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With Triple-Digit Temps Here, Los Angeles County Opens Several Cooling Centers
"Of the city and County Valley opening cooling centers today in tomorrow because of the heat wave, Ellen Chavez of the county Office of Emergency Management tells Cate x there in places like recreation centers and libraries. They provide an air conditioned space that free of charge. We also provide water and we're following Koven, 19 public safety protocol, making sure we have a safe place to offer people to find them some respite from the heat, she says. The centers can literally be a matter of life and death for some people without air conditioning. With the virus outbreak, closing down movie theaters and indoor shopping malls, you can see a full list of the cooling centers on our website came next inseventy dot
Portland protesters gassed after setting fire at courthouse
"Our time story. Demonstrations turned violent again last night in downtown Portland. Cate's Dan McCarthy says Port in police didn't respond. They lead federal agents engaged with the demonstrators. Police saying This was near the Justice Center. Police say that some point of fire was lit in front of the building. Another person tampering with the security camera federal officers coming out of the courthouse, clearing protesters from the Justice Center and putting that fire out. Demonstrators tore down fencing around the courthouse in one demonstrator tampered with his security camera places and they were carrying shields, helmets, gas masks, umbrellas, bats and hockey sticks. Important police didn't make any arrests. Homeland Security has not said whether federal agents arrested anyone.
"cate" Discussed on X96
"In a holiday finery and It's wonderful. It's just wondered. I'm glad you found some more. Nothing. Oh, you know what else I watch, though? Really good, but really hard to watch is that Cate Blanchett. Seriously. America No. On Netflix. It's I've got it written down. It's done and it's done in Australia, and it's about immigrants on immigration into Australia, which called struggle Something like that. It's produced by its not like comfort food. It's not. It's really a difficult law. It's homework. It's called. It's called Stateless. Stateless. Yeah, so it's about, you know, people trying to immigrate from You know, Pakistan and places like that into Australia. All right, let's go to Whitney Whitney is checking in. Hello, Whitney. Good morning, guys. I was wondering if you're welcome. I was wondering if it would be a man or a woman. Whitney can a woman waiting in your Whitney Blake from The old show. In the fifties or whatever the old show. Well, you know, it was wait till your father gets home or something like that. Well, you should know if you're named after Wait until your father Joe, wait till your father gets home is a cartoon, actually eso Because it father knows best. Is that what you're thinking of? Yes. Maybe that is I don't know. Anyway, I just called to say good morning. I've been listening to you guys since 2002 and I totally support Everybody wearing their masks. That makes me crazy when I go to convenience stores or something, and nobody's social distancing or wearing their masks. I appreciate you guys promoting that. I appreciate you listening and doing it. That's great. Thank you. Whitney helping Whitney Blake was an American film and television actress, director and producer. A lovely woman. She was known for her four seasons as Dorothy Baxter, the mother on the 19 sixties sitcom Hazel Hazel level, Okay. Was the maid and it was forget who played Hazel. Oh, Mr Baxter wanted to Bay Bay here any we've had to learn more about yourself. There we go. There you go. Thank you. Alright, let's Ah! Let's go to Shasta. Really quick here, Shasta. Chester, How are you? Good morning. Morning. Good morning. I'm good. Thanks for letting me listen. You're welcome. What do you do, Shasta? Well, right now I'm in school for my RN and I just moved out to upstate New York. But I still listen to you guys every morning. Thanks for thanks for doing that. Now, I guess Now I get to hear the six o'clock hour because when I wake up at seven before you guys even come on the air, So yeah. So you're in school to be a nurse in upstate New York. Yeah. Where? What town are you in? We live in Saratoga Springs. Utah gone inside Utah Lake Shasta, We have one of those. Yeah, Yeah, We do have one of those, and I just moved out here about a month ago. Actually, and I was going to tell you guys kind of a funny story of my whole life. I've been told that I look and sound like Jodie Foster and people just you know all the time everywhere ago, and then the first night we moved into our house out here. We found One of those death head mom. The same one that Buffalo milieu? Yeah, I went for the land of movies that we've found it right on the side of our house is biggest. My poem. It's only now that you saved me. Now that you save people say you sound like Jodie Foster..
The Fat burn Fix And Our Growing Susceptibility To Viral Infections - With Dr. Cate Shanahan
"Welcome to the model. Show this fitness and nutrition expert Shawn Stevenson and I'm so grateful to be tuning today. This episode here I am so pumped about. This is one of my favorite physicians. One of my favorite scientists and she's got a new project is really helping shed some light on a very very misunderstood topic in this the topic of body, fat. Sustain that we tend to see is a very cosmetic target is a very cosmetic issue for hundreds of millions of people right now, but in truth, our body fat is a major player in so many different dynamic ways as far as our health as far as our ability to fight infections, viral infections, even and I think that this is going to be incredibly enlightening and something that you're going to walk away with having a better understanding of this. Incredible tissue that we're all carrying around in what's led to the surplus that were carrying around for many of us, and also some more intelligent ways that we can address this in not just for cosmetic issues, but to truly get our society healthier. And hope that you've been employing different strategies to get yourself healthy right now, and also your loved ones. It's more important than ever to reach out. Make sure that our friends and family are doing some of the basic necessities of just getting some fresh air, going out and walk move their bodies, engaging in some stress management practices, and we've done episodes dedicated to these things, and also making sure that they're getting in some high-quality foods as well as supersport right now, but we just recently went on our first outing since the corn team began first outing to a restaurant with our FRIZZ nextdoor, nextdoor, neighbours, families both wint. And it was very a felt like I was visiting another planet, I definitely felt a little bit like that scene and back to the future when Michael J. Fox goes back to pass, and he's got like a has met suit on, and he winds up in a barn, and these folks happened upon him in his hands. Matsue with this delorean in the sign has his comic book. which is like the cover? The Comic Book Kinda shows what the future looks like are. These alien invaders look like. So just to get into the restaurant you walk through. The. Lobby is about five feet of lobby, and you have to wear masks. Go through the five feet, but then there people already there sitting at tables there socially distance. Of course you know one table apart, but they've got. You know they don't have mask on because you can eat with a mask on yet. Until maybe we get permanent mass installed on her face faces in little openings, but the science there. Wasn't really accurate. You know like that five feet, but then once you go pacify feet. Take your mask off, and you can each her. You know whatever your therefore, but he's a very strange experience. Because the waitress had on, the has metsu she had on the face shield. She had on the mask at that point I was like why be here in like there's so much that goes into it, and it's so abnormal. We should just go ahead and you know. Make dinner ourselves have