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Former Trump Attorney Jenna Ellis on Pennsylvania's Doug Mastriano
"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast. My friend, fellow, Salem, podcast host, constitutional law attorney, host of the Janet Ellis show, special counsel at the Thomas more society and former senior legal adviser and counsel to president Donald J Trump. Jenna Ellis, Jenna, great to have you. Thanks for joining me. Let's start by talking about mastery ano. This is Douglas mastery Anna, who kind of pulled off what is it fair to say an upset victory in Pennsylvania? Talk about your role and participation in this remarkable development. Yeah, thanks so much, my friend for having me and I was with the mushroom campaign the last night to celebrate this victory party and it's been an amazing grassroots movement that has spread like wildfire throughout Pennsylvania because Doug mashed around truly understands as a citizen first. What pennsylvanians and broader Americans care about, which is primarily to protect and preserve our rights and also to protect and preserve election integrity. And so yeah, it was a huge landslide victory. He won by almost 45% of the vote. And I told him 45 is a great number, because president Trump, of course, endorsed him. And so he won with a wider percentage of the vote than the second and third place candidates combined. So what this says to me is that people are waking up across America and we want to put into positions in federal office state and local leaders who actually understand what America is all about and are willing to ask questions about election integrity are willing to ask questions about government and won't shy away when they're called terms and derivative terms like insurrectionist and election denier. They don't care. A Doug mushroom doesn't care. I don't care. He will stand up and fight for liberty and so
Sunny Hostin Cares More About Polls Than Justices' Safety
"Hey there's this sunny hostin kare go I was watching a lot of the protests that were happening outside of some of the justices homes And my understanding is that justice Alito has had to go into hiding Because of this draft opinion that was leaked And while I think it is terrible that a justice would have to go into hiding I think it is really clear to the justices now that as Anna mentioned 64 to 66% of Americans believe that the Supreme Court should uphold rope What does that have to do with anything If 64 to 60% 66% of the Americans in the 1850s supported slavery or segregation we have a system that's set up where the courts adjudicate They don't sit there and see what 64 66% of Americans want Number one number two that is a lie What kind of abortion are we even talking about The vast majority of Americans oppose partial birth abortion When it's explained to them So the media censor it You will not find sunny hostin Arguing let's run a video of a partial birth abortion So everybody can know this isn't a baby It's about the woman's body and it's a choice Why not sunny
Amber Athey: Dems Can Move to California if Worried About Abortion
"Amber you know abortion to the left It's a sacrament I understand why but it's just their obsession with terminating the life of children in the womb It's bizarre I mean they'll sacrifice anything to make sure that this continues You see them defacing themselves humiliating themselves Even with these hyperbolic nonsensical lies after the Alito ruling leaked Now amber if you actually read the ruling which I know you did is very circumspect He's very clear Alito that is only involves abortion I read it on the air before Yet you see these ridiculous out there about Jim Crow's coming back interstate travel is going to be banned I mean these people have any dignity That stores it They're just done They're cooked It's absolutely not And they seem to think that this immediately outlaws abortion across the entire United States for some reason even though it clearly is giving the power back to states to decide how many restrictions they want to place on abortion So if these people are so intent on killing their children they could just go move to liberal California or liberal New York and they'll be free to rip baby bows in the womb as long as they please I mean to me that the hyper reaction to this it feels a bit demonic to me honestly I mean if people go and watch there's just one clip of Anna kasparian who's from the Young Turks Oh yeah yeah we got that Yeah we're playing that clip Yes yes perfect We're going to play that clip later We played it in my podcast earlier Yeah she's like losing her marbles It's like the craziest thing I've ever
Ana Navarro: Senate Republicans Will Feel Bad Not Confirming KBJ
"And what about the facts What about the facts of her Of her soft on pervert decisions Do the right thing vote for that No I don't think so Go ahead We feel bad that we're voting against her They feel bad because they know she's going to be not bad enough Well they feel bad because she's going to have the 50 votes She's going to be the justice And they are going to have missed the historical moment of voting for the first historical moment What about what Janice Rogers Brown we didn't miss a historical moment there And I may I call you Anna Go ahead And they're going to go down in history as having been against the first They're going to go down in history as having been against somebody who is extremely radical Who's not only soft on crime was soft on child pornographers Hello Child pornographers May I say it again She was soft on child pornographers
2022 Grammy highlights: An evening with Joni, Tony, and Silk Sonic
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Anna Paulina-Luna is a New Conservative Candidate Who Gives Me Hope
"We continue our endorsed candidate series, turning point action TP action dot com, someone we enthusiastically support, known her for a while. We spoke all across the country together. I think we did Michigan state together. University of South Carolina, Anna paulina. Thank you. How you doing? So much for having me back on. For those who may not know, it was actually turning point and you that first, I think, discovered me, date literally day before I was supposed to go to medical school, you called me like way out of the country too. Grenada. Yeah, it was like some random place, right? Yeah, I was supposed to leave, but the reason I ultimately chose to stay in fight is because even in 2018, I saw what was happening with the progressive left. I saw what organizations like justice for Democrats were doing in running candidates. And I realized that identity politics is indeed alive and well on the left and I was kind of born with a certain amount of assets that I could use to fight that. And so here I am, obviously, her life pro God program and anti globalist. And you're running in pinellas county area. Is that right? Florida? Were redistricting, but the projected district is yes, northern area. So your primary is looking good. Yes. Yes, we're projected one by 64%. So in the general though, what's the tilt of the district? So we don't know yet because we don't know. That's right, desantis hasn't finished the maps. Is that right? Correct. And we're hoping he holds the line. Yes, and I think he's setting the standard, obviously there's a lot of people that I think claim to be conservative. And then our working against him. And so I think desantis is budget. He's been phenomenal. Yes. So the district could be anywhere between a lean deed to a lean R we don't know yet, right? Correct, but if it's the desantis maps, it's going to be an R plus
Severe storms pummel South after 7 hurt in Arkansas tornado
"Severe severe storms storms including including isolated isolated tornadoes tornadoes have have ripped ripped across across the the Deep Deep South South leaving leaving scattered scattered damage damage to to buildings buildings and and homes homes the the storm storm front front spanned spanned several several states states and and has has been been blamed blamed for for spinning spinning off off at at least least two two confirmed confirmed tornadoes tornadoes Wednesday Wednesday high high winds winds overturned overturned tractor tractor trailers trailers in in the the Weezy Weezy Anna Anna toppled toppled large large trees trees in in Mississippi Mississippi and and damage damage to to hotel hotel in in downtown downtown Nashville Nashville authorities authorities are are reporting reporting widespread widespread damage damage in in the the Jackson Jackson Tennessee Tennessee area area including including a a nursing nursing home home and and the the Madison Madison County County sheriff's sheriff's office office at at the the Mississippi Mississippi state state capitol capitol lawmakers lawmakers had had to to suspend suspend their their work work as as weather weather sirens sirens blared blared yesterday yesterday during during a a tornado tornado watch watch more more than than half half a a dozen dozen people people were were injured injured Wednesday Wednesday when when a a tornado tornado struck struck Springdale Springdale Arkansas Arkansas the the weather weather service service said said that that tornado tornado would would be be rated rated at at least least an an EF EF two two meaning meaning wind wind speeds speeds reached reached between between one one hundred hundred eleven eleven and and one one hundred hundred thirty thirty five five miles miles an an hour hour hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Live updates: 'Let it Go' girl performs at Poland concert
"A young Ukrainian girl who went viral for singing a hit song from the movie frozen performed in a much different venue seven year old Amelia Anna so which started singing in a bomb shelter in key the cell phone video drew worldwide attention Amelia is now out of Ukraine and Poland she performed her country's anthem live onstage at a charity concert she she wore a traditional Ukrainian embroidered dress and sang in the same clear voice that can be heard in mast cell phone video Amelia is with her grandmother and her brother in Poland but her parents remain in Keith I bet Donahue
