was in the same story as the birds. Yes that was arsenic myself. He hates birds does not like are all. He's a guy who would be perfect for instagram. But I also WanNa mayor because instagram tonight. So you go on twitter. But he should be on instagram in like so many weddings going through People if you if you could put him on a live Cam for thirty minutes a day during quarantine like I would pay nine thousand nine hundred and it's just it's genius it is. It really really is genius. I guess I don't know I'm trying to remember all these little stories because we obviously weren't present to know what was going on. It was all jerry odd like coming back to him during the ceremony or even now telling stories but injured spouse. He talks about Seinfeld. Ed I guess I think wrenching Seinfeld. Larry goes.
"andrews" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"She was a beauty queen in the seventies and she was the leading lady in a male dominated industry and I love the people. Now are saying such fabulous things. I hope they were to her face back that you know. Of course I mean what she. Probably I mean of awarding telecast in the late seventies and eighties like forget it. Yeah after winning Miss America may knock it off yeah. Let's go to a couple of fun things before I let you go so what I saw some tweet from you. The cooking's not going. Well dump the whole thing cornstarch in our kitchen and. I don't know if I've discussed this with you before. But Jarrett's like Monica Geller from friends very Houston about cleanliness. And you know I can. I can leave my para shorts on the side of the bed for about three days without moving. And then the weird stare so I was trying to make a stir FRY. We needed a little. Bit Of cornstarch. It went right through my fingers and it exploded on the floor and he just looked at me and it was like the Ralphie moment from Christmas story. Ofa JOB AFTER CLEANUP. No and he didn't speak to me probably for an hour because he was with Q. Tabs trying to get him out of the cracks wine tremendous and then after dinner. I think we had a couple of drinks and I was loading the dishwasher and I said favor I'm sorry and he's like it's fine. It's fine in that. I basically went bowling with one of our salad bowls. I frigging dropped. It cracked into a million pieces. Where am I? This isn't going to stay out of that room. Guidance handed these cute side that is oh my God did you Did you. Are you watching Friday Night Lights? He went on twitter and said were what what. Where do we stand? So this is where I stand I don't like the start of sense. I tried watching it the first month of quarantine you guys throw me into an episode. Were Star quarterback breaks act? And he's got screws in his head with a halo and I mean I'm already gory. Renite at six thirty at night. Because of Lester Holt reports. I can't do hospital rooms right there. That's I'm we're full locked and loaded on billions right now. We're in season three. We do about two episode tonight. It's awesome everyone. Likes that Joe? But you you. And Jared both promise. You'RE GONNA watch the office because jared huge huge Seinfeld guy not and I told you guys to watch the office. You both said you would and still in office so just straight. I'm not happy about that but didn't even say that season one of the offices at Tad slow in season one is only six episodes. So like the I. I think the first one is. What's a little slow but once you get your episode to which would not even get on TV today because it's offensive than it. Then you'll get the appreciation for okay. Fine Full Jarrah. If jared like Seinfeld he would love the office tough. We were dying. We at a quarantine likes driveway. Birthday party were just like everybody brought lawn chairs. And we're all sitting around like six feet apart and whenever buddies had On and we are dying. You should bring up. Larry because if you bring Larry. I'm just going to ask you a million questions about Larry being at your wedding because it's that to me like Larry David in real life a wedding. I can't think of a more like perfect thing to witness so there was a curb episode. We're so weird. We just started watching season Tennessee. No Jarrett's watch some of the curbs that we started watching season ton and vague go to a destination wedding season. Ten in the room is crappy. I guess the rupiah is to invite away wasn't crappy but we were kind of like. Oh God God is going to have anything to do with our wedding out. We actually found out of really good story about Larry at our wedding a couple months ago on someone told us this story so the night before our wedding. We kind of did a welcome dinner where we just had everyone you know. Come to this dinner. 'cause obviously dragged their butts out to Montana and that's where Larry was first on the scene because he didn't go golfing with the guy that afternoon. So we had all this you know kind of buffet style for everyone to go get their food and we had chicken parm station. 'cause Jarrett loves chicken PARM AND THEY COOKED on Blah Blah Blah so. There's a line for the chicken parm station and Larry's in the back talking to some of the hockey players and apparently we don't know who it was but one of our friends. That was all the way in the front of the chicken. Parm station wanted to be with him. So came back to talk to him and Waris looked at him and goes hold on. Were you just in the front of the Chicken Parm? Yeah I was and he goes but you just came back here in your where we all want to be and I guess all our buddy said he instantly took out a no at inserted writing down or that see. That story puts me right in heaven. That's why I would do anything. Like Oh my God that is so Larry that is like you're sitting you and are watching a wedding episode of curb and he came to your destination wedding like there could be material that for him that if we just a whole thing we're like. Oh My Gosh. Can WE VEGAS ANYTHING FROM OUR WEDDING ON THIS? And the other thing we heard was so we got married on top of this mountain. It was freaking hot but it was cold on the day whatever. We can't do anything about the time we thought it was GONNA snow. And apparently so I haven't seen Marianna golf course my husband has. He said that he just doused himself with. Sunscreen usually may or may not mix it in but he was so hot he put his blazer on top of his head and his date at my wedding said that the tags were still on in China. Pull them off and he's like no no no leave him but apparently like as we're walking. I'm walking down the aisle he was doing finger puppets in sign with the shadows. In hockey players are sitting there. Just cracking out. Watch that the taking out of the ped- to write down about this guy from the line of the back line is. That's my favorite thing. Yeah you just came more. We all want be. Why would you call them? All the way back here are. I like I follow his daughter on instagram issue. Will Earth things of him and he posted. She posted something of a day where I think she's trying to like film him with something and he was just like you know it was. It was in the same story as the birds. Yes that was arsenic myself. He hates birds does not like are all. He's a guy who would be perfect for instagram. But I also WanNa mayor because instagram tonight. So you go on twitter. But he should be on instagram in like so many weddings going through People if you if you could put him on a live Cam for thirty minutes a day during quarantine like I would pay nine thousand nine hundred and it's just it's genius it is. It really really is genius. I guess I don't know I'm trying to remember all these little stories because we obviously weren't present to know what was going on. It was all.
