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White Sox announce two players test positive for COVID-19

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:20 sec | 14 hrs ago

White Sox announce two players test positive for COVID-19

"The White Sox have confirmed they have two players that tested positive for covert 19 team is not releasing the Playersnames. Both were said to be asymptomatic and being isolated here in Chicago. Contract. Casey was used to notify those that they may have come into contact with now. Neither players allowed back in the facility until they test negative in consecutive tests. The white socks with a couple of players testing positive for covert

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Trump vows to veto $740 billion defense bill if Confederate-named military bases are renamed

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Trump vows to veto $740 billion defense bill if Confederate-named military bases are renamed

"But President Trump is vowing to veto The National Defense Authorization Act. That's the huge annual defense bill that is needed to fund the military on DH Keep us the military operating smoothly, and he's value Vera over keeping the names of military bases that are named after Confederate officers. This is a 3/4 of a trillion dollar bill's eyes this Ah fight that he's going to win. It seems like there's growing momentum on Capitol Hill that might indicate

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Dems: Nursing home virus effort  'chronicle of deadly delay'

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 d ago

Dems: Nursing home virus effort 'chronicle of deadly delay'

"The trump administration was slow to comprehend the scale covert nineteen Jim back to nursing homes and a disjointed federal response is only compounded the devastating toll according to a report due out today from Senate Democrats the report was provided to the Associated Press senator Bob Casey the ranking Democrat on the aging committee says unfortunately for the nation it is a chronicle of deadly delays and a lack of urgency and strategy the head of the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services defended the administration's record saying the report is disingenuous and that the agency is at a historic and unprecedented response and should be commended for its efforts an AP calc that includes nursing homes and other long term care facilities finds nearly fifty two thousand five hundred deaths combining residents and staff I'm Julie Walker

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Dems: Nursing home virus effort  'chronicle of deadly delay'

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Dems: Nursing home virus effort 'chronicle of deadly delay'

"A report due out today from Senate Democrats finds the trump administration was slow to comprehend the scale of covert nineties impact on nursing homes and a disjointed federal response only compounded the devastating toll the report obtained by the Associated Press finds a lack of coordination among government agencies that has had ongoing consequences such as issues with access to corona virus testing and protective equipment senator Bob Casey says the findings amount to a chronicle of deadly delay the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services strongly defends its record an AP count that includes nursing homes and other long term care facilities finds nearly fifty two thousand five hundred deaths combining residents and staff I'm Julie Walker

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Dems: Nursing home virus effort  'chronicle of deadly delay'

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Dems: Nursing home virus effort 'chronicle of deadly delay'

"A report due out today from Senate Democrats finds the trump administration was slow to comprehend the scale of covert nineties impact on nursing homes and a disjointed federal response only compounded the devastating toll the report obtained by the Associated Press finds a lack of coordination among government agencies that has had ongoing consequences such as issues with access to corona virus testing and protective equipment senator Bob Casey says the findings amount to a chronicle of deadly delay the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services strongly defends its record an AP count that includes nursing homes and other long term care facilities finds nearly fifty two thousand five hundred deaths combining residents and staff I'm Julie Walker

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MLB teams can't ID players who test positive

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:14 sec | 4 d ago

MLB teams can't ID players who test positive

"And as MLB players test positive for the Corona wires, teams will not be allowed to identify exactly who tested positive divorce because what we know is hip hop. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

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Supreme Court throws out Louisiana abortion restrictions

Bloomberg Law

07:32 min | 6 d ago

Supreme Court throws out Louisiana abortion restrictions

"Been talking to Stephen Black professor at the University of Texas Law School about the decision today We're a divided Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that opponents said would have left the state with only one abortion clinic. Chief Justice John Roberts provided the crucial vote during the court's liberal justices in a 5 to 4 majority. So Justice Stephen Breyer, who also wrote the majority opinion in the Texas Case, wrote the majority opinion here did he reiterated his reasoning in the Texas case, or did he just follow precedent? No American. I think a lot of the plurality of him by the prior was very much not just reiterating what he wrote for the majority four years ago in the home of health case, but also do not carefully trying to explain why that decision for your so should control the case. Why the Louisiana line is not in any material way. Actually, or legally different fromthe law that the court threw out in Texas four years ago. If I can, you know for Brier, the queue is to show why these cases are not the similar And you know, I don't get you. Justice. Roberts actually agreed with that. I think you just agreed with the endorsement of the analysis from the earlier decision on hold and help if that's why he felt obliged and compelled to write separately. What was the thread running through the dissenting opinions? What's interesting about this case is, you know if you read the sentinel opinions that actually very little tune about roar, Casey and a whole lot about standing, you know, I think for the defenders, the ground they were hoping in this case would be resolved on Was that the abortion providers June Medical Services, etcetera weren't proper parties. The challenge Louisiana long the first place that would have allowed the court sidestep a major ruling on the stuff into scope of the right to pursue a pre viability abortion. But of course, there were consequences all his own indignant much harder for a court to hear these kinds of pieces going forward, so No, I think for the dissenters for justice Promise Justice Alito. The quarters from Kavanaugh know there at least stated opposition here with principally to the court allow in this case to reach America at all. I suspect June that that no one will be surprised if no. Were those marriage to be properly before them. They just hostile to them that know the descent maybe focus on stand them, but I think it's not hard to imagine that there are objections on the merits behind them as well. So during his confirmation hearings, Justice Cavanaugh was questioned again and again on Roe v. Wade, and he said he would follow precedent. Did he veer from that in this decision? I don't think so. I mean, just, Kavanaugh wrote only a very short to page dissent, although he joined a large chunk of just much longer defense. You know, I think Kavanaugh is a little bit cagey and careful on exactly that point. Doesn't say a lot about roar. Casey. He really put it on the procedural question of whether these planets had standin on why he thinks that matter should have been read ended the trial court traditional back finding on that question. But, you know, I think folks are not gonna have trouble reason. If you imagine this is You know, suitable and without necessarily saying that he's probably a reliable vote for the conservatives in a case where the merits of an abortion restriction really aren't properly before the court. You know, I don't think it's directly inconsistent with anything, he said during the confirmation process, But Matt it certainly doesn't come running like wall. We've heard a lot about Justice Roberts Justice Gorsuch Has Cavanaugh been a reliable conservative vote during his first term here, I think, for the most part, I mean, I think there's one or two paces June where You know he's been on the other side. We're siding with the progressive on Ly one that comes to mind when you was the deciding vote on. It wasn't an especially major contention case that without an antitrust case You know, I think he's probably been in some respects more reliable in a smaller data set as a conservative vote than justice. Gorsuch has been, obviously, of course, it's you know, it's fresh off of the Majority opinion he wrote in the LGBT discrimination case, You know, so I think I think it's pretty clear that injustice. Cavanaugh, the conservative, got what they were hoping for. Um Whether that hold across the larger data set, we'll see. But you know, I also think it's also a sign of the times. June. You know, we had a 30 year period We had a Supreme Court with No. Two very obvious swing. That justice is Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Justice Anthony Kennedy, where you could see these pretty profound shift in majorities from one case to the next. That's not where we are. Now we have a solid conservative majority and results, like the abortion case, don't change that. I think they just show that there are at least some elements that even the solid conservative majority won't transgress. This was the third time in two weeks that Chief Justice John Roberts disappointed conservatives in a blockbuster opinion. Is he now the next Justice Kennedy Oh, I think it's been clear June since Justice Cabin always confirmed to the Supreme Court that in most, not all but most of the high profile, divisive partisan No social and contentious cases before the Supreme Court. The departure of death of Kennedy puts to Justice Robert from the middle, and I think, you know we're seeing that this term in spades. It's not just his decisive vote today in the Louisiana abortion paid not just his majority opinion in the doc a case you know that he also joined Justice Gorsuch. In the LGBT discrimination case, So you know they're going to be out liars where it's not the chief Cruz the swing vote, But I think you know in the high profile cases more often than not, yes, where there's a 5 to 4 majority, and it's No for the conservatives who sent him the the one who will have been personally to switch sides with the chief justice John, I don't think that's because anything about the chief has changed. I think that because No. The court itself has changed. And because the kind of dispute the court is taken are increasingly grounds new towards ones where any of those five justices were going. Be disinclined Tio. Ride with the quote unquote conservative position. It's going to be John Roberts. Using this opinion and looking forward at some of the other opinions that are coming out, especially the decision on the subpoenas for Trump's financial records. Does this tell us anything about how justice Roberts may vote on that? I really don't think so. You know, I don't think that this is any kind of broader shift or pattern in how the chief justice instead of his job, you know, I think he's he's able to take that from cases differently. I mean, you know, right after we got the abortion opinion this morning, we got the chief justice's majority opinion. And that's the Buchanans, which was a very classically conservative separation of powers. Hold them from him. So I don't think we should read anything broader into his vote in these cases, other than the reality that he is now the Longboat And, you know, do not could show up again as early as you know the cases where they were coming down on Tuesday or the rest of this week or next week. You know, I don't think this is the last time this term that the chief going to be the swing vote, But I also don't think that you know the fact that he's this one wrote in some cases allows us to predict in which cases It most likely

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More states reverse or slow reopening plans as coronavirus cases climb