family. Get together something like that. It's just an added. stressor is so much uncertainty in all. The tables had to be labeled that this table has been sanitized in, you know. We've hit it with the flame thrower all these different stuff just to feel comfortable going outside, and it was like this was like a you know there's a strip mall and everybody is just a very dystopia and situation, and this is the situation that we're facing right now. There is a very infectious. Virus that is that we're dealing with as a society and at its core. We Really WanNA. Look at this what we've been dedicated to. How do we get our citizens healthier? so that were not as susceptible to this virus in the mini viruses that are to come because this is right now. This is just the first of many that we're going to be faced with as humanity you know, and the thing that is overlooked in that I've really been working to up level the conversation is. As a species? What are the things that make us more susceptible to viral infections? What are the things that we can do to help? Improve our bodies response because in truth we've had such a relationship with viruses throughout human evolution that we are in fact, the human genome is eight percent over eight percent in dodge in his viruses that we are. Our genome is made of. We've had such interaction with viruses. We are made viruses on that level talking about our human genome, what our jeans are made of the human genes with the things that make us human. We're part virus. And even more tangible aspect because I think there's really a hard pill for us to swallow as society right now that we are virus ourselves. But you know this is something that we can test track now. We have some affirmation to the fact that we all are carrying upwards of three hundred trillion virus particles in and on our bodies all the time. We are. We're like a playground for viruses and. Pathogenic! Many of them Symbiotic. But this equation really plays into. How healthy are we interact with other people's virus load? How healthy are we or what can happen to damage our health immune system health that even the pathogenic viruses that were carrying right now can become opportunistic and take advantage of our system and make us sick.
"cate" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Energy. For sure for sure yeah I feel like it's energy like people it helps you burn fat. I feel like it looks like it. And also. It somehow does not allow muscle build up very well, the the lean muscle and small. They get the shrink when there's smoke like get less nicotine, but they don't get fat. They don't get fat. The fat deposition so I was wonder. Why people didn't you search you? Use Nicotine therapeutically. You know I i. Bet you that there was a time that people probably did and I feel like there's gotta be a role for it actually as like a weight loss People that can't. It. No, no taking it in the laws under whatever you said. These people can't burn fat efficiently I thought well. That's that's probably people that would benefit from nicotine, absolutely like caffeine, right or other diet pills. Yeah! I mean you know sometimes you do have to use I? Always like to try to manipulate things with food, but sometimes. You definitely, they can take advantage of now. We're talking about really seriously. You know. People are in trouble medically within their body fat, so tell me about the people that can't burn efficiently. WHO's that? So now this is something that's very theoretical, and it's really just my theory so I don't WanNa lay this on the obesity medicine sociation, but it. It's going to be you know in my next book, and there's lots of references and science behind it, but I think what happens the long and the short of it is when our our diets are. Full of these fats that are might have Qendra. Become damage when we burn them the cell. is saying okay? Well I'm not. Getting. Any. I'm wanting energy and I'm not getting an energy because you know I don't know why. The reason is my mind. Qendra aren't working properly. So what the cell says is I want energy? And what's it? Do well it puts. A request out for more sugar by putting something called Glut Four Transporters Glucose Transport on the surface of the cell, and it's requesting more sugar, and what that does is it drops your blood sugar levels, but the cell gets energy now can burn sugar for energy because it was the the the the polyunsaturated fatty acids just damaged the might of Contra. There's actually a study that shows that the ATP. Production drops to nothing. If you raise that polyunsaturated fatty acid concentration high enough, so it's IT'S A. A real thing, sue literally issue literally pulling sugar out of the blood suddenly and then raising insulin to try to deal with that right well, what happens is you start to feel hypoglycemic? And then you eat right right right right? So this is where we get a connection to the obesity epidemic between these you know the polyunsaturated fatty acids and the obesity epidemic, which is if you look at the graph of how of how the increased consumption of these oils has skyrocketed over the past fifty years. It just it perfectly parallels the obesity epidemic which you know, carbohydrates have started to level off over since two thousand and ten actually and the obesity epidemic has has not leveled off very much in. In children. So, shifting the glucose interest all of a sudden, is it affecting? Leptin Ghrelin biologists well. Yeah I'm sure that it. You know it's extremely detrimental to do that because your your your body panics right so now your blood sugar level drops your brain, says Whoa. Where's my energy? because. You aren't in a state where you're producing key tones because you're having these you know you're. You're on a enough carbohydrates. Reading too often, 'cause just eating. Anything very often will stop your home production, but you know eating a normal what we call in this country. A normal amount of carbohydrates is gonNA also block your home productions, so your brain has nothing, and so you get desperately hungry, and this is where we you know people come to us, and we say oh, west, just hypoglycemia have something to eat. have something sweet of something sure to bring your. Backup, but that's not getting to the root of the problem. That's just kind of feeding into developing a whole new problem. Actually where now we're feeding people, sugar and getting that messes up hormones. Should we be taking keystones directly? You know these keystone and things like that now. What's the status with key tone ingestion? For so it works fantastically at, but I I use it when people can't change their diet, so I've actually recommended to a couple of my patients who have Parkinson's or early dementia, and it's made a huge difference gives them energy. Actually the coconut oil does kind of the same thing but they keep telling supplements are thousand times more expensive than. Than Cook, but they but they work great. You know a protein diet. Absolutely absolutely, but you're not going to get. You're not gonNA really need them after a while if you stick with a Ketogenic Diet. what do you? so your body's going to be producing kitone so efficiently that you just don't need to eat them. I must admit I feel now that my three months center something I feel different, not not as. Excited so that's how I was feeling I. Don't know if that's just the brain adjusting. You know what I mean to the background experience, or if there's something happens some sort of adjustment over time well, you know what can happen is that we go from one extreme to the other, and and it may be that You're missing some nutrients that you were getting before. So? B vitamins especially once you get away from grains. SUPPLE, it'll be twelve. I take a multivitamin every day, and that doesn't mean of getting it all, but you know exactly like I. Never know if that's really really. It was everything 'cause like like. You said that we're we're just. We're still discovering vitamins. Dark, ages let's be clear. So if you were to if I were to add something back, what would I add back and in what timeframe and how frequent.
