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‘Hear Us Out’: Philadelphia Gym Owners Joining Forces To Push Back Against Latest Shutdown
"Billy Gyms are closed for the second time this year because of the city's coronavirus restrictions. And now gym owners are getting together to ask the city for help. K Y W. Carol Mackenzie spoke to NBC tens. Miguel Martinez via who joined us this morning to tell us what gym owners what they're asking for the gym owners. They're basically asking for a seat at the table. I mean, as we know they On through one shut down, and they've invested a lot of money since opening back up in safety, So they're arguing they should be deemed essential businesses and stay open because of how important they are to people's physical and mental health as well. So what about restaurants here? They you know, they're not allowed to do indoor dining. That's right. Yes, so restaurants. Actually they started their own restaurant coalition on so they're petitioning the city as well. They're actually meeting with city officials on Tuesday, and that's basically what these gym owners are asking for themselves. They want to be able to have that communication to show the city. Some of the research that they've been doing because they've been gathering data since they opened some of these indoor spaces. They are actually have a 30 member Coalition of Fitness coalition. And there's circulating this petition to try to get the city to see it their way to deem them essential and to really take a look at the numbers that they have been gathering about whether there is any transmissions inside of the gym's Group is planning an outdoor work out and protest across from City Hall tomorrow morning.
Man slashed in face during ‘unprovoked’ attack on New York subway platform
"Slashed slashed in in the the face face as as he he waited waited for for a a subway subway train train in in Brooklyn. Brooklyn. Here's Here's our our Carol Carol D'Auria D'Auria with with the details. It was the latest unprovoked attack on a person on a subway platform. NYPD says the 26 year old man was standing on the A and C platform at the High Street station when he was attacked for some unknown reason. A man in his thirties, slashed him in the forehead with a box cutter and then simply ran away. Police say the victim was taken to Methodist Hospital for his injury Transit district 30 police officers trying to find the slasher. It
Volunteers Give Out Thousands Of Free Turkeys For Thanksgiving in New York
"Families struggling to make ends meet. Charities and celebrities have been pitching in this weekend to make sure those in need get to eat Turkey on Thanksgiving, the the place place to to be be at at the the Tompkins Tompkins houses houses without without the the handball handball court. court. They They were were handing handing out out free free turkeys turkeys for for Thanksgiving Thanksgiving and and a a box box with with all all the the fixings. fixings. What What made made it it even even more special was the comedian Tracy Morgan was there. He grew up in the Tompkins houses. So his childhood friend Clayton Davis said Coming back to hand out turkeys was important to the star. You know, he jokes and house one and everything else. But he's also the type of person that likes to give back to the community even more since its accident and resident Iris Garcia was impressed and grateful. That's awesome. awesome. Maybe Maybe awesome. awesome. God God bless bless him him and and his his family. family. Don't Don't go go for for community. community. Morgan Morgan was was critically critically injured injured back back in in 2016. 2016. When When the the limo limo he he was was in in was was rear rear ended ended on the New Jersey Turnpike. Another person was killed. Organism best known for his work on Saturday Night Live Live and and 30 30 Rock. Rock. Carol Carol D'Auria D'Auria 10 10 10 10 wins wins in in Brooklyn. Brooklyn. Now Now this this message message Geico Geico 15 15
Retailers get creative to reinvent holiday shopping amid COVID-19 pandemic
"Of Retailer says virtual shopping is exploding 60% of consumer say that they're going to do their holiday shopping online. That's a huge statistic when you look at last year, 12 to 14% Lambert says hard core shoppers will still show up on black Friday. Carol Kaufman Scarborough, professor of marketing in the school of business at Rutgers, Camden University, says retailers who are limiting numbers inside to have something for shoppers to do outside. You had some distracters around the parking lot, Perhaps Employees could lead a group over to whatever it is a demo or a taste test, he says. Regardless, retailers are still expecting cash writers to be ringing all the way through giving Tuesday and beyond, Kim
Carol Burnett puts variety, and music, back in her show
"Put the variety back in her show. Many know the Carol Burnett Show on Leah's a half hour sketch Syriza through decades of chopped down reruns. But in its first life from 1967 to 1978, it was an hour long variety show that featured music stars like Ray Charles and Bing Crosby, with Burnett herself, usually leading a theatrical musical finale. Now 65 episodes have been restored and expanded and are streaming on services, including to be and the Roco Channel case.
Its about to get even harder for renters
"We begin today with a pair of stories about two key parts of this economy. The first one's a quickie because it's something. We have covered every single week. Since march the number of people filing new claims for unemployment benefits seven hundred and forty. Two thousand was the number that came out this morning. That is people who've lost their jobs in the week ended saturday seven hundred and forty two thousand of big as that is it is lower than it has been overall. That is true but it's a week over week increase in that number for the first time in a month in other words. It's going the wrong way story. Number two is housing which just keeps chugging along pandemic well pandemic be darned. How about that. Because it's a family radio show. Sales of existing homes last month hit their highest level in fifteen years. That's according to the national association of realtors and yes prices were up again to more equity for those lucky enough to own now but meanwhile a report out today from harvard tells a different story about a different part of the housing market renters. Especially those with the lowest incomes. Marketplace's amy scott covers housing for us one in five renters. Earning less than twenty five thousand dollars. A year are behind on rent and chris. Herbert with harvard's joint center for housing studies says the racial and ethnic disparities are stark. While fifteen percent of white renters at that income level or behind twenty five percent of black and hispanic renters are behind and this reflects the fact that black and hispanic workers are more likely to be the sectors of the economy that have had a shutdown from the pandemic and so have lost wages meanwhile to policies that have helped renters stay in their homes. A national moratorium on evictions and extended unemployment benefits are set to expire next month so january. It could be a very difficult month for millions of renters and evictions haven't completely stopped. Carol ott with the fair housing action center of maryland says it's up to individual judges. We are seeing people being evicted through the courts. We're also seeing illegal evictions where the landlord will go and change. The locks on attendant widespread evictions could increase demand for homeless shelters. Emergency rooms and child welfare. Services says dan three a research analyst with the national low income housing coalition and the public costs to health and social services systems could range between sixty two and one hundred and twenty nine billion dollars. He says the solution is direct payments to help tenants cash up on billions of dollars in background. I'm amy scott for
U.S. coronavirus death toll passes 250,000
"The country. Pennsylvania just recorded its highest number of new cases and the U. S death toll has reached a very tragic milestone here. Kay would have used Jimenez. Joining us live this morning with more on this good morning to him. Good morning, Carol. Yeah, there have been 250,000 coronavirus related deaths in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins University That is 18.5% of the of the deaths around the world related to Cove. It Locally, Pennsylvania just hit its record high 6339 new confirmed cases to put in perspective of how bad it has gotten a month ago there around 1200 new cases daily hospitalizations way up close to 3000 and state. Go back a month ago again. It was in the 800. So that's a huge difference. Health officials, of course, very concerned about community spread to people who have the virus but don't have any symptoms passing, passing it along to others. Yes, the vast majority of people who get the virus don't get seriously sick. But there are cases of seemingly healthy people getting very ill or, unfortunately, much worse. So Carol, Health officials are emphasizing mask wearing distancing,
US to drop drug charges against Mexico’s former defense chief
"Former mexico defense minister returned to mexico last night after. Us drug charges against him. Dropped as npr's carrie kahn reports. It's unclear whether the retired general will be prosecuted on charges pending against him in mexico. Us district judge. Carol bagley granted the request effectively dropping. All charges against salvador's goes the judge. Bagley said she didn't doubt the. Us government's reasoning for the request. Which had come from the top level. The us attorney. General william bar in requesting the dismissal bar said important foreign policy considerations outweighed the government's prosecution interests see infla- goes arrest last month's strained. Us mexico relations. He was charged with conspiring with a cartel to distribute drugs in the us. Mexico warned the arrest damaged future joint enforcement. Former general's fate is in mexico. The foreign minister here said cnn foibles is returning as a free
If I Could Bottle Up One Gift For You: On Self-Compassion by Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui
"If i could bottle up one gift for you on self compassion by krista o'reilly davey of life in progress dot ca the best way to ditch self-doubt and walk in confidence. Is the practice self compassion. Self compassion is fundamental to living with purpose health and joy and for sustainable in meaningful growth. Self compassion is also a key tool and learning to quiet. The noise of comparison perfectionism in fear. Let me tell you how. According to kristin neff associate professor in the university of texas at austin department of educational psychology and creator of the self compassion scales widely used in research. Self compassion involves treating oneself with kindness and understanding when facing suffering self kindness seeing ones failures as part of the human condition than feeling isolated common humanity and having a balanced awareness of painful thoughts and emotions. Mindfulness sounds amazing. Right self compassionate self esteem are not the same thing when compared in research self compassion predicted more stable feelings of self worth then self esteem and was less attached to specific outcomes. This is what i mean. When i say i hold things loosely or say open up to joyful possibility self compassion was also linked to less social comparison public self consciousness. Self rumination in anger talk about freedom. We can absolutely be compassionate toward others even when lacking in self compassion. The research bears this out. However i am convinced that to show up fully to life including choosing to receive the fullness of gifts and beauty that life has to offer including the opportunities to stretch and grow and thrive even in the midst of challenges. Self compassion is a must self compassion leads to less self judgment in lower depressive symptoms increases resilience and a sense of capacity and because as a direct and immediate positive on our psycho physiological experience of stress alpha emily's activity heart rate variability and interleukin six response and also leads to improve health behaviors and overall physical health reduction in perceived stress means that people respond to their personal failures struggles in difficult circumstances with kind forgiving attitude. I suspect is also tied to a more hopeful attitude because self compassion also makes way for a growth mindset carol dewick as college professor at stanford university teaches about growth mindset which is tied to neuro plasticity in the understanding that abilities and intelligence can be developed having a growth mindset boost resilience positive emotions and a person's capacity bounce back quickly from struggle failure or loss self compassion and a growth mindset are required for us to become the fullest healthiest versions of ourselves self-improvement. I prefer becoming requires a realistic assessment of who and how we are of both our strengths and limitations. We must get honest about who we are where we are are stories and struggles and our gifting to i. We need to see until the truth about who we are. Then we can take positive action to move closer to who and how we choose to be yet another benefit of practicing self compassion and of a growth mindset is that it helps us live with courage. We become less afraid of failure. We know that failure is normal. Were able to work toward meaningful goals without attaching our worthiness to the outcome. We are less worried about judgment from self or others and his opens the way for us to try experiment. Risk be honest. Do hard things. And so on bernard brown professor at the university of houston and researcher. On the topics of courage vulnerability shame speak to the ordinary courage. A speaking from our hearts and living wholeheartedly. She teaches at courage as a requirement for a living. Our best lives because to do so requires greed wilner ability and even risk. We will get hurt. We will face rejection or challenges and without self compassion. We are unlikely to choose this path. Self compassion also allows us to see differently. It helps us see ourselves as messy and complex rather than broken or in progress as opposed to bad or a failure. It makes room for joyful possibility and all or something instead of an all or nothing perspective. Self compassion is essential for learning to embrace our imperfection or common humanity. Even having a sense of humor about it for making peace with a messiness of life and picking up joy anyway why does walking and self compassion matter to you number. One research demonstrated slightly lower self compassionate and women compared to men but women reported higher compassion for others compared to men rate your level of self compassion from one to ten and take note of your response check in periodically in note any shifts number. Two what are your immediate feelings and thoughts that surface when reading about this topic notice any sensations in your body right down the thoughts. You're having notice if you're feeling resistance or openness to the idea of offering yourself the gift of self compassion number three pull out a notebook and pen or head out for me entering walk as he spend time reflection. Consider examples from your life where you are not being kind to yourself for kind as he like. Think about how life would feel differently if you committed to living with self compassion number four. Why you think learning and practicing self compassion and self kindness matters to you. What are your motivations for growing healing or becoming in this area number five. Consider the roots of your current patterns of thought and behavior was self compassion model to you. What stories you grow believing about yourself key. Think of an event or life experience. They made you believe that treating yourself kindly was wrong or selfish number six. Do you have role models in life. Which draws you to them. List out the characteristics about them you admire and or want to grow in yourself to think about how living from a place of self compassion might help you move closer to the vision of who and how you want to be number seven if there's one area of your life that you most want to change name it and write it down to acknowledge it. Then as we move through the month consider how to apply the information. We're learning to that specific issue or area of your life. May this be a year of gentle growth letting go of what no longer serves in deepening. Your roots of self awareness and self compassion.