Mark Levin Denounces Elie Mystal for Trashing the Constitution
"But he's out there because not that he's saying anything intelligent or substantive or relevant because he's trashing the constitution He's trashing the constitution So they give him more and more of a platform And so I have to give a platform to this not to promote him but to denounce what's taking place here Now this is from Friday cut 18 go Some will say okay so are you arguing for throwing out the constitution Should the constitution be what do we do There is Anna Navarro Former republik start from the top please go ahead Some will say okay so are you arguing for throwing out the constitution Should the constitution be thrown out What do we do Is it a living document Is it a sacred document That's certainly not sacred All right let's start there The constitution is kind of trash Let's just again let's just talk as adults first What did you say It's why It's kind of trash Trash It was written by slavers and colonists and white people who were willing to make deals with slavers and colonists They didn't ask anybody to look like me but they thought about the constitution Then you'd say oh Jim come over here What do you think about this old constitution Well NASA I show don't like how you sow my children But I gotta say this king zhao she needs to be stopped Yeah My grandpa used to say ain't no taxation without representation for NASA That's not what happened Okay This document was written without the consent of black and brown people in this country And without the consent of women in this country and I say that if that is the starting point the very least we can do is ignore what those slavers and colonists and misogynists thought and interpret the constitution in a way that makes sense for our modern world There you go Which means modern world which means whatever he wants it to say
American Politics Enters New Phase of 'Profound Inanity'
"American politics at least as it's coming from the Biden administration is entering a new phase of what could only be called profound inanity. Let me just quote Kamala Harris. Let's remember, this is the vice president of the United States. This is the woman kind of tasked with Ukraine. I believe she's heading over there sometime very soon. And here's her latest statement quote Ukraine is a country in Europe. It exists next to another country called Russia. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine, so basically that's wrong. Now, what is this the first grade? I think in the first grade I learned that every time I end a sentence, I went to school. School is where I study. Study is good for students. Students are the ones who attend school. And this is what we're dealing with here. This is a kind of freefall of American foreign policy and the thinking that attends American foreign policy. It's not just Kamala Harris, all the way through, you have pundits. You have social media types, and you listen to the kind of symbolic rubbish that they're talking about that has no potential chance. Of affecting Putin in any meaningful way. The New York met, the metropolitan opera has decided that Anna netrebko apparently of one of the greatest singers in meta history. Shall be banned from singing at the Met, well, basically because she's Russian. That's the reason. Oh yeah, take that Putin. Apparently I read somewhere that there was a university that's decided that it's going to cancel its course on dusty. I mean, talk about an intellectual crime, crime and punishment. Remember, foolishness, what does does to get you have to do with this? Is he responsible for the invasion of
George Washington Knew 'Home Is Life'
"The whole process around Washington, though, leads us back to Mount Vernon. It leaves us back because he always, you know, from reading what I've done on reading and studying and going to Mount Vernon and others. He always had this idea that where he that home was his life. That was, that was his world, but when he would go out to serve, whether it be in the military or as president or others, it was always to come home to Mount Vernon. Is that what you got in your research before we get into some of the business issues? Very, very much so. And you know, he, I also sort of gave us the idea of the citizen legislator. He gave up power twice, both when he was when people tried to make him an emperor when he was victorious with the Revolutionary War, but he said, no, I'm going home. And then he was sort of drafted to be president and went home from that. But he really made Mount Vernon into a show plays an Anna place that, you know, was like, what they might even call an incubator today in venture capital terms with so many business enterprises.
"anna i." Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And I thought to me, those were like the most interesting things. Also the trip to Marrakech was just like, that was to me Shonda Rhimes world at its best because it was just like a nail biter the whole time of like, oh my goodness, Rachel is going to be stuck in Marrakesh. These guards are trying to keep her there because Anna won't pay the bill and they racked up tens of thousands of dollars. I was just very, very nerve wracked for her, the entire time. That was like great suspenseful writing right there. Anna. It's been three months. Can I get that $62,000? I have to pay off my work credit card. I've used up all my money on the minimum payments. Please, Anna, you have to pay me back. That episode I think is like the standout too, especially because every other episode until that is like leading up to this big moment. The scams on the scams and then like this big scam in Marrakech, it's taking advantage of a friend and like a normal person who can't afford it and not like a bank and you just feel for her. And that's also where the series lost me because build a build up build up Marrakesh and then we go to Germany and there's no more scam. It's just kind of slow, like the story's been reported and I didn't feel like they knew what to do with the story after it was published in the magazine. Totally unnecessary episodes. Yeah. I mean, I know why they were there. They were trying to make us see her as a more fully formed human, more backstory for Anna and so on. And look at her as a child, look at her dad. But it went from having momentum to just going to a complete halt at that point. Yeah. One final question I want to ask is at the end of the day, I don't think it answers the question of who is an adelphi. But like I said, I think it does sort of try and get at these bigger questions, especially through Vivian because maybe in even trying after the piece comes out to figure out okay. Did I accomplish my goal?.
"anna i." Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Well, it sounds like you all like this a little bit more than I did because I found this to be quite the slog. I was really excited about it. I remember reading the article in New York mag and just being like, wow, this is really impressive. I can't believe I find it hard to believe that she was able to pull this off for so long, but then when you think about how insular, wealthy people's worlds are or seem to be from the outside. And the way in which they don't really think about money in that way, if you are someone who does not have all that money, then you're going to be like, why haven't you paid me back? Where's my money? But they're just like, eh, she's good for it. We know, even though we don't know who her father is and we don't know who this woman is. But a lot of these episodes clock in at an hour or longer. And at a point, we are just kind of coming up against okay, she's doing another scam. This is another interview with another one of her victims, and we're just going to see the same thing play out over and over again from a slightly different angle. And I have to say, I could have used like maybe two or three less of those and way less of Vivian Kent. This is as much a quote unquote scammer story as it is a sort of wannabe spotlight slash all the president's men were trying to get to the bottom of all this story. And I think Anna klemke is doing a lot of great work. I actually think all of the acting is really solid. But I couldn't bring myself to care as much about the backstory of her trying to figure this out. There's a whole thing where she's kind of a disgraced reporter at this point. I usually get either what happened to the kid in the story, whereas he now or I get did Bloomberg really offer me a job and then after everything came out to take it back, and yes, I can tell you they took the job back. And no, I don't know what happened to the kid. And this is based in part on something that actually happened with Jessica pressler, but within the story of inventing Anna, she, in the past, had written the story that the source turned out to be lying the whole time. And so that kind of put a damper on her career and marked her as this reporter who could not necessarily be trusted with a big hefty story. And so all of that stuff is thrown in here and just adds to the running time in a way that doesn't really answer any of the questions that I think is trying to ask. And one of the questions he's trying to ask is who is Anna, but I think the more interesting question that it does sort of attempt to unravel is why are so many people attracted to this woman, including Vivian Kent because she is clearly obsessed with her and does a lot of unethical things as the story goes on, including providing her with clothes for her court dates. It's just bizarre. So I felt like it wasn't as fun and frothy as I wanted it to be. And it could have been like three hours shorter..
