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"burch" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Know i'm i'm i'm a farm girl tam. I'm very happy. Living on how i grew up but i do love getting dressed up. I i have to say i will love it again. Do you have a role model. Fear south is there a woman who or a man who you look at who inspires you and who you feel either. I was thinking. Because i saw i saw that note of like who what women and history i mean i was thinking more. Women are relatable to me from a role model standpoint except my brother. My brother's view But of course my mother. But if i had to think of women that standout Eleanor roosevelt thought. Jane goodall There's a woman that you should look up jennifer dowana. She's just got won the nobel peace prize. And what she's done around discovering crisper and gene editing is Pretty amazing and then you look at what stacey. Abrams has done and She's an interesting incredible woman. They are all very very powerful figures. Is there anyone in fashion. Who comes anywhere close to that sort of impact on your life. You mean living like now living living or not. I mean coco chanel. I who who do you see as being. I mean especially now that you are pretty hideous eight time well because because you've because it's such an activist component to what you do and because you've you really have engaged your business in the real world with you know what you design and what you what you create and your business what you create with your foundation. I mean these things. There's a sort of a of symbiosis there that that actually feels very contemporary. I'm not sure that it ever existed before With designers was so motivated by a sense of social responsibility But i was there. Anyone i mean none none that i can think of hand and i think it's interesting with all of it is that it was always there in league and an internal discussion and things that i was really careful not to talk about our foundation until we had something to talk about and that took me years. We launched our foundation in two thousand nine. So it's ten years old and we didn't really start talking about it in an external way until about five years ago so i just felt that it had to be authentic and real and we had to be really doing real things But it's always been this partnership of how do we. How do they stand. How how do they work together. The foundation and the company and and as a careful balance. Because we don't want to be too preachy number one. I think that's important. We wanna be educational and certainly the company is also vehicle to be able to accomplish. Great things and move the needle on on issues that we care about. Has anyone ever had a conversation with you about leadership roles at other kinds none. None that i've engaged in a serious matter interesting notion for the future. You never know. I mean listen either. I think when your questions that i had seen as i would. What would something you could tell someone that don't know about you. I've always been obsessed with the cia. Mentioned that i can't ever join us. Ever since i was little who knows the might be an opening there. Quite the sooner than i get heavens tori. It's been wonderful speaking to you. I don't know how much longer this is going to be the way we we meet up now. I now. it's funny because you actually end up talking a lot. More than if i was talking to you backstage i would have had two or three minutes. Now i'm happy to have more time. Thank you so much. thank you. And congratulations on everything. You're doing i. I have leading by example actually turns into something really meaningful in the next few years sir. Thank you nights to stay but to see you if you've enjoyed this episode. Don't forget to subscribe. Give us a rating and you might be interested in joining the business of fashion's global membership community b. o. Professional are members receive exclusive deep dive analysis regular email briefings as well as unlimited access to our over ten thousand articles. Our new iphone app learning materials from piaf education d-..
"burch" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Being more reflective in a moment do have you been able to tory. Burch was an instant success and you launch. It was it was. It was a huge an instant success. Do you ever wonder why that was case. What what what what. It was with people. Because you know when. I look at when i when i think about what tory burch means to me. There's this kind of rich personal story. <hes> in in everything that you've offered to the world and i i would make sense to me that that is the thing that would have clicked with people that they related to you. And because you somehow you'll know what you will make expressed you. But i wonder if you've ever sat down and thought about why it worked as well as it did is quickly as it did dance. I don't give it a lot of time thinking valdan. Certainly it's a bit of a mystery that people <hes>. Or things that we do and have done have resonated in the way that they have. I certainly in all that. And and and it's i think one of the things i've been fascinated with over the years is the idea that luxury isn't about a price point and and that's something that i think is relatable particularly today. I think even more so today. So what is luxury aside from time which we all know. It's probably the biggest luxury i think. It's i look at things in terms of style and this idea <hes> <hes>. How things make you feel emotion and <hes>. I there's nothing better when i hear that are close. Make one joel competent <hes>. That's a luxury to me but to think about something <hes>. That you buy that you have forever. That's that's the luxury that you can hand on and keep down and something that <hes>. That's something i've been thinking. A lot about is. How do you design beautiful things that are timeless sense last now that ties in obviously to a lot of concerns and fashion. I mean what you're talking about is also in a way the essence of couture that it's closed on disposable. It's closed set. Do get passed on that. And is that that that's the embodiment of sustainability. They have a life now. It's interesting that that is now in people's minds and your mind as a sort of it's almost an opposition to the way the industry was or the what the end is. The fashion industry had become. That's a fairly fundamental change. It seems to me. I think a fundamental change and important change and a change that we all need to think about and <hes>. You know from sustainability. i'm very careful <hes>. Talking about it externally because for me it's so important to have real things to talk about and it not just be a marketing term. And so that's i think one thing around sustainability that people don't talk enough about which is one of the biggest problems is <hes> product and be over development and managing. How how much you order of things and and making sure. There's not a lot of waste aside from the fact that i mean. We're working on many initiatives not not from an external standpoint should message them but really because it's the right thing to do when we all need to be accountable. And that's something i'm holding myself to. It's a herculean effort. It's we have a lot to do and certainly as an industry we have lots to do. But personally so i hold myself
Tory Burch on and Fashion as an Advocates for Change
"Being more reflective in a moment do have you been able to tory. Burch was an instant success and you launch. It was it was. It was a huge an instant success. Do you ever wonder why that was case. What what what what. It was with people. Because you know when. I look at when i when i think about what tory burch means to me. There's this kind of rich personal story. in in everything that you've offered to the world and i i would make sense to me that that is the thing that would have clicked with people that they related to you. And because you somehow you'll know what you will make expressed you. But i wonder if you've ever sat down and thought about why it worked as well as it did is quickly as it did dance. I don't give it a lot of time thinking valdan. Certainly it's a bit of a mystery that people Or things that we do and have done have resonated in the way that they have. I certainly in all that. And and and it's i think one of the things i've been fascinated with over the years is the idea that luxury isn't about a price point and and that's something that i think is relatable particularly today. I think even more so today. So what is luxury aside from time which we all know. It's probably the biggest luxury i think. It's i look at things in terms of style and this idea How things make you feel emotion and I there's nothing better when i hear that are close. Make one joel competent That's a luxury to me but to think about something That you buy that you have forever. That's that's the luxury that you can hand on and keep down and something that That's something i've been thinking. A lot about is. How do you design beautiful things that are timeless sense last now that ties in obviously to a lot of concerns and fashion. I mean what you're talking about is also in a way the essence of couture that it's closed on disposable. It's closed set. Do get passed on that. And is that that that's the embodiment of sustainability. They have a life now. It's interesting that that is now in people's minds and your mind as a sort of it's almost an opposition to the way the industry was or the what the end is. The fashion industry had become. That's a fairly fundamental change. It seems to me. I think a fundamental change and important change and a change that we all need to think about and You know from sustainability. i'm very careful Talking about it externally because for me it's so important to have real things to talk about and it not just be a marketing term. And so that's i think one thing around sustainability that people don't talk enough about which is one of the biggest problems is product and be over development and managing. How how much you order of things and and making sure. There's not a lot of waste aside from the fact that i mean. We're working on many initiatives not not from an external standpoint should message them but really because it's the right thing to do when we all need to be accountable. And that's something i'm holding myself to. It's a herculean effort. It's we have a lot to do and certainly as an industry we have lots to do. But personally so i hold myself
"burch" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Today i am talking to tory burch and You know we've all been in lockdown not while in london locked a gain but tori has been in you know in the same situation as all of us. I'm very curious as to where where you have way. You have spent this time. Will you have spent these groundhog days. It is groundhog day. Hi tim to'real in march. I came with a small little suitcase. Thinking i was coming for the weekend to quarantine and or at least a week. And i've been mostly in long island and southampton but From march until june. Out here. Then now i go into the city three days a week which has been great. How did you find the whole experience. I've been talking to designers at such an interesting thing. How many of them have said to me that they never realized how restriction was so inspiring and mom curious as to know as to find out what your experience might have been with Yeah now. I mean listen. We've always had a bit of restriction in one way or another So i i. I like restriction. I think one of the things that has happened with the whole lockdown as it makes you standstill. it makes you Not travel not move. Which in a way for me. The last fifteen years has been a constant of all of that so to be able to be in one place has been really transformative on many levels. Definitely one of the silver linings but from restriction and finding creativity within is something that has happened in this idea of being resourceful and agile. I think it all ties together. How has it changed your opinion of what you do definitely have a giant magnifying glass for the last ten months which i can't believe it's ten months that we've been doing this And you know it's for me been A it's thinking about intention and thoughtfulness. And i will. Certainly you know with purity of joining as ceo. The last two years it's also given me the opportunity to focus only on product and give up the operating role of our company which has been a wonderful thing on many levels that to be able to just focus on the product and particularly since cova It's it's been A bunch of thoughtfulness around editing around meaning around what the essence of who we are and where we started many levels. I started at our kitchen table. And i'm back there right now. You know. I always sort of you as somebody who had lost both. Who'll both those heads very well the designer and the ceo. The business woman. What what has not been involved with the business actually with running the business actually meant do. Is there any of that you miss so we just glad to leave behind. Now i have to say. I don't miss it. You know. i like the idea that i can think left right left side of my brain and i understand business and certainly i've had to really learn on the job essentially Both from a design perspective and a business respective. I started from scratch when i started this company But you know. I think many people were fascinated with this idea of being a female ceo. And i've always designed product even from the the beginning but now I i don't think it's possible to do both and do both well. I think what's happened over. The last few years has given me the time that you need to really focus on the product and i think Before that it was being pulled in a million directions all the time and now i actually have time to really give the intention that the product needs. And i think i see it our see. It's i think. I'm definitely it's a bit of a reinvention and a welcome one but do you being more reflective in a moment do have you been able to tory. Burch was an instant success and you launch. It was it was. It was a huge an instant success. Do you ever wonder why that was case. What what what what. It was with people. Because you know when. I look at when i when i think about what tory burch means to me. There's this kind of rich personal story. in in everything that you've offered to the world and i i would make sense to me that that is the thing that would have clicked with people that they related to you. And because you somehow you'll know what you will make expressed you. But i wonder if you've ever sat down and thought about why it worked as well as it did is quickly as it did dance. I don't give it a lot of time thinking valdan. Certainly it's a bit of a mystery that people Or things that we do and have done have resonated in the way that they have. I certainly in all that. And and and it's i think one of the things i've been fascinated with over the years is the idea that luxury isn't about a price point and and that's something that i think is relatable particularly today. I think even more so today. So what is luxury aside from time which we all know. It's probably the biggest luxury i think. It's i look at things in terms of style and this idea How things make you feel emotion and I there's nothing better when i hear that are close. Make one joel competent That's a luxury to me but to think about something That you buy that you have forever. That's that's the luxury that you can hand on and keep down and something that That's something i've been thinking. A lot about is. How do you design beautiful things that are timeless sense last now that ties in obviously to a lot of concerns and fashion. I mean what you're talking about is also in a way the essence of couture that it's closed on disposable. It's closed set. Do get passed on that. And is that that that's the embodiment of sustainability. They have a life now..