Cate Blanchett reveals 'a bit of a chainsaw accident'
"In Oscar winner wearing some new hats lately reveals an unusual injury actors Cate Blanchett has accidentally cut her head with a chain saw while in lockdown the Australian actress revealed the injury during a podcast interview with former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard last week Blanchet saying quote I had a bit of a chainsaw accident yesterday which sounds very very exciting but it wasn't adding quote besides a little neck to my head I'm fine planted in our family had been a lockdown in Sussex England faxes my guns woman the mother of four also picking up the role of teacher while everyone's
Cate Blanchett says she suffered 'chainsaw accident' to the neck but is OK
"Keep planted is lucky to be alive after suffering a chainsaw accident what yeah so she revealed on a podcast that she nipped her head with a K. one saw head on your head I don't know but she said I'm fine I had a bit of a chainsaw accident yesterday which sounds very very exciting but it wasn't apart from the little Nick on the head I'm fine by the way to be very careful with the chainsaw I don't everyone operates a change things I would never use no
"cate" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home
"Blanchet will be playing Lilith in the borderlands movie. It was rumoured recently, but now it has been officially confirmed Cate Blanchet will be starring in the borderlands movie from Director Eli Roth and she will be playing Lilith. Roth offered a statement to entertainment weekly about the casting that reads I'm so lucky to have the amazing Cate Blanchett. Starring in Borderlands we had the most incredible collaboration together on the House with a clock in its walls and I believe there's nothing she can't do from drama to comedy and now Action Kate makes every scene sing, working with her is truly a director's dream. Come true and I feel so fortunate that I get to do it again. On an even bigger scale, everyone brings their a game to work with Kate. And I know together. We're going to create another iconic character in her already storied career. Entertainment Weekly's Nick Romano reported on the casting and wrote about the film additionally HBO's Shinobu. Craig Mazin? WHO's also pending the TV series adaptation of the last of US video game broke the latest draft of the borderland script. It's unclear when things can go back to normal in Hollywood, but borderlands is scheduled to start filming later this year. Blanchet was in the midst of shooting. Guillermo del Toro's nightmare alley in Canada with Rooney Mara Bradley Cooper when production was put on hold in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic I looked up that movie nightmare alley, because I was unfamiliar with it, and the weird thing about it is Kate Blanchet. Blanchet is playing. Another character named Lilith in that movie. I don't think the two films will come back to back. She has a number of other in development projects on her IMDB. Page other than the borderlands movie, but there is a chance she might have to movies. Come out right next to each other where her name is. Lilith in both I'm actually getting excited about this movie. I'm not even the biggest borderlands fan, but I like Eli Roth movies I like. Cate Blanchet and the writer Craig Mazin is also a super talented guy, so. Maybe, this will lead to something cool I..
"cate" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard
"I think you heard it here first. The driving's coming back half and testing and personally. What's it mean for you? You're all fine in this period. I'm fine I had been a chainsaw accident yesterday. Which sounds very very exciting. But it wasn't but none of how far from the Little Nick to my head. I'm Mina I'd take the year off being a working mother fool. My eldest son was doing his angels and of course I took a year off extensively to debate with him and support him for that exam period and then all about exams US evaporated and of course for the nineteen year old. Who doesn't want to have anything to do with me? So it's a little bit discombobulating but it's a high where well and and so I found myself being kindergarten teacher to to my five year old which is just as challenging. I think I've huge respect teaching profession. I always have either look countries like Finland and their educational outcomes which you would know far more first hand than I than I would be so great because teachers are paid the same as Loyola doctors. It's a it's a much respected profession. I hope out of this. That teaches wages will be increased and their respects will be amplified by covid nineteen. I'm certainly getting takes from friends. Who were struggling with home schooling? Who was suggesting that teachers should be paid a lot more? Now I've got more of a saints about how difficulties but be very careful with that China. So you've got a very famous head. I don't think people say any knicks taken out of. I want to keep it on my show. I'M GONNA tikey Kite back to the very beginning. You were born in Melbourne in nineteen. Sixty-nine the Middle Child in a family of three with an American father. In an Alcee Matha. When was the first moment that you would have say to yourself? Mara goes get traded differently to boys. Gosh you know I don't ever think about my gender I still don't until door is shut to meet because of this and I grew up in my my father died when I was ten mine. Mother had to go back to work for economic reasons. I I grew up with my grandmother in the household and so it was a very strong female household and I got to high school to an Oak Wells College..
