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Fresh update on "carell" discussed on Valentine In The Morning
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Apple Loses A Copyright Lawsuit
"Federal judge has dismissed. Apple's claims that mobile device virtualization company corral corallium violated copyright law with its software that allowed folks to run ios on pc's quoting the washington post in a ruling that has wide reaching implications for iphone security research and copyright law a federal judge in florida throughout apple's claims that carelli had violated copyright law with its software which helps security researchers find bugs and security holes on apple's products. Corallium co founded in two thousand seventeen by husband and wife. Amanda gordon and chris wade was a breakthrough insecurity research because it gave its customers the ability to run virtual iphones on desktop computers. Corallium makes it to use physical avon's that contain specialized software to poke and prod. Ios apple's mobile operating system. The judge in the case ruled that carell liam's creation of virtual. Iphones was not a copyright violation in part because it was designed to help improve the security for all iphone users. Corallium wasn't creating a competing product for consumers rather it was a research tool for a comparatively small number of customers. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment in the lawsuit. Apple argued that crawley products could be dangerous if they fall into the wrong hands because security flaws discovered by liam could be used to hack iphones. Apple also argued that chromium sells its product indiscriminately claim corallium denied dread. Rodney smith called apple's argument on those claims quote puzzling. If not disingenuous quote smith found that chromium used a vetting process before selling its products to customers. Apple initially attempted to acquire corallium in two thousand eighteen. According to court records when the acquisition talks stalled apple sued corallium last year claiming its virtual iphones which contain only the bare bones functions necessary for security research constitute violation of copyright law apple also alleged corallium circumvented. Apple's security measures to create the software thereby violating the digital millennium copyright act that claim has not been thrown out and quote. So i was already to say this was a dumb lawsuit but apparently companies have won a similar cases in the past around copyright but most in the digital security community praised this result. Let me quote at pony. All the things on twitter quote. This is a big deal for security research in particular but also other parts of tech apple case was an insanely broad assertion. That emulating iowa's firmware on something. That's not apple's own hardware violates copyright rather than covered by fair use. Imagine if. That argument had prevailed that emulation of a binary even for wildly different purposes such as security testing that binary is a digital copyright infringement. Might as well have back named afl to automatic federal lawsuit in that scenario was such a dangerously broad claim if the logical conclusion of your lawsuit is windows being a terms of service. Change away from overnight bankrupting vm. Ware to force everyone to use your and turning security testing of compiled binary into lawsuits. Then sorry you're lawsuit is bad and you should feel bad and quote
Minnesota to free man serving life in child's 2002 death
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Minnesota is freeing a man serving a life sentence in a child's death the Minnesota board of pardons has freed a black man who was sent to prison for life when he was sixteen years old the board commuted the sentence of Mayan Burrell to twenty years with the remainder to be served on supervised release Burrell's case made headlines earlier this year after the Associated Press at American public media uncovered new evidence and serious flaws in the two thousand two police investigation of the killing of eleven year old type **** Edwards the girl was hit by a stray bullet while doing homework at her dining room table Carell always maintained his innocence last week after reviewing the facts and all available evidence an independent panel of national legal experts recommended his immediate release hi my cross yep
11 Trivia Questions on Chicago
"All right. Everybody here we go with some chicago trivia. Question number one. In what movie would you find. Abe frohmann the sausage king of chicago number one. In what movie would you find. Abe frohmann the sausage king of chicago number one question number two. The name chicago is loosely derived from native american word meaning wild. What number to the name chicago is loosely derived from a native american word meaning wild. What number three. Chicago's largest shopping. District is known as the magnificent blank. Fill in the blank. Chicago's largest shopping. District is known as the magnificent blank and question number four each year. The chicago river is famously died. What color number four each year. The chicago river is famously died. What color question number five. The buckingham fountain is located in the center of which chicago park number. Five g. buckingham fountain is located in the center of which chicago park and number six founded in nineteen fifty-nine what chicago-based improv. Comedy company was a starting point four famous comedians. Such steve carell and tina fey. Where was that number six number seven. What's the name of chicago aquarium. That holds five million gallons of water and is home to around thirty two thousand animals. What is the name of that aquarium. And your next question. Which of these private colleges is not based in. Chicago is at saint paul college kendall college depaul university or north park university which one of those is not based in chicago and number shock style. Hot dog does not include which famous topping number nine chicago style. Hot dog does not include. What famous topping number ten the chicago bulls won how many nba championships during the nineties. Chicago bulls won how many nba championships during the ninety s. And the bonus for two points also known as the the famous chicago. Landmark sculpted by british artist. Amish kapoor is actually titled what that would be your two point bonus question tough on at the end also known as the being the famous chicago landmark sculpted by british artist. Amish kapoor is actually titled what those are all your questions on sweet home chicago. Go watch the blues brothers and come back and check your answers in just a sound effect. We are back with the answers to chicago trivia. Thanks for sticking around and playing on today's show. If you like it make sure you hit subscribe so you never miss new episodes as they pop up on the feed. Here's what movie would you find. Abe fromm in the sausage king of chicago that is fairest. Buehler's day off one of my favorite eighties comedies. And they go in the sears. Tower now willis tower in this movie and they put their foreheads against glass and look down and you can go to the very spot where they film that and do it yourself and i imagine maybe get a little rash from your forehead right. Everyone sticking their forehead in the same spot. It's pretty gross. I've done number to the name. Chicago is loosely derived from a native american word. Meaning wild what onion wild onion which is a great flavor of bubba burger. If you like bubba burgers wild onion number. Three chicago's largest shopping district is known as the magnificent mile magnificent mile number four. Each year the chicago river is seemingly died. What color that is green for saint patrick's day green for saint patrick's day. That is the same river that the matthews band tour bus emptied their waste into. If you remember that headline they got sued or find or something. The buckingham fountain is located in the center of which park grant park. Grant park and number six founded in nineteen fifty-nine. What chicago-based improv comedy. Company was the starting point for famous comedians. Such as steve. Carell and tina fey. That would be the second city second city. Then we had. What's the name of chicago aquarium. That holds five million gallons of water. That's the shedd aquarium. The shed and which these private colleges is not based in chicago. The one was saint. Paul college that was not in chicago. Saint paul college chicago style. Hot dog does not include ketchup. No catch up on a chicago style. Hot dog said that in the show's intro. And you probably know that one right and number ten kabul's one how many championships in the nineties. That was six to three peat when they won the first three and then they had the three peat repeat oded that sell some shirts six championships with the bulls in the ninety s and number eleven also known as the bean. The famous chicago landmark sculpted by british artist Kapoor is actually titled cloud gate cloud gate three heaven
Reclaiming Your Space for Good
"Thank you so much for coming on the podcast today. This is really fun. I want you to tell me a little bit about who you are. What your unique life looks like okay. My name is. i'm from new salem. I'm a chiller traits. And i and i live accordingly. Saw my daughter of me. She's a university students. Basically she's achieve the base. Max that she can get so she does very little around the house and i'm kind of well. Yeah i'm kind of that mom completely understand and I have a background in design design. His always been the main thing. I've done in my life since i was a commissioner lashes when i leave school and i've even though i've tried job site voice comebacks decide. Tell us about You put in your your survey that we did before this. I want to hear about your design being on something very significant. So tell us about it. Okay well it's my claim to fame the people don't even know it's me Win donna did her sticky and sweet tour. They were meeting many photographs of here holding open. His jacket and liver jacket on the inside was written madonna and that was ricin with my phone. My font is called jones love and features hat tonight. It becomes very popular on valentine's day. Thousands and thousands of people downloaded used it including donna. so Personally that is so cool so your thought that you designed so beautiful handwriting. I guess Well actually yet. That particular fund had hats and a head hats with radiation huts. and and the k- powering style. But i also my my handwriting fund also everywhere that is cold jones rushing. also joe's tiddle. I believe rebecca habit a few paces online. Have the better fourth licenses to use it and yet that is my particular handwriting. Which is really ironic. Because when i grow up. I was the one with me see handwriting. That was always getting told off the now so many people around the world actually type out and my handwriting. I love that do you have you ever been able to tell your elementary teachers about this I i they will. Ancient probably passed away. I was the kid one of the kids. I'm sure there are others but every like my report always great except for handwriting needs improvement. Whatever and i mean. My mother tried so hard to get me to improve that and that was always a big struggle. So that's really that's amazing to me. That's exciting that i mean. What was it that took you to having beautiful handwriting. After having struggled with do you know oh s. audit not. It's just kind of course in village and you know there was trained for hinch Designs that started maybe in the two thousands. And that's when i was learning computer stuff than i was learning how to do website. Some i decided. I dream that there was a million and one wants to choose from and i hated really had decision making phones a may choosing funds and then i decided on how cats can they design one so i started with my own handwriting. Really and beck's they went programs. I make it out and carell drawer and you head to match. Relation was the leader on the keyboard. It was quite a piled back in the day. But yes so. That's how i got into my end handwriting so it was really just as an experiment and Just so that. I can learn how to make one at the time very popular. My daughter is away splashing it and kinda sassy sayings online all look. Send it to me in this. My handwriting saying something really deep and meaningful to sustain your old. That's really cool. that's really fun. My teacher that a teacher that i worked with my first year teaching we shared a classroom. I had terrible handwriting. She had beautiful handwriting. Her uncle had written a font at your created a fun at some point and i just was always such a source of frustration to me. I admired her handwriting and thought why does mind have to be right next to hers on the board. Well that's really cool. Thank you for sharing Okay so let's talk about your house. What strategy has made the biggest impact in your home well. The biggest impacts differently the visibility row. So i can like my lounges. Always amazing because i will throw people say people come to my kitchen table to learn english from me and they walk through my lab. So my lounges. Always kids exactly as i like but the visible she will.