"burch" Discussed on Made By Women
"On anything that you could think of but one of the real things that were creating is a community and the ability to network because men are so great at that though to have a community and be the goatee stores for women. Entrepreneurs is what our site has become. We've had over twelve thousand people write business plans with a lot of the things that we have to teach you how to do that on. Our site We have a great partnership with bank of america that we started in two thousand and fourteen to give women access to low interest loans. And we've given out over. Fifty seven million dollars to women in the united states and bank of america has committed to go up to a hundred million is extremely exciting. We as i said. Have this great network. Where many of these women are facing similar challenges regardless of their their business so to help each other is also an invaluable part of our programming. Well any entrepreneur knows and certainly anybody in the business who works on entrepreneurship knows that among the great challenges are access to capital access to training access to networks. And you've bundled all of that together through your partnership with the of a and in other ways to provide that so how are ya in our fellowship program. We give a five thousand dollar business education grant to each fellow that is packed there that that's a really exciting thing for them as well. Well i certainly encourage any of our listeners. Who are interested in this to to your website and learn all about the fellowship program. Yeah and just quickly that one of the pivots that we've done with the foundation during covid is we become this goto destination for small businesses navigating government resources and other pandemic related supports. That we be. We also have free weekly webinars on topics from berra relief options to financial management to again marketing communications. And that's been really helpful to lot of as we know small businesses out. Just been crushed. That is a real service. I was in a conversation Just last week with a group of organizational representatives and this was a big issue. The one that you just described. That's covid related issue. Which is how do you navigate the relief space these days. And where do we get in transition or the hardest hit when you're looking at exactly disproportionately you know. Were referring to it as the she session instead of a recession or well so many women yes so many women are heard ard so in the context of all of this. Let me end by asking you. What makes you optimistic at this time. So many people are hurting and a wondering. What's going to happen to them. And you've had to go through all kinds of challenges in your business. What keeps tory burch going. Well i i'm an optimist by by nature and i can't helping optimistic i believe in humanity and i think this younger generation now is poised to tackle many of the big issues and they've been woken up. As far as i'm concerned. They realized that what happens in leadership roles really matters though. I think that that is a big positive. That's coming out of this time. And i think obviously voting is an important part of that. But i believe in people. I believe in humanity decency at dick's though. I can't not be optimistic. I think that it's tough stuff that we're dealing with. And wherever you look whether it's racial justice or climate change or anything that you can think of is just one thing after another so. I think this thing that i love most is bringing people together and people are. I see i see it in my company. I see it with my friends. I see it in my community. Well you've obviously done that. Well and i've been a witness to that firsthand as well. Thank you so much for reminding us of those bedrock virtues that we should never forget and certainly to practice. Thank you for carrying. Thank you for your commitment. Thank you for your know how to enable others to be successful entrepreneurs as you are tori. This has been a wonderful conversation. Thank you thank you for being an inspiration town. I really mean that the thank you are our networks. Do matter and everybody being support to each other. I think is a wonderful way to proceed in life. But we're so grateful to you tori. Thank you so much. Thank you stay. Every time i talked to tory burch. I get inspired. I'll over again. Tori makes everything seem possible. Here are some lessons. I took away for that conversation. I it's not only possible to build a business around purpose. it is desirable. Torey had admission to empower women. It became the pivot point for everything she does. Second it pays to be contrarian to trust your gut when you know it's right. Tori was laughed at by investors. When she said she wanted to create a foundation. I a company. Second when she said she wanted to sell directly to consumers she was told. No one would buy fashion online. Everything people advise me. She said i did. the opposite. finally tori suggests that entrepreneurs can succeed by finding a niche. They can fill a story. Says if you feel that something is missing. That's a good way to look at your business. If you're a woman entrepreneur who wants to learn from top birch apply for the tory burch foundation fellows program fifty women entrepreneurs will be selected for this year long program. It includes education workshops and a five thousand dollar grant. Applications are open until november the twelfth go to tory. Burch foundation dot org made by women is brought to you by the seneca women podcast network and iheartradio with support from founding partner. Png her with amino brown is a weekly podcast. 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"burch" Discussed on Here's Something Good
"On. Here's something good. We often talk about finding your purpose in life and then letting your purpose guide your actions. We reminded about how powerful purpose can be when we talked to recently with designer. Tory burch tory. Burch of course is a name known around the world starting with a single store in lower manhattan in two thousand and four. She built a global brand that includes everything from clothing accessories to active wear. But what's different about tori. Is that from the very beginning. She built company around purpose. That is the purpose of empowering women today her tory burch foundation supports and trains women entrepreneurs and her embrace ambition initiative helps all women recognized their own power. So how did purpose. Fuel tory burch. Here's what she had to say. A purpose lead business. Fifteen years ago was very unusual. I was very careful about it. Being perceived as marketing in any way to have a foundation as an intrinsic part of the company with something that i knew from day one. I wanted and it was going to be my way of actually giving back in a significant way but i also knew that it would take time and we had to build a successful company before i was ready to message at externally. I didn't get all yeses when i called people back. Then the idea of purpose lead company. I was pretty much laughed at when i went to try to raise money. I was told very concretely. Never say business and social responsibility in the same sentence patted on my back as if it were charity work so it just made me more determined to to really make a purpose lead business something that we're so proud of today and obviously today is a very important concept from an innovation standpoint. When you're talking about company. I knew that i wanted to start a foundation when i started the company and i knew that it would be around women and children but i didn't really know exactly how that would unfold over time. I spent a lot of time going to places and taking meetings with people to figure out what our foundation would be about. The thing i realize is that i women had a much harder time in business and certainly accessing capital so that was something that i started to really think a lot about and in two thousand nine. That's what our foundation did. It was really. How do we empower women in the united states. Because i felt the united states has a lot of issues that we need to deal with right here we do education and certainly we are just about to start our new fellowship Announcement where we're going to be open for people to apply to be one of the next group of fellows. We'll be picking fifty women. Any entrepreneurs are listening. You should go to tory. Burch foundation dot org. You can read about how to to really apply and and be considered because it's a very exciting year where we spend a lot of time on education we in when there wasn't a pandemic would fly the fellows into new york for a week. We give them access to people in business. We'd have a Seminars and on education on business on marketing onto entrepreneurship. On anything that you could think of but one of the real things that we're creating is a community and the ability to network because men are so great that So to have a community and be the go to source for women. entrepreneurs is what our site has become. We've had over twelve thousand people write business plans with a lot of the things that we have to teach you how to do that on our site. What a remarkable vision tori has and her foundation does incredible work. So here's something good for today when you find your purpose and let it guide you you can make great. Things happen when she started out. Tory burch told potential investors. She wanted to build her business around purpose but they were not convinced ultimately. She proved them wrong in spectacular. Fashion torrey also.