Acting defense chief says US will reduce troop levels to 2,500 in both Iraq, Afghanistan
"Carol, Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller says the U. S will reduce its troop levels in Iraq and Afghanistan down to 2500 in each country. He says The decision fulfills President Donald Trump's pledged to bring forces home when conditions were met. That kept the U. S and its allies safe. The new plan will accelerate troop withdrawals, despite arguments from senior military officials in favor of a slower, more methodical pull
George Clooney reveals how and why he gifted 14 friends $1 million cash
"Shall we talk about george clooney. I'd love to. I mean it's great stuff. What a joy to wake up on a tuesday morning and just find a profile of george clooney and cheeky magazine. I mean i can't ask for much more in this life First of all this is the man of the year man of the year issue. An annual occurrence for gpo usually accompanied by a party or parties. there's some kind of fun. Dj set online slash than doesn't sound fun. at all. i mean george clooney is just like the de facto celebrity to me. It's just like you've for for me. Just because i love him so much more so than brad pitt. Who is you know. One of our animating figures. Of course their friends part of both their charm. George clooney has always been lovable because of playing doug on er those politics both of which are part of this piece. But i just feel like this was like best case scenario for a celebrity profile. What stood out about it to you. This is slightly awkward as we noted. Your husband wrote this but you know. Just talk about his work. Yeah let me see. I was not involved in this process and just reading it. You know differently than i feel like i know the man who wrote this you sleep. You wanna say through this these interviews were done over. Zoom as the as the peace explains for a number of reasons but for the health and safety of everyone in this time so like they were done in my house on and afterwards i was thinking about the fact that george has such a distinctive voice that i should have just stood outside the door and listened to george clooney talking like through the door. Because i don't think i think act just uses the zoom without headphones for these interviews. I don't think he wants to bring bluetooth into this experience. And screw it up even more. So i i regret not standing outside the door like a creep and listening to george. Clooney talk and i didn't do that so i really. I have no behind the scenes information. I just absolutely charming. And that's why you want from george clooney right you want him to be a like cary grant but for now and i just like a hugely charming informed person that you want to spend time with. I honestly want that more. From george clooney than i want like a movie directed by george clooney at this point or movie starring george clooney. You know there are many movies starring. George clooney that. I really enjoy but i just. I'm happy for him as like capital g capital. See george clooney. And what's nice about. The profile is that he seems to know that too and he's just like let me give you some more george clooney stuff and let me just tell you about how much i love my wife for awhile and let me just tell you how acting works. I thought that stuff was so fascinating. I love it when really talented people just like switch into their genius mode and like i'm gonna tell you this and i'm going to tell you this and he tells a story about e. r. n. Any tells another story and he's just like annotating the scene and it's like talking to someone who knows a ton of stuff. I thought that was fascinating. He shares an anecdote from steven spielberg students. Billboard tells them to stop moving his head so much. And i loved that because doug ross did move his head a lot especially when talking to carol. You assert like trying to like burrow into the moment. And it's like dude. You don't need to your doug fucking rossier water. Attrition your renegade pediatrician. He also so happy that zach got him to talk about the time he gave his fourteen friends. Each one million dollars in cash on honestly the details are so much better than you ever could have hoped for. This story came out. I think like almost two years ago. We talked about it at the time. I think randy gerber shared the information. Right yes and then. I think we talked about it on jam session and zack knew about it. And then zach wanted to ask you about it. So i'm gonna credit usually with that particular. Thank you thank you so much. Thank you so much zach. So george clooney like basically impersonated danny ocean one day. Although i think the other takeaways like owed any ocean it's probably a lot like george clooney and he got a florist ban that he rented for the day and drove to an unnamed location. Downtown los angeles richardson. huge vaults. Like just stacks of cash literally. It's kind of like the way they portrayed the vault in die hard three. you know. there's like all that cash. What i guess the vault i was imagining i skipped ahead. Because there's an ocean's eleven here too but keep telling this story you're doing great. I won't interrupt. He goes down like multiple levels below ground and just gets tons of cash and then puts a a million dollars in two fourteen different to me. Suitcases he says that it's much lighter than you would think. And then he loads it into the van and he drives away then. He gives his friends the money. And yeah the reference. The correlation to ocean eleven is shocking. It's stunning right right. There is like i can see the duffle bags of money notions eleven being carried out of the blasio and it is absolutely that and they also commandeered a swat car that like it's very similarly ban also underground the whole thing is like it's hard to believe it's real george clooney. Actually i made that up. It's not how i did it. And he just was like. This is the antidote. I'm gonna tell. I also surprised because it's like so close to the movie.
How to Launch & Grow a Professional Coaching Practice And Career with Eben Pagan
"Ebben say what's up to fire nation and sheer so the interesting about yourself. That most people don't know what's up. Fire nation first of all and Something interesting about the people don't know is that my name isn't eban. It's actually eboni. My first name is ebeneezer. A my dad's favorite story was the christmas carol. Oh and it was about this guy who you know went through his life and he got to see the past and the future and he changed and he kind of woke up and my name's ebeneezer every time. I watched that show from this day four. Which is every christmas. By the way i'm going to think of you and that's really i think you're the only ebeneezer that i know. So you're number one. You're the only and fire nation you know from the introduction. They were talking about how to launch in grow a professional coaching practice. Career ends as you heard from the introduction. There's literally nobody better talk about this then eban pagan or should i say ebeneezer pagan and one thing. I just want to start off with is. Let's just talk about if coaching is really a professional career path. I mean i feel like people come from college and they tell their parents like yeah. I'm going to become a professional coach. And they might be like really like talk. Talk to us about that. Is this a professional career path. Well i think the answer is yes and you know it's yes and no further folks that are just like oh i'm going to be a coach and they you know think idealistically that they're just going to say like okay. I'm a coach. And then everything's gonna work out perfectly and you know but people take it seriously who realize the importance of coaches in life in business people who have the calling. You know they say like coaching is a calling. If it's for you than now is the time and it's never been more of a professional career path. There are something like one hundred thousand professional coaches right now on the planet and that means that it's established it's real. I mean most people by now. Either noah coach have gotten coaching. Maybe you even our coach taken coach training. So you see that. This is a real thing but really. We're going to see over the next several years. This is going to skyrocket. And it's going to go to millions of coaches and yes it's a professional career path. You know what actually one more thing There was an article in harvard. Business review last year is december of twenty nineteen just went by and it talked about how management and leadership in large corporations is literally becoming coaching that. The role of the manager is now being considered the role of the coach. And so it's not just a professional career path all by itself. But if you want to succeed in the corporate world if you want to succeed in the academic world if you want to succeed as a parent you know. I really think that. This is the skill set to learn. We might disagree on my next question evident. I think that'll be fine. It could be a good conversation for sure. But i have to ask you. Don't agree agree. We might agree. We might disagree. That'll be the question. So i wanna know what you think first and then i'll share my thoughts afterwards. Which with a disagreement may come on people that are a twenty one year old life coach or a nineteen year old life coach or a twenty four. Your old life coach. Like what are your thoughts and not even just life course. Employing that word life out of there actually just coaches. What do you think about people at that. Age being professional coaches. Well you know. I think maybe part of what you're asking here. Is you know when you see the couple. That's been together for like two years. And they're in their twenty s on instagram. And they're like we're professional mantra teachers or something like wait a minute. Aren't you supposed to have been meditating for twenty years. I knew bring dabble by the way i knew. What did you nine. I okay okay okay okay oh good one all right okay i agree. I know i disagree okay. So here's the thing. Coaching is this is a. This is a real serious thing. What most people don't realize is that over the last twenty twenty s years. Lots in lots of really brilliant people have been down the rabbit hole of figuring out what coaching is and how it works and developing the models in the skills in the techniques in the exercises in the business models and everything and this is something that anybody can actually learn now most of the people that we work with our most of the come through the virtual coach. Are you know. Thirties forties fifties sixties. A lot of people in in midlife lot lot of younger people too. But you know if you're nineteen this is one of the most important skill sets that you could possibly
New York City Schools May Close Again
"Mayor de Blasio advising parents and teachers to plan for a potential school shut down in New York City. Yet Tin Chiu is really upset with the mayor's plan to close all the schools if the positivity rate hits 3%. Her daughter is in the fourth grade and attends a dual language public school on the Lower East Side. She has in person learning five days a week. My daughter is going to school every day right now from a 32 2, and if the mayor decided to shut down the school that's it for her and her school's been tested, and it's 100% negative. There are no positive cases and the parents of Children with autism said their Children regress every time they're forced to stay home. They insist their kids need daily instruction for simple life skills that they can't get at home. Carol do Yuria 10 10 wins and Foley Square governor. Cuomo says the city's decision should not hinge only on the 3% marker for test citywide, but should also consider the rate of positive results among test done specifically on school students and staffers. He stressed parents, he stressed. The parents and teachers should have a say and any change to the school closing standards. Quote has to be a collective decision. Some parents are saying more school closures won't be good for their Children's mental health with a rally in Manhattan's Foley Square this afternoon. Business owners in the states, also sounding the alarm about what's next. During a conference call this morning, Governor Cuomo discusses restrictions that went into effect Friday night in New York state, forcing Jim's bars and restaurants to close at 10 P.m.. Talks about what's driving the increase in infection rates nationwide. Still, our flights coming in from overseas where they have high infection rates we have surrounding states. That have higher infection rates. The governor warned that the situation will deteriorate as the holidays approach and cold weather keeps more people indoors as he's asking New Yorkers to refrain from traveling and gathering with family members. Governor met with neighboring governors this weekend to discuss covert 19 policies in New York out of 200,000 Cove. In 19 tests Thursday, 2.6% came back positive. Good news, says the governor. None of the one of the lowest rates in the country, the state of New York, But the bad news is, he says that the case is air rising around New York State, New Jersey hit a record number of new daily coronavirus cases today with a With 4395 positive test, the highest number of cases since early April. State officials also reported 26 additional deaths once news time 11 44 more of our top stories on the way next. It's time to
An index of small-cap stocks just notched its first record-high close since 2018
"Look at some of the stocks on the move and the sectors of the move on Carol Master along with Bloomberg News process that reporter Sarah Pounds Act, both of us in our Bloomberg Interactive Brokers studio. Let me just do big picture. Definitely risk on trade 473 names in the S and P 500 higher today 31 lower to unchanged And if I take a look at those major industry groups in the S and P 500, there are 11 all of them up. For the day energy at the top of the pack of 3.8%, followed by real estate of about 2.3 bottom of the pack information technology, but still up about 9/10 of a percent Sarah Ponds Act, Man, It wasn't the week. Well, maybe it's starting more like the week. It's ending. More like the week it started. See, that's what kind of weak it's been, and there's been a lot of stuff in the middle, right. We have come full circle. Granted, Today's moves were not as drastic or as large as Monday's, but they were reminiscent of them in the middle of the week. We saw that Monday rotation, Fayed was attacked, Take the lead once again. That was not the case today. At the end of the day, we just heard it. Russell 2000 more than 2.3% today at a record high. This is the first record high for the Russell since 2018. We had not seen it. It really is. It's been got. It's getting close, right and just never breaks it right, exactly exactly have been getting close. But we have not been able to see small caps really breakthrough. While today was the day also a record high for the S and P 500 today, as well as the equal weight version of the S and P, So we're seeing breath come into this market. Well, that's what I was going to say. What's the significance about the small caps in the large caps right to see the Three indexes that you just put it point out there all hit records. So the idea is that sure you can see the SNP it records. You can see the NASDAQ hit records, but they're very, very top heavy. So what that means is that it's really representative of just a few stocks, many of them tech thing, names all year long pulling higher seeing Russell 2000 at record seeing the equal weight version of the S and P. It records What this shows you is that it's not just a couple of stocks pulling you hire. Rather, it is many more and you are seeing more participation, which is seen as a healthy climb. What's the fundamentals behind it? You know, it's a great question. So a lot of hope this week on the optimism over the visor vaccine is truly It's unbelievable. When you see these stark comparisons between the Fizer vaccine news, then you see Record covert 19 cases. You see restrictions coming in what the reality is and what investors are saying is that the vaccine news helps you look beyond all of this. That helps you realize that there will be an end. At some point. I hear it all The time. Markets are forward looking mechanism, and that's exactly what they're trying to do what you got visibility right? And even if it's still a few months away, or maybe it's into next year well into next year. At least we have an idea of when this will end versus some of the conversations we had earlier this year when we like We don't know. We just don't know
Teaching Kids Kotlin