Reclaiming Your Space for Good
"So here we go. I think you guys are really really really going to enjoy this session. Thank you so much for coming on the podcast today. This is really fun. I want you to tell me a little bit about who you are. What your unique life looks like okay. My name is. i'm from new salem. I'm a chiller traits. And i and i live accordingly. Saw my daughter of me. She's a university students. Basically she's achieve the base. Max that she can get so she does very little around the house and i'm kind of well. Yeah i'm kind of that mom completely understand and I have a background in design design. His always been the main thing. I've done in my life since i was a commissioner lashes when i leave school and i've even though i've tried job site voice comebacks decide. Tell us about You put in your your survey that we did before this. I want to hear about your design being on something very significant. So tell us about it. Okay well it's my claim to fame the people don't even know it's me Win donna did her sticky and sweet tour. They were meeting many photographs of here holding open. His jacket and liver jacket on the inside was written madonna and that was ricin with my phone. My font is called jones love and features hat tonight. It becomes very popular on valentine's day. Thousands and thousands of people downloaded used it including donna. so Personally that is so cool so your thought that you designed so beautiful handwriting. I guess Well actually yet. That particular fund had hats and a head hats with radiation huts. and and the k- powering style. But i also my my handwriting fund also everywhere that is cold jones rushing. also joe's tiddle. I believe rebecca habit a few paces online. Have the better fourth licenses to use it and yet that is my particular handwriting. Which is really ironic. Because when i grow up. I was the one with me see handwriting. That was always getting told off the now so many people around the world actually type out and my handwriting. I love that do you have you ever been able to tell your elementary teachers about this I i they will. Ancient probably passed away. I was the kid one of the kids. I'm sure there are others but every like my report always great except for handwriting needs improvement. Whatever and i mean. My mother tried so hard to get me to improve that and that was always a big struggle. So that's really that's amazing to me. That's exciting that i mean. What was it that took you to having beautiful handwriting. After having struggled with do you know oh s. audit not. It's just kind of course in village and you know there was trained for hinch Designs that started maybe in the two thousands. And that's when i was learning computer stuff than i was learning how to do website. Some i decided. I dream that there was a million and one wants to choose from and i hated really had decision making phones a may choosing funds and then i decided on how cats can they design one so i started with my own handwriting. Really and beck's they went programs. I make it out and carell drawer and you head to match. Relation was the leader on the keyboard. It was quite a piled back in the day. But yes so. That's how i got into my end handwriting so it was really just as an experiment and Just so that. I can learn how to make one at the time very popular. My daughter is away splashing it and kinda sassy sayings online all look. Send it to me in this. My handwriting saying something really deep and meaningful to sustain your old. That's really cool. that's really fun. My teacher that a teacher that i worked with my first year teaching we shared a classroom. I had terrible handwriting. She had beautiful handwriting. Her uncle had written a font at your created a fun at some point and i just was always such a source of frustration to me. I admired her handwriting and thought why does mind have to be right next to hers on the board. Well that's really cool. Thank you for sharing Okay so let's talk about your house. What strategy has made the biggest impact in your home well. The biggest impacts differently the visibility row. So i can like my lounges. Always amazing because i will throw people say people come to my kitchen table to learn english from me and they walk through my lab. So my lounges. Always kids exactly as i like but the visible she will.
US podcast downloads and audience per platform
"We start with an exclusive today exclusive data from contract on total downloads an audience splint by platform for US podcast downloads. He shows that apple has sixty one percent of podcast downloads and spotify only nine percent. But when you look at total audience, it's a different story with apple being used by about a third of podcast listeners. But spotify by about a quarter, apple podcasts might still be bringing in the downloads but spotify appears a significant service in terms of increasing podcasting total audience. According to Lipson today is the last day to submit your podcast into Amazon music and audible. If you want to be there for the launch, you should be using your podcast hosts distribution option or if you don't have one of those in your podcast host, a new podcast host and be, you'll find a link in our show notes newsletter today. Last month, we reported that anchor was hosting pirated podcasts. Aaron Monkey is the latest high profile podcast to publicly criticize the platform after discovering pirated copy of his new podcast American shadows on anchor same art, same description he adds. Spanish language audio on demand platform. IDEX has launched subscription platform vokes plus it'll cost you eleven dollars ninety five a month content creators will be paid based on total plays and audience wanted to replace the subscription service from podcast network. Wondering will be free for year. If you've got a US American Express card, check out your American Express essentials care package email from yesterday a third of the adult population in Ireland of listened to podcasts recently, almost half doing. So since the pandemic hit according. To new data and another exclusive transcriber, an APP that offers unlimited transcripts released. Later today people can just hit record. It transcribes in real time for how long they want, and they can share the transcription everywhere says the APPS developer you get unlimited time for three dollars nine, hundred, nine, a month, and it podcast News Oprah. Winfrey has launched a podcast with Apple Oprah's book club is in a compliment to a feature on apple books and Apple TV, plus it's not exclusive to the Apple Platform. Upon cast, an oral history of the office is nearing its end. The finale is next week. It's spotify original, but it's available everywhere. The current episode features the final episode of the office including a surprise return of Steve Carell Brazil and polke are back together. Again, Brazil might Perry the former breakfast team at UK radio station. Talksport they've been reunited by PODCAST works for podcast supported by a sportswear retailer and the Lamar show is the debut podcasts from singer. Songwriter. Lamar. In conversation with living legends, entrepreneurs, creatives, and close friends,
Getting Ready for the 2020 Emmys
"The Television Academy has just unveiled the nominees for this year's edition of the Emmy Woods Nichols Fernando Augusta per checker and colossal rebelo went through the list and brought us the highlights. Let's have a listen. Pelada. Lovely to have you here. Let's talk about the AMI's but first of all, I mean, you have quite an experience with the amas right while I was very lucky last year while working out of our Los Angeles Bureau to attend the ceremony last for the seventy first. Edition of the Emmy Awards it is amazing. It really is a celebration of all things television not only of course, you're able to see the ceremony yourself and how it all unfolds that the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles, you get to sit right next to some of your favorite stars as they celebrate you know a year worth of work you get to watch as some of them lose some of them when at last year was quite. Special because it was of course, the last year that game of thrones was nominated the end of the saga of game of thrones, which was, of course, a really big deal and one thing that I really liked about that was also how they marked the series that were coming to an end last year by bringing all the cast in the production team that was attending the ceremony on stage and kind of acknowledging any TV show that's on. Air for. A few years it is a bit sad one. You know the last time modern family was also the last. So it yeah, it is. It is quite an experience. I mean we are still a few months to go until this year's edition. Hopefully, we'll be able to have it in person by then by September the television academy still hasn't exactly unveiled the plans for that. But yeah, it just feels as much as it is A. Celebration of television it feels very different to watch it in person than on. TV. Sets and if he's going to be a special year because I mean we've been watching lots of television during lockdown effing and one of the things don't you grieve me. Colada that I like about the Emmys they are. You know what they are actually fairly diverse compared to the film awards and that just shows TV can be actually quite progressive away. Absolutely I think. The nominations this year as well. Reflects that diversity is well and yeah it does show how TV has been able to catch up with only momentum that has been happening in Hollywood about asking for change when it comes to diversity. But even if you look at the shows that are nominated or even just a shows that we're watching now they are reflection of different stories that are a reflection of different themes it's not as standard I would. Say, for example, with the Oscars and I think that's what makes it quite an interesting and exciting. Well, let's talk about some of the favorites I did like sheets Greek being nominated for comedy series of things surprise it started as a very little Canadian series but then apparently people saying that my win actually because the critics love it oh, it is a fantastic show I definitely has been one of the ones I've been watching this year and I was very happy to see it getting nominated for the outstanding Comedy Series Award another one on that category that it was really happy to see their it's the kaminsky methods. This is a Netflix show and yes, it is very lovely with Michael. Douglas starring in it and it is very funny as well and it was so nice to see you know it. They're in the category as well and I just I was very happy I. Think. As we were saying the nominations this year do justice to the TV. We've been watching I mean drama succession I know we're both big fans and you know Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong both be nominated for best actor in a drama series very well deserved extremely well deserved and it is, of course, we're talking here about a big categories. As if you go down the list, there are more awards being given to all the shows we've been mentioning. Not Awards, nominations I mean. But yes, I was very, very happy to see succession I think personally, it has been one of my favorite shows over the last few years I can't remember being dad excited about a show in succession was already nominated for Fiore's last year. I. Know that Nicholas Brutal do who composed the sound score for at won an emmy last year. For. For the score, he composed for succession that would be nice to see it how it's catching momentum and that fans quite disappointed that due to coronavirus sat filming restrictions. The third series did not come out this year as planned but this is a recognition of TV done very very well, there's been other recognitions for example, the morning show had quite a few nominations. And again, it was a show that it was not like loved the beginning by tics but I think people kind of were said, you know what actually was a good series especially the last episode of series. So another one I'm very happy also have very significant for apple as well as the morning show was you know the show that apple try to use as? To make its mark as someone that could compete with the network giants and streaming giants as well. So not only is a very good sign for the a seeing Jennifer Aniston Steve Carell nominated but also to see apple when they've been investing into the right series hiring great actors, great writers, Great Producers, and that it actually pays off and Collado. So what if Jimmy Kimmel? This time I mean, as you rightly said, we don't know how ceremony is going to be, but you know what bt awards they did try and they did like a special ceremony. Names might have to do that because it's happening on the twentieth September. That's very the as the television academy has said that the creative emmys, which you know the creative emmy is usually happen a few days before the Primetime Emmys and they've already said that those are happening on an online platform a few days before didn't haven't clarified yet for the AMI's themselves. We still don't know exactly what are the plans now? What is interesting about Jimmy, Kimmel here hosting I think it's his third time hosting is that he is nominated as well. His show Jimmy came alive is on the outstanding variety talk series, and there's always very endearing one. You know one of the host sometimes even people introducing the award end up being nominated. So yeah, I'd be curious to see exactly how that's going to pay out I don't know. was there any surprise nomination here on this list for you? Fernando as F- in the morning show was A bit of a surprise for me and also in the drama category I mean, we saw men hurriedly having quite a lot of nominations itself Jeremy Pope for his role in Hollywood for a best actor on limited series or movie because Lotte I think competition program should go again to Rupo's drag race. Oh Yeah. His love rapport figured they will he would win again just shows how you know when Ru Paul's drag race started. It was a very Niche not known at the public, and now they've been doing this for over a decade now, and there's just shows how you know there is an appetite for a show like that that it is mainstream, there's no way you can't say that anymore and is so empowering it is, of course, one of my personal favorites as well. It was really nice last year to be there when they won and to see Europol come on stage with a lot of the. Of the show as well and some of the judges when we look at that category I'm partial to and I would love to see them winning again on that category.