New York Fashion Week 2020: Pared down, and virtually all virtual
"For New York Fashion Week As the show goes digital without many of the regular top designers more from CBS is Lisa Matteo. So much for celebrities in the front row are paparazzi behind the lens of this season's fashion week in New York City, the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Has been pushing the event to go Digital. Amid the pandemic, less than a handful of labels will show their spring collections in person and nearly 70 will offer There's digitally on runway 3 60. A number of top designers have opted out entirely, including Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta, Ralph Lauren, Michael Cores and Tory Burch. The event runs through Thursday. Lisa
Cozy Clothes and B.O. Woes
"And you know. I just want to take a minute to say like. Thanks for going along. With this podcast ride with us during this quarantine. We're glad you're here. I, don't know just thinking about that like sometimes. I marvel at the fact that there are people hearing this I know. I talked about this like once every three episodes where I'm like we have listeners, but it's so cool and I. The spencers ups and downs and I feel grateful that there are people. Going along for the ride with us, totally, it's nice to know you're all out. Yeah, yeah, it really is a really. It really is like I I imagine. If we did not make this podcast, I would feel much more alone and. Isolated and so a really appreciate I agree. How's it going over there? Cat. Never called you unless. It's going okay. I I realized I'm. Getting into this mode I, think especially now that I'm so focused on working on my book that. Like, I'll be like. Oh, it's the late afternoon. I have not like I have not even been outside today. So today I was like okay I must go on a walk. Get forced myself to go on a walk. Just to? Be Able to be outside and those really nice out today. But you have the hours just like slip away. Time feel so meaningless it really. Really does. Are Are you still like motivated to put on regular clothes every day. So the answer to that is no, however I did. Put on regular clothes yesterday, which is like. A day when we recorded a lot of podcast stuff, even though we weren't GonNa, see each other. I love your clothes, and I even splits on some purview. Actually Oh, wait I'm sorry who is I, know I meant to tell you? I forgot to tell you I'm telling you now. A! Recording interview and podcast away, and you were like dressed incented. The whole was I was I was wearing. Wearing linen. In like Biz cash, but. I was I was included on your like. Your slim fit Khakis and like just a sensible. Tory burch flats. No, I did not a Ha-. But I was not in leggings. Or you know pajamas as I am right now I'm in my pajamas. Makings. So the answer to your question is not. Usually, Yeah I've been I've been thinking about that lately. Because I feel like busy Phillips went on like a big like was a big advocate. Look, I follow along with busy Phillips as life three actively Phillips soon to be podcast. I'm so excited I think with. One of our past amazing? Yes, I think that's GonNa. Be a great. And one of her raiders. tearoom concern yeah. I'm excited for that podcast. Maybe busy can talk more about this because she was like a big advocate of. Getting dressed in quote unquote real close. Hate I to advocate for getting dressed in real close every day. Do I do it now. But I think it's a good idea. I. Mean Look Yep. We don't practice what we preach here. I, you know I will say I did acquire. Some like come Fi. Non. Athlete. Clothes like the linen overalls I have a pair of. Soft cotton, drawstring pants from blue and gray that I wear quite often. I wear them. Those I've read them today I wore them today. Actually so actually I'm kind of walking back my statement I. I have I have like pandemic close. That are just like cosy comfy clothes, but they're not leggings. and. I will also say I, stopped wearing under wire bras I only wear i. have like Chew Brawl. Let's that I rotate. Okay, so I think this brings us to kind of a new genre. which is your pandemic Wardrobe like? Because, my pandemic wardrobe. Is when it's not like likings and like pajamas and like sweat type outings. It is these short universal thread shorts. I bought at target last year. Some sort of like Tankeea toppy thing I, guess you could also just call that a tank top and. Taking top. Kreis. But you know like sometimes. It's a loose shirt. Something that the Tang yet sometimes yet. Thank you avi.
"burch" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Friday Dr Debra Burch your colleague said that DC is a metro area with the highest positivity rate in the country there's significant virus swirling here all the G. seven leaders agreed to come to Washington and is it advisable to do that well the G. seven summit if it happens in person we think it will will take place at the end of June so I we're I think we're getting very close to the peak in front of the peak already in Washington and if the if the situation permits and we think it well would love to have the G. seven and in person I think the G. seven leaders would love to meet in person and and I do a video conference the president extended the invitation so far we've had a great response the logistics will make sure everybody's tested will make sure that it's a safe environment if the leaders can come here but would love to have a say in Washington end of June no longer June tenth for the G. seven no I think we'd be looking at the end of June at this point just because the logistics of bringing in so many world leaders with their their security details and and planning for the event so I think it would be later in June but again it's a chance for the the leaders of the the democracies of they have the right to free enterprise countries to get together and decide how to get their condoms reopened and how we can work together to look to make sure that we all come out of the skull the crisis and bring back health and and peace and prosperity to our peoples president trump is slated to have the G. seven summit for June tenth through twelfth at camp David the retreat in Maryland but in March he announced he was canceling because of the pandemic in that the leaders would confer by video conference instead well one of China's biggest tech companies has criticized the trump administration for what it calls politicizing business after the administration slapped export sanctions on thirty three more Chinese enterprises and government entities the announcement expands the U. S. campaign against Chinese companies Washington says maybe security threats are involved in human rights abuses the most prominent name is Keith three sixty a maker of anti virus software and a web browser the company said it firmly opposes quote this irresponsible action and criticized the US commerce department for politicizing business Beijing criticised curbs imposed earlier on tech giant Huawei and other Chinese companies but has yet to say whether it will retaliate nearly forty million Americans have filed for unemployment in just two months while the Senate decides what to do next with federal aid as Republicans consider their next move ahead of the fed reserve has been sounding the alarm for lawmakers to act now in order to avoid a deep recession Boston fed C. E. L. Eric Rosengren says the coronavirus vaccine is needed to get unemployment levels to return to pre covert rates which is why lawmakers need to act now unfortunately I think it's likely to be double digit unemployment through the end of this year and full employment getting back down to the low levels of unemployment we saw at the end of February probably takes either a vaccine or other medical innovations that make it much less risky to go out of the principal reason for that is that industries that have been affected like retail hotels transport are all industries that consumers have to be comfortable so it's not just that you have to open up the businesses consumers have to be comfortable going back and shopping and going out on planes and in the hotels yeah absolutely and there's a debate right now in Congress about whether to extend the enhanced unemployment benefits that if people can get their claims processed have been receiving those would expire in July from where you said do you believe that kind of extra money is needed and should be extended I think we need to continue fiscal and monetary policy because double digit unemployment risks actually causing a much more severe outcome in labor markets over time the exact nature of that has to be up to Congress but I do think that we're going to need additional fiscal policy so an extra six hundred dollars which is what it is does that make a significant difference let's certainly makes a significant difference for low and moderate income and other individuals most of whom are on our lease our salaries so I think that that is certainly one of the ways that you can provide additional support to low and moderate income individuals that audio courtesy of CBS the hertz has filed for bankruptcy protection unable to withstand the pandemic that's crippled global travel and.
"burch" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Debra Burch your colleague said that DC is a metro area with the highest positivity rate in the country there's significant virus swirling here all the G. seven leaders agreed to come to Washington and is it advisable to do that well the G. seven summit if it happens in person we think it will take place at the end of June so I we're I think we're getting very close to the peak in front of the peak already in Washington and if the if the situation permits and we think it well would love to have the G. seven and in person I think the G. seven leaders would love to meet in person and and I do a video conference of the president extended the invitation so far we've had a great response the logistics will make sure everybody's tested will make sure that it's a safe environment if the leaders can come here but we left the house in Washington end of June no longer June tenth for the G. seven no I think we'd be looking at the end of June at this point just because the logistics of bringing in so many world leaders with their their security details and and planning for the event so I think it would be later in June but again it's a chance for the the leaders of the the democracies of the head of the eggs for free enterprise countries to get together and decide how to get their condoms re opened and how we can work together to look to make sure that we all come out of the scope of the crisis and bring back health and and peace and prosperity to our peoples president trump is slated to have the G. seven summit for June tenth through twelfth at camp David the retreat in Maryland but in March he announced he was canceling because of the pandemic about the leaders would confer by video conference instead well one of China's biggest tech companies has criticized the trump administration for what it calls politicizing business after the administration slapped export sanctions on thirty three more Chinese enterprises and government entities the announcement expands the U. S. campaign against Chinese companies Washington says maybe security threats are involved in human rights abuses the most prominent name is Keith three sixty a maker of anti virus software and a web browser the company said it firmly opposes quote this irresponsible action and criticized the U. S. commerce department for politicizing business Beijing criticised curbs imposed earlier on tech giant Huawei and other Chinese companies but has yet to say whether it will retaliate nearly forty million Americans have filed for unemployment in just two months while the Senate decides what to do next with federal aid as Republicans consider their next move the head of the fed reserve has been sounding the alarm for lawmakers to act now in order to avoid a deep recession Boston fed CEO Eric Rosengren says the coronavirus vaccine is needed to get unemployment levels to return to pre covert rates which is why lawmakers need to act now unfortunately I think it's likely to be double digit unemployment through the end of this year and full employment getting back down to the low levels of unemployment we saw at the end of February probably takes either a vaccine or other medical innovations that make it much less risky to go out of the principal reason for that is that industries that have been affected like retail hotels transport are all industries that consumers have to be comfortable so it's not just that you have to open up the businesses consumers have to be comfortable going back down shopping and going out on planes and in the hotels yeah absolutely and there's a debate right now in Congress about whether to extend the enhanced unemployment benefits that if people can get their claims processed have been receiving those would expire in July from where you said do you believe that kind of extra money is needed and should be extended I think we need to continue fiscal and monetary policy because double digit unemployment risks actually causing a much more severe outcome in labor markets over time the exact nature of that has to be up to Congress but I do think that we're going to need additional fiscal policy so an extra six hundred dollars which is what it is does that make a significant difference certainly makes a significant difference for low and moderate income and other individuals most of whom are on our lease our salaries so I think that that is certainly one of the ways that you can provide additional support to low and moderate income individuals that audio courtesy of CBS the hertz has filed for bankruptcy protection unable to withstand the pandemic that's crippled global travel and.