MSNBC Morning Joe

06:59 min | 6 d ago

More states reverse or slow reopening plans as coronavirus cases climb

"Was another record setting weekend for new cases of Corona virus three straight days have some the highest numbers yet. A record forty six thousand cases, Friday, almost forty, three, thousand on Saturday and more than forty one thousand yesterday, Florida South Carolina Nevada and Georgia all reported their highest member of daily cases on Saturday with more than two and a half million cases in the US now reported and new infections, surging health and Human Services Secretary Alex. as are issued this warning. The window is closing. We have to act and people as individuals have to act responsibly. We need to social distance. We need to wear face coverings if we're in settings where we can't social distancing particularly in these hot zones. Right now several governors are rolling back reopening plans in Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Who allowed businesses to start reopening an early May shutdown bars and limited restaurant dining in. Amid a spike in cases in California Governor Gavin. newsom rolled back reopening of bars and seven counties including. Los Angeles and in Florida more beaches will be closing again to avoid further spread of the virus, as officials try to tamp down on large gatherings, one of those large gatherings still scheduled in Florida is the Republican National Convention in August which was just relocated to Jacksonville. Now over two hundred Florida, doctors have signed an open letter to Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry, calling on him to at least institutes, social distancing and mask mandates at the RNC. Joining us now is one of the doctors who signed that letter. Dr Carolyn mcclanahan who works at a clinic for the working uninsured also in the State Attorney for Palm? Beach County Dave Ehrenberg a doctor mcclanahan. What is the risk of the RNC taking place with people not necessarily having to wear masks and all clustered together I. Ask this because so far at trump events. They have removed stickers. To Guide people about social distancing, and they have clustered people together all chanting and waving their arms in a hot environment at least two that I can think of right now. I think it's possible to conceive that they would try and do this again in Jacksonville. How dangerous could that be for people as it pertains to the coronavirus? Well, this definitely can be a nightmare. One of the problem is when you get a bunch of people you can say social distance, but people don't social distance and one of the problems that has really irked me in Jacksonville's. Our mayor has not in had a mandate for face bass, wearing yet, and we definitely needed. Our numbers are surging in Jacksonville. I work at a clinic for the working uninsured. It's a free clinic and they are the servers at these. Bars Janitors, and they'll be cleaning up after people I'm so nervous that are cases are just going. Just search from all of this. Dave Ehrenberg. I'm just curious. After watching pences event yesterday. I believe it was in Dallas where there was a choir, a large choir singing all standing close together a I know at trump rallies. They had people sign a disclaimer saying that the trump campaign can't be held liable if you could track the coronavirus. AH, trump valley rally, but what about the RNC in the State of Florida If we get a surge in light of the RNC, is it truly not the Republican Party that could be held liable for clearly violating CDC guidelines violating science, and and the advice that has been given from the government about what it takes to stay safe from the coronavirus. Meka there could be some civil liability if you can specifically tie a case of coronavirus to that event, although the RNC would probably say a million different reasons why that person contracted coronavirus not are super spreader event, but as possible, but you can rest assured that attendees are the RNC. We'll be forced to sign the same type of waiver as the people in Tulsa. This is crazy and Dr Caroline should be commended in writing that letter, but I don't think it's GonNa make much of a difference when the individuals who are making the decisions here. The governor and the mayor of Jacksonville will be taking their marching orders on these matters from one person one person alone. President trump and president trump does not want. The convention moved again. He wanted in Jacksonville at the end of August, and he doesn't want people to be forced to mass because he doesn't want the world to see a pack convention with his supporters wearing masks, because president trump sees it as a sign of weakness, and it runs counter to his narrative of transitioning to greatness. It's sad that when it comes to public health that it is now politicized, but that's what we have in the year twenty twenty. Doctrine, mcclanahan Casey haunt has a question for you Casey. Casey Dr Good Morning. If, even if every precaution was followed, if every single person in that all wore masks, if were sanitizing everything after every event taking the extra time is it? Is it at all possible? This would be a safe thing to enter at all. Setting aside I mean we've seen those pictures from the rallies. The president himself fuses to wear masks. I'm not saying that these things will happen, but is it even possible to make it safe? No I mean you're asking for Nirvana for them to act like it's the perfect, and it won't be and so even with mask wearing. There is a small amount of transitions that can occur, and I just concerned that even if they do all the best things that with that many people, that's a lot of people for even a half a percent transmission to occur, though it's not gonNa work, and it just crazy. The Democrats are planning totally virtual convention. Why can't the Republicans can do that and I just WanNa? Be Clear here we are. We don't care which convention it is or whatever it is. There shouldn't be a convention putting all those people together. Dr Carolyn mcclanahan. Thank you very much Dave Ehrenberg. We'll see you once again later this week. Thank you as

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A Turning Point: Race Relations In Sports

The Big Story

10:20 min | Last week

A Turning Point: Race Relations In Sports

"It has now been more than four weeks in George. Floyd was murdered nearly a month since we all watched him. Take his last breaths. It feels like so much is different, but real actionable change that takes time. Many who took to the streets in protests have now resumed their daily lives, so now seems appropriate to discuss how sport will handle affairs moving forward. As North American teams and Leagues Continue Their Return to play processes. It is vital that the conversations and promises made when the racial issue was hottest that they do not go away. In a few moments, we will welcome in our panel to discuss how that should happen, but first a look at how we got here in the first place. He will have color have been argued about beliefs, and that's not right. That's not right by any was standards. The point he was making gut twisted from the start. The beginning when Colin Kaepernick I made is public protests peacefully heap I sat on the bench during the national anthem to bring awareness. There's a lot of things that need to change once one specifically police brutality. There's people being murdered unjustly and not being held accountable. It was the summer of two thousand sixteen, when he bursts truly used his platform as an NFL quarterback to speak out against systemic racism by police in the weeks leading into that preseason payment. San Francisco capper Nick had watched. We all had. To white officers pinning down Alton Sterling. And pumping. into his chest and back. He saw the traffic stop in Minnesota when Philander Casteel was killed in front of his girlfriend in charge. And captured it could not understand how mental health therapist Charles Kinsey could be shot by police when he was lying on the ground with his arms up in the air, people of color have been targeted by police. Cops are getting paid leave. For killing people. That's not right. That's not right by anyone's standards. And yet from the beginning law in. pre-game gesture was misrepresented and downright manipulated. The Christ came that he was disrespecting the flag that it was a slap in the face to military personnel. But when active soldiers pointed out, they serve to provide their citizens with the freedom of speech that capture nick was exercising. That narrative quickly was quashed when army veterans who had been in battle, echoed that very sentiment out of national football league buildings team needs I would be disappointed if any of our players didn't stand up for the national anthem personally. I, look at that as a salute to the people who have paved the way for us. Our Organization believes that. You should. Respect the flag and so you'll save those individual decisions to expression show. On individual form. And that became the prevalent message. Don't do it here. Stick to sports. The underlying tone. How dare you protest without our approval we're. Do you get off? Colin Kaepernick criticizing anyone in another uniform. Right the men and women lead for this, I- scenic. First hand. For. Somebody do that to get paid millions of dollars. It's ridiculous. Cabinet remained undeterred. United States Army Bet. Nate! Boyer who did tours of duty in Iraq, and Afghanistan encouraged him to kneel and not sit. By, taking a knee voyeur told him you show your respect for fallen brothers that way. So capture nick did. And then more NFL players followed. And yet the public and political conversation in the US would not steer toward police brutality. No matter how much star athletes peacefully attempted to. And the leader in America's biggest chair. Amy Shirley Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners? When somebody disrespects our flag to say, get that son of a job appealed right now out each fire. I! Capture Nick became a source of division for standing up against injustice. He hasn't taken a snap since that twenty sixteen season. And at this year Super Bowl USA. Today's jared bell minced no words on why that is I. Think it's pretty obvious. He's been blackballed for Colin Kaepernick not to have a job is just. It's the worst look for the NFL. No conversation was more dominant inside NFL. Locker rooms that season than the Kapernick one teams are made up of players of all ages of all backgrounds of so many ethnicities. If you actually want to listen to different perspectives. If you're an athlete who would want to hear what your peers had to say, there would be no shortage of takes to soak in. But fundamentally the want would be to understand capper knicks fundamental point. After George Floyd one of the League's biggest stars reminded us that many still didn't I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country. Maybe that was the crossroads moment because the reaction to. It felt like something had changed almost as. That won't cut. It anymore drew. brees in the rest of the NFL were told right away, the new. Orleans quarterback came under fire. The players in the league had just about enough of the establishment silence. They had captured message. They were not gonNA. Let owners and Roger Goodell get away with it this time. Would have other Jewish Knowledge George if I was. I was George Void. Jewish. And say hi in. Regard. To me right. Breezes all pro receiver found Dallas's bruising runner and Houston's electrifying quarterback, and Kansas City Super Bowl Mvp. And Obi. And they all let you know. We. Condemn Racism and assistant. Matic oppression of black people. National League, admit wrong and silence our players from protesting. Also. Black lives matter black lives matter. Like loves. To Have Patrick Mahomes the next superstar the NFL. Front and center. That was massive. And the very next night the commissioner uttered the words you never imagined would happen. We the National Football League Immune. We were wrong for not listening NFL players earlier. And encourage all speak out in peacefully protests. Read the National Football League believe black lives matter. Progress. Probably a step forward. You want to believe so. The day after the commissioner changed his tune, breeze went to social media again. He'd already made his hollow apologies without actually saying sorry, and he finally seemed to be listening to what some teammates had to say, and after all of that even drew brees somewhat stood up to the president. It won't Change Donald Trump of course, but maybe it will make others think. Perhaps it will create more uncomfortable conversations to allow for a greater understanding among all of us. And at the very least it has given others throughout sport. To have the freedom to finally say their piece open believing they may at last be heard. Or country is in, trouble. Basic reason is race. You're seeing an example of future. That's fighting for you for you. Right now a fine for you got a grandfather that march legs. Dr King in the sixties. And he was amazing. You'll be proud to see us all. Got Pushing? Forward Doing Casey marched with his family. Members of Detroit's organization. An NBA coach using his voice. Over in Jacksonville Jaguars personnel were among the demonstrators. North Philly's finest. He walked. Kyle Lowery's we can. Priorities were set. This though. This is just the start. To silence of countless elites spoken loud. Until you see action from an, don't forget by the leaks themselves. We wonder what the real commitment to progress actually is. What capper protests was about from. The beginning can no longer be debated. And it is now crystal clear to all of us that no athlete should just shut up and dribble. Nelson Mandela famously said. Sport has the power to change the world. Since George, Floyd perhaps we have learned that change can come more from our sporting icons using their voice platform in pursuit for justice than any jumper were swing. Or goal or touched them. Stick to sports. Sure let's stick to sports bettering the world in a new way. Let's start hearing the real message now. And most of all, let's not get the words and actions like Hafer. Knicks twisted. When he tried to begin the real conversation. Before US AGO!

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Santa Clara County officials push to declare racism a public health crisis

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:07 min | Last week

Santa Clara County officials push to declare racism a public health crisis

"Santa Clara county supervisors are considering resolutions that would declare racism a public health crisis Casey this is Kerry who dissect reports that the effort is meant to support the black lives matter movement while problems of inequity aren't new in Santa Clara county board of supervisors president Cindy Chava says a recent black lives matter demonstrations have fueled them to take action what is good about this moment is heighten the consciousness of a nation this is a modern reflection of that movement and and I think more importantly what it just reaffirms is that we weren't done considering racism as a public health crisis she wants more resources to go toward public health and early child care one of the things we know is that the African American community has a much higher level of diabetes hypertension and infant mortality and a lot of that we believe can be really tied back to to racism the goal is to address these inequities for communities of color from birth this is asking that the county start using an equity lines in terms of its funding your zip code shouldn't determine how soon you die or whether not you go to college in San Jose Kerry had a sack

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NASCAR says noose found in Wallace's garage

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:15 sec | Last week

NASCAR says noose found in Wallace's garage

"NASCAR's investigating a noose found in the garage of the only black driver in the Cup series before Sunday's rainout race at Talladega Alabama Bubba Wallace reacted he will not give in or back down two weeks ago on a successfully pushed NASCAR to ban the Confederate flag it race

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"casey you" Discussed on Killer Knowledge

Killer Knowledge

03:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"casey you" Discussed on Killer Knowledge

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Miami - DeSantis plays down Florida's rise in cases

Tony Katz and the Morning News

03:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Miami - DeSantis plays down Florida's rise in cases