NIH Chief Gives Update On The Coronavirus In The U.S.
"Day, another record set across the United States 59,000 new Corona virus cases recorded yesterday, breaking the record again for a single day high for new infections, and that number capture surges in states from Texas to California, Florida to West Virginia. So where are we in the ark of the pandemic? Is there any glimmer of hope going to and how to square disconnects in the guidance coming from our political leaders and our most senior scientists? Questions we're going to put to one of our country's most senior scientists were going to spend this whole segment of the program questioning Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr Collins, Welcome back Good to speak with you again. Nice to be on your program. Mary Louise, So 59,000 new cases in one day. If I had told you back in March there February that that's where we would be as a nation in July, Would you have believed me? I would certainly have hoped not. We knew back in March and April that we had hit a terrible peak of infections, and we worked really hard across the nation to try to figure out How to flatten that curve and to bring that down, and we never really got it down. And now it's certainly headed up again in a way that is really quite alarming. I mean, hindsight always is 2020. But if there were one thing you wish we could go back and redo what would it be? You know, I think we learned what we needed to do in terms of social distancing in terms of wearing masks in terms of being very careful about public gatherings, especially indoors. But those were applied in a somewhat spotty fashion. People basically got tired of it, but the virus didn't get tired of spreading. And I'm afraid as things over the course of the last couple of months opened up. They weren't always following the CDC guidelines in the way that we would have hoped, and now we're starting to reap the consequences. And I particularly concerned that younger people feeling that maybe they're not so much a risk have felt much less likely to adhere to those guidelines. And have therefore been getting infected in larger numbers and then spreading it on to their neighbors, their families and particularly vulnerable people who we now are quite worried about to to where things might go next, Dr Anthony found. She warned last week that we could be on track to see 100,000 new cases a day. I interviewed him right after that, and he told me he dropped that number to jolt people to try to get our attention what she did. But have you seen anything in the weeks since he said it That suggests we are not heading for that outcome. Well, Dr Fauci is my colleague and I both worked at the National Institutes of Health. I'm actually his boss, although he is, of course, the most highly regarded public health spokesperson about this Outbreak. So when he speaks, people listen and well, they should. If you look at the shape of that curve and just do your extrapolation like you would in math class, you would say, having now hit just about 60,000 that there's no sign that that's topping out. And so his prediction I fear might in fact, turn out to be true, But we have things we condone about that. And that's where I'm hoping, Despite the anxiety that now spreads across the land again that we should not feel powerless that we are in a circumstance where we could try once again to flatten that curve by taking all of those recommendations about masks about social distancing about avoiding Being close together, especially indoors and see if we can do something to prevent this from going even further, obviously particularly important in places where we can see the community spread has gotten really quite out of control. Like Arizona. Ah, like California like Texas like Florida. But other places should not feel immune. The time to make those actions most effective is before you have a really widespread community problems. So I look in your own community see what's happening. If there's a hint that things were starting up again, everybody should take action. And so should the government leaders that have a chance to do something at that. Woo that to your earlier point, though, which is the guidance was out there in the spring and Individuals weren't paying attention. We got tired of it and elected officials were reopening anyway, Do you What gives you confidence that the advice that the best guidance from the CDC and another on other agencies will be heated now? Well, I guess I'm an eternal optimist. And so I will say when people are faced with reality, and you can't look at the current circumstance and not admit we've got a real problem. That perhaps this hope for sort of outcome that okay, it's summertime. And maybe this won't be such a problem. We've gotten past that. That's no longer the case. Anybody who's trying to Pretend we can just fake our way through this. We're not succeeding at that. So it's time to wake up. Look at those recommendations get serious again recognize that it's up to all of us, and we're Americans, and ultimately, we usually do the right thing. This is the right time to do that. Speaking of recommendations, I do want to ask you about schools and the debate raging over whether to reopen them. President Trump and other administrations have been downplaying the recommendations of their own health. Experts who will have seen the president tweeting that safety measures recommended by the CDC. Things like you just nodded to, like wearing masks and spacing. Student desks apart, he says. These air expensive they're impractical. Do you stand behind the CDC recommendations? I think CDC is our nation's expert group in public health, and we should take their recommendations as the recommendation we should follow. I mean, it is. It is complicated. Let's be clear if you're talking about students going back to school in Casper, Wyoming, where there are very few of any cases. That's a very different story than if you're talking about students going back to school in Houston, which is in the middle of a very serious outbreak, so blanket recommendations, saying everybody should do the same thing fly in the face of the reality of where we are with this outbreak, But CDC has recommendations to try to adjust to that. I think most of the school experts are looking at those Also worth looking at the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Here is a very distinguished group. That is worried as I am, as we all should be about the consequences of kids not being in school. That's a serious issue. Kids are basically being harmed by the absence of social interactions, losing up all kinds of time in terms of their learning curves. We do want kids back in school where those good things can happen, but everything in life is a benefit and a risk. And the risks are going to depend a lot on where you are at this point and how much that virus is spreading around, and that just has to be factored into the decisions. Ultimately, it's gonna have to be the local authorities that make That kind of judgment. I hear you're choosing your words carefully on. I do want to ask you since since we already brought up Dr Fauci. You and he streamed an online conversation earlier this week, which I watched. It was informative. Thank you for that. It also got some buzz because a lot of journalists have been complaining that they cannot get an interview with Dr Fauci. Here's a taste of that We have not been able to get our requests for Dr Fauci approved by the Trump administration. In the last three months, high profile figures from the task force, including Dr Fauci have been unable to secure White House permission to appear on American TV networks. I just want to let you respond to that, because, as you noted, your Dr Fauci is boss to your knowledge is here. Anybody else who's message on public health conflicts with the administration's message? Are they being prevented from talking freely? I think every administration has always had an interest in making sure that people who work for the government if they're going to make a presentation to the public, that there is some consultation about that. I do that as well. When I'm going to have this Kind of a conversation like we're having right now, but I have not been canceled feelings that you can't speak to a TV network. I need to run. That invitation passed to be sure that the administration is aware of it and that they don't have any particular issues with the request. That's been the case for every administration since I've been in the government, which is 27 years. Return you to vaccines in a couple of minutes we have left this week, The government announced $1.6 billion contract to a company to manufacture a Corona virus vaccine. This company. Novavax, though, does not have a product that has been proven. Toe work, which made me think that feels like an awfully big bet to place on something unproven. Why is that the right path if you think that is the right path. Oh, I think it is the right path. Mary Louise. I think What we're trying to do here is to have a lot of potential shots on goals. This vaccine is going to be our best hope to get past this terribly difficult year of 2020 And the more that we have multiple different scientific strategies, the more likely we are that at least one and maybe several of them will work. The Novak strategy is basically to make a protein sub unit. It's different than what's happening with the other vaccines that are about to get started in the next month or two with their phase three trials. And so it is hedging their bets. It's trying as you would, I think, want to when something is a really serious issue, and you want to be sure you succeed. Make sure you've tried several things that you have a menu of opportunities that's going to cover all of the scientific basis, and Novavax brings another one. To the table, so we're glad to have them in the team. If I hear you right? It sounds like it's it's possible. This might be money thrown down the drain. But at this point we don't have something proven, and we have to work towards something. So we're goingto as you said, had hedge your bets. That's exactly right on. I think that's probably what the public would want us to do At a time like this, where I mean, if it wasn't such a rush, we might try one vaccine. And then six months later go Oh, that one wasn't quite what we wanted and then try another one. And it could be five years or more before we actually had the answer. We don't have time for that. Think the public doesn't expect us to be doing the slow boat here, so the idea is to have several of these to invest in them expect that some of those monies are actually not going to pay off. But one of them will maybe more than one will. Ultimately, I think that's what the public is expecting. And what we're trying to deliver. Speaking of operation Slow boat and not wanting to go there. We just have 30 seconds or so left. But how do you reassure people that With the speed that this operation is being developed. The whole thing is called Operation Warp speed to try to get a vaccine that it will also be safe. Well, I want to assure everybody about that The speed is being done by basically doing in parallel things that otherwise would have been done in a Siri's of steps, but every step is being carried out with rigor and intensity. Before we have to go. Let me just say anybody who's interested by the way and signing up for a vaccine trial because they're about to get under a going to give you a Uriel Carell correctness prevention network dot org's okay. Francis Collins Francis Collins, head of the National Institutes of Health, many things
Kelly Clarkson finally learns how her name made it into that iconic '40-Year-Old Virgin' scene