"anna i." Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"In our current era chock full of headline making scammers and Adobe is one of the splashiest. Several years ago, she posed as an heiress and conned a whole bunch of wealthy people out of their money before ultimately spending time in prison. And now her schemes have been dramatized in inventing Anna, a Netflix miniseries created by Shonda Rhimes. The show is inspired by a viral New York magazine article, but is Anna's story as fascinating on the screen as it was on the page. I'm Aisha Harris, and today we're talking about inventing Anna and pop culture happy hour from NPR. Joining us is Kristin miner, she is the co host of the podcast movie therapy with rafer and Kristen. She's also the co author of how to be fine. Welcome back Kristen, so happy to be back to talk about this scammer. Yes. Also joining us is Jeffrey masters. He's the host of the podcast LGBTQ and a that's Q&A with an ampersand. Welcome back Jeffrey. Hey, thank you. So the Netflix miniseries inventing Aaron was created by Shonda Rhimes. Julia Garner plays an adelphi, a Russian born German in her mid 20s who claims to be an heiress while palling around with some of Manhattan's wealthy and powerful. She is definitely none heiress and her real last name is Serbian. Anna komski plays in Kent, a reporter at Manhattan magazine who becomes obsessed with reporting on the story of delvis widespread fraud. The character of Vivian is a stand in for real life journalist Jessica pressler, who's 2018 article on Delphi for New York mag, went viral and inspired this series. Now, as Vivian tracks down the story, she interviews and learns about many of the elite figures who found themselves in Anna's web of deceit. The main ones are a group of women who once made up Anna's inner circle of one time girlfriends. There's Neff, a hotel concierge played by Alexis Floyd, Rachel, a Vanity Fair editor played by Katie Lowes and Casey, a personal trainer played by Laverne Cox. Vivian also finds herself working closely with Anna's defense attorney Todd, who is played by Aryan moyet. The show bounces around a lot across continents and time periods and covers everything from Anna's childhood prior to coming to the states up food to the trial and her conviction. The real-life Anna was convicted on multiple charges in 2019, including grand larceny and she spent 19 months in prison. She was released in early 2021 for good behavior, but just weeks later, ice targeted her for overstaying her Visa. And as of this month, she remains in custody awaiting deportation back to Germany. So there's a lot going on in this show over the course of 9 episodes. Jeffrey, what did you think of inventing Anna? Yeah, you know, I think it's fun and it's enjoyable. My big question going to this was that like scammer is such a colloquial term nowadays. And so I didn't know much about her and I didn't know, you know, did she order expensive bottles of wine and like enforcement to pick up the tab, or is something more nefarious? And so when we got to the extent of her fraud, I thought it was wildly impressive, which she almost pulled off. It was impressive in the worst possible way. So I thought that was fun to see. Yeah, yeah. The show does do a good job of sort of showing many times, I think, probably many more times immediate to see all the ways in which she bounces around from different hotels and ran up all these bills until they finally kicked her out and then she'd be done to the next and she would often claim that she was waiting for her father to wire her money.
Olympics Live: US wins gold, silver in ski slopestyle
"Up short of the podium on Tuesday morning in Beijing women's snowboard big air it was Austria's Anna Gasser successfully defending her gold medal from Pyeongchang team USA's Hailey Langland rounded out the competition in twelfth place freeski slopestyle Maggie Voisin placed fifth wheel San Francisco eight wing idling earned a silver for team China women's downhill skiing Mikaela Shiffrin had another rough run finishing in eighteenth place over two and a half seconds off the pace and Americans red Gerard and Chris Corning missed the podium in men's snowboard big air I'm Danny cap
Faith in the metaverse: A VR quest for community, fellowship
"During during during during the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic some some some some people people people people are are are are finding finding finding finding faith faith faith faith through through through through virtual virtual virtual virtual reality reality reality reality all all all all right right right right say say say say hello hello hello hello to to to to those those those those watching watching watching watching on on on on twitch twitch twitch twitch DJ DJ DJ DJ Soto Soto Soto Soto founded founded founded founded B. B. B. B. R. R. R. R. church church church church in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen in in in in Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia he he he he says says says says the the the the future future future future of of of of the the the the church church church church is is is is in in in in the the the the metaverse metaverse metaverse metaverse there's there's there's there's many many many many reasons reasons reasons reasons but but but but one one one one of of of of them them them them is is is is because because because because it it it it reaches reaches reaches reaches people people people people who who who who can't can't can't can't physically physically physically physically go go go go to to to to church church church church you you you you strap strap strap strap on on on on a a a a virtual virtual virtual virtual reality reality reality reality headset headset headset headset and and and and explore explore explore explore what what what what it it it it could could could could be be be be like like like like to to to to worship worship worship worship in in in in the the the the metaverse metaverse metaverse metaverse Garrett Garrett Garrett Garrett Byrne Byrne Byrne Byrne also also also also experienced experienced experienced experienced a a a a high high high high of of of of three three three dimensional dimensional dimensional illustrations illustrations illustrations so so so they they they set set set up up up verses verses verses all all all over over over Anna Anna Anna Lena Lena Lena delta delta delta has has has been been been mostly mostly mostly confined confined confined to to to her her her home home home due due due to to to a a a rare rare rare neuro neuro neuro vascular vascular vascular condition condition condition she she she attended attended attended a a a VR VR VR church church church service service service and and and eventually eventually eventually became became became a a a pastor pastor pastor you you you just just just feel feel feel like like like you you you could could could do do do anything anything anything in in in the the the world world world again again again where where where you you you were were were just just just told told told over over over and and and over over over and and and over over over again again again you you you couldn't couldn't couldn't do do do anything anything anything I'm I'm I'm a a a Donahue Donahue Donahue
US Mint begins shipping quarters honoring Maya Angelou
"Friends friends can can get get your your hands hands on on a a Maya Maya Angelou Angelou quarter quarter pers pers will will be be the the first first in in a a series series of of queens queens in in the the American American women women quarters quarters program program the the U. U. S. S. mint mint has has already already begun begun shipping shipping the the twenty twenty five five cent cent pieces pieces around around the the country country and and there there is is definitely definitely no no discounting discounting Angelou's Angelou's cred cred the the author author poet poet and and civil civil rights rights activist activist rose rose to to fame fame with with her her and and book book I I know know why why the the caged caged bird bird sings sings in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine she she received received the the presidential presidential medal medal of of freedom freedom in in twenty twenty ten ten four four years years before before her her death death at at age age eighty eighty six six other other women women featured featured in in the the quarter quarter series series include include the the first first woman woman astronaut astronaut Sally Sally ride ride and and Anna Anna may may Wong Wong the the first first Chinese Chinese American American film film star star in in Hollywood Hollywood I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel the the popular popular American American poet poet is is getting getting a a special special tribute tribute and and it's it's more more than than just just some some two two bit bit honor honor soon soon