"So i teach at a german grammar school. We call it gymnasium. Something like in between high school and college and it propensity a level exams but it already starts in fifth grade with ten year old since we get all the way up until eighteen nineteen and if they have to repeat a class maybe twenty or twenty one but Yeah and actually start teaching informatics in the grade. But these are eleven olds eleven. Twelve old students But we don't program there we start with object orientation be yet. Transform objects like like real objects like A rectangle or a circle and get all the properties like radius feel color etcetera and let the children play with it in a premade. Let's let's call it an issue so and then in the seventh grade. They have the possibility to experience with the algorithms to little program called robot carro ended its primary primarily object. The robot carol which can be programmed with loops and with if clauses cetera. Do when you say was just for our listeners. Infamy actually because i know that you follow some different systems to other places. Seventh grade is what ages Seventh grade is like twelve thirteen twelve. Thirteen okay so at ten years you teach them object orientation. They started ten years in the fifth grade. And we start and the sixth grade with like eleven. Okay yeah well it's not stint. Yeah and i understand your astonishment because That's really a problem we face because we have so few teachers who can actually You can actually teach informatics in germany and bavaria in particular so that sometimes our biology or physics teacher have to have to do this and this is quite art because it's very abstract concept for people this young the this sometimes leads to confusion. I think there's like a million functional programmers out there listening to this. Why did you. Why did you start with object orientated. Like why are you teaching. Ten-year-old object argumentation. Yeah well it's it's really like morton less like a game they don't get anything about about your about encapsulation or principle of secrecy. They just manipulate objects to get a feel for it. Let's call it this way. And i think it's still valid because if you like if you take a look at matt's the reason i'm bringing this up is there. Is this the theory in that. If we were to teach people functional programming from gecko as opposed to know let's let's start with object oriented languages. Functional programming would become mainstream and everyone will be doing functional programming and everything would be wonderful and the question of course is. Is you know when you take a look at an object. You can compare it like you say to a rectangle you can compare it to A bowl that they're playing with right and you can say to them well. A bowl has a diameter and it and it has a color and things like that right and from there then you kind of introduced a whole behavior of the ball and things like that. Yeah you know. It's i guess with with functional programming. It's you can also obviously introduce the concept of an object and and the properties and everything that it holds but then you can tie that behavior to it. I guess. I don't know but yet still interesting that you're starting with object oriented programming. I think this was the base idea of the curriculum to just get them into something that they can more easily transfer it to the real world because they can see a ball. They can see you circle. Maybe this was the reason and they're all going to become java programmers. Anyway so
As Trump makes baseless fraud allegations, Republicans back his refusal to concede
"In dozens of states from both political parties say there is no evidence that fraud or other violations Played a role in President Trump's defeat. But Republican lawmakers and candidates are following Trump's lead and refusing to concede and that includes Republicans in California. KCR W's Tara Katrina has the run down. Throughout the state Republicans are echoing Trump's refusal and promoting untrue allegations of voting irregularities. They include representatives Tom McClintock of Elk Grove, Douglas, Alfa Oroville and Devin Nunes of two Larry same goes for minority leader of the California state Senate, Shannon Grove. And the top ranking Republican in Congress Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield. Closer to home. Some field candidates are trying to sow doubt too. Carol Webber didn't really have a fighting chance at his run for California's 37th District congressional seat. The Republican was up against popular Democrat incumbent Karen Bass in a very blue part of Los Angeles. At last count, Weber lost by more than 72% points, but even he has refused to concede, citing baseless claims. In this case,
Coronavirus cases around the world top 50 million
"Elect Joe Biden is expected to announce a cove in 19 task Force today, his transition team hitting the ground running. Okay. One of you's Tim Jimenez is in Wilmington this morning, and he joins us live with more on this morning, Tim. Good morning. Caroline does waiting as I was waiting here to go live with. You actually just got an email from the biting campaign about who will be on this cove in 19 advisory board that they're putting together. The transition will be led by cochairs Dr David Kessler, who used to Ali the FDA here in the U. S. Dr. Vivek Murthy, who used to be the surgeon general, and Dr Marcella Nunez Smith, who was a teacher at DEA who professor at Yale. Eso thatjust came in right now from the fighting team on this transition that they're they're putting together here, and they're looking to set a different tone on the pandemic than the Trump administration. During the campaign, the president elect tried to make a point. That he would take the virus seriously. While the current president has not and what's happening right now Cove it is surging in the U. S. And around the world here. There have been five straight days of 100,000 plus cases. The U. S is approaching 10 million cases. Overall is the world just reached 50 million over the weekend. And, of course, many people have died. 237,000 Americans have died due to the virus. Carol so again today we're expecting to hear From the president elect about this coronavirus task force that he's putting together. All right,
The Yosemite Sightseer Murders
"In the nineteen ninety s the say to lodge. No portal was owned and operated by a man named gerald fisher like hey did on highway one forty. The lodge was a popular rest for visitors to yosemite national park. It's grand stretched across twenty seven eight at the base of a tree covid hill hillside. With the miss said a river flowing nearby hole up there were two hundred and eleven ruins in the hotel which were divided between several buildings. The lodge had all the amenities one would expect including a restaurant and a swimming pool in the summer of nineteen ninety seven and gerald hired a young man to carry out general maintenance. Judy's and upkeep at the state lodge like other employees then you come live don side in a studio apartment above the restaurant friendly dependable and seemingly normal. He established a good rapport with his boss and co workers. He was an unremarkable average. Joe top of god who nicely kept to himself yet. He did have one noteworthy feature he surname in february nineteen ninety nine. Carole sund her teenage daughter. Julie and sylvain apollo an exchange student. Staying with the pat were murdered in proximity of yosemite. The trio had been visiting the region for a brief holiday that disappeared from the say to lodge. After two nights daiei. The hotel's employees were questioned and although several raised suspicions. The facilities maintenance man did not want his reputation as an unassuming boy next door coupled with an unblemished police record kept him off. Investigators raid is hey remained calm and collected when answering questions and was ruled out off the providing alibi. Carol lend sylvania's buddies were discovered in the charred remains of their rental car. Hours drive north west. The kill then taunted police by sending them a map. That led to julie son's buddy thirty miles from where her mother was found. The triple massad came to be known as the yosemite sought say muddies. Investigators returned the saito lodge on the lookout for the source of doc. Pink fathers found on julie's body the hotels maintenance man or detectives across the grounds using he said of mazda case to let them into way to room he happily chatted about his life and family specifically his younger brother stephen. It was a peculiar and intriguing topic. But the interaction didn't raise any red flags demands. Willingness to hope was appreciated and the detectives left the sun peluso case inevitably hit a roadblock. The trio's kill remained a mystery though. Investigators were certain that a group of local men all of whom had a history of violence were responsible but the tawny di was spot lauded as suspects. The men were in police custody for a litany of reasons. None of which related to carol julie or so vinas murdered his five months later. Joey armstrong was killed in fereshta. The crime scene was about a thirty minute. Drive from the cedar lodge along route. That branched off to wet carol julie and silvana with downed. The fbi were quick to establish there was no connection between the crimes they told the public. There was no reason to believe there was a continuing threat in the area or that a killer or killers planned to wacked again. The evening before. Joey armstrong's remains were found in the forest behind her son. A us park service. Firefighter was visiting the area. As hey dr along forest road. He noticed familiar car parked on the edge of the woods.
"carol you" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"I don't really know Ellen and when I don't know something on on on. Very honest about it. I really don't know I have done a lot of reading. and some of them are there's some theories that they're the Gen. which are kind of shadowy figures. believe from the Middle Eastern culture they really don't like humans too much or they're they kind of play their tricksters This particular one that I had, this is a different house than the OCTA plows him. It was a very tall, very tall, probably six foot shape of a woman dark dark that not only I saw but people who were guests in my home who I did not disclose that to They saw the same thing. She also emitted some kind of odor and and I would see it out of the corner of my eye would see you know just kind of like a shout out of the corner of my eye, and then I saw her full on. And? I. Told Her to get out and and she did. So. I have no idea why that happened but I had many strange things happen I don't usually talk about them. Because, you wrote the minded here. Very Peculiar but I've also in that same house I saw ferry. Appear to me and I kind of mischievous. Form. wasn't millennial malevolent at all and then I actually saw the previous owner of the house which I had never met. The woman was deceased. And I she came to through clairvoyance very strongly. I described her to a neighbor who had lived there for many many years much longer than I had, and she says, that sounds like the person who owned the House before. That's exactly the way you described her how she looked. And I said well, is she still alive? She said Oh no, she passed. A couple years ago? So I'm well acquainted. It was almost like a photograph that I saw with the owner you know clairvoyance. and sometimes images are that strong. It really depends how much you've developed clairvoyance. but there are times I even when I'm doing readings that it comes to me strongly. What was the odor? You. Heard. saw.
"carol you" Discussed on Murder Minute
"In nineteen, eighty nine, it all came crashing down. The once traditional housewife murdered her ex husband and his new wife. From The Los Angeles Times comes a new true crime podcast. It was simple. The Betty Broderick murders hosted by award winning writer and reporter Pat Morrison. If your longtime murder minute listener, you may remember bets the Sandiego. Stepford wife, who took till death. Do US part quite literally. Betty Broderick became something of a hero to any woman who had invested decades into a marriage only to find herself dumped for younger model. Bets never got over it in thirty years later. Neither have we. Now take a deep dive and here from new voices from the years surrounding the murders who spotlight all the critical and controversial points, divorce, family, insanity, female powerlessness and wealth that still make this case. Stand out in Contemporary American society. Every episode of it was simple. We'll have you asking yourself. How would I react if my relationship split up like this? Is there anything that would drive me to murder. Join Pad in discovering why this thirty year old case still gets us today. After thirty years, five bullets to coffins and one California prison inmate. Who's still not sorry by the way. Why can't we look away from Betty Broderick? Every Binge, worthy episode of it was simple. The Betty Broderick murders is available now. Download it today from wherever you listen to podcasts? Welcome back to murder minute. On a rainy Tuesday afternoon. April seventh nineteen fifty nine. Six year old Carol Ann Stevens of Cardiff. Wales told her mother that was going out to play. It was the last time that her mother May this Stevens and her stepfather Ken. Would ever see their little girl alive. When Carol didn't return home that day, police launched one of the largest operations Wales had ever seen. Every. Force in South and West Wales was involved in the hunt. Including Scotland Yard. Hundreds of local residents frantically searched every corner of town, and over the next few days, police stopped thousands of cars and Cardiff searched the woods and empty houses, as officers monitored the ports and guarded Cardiff Central Station to stop any would-be abductor from smuggling carol out of the country. At first detectives suspected that Carol may have been taken to London by her father. thirty-three-year-old James Lynch. He had moved to London for years earlier after he and Mavis divorced when Carol was only two. When James Read in the papers that his daughter had gone missing and that the police were looking for him. He rushed to a London police station. Carol's father was interviewed by Metropolitan Police. But he hadn't seen his daughter. And was quickly ruled out as a suspect. One thing I am sure of. Is that by now? Carol will be crying for me. Said, Carol's mother Mavis. She is a friendly little girl. And would talk to anyone. However much, we discouraged her. But. She didn't like being away from me for long. Two weeks after her disappearance, the search ended. When on April twenty, first, a surveyor, working in a narrow river covert sixty miles away. Discovered a three foot, six inch body of a little girl, laying in the water, hidden from view by overhanging leaves and branches. She appeared to have been dead for a week. Carol was found wearing the same outfit that she was wearing on the day that she disappeared. She had been sexually assaulted, strangled and dumped in the shallow ditch water. Her skirt was around her feet. And her shoes were scattered away from her body. Detectives interviewed over ten thousand people took over thousand statements and searched three thousand vehicles. Through these interviews, police discovered that in the weeks leading up to her disappearance Carol had told her friends that she had a new uncle who had been taking her for rides in his car. Police, then interviewed a neighbor. Who told them that? She had seen Carol get out of a green car on April first or second. The neighbor said that they thought it was strange. Because the driver had dropped carol off around the corner instead of the front door of her house. When I made inquiries, a neighbor told me about a strange man who was peering over the Back Garden Wall at Carols bedroom on Monday night. May, this told the South, Wales. I was also told of occasions when neighbors and children saw her getting out of a strange man's car. A sixteen year old boy also said that he had seen the car in the days leading up to Carroll's disappearance. He said that he had seen carole. Go over and knock on the car window, and that the man inside had dark hair, wore a trenchcoat and brimmed hat. and was reading some papers. But this information came too little too late. No one could provide police with a license plate, number or thorough description of the car or the man. Twenty days after the little girl disappeared on the twenty seventh of April Carol was laid to rest and Cafe Cemetery. Hundreds of people attended her funeral. Despite numerous appeals from Carol's mother Mavis and the police for the driver of the Green car to come forward. He was never found..