"burch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Fairly well Tory Burch put out a video and here's how she describes it she says one of the songs I played over and over again growing up was mad world by tears for fears hard to imagine a song that seems more relevant right now I'm so happy to share a new beautiful version made by my dear friend Curt Smith of tears for fears Smith of tears for fears and Tory Burch playing guitar side by side in some beautiful harmonies a miniature you ready yes this is a way to get better he says Warner fairly soon is the only he says good morning to use of the yes and No Way explore legs spread should one so to soon finding the funding the rooms in which jogging in this little girl is adorable as the little girl because daughter that's his daughter yeah are you sure it says right here did it that way let me just see a.
"burch" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Burch please the black angels is a sleaze remains thank you your secure somebody who I have known for thirty years Jim hi he's a total loser Marianne Williamson this is let me thank you Greg because all losers all right lord Marianne and Greg said and what is the limit all of our imagination it's a crisis that we face today the talent on show Jefferies here along with don prior we want to tell you about our friend Chris waters he's a broker and owner of waters international realty got a proven repeatable marketing system to sell homes fast in fact he can get you a guaranteed offer it's seventy two hours and now you can get out of a listing contract with Chris free and clear any time yes but you're not gonna have time because he sells homes fast a lot of great success stories here is a girl and Bobby he lived in south Austin it listen his wife passed away unfortunately Bobby and his daughter well they have the home on the road down the home had a lot of deferred maintenance Chriss to in his team got them an offer within seventy two hours at full market value Bobby picked his closing date himself didn't have to deal with making any repairs bobbing his daughter were able to move on and not worry about the whole meanwhile is daughter was now well taken care of financially thanks to.
"burch" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman
"And founder and CEO of affect uh-huh and a company who software can read your face and know what you're feeling here is Rona hi everyone the first thing I want you to know about my story is that I'm on a mission to humanize technology by building artificial emotional intelligence into our devices on our interfaces you see hey I systems become more mainstream and as a continues to take on more roles that were traditionally done by humans it's not enough for a to have lots and lots of you cognitive intelligence it really needs E. Q. Emotional intelligence empathy when you think about human communication only seven percent of how we communicate what another is in the actual choice of words we use ninety three percent is non verbal it's all about facial expressions vocal intonations gestures and today in our digital universe all of that Non Verbal Communication Disappears into cyberspace so we're trying to capture that by using machine learning deep learning and tons of data to build algorithms that can understand a catcher these nonverbal signals so Rana's AI technology read your facial expression and based upon the teeny muscles around smiling eyes or your furrowed brow the ai knows how you feel and if that leaves you feeling curious but also uneasy or not wrong listed on there are many many many applications of this technology there's applications and mental health facial and vocal biomarkers of depression Parkinson's there's applications.
"burch" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman
"And to make sure you're going on the right path that's Lou who come alu a navigator who capped him an epic journey around the world not even encompass we set sail from DT in May two thousand seventeen the first seven days go by fast we're banking time knowing the most unpredictable waters lie ahead seven days into our journey..
'Borderlands 3' voice actor turned down role because Gearbox ‘wouldn’t go union’
"One on the report why Troy Baker isn't in borderlands three this is Kirk Kirk mckean over vg twenty four seven. If you remember we're of course do this whole Brouhaha for months. Now Randy Pitchford was asked on twitter. Hey is going to be reese. Randy said no troy turned down in Troy. I didn't turn it down. You guys said No. There's been back and forth. It's been ugly here's Kirk at VGA twenty four seven. We recently got a chance to talk to Baker during a fan event for wrestler replay. Let's play series the actor host alongside the other Troy Baker Nolan north. I love that during our chat he was openly disappointed that he didn't get a chance to play reese again in Borderlands Orlands three quote so they came to me and they were like do you want to do this. Baker explained which I said absolutely and then they made it impossible for me to do the role. It had nothing to do with money money. It had nothing to do. It had nothing to do with money. It had nothing to do with money. They just simply would not go about doing it the way that we needed to be done so then it it was like I never said no gosh I I worry Detroit. No he was talking to a reporter. It sounds like he's had a retro replay thing with Guinness just sitting there talking we we asked Baker to clarify what he meant by this scheduling conflicts or something else quote no it was simply a matter that they wouldn't go union. He replied and I can't do a non union union GIG without getting too deep into the weeds of that we had long conversations about this. We always knew going into it that this was going to be the thing they're gonNa take these characters and put them from put them from the tales from the series from telltale into Borland's proper. I've been waiting for this call. They were like do you want to do this and I said yes. They never they never because they would never move from that position. I'm not mad is invariably a complicated different. I'm sorry it's invariably a completely different different character but it's still sings stings fuck. It's hard to read quotes that are like just talking yeah. When it's a prepared quote we all go this garbage quote or a written word in general but when Choi's they're they're doubling up sentences over jabbing now the fun little kind of funny thing that we can do that but I want? I was going to bring in Chad's question because I think there's interesting. relation dossier Chad wrote in to Patriot dot com slash Kinda Funny Games says morning folks with the reveal this morning that Baker as a sack after member couldn't minute reprise his role of reese in Borland's three because gearbox wouldn't go union. Do you think this is something we'll see more of. Do you think this now becoming such a high profile story will before the hands of publishers to allow voice actors to unionize. I also wonder how often this happens. Considering it took one of if not the most popular voice actors sorry known to to make a headline that said I love the solitary solidarity intrigue continues to demonstrate that he is one of the kindest humans lot also. Let Your Voice Actors Union is Randy what the fuck cheers so yes. I already know where you're going with. This is an interesting story. If you all remember we hear kind of funny didn't animated series called kind of funny the animated series in episode one principal Christopher Walken it was played by Donna Troy Baker and the idea of course is that that'd be reoccurring character throughout throughout the entire run of the animated series well on top of that he was going to play two characters. He was gonNA play the principal. He was also gonNA play Troy who was like the Guy Oh I do. Remember who was a character in the show that just doesn't ever have voice yeah and the reason he doesn't have a voice is he's a Wendy's boyfriend. I remember that yeah I'd beef with Troy and we we we did a he pulled favor. I totally which is a gal do fucking voice view. He ended up getting kind of in trouble for it. It was more of a slap on the wrist. If you can't be doing that Shit so dr like hey we want to do the whole like series a kind of social. Whatever the hell it was at that point we had to go through his people and he didn't want to be that way he was he's like dude? I want to do this. Let's make it work but us us especially back then be the people we were. We got maybe two steps into that process and we're oh man it's complicated and it's going to require not too much money but the way that the money had to go was too complicated for what we were set up for gearbox they can handle that shape this and nothing that's of course the argument to be made here right is that kind of funny in the spare bedroom at the kitchen table and nick riding on these scripts was not the same as gearbox however there's a lot of different stuff going on here. Remember that when the David eddings lawsuit stuff was happening right and he was saying he that when he got replaced as claptrap this is a similar thing right that he left left in some he he worked at gearbox did the voice of claptrap and didn't get paid extra because of it. That's not the payment thing. I don't know anything about that other than what eddings has talked about publicly but that's still seems to be the case with how they do the voices in general right after the troy thing happened. I wondered if it was this based on what had happened with us. We obviously we had never had that kind of sag work a conversation before because we never did something like that before so it'd been so much time between borderlands two boroughs three I wondered after this happened with Troy was a union thing and then on top of that. I wonder how that would affect one actually burch who of course tiny team in the game is in the game. It is actually on the economy com slash wrong if I'm wrong about that doing tiny Tina's voice like I was wondering how she got around it because that's the other thing within the union ship makes everything so complicated. No longer on unions do a lot of great. I'm good. I'm not saying they're bad but I know like when I go and do the Lego Games because I'm not union. I have to do Taft Hartley Agreement. That's something weird like I. There's like paperwork on top of paperwork that is like we're bringing this person in because he s voice because of x y and Z yeah and so you know it's this weird thing of also talking to an extent here but for a long time not forever a longtime telltale didn't use SAG after voice actors obviously towards the end the change we're talking about in the borderland right here troy's in that obviously laurabeets in that all that but I remember and I'd have to go look at it now. There's there's something different about the credits where if you look through the credits of a telltale game where they use both union and non union they get credited in different ways interesting. There's so many intricate streak. I can't even talk to complications to use voice sag person or a a union voice actress nonunion voice actor that I I do wonder what this means for. How gearbox does it? You know I think chat ask in general I don't think so because I don't think this is something that happens often in many ways we've talked about. I think it is automatic. I'd imagine this happening all the time. I mean if it happened to us. I'm sure it's happening all over the place that you just don't hear about it because most people don't have podcast that years later the randomly telling the story sure you know but I think were going just different uh-huh directions with this one I'm saying I wonder how much this happens in terms of AAA Games. That's what I'm