"A scam police want you to be aware of if you're trying to collect unemployment stand later we'll have that story and how does the U. S. stay ahead of China her Darling reports on that those stories and more coming up after fox news on ninety three W. why BC W. Y. B. C. H. T. one Indianapolis and it's now seven o'clock Senate Republicans are ready hi Dave Anthony fox news output for their policing reform plan the day after president trump's executive order we must improve accountability increased transparency and invest more resources in police training recruiting and community engagement let's look rats were critical congressman James Clyburn told fox to move and does not go far enough they may advance their bill and a house committee today after the Senate legislation is unveiled fox's Rachel Sutherland as more live did the Republican crafted justice act would encourage police departments to eliminate chokeholds it also includes a tracking mechanism for use of force and no knock warrants GOP senator Tim Scott says his bill has most of what Democrats want but draws the line ending qualified immunity which protects officers from civil lawsuits for using pills in their legislation and that's why Mitch McConnell said it's a nonstarter for those poison pills the Republican bill also links federal funding to increase use of body cameras they've raised a little more protests overnight in the Richmond Virginia they took down another Confederate statue Florida's Republican governor understand this is downplaying a spike in new coronavirus cases that's led to some bars and restaurants to close in Jacksonville beach is not interested in pausing re opening statewide rejecting calls for making masks in public mandatory Florida had more than twenty seven hundred new cases Tuesday its largest one day increase since the pandemic began Arizona's ICU capacity is it more than eighty percent while in Texas covert hospitalizations reached an all time high this week fox's Casey Stengel Connecticut is you know virus declines with moving forward today with more re openings people great restaurants going to bowling alleys movie theaters not everyone though he's saying they're ready to go back inside died in prison America is listening to fox news W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go Wednesday morning violent morning a mostly sunny sky fifty eight degrees in the circle city eighty seven is the high today I'm John Herrick for golden oak lending here's what's trending at seven OO to seven people shot two killed all within the span of a few hours two people were killed on Bolton Avenue it all started around one twenty this morning police responded after a car driving southbound on boards and ran off the road and came to a stop in someone's backyard inside that car police found the two victims that we know about with gunshot wounds both of those men are dead the reason police believe there may be a third victim is that they found a blood trail from that car leaving the scene so they're working to see if they can follow that to

Trump campaign plans to resume rallies in 2 weeks

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump campaign plans to resume rallies in 2 weeks

"By the way the president announced the rallies will resume in about two weeks so we'll get you the exact date and time here in the next day or two and a new poll out says American support of the law and order president president trump eighty three percent so they're satisfied with police response fifty nine percent said police improve the situation when they were called to their location when needed so again the president is running on the lawn order a platform even though Joe Biden insists he is not for defining the police good luck separating yourself from the rest of the Democrat party on

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Police officer prays with protester in 'touching' photo

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Police officer prays with protester in 'touching' photo

"You have seen a lot of I'm sorry pictures of police officers kneeling with protesters laying down with protesters which I don't think really does much good but with this powerful photo does an image of hope in turbulent times a police officer natural offer guarantee Hoskins tasked with protecting the central precinct started talking with a peaceful protester a black man about preaching their shared faith Hoskins was white and this a protester who is black started talk about and then they embraced and they could see they were praying heads were piled up praying for peace praying for resolution to racism and what happened to George Floyd what's happened to these law enforcement officers who have been injured or killed in the line of duty in the dawn of a Bruce at a time when we need our churches and our temples and our mosques for most they are unavailable to us might this not be the answer instead of taking to the streets and looting and rioting and violence let's take to our houses of worship and pray together because pressure after all is one of most powerful things we

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George Floyd murder suspect to appear in court in Minnesota

Jim Bohannon

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

George Floyd murder suspect to appear in court in Minnesota

"The former Minneapolis police officer charged with the second degree murder of George Floyd will be in court today the original charge of third degree murder was upgraded last week by Minnesota AG Keith Ellison to unintended second degree murder I believe the evidence available to us now supports the stronger Charles this is Casey believes a solid but historically it's been difficult to convict police officers of murder Hennepin county DA Mike Freeman has been successful in that endeavor however the conviction of former officer Mohammed nor for the killing of Justine Ruszczyk as he responded to her nine one one call nor was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison if shopping is convicted he faces forty years in

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Dallas Police Adopts 'Duty To Intervene' Policy To Prevent Abuse

KRLD Saturday Morning News

02:03 min | Last month

Dallas Police Adopts 'Duty To Intervene' Policy To Prevent Abuse

"The Dallas police department is getting some new policies designed to promote equity officers will have to warn suspects before firing their weapon and they'll also have to intervene when they see one of their colleagues using unnecessary force Dallas city council member Casey Thomas asking police chief Rene hall about how the department is going to be enforcing those requirements what would be the consequence of someone who violate the policy of a duty to you know bring in what will be the consequences although it also violates warning before shooting with them I like that one will not have a situation where someone has been killed probably after American male who was on hold and see what the game will be there along with next time I'll probably be leaving the protest if that happens so talk to me about their consequences for violations of these two policies in particular so I agree with with with with with what what you're you're saying saying also also many many you're you're absolutely absolutely right right and and so so what what we we look look at at is is the the incident incident itself itself what the outcome is and those officers involved our discipline up to the point of being terminated so you know if you have a duty to intervene and and let's say it's not necessarily excessive force when it's recording some sort of violation that that the individual was not supposed to do what that makes we see a different level of discipline someone who is using excessive force on Hank and I Hank individual or a crime applying pressure to the neck that would warrant termination so the it it's it will be different circumstances were different instead and that's Dallas police department chief Renee hall in that apartment already bans choke holds that policy went into effect back in two thousand import

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A.O. Scott on the Work of Wallace Stegner

The Book Review

03:33 min | Last month

A.O. Scott on the Work of Wallace Stegner

"Were some of those big questions that stagner wrestled with in his writing the segments such a fascinating writer for one thing, and I don't really get into into the peace, but he really spans generate. I don't think there are that. Many writers who cover quite the same amount of time as he does, so he he's born in nineteen o nine and grew up in various places around the western United States to Seattle Salt. Lake City not just the United States schedule on, but he started writing in the thirties is first. Four novels were published in the thirties and kept writing and kept going up until his death in. In nineteen ninety-three, the big novels that people tend to read the to that that are probably the most red angle of repose and crossing to safety are from the seventies and eighties. And he already had you know four or five decade career behind him. At that point, you know it's almost a cliche to think of him as a Western writer because he taught at Stanford for many years, he founded the creative writing program. At Stanford, the creative writing fellowships still bear his name there. A lot of his nonfiction is about the West about ecology about the settlement of the West. He wrote a really fascinating book in the forties called Mormon country about Utah Settlement Utah. Conflicts between Mormon and Non Mormon? Population and native Americans there, so the West is kind of his big theme, but it's always in opposition to the Western as we think been in movies or in popular Western literature sort of the mythology the west so. The whole idea of cowboys and railroad man. Rugged individualists, the whole myth of. Western expansion Western settlement something that he's always looking at from a very critical angle. When we think about this idea of like the great American writer and the Great American novel, which is probably all just a false notion, while the feels like in many people's minds like a terrible. Oh, that people know of Wallenstein. They, know the title usually angle of repose and crossing to safety both books that sold very well as in addition to being critical success says. But he's not one of those people that's on the curriculum. For example you said in your essay that he's the writer that you come across on shelves of books where you like you rent a cabin for the summer, and there are inevitably a copy or two of worn paperbacks of his novels, and and and that's the way I came across stagner. What is his reputation in the country? Did he get the recognition that he deserved I think in his lifetime. He was pretty well. We won or was a finalist for most of the major awards Pulitzer in the National Book Award, and he he was a very powerful and important figure in the world of creative writing. I mean the the the list of his students you know includes Berry. Edward Abbey Tillie Olsen Robert Stone Larry. mcmurtry Ken Casey so the people who pass through Stanford and were stagner fellows. There is part of legacy in American writing. Kind of off to the side of whether people are still reading his books, but but I think there is this interesting status where it's not that he's obscure, forgotten neglected, but he's feels a little bit. Marginal to me a little bit, maybe unassimilated.

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'Sesame Street' and CNN holding town hall to discuss racism with kids

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

00:32 sec | Last month

'Sesame Street' and CNN holding town hall to discuss racism with kids

"You are having a hard time explaining what's going on right now to your kids and you want to start a meaningful discussion with them about race and racism, sesame street is ready to help sesame street, teaming up with CNN to host a town hall called coming together, standing up to racism that will air on CNN tomorrow morning at ten, a. m., c. n. n. Van Jones and Eric Hill, join big bird elmo and other sesame street characters to help talk to kids about racism, the protests going on all over the country, and how to be more inclusive and understanding.

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"casey you" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