"carol you" Discussed on The RobCast
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"carol you" Discussed on The RobCast
"Was it like? To have the way because with the Earth at the center central to that was largeness, human beings are large like look at us. This floating Blue Ball that is at the center of things, and then to find out that the center of things actually just a planet. Hurtling through space at sixty seven thousand miles an hour, and even you had this awareness that the orbits of the planets aren't even even circles ovals, what? What happened to the scale proportion the order of things. and. On and on it wins with the crumbling of one order and the arising of a new. Order. So. You think about the disequilibrium, the disorientation, the like. We! This is how things work. No, they don't work that way. And of course the question is. Are we living in one of those moments? Are, we living in one of those moments. Education Economics government. religion. You go down the list, right? Are we living in one of those moments right? Where everything gets turned upside down. and gets re ordered on the other side yeah. And in that process I mean based on looking at the past. There's going to be. Going to be a lot of forces at work right right right and what I keep thinking about especially the past couple of weeks is. We have massive upheaval with protests about. Brutality violence racism. Competency of government. Pandemics instability of the economy and it just feels so big, but this actually might be. Tip of the iceberg. Right, this might be the disintegration. Yes, that's has to happen before the reordering right and everything that feels like right now. Like how many more things could happen could be going on right now, right? Actually. This might be the front edge. Right these might be might be the front. The front the first events. Of a something that will make all of this look small a reordering rethinking. Right, so let's let's go back to the personnel like if you're if you're like getting up every day or even if you're not like, love it, you're surviving this like. If you need to drive down the street singing Christmas carols like however you need to get through this like were in the store s where in the storm, so whatever whatever you need to do to stay sane and hopeful and. That's so good and and. Returning to your center whatever you need to do to take care of yourself. Like be kind to yourself as you possibly can. because. There's lots that we can't control right now. But a little tiny piece that we can control is our own. Existence. Like how we move through the world. Like. We have a little bit of control over that yeah. Yeah. Yeah, of course. You're feeling higher feeling. And, of course, we all have. A bit more control over ourselves, then we probably are aware of in the midst of this awareness of all the things that are. Beyond us. Yeah of course. Yeah so find those things that. Make you happy or make you laugh or find ways to? Just be weird because who cares. There's all sorts of rules that don't exist anymore. To just do it. Be It. Try it get a new playlist. And I love how. What you were saying to to a friend of ours I heard recently. About being. Hyper aware of how you talk to yourself. I love it when you talk about that about self-talk. Right well, if you just even want to be logical about it. Harsh self talk doesn't. Do anything you anywhere doesn't get you anywhere. Yeah, it's funny how we think it, does we? It's funny how we think. If we're like the mean coach to ourselves. Like! It's going to motivate US right. The problem is it's very short lived, and then you feel worse about yourself than. When you started. Because you start to believe the things you're telling yourself. Yeah Yeah Yeah, but. Inspiration comes from a different source. Inspiration comes from kindness grace. Understanding. Looking at the big picture. Yeah! Yeah.
"carol you" Discussed on The RobCast
"Hi everybody. Yes welcome to the Robb cast or the bobbing Katie. cavs. Look who's back back again. I had to do it. that. Eminem song has been playing. It's played a fair bit. Stereo here in the kitchen and. Because the playlist that trace made me on it. Because Kristen. Bell loves rap. Did you know that right off the bat for my birthday this year, which happened during the CV nineteen time. I asked my kids each. Make me a playlist because I love it. The music they pick so expresses their personalities yes, and. I actually like all three of their. Their choices or there's genres or whatever you would call it their unique. Patterns of music likes I. Don't like every single song yeah, but you love I love it. You love the mumble rap. Do you love you some GonNa? Some young. Dave, I have to admit I. Do Oh my word, so so eminem was on that mic, absolutely little old school. Now this is the rob cast episode two eighty three. and. We got all kinds of ground to cover here. We should start. By telling about the other night we're out walking the dog right. Our nightly dog walk. Yeah, we decided that this event. Inspired this podcast. So we were out walking the dog. Our usual right right before the sun goes down and it's probably eighty degrees still hot week. It was hot and a card. Drives by from behind us to our left. A white. Relatively new prius windows down right, but before we even saw the, we could hear it a block earlier. We heard somebody blasting Christmas carols. We were like. Like Hark the Herald Angels. Angels, Sing I almost thought it was like a funky like ice cream truck. It was so loud. What is that and we turn around and it's a white Prius with all four windows down. Guy In the front seat, young fellow on the front seat, right? was recently wearing a mass, because pulled down down around his neck around his mouth so that he can belt. As loud as he can. Out the Christmas carols with the music blasting, just singing like his life depended on it. Going callback did ice cream truck going about the speed of an ice cream truck right quite slowly, and he comes up to the stop sign. Comes to a really slow gradual stops sits there for way too long. There's no other cars coming, and then just inches his way through the intersection and keeps driving. joust right. Here him a BL. He's passed us by a block. You can still hear him. So you're wondering like, is he? Filming this, is he? is He doing this for himself? Is he doing this for us like? Is He doing this for whoever happens to be walking down the street? But we have this overwhelming sense of like Oh my word that experienced sums up. How a lot of us are feeling I just barely hanging on. Just, barely hanging on on the edge of like. Functioning and just there are no rules. What is going on here because there? There were two families. Jewish families on the Corner Kitty Corner from drove by, and they were, it was I wanna say it was. Ship hot. It might have been Friday yeah and the two families were doing like a social distance sort of thing in the front lawn with tallied and the Amazon and full sort of Chabad evening. Outfits, and as I drive by they all just stopped in just watched and smiled like there was just a general acknowledgement that this young Fella and the white previous was summing up. A feeling of this equilibrium and surreal sort of like I. Remember you just said we'll guy. That's just pretty much how we all feel, isn't it? It was feeling like everything's upside down. And how do how do you express that? Like? What do you do with? All those feelings of everything's upside down as Well I mean who knows, but the way that we as we were like as you pass by, remember you and I talking about it. As he got out of earshot, it wasn't like triumphant. It wasn't like. Party it wasn't. Sad minus it was self expression was it was just like I am going to sing the weirdness? Right? I'm just going. This is particular. Do exactly what I feel like doing right now. Your commentary was just the best, so you see friends why we are starting this episode with the story because you're even wondering what the point of the story is. You're wondering what we're trying to say with the story. Oh I'm not then we did our job. Maybe, maybe me. You have something to say no. No, no I'm like. Think it's. I mean you may be sane. People are wondering why we're telling the Star about I think it makes perfect sense. Because it's how. It's how I felt during this time on a regular basis like. How do you make sense of what's happening? There were all these things in our lives that we thought we could count on. And it turns, out. Things are not what we thought they were. And I, and I'm like I'm saying that like. Applying to so many things that are happening during this time right It's a time of upheaval. It's time of rethinking. It's a time of. Like our normal. Ways of living They're not available to us right now like the way that we deal with.
"carol you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Nicely. Done another sweet story to you know this. Obviously we know this this. Could you know it can be an unkind business at times? But you were seventeen when you went off to shoot carnal knowledge and Mike Nichols was another person at a at a kind of a key moment in your life that said something very kind. You said something that you never forgot lesson. This when he said to me was a part of his genius Isla such a nervous wreck you now and they had been shooting already in Vancouver so a kind of a family had formed between my Candian Jack in ardy juice Pfizer. And the you know the crew and Mta silber digs sobered and denied come in from nowhere and known by nobody and then I have to just walk kind of set the next day with all these powerhouse artists. And you know I just would sound nervous and I. I said my guy is so worried. I'm so nervous any wise. That night said well. I'm just afraid that I won't be able to do what you need or be who you need to be or whatever and he said you are absolutely perfect for this are you can do no wrong. Your absolute perfect and I believed him and he meant it by the way and because he meant it. That was what happened. He made actors better by believing in them to that degree that they they were brave for him. They wanted to be brave for him because he was so loving and also such a great artist at the same time a great attribute for a director now to make actors feel so wanted to think that it is. There is a magic trick with directors. I mean it's not a magic trick. It was more than more than more than genuine defending but he asked me. What makes the difference between a good director and a great director that might be one of my answers is director her believes in you of the list of directors? I was raving about here too. I don't WanNa leave off our friend. Richard Donner who did the show. But also Joe Ciller Gilbert and I are big fans of crossing has so yes wonderful somebody else who get who you clicked with early at your own And then a mirroring of course Sylvia miles like great Sylvia lost. We have to ask you about something. That's important I just going to say crossing Delancey street as one of those romantic comedies. It's not a goofy eight. Romantic comedy are usually like iffy and now I exaggerated and their formula. So they're formula lap June sheesh. Good writer she. That doesn't happen when she puts pen to paper Jamaica. Great Short Bernice. Moths or hair with Shelly Alps. Our listeners should find that. And Bud cort at absolutely seek that one out and I'm also going to recommend a movie called my first mister with with you an and Albert Brooks directed by Christine Shelly. Also which our listeners. But we have to ask you something. Caroline. I found in my in my research that is near and dear to Gilbert and that is interesting about the character that you play on Kimmy. And she's a cheat. She's a character who fights against gentrification she somebody who loves New York City and that is near and dear to you personally because she's sort of like Jane Jacobs kind of a but but that's important to Gilbert and to me it's something we talk about the loss of neighborhoods the loss of Old New York. The loss of movie theaters the loss of bookstores. The so much of the city losing its area you go down to subway a word side you come out and Soho You're in the place you see the same stores you're seeing the same you know pharmacies and banks and you're just in the same place used to be when you got on the training you map out in a different worlds you know if the used to be these drunk storms. That didn't you know they had a little bit of close a little bit of razor blades in stores. Yes yeah and and I could walk around those for the dance. Well there were booking record stores that you could lose a million. Yes just go in and look through soundtrack albums or just look. Just just just go into you know US bookstores or so much of it. And we'd lost Roseland and we've lost six FELDON. I could go on and on and you know I. I assume that that going to the movies back as you're such a movie buff like us that going to the movies and having that experience you mentioned. Young Frankenstein. That's something that I saw two movies with my job and that experience especially now with them being threatened by what's going on but I hate to think that we're going to lose so the art houses now are just either have died her seriously ill you know almost all of them. What we lost the Lincoln Block cinemas recently and the failure. I remember with like movies talking like it was five thousand years ago and it feels like it that moment. You're sitting in the chair waiting and you sense that the lights in the theater have just gone like shade. Dr And all the movies going to start now. Yes so exciting. And they don't think there used to be like forty five minutes of trailers. The movie parts you finish your popcorn and you haven't started the movie. Yeah I've mentioned on the show. It's kind of a Downer Carol but I was in L. A. for a number of years and I moved back to New York in two thousand and three and I think I think I've seen about twenty theaters shutter an ad and since since I got back and that's Elisa's seventeen years because omit I don't know it breaks things that might be lost. I don't know let's because that Gilbert score says he pictured meets Kimmy Schmidt Movie Kimmy Schmidt verses the Reverend I guess is what it's being called Premiers on Netflix on May twelfth. So when you hear this a will already be streaming and so much fun to make. It is an interactive movie which I had never heard of or seeing. But you get to choose each audience. Member gets to choose between three endings in each scene. All it's like and like Mr Sardonic sardonicus. Don't know but but and then and then so you you you get an entirely different story you can get all four vice stories all different ways you can watch this thing a million times and never have it be the same twice so much fun. That's a great Gimmick Carol. This was a lot of fun. We'll when I say the good night I'll need your for two quick things you wanted to say the F. Word again kill I okay. I want that the last thing I wanted on this show is can. You would be an honor if you would. If you Carol Kane would say Gilbert go fuck yourself say go F yourself she yogurt. I don't notice but they're young people here with your class up fuck yourself get Carol Platt Badische expansion. We wouldn't be in a smart Bob Gilder. Can you do that for her? Yeah because me and bobby so anyway. This has been Gilbert Godfrey Amazing Colossal podcast with my co co-host Frank Santo Padre and we have had wonderful Carol Kane. What's the now Johnny? We can see Johnny Waving Carol. You had the kind of career where we could go on for six hours after being kind and fun and I'm from my swearing the best parts it's digits from hanging out with sailors all trae last question. Did you work with Richard Kind? Larry storch in sly Fox. There you go about that and I spend a Arthur Pan. Another great director. I heard with the last detail just to have it ready for TV after woods. The Ola Kersee when they cursed they turn their head from the camera to make it easier to put in clear too. But I'm glad I just I mean already but I can't imagine how saying to any of them tune your head away for the camera so we can loop it without swear words. That's just not header. That is non watch it. Watch the movie again. Gilbert you can see how Ashby at the bar. Oh I noticed okay so can we have an ID where you say? I'm Carol Kane. And you're listening to Gilbert Godfrey Amazing Colossal podcasts. But do it anyway. You WanNa Carol. I'm Carol Kane and you are listening to God's amazing colossal at best and can you say amazing colossal show also just amazing collage colossal show goodwill together so kind and generous to give us all this really fun. We LOVE GOING DOWN. Memory Lane with really fun. Thank you both for being so kind and their thing. Hugh and the Kids Jack. Thanks to your man. Thanks to your manager again Donald Atom and thank you to John. Murray is always wrong. Saving me even though I have no headphones on nothing.