"One of the most memorable lines from one of the best comedy of the two thousands may be the best comedy from the two thousand how to works and become yeah for your virgin and it seems so random right they Kelly Clarkson would be something he's okay so Steve Carell's gettin his chest very hairy chest waxed in the forty year old virgin eye conic scene and he's getting his chest waxed and you know and he's a forty year old virgin he doesn't swear how did Kelly Clarkson become a swear word Judd Apatow the director of the movie was on the Kelly Clarkson shell and Judd Apatow showed that any told her shoulder actually that they actually had a cardboard poster on set with two columns of swear words for Steve Carell to drop on because he didn't it's where one side was was full of actual profanity well the other side had goo fear less serious exclamations and that Kelly Clarkson's name was right in the middle it's so he just saw the poster drew on on recall memory what made the waxes chest that was real there's no C. GI there it was not fake he wanted to be real so they're they're really doing is is just as very hairy and so when he gets there he stops halfway through it he's just got a smiley face like one on one pack one on the other end and one down by his belly button it's a it's a smiley face that he has left Kelly Clarkson told Judd Apatow yeah that's amazing glad I made it between burger patties in throbbing monkey tail those are two other swear words that were on the
Challenged by Netflix Show, US Space Force Rushes to Trademark Name
"Turns out when it comes to space force Netflix with the White House to the punch the streaming service owns more trademark rights to the name space force in the U. S. government does space forces a new branch of the U. S. military salvaged by the president it's also a new Netflix show starring second city alum Steve Carell the show has already established trademark rights in several nations the US Air Force application for registration is still pending
Chrissy Teigen pledges to donate $200,000 to bail out protesters across the country
"Chrissy Teigen and other celebrities are offering thousands of dollars to bail out protesters across the U. S. to get announced on two later that she will contribute two hundred thousand dollars is other notable celebrities like Seth Rogan Steve Carell and when Manuel Miranda of also offered contributions many of the funds are going to the Minnesota freedom
Space Force Review: Steve Carell Charms in Netflix Comedy Series
"As the brand new streaming series space forces about to blast off that's right this star Steve Carell and it's created by Carell and Greg Daniels who is best known for doing the office the two of them of course work together and that for many many years big popular show this one is a Netflix series and like you said it's taking off this Friday it's about the creation of the space force which is a real thing and we've got that actually happening right now and it's a more of a workplace comedy from the general's point of view has been put in charge of it that being corral potus once complete space dominance to that end the president is creating a new bridge space force which mark will run what overall the story is interesting I'm curious to see where they're trying to go with it because that one hand they're trying to make a kind of this absurdity but on the other hand there really trying to make this destroyer of out this general who finally gets his chance to run something and and he's handed something that he really doesn't want to do it he's gonna find a way to make it work hi it has had some some very funny moments especially because of the acting I really want to see where they go with season two because they could this could blossom like the office but it could also please allow ten you know crashed upon landing yeah you know it's got that deadpan humor the kind of thing that Steve Carell is able to do very very dead pan humor how does that how's that gonna hold up episode after episode well I think that's the part that works that's I think what made the office work so well and and he's he's up against like John Malkovich's his foil it and and that that really was the two of them have great chemistry I was amazed scene after scene they trot out in every scene another new character actors some of television's best character actors on this so that makes it look pretty interesting all right how many how many retro rockets do we give space force I'm going to give it three and a half retro rockets but they're firing on all cylinders and that's good because I I I think this has a lot of potential which is kind of still has to fight to find its
Andre Harrell, music exec who discovered Diddy, dies at 59
"Under her around the uptown records founder who shaped the sound of hip hop and R&B in the late eighties and nineties but acts like Mary J. Blige and heavy deep and also launched the career of Sean Diddy combs has died he was fifty nine do these company results where hotel was the vice chairman confirmed his death the pair met when did it intern for her well and the rest as they say is rap history city credit to rally giving him the tools to find success Carell was born in Harlem this started out as part of the rap duo's Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Neutrogena slap the later he would work for Russell Simmons at def jam before going off on his own to launch uptown records in nineteen eighty six and eventually dominate urban music scene I'm going to route fifty nine I'm too little
Steve Carell? Real U.S. Space Force chief wanted Bruce Willis to play him
"The real space force has a suggestion for Steve Carell get a hair cut president is creating a new brand space force which mark will run after seeing yesterday's trailer for the upcoming Netflix comedy series general John Raymond who is bald says guerrillas to shaggy he said he's a fan of curls but thought Bruce Willis might have been better
11 Trivia Questions on TV Bosses
"With buds dot com and it's clicked. It's clinical in the show notes so go to the show notes given a nice click and go check it out. Today's episode is a fan made episode from Luke McKay. He is a Patriot subscriber. He is a buddy of mine and he writes Great Trivia. This quiz is called. Tv bosses. So I have eleven of these four U. Eleven. Tv boss questions. I'll give you the boss's name you tell me what show they were on? And who played that boss? Who did the voice or who played in terms of acting on the show so your name the boss and the show came. It's going to be a fun one and we're going to jump into it right now eleven questions on TV bosses here. We go all right. Everybody here we go. This is round about TV bosses. And here's number one Jack Donigi number one jack. Donna gig remember. We're looking for the actor or actress who played the role. And what show was on number one Jack Donna number two Michael Scott who played that loss and what show number two Michael Scott number three C M Burns number three C M Burns whose that TV boss number three number four Leslie Nope Leslie nope number four number five Miranda Bailey number five Miranda Bailey number six Selina Meyer number six Selina Meyer number seven is Don Draper Don draper number seven number eight? Olivia Pope Number Eight. Olivia Pope Number. Nine Phil Colson number nine Phil Colson and number ten Raymond Holt Raymond halt. Your bonus. Question is the name Mallory Archer Mallory Archer name who played Mallory Archer. And what show as you did for all the other ones. That is your quick quiz on. Tv bosses we'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to TV bosses. Let's see how you did on the short quiz from Luke McKay Number One Jack Donigi that was Alec Baldwin on Thirty Rock Jack down a game was played by Alec Baldwin on Thirty Rock Number. Two Michael Scott was of course Steve Carell on the office. Steve Carell on the office. I mentioned that the other day but go look up the some good news video with John Krasinski. Or He's doing a news report of good news from his house and he does a quick skype. Call with Steve Carell. It's pretty great number. Three was burn. See Montgomery Burns. And that was Harry. Shearer playing Mani Burns on the Simpsons Harry Shearer and the simpsons number four Leslie note played by Amy Poehler on parks and REC. I mentioned I'm binge in that on a recent episode. I love watching the old episodes of parks and REC number five.
Microsoft plans to erase its entire carbon footprint since 1975
"Microsoft announced that they plan to fight climate change with the gold becoming better than carbon neutral by two thousand thirty and they WANNA retroactively offset all the countries emissions from its entire history by twenty fifty. You know how I've been telling you. Wall Street subway cares about sustainability. Well I think that's part of the reason why mcso Stock Rally Free Bucks today. The Times they are changing cubs great track records investors a fortune in recent years so they now have the leeway to take a stand so a few moments ago. I sat down with great Sachin Adela. He's the bankable CEO of Microsoft in his first ever appearance on the show. Take a look so real reminding okay and we gotta talk about because this is a day where you basically redefined this company and became what I think is the capitalist leader doing something. That's maybe more important than than just earning per share. You're doing impact per share. Why I what thank you for being so awesome to have you here on campus? You're absolutely right. It's a big day. A in fact it's I would say a big decade in front of all of us and today's start. What is I think about our mission to empower every person in every every organization on the planet to achieve more the fundamental thing is? Let's put more depth to what achieve more looks like for the world to who us. It means we need of course as a company we need to be able to drive brought economic growth but it's just on economic growth. But it's about really having that core inclusive growth trust in technology and all that we do should lead to a more sustainable work and so today's announcements were that last part which is commitments rear making by twenty thirty to become become carbon negative. Do we in fact go back in history all the way to our founding in nineteen seventy five look at all of our energy consumption from electricity and other sources and and make sure that we recapture that and of course. We're also know that it's not just about what we do. It's the ecosystem and the innovation. We need breakthrough so even putting a billion dollars in an innovation fund. So we're very excited. We know it's a small part quite frankly. All of us remember to do to achieve more but unless assured small out twenty fifty. If you don't do these things what does it mean for both the planet and of course for Microsoft I mean the signs that think at this point is very clear if the the temperatures rise I think the impact. It's going to have unless talk about the economy. The economy all enjoy or the capitalist system that we all arleen joy. I think we'll fundamentally jeopardy if the planet which is the resource the factor of production that has fueled all of our capital else capitalist. Society will be dangerous to me. That's the existential priority. And for us as a company for now it is all about making sure the commitments is the start off then ensuring that we are living up to those commitments. So I think it's really twenty thirty twenty fifty that we're looking forward to doing part your rigorous stanton. Your company is rigorous about numbers. This is the first time I've heard anybody lay out an actual let's say yardstick. That's hard and it's not just for your company but your suppliers and even for the users of your technology. How can you enforce it? And what does it mean when someone says you know what the we're not playing ball look. This is not the first time we've done these things first of all. You're absolutely right. We have to be rigorous and it's not about making commitments or making claims. It's about fall through so for example when be changed some of the benefit policies Just say that anybody who works at Microsoft even if they are a vendor will get yet the parental leave or sick leave. We had to pay for it from piano because we fully expected that the companies that are employing these these people are probably not going to be able to increase wages. So in some sense we have account. We've done our homework. We know what our emissions are in both on all the scope scope one one two and three and we feel that. We've had a bottoms up plan on how we go about it. We were one of the things that has really helped us is the carbon tax which we introduced multiple years physicals has built an internal rigor sort of speak on. What does it mean hard to actually have a way to think about an accounting for carbon and then go after it go a little bit bigger than carbon you care about other values including carbon artificial intelligence? Many of us are worried that it can be he used for harm. Not just for good. You're thinking about what technology will mean. I've been talking about tech intensity city ice here that and I say I'm concerned the text too intense and powerful you walk but largest coming and use the things you're thinking about first of well let's I'm an optimist. Technology can make a huge difference. I mean think about it. It's the most malleable resource that we as humans. I've ever found a software right and to think about. This is a factor of production that changes in a precision medicine. Precision agriculture feed every body body right or connected cars connected factories. I think that this is amazing. If the technology in terms of computing is getting embedded in the real world artificial intelligence for example. I mean think about what the state of the art of whether it's reinforcement learning or this what we call multi modal large scale model training. It's essentially helping US discover new knowledge. That is not possible even before. And I'll take somebody with disabilities today with breakthroughs in computer vision for someone with visual impairment. They can interpret the world. Someone with dyslexia can read because of what I can provide. