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Fresh update on "carol" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"You and I were talking about this earlier about QE mattered on the way up, so QT quantitative timing matters on the well, I thought that was an interesting note, and this is something, frankly, that we've had a lot of guests bring up. The idea that QT is kind of not really quite in full swing. It's kind of been operating in the background. And that could have a much bigger dampening effect on cross asset prices than the actual rate increases themselves, particularly if they accelerate the accelerate QT. So are we going to start seeing the higher rates make their way through the labor market? That's the big question I'm asking this week when we get the jolts data on Wednesday and then the non farm payrolls on Friday because 200 K jobs added to this economy. That's what economists expect right now. That's pretty good still, Carol. Yeah, well, it's still jobs growth, but that it's all perspective, like I've kind of where we were, where the trendline is going. And if we start to see some slowness in the labor market, that is certainly going to give the feds some indication that those rate increases are happening. How do you get that slowness? I mean, you got ten plus million job openings. As we get another profit tomorrow. And I mean, until you, I mean, I was looking if you go back to past cycles. I mean, you just didn't have that type of hole in terms of a job. The need out there. And I wonder how the fed sort of squares that circle. Job cuts when they come could come Fast & Furious. Tracy alloy was tweeting earlier today about the Dallas fed data points, and there was a lot of anecdotal about manufacturers. Once they start cutting jobs, they've got a lot of jobs to cut. They just need to get through this holiday period first before they make that move. Or could we have a recession with actually still a labor market that's doing okay. And people are telling us, yes, yes, and yes. Dare I say soft landing? No. Of the no, but no other Carol's point. I mean, this gets us back to that stagflation from yesterday, because that could be the case. We do have a labor market that might actually be able to hold up in the face of that, doesn't it mean that the overall economy is going to hold up as well. But I think you can't have both of those. And I think we had an example of that back in the 80s, and again, in the late 90s. At global yield curse and a global recession. All right guys, we've got more to come. We're going to be back in less than an hour's time. Our cross platform coverage radio TV YouTube and Bloomberg quick take, we're going to count you down to the close beyond the bell that's coming at 4 p.m. Wall Street time. This is Bloomberg businessweek with Carol master and Bloomberg quick takes Tim Steinbach on Bloomberg radio. All right, you are listening and watching Bloomberg business week here from our Bloomberg interactive broker studio just out, you know, a little bit of a heads up to an hour headed to the West Coast. If our plane ever leaves, I'm here to take you a little behind the scenes. I'm spending a little bit of time updating the departure and so far Carol we're. Two hours delayed. Are you serious? Yeah, I'm sorry. 10 o'clock? No, 9 15. So hour and a half, I guess. Okay. Yeah. Sorry, all those minutes count. Anyway, so we're going to be the late arrival in San Francisco. We've got a special broadcast to you coming up on Thursday with some very special guests. As we will be live at the Stanford graduate school of business. And looking forward to that, we're chatting with dean Levin, among many others. Can we promote some of our guests yet? Yeah, can we promote her? Can we promote our guests? Are they a secret? I don't want to get in trouble. But we have some great guests. We'll talk about them tomorrow. All right. We do have some economic news. We are looking at a global yield curve that's inverting in a signal of recession is brewing. That worldwide yield curve inverted for the first time in at least two decades. So that is a story that certainly caught my attention when I was reading in this morning. Again, the question though becomes, what will global monetary policy do? What kind of global recession might we see? Why did it be quick and shallow? I mean, Gina Martin Adams, who talked about rate cut maybe next year, also talked about a cyclical recovery in 2023. All right, we'll continue chatting about that in just a few in the meantime. Let's get an update on
Fresh update on "carol" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Welcome in. Virginia congressman Donald mcchicken has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 61, making a Democrat had just one reelection for fourth term in Virginia's fourth district. His chief of staff says that he was diagnosed with colorectal cancer and has been battling that since 2013. Republicans in the Maryland tended to select their new leadership, their Senate Republican caucus, choosing senator Stephen Hershey, as minority leader this week, Hershey is represented Maryland's district 36 on the upper eastern shore back since 2013. He served to sit in minority whip from 2015 to 2020, senator Justin reedy from Carol county was reelected minority whip. Now, the GOP lost two seats in the Maryland Senate this election giving Democrats a 34 13 advantage. Almost 11 years behind bars for killing the man on southeast locally in southeastern and D.C. street, 29 year old Cecil Smith was sentenced to this week Monday. We're shooting and killing the man back in August of last year, Smith pleading guilty back in April in the spring to the murder of Harold castle, who was 29 at the time on south capital street. Coming up by double DTP after traffic
Trump deposed in rape-defamation lawsuit by writer E. Jean Carroll
"Donald Trump has answered questions in a defamation lawsuit Former president Donald Trump answered questions under oath in a defamation lawsuit filed by a writer who says the Republican raped her in the mid 1990s The deposition provided lawyers for E Jean Carroll a chance to interrogate Trump about the assault allegations and statements he made in 2019 when she first told her story publicly Trump has said the rape allegation is a hoax and a lie His statements could be used in a civil trial He is not faced any criminal charges However New York lawmakers recently gave survivors of sexual violence a one year window to sue their attackers over old assaults Carol's lawyer has told the court that she intends to file such a suit against
Trump angrily lashes out after his deposition is ordered
"Former president Trump is scheduled to answer questions under oath today in a lawsuit filed by a magazine columnist who says he raped her in the mid 1990s in the dressing room of the Manhattan department store The deposition gives lawyers for E Jean Carroll a chance to interrogate Donald Trump about the assault allegations and statements he made in 2019 when she first told her story publicly Trump says she completely made up a story that I met her at the doors of this crowded New York City department store and within minutes swooned her It's a hoax and a lie his legal team worked for years to delay his deposition in the lawsuit which was filed when he was still president Carol was to have been questioned by Trump's lawyers last Friday Julie Walker New York
Judge: Trump must sit for deposition in defamation lawsuit
"Former president Trump will have to sit for a deposition next week in a defamation lawsuit filed by a writer who says he raped her in the mid 1990s The judge's ruling rejects a request by former president Trump's lawyers that the plan testimony be delayed The deposition is now scheduled for October 19th The decision came in a lawsuit brought by E Jean Carroll a longtime advice columnist who says Trump raped her in a Manhattan department stores dressing room Trump has denied it His lawyer says we look forward to establishing on the record that this case is and always has been and entirely without merit Carol is scheduled to be deposed Friday Julie Walker New York
Uvalde school chief plans to retire after community outrage
"The public school superintendent and you vow to Texas says he intends to step down at the end of the school year Hal harrell says he plans to retire and that his heart was broken on May 24th That's the day 19 fourth graders and two teachers were massacred at rob elementary school in the Texas school district Harold runs The school board voted unanimously Monday night to begin the search for Harold's successor His announcement came a day after school district officials fired a new officer who had been a state trooper on the scene the day of the shooting and a week after they suspended the entire school police force in a post first reported by CNN and now taken down from his wife's Facebook page harrell says he's been blessed to work among amazing educators and staff for more than 30 years and that these next steps for the future are completely his choice Carol and other local officials have faced heavy criticism over their handling of the incident officers allowed the shooter to remain inside a classroom for more than 70 minutes I'm Jennifer King
Dinesh Examines E Jean. Carroll-Trump Rape Defamation Lawsuit
"I don't know if the name E Jean Carroll is familiar to you. It might be, this is a columnist. This is the woman who accused Donald Trump of raping her. Now, the alleged rape, if you can believe it, was supposedly in the dressing room of bergdorf, Goodman department store. How Trump went grabbed or dragged her into the dressing room with bergdorf raped her there. I mean, just the idea is to me, absurd. But nevertheless, she alleges that this happened to her when, in the mid 1990s, so the allegation is based upon conduct that evidently occurred. Well, 27 years ago. And as far as I know, this is an incident that was not a witness by anybody. The two of them were supposedly alone in the dressing room, Trump, of course, have claims this is ridiculous. This is absurd. This is preposterous. And this woman, gene Carol, has been on a kind of militant crusade to get this tried to get it a criminal charges filed against Trump. That didn't happen. She then sued Trump. Now hers lawsuit is for deformation. Why? Because evidently, when Trump was asked about this, he made some derogatory comments. I mean, hardly surprising when you use somebody a brave, but here's what Trump goes, he goes, quote, I'll say it with great respect. Number one, she's not my type. This is very trumpian. She's not my type. Number two, it never happened. Now probably would have been better just to stick with number two, but Trump couldn't resist throwing in number one. But nevertheless, there's no deformation here to say that she's not my type is something that people are entitled to say, you're not exactly maligning someone by saying what is or isn't your type. And number two, of course, Trump is merely denying the incident, but nevertheless, E Jean Carroll wants to have a trial for whether or not Trump defamed her.