"burch" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Also I gotta be honest. I need to fuck like just too fucking busy. All I'm doing is working all the time and everyone super happy with me except for my vagina. Everyone's like oh great keep up the good work and I'm like a bitch is lonely. Hormones are real and they control practically everything you are listening to made of human also known as the Mobile ooh Pond a podcast hosted by SOFI can who is in Danish comedian so aw if you can hear something in the background is probably my dehumidifier and all my laundry great machine laundry machine is at the Washington washing machine. Oh boy I've been so I went straight from Edinburgh. The unrest the festival to Sweden to Denmark and then from Denmark I went back to London were identified a week at the Soho theatre and literally five minutes. It's after I walked off stage on the very last night I fell. Ill and I woke up on the Sunday. Just I've never I had a cold blanket. It was like a super cold x. l. cold it was quite incredible quite impressive and I have been sick up until now and now I'm recording this intro so my brain is it's mushy isn't that and I did this. Recording with disarray does burch yesterday and I'm very excited for you to listen to it. I think it's a very interesting chat. We talked quite a lot at the end about boundaries andries and it's kind of hard kind of difficulties about setting boundaries is that it always sounds really harsh. People don't like it when you set boundaries and it it feels uncomfortable to make people feel uncomfortable so I was a bit wary about the whole chat but I have multiple at the very end because it's hard to talk about when you haven't had it yet but yeah if it makes you a bit. I have a bit more say after the chest. Done is is kind of touch upon this this thing of calling someone out within your own group within your own group of friends and allies and people like you and it was all been iffy but the way it works is she just she doesn't give a shit this she'll just do it and I'm impressed by her and I probably shouldn't be apologetic about it. That's all boundaries isn't that you should just have them and set them all learning because unlike and maybe well people will be mad at you but that's a whole boundaries isn't it isn't that choosing you look. I'm I'm sitting at my desk in my tiny. Tamie tiny flat and I've just received an order. I made needed some hand soap and I'm not leaving the house this weekend again because no knows my own almost the end of September. This is my first day off for three months. Where I'm I'm not doing anything. That's not okay because they even mentioned that before Edinburgh. I was in Dublin then before doubted. My friend came with a child so now you can't have a holiday even as a child has just been so long anyways the point is I just ordered some hand soap online and then I was like Ooh five pounds that must be a really good one five pound hand wash and it was all like natural oil and moisturizing and no piff you all of that sort of stuff. No animal testing and that's like five pounds. That's worth it. If it's such a good hand wash so I ordered it turns out. It's five pounds because it's a box full of hand wash like this so I have. I'm surrounded rounded by hand wash. I have hand wash for the next eight years of my life. It's kind of silly. When I'm I'm sitting here. I looked like a very dirty hands. Anyways I will let you listen to my little chat with US WE I. I want to remind you that might source starting soon stance dancing on Sunday where I will come to winchester then I'll being Kendall and Abidine and Buxton and a bunch of other places the names I have forgotten that will also be added more dates to it so my newsletter to see where I'm going to be in probably going to be near you at some point. Come come and see my show. The bump swing. It's it's going to be very fun full evening. I'm going to be selling books afterwards doing signings a product will doug and he's incredibly so funny and and it will just be a really fun to I would love to be part of it. southern hanging dot com forward slash tour and if you're london-bound. I have of course done most of my London shows for this year of my show however I will be doing a bunch of working with Mark Watson my favorite person Mac Watson. We'll be sharing like an evening so we'll do. I'll do forty five minutes to an hour a break then he'll do forty five minutes to our own new steps that we don't know if it's funny but stuff that will eventually become a full show. His is already pretty funny which is annoying. I'm going to be struggling way more than him. Very annoying now goes to see that I think live just so he can come and unlike live shows or shows whatever it's mature but now I would love to listen to my conversation with the incredible disarray batch a fuck. I hate that when it starts to the date of the drinking come minds and hang out all in one all in one and then there's always tomorrow to for those extra try to pretend that I have good posture and said juice donates to do that. No one's watching but still H- when was the last time you did this. This must have been when we were in Denver. I was going to say I I think the last time is when we were. I can't remember what cities in but it was like. This lovely little rose okay. Yes no elbow elbow. Okay okay all right yeah. It was really nice. That's a two and a half years. Yeah it really was. I was really stoke that you took that tour. Thank you so much. It was school meeting really Great Danes. That was a weird way. Freezing that is people with like a really wonderful sense of things yeah right. That's talks lots of really large what you've been up to since what's happened since where you now compatibility with working so much well. Let's see a lot lots of let's see well to Edinburgh have happened since then I suppose because I I went with you before two thousand seventeen but I can't remember if I did so yeah and then this past one and to Apollo's have happened all kinds of TV things. You're all kinds of things. I think I've moved house twice since then maybe and yeah. I don't know lots and lots of work but it's ours personal life not not a whole hell of a lot no yeah now soubra warring everything's work all the time time and then everyone ask you about that. That's super cool but like I wish I don't now. I wish someone would talk to me about something else but when they do have nothing to say because I've been but work and then come home and watch a different Netflix series that do do you need space had some. I need if I need to progress dad brain. Yes he's so much space and you're very very proactive and wise about demanding that and I really respect that about you in the way that you do your work and then you're like well. I'm ready ready to do the show now so that's what I'm GonNa do or not doing that now but you've also very wisely cultivated your own following so that you don't have to sit there and worry in your head so much about like the next thing ever. GonNa come or whatever it's like. You know when you do something. People are gonNA turn which is Great Yeah Yeah. It's that thinks some ways as it becomes a little bit onerous but I think your burdens whatever well I think. This is those people. I still don't know how to grow that. So there's the the people who are there are amazing and they're incredible and the loyal yeah but I don't know how to reach New People so that's why I'm like looking at your career going ship. I'm not during the television staff yeah but funny. Thing is like everybody else in the world always knows how great you're doing but you yeah in terms of everybody knows how famous you are or how how what your impact is but you and I think that goes for everybody and so we're all. I mean we're always doing the compare and despair thing of Oh but there's just not enough of you and on time and not enough life like I mean at least you are still young so I mean you've got so much ahead ahead of you and you've got so much life to live to you. It just turned forty this year. How's that it's a thing yeah. It was the lead up to it was much more of a thing than the crossing over the thirty nine was stressful year and a it wasn't a thing that I like thirty was not a big thing in my head and it was great to get to a place to be like Oh yeah. I don't have to give a shit anymore. I'm thirty but you do work your ass off in the decade moves fast and then suddenly this one was like not as as much like I thought I would have had certain things by now but like oh like maybe I thought I would have grown up by now or like and yeah and also mortality is real like you know we don't. It's not that we're all GONNA die someday. It's that I am going to die. Some adorable cute sweet lovely. Me Is going to die someday and not something like one day like sooner than it's ever been before and that's real and I'm not going to do certain things in my life and I have to reckon with that and I also have to think about what I am going to do. With my life is all going to be about work because there's there's more to life than me than that you know and so yeah it was it and it felt really like just sitting on my chest and so I did a couple of things like I'm going to take myself on this trip. I'm going to go traveling. A bit did the burning man thing which I wrote the show about like last summer because I knew that was like marching toward that and I wanted to I had been before but I wanted to go back. Can I did I went to Peru and Macci peaked you and all that other stuff in February after my birthday and yeah so I just like did Lee set up a couple of things is to be like I am marking this turning point my life and it really did feel like turning point more so than anything else but once I was over the Hump of that it felt great just to be like and forty out to give a fuck that shit anymore you know or like yeah like all of my friends who like we all have one joint or set that just don't work anymore. You Know Lakewood guy like Oh my knees. Oh I can't get up. It's just nice to be like Oh. We're all debilitated in this adorable way. It's really what's your thing. Minds my back yeah right now. Oh yeah now. It's my shoulders my hip off alignment. We all have things that we anymore and it's just cute..