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be clear eyed about the unintended consequences of let's say technologically driven unemployment or bias in any algorithm and so we have to counter onto that so take bias first of all we as a software company a building tools. Just like how we build tools in order to ensure that people don't have security bugs in software. We should say if anybody what he believe in the model how can they D- by the model and by the way the team we've learned the best reader debiasi modest have a diverse team building it in the first place. He's suzy so smart. And you won't be able to track the diversity unless you do some things we're talking about at the same time that you're doing all these things. You are a competitor. Now you have different styles from your predecessor. Who was oh golden? Good friend of mine from college. You are a cerebral lead by example person. But you're also competitive and when and watch your National Retail Federation piece. You mentioned it's Walgreens. You mentioned Walmart starbucks. Those are three gigantic retailers. You're still you're in a titanic battle against another company to get those customers and you also offer value position that aws. Doesn't I care about that. Tell people I mean first of all. I think what's happening in retail. It's pretty exciting. I mean if you think about it everyone. Twenty nine thousand nine has sort of realized that. What retail is it's about Omni channel retail? So you need the physical stores you need the online presence but most importantly you got to connect the two things seamlessly one of the things that I talked about was what how Walmart is completely changed. The game came around. How they're doing delivery so you can order my groceries? I can start going to the store. It given the geofencing features their I o t Essentially inside the store wakes up. Make sure that things get back fresh and is really for delivery. So it's the best example Walmart taking their physical assets that digital digital capability and we're partnering with them. Same thing with Walgreens what they WANNA do. Even for chronic care management like diabetes or what marks and Spencers is done by essentially taking the store and making it a computer embedded computing. So this is one of the fascinating thing is people places and things are increasingly having digital twins this and since a digital infrastructure is more malleable. You can predict things. Automate things gain insights are like unprecedented raised. How'd you Guinea's Guinea's Azure when I saw you last? You made bold claims. I said at the time of how much money you could make with Azure. You've vastly exceeded them. Even as some of us were pleased. Who is this man? How did you see it? How did you know and how much of the future will be quite frankly? It's sort of the guy who gave me permission to do all this. Well Steve Bomber. If you think about it he wanted us to be bold and go at the cloud very aggressively. And that's what we did and one of the key things Jimmy did was. We didn't even think about azure separate from Microsoft three six five or dynamics three six five or now even xbox live or ex Ex Club we had a vision AFL Europe computing infrastructure structure and platform company. What is that next generation? We and by the way I was always grounded on the fact that it will be distributed computing infrastructure. It's the cloud doc and the edge for example. One of the fascinating. Things is is to talk about the edge. In fact I even started talking about the cloud and the edge probably four years ago and people say. What's he talking about except for now? It is conventional wisdom. That's what it takes. I think you have to have conviction on where the world is going. Make sure you bet long before anybody gives you credit credit for it and then of course execute and that's what we've done in every layer of the stack the infrastructure level platforms of service SAS layer. And that's that's what we're doing. Do you think that the marketplace will continue to pay as much as it does for your perfect execution for instance stop four hundred and ten percent return since as you start one point. Four trillion dollars will be some executives at major foreign firms funds. That say you know what I'm not going to buy that stock tears too much much about these things war will. The world changed so much that if you don't care about these mandates you're stock's GONNA go down. It's a great question. I mean you know you and I were talking before we got on the air which is You know there's this great book by Colin Mayor Called Prosperity and he talks about what is a corporation ration- and the corporations purpose is to find profitable solutions to the problems of people and planet. Okay profitable is the key would but problems is the other keyword for people and planet I so I think what happens is if you're creating a lot of profit and cree end creating more problems for for planet or people. I think it'll catch up with you so in some sense the way I look at it and say. Hey let's go after the core of what we're doing it's not about carrying about a funeral. Well things are shareholders. I always saying our shareholders are the ones who are giving US permission to be able to think about whether it is the affordable liberal housing order. That it's the carbon it's our shareholders who care as much about this as anyone else and they permission and therefore we are accountable to them to execute execute on these commitments. We make and that's good for business. It's interesting look twenty. Eight times earnings one of the highest both sort of the highest multiple for any of the plus one one hundred hundred billion companies because they want you to have that permission other issues in tech that use spoken about that are. Let's say on a hot griddle right now. Privacy Apple versus the Justice Department corporations upholding things. That aren't necessarily the constitution. There's nothing about privacy. Obviously the constitution sadly I think versus a government that is intrusive once again. We've got situation. Government wants coal you know. Coal government wants intrusion. Corporations corporations want privacy. Where do you come down these first of all? We're clear that both things matter here. The two things being privacy as a citizen as a user. I care deeply about privacy and as a citizen I also care about public safety right so both of these have been balanced and I think we have to come up with legislative mechanisms for that things like back doors and so on just bad ideas but like the cloud act which is a completely different carell. Today is actually a good first step in terms of having the legal framework for how we can in fact protect the privacy of anybody anybody who has data in the cloud and yet have the ability for any law enforcement agency to issue legal warrants. So we now have to have a technical technical and a legislative breakthrough around what is considered personal information. That's not in the cloud and so. I think that this is something that we will have to work out.
"carell" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Who's in the infantry? We have two kids and and one on the way husband is is with you now or no. No He's appointed. Oh okay all right and you have two other kids yes okay. How old are they have? Olivia she's eight and then ABC Jessica. She's too okay. Great all right. Well what are we talking here staying here. We got a sharpie. You guys are gonNA use them so all I want you to Ellen is I'm GonNa rip through here. Say Stop Stop there. It is how we got a card right here. The four clubs. Alan just sign it there. We go. We're GONNA show the camera there. That's what everybody can see it. We're GONNA take your four Allen we're going to put it somewhere down here in the center. Actually you're GONNA do the same thing. Are you ready. Yeah just just say stop. Stop right here. Whatever this is we got a card right here? It is the queen of Hearts. Do me the favor sign that bad boy. Perfect we got got a four clubs. Ashley you're going center like so now. It's a cool move. If you just Kinda take your hand give it a little shake I can reverse one of those cards we get yours. Actually it gets better. Just wait and if we just give it a little shake this way we can actually get to reverse as well now. Here's what I love about. She has a way of finding us and bringing us all together and her four house found. Its Way right by your queen. What now this is what I watch us? I'm going to take these two cards. And if you hold the to like this and you squirm up and you hold them tight you can actually get them to you. You can Kinda squirm up this way. Can You put your flat and Ellen if you would just take your hand and put your hand on top Kim squared up. And it's just a snap now and pick your hand up like I said Ed Ellen does magic brings us together. This is one card completely. You can tear that these two part of now. Look I'm yeah I know you're thinking Ellen. You had a choice s you had a free choice. I got a giant.
"carell" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Hi it's it's Ellen Degeneres. Welcome to my podcast. We're GONNA listen to some of the best moments from the show and it's going to be hosted by four executive producers that I love happy be listening on today's episode of Elena. Goes Steve Carell. Answer some of Ellen's most burning questions. Kristen Bell spills the about frozen twos breakout song which Kevin Evan is very excited. Very excited are yeah. John Doran Magical Military Union dream. Come true so cool and Ellen shares of very a stressful problem that you might have right now interesting price. I'm Ed Glavin Andy Laughs ner. I'm Mary Connelly. I'm announcing this. Wow he announcer. Welcome everybody so far wherever you're listening or whenever you're listening sending love from the four of us I'm just saying there's two people in the room currently wearing sweatshirts for the podcast Ellen on the go sweatshirts church but the front of the sweatshirt says Andy and France. Yup so I believe they're available At the I don the our shop online you can can. You can purchase your own Ellen on the go please sweatshirt. Please support our podcast. That is self-financed at the moment. That's like the heart wisdom. Our Electric posted a photo of her. Then how's everyone's tweets Porsche was like where's my sweatshirt. I want us so porsche has turned Porsche. Hope you're wearing hope you're wearing your sweatshirt while you listen. I hope paid retail I gifted Porsche. Sweatshirt see this is..