"andrews" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"So that was nice. Yeah we're having a good time doing it. I mean you know I. I don't think Fox predicted us to be to be talked about in quarantine but we appreciate goodness for hosts so that's Kelsey one was when Chris ended up in her car. Because yeah all Russell Wilson at drafted thon right. We were calendar about your wife. I go out just like Russell's it's so funny because every time I have someone on like Schrager Recount Brandon like the media people working from home like the dealing with the tech stuff. Is I find it so amusing because Kyle said it? I said this on the Kyle or it was like I spend my entire day. So can you hear me? Can you see me? It's like so true? It's basically we did that on. This podcast can don't hear you. Yeah Yeah I mean I'm pretty good with staff anyways in my life. I've been helping my husband out because he's been doing zoom calls with the coaching staff development staff with the Los Angeles kings the biggest thing. That's driving me nuts. During this whole thing is we have construction going on on both sides. Our House and it is like one day they're ripping up the road and you know putting in concrete or they're you know just sawing something and you're like holy crap and then the next day they're doing it on the other side yesterday. I just lost it. I mean we went to go take how easy to go to the bathroom outside now. I was just. I didn't have one I was causing. The whole time was like this sucks. Cygnus injured kept saying it's fine. It's almost over. Just relax like they pull up one more sidewalk or piece in the road. I'm GONNA live by buying staving. The podcast and my neighbor next door. They're landscapers came in the one block. But I want you have to help. Jared with the technology stuff is that. I mean what a gem he is. I mean he just doesn't like the whole thing is like well. They're actually. He works with the development team. And so he's actually working with the guys in the minor leagues now and they have to keep them interested in shape updated so he was practicing with me. He'd go upstairs. I'd be down in the office and he'd send me an invite to. Its webex or something like that and he'd be like do you see what I'm trying to share with you and I'm like I see you also don't have to screen from upstairs because I'm listening to you on the Web APPs Wyatt Webex saying and then he brings computer downstairs and it would make that huge screeching thing in my Jarrett. I got it I got it. So the in is when he likes to do his from our dining room table which is great. But it's right in the middle of where the kitchen is and where are like stairs are so it's like you can't come down rocking a sports bra or like the PJ's grabbing a cup of coffee or it's like hey guys hey G. M. L. A. Games no. Yeah I'm always think they can. You go downstairs. Vexes companies thought. So it's fine outdistance like I can't get enough of the quarantine stories like that. They love people just trying to do regular day to day lives in bizarre things. If you hear a mouth breather right now. That's how who just came in from a walk at nyu think I was like sucking on the microphone. You gotta kind of walk. The dogs he this episode of the podcast is sponsored by sleep number. A healthy lifestyle should be easy right veggies. Drink Green smoothies exercise to get heart rate up and then do yoga? Bring your heart rate down. Well maybe it's not so easy but there is something that helps improve everything and you can do it with your eyes closed. It's sleep sleep. Number knows what it takes to sleep your best sleep number three sixty smart.