10:06 min | 2 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"Pretty big deal and now back to this pretty big deal now. I'm not saying that I try to create viral opportunities. But just everybody's looking for that viral moment and like you keep hearing brand say we need a viral moment? We need something but anytime anything is forced. It never happens to fuck with their talk. I just feel like it's for the baby's due to a very very old on technology. I don't know how I mean. I have an account like sometimes I post office. All the the kids like that and it's like six views in three weeks later like no. We will try harder next time. Now see now. I don't want to do that but tick Tock has taught me that I know nothing about how to make something viral because I'll see videos and take that had like three hundred million views and it's just beyond the realm of something I could have considered. The velocity of that platform is is is more so than maybe any other social platform out there fighting to get on talk guys. Take Todd every but it takes really shown me that it for somebody. Viral is almost impossible to define. You heard it here for each says. You don't know what the appetite is. You don't know what the audience wants to see. I mean I love the funny videos on Instagram. Just kinda get start getting passed around and they're like you know look thirty seconds Max and it's just I don't know some old lady in the back seat saying something crazy or wig falls off for her teeth pop out the woman screaming at the other kids that when the kids are like why are you swearing in front of your children's shows. My children can't hear me right now. They're watching the kids. Bop just exploded. Anybody see the kids. But you saw it so good. Isn't it so you're also really known for your stunts? What do you feel like is the craziest stunt that you've like already pulled off or that? You pulled off ever a movie that I made. That was actually one of the most violent movies I've ever made in. Two thousand twelve on Youtube was called bike lanes. Oh Oh my gosh. I saw a good move. It's so good fun movie my friends. I found it. Yes I was riding my bike near from the cops for writing outside the bike lanes so like I said the being the video was made the video where I wouldn't leave the bike lane no matter what so what was in front of me. I'll just go at it and those stunts were really hard. There was no. There's just me running to the back of a taxi cab at full speed or running into a garbage at full speed hitting whatever was in front of me. He didn't hurt yourself. No but I feel like if you do it right now. Definitely are that was like the very tail end of like being that like having that sense of invulnerability where you can't get her now very aware of it. How way was your biggest Video that you ever made that made like a very big social change. Because I know it's important to you. As well will the Nike Video. We talked about a while ago. Had such a big impact my career that after that I got so many offers from other brands and they were always the same thing. Do for us. What you did for Nike you frustrated pressure got like. I can't do that again did it. Once but I remember I think it was. Paramount pictures universal. I'm pretty sure about like we have a new movie coming out. It's about celebrating the spirit of life. Can you make a video for us? That like your Nike Video Dot. That and this was just at as a huge typhoon had like really just ravaged. Philip the Philippines I remember like the same day I got the offer seeing on TV. That people were using axes to try to break through water mains because I think you just drink water thousand level of desperation their so called the city of back and I was like. I'll do this if you give me all the cash upfront. There were me like twenty five grand all cash upfront. And I'm just going to donate it to the Philippines and I do this as a gesture video about this donation and they reluctantly. We're like okay. There's one champion with another. That was like we'll just. Let's do it if this whole thing is the shit. We're gonNA pretend this never happened. How but I couldn't give the money away. Nobody would take it. Why because in order as I tried to give it to a number of NGOs and they were like. Where is this coming from coming from paramount? Pictures as part of a marketing thing. But they give it to me and I'm GONNA give it to you WanNa touch and know what it makes. I understand like it's not a good look them to take money if it's part of an eye so after like a day of researching now we'll figure it out. So my buddy Austrian. I just flew the Philippines with all this money right. And we're like we will figure out how to give this away so we literally like couldn't get trucks. We rent a huge buses. We went to like the Costco. The Philippines bought all of the rice. In all the foodstuffs we could afford and then we like drove it in there and we found some like locals that were like. You're not allowed to get past road blocks and stuff here. We'll show you how to actually get this the people and we went there and we distributed And we did it. All ourselves with the help of locals But with without an established NGOs or anything like that and the only ad campaign. I've ever done that. I lost a significant amount of money because it wasn't just the twenty five grand. I was paying for her of course but it's totally worth thin. And that's you know there's moments where we want to get back and what a great opportunity for you to the food we gave was dropping the half right. Maybe we helped a few a few hundred people. It was the best we could do. But that movie was seen by four or five six million people and it brought so much attention to what these individuals were dealing with that that attention while the value the small amount of money and food and health that we were able to actually give and that was the goal in the only marketing that was in it was at the very end. Was LIKE. Thanks for letting us do this. You work so hard you have like. You're you're you have a lot of videos under your belt first of all but I feel like your personal life. Flake must take a hit. Because I want to know what your routine is. It must be wild sleep. E- exercise from me throat place because I heard a rumor. You don't like it. I like Food Nedeli. Sleep to my favorite. I just don't understand that. Sleep food. The wind these are things that just exist when the win. You don't like the WHOA. Okay can you please explain the sleep in the food? I appreciate them and I understand that. A human to live and thrive. You need both of those things. But to me they're just obstruct just getting my way like I like. I flew here today from from the east six. Did you have a plane why slept? I didn't sleep last night and I wanted to be fully rested for our sit down here. And it was such a bummer. 'cause like I really could have used that five and a half hours at this video that are making and I wasn't able to sleep eat unplanned. No sleeping did you eat when he landed. No you don't get angry. I'm not sure they need it. No you don't get angry. My daughter gets thing now and food. Yeah there's a pill that can take to like it could just fill you up. That's just very strange to me. But you know what we design and Casey. You've got your own thing going on. I'm glad you brought up your daughter. 'cause I've been asking. Please talk about her baby us. I need I need all the baby information. That's out there. Do you have any like just fatherhood. Parenthood advice I'm having a boy I didn't know you're having given name tell me now. We have a name. Here's a piece of parenting advice. Don't tell anyone the name until he's bored. No I know we're not because you say the name and then one person in your life that's cute but you know instead of that you know it's cuter. Is this the rest of your life? They're gonNA know your kid not doing so. O N my son that I had when I was very young. He's not twenty one twenty one. He's in college. You Act like you're twenty. One were the same age very interesting. You're thirty eight nine. Thirty eight thirty two girls two little girls a one year old. Almost five year olds. They're really special. So what's the number one takeaway from being a parent you can say like? This is what this is why I want to also remind you that you're about to have this. This is something special. Are you gonNA keep going? I want to okay okay. The advice is pay attention and again like to sound to not Rome. Is it myself again? It's like you'll never be able to do with this little guy and poor little man. I'm sorry but it just like you're trying to figure it out you're trying to sleep. You're trying to deal with your own body. Your relationship with your husband like there's so many things you're trying to figure out that you you're gonNA miss it right. It's just the way it works. And then it really motivates you to have another one because this time by the time the second. What's all that other bullshit? You like you got that interesting but now you get to patient to appreciate this little thing. Do you wish you would've liked taken? More videos. Photos journaled no with with Owen. It's like it's it's tough but lower baby baby baby and I wish that I paid attention more With my first daughter fancy like I wish I had paid attention more and I'm sure like four years now sand lake with Georgia. I wish pay attention more. You can have another one. My wife wants another one immediately but no no no no. You'll get like no that's scary. You know what how that works. No women have to go through. I mean I was in the room for three birds. I'm saying it's the time of children like to get it permanently done like it's way more of a thing. We have to get her tubes tied the whole thing. We're not GONNA do that. You go in. It's like a you go and you go out the same day after cut Niro certain areas. I'm irrationally terrified of the sector. Maybe he'll just say one. Who knows speaking of your wife Candice? What tried to bring it here today. Why didn't she come listening to this reason? As she is going to parent daughter therapy with Francine the three year olds the. Yeah the oldest four before because franny and Cheang and my wife are starting to like. They're like they're two women in the House that they fight sometimes and because candace you know as her relationship with her mother and looks back names like what do I wish my mom..

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"casey you" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

14:16 min | 2 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"Today we are talking to Casey. Nice Sat. Casey is a filmmaker and boundary breaking creator. He's a world-class trailblazer and business owner. Who has inspired generations to do the impossible in this episode? We TALK ABOUT INSANE. Stunts family making your own rules and so much more facing. Yeah this is a usually on podcast. Productions spank no in fact when we were emailing earlier today I was like. Is this just like a recording thing or are we going to be on campus? Yeah full face of makeup. Inherit like for hours to talk to you because you first of all your like the King of Youtube you started before everybody then you are the man you have way more videos than I could even go and research haven't seen all of them now. Don't even play games. Okay take it off. But you know people who've seen them no. There's a thousand videos. I haven't seen them all shot up. No we when we were doing season one of pretty big deal at three six eight nine. Which is your office. Thank you very much. There was `Paparazzi hanging out outside of your office. You're a pretty big deal bro. Kids that.

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"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"That was <Speech_Telephony_Male> I. Mean I <Speech_Telephony_Male> opening honestly. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> You're <Speech_Female> kind I. Do <Speech_Female> want you to know Joey. <Speech_Female> We all fucking <Speech_Female> fall in love, and we <Speech_Female> all get our heartbroken, <Speech_Female> and if that <Speech_Female> doesn't happen to all of <Speech_Female> us man, that's <Speech_Female> like a missed opportunity <Speech_Female> on <Speech_Female> like the essential <Speech_Female> human experience <Speech_Female> right, but so <Speech_Female> please know that <Speech_Female> you're on your journey. <Speech_Female> You're on your dream <Speech_Female> and. <Speech_Female> Be like <Speech_Female> eight more <SpeakerChange> heartbreaks. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Happen <Speech_Male> again. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> I. <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> love you so <Speech_Female> much. Thank you, <Speech_Male> Joey. <SpeakerChange> You just <Speech_Male> sound awesome. Bring <Speech_Telephony_Male> so much! This <Speech_Telephony_Male> podcast is amazing. <Speech_Telephony_Male> It's a really kind <Speech_Telephony_Male> of a safe place <Speech_Telephony_Male> to go to so. <Laughter> <Speech_Female> That is <Speech_Female> the biggest compliment <Speech_Male> I could <SpeakerChange> receive. <Speech_Male> Thank you, <Speech_Telephony_Male> thank you so much <Speech_Music_Female> by you guys. <Speech_Music_Female> Joey. <Speech_Music_Female> <Music> <Music> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> A joke? <SpeakerChange> Do you have <Speech_Female> a favorite show? <Speech_Female> Oh God. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Awful, <Speech_Female> the only one I can think of <Speech_Female> is not appropriate for these times. <Speech_Female> Literally, the only joke <Speech_Female> coming to my head is my <Speech_Female> grandfather told me <Speech_Female> not <Speech_Female> a love, GRANDPA <Speech_Female> Joe. Okay Okay <Speech_Female> three couples <Speech_Female> die in a car <Speech_Female> crash there in Heaven <Speech_Female> Saint Peter's at <Speech_Female> the gate. The first guy goes <Speech_Female> up and Saint Peter <Speech_Female> says to the guy. <Speech_Female> You know what <Speech_Female> we can't let you <Speech_Female> in here. You liked alcohol <Speech_Female> so. So much <Speech_Female> you married a woman named <Speech_Female> Sherry. You can't <Speech_Female> come in. This is terrible. <Speech_Female> Second guy comes up and <Speech_Female> he's like you can't come in <Speech_Female> here either he goes. <Speech_Female> You loved money <Speech_Female> so much were so gluttonous <Speech_Female> for money you named a woman <Speech_Female> named penny <Speech_Female> married a woman named Penny, <Speech_Female> and this is not <Speech_Female> right for these <Speech_Female> led. The last <Speech_Female> guy goes to his <Speech_Female> wife well fanny. <Speech_Female> Let's get out Outta <Speech_Female> here. <Speech_Female> Funny nobody <Speech_Female> a lot. <Speech_Female> Of people <Speech_Female> are looking at me like when <Speech_Female> I said Tinker Toys. <Speech_Female> That's <Speech_Female> my Grandpa Fred told <Speech_Female> that a lot and <Speech_Female> it's not great <Speech_Female> i. don't even know knees <Speech_Female> fucking <SpeakerChange> awesome. <Speech_Female> No, he <Speech_Female> loved. <Speech_Female> We? <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> GEES fanny. <Speech_Female> or <Speech_Female> Yes, I think <Speech_Female> he's asked, but I think <Speech_Female> we can extrapolate that. <Speech_Female> He loved it all. <Speech_Female> Good <Speech_Female> yeah most <SpeakerChange> men <Speech_Female> do most men <Speech_Female> do all <Speech_Female> Casey. <Speech_Female> Thank you. <Speech_Female> I'm so happy <Speech_Female> to have been here I am. <Speech_Female> It's nice to do <Speech_Female> someone else's podcast. <Speech_Female> The Not <Speech_Female> will not be <Speech_Female> on your side of it. <Speech_Female> You are <SpeakerChange> invited <Speech_Female> anytime. <Speech_Female> It's called Bitch session. <Speech_Female> It's about the real <Speech_Female> housewives and it's very <Speech_Female> stupid <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> highbrow people <Speech_Female> who love garbage thing <Speech_Female> I love that idea. <Speech_Female> Sometimes. We just need <Speech_Female> to shut off and <Speech_Female> it's safe Swiss. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Times <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> all the time like <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> eighteen hours a day. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Thank you so much for <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> having. The <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> light. Thank you so <Speech_Music_Female> much <SpeakerChange> for being <Music> here,

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"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