Carol Burnett Has a Presidential Past
"So you've met how many presidents? I mean, everyone since Kennedy except Carter. Oh, okay. Am I a door? Yeah. And I met misses Carter, but I did not meet him. I met Obama recently. He does smell like cookies and freedom, doesn't he? Oh. Yeah. Wait, Jodie told? Yes. For the Oval Office. We were doing like 15 minutes. Oh, more than that. Yeah, and I loved it because there for the Mark Twain. And so ladies and gentlemen, Cabernet has also won the Mark Twain. In addition to 1750 Emmys, so we were told that we could meet him. So we all gathered there, you know, Jody and Aaron and all of us, my husband, and we were in the Roosevelt room. And it was a little hallway, and then there's a private door into the Oval Office. Right. So we said, okay, line up, it happened soon. He opens the door. Yeah. Obama does, yeah. Come on in, you know? And he took pictures and everything and then we sat and talked and even sat on the Oval Office desk. Yes, and it was the official photograph of the day. Yes, it was The White House. I was so thrilled. What a guy.
Carol Burnett Went Into a Closet Chinless and Emerged 'Determined'
"You and Jodi had dental surgery at the same time. Not the same time. I had my jaw done. Yeah. Okay. It was broken in two places. Yeah. I still have wires back here. They took out part of my bone here and lifted. Because wait, your mom had an overbite, and you had an underbite. No, I had a, yeah, my teeth met. And then mom had a slight weaker chin. Yeah, I had a weaker chin. Jodi got that, and so I went to the oral surgeon and I asked him about I said, but I don't want to go through what? He said, don't have to. Just kind of cut in here and pulled it out three millimeters. Wow. Is all. You know, so I just wanted to feel The Rain. You know, on my chin without having to look up. The awning. So now, we had done the easy street number. Before, and we'd wrap Annie and I got the operation. Procedure done. And now the easy street number when we first did it was overkill. It was 400 dancers in it. And in the street with a monkey grinder and it was just too much. And Bernadette Peters and Tim Curry and I said, this is very good, but you know, it should be just the three villains in the orphanage doing the number. So now I had the procedure, and I get a call from the producer, like a month later, saying, we're going to reshoot. The easy street number, and so bernadette is coming in from New York and Tim from England, and I was in white at the time. So we all went and I said to I said to the producer over the phone, I said, I have a chin now. And he said, what? And I explained it to him. And he said, oh, with all that miss hannigan drag, nobody's gonna know, you know, right. So okay, I just thought I'd tell you. So I flew in. Now we're in the easy street. We're in the office of miss hannigan. Right. John Huston says all right. And he said, I think what I'll do, oh, because ray stark said, you know, it won't be pictured a picture. It'll just be that scene. And nobody's going to notice with all that miss hannigan drag, so. Okay. So now we're in the hurt office. Bernadette Tim and I and mister Houston says, I think what our water do. Is take it from when Carol went into the closet to find Annie's locket. We'll pick it up from when she comes out of the closet. Pictured a picture at all. Yeah. I said, mister Hughes. Call me John, dear. John. Two months ago, when I ran into the closet, I didn't have a chin. Now I'm out of the closet. Right. Right. Thought for a minute and he said, well, dear. Just come out looking determined.
Carol Burnett and Stephanie Discuss Female Comedy Legends
"It's so interesting that it generations that, you know, Lucy was your idol and then you of course became because I mean, yeah, if you had a woman in comedy, it was Lucy. It was Carol. Yeah. You know, and then like Vicki Lawrence felt that way about you and could barely speak when she met you. And then lily Tom would, of course, is my other hero. There are the one name comedy legends, right? Yeah. I'll never forget, oh, that was the other time that was the first time I was supposed to meet your mom member? Yes, it was. She and lily were supposed to host an event at the game lesbian center. And sister's husband passed away. I know, I know. So I had to go be with her. But I just want you to know, thank you for I lost 20 pounds in a day because I was sweating all day long because I was sitting lily and Jane's table and I was going to meet you for the first time in my life. And then right before they were like, oh, Carol had to cancel. And then lily went on. No, that was hilarious. So lily played your part and her part. Oh, that's funny. And it was hilarious. And she was kept going. And this is where Carol was supposed to say. And then she would shake her fist at you like you were backstage. And then she'd do a line and she'd be like, well, that'd be a lot funnier of Carol had said it.
People Love Carol Burnett for a Reason
"People love you for a reason, but because I think you truly are such a nice person and that radiates and you're kind and it seems like so the antithesis of, you know, I just have to say what's going on. Trump's America right now and the way the dialog has become. And I think that's why people are even more like sort of nostalgic for that time. When you weren't being mean. Well, that's insulting everybody. When we did the 50th anniversary show, the ratings were really good. And people, I guess, wanted to be taken back to that time. Yeah. You know, and now I'm getting fan mail from ten year olds. Well, and the Netflix teenagers. Right, will you talk to kids? I mean, I've been getting fan mail before the Netflix show from kids. Little kids under line three hole. Yeah. Notebook paper. In pencil, then they'll draw a picture of this is you, miss Carroll, and but sometimes, and it's only if they're really little. And young. Right. I'll get a letter saying, I am going to be miss hannigan and Annie. Right. Will you give me some hints on how to perform? How to do this. Yeah. And if they leave their telephone number, I'll call them.