"carol you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Actual hookers and the smoking and drinking up the storm and Andy macrobiotic. Anyway then He. He got himself fired. You know watching those episodes Cara watching from a marriage with you with the the live at you. Of course you off you'll be like a grape so I can get out of here but just the chemistry between you guys protect and particularly you enjoyed in that scene Mary Lou. By the way I happened to speak told her back I will tell you were coming on with us and that reminds me. I was just talking again with Jeffrey Tambor. And he says as does Peter Rieger to email me. It's a love fest O- and something Franken I will watching and it cracked US. Both up and was amazing. You're on the LETTERMAN. Show Yeah Oh this. Is Her singing back. Brace Carole King you did. Yes and like will Smith was in a Yanni on Knowing nothing but you know I had just done a movie with Paul. Shaffer called the lemon sisters and there was a lot of music in movie and Paul and his band a todd. I saw the music and Polish the musical director so And I at that time used to do letterman. I was so lucky to do it. You know not infrequently and then I think Paul came up with the idea. That link held up that I should stand in for. It was a great job as an amazing group of again. So you know. I don't know how I get so lucky. Here's a question that I have for you. Carol a we told you we have a couple of questions from listeners. Do this thing called. Grill the guest. Now here's a memory for you. Mark Caroline says does Carol. Remember being an occult Classical Pandemonium Horse With the Great Phil Hartmann. Peewee Herman. Paul reubens a wonderful I lean Brennan and Tom Snyder's and squeaky David Lander in order to a tab a Ronald Tab hunter and to have motor right who would love to have had on this show. Oh my that so many of those names that we go. Oh God. Why didn't we have him on? Well we keep trying. We finally got Carol in your world. You know I didn't mean that to do it before it's just that I had a little and it doesn't happen a lot of my career. I had a little busy streak thanks to I. Did you know and it was all Beena Fe. And then from bad somehow a hunters came along even though it was completely the opposite half of work it's a dramas you know nine addition for that but I did not they should Fatina but anyway so those two kind of backed up to another and it was during the course of bad that I. I think you had asked me but I literally couldn't do it at that point but now that we are all on Android I loved your auditioning. I heard you tell this story on another show about how disturbed you were by the experience of auditioning for Wick. Was it not wicked. It was it was something you are listening for. You didn't get it hip and excuse me it was. It was pippen and then it was. It was one of those great stories for actors of how a door closed but but other doors suddenly flew open open. Actually and I mean if you lend it dealer near the real story yeah was touching okay so I had been doing wicked already for like close to four and a half years and it was in my last nine months of wicked which was the tenth anniversary that they started to put together the new version of Pippin and I you know came over like between a matinee and an evening I had been told that all I had to do was proved that I would be frightened to do the trapeze work and it was a miscommunication but anyways I went in I did the trapeze. I actually really loved it and then I ran away and then I was told that I had to sing and do scenes and do all that Ange meanwhile I had to you know. Prepare doing other showing anyway. Took me too long. And the Genius Andrea Martin. That the part as well she should have because she was just spectacular right so Anyway then I was auditioning on an for. They kept saying year additions in two months three months six months. Anyway just got to be. It went on for a long time which were on my nerves because each time of course. I got more and more insecure. You know that I would. After all this time I would deliver and working with a singing coach and anyway when I finally got audition I thought Wendall K and I and I I think that was a two fold thing. I think it was. 'cause the wonderful Steve Freeman. Who is each Jimmy? Say made me feel so proud of my singing that I actually thought it was all right which apparently was not and Also because they stood up and applauded at my audition and so you would think it went. Well would've thought it had gone quite well island home and I got that call that we actors have gotten so many times in our lives. And when you've been doing it for fifty two years or something this call. This call gets word to me worse. Which is you know. They went another way or they just didn't feel that you're exactly right or they whatever they say it's a vision of. Yeah you fucked up and you didn't get it. I don't know I will add to swear on the so much more known turnkey sweat there anyway that that early means is that you you know. We're good enough. That's leads in your being and I just felt like okay. I can't do this anymore. I cannot afford to audition anymore because I was literally. And you're GONNA think I'm out of my mind but I was just like crawling around my apartment sobbing and it's too late for this in my life. You know and So I vowed that I would never audition again not because I thought that I was too good to addition but because I didn't think I could survive it and then I rarely got jobs that I get addition for and one was got some the other ones Kimmy but I think it was a good salad year between wicked and those other job okay. So they didn't fly open but they did open eventually. Allan are are you someone when you watch yourself if you do watch yourself do. Are you sitting there going? Oh God why did I do it close? I wanted to set the record straight about something before we start again. You cannot just go fuck yourselves and say fuck again. You know what made that even better. Carol as you said that the little dog face your dog was in the frame our it was such a nice contrast. Ashwin the sweetness of the dog asking me about when I see things ally and my horrified didn't night. Yeah and even recently I As screened the movie that. I'm in that I did right before the shutdown and you know I see seen and I think I know exactly the right choice now. I know I know that this is a horrible choice. I know the right choice. This is six months later. You know but yeah. You must be a perfectionist girl. Yeah I am a perfectionist but I I've come down Since islands young because I realized that sometimes when you a real true perfectionist it comes out of other people's hives it tied on other people and the older I get the more. I realized that it is Experienced sedated day experience When you're collaborating with people it's just the day to day experience that matters because no-one you can't control the outcome of anything but you can control how you treat other people uber doesn't like auditioning either. So I think you're you're you're both in the same. I got better at it years later but I yeah I got better years later. I remember the first couple of years of additions. Go like what am I in this business? Four I have no. I know it's torture. I think it's toyed you and not only torture but it is truly not representative of your work is in addition and that's a whole other animal and you know working to understand them beeper needed and it's a whole other animal. I heard I've heard this these actors who are great at auditioning and I'll get the part out. But then their part they're acting won't improve any more than the audition and it though Carolina at a point where you said. That's it you kind of made a life decision. I'm not going to do this anymore. I'm not going to subject myself more with but also that two parts showed up that you didn't something there's something about that and and that A for another four and a half years and then adly when Kimmy was cancelled Well it was I meant we were so sad when it was cancelled. But.
"carol you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Sky when we did a play wigging together. Not that long before he passed away He was a mench he was. You may have heard or even seeing a beautiful beautiful ballroom. Dancer and Soft Shoe Dancer. He was great. We heard that he was. He had an amazing life. He was a world war. Two Hero and Anna Poll Room Dan so the piano to yes anna price fighter. Yeah and great drama in a warrant like day afternoon or you could put him in a in a broad comedy the movie or you could put or relationship comedy like tootsie and he was just rate time so so right and also. I'll tell you about bette. Davis career. Advice will outweigh the Charlie uranium buddies because he gave me some explicit advice. And what it was is. I was very young when we were doing when a stranger pause. Nih had a an abrupt excess at a very young age working with the best of the best of them and then I didn't know what to do as to how to kick the roller. Say Yes or no to job and you know if only I had known then would I not now but anyway Alec Trajan myself and I made some huge mistakes by the overthinking a rethink. Now just couldn't do. I couldn't decide so I said did Charlie one agonizing day on the set I said Charlie you know I just can't I don't know how to decide. How do you decide you know what's the next job you should say yes to? And here's what Charlie said. He said I say Yes to the first person that asks me that Avocado literally sick. I mean throwing anxious sick trying to make decisions as say yes I. I left performance of his. That people don't know about is to see him singing and dancing and the best little toss he he could do it all. And he was so brilliant on Broadway in Gin game and he could do any job ever meet Charles. Turning High Sim. I remember one time at the comedy. Ward's I did a bit about how they got ned beatty did. Did he know about the rape scene in deliverance? Before he accepted job and I said that they at least one of the lines was did they. At least ask. John Sterling Gilbert. I WanNa ask you question. Go Bird or am I am in a Oh I just WANNA and just hold it. Turns out jolts turning was in the audience and I went over to him and he said I would've taken apart. I can score. Ila almost cut the punchline. To what what were you gonNa say this because you said when you were so young and you started at a comedy club and it was what you put your name on the list and they call you up and I just was wondering if you ever ran into her work at the same stages Andy than I remember seeing him at the clubs and he'd go on and I remember laughing when he went on stage and he starts singing hundred bottles of beer on the wall and at first the audience laughs because they think well he's not GonNa sing the whole song and then he proceeds to sing. The entire song went to Some college performance of his. I think it was at a college in a big theater. Like a bill colleges. He was reading from. He used to read the Great Gatsby. I think it was a great yes. Fear was Warren piece. Or you know it was and picked up the book and he began to re in then he read that whole m effort book people in Audience. Just little buy literally emptied out the audience out because they had not signed up for thinking that this comedian is going to read up piece of important literature for like six hours in. That's what he did well you I guess you met him or at least worked with them on taxi. As you've seen them in the clubs first carol or or or after you got to know him on taxi you went to check out the AC. I think that I had not seen them. I think that I went. I got the part then. I investigated who he wants us. The Gym Brooke. Seeing you in in Hester street somehow lead you playing Simcoe? I always wondered that. I am Magin. It might have had something to do with it of the foreign speaking of one language. Of course I imagine it did but I don't really remember him saying that but I think it did because I didn't have to audition and Those were the days when movie actors did not do television. The all again I notice it And I was the same little stupid idiot that I was because such great writing right but then I watched episode of Taxi. Jack Gilford was an nights. That will alright. If Jack Gilford will say yes. The Nile says yes and I did it with much disdain but then came to understand that that was some of the most brilliant writing you can find anywhere about those writers. Ed Weinberger was here with us on the. What did we have him? Gilbert about two years ago I guess so I I lose track and right I think in one of your emmy speeches if not both of them. You thank drugs. Set Weinberger Stan Daniels. Can you give them their due? Because you were always so appreciative of that writing. I you know it was everything I mean. Jalen rose was really brilliant director Other people that came on later in the game but without the writing you know you just to blithering idiot out there like flapping your lips do something. Because is that everything. It's everything that you have to stand on this the writing joining that gym burrows here too and you remember Gill yes did you witness any Avanzi cult pens like hijinks care causing trouble on the said. Well I'd have to say complete. Yes in a complete note that and this is why and he had created foreign man Who later became lot He had created him way before and foreign men was a character that he performed in nightclubs and Probably I don't know everywhere at for a long. We were foreign men wedge hired to be on taxi turned into lot. Get SO ANDY. Hold them a right up front that he had certain very strict. Stipulations for saying yes and one of them was that he would only do. I think one more than half said shows or maybe just tapped the shows and the other and unbelievably important to Andy was that he would only have to come in Monday for the table. Read on Friday morning for the Finalizing the blocking and run before we performed a show Friday night so that leaves three whole days of five day week. That deal is nowhere to be seen and You call that Hijinks of because it was certainly a very very difficult for me because I come from the stage so it's the opposite of me. I like to Rehearse Rehearse Andy Field that knowing him so very well as an artist if he would rehearse too much he would all lessen the quality of his work so anyway then I think maybe the first time that Andy Nye had a really big episode together And he still kept his contract. Lynn commend and Tony Dance. So he walks in on Friday and Tony. Danza would so angry on my behalf which nobody had a right to be but he was so protective of me. He got so angry that went andy walked onto the stage in the beaches. He turned the fire. Hose on for real. I mean a real. How firehose right at Handy? Who was so shocked and I think I mentioned to stay pretty hard you know. And and both sides were right. You know that's why I say yes and no. It could be considered hijinks that he wouldn't show up but it was also in his contract. And of course everybody knows the story of Win Angeles hired to play a vic on On Lot.