13-year-old Broadway star Laurel Griggs dies of asthma attack
"Mourning the loss of a young Broadway star laurel Greg's suffered what her grandmother described as a massive asthma attack she made her Broadway debut in the musical once at the age of six was in cat on a hot tin roof along side Scarlett Johannson starred in the film cafe society with Steve Carell and Kristen Stewart and she voiced several characters in the Nickelodeon animated kids series bubble guppies a remembrance service being held for her today laurel Grieg's was
Apple TV+ Hits Friday. Its Series (Mostly) Miss
"Let's start out with the explanation of apple TV this is a relatively new thing what we need to know about apple TV yeah this the views today actually if you bought an apple device after September ten graduations you already have it absolutely free for at least a year you can get a free trial by going to the apple TV app if not you can check out apple TV plus for four ninety nine a month it is launching a bunch of big buzz he shows the top of them is the morning show it's a drama starring Reese Witherspoon Jennifer Aniston and Steve corral and it's a dramatic show despite the stars that are in it about a morning show that separate the meat you scanned all all of the today show and throws it into turmoil there's also CD which is a game of thrones style drama about a world where everybody is blinds starring Jason Momoa from game of thrones bunch of other shows on there it's I watch all of them at this point it is very much a mixed bag the only one that I really liked and I really can't recommend to everybody this show called you can send the stars Hailee Steinfeld as young Emily Dickinson and it's kind of like euphoria beats thirty rock meets his drama beats a million different things uncategorized of all but I was fascinated I and like to at least one joke perhaps said the morning show is ridiculously entertaining but supercell Sirius spend fifteen million dollars an episode which is an insane amount of money but apple so they're putting all of their chips in the US but so far I think everybody in the office here to senator greens the shows are not great so if you have a free trial and do you want to check it out certainly I would suggest sampling the morning show sample taken standing if that all sounds interesting if you're into sci fi there's a show from Ronald D. Moore who created it Battlestar Galactica calls for all mankind was about an alternate history where America lost the space race very well made but also reporting frankly but it the other thing if you don't have a free trial I would hesitate to recommend spending even before ninety nine the account just because I've been plagued by a lot of tech issues today people have been proud of had problems logging into free trials finding the shows except for so give it some time listen to the bison that baby check it out in a couple of weeks if you're interested what are they doing on the morning show that's costing fifteen million per episode is that for the kids a great cast is is that a lot of that money goes out to them is that what it is I think a lot of money wanted to them it's also it's a gorgeous looking show it's beautifully shot by being the letter who started director jail for awhile after she corrected the action movie the peacemaker mess and she did deep impact immediately after that but you don't ton of TV since then it's at the starting the shot was very clearly spent a ton of money on this and again the ID it's kind of trashing it's like very much a trashy soap operas so I don't know why they spent that much money on it but I I don't have a lot of time I sat down to watch three solid hours this nonstop back to back yes I could not stop playing so just in terms of entertainment value I think it's worth it for that I'm trying to think of the track record of other networks when they rolled out a new schedule I remember when fox first became a network years ago it was kind of a slow rollout they just did a couple shows at the beginning and then build from there it's got to be tough to come up with a full schedule of shows and have a mall be successful and and great right that's almost impossible it's almost impossible and this is a big problem with apple TV plus right now that they're not taking the lessons but a lot of the other streaming that works done even Netflix did that very slowly enabled out house of cards then they had arrested development arch new black before they wrapped up to you thirty five new television shows every single day of the week apple TV plus is trying to be all of that media plea almost wanting more of their own each be within their own Netflix because the other thing that you should know about this for the apple TV plus price you're only getting the shows you're not getting everything that he is on TV that you would normally get from the iTunes store the TV store or anything like that yeah it's just the additional shows so I wish there were better it seems like they just gave people blank Jackson said to everyone we don't know what's going on the TV so again some of the stuff is get service desk very bad hopefully it'll get better they're certainly not giving it up anytime soon because all the shares regardless of quality have been picked up for a second season I gotta tell ya I'm surprised that that your stars like a Reese Witherspoon Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell are selling out to apple like that it just seems weird to me you know they've found a big screen the alignment and that I think they said was they want to give creators the chance to really express themselves so this case it's it's produced by Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston it's been playing very different parts I will say they're both fantastic at the show Jennifer Aniston is unlike you ever seen her before so I think that's what they're going for the chance and the same thing that other folks are jumping at is actually a new version of Oprah's book club the diffuse its first absent today and again I think it was just this blank check that apple had into them and said you do what you want you follow your muse and some people follow their views and absolutely wrong direction and hopefully of course correct a little bit and that somebody will give them a little more guidance going
"carell" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"He's addicted to Meth Oh shit and he just goes down this crazy easy like wormhole just downward spiral of just dealing with addiction and also Steve Carell like I said he's The dad as kind of showing his perspective of how do you deal with the sun. That's that's going downhill so rapidly like this year like basically how do you how do you like what do you do yeah yeah. I guess as essential I'm trying to connect with a son who's dealing heavily with addiction a son that you're a very close with that you you know basically raised to be this this great kid and he was like a great kid and he was involved in sports and he did good in school and stuff but then all of a sudden he just started doing drugs then he got real deepened. Crystal meth sounds familiar and then <hes> well yeah. That's I mean that's why I thought of you and I watched it and I really really. I really really do think you should watch it and we'll talk about it I will do we'll the great movie not just for you to watch but obviously for us. You know to put out to the gang and talk about yeah. We we talked a lot about addiction substance abuse obviously antastic movie anything that revolves around around those those talking points especially well done especially saw it already timothy shallow May and Steve Carell are incredibly talented. Amy Ryan's and it is well. We've got about that yeah. Yeah it it. That is one that I saw the trailer foreign was like one day I definitely going to watch that and I still haven't gotten to it but I will age. Thank you for the recommendation. If your new to our show the Ross Bowl and podcast almost every episode is broken down into segments which you could find below with time cues the description now sometimes we may have a special guest were the entire episode is more conversational today in fact. We're going to have a special guest where we got a couple of topics and segments but it's going to be conversational. I'll try to break it down for your time cues as I can but if you get to an episode in your hey where the time queues at there's only two segments here yeah that's because it's just a more conversational episodes likely with a special guest. Sometimes we just have a topic that overruns a show and it becomes like the entire thing instead of it being so segmented but most of our episodes are segmented so that you can enjoy them. Digest them. Listen to them at your.
"carell" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Now, all I can way back when I was when I had my about ten years ago when I had my my I had an overall deal at at at Disney, I developed a sequel screenplay for it, which is really pretty cool. It's really really great and. I think the titles who who framed Jessica rabbit. But I didn't get any traction. I didn't get any tracks from the studio. I don't think I don't think. The Roger rabbit franchise fits into the sort of current Disney, Princess branding. That's we have now. There are no Princess in Roger rabbit done. If I could I couldn't find myself, you can have all of my money tonight. It's a cool serene plan though. It's really cool screenplay. It'd be for Roger rabbit fans. They would really appreciate it. It really is really good. The original writers who wrote Roger wrote so many of you films compete, you love so many times you might in the really defining vault movies wherein, the that crepe and ATS culture has become so popular again series. Like Strang two things really tried to recapture the same. Why do you have any kind of view while you think that's come back? I don't know. I mean, I guess it's the same thing with me when I was you know, in school, a young kid in the sixties, and I was in. I well, I think it is. I think it's I think it's the culture that does it. I mean, I think that because. These eighties eighties movies were sort of born out of the second golden age of cinema, which was the seventies. And they kind of took the themes of the seventies and kind of expanded to the sort of the the mass audience if you will that that became this kind of cultural touchstone that everyone wants to go back to kind of feel, and I felt that I think you could say the same thing about well for me. Anyway, I was fascinated with the nineteen forties in all the World War Two movies that were being made in the sixties, you know. And so I was like always wondering, you know, what I'm studying and thinking about that period in time. So maybe maybe going back, you know, twenty or thirty years to a different time sort of a natural course of how our cultural kind of advances for both of you what when they cut the defining movies. If you try to the Meiji realize movies. A thing. Wow. Well, certainly a bunch of this gentleman's rate here. Which is intimidating when you. And here's here's the guy who's created sill much of what you love cinematic Lii. And and what you know. And and someone who is created so much magic. Because I think that's that's part of that's part of what I love about movies. In general is the magic the stepping into a theater with a group of people at a communal experience and going to some other place, and and visiting realm that doesn't exist in your world. And I think Bob is you know, really cornered the market on that. So so you can imagine how intimidated I was that first day on the set. I think everybody was like, wow, we're working with Roberts meccas. Are you kidding me? How'd you get through? Through some blood, sweat and tears that first day, but you know, but but he's so on assuming and unpretentious, and and kind and generous and is a partner really with everyone with an. And one of the things I loved about working with this gentleman to my right? Was that he treats everyone with the same degree of respect from the the Dolly grip to the camera operator to the costume designer to the actors, everyone on an equal footing. And everyone was just an equal component of of creative process. And I think that's that's what really stuck out to me that we were all in it together was on samba, and we're just trying to make something as as good as we can make wonderful. Thank you again. Both of you. Congratulations on welcome to reading really enjoyed it. Thank you very much. Thank you shake shit. So that was Steve Carell, and that's start with their movie. Welcome Tamar win bunko. Yes. Welcome to Ma win is loosely adapted from the documentary Mowen coal, which came out. In two thousand ten it's the story of a man named Mark HOGAN Kemp who was attacked in a bar by people who didn't seem to light that he was talking about being across Stresa and general lifestyle..