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Taken the picture first. I know you're used to this. You have this effect on people. You make a lot of people cry in a good way. Thank you. I hope they laugh more than they cry. Cobra, take my house oh my God. You know what, Joe, you make because you're my guest host, you may need to take over. And do this interview because I will say what I normally say to your mom, which is. Stop it. You should work stuff and use your words. You're outside. No, I got to Jody was nice enough. Remember you took me backstage tonight show. Right. So that I could meet you and I believe that's what I said. I said. Learn. So that was the extent of that conversation. And then J came in and went, what are you doing in here? Carol should I call security? And then that was, and then you started the other thing. What are they? Let's not talk now. Jody's like my smarter friend, I'm just gonna cheat off her Carol Burnett homework. Carol, what? Um, yes. Okay. It's okay, Stephanie. I said this to you today. I was like, how do you do an interview with your mom? Everybody hasn't heard right the same stuff and you've answered the same things. And you have quite a lengthy Wikipedia page. I do. Somebody spend a lot of time on it. It was me. But we love and adore your daughter. So let's start there. Terrific. I love an adore her two. Right. Well, see, we have that in common. That humanizes us. Of course. So that I don't have a stroke. Okay. No, okay, JB, Jamie, you're ruining my interview that I've waited my entire life more. Okay, sorry. Yeah. All right. Okay, so Jody. Is smart and pretty and funny we like her a lot. But she's like, you know what I realized today? She's like my Vicki Lawrence. Oh, we weren't terrific. Yeah, she is like, everybody says she's our favorite because we're family. Family. You know, I was talking to somebody about back in the covered wagon days when we started our show. Yes. You know, and I hired Vicky right out of high school. Today, you can never do that. I saw you said that. She was 18. They were just no network. Back then, they left us alone. Yeah. They were like, who are you? This show will never work anyway. Absolutely not. Carol, I guess so many people. You also talked about that that it's just such a different era. It was like three channels, like literally everyone in the country watched you ever Saturday night. Well, especially that Saturday night lineup. All in the family mash, Mary, Tyler Moore. Bob Newhart and us. And there were no VCRs then, so people stayed in. Right. I guess all of us, we got mash even more. I was on a ten, but 35, 30 million people, 35 million. Every night because it was only three channels. Right. Yeah. Yeah. That was the time and my parents knew they couldn't talk to me. Carol's on. But yeah, I mean, it really is, when you talk about a 7 decade career, I joke, but you just literally, I don't know how you prepare for an interview with you. I know, first of all, we usually talk politics and you famously don't talk. Politics, although I saw brief click clip where Larry King asked you that. Hello. Yeah, right. And then he said, you know, what if I say Donald Trump? And you made a sound that was kind of like Tarzan, but like falling into it into a ravine and dying.
Carol Leonnig: DOJ Has Been Looking for Nuclear Documents Since May
"Here's Carol Lennon who joined Devlin Barrett on the byline of this ridiculous story about the nuclear stuff again She's on MSNBC last night of course goes on friendly outlets I mean you got to you can't go on actual outlets instead of going to ask you questions And Carol leonnig's on Alex Wagner's show who's lost like most of Rachel maddow's audience by the way which is shocking Carol leonnig gear I want you to listen to how she hedges here If some anonymous deep state source told her that Donald Trump had the location of Israeli ICBMs and gave it up right Then let me tell you some This would be really really serious But I want you to listen very carefully how she hedges this You know I don't need to say anymore Listen for yourself check this out Can you walk us through this whole process We knew in May right That the Department of Justice maybe was looking for this kind of material in their subpoena to the grand jury And what has happened since Great question Alex So because of my great colleague Devlin Barrett who I co buyline this story with the public learned that in May the Department of Justice was seeking all sorts of classified records of Mar-a-Lago but they included records that are particularly sensitive that involve nuclear capabilities or really sort of what you'd consider a foreign government or the U.S. government ability to wage nuclear war Where are they on that continuum Are they seeking nuclear ingredients recipes equipment do they have the capacity that we are worried about Are they a true nuclear rival These are all records and materials that are covered by this classification that the Department of Justice saw in its may subpoena for records at the former president's part time residents and golf club I'm sorry resort club
WaPo's Devlin Barrett Will Never Vet a Story
"When you see stories by them involving Donald Trump you have got to assume they're not their stories I'm not kidding It's someone in the deep state feeding them a story Listen to me not the story You get it And because they know they're not serious journalists who won't vet the story they're being told they know they can feed them a story rather than the story That's why they go to them Because they're not going to ask questions Now I did this segment about four or 5 weeks ago And I told you one of those people is any story you see by devil and Barrett Who is a notorious deep state hack Was a major player in purveying the whole collusion hoax whenever you see a story behind immediately discounted as being probably 95% false Someone in the deep state is telling him a story What happens with this Washington Post story today Who's the author Sure is Devlin Barrett Here we go buddy They know he won't vet the story They know they can tell him a story not the story Now if you found out that what they found was a letter from Kim Jong Kim Jong-un written to Donald Trump about their nuclear negotiations you may not like it but you probably have a far different opinion of what happened rather than the devil and Barrett Carol leonnig joined him on the byline and other terrible reporter by the way Tara awful report She's not She also does want to sell books about the Secret Service That's her only goal in life right If they told you the truth about what this likely was and even dug in a little bit with the anonymous source and said we're not going to run that unless you tell us what it is They don't do that because they want you believing that it's not this Kim Jong-un letter They want you believing it's seriously the location of Israel's ICBM missile
WaPo: Trump Conduct, Conversations Part of DOJ Investigation
"The Washington compost a story breaking right now by Carol leonnig Devlin Barrett Josh dawsey and Spencer shoe That's four reporters Justice Department investigating Trump's actions in January 6th criminal probe People familiar with the probes that investigators are examining the former president's conversations and of seized phone records of top aides The Justice Department is investigating president Donald Trump's actions as part of its criminal probe of efforts to overturn the 2020 election results according to four people familiar with the matter To overturn the results you see Prosecutors who are questioning witnesses before a grand jury so this thing is now moved from Congress and politics and the constitution into criminalization exactly what I told you They were doing And I could give you other examples in the history not just Jefferson but others but you see how disastrous this is
Modern Music Doesn't Have the Soul of the Music From AJ's Youth
"People like adulthood to Michael Murphy make you whole again. I don't care if we can tell me. You can take Teddy Pendergrass, you can wrap them up and lose evangelists, put a sprinkle of Al Green on top of that, but nothing matches that they'll find singing, love won't make me wait. Come on. Major Harris, man. Was 1975, and I always sat in front of the TV Saturday mornings and watched soul train. You guys know this. I'm a white kid with a lily white, we called it white ice slip instead of west I said, it was white, it was black kids. There was one black kid who was half black named Ralphie Rivera, and he was adopted. That's it. I want you soul train. And my father would tell me, I'll put that shit on TV. Put on American manstein. And I lately left him on sultry. So I grew up with the sounds of the finest to stylistics the temptations that Tavares, the brothers Johnson, strawberry letter 23, are you kidding me? Carol Melvin and the blue notes, I learned to love rock and roll, but my heart and my ears began to just understand that R&B especially that beautiful soul music we heard on soul train was what really moved me. So go ahead. The next couple of nights, go to YouTube, hit some soul train episodes, go back in time, that's what it felt like to be me as a teenager and hear that music. We didn't hear about wet ass pussy. We didn't hear about shooting people and killing cops and stacking bricks. Now the new term is a ticket. A ticket means a million bucks. I got me a ticket. Shut the fuck up. All this nonsense about gangs and bitches and whores and murdered guns and money, we heard about love and heartbreak and getting the woman you love back to you. That was of the utmost importance. I don't fucking tell me that this kid's music today is just as good or better than ours because it wasn't. Our music, especially the soul music, had a much more beautiful meaning.