12 LESSONS LEARNED DECEMBER No. 12 - Hello life!
"Happy new year. It's January 1st, the year 2022. Wow. I'm a nail and I'm here to take you on a trip. Get set. But before we start, with all my heart, I wish you all the best for this new year. I hope you can enjoy many beautiful unique and unforgettable moments. And for the bad and sad moments I wish you that you have the strength to handle them. I'm sure this year will give us a lot. Well, I'm ready. My dear listener, welcome to lesson number 12, where I will take you on a ride. I would like to give you a sensation, a kind of feeling that I always try to keep as close as possible and has always helped me in life. Especially on a day which feels a
12 LESSONS LEARNED OCTOBER No. 10 - burst 2
"I'm Anna and I am a well... What am I? It was in October when myself doubt almost got me to the ground. And do you know why? Because our thought I didn't own my titles anymore. And I had many. I was the time expert I was a keynote speaker. I was a podcast. But a lot had happened last year, and suddenly I thought, is the name time expert out of date? And I had not given a speech in one and a half years due to Corona, so was I still a keynote speaker? And I was not too fond of the title podcaster. On a long walk in the Swedish Woods, I understood. There is work to do annapurna. You have an identity problem. And this is what I have learned about how titles influence our identity. Welcome. Holly, I'm Jane and I'm a psychologist. Hi, I'm Peter and I am a software engineer. Hi, whoever and I am a coach. Now do this. Wherever you are, take your title away. Who are you now? Just Jane or Peter? And now take your name away. Who are you now? It does feel good to have a name doesn't it?
12 LESSONS LEARNED OCTOBER No. 10 - burst 3
"I'm I'm Anna and I am a well... What am I? It was in October when myself doubt almost got me to the ground. And do you know why? Because our thought I didn't own my titles anymore. And I had many. I was the time expert I was a keynote speaker. I was a podcast. But a lot had happened last year, and suddenly I thought, is the name time expert out of date? And I had not given a speech in one and a half years due to Corona, so was I still a keynote speaker? And I was not too fond of the title podcaster. On a long walk in the Swedish Woods, I understood. There is work to do annapurna. You have an identity problem. And this is what I have learned about how titles influence our identity. Welcome. Holly, I'm Jane and I'm a psychologist. Hi, I'm Peter and I am a software engineer. Hi, whoever and I am a coach. Now do this. Wherever you are, take your title away. Who are you now? Just Jane or Peter? And now take your name away. Who are you now? It does feel good to have a name doesn't it?
A highlight from 12 LESSONS LEARNED JANUARY No. 1
"Hi, I'm Anna and I know that 2021 soon will be history. Another year that has brought us well, let's say a lot. But when I look up to the sky, I see the sun the moon the stars. And it looks as if they are still where they should be. And I think that is good news. When the year slowly comes to an end, I like to take a moment to look back on it. And then I see that many things I thought were important turned out not to be. And other experiences that had no intention of personal development or such were full of them or became big lessons. The school of life never stops teaching me. How about if we time travel together through the year and I will share what I've learned this year from people, failure, sports, or from the ice cold kinky winter bath. Today, we begin with lesson number one. Which is about friendship. And I learned in January this year. It was the month I lost one of my best Friends, and it made me write about friendship. Let me share this. We come and we go and in between we live life and there we meet many people. Some archers passing by, some stay longer. They become companions. And one day, someone might even say to you, I'm there for you. What an exceptional thing to say. I'm there for you. There is one advantage of friendship that there are people out there who would catch you
"anna i." Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Anna leeann. Owens was born and harriet. Emma edwards in india in november of eighteen. Thirty one anna came from a mixed race family. Her father sergeant. Thomas edwards was english. Her mother mary. Ann glass scott was the daughter of an anglo indian. Marriage on anna was just three months old. Her father died and her mother remarried an irish catholic corporal named patrick donahue as a result of patrick's unit assignments. The family moved frequently but eventually settled on a city on the western coast of india in eighteen. Forty one some of anna's childhood remains murky anna and her older sister elisa attended the bombay education society's girls school which was known for admitting mixed race daughters of deceased or absent military fathers but in her memoirs and i wrote that after her father died and she and allies were sent to boarding school in england and returned to india as teenagers. Whichever's true it's clear that animator purposeful effort to hide her ethnic background and lower social class on christmas day of eighteen. Forty nine anna married private. Thomas leinen owens who was an army paymasters clerk from ireland. On the marriage license thomas combined his middle and last names making them the liens after her marriage anna cut off all ties to her family. In india in december of eighteen fifty anna gave birth to a daughter selena but the baby only survived for seventeen months in eighteen fifty. Two and thomas emigrated to australia while on the boat. Their son thomas was born tragedy struck again and baby. Thomas died at the age of thirteen months during their four years in australia. Anna and thomas had two more children. A daughter named avis in eighteen. Fifty four and a son named luis eighteen fifty six the following year in april of eighteen. Fifty seven the family moved to malaysia. Where thomas found work as a hotel keeper. He died suddenly two years later. Anna was left alone with very little money and two small
"anna i." Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver
"anna i." Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver
"It was. Oh yeah it's you see even with direction even when you have your mother giving you that direction you still and saying this really. This is not a good idea. What is this compulsion that we have. It's almost like it comes in fully formed that we have to go and garner that attention that somehow qualifies us. Economist gently explore it. I remember being so willing to be like. Oh change yes so your fancy me. Absolutely what would you like me to do. Shave my head. What will it be sir i. It's terrible i mean. I'm very happy that we're still here. Because i mean when we talk about it. It's like jesus..
"anna i." Discussed on WGN Radio
"Anna King. I've been up and down and over and out. And I know one thing Each time I find myself flat on my face. I picked myself up. And get back in the raid. That's life. I tell you, I can't deny it. I thought of quitting, baby, but my heart just ain't gonna buy it. And if I didn't think it was worth one single try, I jumped right on a big bird. And then I'd flies. I've been a puppet, A pauper, a pirate, a poet. Upon Anna King High went up and down and over and out, and I know one thing each time I might find myself laying flat on my face. I just pick myself up. And get in the race. That's life. That's life and I can and I am. Many times cutting out but my heart won't buy it. But if there's nothing shaken, come miss here July.