12:55 min | 4 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"For being a part of unqualified and thank you for supporting our sponsors. Here's what we're about to do. We'RE GOING TO CALL SOMEBODY. Who's going to ask us for advice? Okay and then we will blue Attempt but you're gonNA give great advice. Do rbis all right. We're going to do our best. That's all we can do it all we can do. That's all we can do. Hello Hi is this Joey Hi hi hi. It's on affairs. Hi Joey. It's Casey Wilson. Hurry Nice to meet you guys. Will you tell us what's going on? So basically are a have been trying to move forward in future relationships dating and trying new things and talking to new people but I find it hard to have that like really good connection with someone because I have a couple of X.'s. That's still really tried to stay in my life not to move forward with the but they just like I guess like if I move forward at bothers them and they always just want to be around and there was one who I kind of considered the one that got away anytime into. It's just awkward and I've tried the whole Nice Approach. The mean approach this flat out ignoring approach. And it's no matter what I do. He's always there and I start to like compare whoever I'm talking to currently into that relationship. Okay well here. My questions initially. Do you still have feelings? Of course you do if you describe him as the one that got away right. Yeah he'll always be my heart in my experience. I don't know if this is true for you or other people but my in my experience with my breakup. There's always this feeling of like I don't know if it was like you or whatever but of course I always wanted somebody even if I didn't care for them at all to be begging me back I mean that's like if you were fantasy and if never really had that usually I had to break up with them because they really were making it clear that they did not like me as much as I liked him. So are you looking for a relationship though Joey? Do you want to begin one? It's not exactly my current goal to like. Try and be in a relationship but I feel like every time. The opportunity does present itself. I somehow run away or push that person away like kind of on purpose and I just think is that because I'm wanting that same magical experience I've had before in the new relationship or I don't know I guess I the question of I don't really know what I want but I know I don't want to stay where I'm at think that your happiness into something that most people go through. Which is the idea of like when you fall in love and you have these intense relationships especially in your teens and twenties and when things don't work out you like are searching for the euphoria that happens early on when you're falling in love and then you're searching for the solution of like why the relationship ended so. I don't know if you ended these relationships and we were always trying to protect our pride right like so. Yeah right any break-up even if you're the when you did it or if you're the breaker upper or the breakup e or whatever it still there's pride issues that you're dealing with like why didn't this work or like what is it about me. They didn't why they fight harder. Or whatever or pick a guy. That's better right. Wait Yeah did you break up with him or he broke with. You broke up with me. Okay and how long ago? That's the part about is that it's been four years since we've broken up and he still like always like there wouldn't docking like when you say you run into him. Yeah well I work in a public place and he always comes there even though there is no need to or if I do run into him like out at a bar or something you always makes it a point to just Kinda like me in the corner and talk about the PAT. Seems like he wants you to stay like him. He wants to keep you in that time but he wants to be free to go. I think maybe would it help you to draw boundary with him and just say like Hey. Don't come into my store like I'm trying to move on if you truly want that. Yeah but here's the problem. Yeah if I were Joey in my twenties. I would be excited to see my ex. I now come in and try to put. He's not trying to really start anything again right. I know this is the problem though. Right because you sh- probably shouldn't be in a relationship with this guy but I understand that I wholly understand but I think he's trying to have his cake and eat it too where it's like. We're not dating but I still want to know and get my ego boost that you like me. Yes exactly at first. I thought it was you know a little flattering. I was like Oh you know like you didn't want me then but you want me now. How flattering but now just like okay. Like it's been so long and I just want to move on and I don't want to have to think about you all the time. Julie. I don't understand if he's the one that got away. I you still kind of into and would you guys WanNa try anything again. If you're are you over that possibility. Yeah it's not a possibility anymore. Okay but there was a time when I would have low on it that I grew up more. I guess you could say but I think he's still bothering you. Like in your heart like it's it has unrest otherwise you would just see him. It'd be like hey like. Don't you think Casey and Joey that anybody who's had an emotional impact on your life will always be a slight nagging thread somewhere in the summertime. Your soul like like there's times when you think about a person for years or whatever they anybody who's added emotional impact on your life. They'll be there. You know what I mean. Yeah so to that point. If he's not going anywhere physically and you're going to see him. I think you have to get stronger and do a little more work on your end of things in your side of the street in terms of like. I'm not saying you're not in therapy or anything but I think if you're not going to draw the boundary with him of like. Hey I rather not see you. I think we just have to like build up your muscles of tolerance towards seeing him and not letting it affect you so that you could move on and you know what Joey. The awful thing is. I wouldn't even know how to begin giving dating advice because I've never really dated. I just happened to long-term relationship after lung. It's kind peace corps. America a stint. I totally understand that though. Jason you know that's a good point. I probably am not taking enough of that accountability and probably look a little bit more inward rather than flaming on him. No no no I don't. I don't think it's necessarily that I mean Casey thanks so Casey thinks that I don't mean it in his own. What's the word like your own confident that like you can put up a boundary without saying it to him but you have to actually get their emotionally well and also. I think that we just all have to understand the idea that we we have a like any kind of sensitive heart. We will always carry feelings of remembrance and nostalgia whether it's positive or negative towards our exes. People like so understand that Joey and you guys may have grown apart in memory sharpens itself. So you may be remembering things that were a little more. Maybe positive passionate. Maybe you are also remember in the negative things but I wonder are you still but what do you think you want with them popping up? It's our realize it's not them themselves that I miss. I miss like I guess those Special Times that we had that were like you know. Really Great Memories and Obviously the one that got away always kind of him but That's something you can't really get rid of Joey. I'm worried you're in denial. I think you still really like dude. Probably irrationally you'd probably broke up for a reason but I wonder if it's like the memory nostalgia issue happening a little bit. And then when he comes in like pop up in Your Life. It's hard to move on. Yeah Yeah I mean. The memories are still vivid as if it was just yesterday crazy to say like. Would you go out with him again? For like a Now he's an another relationship now it you know. That's why I said he needs to put up with boundary right right emotionally verbally. I think emotionally because it's a little crazy data guy who's in a relationship like don't come and seem anymore and he's like I'm not. I think you need to get stronger. Let him go where he doesn't even affect you at all truly. I think that when we are lonely researching we do get nostalgic. So you know you're thinking about some of these your previous relationships that you've felt passionately about or whatever like we all do. But I think that you're looking for solutions in the past. I just don't know if if yeah and also I know fucking sucks but now I don't know if we grow as humans all that well we don't have like a solid ass ego bruising. Like every good. They're not that your Joe. Your ego has necessarily been proved but I do think in wanting to potentially be in a relationship and figuring out like your feelings with these past relationships. I think that you may be susceptible to you. Know revisiting maybe failed things and then potentially being heartbroken. I think we've got to look towards the future. Joey yes what what are we GONNA do? What do what do we do future? Joey I think you've found lovely. I think you sound lovely and I'm not worried about you. Bet I'll thank you so much to Joey is too great thank you. That was I mean. I opening honestly. You're kind I do want you to know Joey. We all fucking fall in love and we all get our heartbroken and if that doesn't happen to all of us man that's like a missed opportunity on like the essential human experience right but so please know that you're on your journey you're on your dream and be like eight. More heartbreaks will happen again. I I love you. Thank you so much. Thank you joey. You just sound awesome. Bring so much. This podcast is amazing. A really kind of a safe place to go to. So that is the biggest compliment I could receive. Thank you thank you so much by.

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Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Think Casey and Joey that anybody who's had an emotional impact on your life will always be a slight nagging thread. Somewhere in the summertime, your soul like like there's times when you think about a person for years or whatever they anybody who's added emotional impact on your life. They'll be there. You know what I mean. Yeah, so to that point if he's not going anywhere physically, and you're going to see him I think you have to get stronger and do a little more work on your end of things in your side of the street in terms of like I'm. I'm not saying you're not in therapy or anything, but I think if you're not going to draw the boundary with him of like Hey, I, rather not see you. I think we just have to like build up your muscles of tolerance towards seeing him, and not letting it affect you so that you could move on and what joey the awful thing is. I wouldn't even know how to begin giving dating advice because I've never really dated I just. Happened, to long-term relationship after lung, it's nine. I'm. Peace Corps. America a stint. I totally understand that though. You know that's a good point I probably am not taking enough of that accountability, and probably look a little bit more inward word rather than flaming on him. No, no I don't I. Don't think necessarily that I mean Casey thanks so Casey thinks that I don't mean it in. His. Own, what's the word like your own confident that like you can put up a boundary without saying it to him, but you have to actually get their emotionally well, and also I think that we just all have to understand the idea that we we have a like any kind of sensitive heart we will always carry feelings of remembrance and Nostalgia, whether it's positive or negative towards our exes people like. So understand that Joey and you guys may have grown apart in memory sharpens itself, so you may be remembering things. That were a little more maybe positive passionate. Maybe you are also remember in the negative things, but I wonder. Are you still? But what do you think you want with them?.

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Anna Faris Is Unqualified

09:25 min | 4 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"I kept working on it. It was really sad. Actually I had to chase him to degree that the press that he loves you he totally. I think everyone every woman's like this is your guises thing like he didn't actress. You didn't write or everyone is always like the kids finding a man that loves you more than you have him. And I'm like we're the opposite. I think I think I'm more is GonNa make people feel sorry for me. I don't mean it like but I'm definitely like the more into anything he says. I'm just saying that but I do sort of feel say how you met is a thing you always go back to you. And it's like truly defines your relationship such such a deep degree like whatever you felt during that initial period is going to be like lingering backtra so we saw the childhood of your relationship so you always childhood. I'm trying to play this to my own life. So when you guys first started date you were like head over and over. He'll how did you go to the bathroom? I was sad is really go to the bathroom but I'd only really ever dated like friends before that like we're pals were buddies so I'd never really actually had the experience of being like I think maybe I I would in love. I never had had this experience. I think I thought I had so it was the shift. I don't know I always went for safe like guys that would be like my best pal like a roommate or like kind of very unintimidated people. Oh never ever put myself out there like that to where I'm like chasing someone who's just dating West Hollywood hostesses aid so then. How did you guys actually started dating press? Well I mean I was up to such strange stuff. I can't even tell you I saw a tear. Cordray made my friends do a prayer group like I was up to stop. I was like this is the person for me. I know it but it's not happening at all so finally I decided ahead to really do it and start dating other people in the news like you want to go on a date and then they'll just because I really was like no. I really do have to start dating other people. This is crazy. One time I was like I'm not gonNA speak Tim Anymore. And that's GONNA show him three agonizing months later I ran into him at a Bar. He was like hey he had no idea. We weren't speaking. That is so I was like I gotta just thirteen other people and genuinely let him go some people but I didn't even have him to let him go Susan's embarrassing. But then you guys started yet. We started eating and yeah we got engaged pretty quick. A was it difficult to work together and we had such a great time such a great time. So we've done two other shows after that together and we have such a great time working together. I think because he's a writer I will say this. He's so generous in that he really. You know it's hard to get apart especially apart for someone to see you in a different way material and fucking you know. That's why I'm with them. And it's actually this as well Is there a character that you would really love to play? That's already been played not tight. Yes slightly more grounded. I look at a career like Laura dern or someone like that. I'm always mincing about you. Know in my work and I hate when big COMEDIANS. I just WanNa do a drama. It's like please just do what we want you to do. And what we WANNA laugh at and I'm not liking myself to that but I would like to have the opportunity to do more grounded stuff and I've been doing it but in the margin okay. You brought something weird. Casey rose dear listeners. Casey's something weird is really Christmas Eve three years ago. My father put a thing of twine under the Christmas tree. Like a Spool and told my husband and I to follow this to our gift around the house. We had no fucking clue what this would be an in my closet. My childhood closet. He had gotten this as not a joke. A six foot portrait that he had made of himself. O- of himself in a fake gold leaf frame wearing a mustard blazer..

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"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"I God this is the best thing we. Wearing a mustard blazer I mean he thought I wanted that he thought someone would want that i. six feet tall portrait of himself he's. He's having an arm on a chair. She. That's Paul Wilson. Network and I asked him I said. Why would you ever think I would want this? He's like when I come into your house like you got so many photos of your Mama I'm like she died. He's like Oh i. just wanted to have one of me. Okay Casey! I, love this. So much dear listeners you really like we. We didn't do a justice. We're GONNA. Put some photos up. If your dad doesn't mind case, of course, he wants this. This is what he one looks like he wants. He wants this okay I. Really thought you need to do like a six month exchange like with a gallery. No with like your friends I got gosh. Ceremonial thing that happens. Around yeah. Hillary laid picnic where we've been asked around your dad. Made keychains of I should brought you one for my for my wedding. Because people needed that much, they wanted them under stand. Whitney Cummings has it on her keychain to stay five years later because he made that much of an impact I love. This community was joking. No this Manso. You'll see in the photos, but his hair is longer hair for a father for a businessman. Longer wait here. He also got that hair permed. After my mom died, he got a perm. Out of nowhere called me and said I'm getting a perm. Is this one of those paintings where it sort of looks like he's is following you or The. Yeah I mean. He does cutie so proud of this idea. Look so handsome, well very very sweet he he looks anemic cal Paul Wilson. Hey Dear Paul Wilson if you listen to your daughter Oh! I have to tell you very handsome, and we want to pass around this gorgeous painting all around Hollywood or Asia's? We did an unveiling Thanksgiving at my house, and he pulled it down because he wanted to. Really you know we're going to get a little plaque to what they have in a museum..