Maybe 'Tolerance' Isn't All It's Cracked Up to Be
"What's interesting is that we have been told that tolerance is this amazing virtue. Now you shouldn't tolerate things that are untrue that are bad for children. That are bad for your country. That are immoral or evil. You shouldn't. And the greatest generation knew that, they had no tolerance for that nonsense. We've been told that tolerance is what makes us strong. Actually, it doesn't. Tolerance of the wrong thing can destroy you. Sandy writes us no, I'm not proud of America right now. In fact, I'm embarrassed to fray worried and disappointed all the politicians who let this decline socially and economically. We need a maga great reset quickly. Carol, I'm discussing what's being done to a great America, our great America. Man, that's why I agree. The immoral citizens government, let me just stop. This is what makes me so angry. Is how much I love the country and how hard this is to see. And don't get me wrong, I'm going to sell celebrate July 4th largely celebrating the founding fathers in the sacrifices of generations prior. I'm not going to celebrate much that's happening right now. Well, we got fat, happy apathetic, lazy, not all of us. I know many of you worked hard and many of you do amazing stuff and you worked for the reversal of roe. We're going to talk that in a second. That's a great victory in the midst of all this, but that's a lagging indicator, not a current or a leading indicator. But it's because we love the country so much. I think that we're so irritated.
How Social Media Censors Conservative Thought
"And right before the break, Carol, we were talking about it and you were explaining what we should do about censorship and how that all works within the scope of the government, partnering with social media. We talked about the cloud service and how they've knocked off parlor. But I'll let you finish your thought on social media censorship. So go ahead and take it away. Yeah, I think this is something where, you know, conservatives have been on the defensive here. You know, people will say, oh, it's all in your head. It's not really happening, but we actually have the data to show that this is happening and it's happening at a grand scale. So the media research center found that Twitter and Facebook sensor Republican members of Congress at a rate of 53 to one compared to Democrat members of Congress. You have a recent study coming out of NC state that says Google sends two thirds of conservative or Republican candidates, political messages to your spam compared to Democrats. So, you know, these are just two instances, and I can go on and on and on, you know, the Hunter Biden laptop story, the Wuhan lab leak, that was censored, so there's so many, not just anecdotal instances, but now we're actually able to say that this matters when it comes to the data. We can put ratios to this stuff, Google, search visibility for breitbart shrank, 99% from 2016 election year to the 2020 election year. Facebook created two internal tools that suppress very conservative media on its platform, the list goes on and on and on. So when people say this is all in conservative heads, that thought in and of itself is all in their head.
Karol Markowicz on the Success of Governor Ron DeSantis
"With us right now, Carol markowitz, welcome back to the program. Hi, thanks so much for having me. So you moved to Florida because Iran desantis largely, right? Largely because Iran desantis leadership, yeah. So I want to talk about desantis. I was kind of talking about this with Libby from the post millennial. How much of desantis success do you think is the policies versus his ability to present them? I think it's both. I think it's the fact that he comes up with really innovative policies and stands behind them in a way that I don't think we see very often from Republican politicians. He doesn't fold at the first sign of criticism or when he gets any pushback. And so I think that we're just not used to seeing that, especially from a governor. I think that we saw some of that with Trump, but what desantis is doing is very different because just governing in that way is a different animal than just talking like
Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee kicks off with pomp
"Thousands of spectators have enjoyed jubilee festivities in the sunshine as Britain's Queen Elizabeth II marked 70 years on the throne People wrapped head to toe in union Jack flags walked alongside parents holding their children's hands who were hopeful to see the queen sitting by Big Ben one spectator Carol Cooper dressed in a straw hat covered with pictures of the monarch told the AP she was surprised at how many people turned up Everywhere is very very busy very very packed This is the nearest we can get Mother of two kirstie trinette wanted to share the day with her kids 'cause it's once in a lifetime kind of moment On the Westminster bridge sandwiched between the London Eye and houses of parliament many clapped in pleasure at the impressive airshow on display NHS worker Graham Murphy brought his family to watch the fly pass from the riverbank Because of the end of lockdown it's nice to celebrate something and to get out and enjoy life And have a good time Karen Chammas London
With Roe in doubt, states weigh letting nurses do abortions
"They're preparing for an influx of out of state patients like many abortion clinics around the country worried about what will happen with the Supreme Court expected to overturn roe versus wade There are significant efforts happening now to ensure that we are expanding access as much as possible taking down barriers to care But national right to life committees Carol Tobias says it's wrong for states to change abortion provider requirements By saying we're going to let others who do not have that same degree of medical expertise perform these procedures Again is putting women in danger I'm Julie Walker
"carol" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Get a few hours sleep and don't worry. And he's equally exciting and reassuring at the same time. So he can kind of get you to do anything. And I would say that's kind of been the nature of our relationship. Since then, which I think is why, in a way, we still work together. We hang out together. I think this sense of having fun while we do whatever it is we're doing. Makes it always interesting. How chic were those pajamas? Oh, they were LL being black watch plaid, the navy. I know exactly what I was wearing. When you were both in school. Oh wait, before I go in, I want to actually, let's go back. Umberto, did you have that sense when you met Carol? She's my girl. You know, it's funny because when I meet new people, I end up kind of falling in love with people and I really kind of treat my relationships that way and I really give it my all. So I feel like I was excited to meet her and if I'm really comfortable with people, people get to see this really ridiculous side of me. So I feel like Carol definitely immediately saw this like crazy energetic side of me. I think that was the beginning of just our friendship. And my trust in her and allowing me to be me in that moment. The crowd you hung out with was described by journalist sushin pack as the following. Carolyn umberto hung out with this ripped stocking, heavy eye lined chain smoking, badass crew. I remember seeing the most days as I walked on campus standing around looking bad assy, even then they had their own sense of style northern Cali goth chic, a little Morrissey meets sunshine prep. So what is that aesthetic actually look like? It's so funny. It's hearing all this comeback. It's so funny. I mean, I will not deny that we took getting dressed and going to school really serious. And I will say that we all did hang around with a click that really cared about what vintage clothing we were wearing. And I think we were just we were all shopping at the Salvation army, so it wasn't like we were like spending a ton of money, maybe going to the outlets was like our biggest splurge, but it wasn't shocking to see Carol and I in full faux fur coats with black boots and chain smoking on the steps of sprawl. And we just hung out with everyone who did this. So we looked like a big group of people that ranged from 20 to 40 people and you would see John Cho the actor with us and you would see just all these kind of people that were really into dressing up to go to college. Leon, you graduated with a degree in art practice and American studies, Carol. You have a degree in economics. You began your career as an investment banker. In San Francisco, why? Well, actually, I started as a consultant