"carol you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And then we did a play called Hill that has been meade Roberts road and that was with Bengals Zara and Patti lupone and just a great Zara. Gill yeah another avenue. Another favorite of his thank. Jack was the other day. That's a good one. Which he you know up any years too much right. You do all these people. It's amazing that you that you worked with and also so early in your career and what you're still in your twenties you're working with John Kesse vet eason's and senior. I wasn't in my twenty two and I worked with John. K O forgot totally for the did most incredible thing at will. They were all incredible that I got to do with John was said he end kneeling. Hey had written up play slash movie the I say slash because between the Jewish. Nobody could decide if it should be. Maria play But we worked on it for months and months and a lane and I laid a really bad hookers it failing hookers in and that we were so opinionated about who are John should be that. We never had any work because we never would. We just had too many opinions about them and John was in it and it was so great and Peter Clock was gonna directed and then he couldn't anyways it's just a wild experience and a great great great experience and you want insured bill. Murray who said that you saw during scrooge you how to pull on his lip yes but but again it was shakespeare. Who made me do it? The I did you know and Oh you know. Oh and I worship So great but I did I think in the course of having to him in rolling come up flying position and splattering with my wings with my back to him in the kitchen where I I really couldn't see exactly where my wings landing gear view mirror anything and then the whole thing look anyway. I did hear rumors from bill himself. I think perhaps I had caused him some harm which I certainly had not intended to amount one of those actors that likes to get physical. Even if it's GONNA in but I don't know I guess these were real stunt things in some of the Mike do and some of them I guess. It couldn't instance lucky bill. I Did. I did not actually hit him with a toaster. That did not make contact. I swear stories floating around on the web. That Gilbert's a referring to what you had to you had to pull his lip down at a certain point and you you. Maybe you yank a little too aggressive injured said. Turn the wet yeah. Let's every they say how to take a few days off now Gilbert annotating. We'll check with Richard Donner Gilbert. You auditioned for that movie. Yes yes I logged who? What's his name? David Johann you again to be the goes trick. Yeah I think I was going to additioning as the cab. Driver that yeah. Yeah but David I mean yeah listen But where does this thing on the web? Come from Dick Donner or bill. I Dunno it's floating around some various interviews or you find the ten these articles like ten things. You didn't know about the movies. Yeah Yup mental flying that if the world ever goes back to work I will never go back to work again. Yes you've been black Walter injuring bill. Murray in nineteen through. Okay WanNa Gilbert's favorites into this show and that is the late Great Sidney Lumet. Yes yes I'll bet you heard with. Yeah Sydney resume. Okay so I guess this is probably floating around on the web and you know the thing was Sydney is he resolves so fun but theater and so on. Undock gap noon. We did something that I have never experienced before or after making a movie in that. Sydney rented a hall above the Second Avenue. Deadly there was kind of a big hall their events and stuff there but very old fashioned with the wood panels end they taped off hall state the AG taped up that hall. Like you do on when you're releasing play They tape off the stage or the rehearsal hall floor to indicate where the bat is and where the door is. And there's nothing there but it's taped to give you an idea of of the space. You're working so they did that. And we hearst. That will be so that we could run it top to bottom like a play well and a couple hours we would run from the beginning of the show till the end of this show. I E movie and This was so helpful because When you get to location you know you can never shoot in order and we we that little body of people tramped into that bank over days and we had to really understand what the passage of time with no air and with the crowds. And if I out there and the head to really all know together of one mind what was happening to us and because he did rehearse it that way we we knew added. Except Yogurt. I have Italian and I hope you feel. I was cheating on you hockey but the other laughing episode. That nearly killed me in my life was dog day afternoon because somehow whenever al lacked the cashiers in everybody into the vault we started notch liberal uncontrollably. Like six of US. And it was on controllable. Al is trying to do like a great actor a bank robber complicated person. And then we just all are finally Penny Allen who played the head teller shooter so great Us thank God and she said. You know AL is trying to work. Here is trying to do his job and That's shut us and it works but for days every time we get in the boat we couldn't stop and movie also in that movie aside from Pacino was an actor who I think he did only five movie yes and each one was greatness. Bigger I saw you in that documentary about his life. Carol my friend real heartbreaker lost him so young and now it has to say and I would have to say because it's true that he was a two genius. You know in a short career Godfather Godfather to dog conversation and the deer hunter red body of Work Charles. Turning to we have to ask you about. Oh He's in there and I think four or five Charlie yet The movie I did with Markelle Directing Cloud Harry and Walter go to New York did not have a success. But it had in it Diane Keaton Charlie at Jimmy Con League grilled anyway. Michael Cain Michael Caine. I love that movie people. The I'll tell I'll tell our listeners to find that movie. It's on a Ian Walter Gordon. Yes that was the first time I think I would to Charlie and then dog day and then we did a to a stranger calls movies together and the muppet move was actually another one rich. I'm blanking on but if it comes back to me I let you know what was he like? I mean You know we love these characters. Carol we got on this show about people like Charles. Turning right like Jack Warden Gilbert arm Martin Balza Balls of these great solid American character actors. We just paid your show up on the set and they're always good. It's always great. He Charlie was a Colla.
"carol you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
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"carol you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Door An envelope a nice sturdy monogrammed envelope an eye open it up and it says have been to US Stralia. Maybe I can help come for drinks at six. Bette Davis. Wow believe it I mean can you? It was it was the most stunning thing that ever happened to me. I think it I mean and I was terrified. Of course you know And but I did you know I tried to dial up and get over there. It was literally right next door to my apartment was hurt and win over there and she answered the door in baseball cap. But nice clean a baseball cap. No team on at baseball cap a starch kind of peach colored shirt and Khakis and she looked impeccable at but it was a whole different. Look you know for Bette Davis and That we had drinks we talked to captain rds there. She told me where to state and that is where I stayed for three months and it was wonderful while yeah and then I take one more. Bette Davis sure his I love the story. It said it makes cried. Because it's about my dad and my dad's gone now but He came to visit me in L. A. and he came with his wife and We cleaned and I said I'm going to invite Betty over you know for a Hack Kale. She'll come and McLean in cleaning cleaning and he told me the best most expensive Scotch to get for her all this stuff and You know I always seen at basically in her ad homes. Look you know so doorbell rings. Six o'clock again to Abell rings. I Open the door there. The door for my father is Bette Davis. Do Perfect up a nice tight suit with the belt at the waist. High Yields Bette Davis and I and she did that for my dad in a nice was that I mean kills me to think of that. Kinda worse you know. They always say. Don't Meet Your Heroes Carol. Because you'll be disappointed but you had you obviously had the opposite experience and the total opposite explain. How lucky did Betty? This bette Davis ever give you any career acting or life advice but not demand all kinds of things but well. I told you she tell me where to stay in Sydney. We talked about all kinds of things but It wasn't really career advice. Talked about everything but Not really career advice because she gave me. My career by switch wasn't career advice. It was tested advice. She gave all that to me in the movies. I've been watching since I was a little kid is still turn those movies on like we do you stop on now. Voyager all about eve. You can't change the channel now. Your manager sketch drawing right into the change. Here's the larger than life actress. You worked with if I have my notes correct Celli winters. Yeah we did the effect of gamma rays in men in the moon marigolds on Broadway and yeah that was Wild and fabulous greats. You lucky you worked for backstage magazine. Yes I did and I had already done a. I guess I had already had already done the last detail. I believe I had already done the less carnal knowledge in I had various Careers like working in a health. Food stirred candy store and then at one point I would stamping envelopes at back stage magazine. I love that it's an interesting. It's interesting about an a young actor. You sort of made it. You're in motion pictures working with Jack. Nicholson and Mike Nichols. But you're still going back to its eight job. Who'll yeah you know? I mean it's notoriously to that at many already semi well-known actors and actresses and up saving. You your meal you know and it it's funny like people who would see on the big screen or probably going. Oh she's in a movie. She must be a billionaire. He may be but they'd be wrong. I I find it interesting that you started so young. What's that ED still be wrong? Still be wrong. You both started in Showbiz the so young Gilbert. We've talked a lot about how you started on at fifteen and got on the stage for the first time. Did you know that about him? Narrow a teenager like you at age fourteen over I went. I was became interested in show Bizz and I started. Doing IMITATIONS SOLA time. And then my sister all leaned found out about from some friends per se. Said there's some club in Manhattan that you write your name down the book when they get your name they Introduce you and I should know the name of the club. But I don't remember and but I remember going with my two sisters up from Brooklyn to Manhattan and that was the first time on stage. That's game yes but you know you're so great because the thing is that's not I mean that that's just you and nothing else a day you don't have a script it. He a human. I mean you haven't had a story line. That's one else has stamped on you. It's tell you right. Yeah it's kind apply You can't blame it on the script or something. There's an old joke. A guys on stage doing hamlet and the audience is pulling and the actor says. Hey I didn't write this shit. Have someone to blame. Yeah Gill this is a side thing but says we were talking about gene wilder and And the world's greatest lover and another piece of Trivia Carol. That's interesting you in two movies about Valentino in the same year. Tino Wow Ken. Russell's Valentino Parody. About Valentino. Yeah in the same year and guilt and Gilbert. Carol got to act in scenes in that movie with Fritz Feld. I'll my God damn so in Ken Russell's be. I got to advance with Rudolf. Nurik of amazing Fritz Bell like cornered the market on being like the Maitre d' the Hotel Hotel Manager. I and he gives you the the the trademark mouth pop. He was famous for Gilbert talks about in his documentary. Yes and the audience is scratching their heads in somebody. Semi-desert is it a civil.
"carol you" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Hi this is Gilbert Godfrey nisus Gilbert Gottfried to mazing colossal podcasts with my co host Frank Santo by our guest. This week is a multiple emmy winning and Oscar nominated actress and favorite performer of both Franken. Myself we wanted to have her on the show for a long time and it only took being trapped in her apartment to get her. You seen how working popular. Tv show such as cheers signing trout. Homicide lie on the street. Family Guy. Girls Gotham on breakable. Kimmy Schmidt and die and taxi for which she was awarded to four work as Sim gut aches and she can be currently seen as weapons expert. Mindy Markowitz in Amazon's new series hunters she's also given memorable performances on the Broadway and off Broadway stage in notable films like carnal knowledge. The last detail Annie Hall. The muppet movie Dog Day afternoon the Princess Bride Scrooge Dr and my Blue Heaven sleepwalk with me and Hester Hester Street Jewish nominated for an academy award for best actress in a professional career that began when she was just fourteen years old. She worked with talents like Woody Allen Mike Nichols Elaine may Steve Martin Andy Coffman Bill Murray. Jack Nicholson Sidley a May and Al Pacino as well as podcast guest steam boost semi and Bagel junior league. Glad Richard Donner Marilu. Henner were should Benjamin and Peter Rickard. Please welcome to the PODCAST. One of the most versatile and original performers off the last five day gates and a woman who says that job offer stop after her Oscar nomination until she was rescued by the late. Great Gene Wilder Fabulous Carol. Okay time is up now after a long intro. Now now I guess you remember the first time and maybe only time we worked together on a member about it. Is that it producers have to separate us. Because I couldn't stop laughing at Gilbert. He broke me up every second and they add the they had a separate as like being bad at school. Yeah I think it was billy and Mandy Save Christmas Mr and Mrs Claus is see my darling and and you I would say something. You'd start cracking up and then I'd watch you laugh I J- Sta and then after a while it got to that point. Where if either one of US looked at each other? We and could not begin. I is that affect on people. People Gilbert Oh yeah and it was funny because he did treat us like he's had you wait outside. We're going to do one at a time talking like too bad kids. Were Carol just so. We don't leave the listeners. Hanging tell us about what what we put in the intro there about you. After Hester Street you got the Oscar nomination as strangely enough. The phone stopped ringing. Is What people say what you would expect would be the opposite really a solid year where you literally pick up the phone like if you're in love with somebody in and they're not loved you and you're waiting for the phone to ring and every so often you have to pick up the phone to see if there's a dial tone of work now. I wasn't ringing but it was working and You know the character that I was nominated for. Little Ghetto was a Russian Orthodox Jew and only spoke Yiddish for the first two thirds of the movie and Lorscheider horse here Shaida which is a religious. We cover a married woman's real hair for modesty show. They're not allowed to those parts going around. And because you know Hollywood did and still does tinted typecast you know. Nobody had anything for me because they thought it had to be that same character. Not The you know so it was nothing and then gene called gene wilder called me one day out of the clear blue sky and offered me the world's greatest lab which was a comedy had never done comedy at all and no. I made him think I could do it but he did. He had faith in meat and milk produced in any way it. I think is really good. Although it didn't get a lot of England a lot of advertising because of certain things about what when it came out I watched it yesterday. It holds up surprisingly well. I hadn't seen it since the seventies you remember..