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"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

07:33 min | 4 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Okay I want to know about you. Do you play guitar. Weenie chance fuck. No NO BASE GET OUT GET OUT. Get the fuck out. Oh my God. This is so crazy. Okay because what am I was like I? Don't she's like one day? Just look at them? They're hot and I can't see you but I feel like you're hot as is we're in the back you know. Yeah fucking like we can keep the pace. I'm touching myself. Good good girl. Good girl can't wait for them to lift. That wall. Can't wait for them to lift. Is that what they do yet? Do you like chat. I really do. I think. That's a great okay. How about this huge? Your Auto Improv guys dated. I want you to know that sincerely did you do a ton of improperly. Thank know it just had a lot of lonely times in the woods behind my parents house and then that's where Chad was born all kinds of creatures record just alone outside of Seattle far from Seattle. It's a tragic story but here we are now here. We are now in the twenty Barbie Doll. We're own woman. Did something really fucking talk about the weirdness of that realization? I've never really vocalise that. But it's all true. Okay now I'm going to ask you some questions okay okay. What is your favorite ice cream flavor? Mental what was your favorite children's book. Oh the hundred dresses I duNno. It's really good. It's about girls being left out. What was your favorite Toy Child? Who Tinker Toys? Remember those and I like pople's number pople's no it's no. I'm way older than you are. He's not tinker toys. Weren't daylight from the board. I think so I think so. My parents were thrown out. Whatever the fuck they could find from a thrift store. Wow you really knew how to make your way in the world with that kind of these questions. It'd be so revealing about my parents economic asteroids tinker toy. You heard me right all right. What did you want to be growing up an actress so you were already performed a young thinks? Oh which is so annoying but yes are you. The youngest in your family know the oldest. That feels unusual. Usually the youngest feel are trying because the parents have given up on you. I loved female. Comedians watching them. Who Am I got? I Love Madeline Kahn. And Catherine O'Hara everyone on Molly Shannon Cheri Oteri. I was obsessed with clue is a big movie for me. She ever see clue. Yes I'm having deja Vu Madeline Kahn. Eileen Brennan Lesley Ann Warren I was like Oh well. Three women are in a movie and they're also funny you don't normally it's like maybe one. Goldie Hawn of course. Did you have like those comfort movies that you could watch? Yeah I was big into steel magnolias. Steel magnolias rushing over and over and over. And I've seen it about a million times I'm gonNA tell you one that I've watched over over his democratic right firms of endearment. So you're drawn. Is this like the release for you? Yes but terms of endearment is very funny. Yeah what about kids movies intake neverending story now I never wanted to some I also never. My parents never showed me like not. They showed me but I never did. You Watch all the breakfast club. All those never seen any of my friends houses my little mermaid. Of course I saw. Yeah I watch a lot of Jane. Fonda workout video was on kind of my mom's doing okay. What was your first boss-like insane absolutely insane. I was her assistant for years and years. This was in Virginia in New York. Well I mean I babysat my whole life but this was like my first boss boss and she changed her name legally to make her last. I'm just going to say her last name. Not Her first name. Her last name was Vermeer and she changed the spelling to make it so people would think she was related to the painter. Yep She went danger. Throw quarters at my head. It's no no. She would get my attention. She tried to throw him at my shoulder to get my attention and she thought it was such an idiot. Because I kept money's falling pocket so I just keep pocketing. It would be so upset. She had me come in on the treadmill and she'd be crying Wade and she'd want me to older hand kind of a as this. She was funding like very small motion picture. Thing that are ex husband was funding but we never made any films and we work for five years and oh no it was as dark. She wanted me to dress up and go to Frances mcdormand house and give her the script. It was really embarrassing and horrible jobs. You do that into one of the most intimidating people in Hollywood and just like go to her and find her. She's like I think I know her apartment building. This is wrong last thing is we were being evicted she goes don't open the door to anyone because it could be someone serving US papers. We're just GONNA stay here. They can't cacus out so if anyone knocks we get into a free standing wardrobe in her office and we stand there but I was coming in with my lunch. One day I saw Fedex guy behind me and he kinda followed me and he's like oh I need you to sign this. I wasn't thinking signed for it. He kicked us out in. That was our last day and she screamed at me like the most abusive screaming in the world. And I finally the first time I go. GimMe My fucking Jack. You fucking and it felt. I had not spoken like back to her one time. Okay what is your greatest fear leaving my children without a mother. We're just like chocolate chip. Yes okay to him. Would you most like to apologize. And why? That's a fucking hardware to an old boyfriend that I treated really badly and who was just such a nice person. That's nice that's nice. Yeah but I think most of us have a degree of that guy was when I was growing up I was unlike sea minus social level. You were oh for sure maybe depressed but I remember being not so kind. I remember being cruel. If I'm being honest to a couple of kids that were like lower than I was and I really regret that. There's a girl I'm thinking of now in third grade. That was really mean to sixth grade. I've also thought I'm like should I get in touch with her and apologize. Does that draw more attention. I've forgotten and is it the gift that we're giving ourselves by you know like wh. What is it for so complicated? You're doing that because other people weren't treating you very well. Yup I was like the it was like a shelter dog. This is so when you became such a success did those being a and they come out of the woodwork. No I lost touch with everybody so I don't know if sounds like that was good. Well I think it like I spent my middle school and high school just hoping that the world was Baker. Yeah it helps it. Oh was acting at a young age. Yeah I wonder if as oldest child did you feel more of a sense of responsibility I did. Someone was saying about sibling. Order like the oldest one is coming over the hill. I like in battle because the parents don't know what they're doing and you're kind of just the first like you're out there in the front line in a way and I'm not saying I'm here but I think you know the oldest kind of sees the most gets like the most chaotic hyper nece around the old around you so I think I was responsible. My brother and I had very different experiences growing up. I feel like a lot of siblings. There's overlap but also it's like two different childhood sometimes. Yes I agree. You're the youngest. Yeah Ok- that's Wayne Brady? You're not Bradey ACL.

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"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Families and happens in ten days, and then not engaged, but what kind of things they each other such keep keep give me like A. Walls down the walls down. Okay, you know number. Dude I'M GONNA. Be The girl. Do they die rang just that. Go deep dive the Yes. They're like I've never met anyone like this. Someone's paying for someone. gave me a hard one I feel about. Mortality! Mean a you know. I'm getting ahead of myself. Yeah, go ahead. Okay, no one has me like. Girl. What kind of question would I ask you? You'd be like. Do you have a name yet? We yes, we know each other's names. That's all we know. Okay. Okay WanNa Casey or do you want to be a different name? I'll be Casey. No, you know what? I'M GONNA be Chad okay. Okay and I'm Monica. A person's name. I want to go with Monica. Do they do that the? Their? Full disclosure. Episode but I. I'm hooked. Hey Monica. Here's what I wanNA know about you. That's what is been like. You're funny funny. You. Just make me mad. As cool, but like seriously what has been the greatest accomplishment or the most devastating thing that's happening? Well like three days ago I got broken up with, but I'm so open to love. Now it's crazy because I went on a journey I had to get over it. And now here I am and I'm feeling good. Like. You're really brave. God thank you so much for saying that you're brave honestly for saying that I'm brave. No you do know you are brave women. Chad if I know anything, it's you and that you're brave. But we, what's Been Lincoln Big Way? I'm sorry, League. Look I got. I don't have any as of yet at school. 'cause that means you have goals that are yet to be accomplished. Goals are forthcoming both on. Select! What do you WanNa do like eight years..

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"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Tell me two things. You're honest with right now. Okay, I. Think I'm honest about motherhood and I think I'm honest about like where my career isn't like what my life is and maybe what I wanted it to be, but I'm happy with what it is and I'm very clear on my place in the world. Is that make sense? It was boring. It was to articulate. It was like a new. Fat It. It. Wasn't fucked up enough. Okay, okay, yes, so tell me okay, so probably the. Not Honest about this is what I'm saying. Okay, okay, okay. You're on eating a tough, not honest working on it. What about motherhood like when you say you're honest? I find it so difficult and I think I'm honest about what wait. It's just so tiring I'm an old mom, feel and I don't like to play I. Find It so challenging. I feel confident, do you? My son seemed to like my older son really gravitated more than my husband. So I was like just thought, there was no so terribly wrong that is. Heartbreaking though, isn't it? I, mean you carry this China? Everyone's like always a Momma's boy, and I have to just keep saying no especially with your first kid. That's such a vulnerable time. It's the fallen out every. Entity anymore. What like because I remember when Jack was big more drawn to my dad or Chris or my brother Jack Jack as my son Bank as in close to the Mike you have him. Baffled my son frequently. But it was heartbreaking a little bit like when they have that bonds, and it's like you little bitch carried you mother, fucker. Yeah! I know I guess if I call my son of a bitch. Well I'm just put into into together right now. Just understanding it all. Casey okay, so we have A. Bunch of things! I WanNa talk to you. But I was just downstairs, so we're at Warner brothers, just our listeners now and it, my creepy dressing room that's filled with a bunch of fucking bridge, but whatever out of dolls well, we'll talk about that later, but so this week's episode. We're recording this on. What does it Tuesday so this week's episode? We're shooting over. This is boring, but the point is. We have six babies for one baby. Roll right because you have done a lot of babies. And have you done work with babies? Well I, bet you've worked with babies yet. Multi can. I've done like guest. Star roles on Multi Kim. Work, just single cam baby work. Will we have this routine here where we do Monday through Wednesday? Sometimes in the Thursday, we do run throughs..