"cate" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"cate" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I think I think what you see in in that in that moment is that's politics. Yes that those need to be cope with Larry King in in the eighties and she was saying. You know it's it's a it's a bit like being a surgeon can't stand the sight of blood you need to get out of gang. You're in the wrong game and you can't stand criticism or you know people reviling you than you. Then you got no place in politics. She was really I think a natural political animal I too much about you know someone said to me ages ago that the crisis back in the global financial crisis did it actually of course there was an economic crisis but the biggest problem facing America was had crosses governance and I think that in a way that the the series deal with it directly but partially it does. Because it's it's the drive to keep the Constitution a responsive leading document and it somewhere along the line the Constitution's become a biblical document. That cannot and shall not change and that everyone raise the constitution literal way the how. The you know the inequalities Vic- now one has to think well if you did put into the constitution back in the seventies when the notion of equality was was saying no-brainer. Wasn't a party political issue. It was just something that has happened is part of you know American evolution that you want that. Would we be in a different place right now? If the constitution responded to to what was kind of a universal dry for the cruelty not literal equality men of the same right but that your representational quality language is powerful. Don't you ain't sure sure? Yeah it should be sort of an evolving document but now we have a president that could could give two shits about the the constitution and key three shifts and we three. We have a complete. We're over here. Living in a failed state currently not knowing whether or not. We're GONNA tip into full on authoritarianism come November so the constitutional talk is almost Romantic at this point. But you know what is it's Ee. None of us have just arrived. Here no no. That's what is so interesting. Those game here been happening for quite awhile. California doesn't drop off into the in the gradual process of erosion. Sure not. I mean there's so many wonderful things on seven Tim's of California's gop specific problems at the end of the solution. Actually but it's Yeah I just I think it's some it's important to kind of work that it's the the the current administration has been allowed to to exist. And I think I don't know. I think it's really important to democracy the Berkshire. Are you aware when you're playing a villain generally generally isn't a leading question I mean I don't I don't want to tell them. Audience what to think And particularly in in in this you know it's I was interested in reaching a broad audience. Which is why the series part of the reason That series began at the point. That the did. It didn't begin with the people that so many people revere it began with someone who was was considered by many villain. And it's very easy to say that person's evil that essence bad He you know when you John Gray with what. They've what they've done. If said as I don't but I wanted to understand how could think like that and hopefully the series has enabled us to ask questions right she right. There is a type of ideological thought that people believe and they cannot see them in the way that you see them which is wrong And I think that's true. I think that belief is very very powerful. Strange thing and it seems like when we were talking before that she was rooted primarily in the intellectual and active pursuit of the arms race. I mean that was her. That was defense. The Ground Zero of WHO? She was Intellectually and as a political motivator was like we've got to not get blown up by Russia. Yes and so it was. It was literally feeling that that women were going to be put in the trenches. Meant not at all acknowledging the world the world had changed. Stay at now you know and the the there shouldn't be another draw but there is bubbles then to. I guess it didn't require a sort of media bubble but there was definitely bubbles of thought that they were all living in and it seemed like that with Vietnam. That was the first time that was really a line was drawn between you know what sacrifice was and what was a right war good war and there were people in Chaffee Circle. Who were just sort of like well. You know these hippies are whiny babies and We shouldn't have lost that war. Yeah Yeah exactly. It's the whole thing about Know that you've got to look after yourself you you if you if you're asking the government to to help you then there's something wrong with you and it's you know it's it's that kind of line in American In the American identity is about eight sectional and we all have. We all had the ability new rights. Be except right and is. You're not it problem but now what is cutting it now. There's so many exceptionally awful people that have such disdain for people who are truly exceptional that the whole bar is being moved into. I don't even know what exceptional looks like to these fucking people. I know it's it's really I come from Australia. And so anyone. Who's an artist? You know an actor or a riser or you can call yourself an dirty word pretentious study. Which did your considered to be an elitist. Anything we'll hang on. What about these people who own sort of ninety five percent of the Wilton strata? Wouldn't they be cool delays and yards and it somehow public intellectuals and be up it can the notion of force or deep saw or or or trying to longer than than tomorrow is somehow same as being late wade having an education become an elite at? Here's the weird thing about. This country is by calling way. You're a comedian. Don't talk politics. We've got to to. Who exactly where people who the fuck talks politics. Yar President doesn't know how to talk politics. We supposed to talk politics but the weird thing is is that they they must for being some sort of con- people like we're getting away with something and an our president is the biggest grin after that ever lived but they don't there's this cognitive dissonance between you know where they're being driven to put their anger and what reality is and it's a real trick but and Phyllis schlafly helped create those tricks. That's that's all and I think that's it. Yeah you said now. Okay let's go back to you said because when you say when I brought up the villain thing that you don't WanNa tell an audience what to think that. It seemed that we could track that moment of realizing the power of that When you did the first I wonder. Production did and that that there was something that an experience you had with the audience's reaction on both sides to that play that really made you realize the power of of not presenting something in a way where you're telling people how to think. Yeah I mean that was. That was my first my first job out of drama school year under studying the data company and then the director so me leanna enter that lay hit an audience at the time when the notions of a political correctness was just such a violent hot runs of people. Yeah and I was spoiled like I came off every night And went into the foyer and people were getting divorced and were were there one night. There was a role in the ball between men and women and tables pushed over. It was so exciting and I thought this I said I. This is this is it was the real either actually took place In at the end of the night and I got a taste for blood. I thought this is a blood sport. Yeah it's it's sometimes you go goads data suggest to laugh or to detained onto the move but when you actually have you in something that is just hits people at the right moment and in the right way it means a they talk of. It's affected better for worse. They don't need to like that into like Hugh but they did given them something worth thinking about the feeling I think that is the best thing about art or what we do as performers. Is that if you can change the way people think about something or provoked them to think about something in a different way you can literally change their life because they their perception is altered forever and it they add it to the tools in their head and that's the blowing minds is the best thing we can hope to do. Yeah right I know but that's the things you just ask the questions it's I I don't have the the onset is to to any of this. What's your relationship with Shakespeare? A good good relationship which Shakespeare. Why did a bit when I was a drum school but I think my kind of pivotal relationship with shape? It's it's it has to be it's like you can't read it. You have to get up and move around. Says it's a living breathing as it meant to be performed. That's why they plays. They're not works of Literature. The play so you have to get up to I. One of the first things we did. When we took a hit companies. We should have Was it seven hours nine hours. On an even way too long no was fabulous people would come in at at lunchtime and then they would go through into the evening and we did the wards rose so I played Richard the seconds and I played and At the end of the at the end of the night and that was wild that was really well Benedict Andrews who's Amazing Mason digital director. One die he. We spotted blood at one another and the blue flower on. It was just I mean it. Sounds like a baking competition but it was data is when you describe it. It sounds so like one to simplicity of the. Yeah so you so so you took over the theater. You were director of that theatre. Yeah might my husband and I Ran It it's it's Yeah it's it's the data where we got you know. We both got outs big breaks. So we've kind of got a long history with it and do you still run it. You still now. We were there for about ten years and Awhile it's still going. It's it's such a great Sega but of course you know with the announcing straight quite well. Relatively recently it got we used to have an minister that then it got folded into roads and rail doesn't actually isn't acknowledged as an industry. So they they really struggling at the moment and it always limited strategy of inside you know punches above its white creatively. You know it's it's novelists it's playwrights since it's theater designs actors cinematographers. You know it's yeah anyway Slamming sort of you wonder. How does how does art persist without support? You know well this is the thing I think it always relies on the fact that paper will do it for nothing. You know because it's a you to people you know I'm show you sit in your garage and do it anyway. GotTa drive to to to do it. But it's it's a lot of other people make money from the Industry. It's like why should be considered gradients modest if you wanna get a little piece of that. Pie You can get more money to make something else is it. You know we we always justify ourselves and and having to explain to people why it's important but what are people going to do with this fake cash you know they wanNA listen to music they WANNA go out and and gone to the theater. They WanNa go and see what I gathered. It's this is what we said. Is You know it's not just go to the theatre district. They go to the restaurants in the theater. District cabs to the theatre. District vowed huge multiplier effects. Anyway don't get touted so like you did to Todd Haynes movies and I've I've interviewed two more. Well how is that like? What was your experience in? Did you know how that Bob Dylan movie was supposed to work when you got him to explain it to me? Explain it to you. Someone calls you and says I want you to play Bob Dylan. An it's taught you you that you leave in that conversation that is just you're saying yeah so I mean so. Yeah it was. It was when he when he was talking about splitting his persona. I just thought it was so exciting and also so liberating when you get when you get an awful like that. But when he told you that Richard Gere would be one of them. Did you think I wonder how that's GonNa work. Can You? I'm still thinking that no it was it was it was it was out there. But you know he can't be the whole mood board and and I wanted a great joys of my life. I'm strange CEOS filming quite frankly Elizabeth.