"anna i." Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Will win a prize one of our listeners. The voice of anyone. They might like their voice milk. Bill who is an cockle playing for alex smith of detroit michigan all right mary. Here's your first question. Red bull started as an energy drink popular with truck drivers in thailand but it was australian marketing genius. Dietrich mitch shits who made it into a global brand. How did he convince college students to start drinking the stuff. A the slogan. It's like axe body spray. You can drink. Be you could send in ten empty cans and get a pre written essay on moby dick in return or see. He just paid them to drink. It see see that is exactly right. Fine college kids them to throw red bull parties. Here's your next question. Of course red bull has become very popular with college kids especially when mixed with vodka now that particular cocktail has been scientifically proven scientifically proven to have what effect a it starts fights be. It's the opposite of beer goggles. it makes everyone else. Look ugly or see it makes men love explaining things even more than they already do and gonna go with a. You're correct again anna. They tested ingredients with alcohol. Tarring on zebra fish and zebra fish got more belligerent. Than they do on either of those substances separately so watch out if you come across zebra fish drinking red bull and vodka. One more question here for analysts. See if she can be perfect. Never red bull once lost a big lawsuit forcing them as part of the settlement to do what a put a label on each can saying does not include actual bull be make public statement that you are not fully vaccinated until your second dose of red bull. Where see every canadian ten dollars because contrary to the slogan it doesn't really give you wings. You're right again in exactly right. They convinced a plaintiffs convinced. A canadian court that the red bull slogan it gives you wings was too easily to take literally and thus every canadian consumer red bull was entitled to a payment of ten dollars if they applied for it in reconciled bill. How did anna do in our quiz. If i'm right she is perfect. Three in a row and anna. That's a rare gone for me. In cockle is the co creator and star of penn fifteen. You can watch it on hulu now. Season two is out in cockle. Thank you so much for joining us on wit. We don't tell.
"anna i." Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"I'm bill curtis. We're playing this week with deuce as sloan faith sally and luke burbank and harry potter here host broadcasting from inside the wet mouth of humpback whale. Peter sago right now. It's time for the wait. Wait don't tell me bluffs. The listener game call triple wait. Wait to play player game in the air. How you are on wait wait. Don't tell me this is boring ruined. I'm calling from boston massachusetts. Our things in boston one of my favorite place are very quick here right now nice weather who cam you know who doesn't love this summer in the northeast it's kind of like the spring everywhere else. It's true Blackflies and what do you do there. I'm a professor of psychology. Wow well that's really great. So what's your favorite personality disorder. Well i'm actually not a clinician. I'm a social psychologist. So i study things like racism And other types of Prejudice and discrimination. Well what's your favorite hate grew. i'm partial to the clan. Just because they got the best casting so lauren. Welcome to our show. You're going to play the game in which humans tried to tell truth from fiction bell. What is lawrence topic. Crisis averted the eyes of the world were in europe. This week is president's biden and putin tried to quell escalating tensions. And then the eyes of the world glazed over because it's all pretty boring these days so we're going to look back at how they used to solve global crises in kind of a more interesting way. Pick the panelist. Who's telling the truth. And when our prize the voice of your choice on your voicemail a ready to play absolutely all right first up it is dull. Sloan in nineteen ninety-one. A new book arrived in bookstores. in china causing a national crisis adults were missing work. Kids were leaving school because they were all trying to figure out. Where's waldo. it all started simple enough. A father in the changdu province saw how popular the book was with kids so he decided to dress as the books. Namesake and walk through markets and parks so the kids would have a chance to find waldo in real life would. He didn't know was that his sweet gesture would take on a pokey mongo level of popularity thousands of wow does hit the streets. Factories were losing shifts soldiers. Were going awol and kids were skipping school because everybody was out looking for waldo. The chinese government pleaded with people to game but to no avail so the china's government created the national office children's book characters so only authorized and licensed waldo sprint allowed in the streets and the waldo search could be regulated and to make sure that the game came to an end. The license while does would go out in the middle of the street and go. I'm right here every two hours now. A where's waldo crisis in china's solved by china making their waldo 's official employees of the state. Your next story of a crisis contained comes from faith sailly in june of one thousand nine hundred ninety six chuck ellwood and his crew were fishing for arctic. Char walleye pollack. In the bering sea. When a small russian naval ship began issuing them to evacuate or be fired upon. All i could think of was to yeltsin yet. He says but that didn't work. So we started blasting the macarena. The russians retaliated aggressively by also playing. The international hit finally l. Word and the russian commander to meet each other and agreed on terms. Send your best dancer to the bow. Winner gets the fish thus on that white knight in ninety six. Two burly bearded fisherman named tong stewart. Wiggle his hips and do all that arm choreography as patriotically as he could. Well an unnamed wiry slavic sailor in uniform gyrated for his motherland talk was the uncontested winner when he ripped off his flannel shirt and went rogue performing. What ellwood can only describe. As the world's first twerk both vessels returned to their home waters without incident a crisis showdown between alaskans and the russian navy solved by a dance contest. Finally your last story of someone. Stopping international incident comes from luke burbank. It's a scientific fact that the best part of any columbo episode was that moment. When columbo asked all his questions will take a long pause and then say oh sir just one more thing because that's when the case was about to be cracked well it turns out. Peter falk himself did one more thing in the nineteen seventies to preserve peace in romania. As was pointed out this week on twitter. Back in nineteen seventy. Four romanians were so obsessed with colombo that when the national tv network ran out of episodes citizens took to the streets accusing the government of hoarding. Them this led to the truly weird moment. Where peter falk was brought into a hotel room in new york by the cia and romanian diplomats. To record a message explaining that there were in fact no more colombo's to watch the plan apparently worked a revolution was averted. While the cia eventually authorized falk to write about the event in his memoir. There is still no word on if they're finally ready to let angela lansbury from murder. She wrote divulge her role in the assassination of archduke. Franz ferdinand here are your choices. Lauren from dole say sloan the government of china's solved craze for people trying to find out where's waldo by making waldo inefficient employee of the state telling him to reveal himself from faith sailly it potentially violent dispute between a fishing fleet on the russian navy and the bering straits solved by a dance off or from luke. How peter falk himself had to intervene and save romanian society by letting them know that they were not in fact. Hoarding columbo episodes. Which of these is the real story of a crisis averted and my none of these seem to be possible. I feel like the last one has got to be go. Kay that's your choice. Well to bring you the correct answer. We were able to bring you some archival tape from history. You should understand that. The romanian government bought every columbus show avail. He said the problem is that the people don't believe the government that was of course colombo himself. Peter faulk talking to david letterman. Back in nineteen ninety-five about the great colombo crisis in romania and how he himself was brought in to revert it. Congratulations lauren. you've got it right here in two point for leuke one prize voice of your choice in your voicemail. Congratulations thank you so much. Take you for playing bye-bye and.