"There's Something About Mary" Actor: W. Earl Brown Interview
"My next guest is one of the most talented diverse actors i've ever had on the show. Please welcome w earl brown to the show. He's one of the best actors on a plane. That's certainly one of my favorites earl house like treating it today. It's going pretty excellent. I'm gonna tell you right now. I'm gonna kiss your ass. We're here you have perhaps the funniest pin tweet i have ever read in my life and i'll for those of you that are listening. I will go through a really quick in my career. I've been killed twenty twenty eight times so far. I've killed over forty and i lost my baseball that pretty much sums it up. I mean i could not stop laughing that assist in half to say so. I'm reading some ear your tweets here before i get into your life a little bit one. I completely agree with your take on casting directors actors and how they should receive some type of recognition from the from the academy. I am so on board with you on that. That was the first thing i thought when i saw that david but rubin has been named president of the academy that that finally they should be able to get recognition because it's the only department in in all of l. making the only department head. There's a head of casting that there's no oscar recognition in the never has been <hes> and that that's that's wrong so hopefully it will okay so that's that's insane because i have to tell you earl the fact that i had jackie burch on the show. I want to see a year ago. I mean she was the backbone for those unbelievable unbelievable. John hughes movies early on. She's one of the best casting directors on the planet and people don't know that because they know that but there's no you're right. There's gotta be some type recognition for these people's great work. Yeah i'm on board and two more things before we get to your life. You're a huge kiss fan. Is that accurate well. I'm a huge music fan rights across the board. That's like a lot of live shows on but yes as as a kid one of the things that right around the time. I thought i technically cognizant thought that i want to be in movies. I was a ratted kiss fan. Yes <hes> um and then <hes> so <hes> yeah. I've i've gone through numerous times over. You must follow my tweets. I am i'm going on the kiss cruise. I've been invited in years past to go and i can finally do it. I finished production on the show. I'm working on right now. <hes> <hes> right about the time of the crew so that was like you know what i'm going to one of my one of my buddies musician buddies from nationals going with me because my wife has desire higher hispanic tomorrow night in charleston. South carolina is legitimate like crews career away for a couple of weeks. Is that how that work yet. It's a five day cruise. It's a music cruise. I've done it the outlaw country cruise which is x._m. Series <music> outlaw and they do it in conjunction with six men. Six men also produces. The kiss cruise routes on the same boat. It's the same everything that's how i've been invited it. 'cause i've gotten to know all those guys and they found that i was a kiss. Fan like me just spoke so i'm finally doing for me. The twenty five hundred trunking rolling all night darting in every day in the guest navy man gene gene gene simmons does not get enough credit. He's done some beautiful things with make a wish kids but that's another story for another time. Do some really sweet things that people don't know about but the last tweet that i wanted to just before we get into your life is your recognition of the show the boys on prime. How freaking greed is that show. I i love it. I still got to shoot episodes. I think left to go yeah saddam idiots. It's it's disturbing. I'm riveted to it <hes> with you know it's such a social satire commentary on the world. We live in business that worked and the political system that we're all living. It's it's really really good and when you think about it and i won't ruin it for you because you have to left but when you think about it though it's that's exactly how superheroes would be if they existed. They wouldn't be like the marvel crew. They would be exactly like this right. Okay so let's get into your mazing life man here so you're born in western kentucky so the acting buds bog in performance bug has got a bite you right that grandparents grandparents house right because they do a lot of i don't wanna see entertaining because that's a terrible war. They put a well. How would you phrase it was the fourth i peter peter i ever attended was my grandparents torch it. Was you know it was farming. Culture and on the weekends are on sundays usually sunday afternoons afternoons after church. That's where everyone would gather. Isn't that was the one day they wouldn't be working. <hes> the the first time i really thought that i i wanna do that. I mentioned earlier of freshman year in high school three movies that just blew me away that it was the summer seventy seven seventy eight <hes> star wars halloween animal house. Those are the ones youngest pre trees videotape rentals. You know if you saw movie you had to see skaters so the movies i went back to seek multiple times where those three and they were the ones that really planted the seed. I've told by a family friend. I do do not remember this but i can remember being the ham as a kid telling jokes that stuff but she swears when i was around five years old at my grandmother's house. She said what she goes. You look to being you said monday. I'm going to be an actor in movies. I don't i don't remember it but she he swears so i guess that seat was planted earlier animal house. You have to say one of the things that you have that is really difficult difficult to get either. You have it or you don't that's my opinion on. This is a sense of humor because i i always have those people who say well. I'm funny like if you have to tell somebody. You're funny earl. You're not not funny and i believe that you've got that about you. Thanks there is there is a thing of timing that is kind of an inherent thing that if people don't have it you can't learn it <hes> it is an innate thing that really goes to the any kind of skill in any creative pursuit <hes> but yes. I do think there's a lot of great stand up comics folks who were not good actors and there's a lotta great actors who can't do comedy. I always found myself drawn towards the uh the artists that kind of <hes> did everything and shell silverstein and kris kristofferson and you know musicians as in writers and painters actors don't really think it all comes from the same place is different skill sets crafts skills involved also but that that need to create live in the moment and we share that with that i think is universal. No that's really really well said and i was talking to aunt cusak who's in the boys and she brought up second city in chicago and she was talking about that and how how that how you mentioned timing right so she was really focused on the timing part of it so it's interesting to hear you say it that way. It's really really well federal and it's it's just a story from my resume in how you approach stuff i i was a rabid seinfeld fan and i ended up getting cast on seinfeld with guest star and i never really been around. Any of those got is in leary had just won the award for master of my domain which i think alongside vitamin d benjamin lucie is the best half hour of television comedy ever written a bomb. There's some norman lear stuff that i would probably put come in that pantheon but but anyway just line so i find myself on the show cont- they fired another star in the middle of that week. I hadn't seen larry the entire time and we're about to shoot and mine was a big theme at the top of the show that sets the a. n. B. storylines in into play too big seen on a on a bus with george jerry so we've we've been rehearsing on the set. We're going to pre-tape that on an actual bus so there is shows up for the rehearsals we we go through it and as they're pulling the boss on the sound stage he goes earl is comically this. This seems not working not that coming so we go down to the other during the stage and he says let's let's run it. I'll be jordan jerry u._b. L. let's let's let's run it so we do it two or three times and he had this annoying habit habit of shaking his head no ever so slightly as we're doing it because i tell you i tell you what let's switch out the audi al u._b. George and jerry gary. Let's switch so we do it a couple of times switching roles. It was all right. Let's switch back so we slipped back back started doing this thing. He starts shaking his damned head and you know i don't lose my cool hardly ever do i even get nervous but man by ask was clinton in that. I'm gonna get tired. I said all right but let's and as he shaking his head ahead no and when i see all right what's what's the intention at the top of the scene. I mean the beat when i think of in terms of of the beats intentions intentions as an actor. <hes> you know that you enter a scene you you have a purpose for entering seeing that in that whole purpose that arc leeches through the seeing you have beats that that changed through the course of things leading toward the purpose so that's the way i think of stuff and i said so. You'll oh my intention when i entered the scene i i don't know him from from this week and he's looking at me with this incredulous look on his face me like i said oh. I didn't say this but i thought it. She doesn't think black a playwright. He doesn't think what beatson intentions each strictly comic rhythms bets. Ah the rhythm and pace of the saying fuck do it again. Let's do it again. I go back to the top and basically impersonated canadian him doing the part. That's it that's it. That's it that's it. That's the thing so that you know that was a learning process because that's the way he approaches stuff <hes> and then of course when we got he put himself in the scene as the man in the cape running on the bus and we get on the bus. I was too tall for the lights. I had to squat so that my face would appear on camera. I had he was the most unnatural thing in the world on on on camera on the frame it will but i had to do was incredibly comfortable and then we start filming the damn seen i can see his ball all hit the corner of my eye checking when he says that you know the larry sanders show exaggerated. I buy per cell nice not exaggerating there <music> but that but that's a that's a great point you bring up because you kind of he just has a different approach of how to do things. I mean look at your. I mean when i said had you were a diverse actor. I wasn't kidding all your work. Your filmography filmography is amazing so you must have as an actor those little. Those are the little things you have to learn along along the way that that obviously make you the actor you are today right. It's those little moments right. Is that a good way of looking at it yes but but it looks like not every situation. Are you perfect for our baseball game on right now. Not every great player fits on every t- recruit them and and in that situation it was it was uncomfortable for me. It turns out. It's aren't you