"cate" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Dollar night out and I looked at the other actor. He looked at me and we just kind kept going with that knowledge. It was really and this is the thing. Is You make a movie and you know you don't know that anyone's even seen it until they stop you in the supermarket or your friend tells you you've got a lot of rotten tomatoes. A Red Dot right. When was the last time you thought you were terrible and a movie? Oh I think I'm pretty terrible. Most of the whole setting ignore insulin says make all my God. I saw you in and such. It's always sometimes the actually comes out of my mouth. The first thing I ladies. I'm so sorry I'm so sorry so yeah but let's that it's it's the bits that don't work. I think did keep you the ones that the things that you don't have control over though with the movies you don't really have control over what they're gonNA use your how they're going to cut it or anything else and I mean it's it's interesting you know in times when I've had pudgy so royal role in film or television is that sometimes you can't always be objective about stuff and so you have to really let that process in editing is an absolute aunt. Yeah for sure. Yeah Yeah they make the movie. I've I've I shot. I haven't done that many movies but I've shot things around Mike. There's no way they're going to even be able to put that shit together. There's no way that how does that. He has become a movie. Yeah and they do. It's kind of fucking amazing. You know working bits. Do you work in bits when he said to having to put it together. What because you're thinking of all the bits that you did that didn't work no like I did. I did a little movie. This David Bowie weird David Bowie bio flick. That was supposed to open a TRIBECA and it was a shot while such a low budget so quickly one or two takes were running around the cinematographers eighty years old. But he sort of genius and and I just didn't know how they were. GonNa make a movie out of what we shot they were and then and then I saw it and I'm like Holy Shit. They got a movie. Yeah Yeah that MC energy sometimes sometimes you can over think made a film. I just thought oh well. That's relatively easy. You just keep going until it's perfect but halting you know sometimes when you put too much time and it's you've gotta go with Wabi Sabi idea things. There's always gonNA be a floor nurse long. Does it take to shoot up hobbit movie like a year? Oh I remember when I to me. It was super quick. Oh yeah there's not too many chicks in the KNOB. Although I just I loved it so much I did say to patron and friend that they were doing a banquet scene with a whole lot of I think it was a whole lot of dogs and I'm and I said look I would love always wanted to play the lady said could I be. I could be your hairy wife woman in the Pan Pasta the the banquet table jobs and I'll just and of course I couldn't because the timing shift but it takes him for ever but for me galaxy realized that was was like fabrics. Did you when you were a kid? Where you into that kind of stuff like fantasy? I was more. My sister was a huge tolkien. Fan of my brother came to light a really when I realized what I sort of missed so I came in is it as Demi adult but I. I was much more into bad fiction. You pick up in the supermarket. Real Hara. Is into goal. Detective series ruined Trixie Belden. That was my whole wells. I was in my Basil Rathbone. Sherlock company I the tapes it will have big noses and big problems solving problems solving cases problems getting to the bottom of it. Yeah juicy building many murders and I sort of gravitated. That's when I gravitated Orange Carjon and then and then what happened when you got the high school. Did you shift to music or something? More exciting boys anything a horace pretty exciting. I guess you're right. So what did you say you're not a fantasy guy? You're not Hara guy and then I I think I probably then went into you know I wanted to the long. Tarkovsky is kind of a kind of yes. It's only steel magnolias bitches. All of US films great way. Ps kind of skip that and I sat about it. I feel like miss some profound developmental stage really that I'm not to to have Not locked into Greece sort of melodramatic fund movies. We're crying movies that are overly acted and overly produced. Is that what you call? Is that the genre. No I don't know I just. I ended up seeing all those movies. I don't know how steel magnolias moonstruck there was a big bunch of miss that that was good as good Nicholas case. But you're in one of like I love that movie you did with Sam Ramey. I've I will all the gift. I Love Samra that movies so fucking good and that scene with the budget of shoestring release that. Yeah there was one sequence in that and this is. This is a Sam's kind of ability to galvanize everybody used to working on a low budget is one sequence where we though going to produce. What's GonNa shut the thing down? So we had one in this sequence. That went three rooms some trip over full at full blood and KENO had to slam the door in my face. But she's so good at doing and have a meal time and did anyone take. Sides was one of those pretty special experiences many went off Spiderman when you have control. How much control did you have over this The show Lafley project. You said it right I will. You taught me last time. I can make up for my mistakes. Remember when you were beating on me The beginning of our last conversation. I shook him that I took some notes. I never on when you were when you were. You're telling me I was working in a basement. It was brutal so I get it. You you had K. Take a couple of shots. It's a running gag in the series that that no one can say name which is actually went through the googles reams of Vincis that she I think Maggie out of one hundred fifty views. There were two people whose name correctly but schlafly a few interesting names is Bella Abzug. Yes and And Jill Jill ruggles house who is a Republican feminist. You know there's quite a few big names and Schlafly is one of them. But how much control the producer range questions of the launching with. But he wants you. We've been talking twenty five minutes. I'll have we know all know. Did this Shit Kate. How much why is that a weird question? I mean you've answered every other question about this show. There's there's literally a book of interviews you've done about about Mrs America. I'm trying to come from have control. No I didn't know how much I was. I was I I came in early Dhabi. Who who's the creator of the show and Stacey approach me because John John Landgraf is fantastic at effects have been very passionate about making series so I got on the ground floor and was interested because they it was about obviously set my seminar in the drive to ratify the rats moment but it wasn't from the usual suspects Perspective and I knew precious little about Phyllis Schlafly or even how to save a name and so it was. It was quite an extraordinary journey for me. But I I wanted to be part of a series where you know. It wasn't a biopic about any particular character God knows I've met him on nothing. Then it it was it was about. It was really about how to reverse engineer. How we got here. Yeah Yeah I find myself being sort of immersed in politics and somewhat of a liberal myself that I I can't I even though you played her with the sensitivity. I can't stand that fucking woman and it's very hard for me to watch it. But how do you feel? I mean how much how much did you were? You aware of her. I was kind of aware I didn't know the whole story