"carol you" Discussed on Toure Show
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"carol you" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Because so much is coming at you in in in in such a real way that it makes you better and there are a lot of actors not a lot but there are actors like that that if you're fortunate enough to work with them they will make you better. That's incredible it's true well as we're as we're winding this down we've already. This is like this. This hour just sailed by. I really hope you had a nice time because I it's great was so excited to meet you and I want to get all nervous and mealy mouth and flabby because you are you really are one of those people that is so ingrained in so many of our hearts because you know again. It's you you you give a lot of credit to like well. The writing was good and this. But you've created these characters and I hear your anything I was go. Oh my God. She's she's great. I'm excited because you're you're great to watch standing thank you and so what is an just. I've had an absolute blast talking to you. And I'm just absorbing all of these amazing stories about these things that I love. But what are you personally joyful about and sort of what keeps you happy. What just some tips for people who have difficulty getting out of their own heads in life. I guess you know I still have my mother. I'm so lucky. My Mother's ninety three year name is joy cain she's a composer his a lot of material on youtube which is exquisite joy cain issue pianist. She's a pianist a composer and She has written seven teaching books and she has a piece on coordinator about snow. That is so beautiful breath. Taking up your watch will and So having Mama having my dog might beautiful little johnny. Having my friends in classic movies see this is great because all the things you're talking about are those important life things and when we start out I think we think it's all about our career or job and that's our identity and then at a certain point hopefully figure out like that stuff great but it's the it's the life stuff in the relationships that and I'm lucky enough to have you know friends for forty something years that are still very close to me and that is a great great thing you know. That's phenomenal. Well I hope I hope this play works out that the reading of and I hope I get to come see you. Do something live in the near future. So thank you. For being here. People should watch hunters. They should watch screaming tomorrow. It starts. Yeah somebody that goes up. It'll be up. Yeah yeah so it'll be it'll be up and available anything. Like Jordan appeals one of the producers. And so I'm really excited about it. They sent me a link but I couldn't get it to work so I'll I'll I'll just watch it with Amazon prime membership like everyone else. Carol Kane any last words of wisdom Amato and nugget something mantra now. I'm just gave to have been here and I think you just a lovely thank you. I really appreciate that. That's my nugget. I happily accept that nuggets. I'll be facing on that nugget for several weeks. Now you WANNA go home with my wife is like you're being irritating care. Carol Kane says I'm Michael can use thank you very much. Thank the end. I D scanning complete enjoy Rato..
"carol you" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I'm I'm still sort of in that frame of mind extent. Sure I don't want anybody knowing 'cause I think it'll go away right. So yeah that is the sort of the other thing. That's interesting that you say that because there is that because we work in a business. I mean listen. In general the world is not a controllable place but this business in particular is tumultuous and mercurial and we don't know and it ebbs and flows and so I think we get superstitious because we just need to feel like we have some sense of control over our destinies but in reality we don't but we have control over the fact that We could enjoy what we're doing what we're doing just at that moment. Not figure out what's going to happen too. 'cause you just have no idea? How long did it take to free to figure that out? Seventy John Who was in my thirties. Yeah I'd say like my mid mid thirties. Maybe yeah because you know like when you're a little kid it really all is all about you have to survive and people have to attend to you. Then we're teenagers and again it's still like you're developing your hormones are raging. Everything is about your world. Then in your twenties you know like people get into the twenties and thirties kicked around by life a little bit and they go okay all right. This isn't all about does all about me but but learning how to have a healthy relationship with your ego and go. I hear what you want me to do. But I'm not really GONNA go that way because I don't think that's healthy. That's a skill set. You really have to learn how to do that yeah. I don't even think I learned how a do that what you're saying yet because I think I think now I learned as I get older and worked more and more now I learned that even though I think that's not the right way I my way is a better way. I've also learned that you've got to try everything so to director says Blah Blah Blah and. That's not what I had in mind. I won't say what you said But I want to try to. I won't say that to after I've tried it their way. Sure and then then I I'll I'll ask to try it my way. If their way just still doesn't feel like it worked out right. You know but I won't just refuse direction. I try in her hurt right and also it could inspire you to have a whole other ideas lately or it could show them like Oh. This really doesn't work. Okay let's try it the way you wanted to do it before but that again. That idea of collaboration in a business and intercultural which I think does tend to feed people just being so like me me me me. You know you when you see people who continue to work over and over and over again like yourself on so many great things and I said this dig. I sent this to carry too because carries worked on a ton of stuff to as you must be pretty cool to work with because at a certain point you know like the business. People want to work with people that are easy to work with show up on time. It's literally it's like. Do they show up on time? Are they prepared are they? Do they make everyone's job easier and that is A. That's a whole other element as well. Too Big Element. I think unless you are a big star and then they need you. You know a enough to put up with being late and things like that unfortunate. I mean it's unfortunate that anybody needs to do that. 'cause you're all together in the same thing you know But but that that that happens and people get rehired because they're you know brilliant and and their name means a great deal and yeah. Do you still feel the same kind of hunger for roles or it's like I want to try this and I want to try this other thing I still. There's so much I it's great some plays I WANNA do. There's I mean for instance going back to Hunter's what I'm doing the Amazon series island right from Kimmy Schmidt. Playing Lillian. Who's just you know right out there? And no edit in crisis feel something it right out. It's happening it's comes out of her mouth and it's happening so I went directly from that Comedy comedy comedy to hunters which is very dramatic and tough stuff a lot of it. There's humor in fact I think Al Pacino's the funniest character even know he's also you know profound everything. There's like humor. There's a lot of wacky like Almost comic book visuals and like that but the story of my character and my husband's characters extremely dark we win on concentration camp during the Holocaust with Al and and and the The the story swings and forth from those days of Hitler and then to New York in the seventies were. There's a group of people hunting Nazis that our government brought over to work here which is a true story that I did not know but once I got hired and I started researching a ton of stuff you can read it There's a car operation paper clip. Which are the stories The true stories of of of what happened in that. We were competing with Russia to get the best scientists for from Nazi scientists to to Come over and work on the space program and other scientific things and even in the White House and so i. I don't think they were group of Nazi hunters like we are in the show but there were Nazis. Take new names new homes new Accents new looks new and they were here and they were paid by the government to be here. Oh my God and so this is obviously this is the group that Al Pacino sort of at the center of weeding them out and trying to do that while each of us for different reasons because the group is very eclectic key. You'll see when you see. The hunters are still wildly. Eclectic group of people. That must be fun for you then to be able to not do the same thing from job to job stick because what you really don't want what I really don't want is to play the same character over and over again different name. You know different show but basically do the same thing. Oh boy do I not want that and and I've been lucky in that that hasn't happened right. And also that gives you a career longevity because they don't go. Carol just does this. It's like Oh my God. She can do anything. She does. Comedy and drama. But but that's also an interesting question that I have about when you're doing something wicked where you're doing the same show for years. Yeah and you still have to at least with stand up. If you get tired of joke you can just write another one or you riff for you. You know but when you're but you but you have to up. How many performances was it a week? Eight shows a week and every show has to. You have to find some molecule of something. That's new and fresh to you so that it's fresh to the audience of the not like boy. She's done this a lot like what is that. That's a whole other muscle. He has been. It's not the same as playing the same role over and over again Theoretically in different shows who would ever in being typecast. It's part of my training. You know to to be to allow for spontaneity. Even though you've done it over and over and as you say you you really all it to the audience you know to be present and alive each show really you know. You can't just go out there and like be an automatic pilot you. I mean you could do it but that would be really not right in my opinion right well. Eight shows a week. You know there's GonNa be performances where you probably have a cold or you don't feel great or you've got some crappy news before the show and you still have to like push it all out. Go focus off take it in and it into that day's performance you know. Yeah you it's. It's a real disciplined. I admire anybody who offending Jonathan Freeman. Who's been on Broadway? I think for like twenty years in all the different Disney shows right now. He's in a Latin. I don't know how fat is survived. Physically stage is very hard on people physically especially they have some color rake stage which Enlisted on Broadway stages raked which means a tire up at the back and goes down so that the audience akin the set works better that way. There's a prospection that way and but it is brutal on your body because means that for the three hours. You're on stage you're crooked yard. The entire time is crooked for a year now and you have to counter balance that was a PT. They have PT. People come like three times a week to make it that the actress can go on my. Gosh yeah I mean it is really interesting what I mean. Listen I think to most people who aren't really familiar with acting to go away it's professional pretenders. That's not hard and then you know but on the other hand like it's incredibly emotionally taxing the amount of focus in the amount of energy and the physicality or or you have cloudy context in your hunched over. And it's like it. Really the sacrifices people entertain people. Yes D- other part of its chew. You are playing at the same time. You're playing different people so that there's that gift you're getting but I I in order to do it. It takes a lot out of you. Yeah you know and do you find that. Are you a curious like in general is it? What sort of keeps you fresh curiosity. Is it sort of just you know? Each job is a new experience. Like what is it? What what have you sort of learned? After this time and sort of what keeps you going h adage a very very different experience and you have to be very adaptable and keep an open mind and really try not to repeat yourself. turn out to fall back on And Yeah and here's the thing you you get looking into the eyes of these other people that are playing the other characters and if you really are president. I'm not saying I'm always present because nobody's perfect right. But if you on the occasions that you are you get a lot coming back from your fellow actor some more than others but you get stuff and that really informs what you're doing. Yeah Yeah that's an interesting way to think about it too because if you are cousinly think like well. What can I get out of this and your focus on yourself? Then you're immediately not part of collaborative process. That would not be a good healthy way to proceed. You actually do get the thing you actually do. Get that back when you give it out there. Yes at the same time like I did a play on the Henley play. I Love Beth. Henley's writing and I did my first Beth Henley play. I did five of his first one was with Holly Hunter. And you come and Hollywood the lead and I was supporting character and you could win stage and look at Holly Your job's.