"anna i." Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"News quiz. Get writing for a nutcracker. You're going to the bill. I'm bill curtis and here is your host. The number fourteen pick of the nineteen ninety-eight. Npr draft peterson. They you bill. Thanks everybody out there. We've got a great show for you later on. We're gonna be talking to actor anna cockle. She created and stars in the hit. Comedy penn fifteen in which. She plays herself as a seventh grader. We have lots of questions including what bets. you lost. That forced her to go do that. We know you are happy as an adult because you have the independence to call us up and play our games. The number is triple eight. Wait wait that's one. Eight hundred eight nine two four eight nine two four. Let's welcome our first listener contestant higher on wait wait. Don't tell me i. Karen depend on silver spring maryland. Pay care silver spring maryland. Beautiful suburb of washington. Dc i note. Well what do you do there. I'm a student and i'm also a birthday. I make coffee for a living. When i'm not in the classroom though i see. Are you one of those. Very serious baristas. The kind who like takes twenty minutes to slowly hand pour hot water over the coffee grounds or you dislike me and you just whatever i'm going casual about it. I get annoyed when people the difference between a law. But that's it really. Do you refuse to serve it to them now. I still do it slightly. Resent them i understand. Come on people well karen to our show. Let me introduce you to our panel. this week. I up it's a contributor to. Cbs sunday morning and the host of the new parenting podcast stroller coaster. It's faith sailing. I still don't know what a flat white is. So be nice to me next. It's the host of the daily podcast. Tbt al end. The public radio variety. Show livewires mr luke burbank. Hey there karen correspondent on the daily show and the voice of honeybee on the great north. It's dull say. Sloan things i could say. There's nothing that i could say. That would be okay for what i thought. A flat white was that off the table. I think you should karen welcome to the show. You're to play. Who's bill this time. Bill curtis of course is going to the three quotations in the weeks news. If you can correctly identify or explain two of them. You'll win our prize. Any voice from our show. You might choose on your voicemail ready to play all right karen here we go. Your first quote is from somebody who had just spent four hours in a room with president biden. There's no happiness in life. There's only a specter of happiness on the horizon. So we'll cherish. That who maybe didn't have the best time in geneva. I was at russian president. Vladimir putin yes. The answer is president biden. Bladder putin met in geneva on wednesday for another important summit were the us and russia ask each other to stop doing something and then they both laugh and keep doing that thing as always these summits aren't about issues but stagecraft and displays biden scheduled his arrival after putin so putin couldn't keep him waiting then very deliberately put out his hand and made putin step forward to shake it right in response putin then urinated on air force one and both of them inflated their throat pouches to appear larger. You know putin showed up at one. Oh four right for one o'clock meeting which must have made donald trump furious because one time he kept him waiting forty five minutes and one time he kept uncle. A markle waiting for hours will apparently and this is true. Putin is known for this. Yeah this his passover they actually said the protocol people said okay. mr president putin will have to be there at one and mr biden will arrive at one thirty just to keep him from doing that. They're onto his tricks. What i'm saying can't putin just reschedule. Hey sorry just got out of the shower running late saris washington coup in my country going to be there three. He's like texting parking right now. He's in the shower. Still putin's body language. I researched this this story the way i research most news articles. I just did a google image search and just look at all the photos of what was going on and putin's body language when they're sitting in the chairs and that like library was very telling he looked like a kid who was waiting to talk to the principal but thought it was total bs that he had to be there. Like he's loud biden is like sitting up pretty you know sort of upright and like look pretty plugged into what's going on and putin just looks like the sucks. He he really is the judd nelson in the breakfast club. Tyrez johnny all right here. Karen is your next quote. We are closed. Because i hate this job. That was a note left at mcdonald's drive through one of the many businesses facing a surge in their employees doing what quitting exactly quitting the pandemic end businesses are opening up but apparently nobody wants to go back to work. This phenomenon is being called the big quit. Employers are absolutely desperate to get people to come back. they're offering hiring bonuses higher wages and forgiveness for exposing yourself on zoom call with the rest of the staff of the new yorker. People now are like you made me work from home now. I just don't wanna work at all. Exactly i mean a lot of things. Many of us have discovered that is really nice to be home with their families. Doing what we want. Some of us have started their own businesses or new projects and also. None of us know where our shoes are. Man listen during the pandemic quit wearing drills for what. I'm the only person here are paying. Exactly why would why would anybody given that pleasure and freedom. everyone after. Put it jars back on. You see what i mean. But also they're calling the big but that's only like a certain level of like you have to be at a certain income level to do that thing how you want to work for this because a lot of people did quit. Were like because a lot of people like you. All these articles were are really hated. Measure up to a new job in life is short. But i mean isn't this also kind of generational like lake definitely definitely. I feel like people who are younger than i am are like. This doesn't feel good. i don't like it. I don't want to spend my life doing this. So i won't. I don't know what happened when they were programming them. But i think there's a glitch in the system because when they program me. I was like all right and going to work. I'm happy i'm fine. Yeah it is a generational thing. The other layer is is the parents who've had kids at home because dads the job. I want to quit. And you like you can't and there have been all these articles recently like how to quit gracefully and i read them longingly. And it's like you know. And i just think like if i could sit down with my family and just negotiate new terms. I knew different payment structure. Just imagine when you're.
"anna i." Discussed on RunPod
"anna i." Discussed on Art Unknown Podcast
"Anna murphy. I hope to give to the world of beauty that i feel inside myself and i hope to share that so the people can feel about beauty inside theirselves and i kind of like to think of it like you know one candle can light thousands more and it's the same analogy one apple. See you know how many apple trees around want appleseed it's limited it's limited so i want to be that inspiration and that that forced to for people to fill that and second snow so i guess that's that's awesome. That's now you graduated in two thousand eleven so did you. Did you from high school to university college straight. Through i i did. I did so you know. I know it's appropriate to ask them in her age. But i'm guessing that put you somewhere late you're late twenty s somewhere around there abbott. Thirty one thirty one okay. So yeah yeah you. You're not too far removed from from that. So i'm going back this question up a few years age. If you had to go back usually. I ask if you had to go back to your twenty year old southbound to say if you had to go back to your high school south when you're a teenager and you're involved in the arts your theater and you're transitioning from music theater and if you had to give yourself a piece of advice one advice what would you tell yourself. I would come up to enjoy the process because i would get wrapped up in you know achieving and and making sure. I'm doing everything on my to do list directly and i. i think i'm really learning that it's not about that. It's about the journey. It's about what i was saying in the beginning it's about the the progress is slow as it is like he got to enjoy every step of it. So that's levi soaking so. I like that. Enjoy every step of it. That's it right there. Joy joy every step even you even if astronomical or challenge like that's part of the journey so you have to appreciate it for what it is a know that it's going to help you to grow and help you to get to the other side which is going to be even better. Absolutely one hundred percent agree with that you have some. You have some euros that you've done In conjunction with some other artists. There's a mural that i see that you you did that. has it. Looks like at least three of you with oprah and then there's a you and definitely one other artists maybe two other artists. What obviously it's something that you enjoy or you wouldn't have done it but some artists are really like. Oh my art is need to stand alone in standout. Tell me a little bit about why you chose to do that. And how you feel about that that sort of thing. Yeah interesting. Because i haven't done anything like that until the last year. Twenty twenty and then all of a sudden. I had these two big collaboration pieces the or one after the other so for me i i did kind of used to be like a little bit controlling with my artwork. No has to be this way. I can't imagine collaborated with anyone. No but i was like okay. This is something new. Like and the first one i did with the the four elements which is the ninety third ninety third street south chicago. Metra station that one. I did with three of my really good friends which we all had the same studio building and so that was like it was just fun because i got to be around my friends and I was like a really good experience. And then the second did was the oprah mural which is on in the west loop if chicago which is on green street in between madison in one row. And yes that. I didn't know any of the artists going into it but it was a good experience because i i got to learn a lot about how other mural painters work which you know i didn't you know firsthand experience i didn't really know side learned a few things and just go to meet some really good artists and make some new friends so that was a good experience. Yeah i be open to collaborating again. But i think just the two big collaboration pizzas. I think my next my next one or two will just be asked alone. Just not that. Did you have a chance to meet oprah for this euro now. I know how good the kobe like. She wasn't traveling to the guy that was managing the project Lavar works on a project called the b. line. He really did his best to try to get her to combat. You know obviously kobe. Nobody was traveling she did this. She did send us video thanking us and telling us how to like off. That was really amazing. That's nice that's yeah graduations on that. That's still a coach. Thank you as we begin to wrap up. First of all i wanted to ask how can do get in touch with you or or what not to have my instagram. Which is anna murphy. Which is a n. a. p. patricia murphy. And you are ph wine drums. So that's my instagram. And then my website is the same as anna murphy dot com and then that has my contact my email if anybody wants to get a hold of me. I have some paintings and prints for sale on my website. Be the best way. I forgive me but beautiful. Is the name anna murphy is. It's not a super unique name. And when i first. Google anna murphy. There's a bunch of things that came up. But i will say i google amer artists and and it's all about you you and if you put it chicago even in there but like just animosity artists Are you own. it's your facebook. it's instagram. There's several articles about you. So you own google as an murphy. The artists there. That's that's thank you absolutely What you've got a last question. I have for you is what do you have. What are you working on today. What do you got coming up that you're really excited about that gets Gets out of bed the money. Well something that's really exciting. Right now is my my fiance. Hector and i we. We just got a new studio space and it's being renovated right now. But basically combining spaces into one He's an art fabric. He's an artist advocators so he. He works with every kind of material. You can think of wood metal aluminum fiberglass anything you can think of an and so. He creates sculptures and and things that artists want to create. But they don't know how to create so having him in my studio together. We have some really exciting ideas. We're coming up with some sculpture pieces. Some actually gonna Try my hand at sculpture and kind of. Let my work out that way which i'm super excited. Oxygen new totally new thing for me new challenge. But it's staying in the same realm of the theme of mother earth and animals. So yeah. i'm real excited to share that. That's that's awesome. Yeah good luck. The fan studio space. That's great. I love to hear that. Yeah are you gonna stick with the the the.