"carell" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Because he's guy made by the future, and he can make whatever he wants for how ever long once as far as I'm concerned, his new film. Welcome tomorrow. In is out this week. We we discussed it and a few seconds. It's also stars Steve Carell and recently, they came into length of talk about the movie, we send along all Richards to have a good old matter with them. Enjoy welcome to the podcast, stay corral. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Really enjoy this film. Really, really interesting. Maybe really unusual story. Can you tell Told me? me festival about the Genesis of the project. I I came story. I was channel surfing, and I came upon documentary that was playing on public television at as I was watching the documentary for about ten or fifteen minutes. I started to really get this profound sense that inside the story. I was this germ of this idea that could basically transcend the documentary into what has become this feature film and tell me for people went have seen it yet. Tell me what it was about mocked story that he really enjoyed two things. I I I I was really taken by this idea that. This idea that's in in Mark's life of this the healing power of his artistic expression. And that was that was the underlying theme that I really really hooked into personally. But then very quickly. I understood that you know, he, you know, he was taking these still photographs or these little tab blows that he would set up. But then he would talk about these elaborate dramatic stories that were happening between these photographs and I immediately thought now that's the stuff of movies. To to let the audience into this imaginary world of that's happening in in this characters mind's eye and bring that to life unstated, you have a hundred mall become familiar with them I stumbled on the documentary, and I watched it and immediately tried to find out who had the rights to it. Because I felt the same way it was so intriguing, and it's it's such a great story of of redemption, and and survival and hope and love and. And and sadness and anguish. There are so many things wrapped up into Mark's story that I found it to be incredibly compelling. And the film is done his nineteen because Malk off to this trauma. This happened to him his way of keeping with is retreating into his world of his Dole's. He photographs which means that the film is pot live action apart the dole world for use. The what was it like the first time? You saw yourself as adult fantastic. So handsome can do anything. I would Bob. I explain what the dull would look like with the to to actually see the joints in the arm do. But to have that come to life, and it was interesting because as we were shooting it we got to see a very crude avatar of the doll of our our bodies in these doll bodies. And it was fascinating to see how your character as a dull moves around and. It was it was fun. It was it was sort of a dream come true to see yourself as that that heroin sort of GI. Joe I was trying to walk out. I mean, so many activists have been action figures for maybe have you been on before is this the first time, I believe this is the first and last time you'll ever action figure. Yeah. No sorry. The loss. Thank you. And how was the way this is done is performance capture? I don't performance capture as everyone thinks fail. Found knows what phones capture is. But I've never been on one of those state is what is it like? The first day you're on something like that the oddest thing ever because you don't know what to expect. Because every almost everything is imagined. You know, you have you have the semblance of props. You have the semblance of a of a car an overturned car that you're examining. But it's just the just the skeleton or the. You're just you're essentially, you're using your imagination in this this room. I don't what you call it. The Molly the volume it's called the volume. It's big green space big green sound stage. Full of how many cameras couple of hundred. Receptors receptors that are that are capturing the performance of the actor in three dimensions. So it's recording ops of everything number all magin like a block of infrared invisible. Light that fills a stage in the actors work inside that and if they venture out of.
"carell" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Expert. That is a reference to little miss sunshine. Sunshine, y'all know Steve Carell Kirk. The world number-two expert and his wife ran off with the number one. Right. That's really gotta stink. That was the whole. Point. Motivator in that charming movie. Have you seen the ads for the new Steve Carell movie could as as he said on Saturday Night Live tonight, so many stood up? Why don't we do an office redo, then you wouldn't have to make all these sad movies? He's got a new movie out that look so freaking sad. I haven't seen the great comedic actors of generations. Quick in show meeting note. I I moved us off of sad there a second ago you want to go back to it's interesting that the guy. Daily show, and then all these funny or anything like that. Now, he's forty year old virgin is dedicated himself to what's the saddest motion picture, I can make all boys about a kid that was like a Beuys by. Had his own mind is a really super over the tops. We'll you doing. I got a question for you. Who goes to those movies? Is it people who have a lot of that in their life? Let's go be sad. And it's only twenty dollars or is it somebody with with no drama in their life whatsoever. And they kind of want to the pick that bone. It's people like me like, I don't have the dramas of family life. Right. So I get to kind of peer through the looking glass at these assuming a very well done piece of art. And go ahead somehow, I can access that emotional so interesting I used to think that like married people with kids didn't go to movies because they don't have time that is definitely part of it. Right. But a lot of it is you need zero drama. Zero anything making you feel emotion. I don't need joy on the screen. I don't need tragedy on the street. I don't need stress. I don't need suspense any. You don't need to contemplate life and death sleep on any level. Right. The Hollywood crowd so into it. Because there's a lot less, you know, child raising going on. I don't know. Right. Right. Interesting perspective wolf goof. Indeed, God, I can't imagine my wife, and I sitting down and watching for instance, is Steve Carell movie I deal with this every day of my life. Why would I want to watch this movie is right? Hey, Honey, you wanna go see a really sad movie about a kid? Probably kill you. Anyway, I'll let you know how it turns out or.
"carell" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"I love these krill. Oh my God. I love him. That's thing about him. I love him as a person and I love him. Yes. Yes. The other night. I watched the first episode of the office. Wow. I like went back and was like, Michael Scott is one of the greatest characters on television, so hilarious. We're in lady pants. Oh my God. Sometimes, and he basically I mean, I only knew his early work to be comedy. Like, he was funny, and he did really funny stuff. Yeah. And then at some point he decided he he wanted to do more serious work. And I didn't think didn't check with me. But I didn't think that was a great idea. It was he's just so funny. What's the point? Why I leave that? Right. And now he does these these poignant roles, and he's unbelievable. He's really like whatever he does. He such great. There's a depth to him. That is so and he has this quality where he's not like shallow and surface. Like, kevin. There's a lot of layers. Kevin has layers for example, wearing a sweater over a shirt today. Does monkey you host the podcast, but wouldn't Ellen as a host for the show. I kind of cut it's true. Yeah. Wow. We'll play that Heidi Joyner. She goes, I hope you're enjoying Kevin's last episode from the bug live on air. We've been fired. Steve Carell comes on the show and he lives like a like a like a half a mile from from the studio, but we only get them once a year at most. And he's just so an and he has such an ease with Ellen the two of them together are just I don't know just love it seems like he's off doing a lot of movies. He's been in a lot of movies. Yeah. Doesn't seem an excuse. I mean. Yeah. And really really good movies in vice. Yeah, he's in beautiful boy. And he's in welcome to Merwin. Yeah. I think it's started. Rear Ramada on the daily show with Vance. Allen's brother. Yeah, they were both. They would do those hilarious correspondent pieces for Jon Stewart's daily, but movie where he played like the crazy. Rest obsessed wrestling, dude. Oh my God. That was so that was. The story. So weird story was so good. He's really good at like awkward and uncomfortable. Yes. He does that. Well, yes. Very well. Well, if you missed if you if we're gonna play a little Carol here, but you should watch that episode. It's really good. He's really amazing. Still carol. I heard this morning in a meeting that you used to Caroline. Yeah. My parents used to take Caroline, and I grew up back in Massachusetts. So if it snows I be on the back of a of a sled, you know, flexible fliers, I think they call them and they pulled me around. We'd all candles and go door door neighborhood and go Carolyn who's all your whole family. Yeah. Yeah. How many people there I thrilled or brothers? Okay. So the whole family and neighbours a bunch of people who go out and Caroline the actually Carol in our neighborhood couple of days ago neighborhood is crazy. Some I well, my wife Nancy gets really embarrassed by the carolers coming to the door because she doesn't know how to react, you know, you get to the door and they start singing and you have this face. It's like Carol or face. You're like. And then thank you. That was wonderful. And you give them a probation. So they sing another song. Yeah. And you get like even worse Carol or face like, oh, no. Let him I going to do now. Yeah. And you can't just go. Thank you and close the door. No, no, no. You have to very gracious. Yes. I, you know, there are I went to a party in the neighbor's house a few years ago where there was a woman who insisted on singing solo Christmas carols at the party. And she didn't have a great voice. And she did what you would call scooping note. It's not you don't hit the note at first you kinda get to it. Right. And she saying I remember saying oh holy night. And it went something like who. Stews shoes. And I was sweating bullets because I empathize. So deeply with people going through trauma. And I just I knew that everyone there schussed waiting for her to finish. And she was the only one who didn't know that. And then she did like five more songs and she scooped flu. New..
"carell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Team. Jane? The broad our best friends. In the park. On Sundays always from a respectable five hundred feet away. Never violating the restraining order. That was just a little bit that went on for. Either. They're always pretty much the same and it always works. I agree. It's just so stinking funny. It's delightful. I want to give him a hug, the the only other highlight the one where I was actually laughing pretty pretty heartily. Was they did that space station broadcasts sketch? Do you remember that? I think I caught a little bit of it while I've thrown Steve Carell was like broadcasting from a space station to classrooms all. And then something went wrong, and they had monkeys that exploded from a chamber, and they're all frozen going up on the screen, and then Kate McKinnon again, she just being hilariously. They have to do anything. But she got out of the ship and banging up against the window trying to cover it up. So all the kids don't see that that lavar ball, and that Kate McKinnon is Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, our funding on her funniest, I think is you know, when they have the people who had an alien experience, of course. And then they tell their story. So they go I the number one person number two, then k is playing this just this older woman who just her story is so different from their's off the charts. She's so good. She's gonna move on soon. I bet you think maybe she's doing movies and stuff. Yeah. Feels like she's she's suing point where Kristen wig was in her final year two. Yeah. It feels that way where she's two. Too cool for SNL. Well, maybe she's just just outgrow smarter. Exactly. For Keenan Keenan can Keenan can stay on that show for ten more years. Yeah. And you'll like him, but Kate McKinnon, she's just getting movie deal. So it's like, I want to do the hustle. That's a grind SNL is a real it. Is you want to keep doing that hustle or do you just want to make a quick five or ten million for one movie and then? Off next week. And then I think clear foyer will be the host feed. The thing definitely. In the musical performance was from Ella may larger I liked her Jude. Can we just sample? Listen to a little bit. This is like this one. The boot up boot up. Good. Yeah. And that's like some classic throwback are.