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"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Hey, dear listeners. Today's guest is the wonderful actress comedian and Screenwriter Casey. Wilson. You probably know from happy endings bride. Wars Mary me and a zillion other things I really love talking with her and I hope you enjoyed the episode before we begin I, want to read a couple of your responses to our unqualified calls. The first letter is for Emily who is on the episode Judy Greer Emily has been dating a guy from her work and was concerned about. About their age difference of eighteen years, this is from Katie. Who Writes Hi, Ana. My husband and I have a nineteen year age gap and I completely understand. How Emily feels when we met I was twenty nine, and he was forty eight. We were friends from the dog park and I didn't know until the third date how old he really was! We both thought such an age. Difference would end our relationship before it even really begun. Luckily, it didn't end. End, all of my friends give me the same advice that you and judy gave emily. Age is nothing but a number. If you're happy and enjoy each other's company, it won't matter. My friends were right most of the time I forget how much older he is and other people stopped carrying. Assuming they ever did care, but emily don't have those one sided conversations in your head talked to him. Tell him your concerns. Honest communication is one of the most important. Important things in any relationship wishing you the best Katie we also received another letter for de. WHO's on episode with Ed Tros? Di Di was recently married, and is finding it difficult living on a military base with her enlisted husband. This is from Dylan. Who writes? Hey, ANA, I too was dependent in a military family, and I wanted to share this experience with D. When I was eleven in two thousand four. My mom married a guy in the British. And we moved away to Cyprus. Cyprus was great. We considered ourselves lucky. As most positions were reserved for residents of Cyprus. Unfortunately, after three years, we were moved again this time to an army base in southern England. It was an awful place. Mother became deeply depressed of course affected all of us. Even from a young age, I could see the disparity between how a man was treated on the army base compared to how A. A woman was treated. I also think that there was a lot of pressure on army wives to hurry up and have a baby. As if they just need to occupy themselves with something you would think all these women would take care of each other, but that was not the case. There seemed to be a hierarchy among the older wives, and they were very unfriendly to. My mom ended up moving several times before coming. Coming back to our homeland Scotland, and by then the military life had really taken a toll I would advise D to really think about her future, and not make any decisions lightly. Having a child will of course change her life forever i. just got back into the podcast after a period of bad health and I'm loving it so much I. Really Hope you're doing well on it and I'm sending you lots of love. Love from not so sunny. Scotland Dylan thank you. Dylan, thank you Katie and thank you, dear listeners. These stories are.

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"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Hey dear listeners. Today's guest is the wonderful actress. Comedian and screenwriter. Casey Wilson you probably know from happy endings. Bride Wars Mary. Me and a zillion other things. I really love talking with her. And I hope you enjoyed the episode before we begin. I want to read a couple of your responses to our unqualified calls. The first letter is for emily. Who is on the episode? Judy greer. Emily has been dating a guy from her work and was concerned about their age difference of eighteen years. This is from Katie. Who Writes Hi Ana my husband and I have a nineteen year age gap and I completely understand how. Emily feels when we met. I was twenty nine and he was forty eight. We were friends from the dog park and I didn't know until our third date how old he really was. We both thought such an age difference would end our relationship before it even really begun. Luckily it didn't end all of my friends giving the same advice that you and judy gave emily. Age is nothing but a number if you're happy and enjoy each other's company it won't matter. My friends were right. Most of the time I forget how much older he is and other people stopped carrying assuming they ever did care. But Emily don't have those one sided conversations in your head talked to him. Tell him your concerns. Honest communication is one of the most important things in any relationship wishing you the best Katie. We also received another letter for D. Who's on episode with Ed Tros? Di Di was recently married and is finding it difficult living on a military base with her enlisted husband. This is from Dylan. Who writes. Hey Ana I too was dependent in a military family and I wanted to share this experience with D. When I was eleven in two thousand four my mom married a guy in the British army and we moved away to Cyprus. Cyprus was great. We considered ourselves lucky as most positions were reserved for residents of Cyprus. Unfortunately after three years we were moved again this time to an army base in southern England. It was an awful place. Mother became deeply depressed of course affected all of us even from a young age. I could see the disparity between how a man was treated on the army base. Compared to how a woman was treated. I also think that there was a lot of pressure on army wives to hurry up and have a baby as if they just need to occupy themselves with something you would think all these women would take care of each other but that was not the case. There seemed to be a hierarchy among the older wives and they were very unfriendly to. My mom ended up moving several times before coming back to our homeland. Scotland and by then the military life had really taken a toll. I would advise D to really think about her future and not make any decisions lightly. Having a child will of course change her life forever. I just got back into the podcast after a period of bad health. And I'm loving it so much. I really hope you're doing well on it. And I'm sending you lots of love from not so sunny Scotland. Dylan thank you Dylan. Thank you Katie. And thank you dear listeners..

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"casey you" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Take that I mean I do it for that. One person in the crowd no. I do it because I have the drive to make so yes crowds like I want to kill in front of a crowd out. I don't WanNA play for that. One person in the back you know but I love when they come in and some people tell me intense stories and there's that connection did have recently where lorikeet winger who who has been comic idol of mine for a person to show together I went on before her did all of the material and then someone came up to me and started telling me their story and it was like an intense story she simultaneously started talking to me about me and what I did and how great it was and all the stuff and I was like I am really sorry but I just need to hear her say to the kid who was like tears in his eyes and so it was like Oh my you're like but I you know I and so that's the reality. Though is I need. I need it. I need that validation to be able to have the strength to do the stuff for those people in the crowds you know and so that's like that's that's where my career is right now. I think you're GonNa get both of those things but I think you're GonNa get what you want. I understand why you want it. 'cause we share that. I mean this is not you can be as altruistic. Dick Person as is possible but at the end of the day if you I mean this isn't the kind of work that you would do if you didn't also need to do the fucking job lake to lake to love it to love making people laugh until of having people listening to you and of course you just you just go work at like a nonprofit nonprofit. Yeah which which one do yes do you know Guy Brandon who is a queer comic a friend and he said something at the show that was fine and good and he he's got guys the best because he's not great set or whatever he is going to be like all he said so. You looked at me and as it goes. It's hard being the first and so that you know that sticks with me. It's like there's going to be those. I'm going to walk into that. I'm going to walk into a lot of like walls. Also but you know hopefully I can have a hammerhead that can knock down some of them. It's GonNa be it's GONNA be big. Tell you already friend. I like you. I can retiring Casey. This has been such a great chat. Thank you for just I just loved it. Thank you for driving in so that we can have. This conversation hadn't hadn't said a word to anyone in six hours so if I just talked and talked and talked and talked oh dream come true. This is Jim Contract before we wrap up. I just wanted to ask you about a queer queer of yours so like person organization replaced it made you feel confident strong person that you are. I have there are many and and some are there are many and I when I first heard I was like Oh do I get to talk about Gore Vidal but I didn't count because it's more personal to me my hyung-chol. David is gay and HIV positive and has been for years and was the first half the second. I'm an member that I came out to but because I needed. I needed one before the big talk 'cause I knew we were gonNA talk because he's a tucker and he has he has that empathy in spades beds that we're talking about and that through years of of being an advocate an activist and thinker and supporter of other people and he also became positive and he was he he for years resumed he was going to die and he just didn't and he survived and he got it was there were really low times but he always kind of fought back so just the like the the dueling delaying the dueling characteristics of empathy and strength are something that I like when I think about him. That's what I receive and I I just I love him forever for that even if we don't talk enough David I'm sorry I mean what a great person to having is wonderful and he's from Chicago. He's knows your comedy. Oh Shit well. What's up David Casey. Thank you so much for being in. Is there anything that you WANNA plug. I would love to play. Actually my podcast started. It's called the gay power half hour. it's a half hour comedy based. It's with my co host. Tony Soto who is as a drag queen and comic also from Chicago who is now living in Los Angeles and he's my best friend here and we have a very snappy very fun issue base but personal based thirty thirty minute gay podcast gave our half hour gave her ever awesome. Thank you thank you aw will well listeners. That's our show. Please remember to rate and review us on itunes. You can follow me on twitter at cameras potato. We're recorded by MAP Russo produced by Sierra catch and Pharrell.

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"casey you" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

07:32 min | 11 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I really wouldn't i would be way smarter more sensible more sensitive to it being a workplace if i were to try to do this again and i think that like you can't can't change the world if you don't let the world change you. I don't pretend to be changing the world in any way but i mean like you aren't going to change the world opinion view. You aren't gonna make anything good or put it into the world in a meaningful way. If you're just set on transmit you gotta be on received sometimes yeah. You got to be open to people saying like no man. You're not hearing us. That was out of control. Oh yeah right a movie set that way. That was wrong. I don't think having not been got her been there. I don't think any your options are good. I don't think there's an easy way out of any of this. I think it's super unfortunate in <hes> monica gimme a female perspective yeah <hes> um well all the things that have been popping into my head are all get in trouble but but there is a component to this conversation to this whole conversation that we don't like addressing but that is true which is that sometimes times. Women are telling the truth so again. This gets tricky because you don't want to victim blame and you don't want to ever ever make. It seem like we shouldn't be listening to people but i'm a woman and i've lied like we're capable of doing that and i think sometimes that's missing in some of these conversations the nuances gone. It's just this person's right that person's wrong. That's it the end and i wish that we could look at these things with a tiny bit more nuance and i mean every situation is is very complicated any interaction with anyone. There's a hundred billion things things going on and i think everyone can relate to that so i wish it would get disseminated and kind of projected onto some of these bigger conversations. Obviously i'm a huge supporter quarter. Obviously of women and i shouldn't say obviously actually because that's maybe a problem to where everyone's like. Maybe you gotta say it. Sometimes i support this. Yeah yeah 'cause tricky statistics that came out during the last election is like people couldn't really figure out like how earth could such a large percentage of women lemon have voted for him and not her but that seems very there's a lot of cognitive dissonance there like how how and then someone pointed out like statistically white women are benefiting from the white male patriarchy they're married to a guy who is bringing down a shitload of money and they're actually benefiting from this fucked up system so they were voting in their interests trusts which is crazy counterintuitive to what i would think. A female would want to vote for but you know you gotta acknowledge like well. Some people are winning by this system and they're incentivized to perpetuate this bizarre way. It's almost anti-feminist to say like the woman won't lie like they're human like any other person and everything's complicated and you made a really good point and it's like very compassionate and big of you to say say it's easy to be entrenched inched in your own point of view this sort of gender politics you know but i i wouldn't say that it's helpful to say that well women lie or to to approach approach. The argument from a point of view of who's lying actually doesn't help. It's sort of like when your kids are fighting and they're both saying other lying and you don't wanna inherit. I'm sure that you both might think the other person's lying like. I don't think either one of us fully lying like you if we talked about this for five hours i in separately in your rooms and your calm down. You would probably admit like okay he yes. He didn't throw the ball at me. I but i don't want to spend five hours talking about this and what really matters is that you guys resolve this in a way without hitting each other and calling each other liars. It's not really the most host important part of our women seventy cents on the dollar. Are women constantly giving them out in a shit at work are men believed over women and promoted over women all that stuff and our screenplays written with male leads in with just like on and on and on one hundred percent that's really what the is important and what has has to change and i think is changing like regardless of how much definitely regardless of what i sit here and say but like regardless of what all the talk and and all the chatter like that shift is happening and the next generation of kids coming up like a giant tidal wave i think are gonna sue weep through and make all all of those social changes and like the the n._r._a. You know didn't possible for my generation to dismantle next generation is just gonna be like you're gone yeah and the idea of having a gay president. It's going to be like not even a topic or having a female president. Maybe we'll happen right now especially because he's from massachusetts where all great things originating <hes> but i i think that that i tried to remember should be the focus yeah so anyways all all i can thank you for telling me your truth in your experience i again i i <hes> i can't imagine because even we you were even subtly doing it. In the first round which is well. There has to be a path to forgiveness and if i'm casey i'm going hold on though i don't need to be forgiven about that. I probably need to be forgiven about having a fucking bonkers works at trump. Did you want me to someone who admits faults like us. Sit that here for seven hours and go through my life and talk about the mistakes. I've made the mean thing. I said to this person or that person or the way there's a thousand endless list of things that that i can go like. I wish i hadn't done that. That was a mistake or you know for sure but i but you're right you know even the way we were framing. It was like inadvertently forcing seen him to kind of admit guilt yeah even by saying people should be forgiven. It's fucking complicated and there's such a there's such gotcha incentive to draw a conclusion which is frustrating when i don't know that there's conclusions to be drawn but i think for you personally. You do want want closer to this this chapter of your life. You must desperately want closure. I don't know if you ever get closure on things. I constantly revisit things for my life. My past that are twenty years old and that you know relationships i had or things that i think about them and turn them over in my mind and i grind everything pretty fine and i use usually looking for evidence of what a jerk was or some other. That's what mistake did. I make you know that's that's my kind of default setting setting closure you know until you finally puncher the big clock. Just keep going and you sort of shapes who you are and everybody everybody in life has like gigantic challenges intriguing tragedies and i think they won't get through them and they keep going and life goes on the challenges of this. Don't really compare to those that i mean i've seen people have dealt with been dealt much worse hands. There's about a million block guys in prison right now. They didn't commit the crime. They're serving time for so yeah. I think goes without saying yeah. There's there's much worse plights or crosses to bear yeah. Thanks discuss yeah thank you.