but I knew enough like I was okay. In my life with the amount I knew about Phyllis schlafly but did you know you aware of a reach her mailing list and she gave it to. Reagan and I didn't know that this sort of like the building of that infrastructure of conservative Propaganda no I did not. I mean the whole language that. That's that's the the central planks of the Republican Party. As we know it now uncertain as it evolved in the eighties will really many of so many of those Psalms seeing from him book. And you know you can say that's a a GPS achievement but it is interesting that She didn't get a lot of public credit for. You're happy you're happy that Phyllis Schlafly is finally getting the credit. She deserves on both sides of the aisle. Where did you? So she's so whole rising and you know even even even from the grave. She's she's polarizing and we live in such polarized times. And such that. I'm the inequality that we're struggling with now. Came out of the seventies. You know it wasn't just you know inequality between the sexes. Between the you know the enormous wealth divide the haves and have nots in the and the April who were So-called natural born Americans immigrants. You know this is so is such a a trench between people at the moment and you think I would think about Second WAVE FEMINISM SEVENTY S. And it's all you know. It's it's an awakening. When in fact but mid seventies late seventies it was starting to be shutting down and I think a lot of that came out of the civil rights movement and people hadn't really processed that what what what there is to process about making all Americans equal. I don't know I mean. Surely that should have been no brainer. But it's the fact is not in the concentration crazy. Yeah that was such to me while it's a racist sexist capitalistic world. Here and it's weird. That the what I found interesting about watching the Mrs America is that he you know the the the the lines that were drawn around this whole Commie hippie thing were really to protect the structure of capitalism. More than anything else and it seems that you know. Some of that is filtering into Phyllis Schlafly in her and her movement was to to maintain the current paradigm to not. But it was it was. It was not essentially the same as protecting capitalism as much as it was protecting patriarchy so I don't what sure that too but I mean there were. There were a lot of big businesses including the insurance lobbies that stood to lose a lot of money by by making Women profoundly equal to men right because the the right of insurance that women had was entirely different. And you know this whole group of people who truly believe that Phyllis Schlafly was supported by the insurance lobby. So it's it's it's it's a period. Well worth investigating course Miss Mrs America. It's it's not is never going to answer all of those questions. It raises more questions. Hopefully people will go. But that's interesting. Did you poke around in that rabbit hole of thought around her being financed by the insurance? Welby yeah I mean the series. Doesn't there's a couple of lines about it but the series doesn't deal with it directly this too many I think the FBI probably would have gone deeper into that That that idea if it had been just about Phyllis but because it's so many stories to tell them you know that the the the Jenny Shelly Chisholm for one hundred her running the president's enjoy ruggles house. You know as I said it was Republican. Feminists that to me was such a a revelation in a way produce Orioli. I wanted to be part of getting a series going but I wanted to also Scala's as stories being told but it's also interesting just watching the episodes. We had to deal with the racism of the you're sort of southern contingent and how you kind of diplomatically. Through your friend under the bus for the greater good in that moment and we're able to somehow a transcend as the character. Phyllis schlafly the idea of racism. Given that the your particular gender was being served which is certainly relevant now..
If youre stateless, just going to school is a problem
"This is an a car move with us what does it mean to be stateless it's a question that's being discussed all these week in Geneva at an event organized by the UN really nationality she started by this crowding the everyday problems she encountered leaving in limbo so I was born stateless I lived my entire life a stateless person because it's a big challenge how you going to pass the checkpoint if you don't have a document the first thing they gonna ask shots your document yes but I had the Chin in statelessness where are we what are the objectives well we're five years now we're not that happy from all the results but at least it's the beginning and we need to give awareness we need to speak more about this we need to make self starting to appear when I was teenager when they wanted to do things like just any other teenager does by SIM Card to go out to Dr when is your Goodwill Ambassador Cate blanchet during Monday's session U. N. uses Daniel Johnson caught up with Mahamadou who grew up in Lebanon before being given Brazil and last year I got my Brazilian nationality you grew up in Lebanon you were stateless there what did it mean to you being stateless first problem was when I was two years and half when they can put in their lows of definition of stateless person and they can do the mechanism to solve it so it's a start that's one way to approach statelessness yes it's the start Kirghistan more support to end statelessness what are the specific goals of this week's meeting this is the first time participate in such a big event usually we speak with people I spoke with the country that they have zero stateless so many other counties why not why we can change now is the time because statelessness epidemic problem it's five years into the I belong campaign as you're ready to hear what people have to say to you in order to change and see what you're GonNa do so what I hoping is Brazil is a country that proved the I want it to study how you will study and get into school if you don't have documents my mom's had it's an important thing to do so she had to go to many schools until one adminis- could to put a list and go through all the verses that existed in Lebanon and go and try and begged them for study until one university they acted was you know what you're more than welcome mm-hmm you can study unfortunately they didn't have medicine sacred in via Dr Bad they had business into computer and then I told him okay I want something in between the so I studied business computer and they didn't they muster degree there tell me about the event here in Geneva the high-level meeting by the UN High Commission for Refugees with member states hopefully studied to go to university to work to even go to hospital I was afraid to be sick and of course checkpoints checkpoints is another dilemma not at home so tell me how you got into university because that's not straightforward either yes well I wanted to study medicine and then the first versity went with my crates and all they just denied send the privileged again to not be defended because they had with me small ideas from university which it says my name and told them like I forgot my to me he took the documents and literally threw them on my face he said like here were serious institute. If you're Lebron Israel has study foreigner you can study who are you then I had the people that they are among us are those invisible stateless people that
Where'd All Those Rave Reviews Go for 'Where'd You Go, Bernadette?'