during the days when management consulting was very big, so my first job was at Deloitte consulting in San Francisco. You know, they offered a very good analyst program where I thought that was what I should do. I studied economics, you know, I wanted to get a good job and it allowed travel. And so I learned a lot of, I would say, fundamental skills, office politics, I wore suits to my first job and pantyhose. I wore funky suits, you know, and I would go shopping. I'm like, I need something funky to wear. I don't want to just wear a normal and Taylor suit. And so everyone would always comment on they're like, wow, you have such an interesting style. And I would say that those were my path shaped, I think, where I ended up career wise, so I don't have any regrets and I enjoyed my time. I did consulting and then I did investment banking before I moved to New York. So it was a bit of an interesting beginning, but I think all skills that were helpful. Power exec. That's the sort of vision I get viewing your seats with your sort of blunt haircut and looking fierce. Leon, after graduation, you went back to the gap, you were still working there, and old navy, you worked on a designing interiors, then you were hired by burberry to run visual merchandising in New York. Carol, you followed umberto to New York and decided to try your hand in the fashion business as well. You applied for a position at ferragamo, where you were offered a job as an intern coming from the investment consulting field that must have felt like a real slap in the face. You turned it down and you got a job at bally in planning and merchandising. So talk a little bit about that transition. How did your parents feel about you going from investment banking and consulting to planning and merchandising in the fashion business? I think I sold them on the idea that I was going to take a year off, move to New York, study for the gmat, because the track that I was on, you know, would send me to business school. They didn't know my struggles and trying to find a job because yes, everyone's like mergers and acquisitions. They're like, we don't know what that is, but yes, you can be an intern. In fashion, you have to start from the bottom and work your way up. And I thought, how is this going to work if I'm going to try to live in New York and support myself? It didn't seem possible until the right opportunity found itself. And luckily, that opportunity was a block away from where I'm Bertha was working. And so it allowed us to at least call each other and meet and we would go talk about where we're going to have lunch, you know, that was the exciting thing. Where are we going to eat? And we would find all the Asian restaurants in midtown. It was great because here we were now back in the same city and seeing each other every day and going out every night. In April of 2000 you went on a vacation to Hong Kong together. And I believe at the time you went to shop, meet designers, eat, get massages, instead you had an epiphany that changed the trajectories of your lives. And I was wondering if you can talk a little bit about how the idea for your business first came to fruition. Yeah, Carolyn and I had worked these corporate jobs and. We really just kind of been really good employees never took a vacation. And so we were like, we deserve a vacation. And so we decided we're going to go visit our college friend who introduced us and Bill young, who is now living in Hong Kong as a journalist. And we said, we're going to come visit and I had been to Hong Kong a bunch, so I was like, Carol, I'm going to show you my version of Hong Kong and it's like shopping, eating massaging, like all the stuff that we love. And so when we went out there, we ended up meeting all these great young designers and all these cool people who are starting a magazine and just somebody making a bag or just all these great people. And we were buying it up. I mean, Karen, I was shopping. There was no tomorrow. And in that moment,.
"carol" Discussed on Bookworm
"And his business sense kicked in. And he had this idea in his speech to the Library of Congress in 1978. He talked about what it might be to have a slightly subsidized and yet working relationship among publishers to get books of poetry out there to the public. I was an absolutely marvelous idea. A very simple, that each publisher who worked with this idea would volunteer to some degree, but also be subsidized by funding. And the funding would come from various sources mostly private. Dan also decided that there would be poet judges. James Michener came along and read the transcript from the Library of Congress of Dan's speech and said, what a marvelous idea, he happens to have been, I guess, a great fan of poetry for many years. And so he kicked in the initial money to start the NPS as we call it national poetry series. Well, at this point, there are approximately 15 funders of the national poetry series among them. I'm proud to say is the wonderful foundation that funds bookworm and Carol musty dukes was the judge of it this year and she chose Teresa K Miller and her book borderline fortune which is now available from penguin in bookstores. I want to say about Theresa K Miller, that this is the 8th time she'd applied for the award. It has been four manuscripts which have gone into the application. This one, the most recent one is called borderline fortune, and finally, after how many years is it Theresa? 14. After all of these years Theresa is one of the 5 winners of the award I had not been familiar with her work before she published only one full length book before that it was a book called sped. What did it feel like to learn after 14 years that you'd won the award and how did you learn that? Well, it felt completely surreal and I would like to just start by saying thank you so much for having me on and with Carol. It's just such an honor and Carol messy duke's literally has changed my life. And that's something that I'm gonna be grateful for for the rest of my life. But yeah, I had submitted four manuscripts over the years two others were finalists and actually 6 days before I found out that this one was a finalist. I had been crying to my partner about how I didn't think my writing was going to go anywhere and maybe I should just stop. And then I got an email saying it was a finalist. And I thought, okay, a little nudge for the universe will postpone that big decision. And then, you know, and this was all during COVID. So I was setting outside having cocktails for my birthday and my backyard and I saw a phone number from LA and I thought, I don't know anybody in LA, and I sent it to voicemail. And thankfully, Carol's a night owl because she left me a message saying, you know, I'll be awake for a while..
"carol" Discussed on Zo Routh Leadership Podcast
"People dynamics get tips and insights from multiple award winning author and leadership expert herself. Zoe routh now on with the shard. Hi zoe. welcome back to the show. Oh my goodness what an interview. This author her name is carol sanford.
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"That's what you always said. You wanted it to have the immediacy of theater. there's no stopping and starting no no right Yeah and i think that's why all it felt exciting. It live and it felt dangerous. Yeah dangerous yeah Wow in that the reunion show was so great it was so i mean just to see everybody again. You know but in a little sad but people that you've lost talking about harvey that And god daddy. Now i know it's Oh i nev- we had to redo that voice over right because we taped a unfinished to him a month before he say no. You're watching from hawaii mahalo and all of that rather than we had to re tape right. Yeah carol i what have i missed joni. I don't everything. I don't okay. You're so bad at this. I don't know what i'm so. Sorry mom no i've literally. Oh we didn't tell you the story that so because of jody's kindness right. I got to meet you the first time. And then you call my show. But i've never gotten to sit down and interview my lifetime. Idle and here owning a start crying again but so literally. This is my life because my life is very curb your enthusiasm we got a. I got a memo from the neighborhood. But they're like the tree trimming is finally happening. There will be was supposed to be the day we were taping with you there will be you know chainsaws and would chippers and whatever and i literally like. I'm like i waited my whole life interview. Carol burnett please don't because we were we were we were doing it with the sound effects would have been like right so i would think i'm so caroline.