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"casey you" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

11:40 min | 11 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Building thing my friend goes it future tripping. You know thinking what the future this horrible thing. That's going to happen how i'm gonna deal with it and then none of that is happening. I'm sitting in a room talking to people and that is in some ways like genesis of that movie that this is a movie about a father daughter living on the peripheral the post-apocalyptic society. There's been like a biological kind of apocalypse some outbreak of these kinds of movies outbreaks postpone michael of the movies and i think that i love them because they feel like over one thing. I just like movies. Were there's a huge catastrophe and life goes on general what's appealing about his apocalypse movies is that it's like the worst horrible stuff happens and then life goes on and i also think there's some sort of fantasy i about like stripping ping away the clutter of society and finding something elemental underneath you what really matters so there's that and the other component of it was just the kind of all the dressing the thing that i really really cared about like that. I'd got discovered while i was writing. It was just like parenting. You know it was like in this big science-fiction can seat in this post buckle world but really all the scenes are just like scenes that i've had with my kids about why they have to put the jacket on before they get out or whatever like those small domestic quarrels that happen and me relieving them and then thinking boy. I sat like a real astle. I'm going to go to the computer and write it out. As it's a scene like way of processing at all and suddenly it became like a hundred and twenty pages of a screenplay and then you build in all this other stuff like okay. There was an outbreak. I guess that's why they're living on the outskirts of society and he's trying to protect her from this violent. You know what's become a very violent society and all all those things sort of came in later to give it some other shape and it was a great experience and opinions ski was this girl who found his fantastic so so so good and has amazing presence that goes against everything i say about like anyone can do a job very magnetic agneta and mysterious and could just step in and say any line and you're like wow tell me more you know and yeah that that would be the most stressful part of tackling what you just just tackled is like what young actor is going to be able to do this. That would be very stressful for me. Was that process easy yup. We looked all over eighty. Coffin was the casting director and she just kept endlessly sending tape so patient and at the tiny movies are no money pani won. All these people just did this work kind of for nothing and finally we found and <hes> anaheim issues canadian which made easy because we had to shoot and canada but i do think that like any of the girls that were the finalists these little kids. They also would have been fantastic. It was just there. There was something about anna a combination of the right age and looking a little bit like me. You know those things so well <hes> k._c. First time i think i guess has ever walked here very very exciting to have you. When is light of my life come out. It comes out for an audience of three on august ninth. Okay well. The monica and i will be two of those three sorry. Can you see door. You were neighbors. I and i intend on staying here for a while. Are you gonna stay for a while. Okay greg's love me the police now if i ever yell merry christmas eh yeah it's coming from a beautiful genuine place of wanting to connect with you and be friends with you likewise. Thank you okay google with your movie. Thank you very much. Thanks so we just finished and then we started talking about the complexity of your situation and we thought there was lawrenson. May-maybe maybe more to say very very complicated situation because you don't want to in any way appear to not being supportive of the me too movement of course. I can't imagine who who would not be supportive of the metoo movement. I mean on some level. You have to say like that. That's an idea that's out there that there are people saying like we do not believe in equality and we think the workplace should be a dangerous place for for some people and not for others and that's preposterous in but it is very very hard to talk about and it scares me mostly because the values values of the metoo movement our values that are like at this horror of my being just the way i was raised their baked into my own value system having been raised by a mother who's like didn't let us watch dukes of hazzard when we were like eight years old because it was sexist you know so it's really been <hes> the way that i thought of by sometimes by certain people recently. It's been so as to like who i really am that it's been frustrating and not being able to talk about it has been hard because we really wanted to to support all of that but i felt felt like the best thing to do was just be quiet so that i didn't seem to be an opposition to something that i really wanted to champion the yeah. I was gonna say he he basically here are the options on the table for you. So you do a movie. You get sued by two of the women in the movie that the place was inappropriate and your options our our to go. Those two people are lying in which case. You seem like you're trying to silence victims. That's like rhys number one right so defend yourself and go now now. That's not how i remember that whole thing going down so option one is you defend yourself in you appear to be silencing victims. That's shitty option number two is you you acknowledged that while the workplace that you were the boss of was not a great workplace by today's standards for sure and maybe not <unk> by two thousand ten standards either or at the tail end of when doing drugs on that would be cool. You can say look the work. Environment wasn't ideal. I wouldn't do that again. Uh i in no way was doing weird sexual stuff. I mean that's ideally what you would want to save and then number three is use it nor it and then in your silence us seem guilty and maybe shame ridden and then let me add in the component of by talking about it. Are you fueling more conversation on it. Are you adding oxygen into the fire or if you just be quiet everyone eventually get over it. So those aren't great options it was it's a tough spot to be in especially if you really do appreciate and want to be a support of of the side that seems angriest and anger is being directed at you and i sort of decided we'll. I'll just stay quiet for you know mostly. I've talked about it a little bit to honor that like okay this is someone else's experience of this and and it is not my experience but i you have to respect that someone else had an experience and take that to heart and allow for it to be as possible as your memory of that experience experience you know and i've also wanted to try to make certain delineations between because i think that most people don't really care to look at details of things and they go so suddenly your name is being mentioned in a group of people who again i have been a jew and <hes> we were asked. Hey do you guys want casey and i'm like absolutely i love casey. He's my neighbor and i was like oh wait. Doesn't he have a me too thing. I better find out what the me too thing is before we give him a quote platform and then i read about it was like okay. That's a little different front than what. I assumed it to be so i myself who know you am neighbors with. You only knew that there was a halo around. You and i didn't even know what that is and so i can't imagine everyone knows what it is but they just hear rumblings and then they just categorize which is maybe unfair. I i think on the one hand it's like a sweeping judgment and on the other hand. There's been a lot of talk about you know. Can we even make these kinds of distinctions between the worst case is and what is perceived as the tamest examples of it and i think that there's some truth in that you know of that like it isn't about oh well. This isn't so bad and that's that's a really horrible. It's that it is systemic. It is an accepted culturally at its tamest station of it and that's the worst and it all needs is to be turned on its head radically aided not allowed for right and that kind of like lightning bolts. I think is effective. We have this homework room in my house so the kids like do their homework. They're never in it on. The wall is put up these speeches. My oldest son is studying american history and i put the speech up from frederick douglass and and it's the one of the best and it's what to the slave is the fourth of july. It's called. There's something what does whoa. What is the fourth of july to the slaves. It's unbelievable and it's basically like what is this this holiday to to the slave and he says this is. I'm paraphrasing and not doing a justice but it's like this is not a time to be moderate in our dialogue dia logue about things. This is a time fire and lightning and in some ways there was a moment of whereas it had to be fired lightning there is like justifiable absolute outrage at breaking long standing injustices that everyone thought was okay and anybody who was benefiting from <hes> a system that favored men white man center in wasn't kicking and screaming and doing a whole lot about it wasn't doing enough <hes> was to blame needs to apologize is needs to acknowledge it needs to shut up and let other people do the talking do the correct thing and bring justice to bear so like in general all that sort of what i wanted to support of and allowed to happen. Does it mean no one really seemed to care to look into the details. You know <hes> well. They were coming so fast. It was almost impossible to keep up with the day luge of different things that were coming up. You know to be honest. It was like who had taught you read a headline and you kept it moving right right to the next person and the next thing and the next horrible example of how your industry had been pretty gross it is and remains kind of an ugly difficult painful period of in this you know in our in this community and in the industry and in the culture in general and so for me it was pretty very hard to sit by for years and feel like even by people who i really liked and respected didn't know me sort of feel like piling on a little bit and to have to explain playing it to people that i i know and love who even if they say like. Did you kidding me doing to explain this. I know who you are still feel compelled to do. Well a couple of the women that were on the set did did come out and we're vocally supportive of you. Completely inconsistent with what i observed that's right and they run great risk to that is a risky proposition for you're a d a defender or a supporter of someone when you believe in someone so that didn't come without risks. I'm sure them it didn't and that was very nice of them and i appreciate appreciate that and i think that it was true or they wouldn't have said on the other hand. I think that like the lesson that i had to learn and be humble about was i was the producer i was technically the boss and having a set <hes> that i didn't even know i was on the set. I was making a kind of a quote unquote home movie with a friend that grew and grew and grew there was a ton of partying because that was the content of this stock use at times documentary at times mockumentary and it so it was your recording everything regarding going everything it's not. It's not a clear cut undertaking from the get it was confusing for everybody and it was deliberately so and that's my responsibility <hes> the intention was to have the the crew is a part of the movie. I don't know how much they knew. They were a part of the movie and and i had fun i had my dad play joaquin's father father in the movie and he didn't really know exactly what was going on now and <hes> so it it was a big mass and it was not something that i would do again..

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"casey you" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"casey you" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome to armchair expert. I am famed golfer tichy rodriguez. I am joined by bingo stretchy lingo. How are ya it's a real person bingos dressy. No i made that one up on the floor. Chichi rodriguez is that would be a good test like which one of these is fake in fact. You probably guessed rodriguez who is i- bingo. I already forgot bingo something bango bingo bango bongo yeah. I'm joined by bingo bango bongo. We have an incredible actor on the program today academy award winner academy award winning actor. He's also director. He's also one degree of separation away from monica's who love you might have already guessed it unless you think matt. Damon has a brother as well. That's refunding academy award but no one fact. It's casey affleck you know him for manchester by the sea goodwill hunting gone baby gone the assassination of jesse james by the coward robert ford lord. He is just a powerhouse of an actor. He has a new movie called light of my life out august ninth. I hope everyone will check that. <unk> out. Casey was wonderful. Yes you look crashy. Crush crush yeah good. I like when you get a little crush anyways for the rest of you. Please enjoy casey affleck. We are supported by twenty three and me the d._n._a. Testing can tell a- about where your ancestors are from but did you know it could also give you a lotta genetic information about your health and traits. Let me break it down. There is a whole whole world of jeans just waiting to meet you. In one hundred twenty five plus personalized genetic reports on your health traits in more the right personal health plan starts with the right data listeners all kinds of things they can pick up type two diabetes okay now. They would probably say diabetes when i'm going to say diabetes. One in three adults in the united states aids has prediabetes but ninety percent of those don't know they have it <hes>. They're out of the luther out of the loop type. Two diabetes report was made possible by two you point five million twenty-three immune customers who can send him to participate in research. I love it twenty-three me. Reports do not diagnose disease or describe overall likelihood.

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