know i'm i'm fine in it. I'm in the same cell thing <hes> and then other times. There's situations where it's just like. You know it's a perfect perfect fit. You just immediately click in with everybody that you're working with. Deadwood was that was just a really rare her <hes> situation that we were all firing on all cylinders and and we knew that we have something unique and it created hit a bond that that still exists a jerry stone pot that still exists between all of us yeah. It's an absolute work of art. I'm going to touch on that in a moment. I'm so yeah you we talked about these experiences. You you end up getting a bachelor's degree murray state you get your m._f._a. At depaul to great schools so so we get early on earl that you're the acting bug is bidu. You're you're very talented. You're you're certainly met to what you're doing but where who is your biggest influence fluence kinda coming along we mentioned some movies. We mentioned some moments but whether it's the paul murray state. Is there a mentor or somebody kind of growing up or developing your your your skill. Is there somebody that you really credit more than anybody else or is it just the the <hes> all these things taking into account as one like i think yes there's absolutely been great teachers along the way i think getting a little metaphysical here but i think the universe sent you. The teachers features that you need in these places in your life just has to be open and aware you know and and i can look back. I mean the first major influence. I was a high school teacher. Our speech in debate coach larry england mccallum county high school. He demanded the best of you. He demanded and did you work <hes> and he always said look winning is a byproduct of being at your best and he said here's here's the deal. We're all from a farming community in western kentucky. There's nothing wrong with being a farmer with being a carpenter would be with as long as you choose that as long as that's what you wanna do with your life but don't let think just because of the background you're from anything's possible and my group of friends that we're in that group with me are highly successful. Ones the senior v._p. Of united healthcare at boston one is the assistant general manager of jack daniels. Thanks bert one is he's now on his own but he was with oracle years out of dallas <hes> and we joke about something the water amongst us that we we kind of set off of each other and challenged each other and we all got out and did something else with our lives <hes> so that and then in college of martin allen oscar was the head of a theater department when i took an acting class on a whim i had no idea what i was going to do when i started college of the first my family to ever go to college and mark but then eight professional actor at one point in his life and he's the one who kind of pulled me aside and when you have something special you have so there was him i don the second city chicago there was going it can in graduate school and then in the professional world. There's really took so people who while
"burch" Discussed on World Cafe
"The boys. Molly Burch is our guest <hes> so I I someone asked you what your favorite favorite album of. All Time was and the answer you gave and it's I know these things can change on a daily basis. The answer was the miseducation of Lauryn Hill is that I still feel like that could be your favorite album of all time today yeah all right so I feel like anything by her <unk>. Sir Like I think that sums it up well yeah. That's I feel like she was like one of the first vocalists that I completely fell in love with when that record came out you were based on my math which is questionably because I'm a radio somewhere between six and seven. How did you get turned on to to Lauren Hill. I found her through <hes> my Carpool. I think it was like INSA- th grade maybe it was sort of rate. When I was this discovering that I like to sing and <hes> I was in a Carpool with my sister's friends and they're playing Lauren Hill and I just completely fell in love with her voice excellent. If there was a song that you had to pick to showcase Miss Hills brilliance something's personally <hes> that you have a personal attachment to <hes> what would it be. <hes> on that rescued. I would say to Zion. ooh No no do op okay. I'm definitely let's take a little listen to its. Lauren Hill here on world cafe. <music> got a cool to hear Miss Lori hills voice here on world cafe. Molly purchase our guest. Oh so good so good all right finally before we get Outta here <hes> what what is <hes> tell us about about every little thing and what is the song mean to you sure <hes> so I wrote every little thing think back in two thousand thirteen when I moved of to Austin and at the time when I wrote it it it felt more like a <hes> a hopeless song I think I <hes> was extremely lonely and was in the weird part of my life because I had just graduated college college and I broke up with my boyfriend and moved to Austin by myself and yeah I don't know I think when I first started it felt really sad to me and and <hes> I originally recorded it with my old band for my first album and <hes> it just ended up not being right <hes> but I always knew I wanted to release it in some way and <hes> we recorded it <hes> for first flour and I wanted it to be completely stripped down down. I wanted it to be all about the vocals and be <hes> like a ballot and so it's like Superman. I'm on the record and <hes> <hes> I think recording it. I made me just think differently about the song and I feel like it sounds sounds hopeful and <hes> that's what I hope it <hes> it can be for people and I wanted to close their record with that. <hes> it's <hes> yeah it makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up it. Has that has that quality to it is very very moving very stirring to it. <hes> we would love it. If you would play it live for us. I would love to also thank you you got its molly burch on on World Cafe <music> oh. <music> Um <music> <music> the into <music> <music> UH UH <music> <music> <music> <music> ooh <hes> do try uh to the goal so come <music> ooh <music> much <music> <music> the little Deng <music>. WHOA <music> uh <music> uh <music> <music> <music> <music>. You're listening to World Cafe at smalley. Birch live our guest. Please come back and see us again. Thank you I would love to. That's molly bird. Her latest album is called first flour and she has a new seven inch called ballads. Thanks to our producer John Meyers for his work on the added and thanks to you for listening to World Cafe.
Podtrac admits to website error
"Podcast analytics firm, Poltrak has removed a statement that it made in error on its website. We can reveal today. You'll find more details in our episode notes and our newsletter. The company is working towards certification. The awesome guest for the live edition of masters of scale the podcast hosted by leaked in founder Reid Hoffman has been announced, as Tory Burch, the American fashion designer and businesswoman who owns two hundred fifty stores worldwide following our story yesterday about anchor seeming to bypass the apple approval process anchor half responded denying. That's happening. Meanwhile, other podcasts publishers confirm that they too are able to bypass the approval process. We've updated the story only eighteen percent of podcasts added in new episode in the last three months, that's according to a report, we link to yesterday from amp. Defying media. Tom Webster from Edison research, writing the wonderfully alliterative pointed perspective on the purported pod. Fading problem, also compares this number two TV show, gills adding that the word pod. Fading, his derogatory. Tar Tom top, rob Walsh. From Lipson has released the latest download figures for podcasts hosted on Lipson on mobile apps. Apple podcasts is just fifty nine point nine percent. You'll find all the numbers in our episode notes and our newsletter. It's the first time he knows that apple has slipped below sixty percent lip since podcast, Sant all in Spotify, incidentally, Guggenheim partners and investment firm has released a report on Spotify podcasting strategy. They like it Cabana has published their two thousand nineteen podcast buying guide a guide for brands wanting to advertise in podcast. It's a free download with data advice and case studies storyboards, and Abbott offers private podcast is now. Available in the Dougal play store for Android devices. It's been available for iphone for a while over one hundred and forty organizations are using the product to bring podcasts style content to their companies and teams boss. John junior a podcast app for IOS has had an update. The new version allows the ability to share audio as video with custom artwork title, and byline is crowdfunding the future. French podcasts podcast day. Oh, takes a look, including at French patriots supported podcasts. They conclude that you need an audience that's engaged enough for at least two thousand five hundred followers and fifty apple podcast reviews to fund a podcast talking about apple podcast reviews, any chance, please will be a best friend solving not available in all countries. All stakes when she was not guaranteed and the warranties off. It'll permanency. Applies terms conditions. Apply. Audio boom, and main event media collaborating to produce never thought I'd say this a new. Podcast from Jodi sweeten from fuller house and life, coach Celia Bihar that tackles, parenting, tobu's, the Austin film festival sharing tricks of the trade writing for audio fiction, which contains tips, from the leading writers in the world of fiction podcasts, and Spotify, hiring for an executive producer for a new weekly music podcast, the jobs in Los Angeles in California, in the US. You'll find more details at pod jobs dot net.
"burch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Chris singleton on a Saturday afternoon at Wrigley field. Played extra innings spot of twelve one one our score. Three one outside ball four had a winning run. His on base. Aalto at that resulted come up to you. Been a lot of offense in this one Rizzo popped out flied out single that hit by a pitch at walked. So fishery one for three. Good gap or something down the line should score. Kris Bryant good base runner and aggressive base runner from I two with two outs. Have an aggressive secondary lead. The pitch and that's in there for a strike. Burch smith. Fires had that's back to screen and nothing June. On Anthony Rizzo. Ourselves a pretty good pitchers. Little began. And continues. Yeah. Dan. Both bullpens. Take the baton kept. It going hamels was really good for the cubs. Davies really good for the brewers that my on my own after this inning. Yes. Here's the to swing foul back to the screen. Good traction now for you. Right. Well done. Trade council has Adrian Hauser in junior garra left. That's it. Mike Montgomery Taylor. Davis for Joe mad. The two swag a little roller along I picking it up. Smith lips the I in time Rizzo is out. And that is the. We're headed to the thirteen and here for Wrigley field. The brewers and the cubs are tied at one at one. This is.