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Just do you know if you were dirty and classless and worked in your basement. Actually like carol burnett my mom my ninety five year old trump boating republican mom. My whole life has been like a steffi. Do you have to work so blue. More trouble and such a fucking dick. I wouldn't have to say. That's not say carol stephanie. Louis miller. let's. I've heard that word her. Just now i remember. I mean you're such a i mean it's so amazing to be so famous for obviously that show and comedy but i remember friendly fire and you were so amazing and you know i i mean your range i just i still. I still hope you get to do more dramatic work. I hope we get to do more everything because it just. I would love to do something on netflix or hbo or something like that. Yeah a serious thing. yeah. I'm into all the cable stuff. I love breaking bad house. How car into better call saul. Wow whoo. that's good oranges new black jack. All now you're a little saucy coburn. We'll edgy little edgy. And your private. And i'd like say. My new best friend is vince gilligan. Who wrote breaking bed there you go. Wow i'd love yeah we let's have you come play a meth dealer of potty mouth meth dealer. That sure why not. Yeah Right up my alley. You know as i know this is a. It's a tough subject to segue into. But i was thinking about pending a mom who lost a child on friendly fire and then obviously you know we waited till the end to talk about kerry. because i know that it was Such a i remember at the time you were doing a brought What is it. What was the adaption of the. It was a arms. What's the brollywood arm. Yes hollywood arms. Which i went to see which was wonderful and i believe i left you a love letter backstage but It was obviously based on the book. You win carry it written or so you. You were sorta soulmates. In more than i mean creatively wrote together We perform together. Yeah yeah i mean. And that i. I'm sure had to be the tough one of the toughest things that you've ever. Yeah obviously but i mean that's it's not supposed to be that way. Yeah but I when when the last time she was admitted to the hospital she did have a great sense of humor. Well of you. My sweet. I was there i came in. You know that she'd been edited. It was late. And she's kinda sleeping. And i was just sitting by her bed. She opened her eyes. And i made this feeble joke. I said oh yeah you felt. You had to come back to the hospital on without missing a beat. She said i missed the food. Surprise one of your daughters be funny. Yeah but i mean but what a beautiful so no wait is there. We talk about carrying me..
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Yes what we're gonna use your wife's name in a sketch. Don't tell her it's a surprise. He said oh mike. How wonderful man. So now we do the show and they come to the dressing room after. She's all over me. Thank you so much. There's idiot comes in the you know hotels and he's just standing there with a gun is all just right and i just winked. Dad you know it worked. Of course don't give. He's like skittles mr addressing. That's great yeah. I began the story. I had my did my lateness showing ninety five. I was the halloween show when everybody was dressed up in the audience. And the re people dressed like amish people in the front and i made some just quick joke about your buggies over park double-parked or something and they stopped taping. They never stopped live to tape. They don't stop. stop stephanie. We have a technical difficulty. All disney executives run back and they go. We've redo that. we're afraid we're going to offend the amish. What like they don't have televisions or electricity. You and the i guess was kinky friedman and they said how'd you get that name and he goes. What originally was kinky big. Dick friedman stop the show. We go to commercial. Break one like my camera. Guys on the headset goes well. I guess big. Dick doesn't offend the amish. This is how it ended up in my basement. Carol there's no neck. I remember you actually. I was thinking of myself because you talked about your of the era where you love the whole mickey rooney right. This is what this is. I've got a basement was shown exactly jodi has we went to what bill maher together and that was the first time i realized that i was on your mom's ten i was like oh because they have right the things up and i was like oh this is stage in town. That is still is great states. Because it's not like those tears. You know that you go right. Go to when you see a taping where you know the bleachers right. I call it the lions versus the christians. Because they're looking down at you. Cameras are in the way but not at that stage right. Yes all right. I'm speaking network notes bribery. Today they go like. You can't break up during the sketch that's very unprofessional. Will need to start over right. This is the thing that was everybody's favorite and yet you've made the point that it didn't happen as much as people think it's just stands out you know. People think we did it all the time. But it was mainly Conway right that would do it. Because he he would Do the first show to the ink in front of the audience..
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"You're the artists. Yeah i'm the businessman. And if i were you i would have to slowly taken my mark twain award out and use it as a paper. I think shelley winters roster. Yes somebody said what. What's your experience your experiences. She pulled out her oscar and said this is my experience. She said that she said you. I did she have to oscars this one. And this is the yeah. I can't remember what ridiculous show. It was doing. But i am. My favorite network note is they came to my head writer in me and they said Do you have to make fun of things. You have to work so blue stephanie. Well yeah. I mean it's comedy we have to have targets. I did have oh there was one time but it wasn't with my show was when i was doing a special and the special was with lucy and zero still. It was called. Carol plus two right and i was doing a sketch zero mostel which is a tenth avenue. Couple that just tested each other. I mean we all we we made. Jackie gleason the honeymooners looked like the kennedys mean. We were just so ugly and yelling at each other and their tenth anniversary so then a phone call comes in. They find out that they weren't legally married for ten years. And now all of a sudden they're turned on by you know and my name in it was florence and zero. Did a number with my laura coming after me. And i go giggly do now. That's dress were one of the minions thick skin the dog. What voice zero i was doing. I can't katherine hepburn or or henry kissinger. But i can do zero mostel. I can do linnet saying blair. It's mother that's it. Your mother's delight no carry something different. 'cause i couldn't say. She sucks so minion from abc because it was a anyway knocked on the door and he came. He said i'm so and so I represent american motors which was going to be our sponsor right and He works for the head of american motors and he said you. You have to change the name florence to something else i said. Excuse me and we're going to do an air show in about two hours. And he said that's the president of american motors. Wife's name either tell you now. Yeah that's and so you know. And they're coming to the show and That's really not i. I can't s zero must. We've been rehearsing this for two weeks to all of a sudden call me gloria or linda or he's making a three act plan and everything he said. Well i'm sorry but you He left an bob. Right was the associate producer. I said the bob yet. Me the president of american motors on the phone. What i just just find out how. I can talk to him now before they come to the show. He gets on the phone remember his name. I said mr jones. I said you're coming to the show tonight. Ot said yes. my wife. and i really look forward two. I said well. I got a surprise. You i said smart..
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"You know. That's a whole season and okay. Let's do it so and they had no faith right. Listen i didn't know you. Were you ever going to be picked up or run as long as we did right there was somebody in. Qa one time a city you're going to be on next year and you were like I think Do you know something. I don't know you're right. Yeah but that was. I mean it is interesting. I mean well we got pretty close to having our first female president but i mean it is interesting. Isn't it the whole metoo. Times up carol burnett. Everybody just made a face. When i said that which makes it feel like. She was not pleased with the outcome of the twenty six. Louise miller i will pull the plug on this thing that's our tribute to lucy But you know the whole metoo movement. How female this blue wave is looking. I mean isn't that interesting that you were just such a pioneer that just women. They just said women don't do this. Here's this sitcom you can't do and it. Just that's why. I mean you're you're such a. I don't think it occurred to you. The you couldn't write where no because that's what that was my training right with gary. You know then what was great too. We never had any labor pains With my show right because we got this fame head writer. We got director right. We got the choreographer even the lead dancer don crichton came out. You know they had the faith and it was terrific so so we just went right into that whole school schedule. Which was the way we. We'd we did gary show By the way Thank us for not carrying it. My dogs have been molesting. My dogs have almost broken. An american legend trip coming over the step down into your base. I did almost yeah. Yeah well lily. Tomlin did a pratfall on the happy hour and we assume we we've already on american have the lily tomlin message gotta play the. Oh all right. But i was just sitting here. You are An avid emba lover. You do have dogs now. I have a kitty kit or you. At the door of we had she's a bengal cat anti what. Oh bengal dogs. Oh wow because. I the first one i had mabel right. She thought she would take the phone off the hook when she's hungry and i would see the photo light up and then go and she'd be sitting by her bull. This is like room service. You're not talking to anyone like it. Yup this well. I don't think i'm embarrassed her yet. No this is funny. She's drinking like lily. Did all right. Stephanie it's.