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"Dan. Patrick Show Really Schrager Chris. Long or after a few congress on the road yard. I've offer or trained dermatologist. Vice of agitprop stars because Zigal now being an extra earnings from what does knocked me other. I couldn't walk seinfeld anymore. I couldn't watch you know any other thing so it was like going to town on my face and I walked out of the bathroom in Cheeses or you don yet. Soon instead of pulling hair out of my head. I'm like extracting everything that's ever been in my skin since I was in fifth grade. Probably you need like a guest starring role on Doctor Triple Pop God. I can't like watch it without looking away but when it comes to try and do you know. Get things out of my skin. I just think I am like I went to school for it. It's disgusting. I can't yeah that I mean listen. You have it much worse than the Women. Have much worse than men's but it's you know. I looked in the mirror. The of the dam like the eyebrows growth was just really completely out of control. Good save that because like I was actually full on examining my eyebrows last night and there's just some areas it won't grow refused grow because I think you know when I was younger. I was like plucking doing that. Fun like thin. Line situation that they had in the nineties. So enjoy every minute of that. Don't pay when you don't have to go into an office. It's just the up kit. What what is the deal with like are you? What's the deal with jared tear like? Have you proposed giving him a haircut really now? Let you go near his head with scissors. What's now my husband's way to vein. He you know He. There was a minute where he was talking about. Maybe you know having me go up there with a razor and then I was like no way and how. I'm touching you because thanks for this job am GonNa hate the way it looks in be. You'RE GONNA be pissed so actually there's a guy around here that everybody's friends with that was kind of doing haircuts for the boys and they would be in the driveway. And everybody's wearing masks and stuff like that so it's totally fine by me. That would have been a good though. No never obviously we all know what the deal is with Fox sports in the NFL back. What's the deal dancing with the stars right now? It was it supposed to be on now. Is it a fall show because I was like? What your status a yeah. We were actually this off season anyway so we are to come back usually right when football comes back to make things. Harry scary for me. So it on 'til thanksgiving so I mean we are up in the air. I mean I saw that are renewed. I texted a few people to see if there was any news. But it's just I mean it's like the six o'clock news out here in L. A. And I know you how you have it out there in New York. It's just everything is just so up in the air. I mean retail stores are starting to open up here. We're on the same plane as you guys are in terms of being locked down So in terms of Hollywood TV shows. And I mean I guess even games just nobody knows right. Now it's crazy as I guess. Joe Teams like obviously to people dancing. So that's an issue. Yeah I would stay away from. Most of the people like doesn't seem but those two people are going to be pretty pretty tense for them. I guess yeah I mean I think like Wii Eliminate the audience right because or try to figure out a way to keep the audience. I just don't think you can have an audience right now. That's a very very tight Studio and then. Tom And I can obviously be pretty far apart. And then interviewing The dancers you can do those long boom mics that you have seen other reporters us But Yeah I mean. The biggest thing are the dancers and everybody that comes together now. are dancers are awesome in terms of. They'll do anything for this show. So if you have to tell the nail to be quarantined together on the Lauder in an apartment complex the to get back on the show I think the stars in the celebrities would be carnival interesting twist to it all because these people have some of them have families. You know significant others. They WANNA be quarantined on our show. Our show takes about three months so just not sure how they're going to do it besides the old. Let's take your temperature and if you get sick You know yeah. I haven't heard any specifics but I've definitely kind of thought about scenarios in how they would handle it. It's GonNa be interesting unless they do dancing six feet apart. I mean unless they do dances physically this year. Where you're not touching your almost like a jazz routine or something where you're specifically far apart from your dancer. I'll add another layer to if let's say in a perfect world there's no coronavirus and let's say dancing with the stars comes back in September whenever it is and you could pick any current athlete to be honest with you. WanNa see on it. I mean I always wanted to see on it because I just think he would be so fine. And you know a he just adds excitement and another energy level I think the long brothers would be great. I know they are playing anymore. But they'd be hilarious But I big guys always fun and it's awesome on just because it gives me somebody to talk to about football and they're the best ones to do the show. They are performers. They know how to adjust on the fly. They Know How to take criticism coaching. They've got showmanship they're just yeah they're so ideal for our show and that's why they do so while so speaking of athletes as what do you think. So what have you thought about like what you're how different your job is going to be? If there's no fans in the stands because a you you should there behind the bench usually are not sit. But you're usually walking around right buying the benches and picking up information. I would imagine a lot easier for you to overhear stuff with no fans this end easier to over here. Probably the one thing I was thinking a lot about what is going on and off with the coach and a lot of the times I am connected to their heads because it is so loud. And you're going through an area where you know. The opposing fans are screaming. But now I won't be able to be that close and I was thinking you know. Would we do it with boom mic so instead of like walking and talking and writing that could just record it and then play back for me so I could give the report? You know what I'm saying. Yeah but if somebody had said the other day while you don't need it you don't need to be so close to them because there aren't going to be anything I in case there aren't GonNa be any fans it's not going to be that loud so yeah. I've thought a lot about a lot about stuff. Thought about these. Sit Down interviews that we do with guys at the facilities as Zach. Going to be allowed it. How much is going to change? Obviously I don't have to sit very close to the guy To get the shot but it still get a lot from being at the facility versus doing a sitdown zoom interview that Tom Brady or you know Patrick. Mahomes so yeah. It's also really interesting. Doing the reported the players in the summer and probably hear you which will be awkward. Could kind of weird too? I mean that's the worst kind of situation when we are in the losing locker room for Super Bowl or NFC championship. You're sitting there and everybody. I my dad always says to me. Hey try not to sound so sad and I'm like Oh my God it's just I don't WanNa scream because you're using locker room when you don't want the guys to be like yeah no shit you know. We know we lost. We don't need to hear you know so you try exfoliating. Yeah yeah losing especially to like. If it's a it's like a Bella jet guy like what are you going? Go AND THEY SO BILL. You just lost the super bowl out right now but then you always hear it right after. Oh she looks so sad and it's like no you just don't want to be the I said you don't WanNa be screaming in the losing locker room..