"anna i." Discussed on Talks With John Podcast
"Some tacos. Yeah because we used to go to a Mexican restaurant and we sit there for hours. We knew the waitresses. Goes lovely. Forever Ago God. Well, you know how long ago it is. You'RE NOT GONNA. Get with memories of about a month before everything shut down. Yes. Okay. I can't remember her name but our very favorite waitress I was over there with Randy. And she told us she was pregnant Algo John. She's probably had the baby. It's been that long. She was five six weeks. She told us she had have baby. That's how long it's been. I would love to have because I liked her. So she was just she was a doll. Two jobs and she's just she was one of the. One of the sweetest girls I would love to have seen her you know follow her pregnancy you know walked in one day and the other way say, Hey, she had a ball. We miss off fat, but I would so love to just go over there. Sit back have margaritas eight bunch of chips what we used to do. I'm not doing it. I. Won't I won't go to restaurant. You can't nobody could get on their opening up everything now card rooms right card rooms. Why do you WANNA. Get you know I got the best anyways malls yes. Malls shopping malls. Yes. Twenty, five percent. But my goodness. Me And shopping I. Know I love it. I love it i. Yes and I live with I do I never get to do my in-person? Shopping. But even if I had time enough to go for a day at the mall, which I would kill to get I'm not going to go buy something I. Don't Know How many other people touched it. We've never worried about you. We never worried about that, right but. My main things clothes. It's not just touching it who tried it on who sneezed on and? I mean literally, I wouldn't want to try it on the store. and. Buy. Food is well. Let's say. Only God. You know I had a revelation, the other morning. This is this revelation of sorts, right? On the days I go to the radio station earlier randy goes out and gets me a starbucks which is really cool. Right Only even though it's like four thirty in the morning and he usually gets me Danish any of Anna I'm driving on the radio station you know and I've got my Danish and I'm eating my drink soda at a pickup of Nanna I thought. Who else has picked up this? How there you go oh my goodness, and you know so I, ate the banana I got the hand sanitizer long driving and when I came home. I said. We start washing all our bananas. because. You know when you when you get fruit from the store for the-they outside of you wash them right but you never wash banana. Because you think you could appeal for sure early inside and not to knock anybody at our starbucks because they're they're wonderful people but that banana has been sitting in who put it to all my God. Now we're washing the bananas from the store from starbucks from everywhere who would have thought the word Cheetah. Because he can't get. I'm not getting paranoid..
"anna i." Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"The US That adults use Who she comes to life and she and I go on adventures and she's kind of Represents the kinds of voice in my head. That kind of tells me I'm not good enough. I'm not pretty enough. I'm not smart enough And so it's kind of about like making friends with your entertainment. You know obviously like in a very silly funny over the top kind of Raunchy comedy kind of way. That's it sounds funny in Anna's it more of a challenge to produce shows that are only ten minutes long or or easier well The way that we were seeing about it was as Like just a movie. We were kind of thinking about it as like it's all one story And Get we knew where the brakes for a be like how it was going to get chopped up But we wanted to make sure that August felt like it was just one story that you hopefully want to watch right until the end got it. Okay very cool and also in the works. What's his series love life? What is that about so love? Life is GONNA be coming out on Hbo That seems service. That launches later this year And it is about Love Life obviously But the concept is that it's Like the average person has like Kent relationships and their life that are significant But it's like everything reading from a relationship to a one night stand so every episode is about one relationship So what relationship is the one I stand. And that's the whole that or it's a marriage that ends up falling apart. You know. Ask One episode and it's kind of about like what you learn from each relationship and how each relationship kind of changes us that's about this character and the different relationships in her life but Yeah so it's sort of about the relationship and also just about like you know the way that we grow in the way that like if we saw ourselves in the relationships that we were in when we were twenty three years old. And we'll be like. Oh my God i made so many mistakes. Believe me I know a little. I know a little too well and you can learn from every single relationship. That's for sure and I gotta say I enjoy following you on twitter so funny how much time you spend on social media deliberate or you just kind of when you have a little downtime. I mean sometimes I'll just scroll scrolled you do that thing where you school and you're read any of that like where like that you know like sometimes you do it when you're reading a book and you're like. Oh I got. I've read the same paragraph like thirty times But like I feel like lately. I've been doing that on social media especially because it's like you want to see the updates and kind of don't WanNa see the updates so I feel like my brain is like just okay just keep scrolling keep scrolling and then. I'm like I didn't read a single tweet what are you doing with your Dombi Saul Right? You did say though I on twitter you'd be interested in making a film about Seventies Songwriter Laura Nero Right. How'd you get into her music? Learn Euro obviously. I was just I was teasing because You know this Guy Lewis tell who I think is wonderful on on twitter and he was making a joke about You know League Gaga playing and I personally Adore Lauren. Narrows it just as a joke? I mean dude. I'm standing right here like how. Talk that talk when I'm right here So I mean obviously it was mostly just about how much I love Lauren euro as a as a songwriter. Church should pull it off the cool. Never do well. Okay I'll I'll I'll tell I'll let the people know that Mario says that it's a good idea. I'm and got a hell of a track record and should be considered in the. Meanwhile though we're really looking forward to check your latest everyone. Please check out. Trolls world tour now on video on demand and Anna. Thanks so much for taking the time to call in stay safe thanks for talking with always. GonNa see a well. Always good to social distance from you likewise..