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"This is early even for me. I i've said i'm not sure of my liver can withstand much longer of trump's presidency. Trump wanted sh listen by the time this drops. He's not even going to be president anymore. Hopefully so it's not like you're just talking about past presidents. We're dropping this next week. It was let me say this amen regular to your katherine hepburn for my mom because you did it for jane fonda. Yeah but okay okay. Yeah i'll have to hear it forming signing. Yeah up on the horse and ride try to different. Didn't play chelsea right. She didn't so marry my god. You birdie short. I will challenge. Let's get to hear that you should do a whole interviews. Catherine joe and mary tyler. I do every movie bruma gay retain all right thank you. It's absolutely horse if i'd be embarrassed. Huge left out of carol burnett. That should be like what you when you wake up and having some me at night. That's what you remember. Giants animal now and die in the last thing she heard was coburn. It's loud you want me to record it for. You can play it whenever you got. What have you so you've met like how many presidents i mean everyone since kennedy except carter. Okay i adore. Yeah i met mrs carter. I did not meet him. I met obama recently. He does mela cookies and freedom doesn't he. Oh we went to. Yeah we jody. In the oval office we fifteen minutes us more than that. I loved it. 'cause we were there for the mark twain and so we thought and gentleman cabinet it has also won the mark twain in addition to seventeen hundred and fifty emmys so we were told that we could meet him so we all gathered there. You know jody and erin and all of us my husband and selling and we were in the roosevelt roosevelt room. And there's a little hallway. And then there's a private door into the oval office so we said okay. Lineup happened suit. He opens the door. Yeah who obama does. Wow you know and took pictures and everything. And then we sat and talked and even sat on the oval office desk. Yes and it was the official photograph of the day. Yes the white house. I was so thrilled. He what a guy. Yeah it was really taken gentleman..
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"To have had that you know and to to be able to you know be such a good mom and raise such a wonderful kid and i know we're we're 'cause i started crying so we're not going to get to carry because we're all going to start but i mean just the fact that you're willing to have as huge a career as you did and still be able to be the mom that we did it as a school schedule yeah. I didn't go to work. Monday tuesday wednesday until ten o'clock in the morning. Yeah so you know. 'cause we'd have breakfast and everything would be home every night for dinner right at six. Except for thursdays and fridays because thursday night was orchestra and friday was when we did. Yeah the show and then they would be Come to the dress rehearsal on friday weekends. Off of course About a week every month we would take off. Yeah easter or we of course all summer at two weeks at christmas so it was many times i would be home before the kids even got out of school. Yeah yeah i mean you got to have. Jim nabors is your. He's yeah. I mean but what i i just you know. It's such a it's such a rich sort of You know just a history that you all have you know we. My dad ran for vice president and so we always talk about what a wonderful sort of legacy he left for us. So you know. I sort of relate to the having i mean. My dad wasn't famously you. But it's sort of heartbreaking and touching the few times that we've talked jody and you've said you know. Because of course i played wants everyone was is that like what was that like to grow up reno. The daughter carol burnett. And you're saying that early on your very sensitive to like other kids. Sometimes you invite them over to play and they'd be like mom going to be home and if i if you say we say no yes i did was like five six years old as you're going to be there now. She's not going to be there knowing full. Well you would be if they said well we're going to check with my mom or my dad. If they didn't want to come over then i got them anymore. I mean i'm playing the long game carol. I've been using her for twenty years. Now get to this moment torelli. You're selling your next week for you. Oh well yeah. I mean i got percents using her for that and then she has at some point yeah. She didn't see me communists at playing a long game still book you leave a stare off every week that she always loses when you walk down the stairs in. It's my big day. Yeah it's jody's been girl day when she goes. No you know and i will say that that you know people can be mean online these days like you didn't have that one back in the day right and i don't i don't know. Yeah you're not online. Yes you're smart. Yeah who needs it but you know jodi product. You're used to this because you're obviously same generation in terms of seeing mean stuff online. I mean i. We say get called the seaward more before six. Am the most people do all day. But i wanted to be caroline then. Donald trump became president. And i'm old mean my. He's made you still get carol burnett. Now i miss hannigan because i said the words. Donald trump is sort of signal. You'd like to give us carol..
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"The name donald trump just give me some kind of sign not like yours programmable like if you could pull your upper lip like over your head when i say the words donald trump. That's kind of like having a baby when you pull your explained that what you stick your lower lip out as far as you can and then pull it over. Oh is that what it's like. I hope you appreciate it missy. That's why didn't have any. She told me that i was to that. On that's fine. Wow guy friend of mine said it. Se- sounds it. Sounds like ping out a kitten. I'll call number one anyway. Where were we jodi. Told me a great story that she wanted to be a stuntwoman. You remember this. No when she was growing up at the joe heaney house in the front the front door. I've never the map of the stars stalking you and so i was working. I was home from school. And i was running from the front door to the those two steps that went down the hallway and i was just falling down the two steps and you came in from the kitchen. You were watching me. And i kept going back and forth and falling down and you doing and i said i wanna be a stuntwoman. You said we'll tuck enrolled year and then walked into the office. I love that. I love daughter of carol. Burnett going to know how to stage fall. I taught myself. Nobody ever taught me how to do. Stunt so i got a few bruises but i never did i love. The question was not. Do you need first aid dear. Should we maybe put down a mattress. It was enroll. Good advice name of your autobiographies just talking roles here. That's good advice for life when you said just tuck and roll deer. That reminds me of the story. We were talking about with john. Eustis in anne he he never would give a direction right. Bob altman didn't either. which was he just. We hire you to do what you do. So do it..
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"No but you enjoy told me this great story about you met jennifer aniston. At the height of you know rennes rate. You know fame and she was like me. I don't crying blubbering. Whatever people do when they meet you same and she walked away and you said to jodi. Oh she knows who i am. Well i was like of course she does. Well no not everybody does. I mean there's a woman that wouldn't well well maybe yeah But you know it's so interesting. Generations that lucy was your idol. And then of course became cassette. Yeah women comedy it was lucy it was carol. Yeah you know. And then like vicki lawrence felt that way about you and could barely speak when she met you and you know then lily tomlin of courses my other hero like i love her. The one name comedy legends. Right that yeah. I'll never forget. That was the other time. That was the first time. I was supposed to meet your mom. Member yes leeann lily. We're supposed to host an event at the gay and lesbian center. Right and joe by sister's husband passed away. I know. I know. I had to go be with her. But i just want you to know thank you for. I've lost twenty pounds in a day. I was sweating all day long. Because i was sitting lillian. Jane's table and i was going to meet you for the first time and then like right before they're like. Oh carol had to cancel and then went on. That was hilarious. So lily played your part and her part. Oh that's and it was hilarious. And she going into schicker. You like you backstage. And then she'd do a line and she'd be like well that'd be a lot. Funnier carol had said it. I doubt it i saw. It was good. I had a rehearsal. I had to run through but I you know we just. We wanted jodi to come not only because we love her so much. But i 'cause we are family family family of freely. Yeah that's from another family from the movie. Tarzan the ape man member johnny wise bill..