"burch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To a high of twenty eight downtown Boston feeling like single digits for much of the day this afternoon. President Trump meets with Danny Burch and his family birches, the American oil worker abducted held hostage, and ultimately freed and Yemen. ABC's? Karen Travers at the White House. President Trump announced last week in a tweet that American Danny Burch kidnapped in Yemen. In two thousand seventeen was quote recovered and reunited with his wife and children this afternoon. He meets with Birch and his family here at the White House. In statements, the president and secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, thank the United Arab Emirates for their support insecure. Birches release US official says the US military was not involved that it was all handled diplomatically. Karen Travers, ABC news. The White House following up on a dramatic week. A public amd private testimony on Capitol Hill. President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen meets with lawmakers again and again behind closed doors. The house intelligence committee continues to hear from Cohen and his fourth day of testimony in two weeks. Among the topics of discussion the panels interest in Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election, and whether there was any collusion in the Trump campaign with the Kremlin the head of the food and Drug administration is resigning. The FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb spoke out against tobacco use and youth vaping. He was one of the few Trump officials willing to call vaccine misinformation as well as state laws that allow vaccine exemptions the president praising God leap for helping lower drug prices and leading the push to end opioid abuse. FDA Commissioner Gottlieb just two months ago said he hadn't planned to leave saying he's still had important work to do ABC's. Andy Field Gottlieb says he's leaving in part due to the. Challenge of being apart from his family in Connecticut. It can't make this up police in the town of Chester Massachusetts where called to check on a report of an apostle and a gas grill. Here's the punchline the incident took place on possum drive. The home is located and I'm not making this up off red squirrel lane across from muskrats circle. Police were able to release them back into the woods after pulling it out of the grill. NC double a basketball has become big business and the lure of money and power in college sports sends three recruiters to prison a former executive with sneaker company. Adidas and two others are paying the price for greasing their skits. They were caught in a federal probe of college Bibo, kickbacks, and they're heading to prison..
Trump, United Arab Emirates And Danny Burch discussed on WAOK Programming
"President. Trump says an American hostage has been released from captivity in Yemen. Trump tweeted on Monday that Danny Burch has been reunited with his wife and children. Birch is a US oil engineer who was objected in the capital about eighteen months ago. Trump thank the United Arab Emirates for help in
Jong Hoon, Danny Burch And Yemen discussed on Orlando's Evening News
"Jong Hoon earlier today tweeting that American hostage has been released in Yemen. Trump says Danny Burch has been reunited with his family birches US oil engineer, who is -ducted in the Yemeni capital eighteen months
"burch" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"He had a saddled with RT on it. And if you want him to work horse Elliott Burch lime to work Huby or somebody put my satellite, or you know. And that's just the kind of guy was very thorough. Smart smart. Very smart guy. Very smart writer. I think the world of Ron and I encourage your listeners to go to the website horse racing radio dot net because not too long ago. I had Ron Turcott here on the show. And he gave a great interview as well at you'll have to check that out. But yeah, let's talk about another very talented horse, you rode, and you wrote for the connections Woody Stevens name that also said in the same breath as yours, you guys teamed up to so many great victories on believable, you one with conquistador Cielo of whom you scored one of three of your metropolitan handicaps. And of course, crimp fresh was what he's fourth consecutive Belmont. That was the only time in history that's ever happened. I can't imagine. You know, the talent of what he sees the talented trainer. He was in. What was it like to ride for him? Well, you know, what he was very intimidating when I I I think I probably wrote my first race for him and seventy six. Seventy six maybe. But you know to ride for that guy. For me to be able to ride for him with you know, I was a little sheepish. I guess wanted to do my best, but knew that I probably had the horse, and if it did everything will work out, and then we just kinda developed a friendship, and we made all those trips to the medal and the same limousine with our wives. And. Just turned into ah, very workable relationship figure people might get too close. But what did I didn't get to close? You know, I respected him, and he had a respect for me as a jockey and still still had his still at his plan on every race. And he came into the paddock and I was riding his horse. He still had a plan wasn't along plan. If we hadn't talked about in the morning, even if we had he wanted to make like we hadn't wanna refresh my memory, and it was just the the horses that I won for him. I myself is jockey. I don't I've got tons of pictures at home and felt but I don't ever take that stuff out that that's that's over. But just to look back in the horses. I can't even remember. Some of their names of some of those good Phillies that I rode for 'em when we flew all over the country riding him and go and ride. Of a good mayor in Canaan. And then we bring a private plane back and win Peterborough and one of the young American on Swail that night, you know, it's just it was just like what people just should we we can't beat them. But you know, all things run out. And but it was a good run. It was a good run L of a trainer for sure. I can only imagine how special that Belmont victory was for you in nineteen eighty five given that in nineteen eighty two you had suffered bad spill cracked ribs, punctured lung and Kista door ceelo, of course, won the Belmont. And you weren't able to ride given your injury. So nineteen eighty-five you had your redemption. And tell us about the race. Well, we finally got back. You're right. You're right, though, that losing that horse can Kice theologist kind of set the stage for what would happen in the next couple of years, but gram fresh was an aunt an entry with Stephens odyssey. They weren't owned by the same person. But what do you train them both and creme fresh by a long shot was supposed to be the long shot of the two. But it turns out that he wasn't that bad a horse, and he was up to the he was up to the challenge. You know, he just turned out to be a good distance horse. And at the time, MRs Moran who own chrome fresh. I think he even wrote him over a some some timber for a few years after he retired..
Victorias Secret Losing Consumer Affections to ThirdLove
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SEC investing Tesla go-private deal
"The securities and Exchange Commission in the United States is reportedly asking tesla directors. What CEO Elon Musk told them ahead of his tweet last week about, a potential deal to take the company private the Wall Street Journal sites and unidentified sources saying the regulator is investigating whether. Musk intentionally misled investors tesla meantime is suing the government. Of Ontario, in. Canada for, cancelling. Electric vehicle incentives
New York Mets, Royals and Aaron Boone discussed on Bob Tanem in the Garden
"Really excited, about, it he's been, a guy that I've always kind of been a fan of in a way I feel like he's always been kind of underrating he's manager Aaron Boone, on Jay. Have the farmers are familiar with, half from his years with the Blue Jays the lefty dons. Pinstripes the first time this afternoon, against the royals, went oh five in the, fan, twenty five game which is coming up counters Burch Smith Yankee split. Double, yesterday they rallied in the nightcap five, four against Casey but lost the first game ten five, and Luis, Severino, for four straight. Rough outing in a row I whereas as you Will make sure Luke on what. Is going, on you know I've been through this, in the past so you know We're going to stop working and trying to. Be myself a Red Sox at five and a, half game lead in the American, League east, Mets looking for four, games split in Pittsburgh this. Afternoon Zack, Wheeler against Joe musk grove. Non waiver trade deadline. Is Tuesday wheelers name and the rumbling Joe obviously I want to stay here I love New York. I love, playing for this team a of the, guys here and I don't think it's, going to happen but if it. Does so be chatting with us in why yesterday the Mets lost five nothing. Wasted another Jacob degrom quality. Star baseball hall of fame welcome six new guys today Chipper Jones Vlad Guerrero Jim Thome me Trevor Hoffman Alan Trammell and Jack Morris switching gears two football. Giants coinage Norse Jenkins spoke for the first time since a friend of his down dead at his. Home in June Jenkins brothers being charged with aggravated manslaughter junior said he. Hasn't spoken to him jets still without Sam darnold training camp the number three pick unsigned, there's an issue over offset language in his contract negotiations and. Jets running back Elijah McGuire is expected to be out three to six weeks according to Adam Schefter who says surgery is on the way for. That fractured foot and with reports every twenty minutes, this is Dave rent WFAN twenty, twenty sports, after a big weekend, sports make, sure you're locked. In to, the midday show right after. Boomer and geo join. Me Evan Roberts tomorrow at ten AM hours before the trade deadline What's next. For the New York Yankees and the New York Mets plus training camp is here we talked plenty..
"burch" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"We're live here on unpack chain just ice bush something that needs a neighbor that has a tory burch shoebox outside of her door for eighteen years because she's she thinks tory burch is so fucking cool the chest to have a tory burch shoebox outsider she's dead it's been there for years it's like okay how many we get it you've got your little ballet flats on god at how well does god they're not gonna be here before we did see is sick can you do this with your voice though i'm scared tv that just as can you this roy and he's like you've asked me that once a year for five years i can't do that with my he's a little asked me that once a year and i can't do around this time every every summer every summer ask if you can do it on affairs oh my god totally yeah she's really scary movies yeah why to keep their coal those so sweet lover never seen so much is sweet what a doll lindsey literally sick for two days in has like hundred people center packages true crazy flowers be no doctor should me not creepy at all but like it's like blows my mind have so many i don't even know so many lovers truly gotten soups i've gotten bath salts i've gotten smoothies i've gotten actually chris hey for all my ladies and fellas that are working from home a great way that i've found to take a break at home and kind of like feel like i'm different after the end of the day is to take a epsom salt bathrooms true so at the end of the day at five thirty five whatever i start drawing the bath i get really nice warm water and then i put so much epsom salt in it i just get my absence last night from amazon and i take an like helps to like remove all the negative energy your skin absorbs.