"Where are all those positive reviews for where you go bernadette. We've got you covered. She disappeared d- bernadette what she didn't just banish my gear virga. Josh neither of us read maria semple bestselling book. Where'd you go bernadette when it was released in twenty twelve nor did we catch up with it before seeing in sitting down here to review richard linklater's adaptation asian starring cate blanchett as a once brilliant architect living in seattle who adores her fifteen year old daughter be is disconnected from but still loves her tech mogul husband elgin and and loathes pretty much everyone else.
Richard Linklater Discusses His New Film 'Where'd You Go, Bernadette'
"Director and screenwriter richard linklater has made all sorts of films dazed and confused school of rock kboi hood all feature characters who were struggling to come to terms with themselves. His latest movie is where'd you go. Burn debt adopted from maria samples bestselling two thousand thousand twelve novel of the same name in the movie cate blanchett stars as a brilliant misunderstood woman in the midst of personal crisis his benedetto on a rainy. You drive with a thirteen year old daughter. I just didn't know how hard and it's for me sometimes but sergey uh-huh but now linkletter told john horn that it was the characters complicated relationship with creativity that inspired him to bring her to the screen was really interesting portrait of an artist who's kind of blocked and i think an architect whose blocked is very different than a rider ryder musician or someone else in her case. It's a lot of complex reasons. We come to find out in the movie why she hasn't done anything in twenty years so it's some kind of shadowy nightmare position i think for most artist to kind of find themselves entered even contemplate so you find out really it's just motherhood kind of absorbed her completely into the domestic which i think is the fate of a lot of women in to to varying degrees he's so it's a portrait of motherhood as much as anything kind of a mother daughter relationship but that that professional stasis was certainly one more more really intriguing element to her character. You know i feel so much myself and bernadette yeah. What do you feel in yourself and bernadette. I think everyone can relate to her kind of social anxiety or <hes>. You know kind of antisocial behavior. Some of our attitudes are impatience the aloof artist in her the one who wants to be alone. I i really don't want to have to go to the pharmacy today. I don't wanna do that so i i could relate to all that and then the way she gets excited about something. I was like oh yeah. I could relate to all that not to mention the elements of her life. You know parenting long term relationships. You know all that stuff. There is a mother daughter story in this but there's also a story of a marriage and the character bernadette is married to man played by billy crude up and he recognizes stigmatizes that there's something wrong with her and it's very interesting to watch him. Try to manage her mental health. I guess is no other way of putting it so when you think about what you're trying to convey about their relationship and about their marriage what were the important things to you in telling their story well. Oh it's a portrait of a longterm relationship. That's kind of drifted. You know he's been work-obsessed. She's got the domestic front and i think because he's so busy at at work in this case he works at microsoft and you know has a lot of people working for him and he does what a lot of people unfortunately do in our culture feeling kind of helpless he sort of ultimately outsources his family's health to the professionals he starts down the road to certainly pathologising her and probably you know medication education and a little bit of <hes> institutionalization you know so that's the path this has led him to what he's observed heard in some incidents that happen on and on the other hand parallel to that an old colleague has happened to be in town. They have lunch and he listens to her in the way someone who really really knows you. You like artistically just says to get your ass back to work. You need to have a creative project. That's what you need to do and to me. My heart insult goes that way like i really believe in the healing power of art that it's the ultimate coping mechanism with the world is to be creating something and and that's what is in fact the right things she does and she's wise to escape from her intervention and you see her ultimately reconnecting connecting with her creative self and follows that that's a good thing to that feels like something that you are either consciously or maybe subconsciously drawn to the the idea of kind of reconnecting with your creative self your true self. I mean you could say it's part of school of rock. It's part of dazed and confused at certainly part of this story. Do you find that to be an intentional choice that there are certain stories that you are drawn to that have that kind of theme even if the film's look incredibly the different castes is just a subject that always kind of hovers around me and just preceding to the world you know you always have this little voice in your head like. Are you doing the right eight thing. Are you doing exactly what you're meant to be doing and i have this critic in my head. Who's always rejecting things that feel like there's a path i should be on and certain things the on the path or off the path and you know it's hard to say what what's motivating you at any moment but there's a certain kind of personality that has to express itself and when that gets thwarted or blocked it can be very toxic <hes> outcome. We're talking with filmmaker richard linklater about his new film. Where'd you go bernadette. I want to play clip from a very different film little shorter that you made not long ago. Somebody left up to know my daughter today at ted. Cruz toughest tanks the kamar. Somebody call my wife a dog. Instead of my daddy was the kennedy assassination. I wouldn't be kissing is in their ass. You stick a finger in their chest and give them a few choice words or you. Drag your ass out by the woodshed and kicked their ass. Ted come on ten.