"carol" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"I i know you're used to this. You have this effect on people. You make a lot of people cry in a good way thank you. I hope. I hope they laugh. More than the cry culprits day. My house want jodi. You make because you're my guest host. You may need to take over a do this interview. Because i will say what i normally say to your mom which is how muhammad muhammad hundred bobbitt heard afterwards. Is your your outfight. His no. I got jody was nice enough. You remember you took me backstage tonight. Show right so that. I can meet you and i believe that's what i said. I said learn flying. So that was the extent of that conversation. And and then jake came in and went on the air carriers security and then that was and then started the other thing. Let's not talk now. Jody's my smarter for. I'm just going to tee off her. Carol burnett homework. Carol yes okay. It's okay stephanie. This i said this to you today. I was like. How do you do an interview with your mom. Everybody hasn't heard right the same stuff. And you've answered the same things and You have quite a lengthy wikipedia page. I spent a lot of time on it. It was me But we love and adore your daughter. So let's start there terrific. I love and adore her too bright. We'll see we have that in common that humanizes us so that i don't have a stroke. Okay no she. Okay jamie jamie. You're ruining my interview. That i waited my entire life. Okay sorry all right Okay so jodie is smarten pretty funny. We like a lot. She's like you know what i realized. Today she's like my vicki lawrence o. What yeah she is like..
"carol" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Ninety after winning an emmy in nineteen sixty one for her work on the gary moore show. Carol started looking to put together a show of her own in nineteen sixty seven. She launched another variety show on. Cbs called the carol burnett show. It was an immediate massive hit. Though american audiences started to grow weary of tv variety shows during the nineteen sixties. The carol burnett show was the exception to the rule. It ran from nineteen sixty seven to nineteen seventy eight and garner. Twenty three emmy awards. The carol burnett show featured everything for musical numbers and comedy sketches to guest stars into regular opening segment during which carol would do a hilarious. Qna session with the audience. The show was jam packed with talented comedic actors including harvey korman vicki lawrence. Lyle wagoner and tim conway. One of the shows. Most famous original sketches. The family was spun off into its own television. Show the beloved sitcom mama's family starring vicki lawrence. The carol burnett show's popularity endured a two thousand one retrospective about the show. Drew in a whopping thirty million viewers. Carol was a household name. Carol also pursued a career on the silver screen and it was in a number of movies in the nineteen sixties and seventies like. Who's been sleeping in my bed. The four seasons and of course the movie musical. Classic anne in which carol gave a tour to force performance as the drunken orphanage. Proprietors miss hannigan. I'm here to inquire about an organ. Grace i can explain the whole thing. See what what happened was child. Actually mr bundle tell in more recent years. Carol has returned to the small screen working on numerous tv shows including magnum. Pi desperate housewives. mad about you and lee. she continues to perform on broadway from time to time including a starring role in the nineteen ninety five to nineteen ninety-six production of moon over buffalo crew. Which she was nominated for a second tony award in two thousand thirteen. Carol received the kennedy center's highly esteemed mark twain prize for american humor all month. We're talking about leading ladies for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our encyclopaedia romantic newsletter. Romantic weekly you can follow us on facebook and instagram at encyclopedia manica. And you can find me on. Twitter at jenny kaplan special. Thanks to liz. Caplan my favorite sister and co-creator as always. We'll be taking a break for the weekend. Talk to you on monday..
"carol" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"They have no social net. I have to open the government through or in jail. Everyone rallied behind her eventually. They had two springer. She ended up running for the senate and almost winning. She became a folk hero. And i think that was the moment where we saw. The public is behind the small business owner not the government absolutely and we talk about the belly luther case and the book and to be clear she did comply for several weeks. She she was like okay. You know i'm gonna give you your fifteen days to flat curve. I'm gonna give you a little bit more but when four weeks is going into five. It's like you're not compensating me. And you're expecting me to sit on the sidelines. While these big companies are are able to have free rein. I'm not going to do that. And she is like you said one of those heroes. Unfortunately we didn't have enough of those people who were able to fight back and we saw other folks who find We talked about attila's jim and New jersey and the book. And i they racked up seven figures worth of fines because they wanted to open their business while carol roth is our guest. We'll talk more with her about her book. The war on small business coming up. Carol roth is our guest. The book is the war on small business. Carol last week or the week before i spoke to jack phillips who's written a book about his experience the owner of the masterpiece cake shop little bit of a different set of circumstances the two individuals who come in and they sue him because he won't make a wedding cake he will make them any other kind of cake. He also doesn't make halloween cakes or cupcakes for satanists or anything else. But i see this as part of a bigger pattern that that transcends covid or gays or anything else i see this as a trend where the left says small business owners are eighty percent or more likely to vote republican. We know this to be true. The demographic data shows it people who own small businesses are politically independent. They're they're not dependent on the government they don't want heavy regulation and government control and safety nets. They want to be left alone. They have libertarian. Streaks and that is very dangerous to leftist thought..
"carol" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"I would say the first thing is to start looking at the external environment and then understand who their competitors are and do that self assessment so that they can now turn to each of those pillars and my little secret software for the pillars and. This is easy to do. Take you to those pillars. And i ask yourself or your team. How would we fail in this pillar and that really strips the rose colored glasses and you start listing. How you could fail and keep going until you can't think of anything more and then you can turn that around and say for each failure point. Here's what we're going to do in the next two to three years and believe it or not those become the basis for your for your strategic goals so you. It's kind of a little trick to to rip the band aid off to take a look at the failure point and then overcome those through a strategic goal. That can be furthered word. Smith after you know a period of time i mean. That's the way to get started. When did you decide or discover that this was your. This is your gift. You know it's interesting. You probably and i don't know all of your background but you probably as as your as your as your doctor status would share you. You have your well educated. You probably have been in corporate america for a while before doing your own thing. What made you You know change kind of pivot gears in and change to to teaching this as opposed to doing this well. It's come from a process of refining different techniques. And i don't templates is in this. This is why the title says the vital customized strategic plan. So i every single organization has its own dynamics for example a municipality might have meetings that stretch over a few months because you've got to have public meetings invite the public end but in a small company you might only have a a day or two route to rally your troops and so i've come with this practices that have worked in both large medium sized and small organizations and scale it. I scale it appropriately but the key is it needs to be Thorough it can't be just a quick here. We're going to have ten minutes to think about this. We do have to have the appropriate time. But i make fun. I make it relevant to that business. And that's the great thing about this model. The three step framework really is thorough. But it really helps them organization to get it done and get it done within limited amounts of time so again the book is called strategic impact the leader three step framework for the customized dole strategic. Plan both on kindle and paperback edition. It'll be linked right there in the show so that you can grab your copy or we will put a a A link to carol's email as well because she so graciously offered to send you You're gonna have to buy. He's not going to give it to you..