"carell" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Two thousand four and NBC's the office from two thousand five or two thousand eleven and who has also done outstanding work in films of all sorts from comedies. Like two thousand three's Bruce almighty. Two thousand four anchorman the legend of Ron burgundy two thousand five the forty year old virgin and two thousand eleven crazy. Stupid love to dramatize like two thousand six's little miss sunshine, two thousand seven, Dan in real life. Two thousand twelve hope springs two thousand thirteen the way way back two thousand fifteen. The big short and two thousand seventeen battle of the sexes and last flag flying to straight up dramas, like two thousand fourteen. FOX catcher and most recently, beautiful boy a film unveiled its members, Toronto international film festival and released in theaters on Friday by Amazon. That was a delegate from the true story of David chef who has played by Carell a father fighting to help his son. Nick played by Oscar nominee Timothy shallow may as the sun becomes ensnared by addiction. I'm talking of course about the once Oscar-nominated six time EMMY nominated nine time Golden Globe nominated, and one time Golden Globe winning and eight time sag award nominated Steve Carell over the course of our conversation at the London West Hollywood hotel. The fifty six year old. And I discussed the wide range of topics, including how improvisational comedy became an early passion of his how he wound up at the daily show and why he decided to make himself the butt of jokes while they're how small part in anchorman led to his movie star making part in the forty year old virgin which in turn saved the fledgling American attestation of Ricky traverses hit. British sitcom, the office on which he was starring and what initially led and continues to lead him to branch out beyond comedy and into darker material, including FOX catcher, which led to that aforementioned best actor Oscar nomination and continuing through beautiful boy which could lead to another. But I, I was joined at the offices of the Hollywood reporter by the EMI winning TV host, author and first lady of the great state of New York, Sandra Lee, who is the subject and producer of a powerful new HBO documentary short, which is eligible for the best documentary short Oscar called Rx, early detection, a cancer journey with Sandra Lee, which.
"carell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Seven eighty five. All right. Thanks for hanging back to gone racing. Yeah. Thanks, steve. Hey, Mark was always a great artist. And his little town was was called Marlin call our W E N C, O, L and. In two thousand ten they they did a documentary about him. You know, he he lives in New York, but they did this documentary about him, and I had been in a couple of years after it came out, you know, took a little while to get out, but at one a bunch of award, then, you know, in our movie festivals vegetables. And then all of a sudden on our our ships website. Starting things called Marlin. And M A R W E N. And what that is. It's a a movie from the producers of go. Yup. Have done a movie about Mark. And you know, about everything that's happened to him, you know, as far as getting beat up and the trial and everything and all of his therapy that are doing for fell and they've taken his. His little Powell and his mission and brought them to life and the way he does that is he built this little town. But he uses a doll to portray things. It's kind of like a French underground thing, you know, from back in World War Two. Yeah. That's the kind of story that he does. And. Mark in the movie is Steve Carell, the office forty year old mobile things like that. They also have Ledley man in the movie and a whole bunch of other people that I don't remember right off fan. But you can look it up online on YouTube, just look up, Marlin and trailers will come up for it. And I I mean, it's just so cool that somebody that I know. Had a movie made about him. And it's unfortunate circumstances. But I mean, it's just I good bombs every time I tell the story, you know, because I mean. Our young man back then and it was a big big influence on me back, then you know, him another guy on the ship. As far as kind of molding me into who. I am today. And you know, I just think it's really cool that they've they've recognized him for his talents, and his perseverance. You know, good fight the adversity that he's gone through. And it's it's a really cool looks like it's going to be a really cool movie supposed to be out around Christmas time. And and that's what I'm doing here tonight. Not talking racing talking thing. I'm talking about my buddy, you know. And it's just like I said, it's just super cool that they've made a movie about him. And I encourage everybody to go out and check out the trailer. And if it doesn't suck in, and and, you know, make you want to see the movie then. Yeah. Watch it again. 'cause 'cause it's really cool. Just look it up on Facebook on on YouTube. It's out there. And that's all I got. We'll I'll check that out. Thank you much, gone ration-. Good deal. All right. It's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five. Got the latest numbers prices at the pump despite some differences last week. The the to fuel indexes actually in agreement this past day that diesel increased by four point two cents per gallon over the past week, according to the energy of formation administration average cost for a gallon of diesel fuel now is four point two cents higher than the week previous. So let's see three thirty one per gallon average price per gallon up fifty two cents higher than this time of year ago. According to the way. California again surpassing the average four dollar per gallon price diesel in California now.
"carell" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I guess you can't do that story tonight today he was younger then longtime decades ago but you mentioned feral being a a lead in a movie i think the first time that happened was anchorman and i wanna ask you about that because it seems like that's one of those moments where comedy history sort of change course certainly your history did because as i understand it unanimous k shared the same right jenny miller still they're still do miller say says the mckay you should bring on judd as a producer mckay says he didn't have the most wonderful interaction or whatever collaboration with you in the nineties years and years before but he'll you'll meet with you you guys now have a positive interaction and as a result you come out as a producer if you had not come on as a producer you would not have dealt with steve carell and had united della steve carell there's no forty year old virgin your first directing opportunity as a movie yeah will years before i was developing a script and adam came onto rewrite it was like a dead zone parody a psychic movie right i don't remember going badly but he talks about it as if it went badly but i think he might have just meant i wasn't that talented which might have been the case i i it certainly could have been that i just didn't know how to develop scripts that well at that time and was just beginning to attempt to go how do you fix a script that's not working when you bring on someone you think is funny and so we weren't having arguments or not getting along it just may have been i wasn't giving him proper guidance or whenever but we enjoy each other's company and i guess at the time you know they were trying to get anchorman going and and had a draft and we're able to get any traction and i helped kick it around with them i had a deal at dreamworks so we were developing it with dreamworks and then we couldn't get dreamworks make it so universal said they would make it and then dreamworks had a hit with will with old school and one day spielberg literally at a meeting said what else we have with him and they had to.
"carell" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"No he moon lorde steve carell god oh lorde the oh lorde but the new jon heyman no oh the approval the in mary oh man.
"carell" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM
"The gene steve carell uh what goldman drug your eyes john paul at yeah i see lenovo the yeah tu wien what gene although away gene good the big aw yeah hey he ruled out gene role that john bell laura and all they say yes the role of citizens no and and in the them dan ladies uh ashley autonomy on out there yes dan you gene ludi lin yep the key the new developing of you.
"carell" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"I that's guy for a visitor illicit if more people had their asked play claim listen listen then we won't be able to do instead of grinder it's like a mailbox you just fly euros which your flag posture like high couldn't help noticing usflagged i know you're open for business yeah okay there you go last flagflying okay so this is the richard link let him that's what happens if he if you're on asked flagflying and yeah his side that you are now in a committed relationship it's the last flagflying right that's what this films about right i'll give you one last ask and then get out okay so i saw this richard koo edit ruby called last flag hearing and it is i said it before it starts steve carell laurence fishburne man no in cranston mount in sicily tyson when's the last time you seen sicily ties relative that she's not a relative of mike oh i don't even know who sicily taisei she's an actress you'd recognize it on tv and stuff okay so we wouldn't rake their old vietnam buddies they they all went nap buddies is the wrong thing yet yes no no i'm just remembering yes okay they're they're vietnam buddy like they were in the same unit together in vietnam and steve carell was kinda like the runt of the guys he they were he was he was a sailor and the other two were marines so they kind of took him under their wing and is that because he had his office flagflying yeah i'm sorry had area typical sailor i doubt sailor joke.
"carell" Discussed on The Summit FM
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"carell" Discussed on Critical Role
"Twenty two two two organ as you glance out the door uh kinda pull outside and you're going stuff is why saga will stuff 25 schwaiger you turn the corner just as you see a flash of dark cloth around the edge of the deaths respite you rush off the action look on the way and down alley you can see the figure fullon like arms out the side can of rush behind going into a very best run down the shaded hallway shaded whole way or the the ah ever to ally a we can so you continue to fall away at a distance all right following the mast figure you continue to give chase it dart's kind of a radically kind of his exact between areas so you can see this is a very trained pattern to lose anybody following them up but you're also trained in following those that wish not to be followed later the perception chuck twentyfour you come around one cornering you can see there's a wall that ends there and you see just a little slip material pass as you glance ob can see the figure has jumped down to a lower walkway unto what appears to be a a recessed section sector of this part of on carell and is already darted beneath a nearby bridge in over past that walks across to another series of buildings you'll be over five keeping the shadow give chase down that way um you turnaround underneath the bridge and you can see underneath the bridge the result an arch release into a dark path down to actual hallway beneath the series buildings that you just saw had if you make an exception checking my goodness 22 zoo you look i'm hoping you see the shadow of the figure can afri meants will looks to be another opening an opposite side so it's coming through you to see the dark outline as it dart's forward and in leaps off again down the right to past at exit you follow and you look off the side just as you see the figure slink behind one was large crate over next to some sort of a uh a storage sections at a warehouse near ducks by another one the darts up to a building that looks to be shuttered and closed and there's a small uh.
"carell" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In tennis player who happens to be a woman that that's exactly who you are and i am a tennis player who who happens to be a man no where to get the kind of money emma stone there is billie jean king and steve carell as a as bobby riggs i remember this story growing up this was just forty years too soon of this happened in the social media era if you donald a story of bobby riggs bigtime chauvinist steve carell has him down wants to assert that women cannot compete with men on the tennis court in this he says i could beat the best female player in the world he's a 55yearold drunk it takes on first margaret court who is in on some of the clips that i was washed of this morning as i was go through this it was steve grills great at what he does any way especially when he's eat this is a semi humorous role but it's serious he does have him on and then no spoiler does the historical account she defeats him but from what i see the steve carell he has bobby riggs dow yeah i've sitting that is also in know that line lego knin jugo is is coming out this weekend as well well found glory with with the myth of with other exactly what are you referring flashing you in your father of vulnerability got fellow emotional emotion emotions were the last thing govern now is going on out there still came away over his parents are perfect i mean i mom is weird and collects he shells your dad level cities and attacks innocent people liga so they've all got that corks you know if you like the lego movies they are just as enjoyable i think as an adult as they would be for the kids and a lot of a lot of the jokes for example in the lego movie original lotta the jokes illegal batman movie and i'll it's sad level cities and attacks innocent people liga so they've all got that corks you know if you like the lego movies they are just as enjoyable i think as an adult as they would be for the kids and a lot of a lot of the jokes for example in the lego movie original lotta the jokes illegal batman movie and now it seems like a lot of jokes in this.