"carol you" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"God I don't want to kill Alpha be great if we don't get this and then I want to care I'll finally comes clean about all the shit that we already knew that with washy. Left Zeki Okay. But it has a lot to do with washy gown at boat because see when she was on a boat. She wasn't near land like she was just kind of separated from everybody. You know. And that's why. She was very reluctant to stay youngest. We already knew for actions but she was in denial correct. Like all these like knowing what I'm trying to come to. Daryl like notices reasonable. I'm just trying to get rid of her. And y'all just don't Ya'll ya'll scared. No I understand but dishes right here. This is crazy right and so she finally came through on just as like. I'm trying to hurt her. Like I WANNA do everything it takes fuck whoever's in my way I don't give a fuck and I felt like it was kind of a breakthrough and honestly it does point. I thought OK she gets it right. I don't know why I thought that because I thought that Shit last time we talked to in the woods and was like stop running off. You almost ran into a trap. They would affect your leg right okay. She finally gets it but she she never gives it Man Which I mean you know if you think about the show from what Carol is Jag. Our kind of makes more sense thereby always tells Jack. Not to do some shit. And what does Jack do some shit right and is one of those days to four yet? Think Karoshi whipped from losing. Her daughter to a whole season happened just morning into sad to recovering and building becoming a bad ass. Basically she not gonNA take no shit and basically Alford took her child but now she's I look I'm not no we'd be at you like what you not. GonNa do right. He and his begged me to stand by Ali. I refuse and I think it also started to with her husband. Being her abuser. Believe Corral so the other thing too is It's Kinda like the same thing happens with twitter. Sometimes when you see people that are constantly fighting because at some point they were victimized by somebody so now at but at some point every everything becomes a fi everyone like you compromising or backing down becomes like. I'm letting his bad person win no matter what the circumstances are now not saying. Alpha's not a bad person. Clearly she is the fact that Carol is not even willing to work with everybody. Licey not even willing to like wait for people to like get plans together income and come together as a community and beat this woman. She just wants to be Alpha. She. I don't even think she necessarily care about being the whispers. I think she just wants to kill Alpha and make her pay suffer the way that she felt about Henry and that's why I have to. You know I hate to do this to the audience but this is why I have to blame e her house watch carol they would want begging pleading for Henry. Geek he'll ally every email I'll he came away from him. I hope he burns a hail. Well look what he did to his Mama. That was her son and now she's all fucked up. You fucked that one the best characters on the show because he's grieving pain. We didn't won't this? I thought Carol was going to be off. Focus sheet care went out on a boat and said I'm gone. Did she came back? She don't work with the crew risking people's lives like she don't care like this is crazy. Everything bad happens from Carol Edna so then they they They finished talk and then Magna Rose into the whispers while trying to use a mash to find a way out they all come to her aid quickly and it was kind of a cheesy jump. Scare like mangoes rocketed Doug. I couldn't tell like she was walking through the cave and turn around with the match and then somebody ran up on issues like God and he just went to commercial and I was like what the fuck happened. Did you find out? Well lives? She will be suspenseful right but we came back and found. Basically those whispers have found them. Of course I crew beat Somalia. No way even get stabbed heard to all right. This is one of those like everyone safe episode. Oh so after that. They find a jerry discovers that their arrows on the K. walls lead to an exit because that was like. How can you tell us away out? These like well come from this way. Plus is a big ASS ero and out. I know directions when asked me? Exit should have been an exercise. It this way so they may find a place. You are here right. Yes yes so then they find a place where you had to squeeze through the lead cave area and you know Connie keys. Carol Com across through this little this jazz and out of skinny people are exercising their privileged. Gino's sly out through except for care who's got claustrophobia. You Know Darryl talking to her talking to her through it yes he is right to the end of course. Jerry's in the back because he's the biggest and it's like you get stuck you don't want people everybody to be a headache behind you. So I like my aries. Looks like you okay back there Jerry. Jerry's like six two. I have problems. We're using like an airplane bathroom. No not okay. Last for like I'm okay as can be but Yeah so having a panic attack and then darryl finally coaches out. Jerry's like hold up quite here behind me. He turns his flashlight behind them. And there's a bunch of Walker somehow crawling through the crop through crawlspace right after all this is again a true can walking dead conveys ambience them. The focus was ten feet below them. Well not just that. But when when they jumped into the horde as they were trying to make it across and they were jumping on those rocks. The zombies couldn't climb the rocks out but then they wouldn't have any motor function correct. These motherfucking zombies was speaking. Yes I'll I wouldn't now. What division Islamise Zombie as we in rock climbing these go metal islamise waterfall? It was an ally I got this. This will hold over there and so then we just basically they just do out the schedule. Shit out of us they. Jay is going to get better and I. I did think he was going. No no you gonNA leave without him. Kids NOT IN A BILL. In the baby's. No I have this okay. I can't see kings more in U. S. along basically. He gets as like I. They give me they bite me. I can't audit by my feet. Just let me go. I've gone nails like no heirs. Hey these about maybe taking your backpack out. As long as he took off his gear obviously was enough to get through and he came through. And I guess there's obvious couldn't climb all the way to the top though because they didn't even have to like kill zombies And then of course. He's just like scared and they check them to make sure he's not bitten in his shoes and share it with straight. They didn't get through. They didn't get through our scare. The hell out the down for the cows by the hope for you. I want to get out of the cave. They look out the edge because they almost like it was like you come out of Cave. You can basically fall off the edge follow like hundreds of feet yeah magnet just look. She did like me. When I went up an addict she'd been looking forward to that down by one eight. They look down eventually and Darryl us like a Zombie arm is a taught in using the whole time he threw it down and you could see they were probably a couple of hundred feet above where they started. But also the zombies. Were all down there and it was bigger than eight dollars. Ios A big Zito from up there So then they get close to a exit for the cave. Magnus all impatient like we need to rip down everything. Go through and they're like this shit is a support. Beam dummy if you just start moving shit to open up a whole it's going to cave in and we're GonNa die you know and And so then they found some dynamite in Kelly's like look I found the dynamite and I love this Gerald's like this old shit. 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"carol you" Discussed on Short Wave
"This time we ask for your help to keep this podcast coming to you for free each and every weekday. Here's how you can help. Go Go to donate dot. NPR Dot org slash short to find your local public radio station. And give any amount. You can whatever you can give. Were super super grateful. Okay turning it over to Mattie Safai and Emily let's do this show. You're listening to shortwave from NPR. Hello Hello anybody there so matty. Yes ma'am last week Brit and I connected to a radio station she's visa. I am radio in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania have a conversation with space physicist and electrical engineer Nathaniel result. Thank you very much. It's a pleasure to be here and in two two thousand fourteen. His research took him to Antarctica cool. Yeah home to the South Pole and hub of scientific activity with research stations and field camps spread across the continent. New Zealand has a station down there. Several European countries due to scientists are asking questions. You can only answer in Arca and the Southern Ocean this time of year about wildlife wildlife like penguins. Yeah sure like penguins microbiology. tectonics the northern lights. Daniel was down there to look at the earth's magnetic field and polar regions. I picture this whole space. Mattie like science summer camp but spread across a desolate icebound landscape. What a dream? Yeah you're kind kind of summer camp and these people. They're far from home. which can be really tough? During the holidays so nathaniel when he was down there took part in a musical tradition tradition. That cues up every year on this day December. Twenty four South Pole station. We're ready and standing by thinks the Antarctic a Christmas carol basically the different stations in Antarctica. Sing to each other over shortwave radio. Oh my God this is legitimately the cutest thing you're seeing over the radio Transmission was from the Amundsen Scott South Pole station ahmanson shadow yacht ought. Here's a Christmas Carol from the Italian station. Mario's a Kelly singing an Italian Christmas Carol. I really liked service. I firmly believe this cute Nathaniel would have to agree with you and it's a beautiful thing and you know the different stations and people they have to have to watch out for each other because it's it's difficult environment down there and annual listening at McMurdo Station in a Blue Penguin Hoodie. Sure I'll add wondered if this caroline could be heard beyond Antarctica by shortwave listeners. And other parts of the world he wanted to know how far can these transmissions Israeli travel so how far away were people able to listen well. Before the Caroline Begin thin you'll put out an alert to shortwave radio listener saying hey if you I can hear this email us a lot of snow and people did. They were able to tune in. He got emails from the Netherlands. South America places far away from Antarctica. Some people were able to catch snippets of this singing at the bottom of the world so today. On the show shortwave. podcasts looks at shortwave radio how it works how it travels. And how anything of result is leveraging. A community of shortwave radio listeners for science. Emily Kwong are short. We've expert is nathaniel. Yes he's an assistant professor of physics and Engineering at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania. Okay so obviously I know shortwave the charming daily science podcast. But tell me about shortwave. As in shortwave radio so since since the nineteen hundreds we've been using radio waves to communicate. The waves are all different sizes the lower the wave's frequency the longer the wavelength one. Of the unique characteristics. Of shortwave shortwave. Radio is that it can travel. The radio. Waves can travel long distances very long distances around the world because there are three to thirty megahertz hurts in frequency they travel through space to this electrically charged part of our atmosphere called the ionosphere and are reflected or refracted back down to Earth. If we didn't did not have the atmosphere these shortwave signals would travel off into space and not be able to travel around the globe but luckily for us. They can travel around the globe. They they propagate far distances and those with receivers on earth are able to listen. Nathaniel loves shortwave. Because you don't need a lot of equipment to send and capture one of these transmissions oh it can be incredibly simple. You need a transmitter on one side and a receiver on the other and a decent antenna and when I say A transmitter there. There are some people who they make their goal to talk as far around the world is possible with that as little as equipment as possible as low power as possible so maybe using a quarter of a awas and ten dollars worth of parts people are able to send signals that. Get the go all the way around the globe. This is the ultimate Lo fi form of communication gathering. Yeah and that communication could be anything broadcast propaganda spice stations emergency information weather reports rag chewing which is a term mm to describe people just talking about their daily life so radio twitter. Yeah the transmission just has to fall within the right frequency range to count ashore wave and there's an international community of hobby radio operators who seek out a special license from their respective governments to do this. That's called Ham Radio Ham. Yeah that's the hobby Of using this radio so nathaniel discovered that community on a boy Scout Jamboree Ham radio operator had set up a station in the middle of the woods and just turned all his crackling and buzzing sounds coming out of a radio and I heard him talking to these faraway places and and that was just really fascinating fascinating to me and he was hooked got his license in Nineteen Ninety Eight. Just a teenager transmitting to whoever's listening in the northern New Jersey New York metropolitan area area so just pure bruce springsteen propaganda it was mostly just his call son and seventy three. This is W. Two and AF whiskey to November Alpha Foxtrot threaten seventy-three means best regards. It's a pretty common ham. Radio sign off eventually he upgraded to a better transmitter through a wire out the window of his bedroom and attached hatched tree in his front yard and he managed to get a hold of a station in Hungary and it was just a very short contact. But you know that was pretty neat you just throw a wire out your window. And you're able to talk to guy in Hungary and and it worked in these moments stayed with him propelling his scientific methodology and his his career cool. Okay so tell me a little bit about that. How his nathaniel used shortwave for science in a lot of interesting ways because disturbances happening in the ionosphere on a sphere space weather solar wind conditions? All of that would affect radio waves so in Grad school he was able to show how a solar flare caused aradio blackout so cool. Yeah and during the big two thousand seventeen solar eclipse which I missed because it was cloudy. Tragedy so sad but Nathaniel hosted a community science experiment through his group Ham side. The group measured how the eclipse affected the transmission of medium and high frequency radio waves. And the way he's using radio for scientific inquiry is so innovative that this year the National Science Foundation awarded him a one point. Three million dollar grant deign to do what well he wants to bring. Universities and this network of Ham radio operators together to track. What's going on in the ionosphere where short waves propagate in a more day to day way which we we don't really do right now? No not really. We don't really understand what happens on short timescales like why is the fear doing this in New York City but doing doing something else in Pennsylvania overhead and Pennsylvania and. Why is that important to understand the ionosphere to that level of detail? Well we as a planet Senate are really dependent on things happening in space and disturbances in the ionosphere do affect communication satellites global positioning systems. which are used to land planes all these tools? We rely on to keep us safe and connected and so it's very important to try to understand how everything is is is connected together in order to make this systems more robust and and in order to make them work. And in order to you know transmit Christmas carols around the world essential I think a lot of Ham radio for me has always been about connecting people from different parts of the world together. And and you know if you if you even look at like why Ham radio exists if you actually look in the the laws I believe. It says that it's for international goodwill and It's important to try and promote this international goodwill kwon. Do you think our podcast connects people all around the world. I mean we don't have three million listeners. That's how how many people listen to him radio now yet. Not with that attitude okay. I know world domination is your project but I will say I got into radio because I enjoyed tuning in and not knowing what I was going to hear our podcast definitely. Does that help so I think so so from our team to whoever is out there listening in in the world happy holidays. Happy Holidays this episode was produced by Brit Hanson and edited by life. I managed to fire. I'm emily tomorrow. We'll have a little holiday message for you. And then we're back with normal episodes on the twenty six. Thanks for listening.