"anna i." Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"I had gone with Mario. Lopez Moral Lopez hotline is. Lighten up joining me now on the phone from the new movie trolls. World tour. The very talented a Kendrick. Show Anna how are you are you? How are you? I'm doing well I'm doing well. You know trying to hold up here in self-isolation Ironically busier than ever. What about yourself? How's this affected all your projects? Are you still having meetings? Or is everything on pause No I mean I'm not like you know I'm not shooting anything obviously but You know I guess to speak folks like you as far as promoting trolls but I'm kind of I'm kind of okay. You know I'm normally kind of a workaholic and I feel like you know. This is a really serious situation. We're all in and like there's no part of me I can feel guilty You know being shooting something right now. So that's my tiny tiny silver lining. Yeah no I feel the same speaking of your new movie trolls world tour which were very excited about over here. Akasa Lopez my we went to the premier. The I it and it was one of the first times my my dog. I just had my daughter and my son news the red carpet. So it's always very special trolls to us and I believe she got to ask you and just in questions and so it's it's. We're very excited and obviously theaters being closed. How can People Watch Yeah so the team that remark universal you know. They decided they didn't want to They WanNa way and You know release the movie later on. They wanted to make sure that people could see it now and they wanted to make sure the people could do that while they're staying safe and saying home So I'm I was so overwhelmed and really like proud. Everybody's doing what? I'm sure it was really difficult to like. Still last minute to figure out a way to get a movie that was supposed to only now being released in theaters to get it available to be streamed into your home So I if you the through this. They're working out all the different kinds of platforms. Get it from so if you go to watch DOT COM. There's a bunch of options for you to figure out how best to get it If you WANNA watch it I'm like so glad that people can be in their house. Stay safe and have something to entertain them. Salsa Kitty is and it's obviously like such a positive movie so much about joy and happiness and celebrating diversity and all these different kinds of music. And I'm just really happy that We're going to be able to get it the kids you know because I'm sure being second side is not easy And it's like some small tiny thing that I I hope that they can look forward to were very much looking forward to it and and it's coming at the perfect time your character. You play the Queen of the pop. Trolls is is at your favorite John of Genre of music and life I know this because the movies all about the good friend. All these different kinds of music you know rock Funk classical techno I mean I like I like Pop Music. I'm not afraid to say it And And I love you know playing playing the queen of the pop trolls. Because you know in the first of was the princess and now she's the queen so she's kind of like Taking a leadership role but Yeah I I mean I'm. I'm really glad that the movie has so much. I'm all these different genres. No I love that the soundtrack. I'm sure it's going to be dope and I saw the video. I don't slack from the soundtrack. It's pretty funny. Justin just impact basically giving you for Don Flak is like we shot. It's like a month and a half ago. I mean the beginning or mid February and you know we had no idea what was going to be Going on in the world and It's like I'm trapped in my house and Justin Timberlake and Anderson pack or like the content of video was the that they're putting on like a private concert for me just in my living room and I'm like tracking the house. I don't WANNA smile and they're trying to cheer me up and to have fun in spite of myself. So the video was like weirdly very timely. Very cute that actually your home. Rosset said it was like somebody's House WanNa just like I listen. I've made movies I've made I understand like actors and crew their animal's not not coming into my house. The new qube services out now and you gotta show in the works. It's a comedy called dummy right. What can you tell us about So dummy is about Totally something totally different It's a I don't know how how family oriented your audience. So I'm going to say it's about.
"anna i." Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Sent the Anna I worked at the local Walmart now at this point every co worker that we have contacted while they're going to self isolate none of them have shown symptoms this year announced he's making some changes to help those who may need to get tested he says Kentucky is removing cost barriers for anyone on Medicaid who needs to be tested any signing an executive order that will waive co pays cost sharing deductibles and diagnostic testing fees for private insurance and state employees your local the one patient has tested positive is it Norton Brownsboro hospital according to Russ **** CEO of Norton healthcare that patient is in isolation we are right now in the midst of identifying any employer idiot any care givers employees who had interactions with the patient the White House having communication issues as its various agents including president trump sent mixed messages about the corona virus including a tweet complaining about that the press is over reacting to a health concern that is relatively minor ABC's Karen Travers is at the White House the president saying nothing is shut down and life goes on there are things that are close there are schools across the country in different areas that have closed for some length of time there are businesses that are of course doing work at home options there's a high school that is less the a mile from the White House that is closed today because of a student having contact with the possible case they're cleaning it disinfecting it and they're scheduled to reopen tomorrow but it's striking to see the president essentially not see what's happening around the country a cruise ship with a cluster of coronavirus cases has arrived at a port in the San Francisco Bay Area after it was forced to idle off the California coast for days the grand princess pulled into the port of Oakland it's unclear how many travelers would get off the ship today the FBI is charging twenty seven people for illegally administering performance enhancing drugs to resources across the US U. S. district attorney Jeff Berman announced criminal charges against Jorge Navarro and Jason service two prominent trainers he says the motive for these trainers was greed and it was a race horses the paying the price for the the defendants unbridled greed these animals were injected and four straight all manner of the legal and experimental drugs drugs that allow the horses to run unnaturally fast services trainer of maximum security to coal to cross the finish line first at the twenty nineteen Kentucky Derby before being disqualified for interference and has since won four of his five high profile races the stock markets have whipsawed to the downside again today the Dow was off thousands of points art Hogan chief market strategist of national securities in New York says this downturn is mostly related to all to the slide in oil prices which is related to the spread of coronavirus Hogan says volatility will continue for now urges investors to stay strong this is not a time for panicking if you've got a long term game plan it's best to stick to that Wall Street executives are reportedly being invited to the White House for a mid week meeting about the corona virus fears about the virus threat continue to roil global financial markets in a series of tweets trump said the U. S. stock market is in turmoil because of the news media added oil feud between Russia and Saudi Arabia for more news listen to the daily died each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcast your next news update is it for I'm Suzanne Duval newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S..
"anna i." Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Gourd to my name's Anna I was calling regarding Attorney General Barr cracking down on sanctuary cities yes states I live in crazy last I had to call about this story because it's so ridiculous we have a crazy sure if it was elected here and his main promise was to keep away ice from the jails and he says he has the car he was a look that was his main campaign promise ice away from the job are you serious yes I am great service and during the selection of election night he was losing very badly and then all of a sudden a couple weeks later he was announced the winner we have that ballot harvesting here the magic please found all the votes that he needs how interesting probably in the back into somebody's car so anyway about a week ago the sheriff's department to release a special bulletin and his name is that the heading of this and they need the public's assistance in locating cleo and Yoda and you think oh my gosh an objection to kidnapping it's two birds that were stolen from a feed in pet store at eight P. B. all points bulletin for two birds the so thanks so illegal aliens who committed crimes not be handed over to federal law enforcement but let's get the patrol calls out to find some lost birds exactly they have a detective assigned to the case and if your shiny and you don't want to you know you want to be anonymous you can call crime stoppers I I really don't know what to say to that for a radio show host it's not good to be speechless but can I respond by saying can I give you a signed copy of my book okay but right now at the end of the day I'm.