Box office preview
"The angry birds movie to brings the video game characters back to the big screen this time king mud beard is at war with the birds angelic creatures shows up threatening to start a new ice age and freeze everyone along with Jason sudekis Josh gad Leslie Jones Nikki massage and bill Hader lend their voices to this computer animated comedy based on the bestselling twenty twelve novel of the same name as the comic mystery where'd you go Bernadette the title character is a mother who hates people especially the fellow parents of her daughter's school the when she suddenly disappears our daughter seeks out the truth about what happened to our mother Cate Blanchett Billy Crudup Kristen Wiig Judy Greer and Lawrence Fishburne star Seth Rogan and his producing partners released their twelfth film good boy when three sixth graders are invited to the first coed party they try to learn as much as possible about how to kiss but a broken drone leave them on a wild journey involving paintball the cops stolen drugs and more this comedy stars Jacob Tremblay Keith L. Williams Brady Noone will for Terry still in theaters are Hobbes and shot the kitchen The Lion King once upon a time in Hollywood and door and the lost city of gold plus spider man far from home to a story for the art of racing in the rain the farewell hand
"cate" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"On Cate acts I tried to be in your seventy thirty say a twenty one year old Romanian tourist died after falling near a waterfall they say he landed on what rocks below bridal fall after falling twenty feet died later at the hospital two other people reportedly injured and sever falls in the park this week cal fire getting more manpower to fight wildfires this season's low morale two months stays on the fire line exhausted and over work that's what firefighters of dealing with during fire season in addition to finding the deadly wildfires governor Newsome signed an executive order for nearly four hundred more seasonal firefighters for cal fire hoping to ease some of those burdens at a news conference the governor also said cal fire is almost done with fuel reducing project in two hundred communities identified as most vulnerable to wildfire I think it's actually really remarkable that the kind of progress we just experienced is actually taking shape just in the last two months even with the new fire fighter staffing levels will still be lower than during the peak in nineteen seventy five when fire season was shorter and the state was responsible for as much land anally Valdez can extend seventy newsradio damage from el Nino events have had a huge impact on California's economy Tom Corrigan with the scripts institution of oceanography at UC San Diego tells connect they studied years of information from the national flood insurance program we looked at flood insurance records from the late seventies until today and we found that there is a strong influence of el Nino in southern California with damages increasing from about five hundred million dollars and learning new year's two five billion dollars in el Nino years and that's over a forty year time during a says the area's most impacted in southern California coastal properties in Malibu the canyon areas of the Santa Monica mountains and flat coastal area around the Santa Ana river restoring natural habitats could be part of the so shin in protecting areas from future storms surges investigators say the suspected el Paso mass shooter was motivated by his objection to Hispanic immigrants.
Celebrating the wisdom that comes with age, in a youth-obsessed industry
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Scout. The world's leader and service assurance and security for data centers cloud five G. and more net scouts visibility without borders allows you to see things others can't get a clearer picture at net scout dot com and and by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation John Romanelli founder and C._E._o.. At airspace experienced technology says in Michigan Revolution is in the air find out what planet is doing to help businesses make that possible at platinum dot com. That's P. L. Hey N._e._t.. M Dot com you is celebrated in tech but what about the wisdom that comes with age from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Hollywood. In the tech industry has well known diversity issues around gender and race. It's lesser known but still huge blind spot is age google just settled more than two hundred claims of age discrimination and the complaint is becoming much more common. The average age for an American worker is forty two according to the Bureau of Labor our statistics at the biggest tech companies according to job sites and research firms. It's more like twenty five to thirty five Cate Edwards works in gaming and was head of the International Game Developers Association for several years for our series evenly distributed looking at different elements of the digital divide. She told us how she came up with a way to celebrate experienced tech workers like herself with a list so my name is Kate Edwards and I've been in the game industry for Twenty six years so I am fifty four years old. The and one of the initiatives that I've been focused on is ageism and <hes> I came up early in twenty eighteen with this idea about doing a fifty over fifty lists just on a whim and I was like why can't we celebrate age. Why can't we celebrate wisdom and experience at the advice of one of the people <hes> which I won't name but they're actually on the list <hes> they said you know you might want to contact everybody and make sure they wanna be on this list because to have their name on a fifty over fifty lists that actually could double down on the ageism that they might be experiencing because there might be people around them who don't not they're that old? I reached out to them and I asked them. Are you okay with this. And of course I was super happy because one hundred percent or just like absolutely I don't care put me on the list. I think it's awesome. There's this general stigma or this misperception that older people they they get set in their ways. They're not into learning. The thing that I find interesting is in the fiction we consume so veraciously you see older characters actors all the time they serve very important role in the hero's journey. They serve a very important role in narrative that we love you know the Oracle in the Matrix movies and tie appear from wonder woman. They served a very valuable role as a mentor tour guide. Why is it that that that same value that we place in older people is just not there in reality at that disconnect is always been really at the forefront? When I turned fifty years old it was a week before the big game developers conference in San Francisco? It's so instead of having my fiftieth birthday at home. I deferred it to the next week so our Party became partially my Fiftieth Birthday Party and I did it for. For a point because I wanted people to know that I'm fifty years old and I'm not ashamed I mean I already know I'm doubly challenged because not only am I a woman in tech also over fifty now but they want that to be emphasized and I guess in a way that was sort of a kernel that led to me eventually creating something like the fifty over fifty list that's Cate Edwards creator of the Global Gaming Industry fifty over fifty list and now for some related links a little more on that Google story which just came out this week. The company was sued in two thousand fifteen by sixty something tech worker who was denied a job at Google it later turned into a class action lawsuit. Now a judge still has to approve the settlement but court filings say Google will pay about eleven million dollars to settle claims of age discrimination from two hundred twenty seven different people Google doesn't admit any wrongdoing. The settlement says it'll have to work harder to prevent age discrimination with manager training and a new hiring committee we work was also sued for age discrimination last month as it prepares to go public the Wall Street Journal reported that it's former vice president of construction said we work quote consistently treated older employees differently than their younger colleagues and that his job was taken by someone twenty years younger and last year IBM put the brakes on an internal program called the millennial selenium core after age discrimination lawsuits used it as evidence the company could be biased toward younger worker but while the age discrimination in Employment Act of nineteen sixty seven specifically protect certain applicants and employees age forty or older. Let's acknowledge that ageism Ken also include unfair treatment of younger workers like underestimating their skills dismissing their opinions. It's something that's come up a lot more around going to say the M word here.
"cate" Discussed on Throwing Shade
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Probing the secrets of the feline mind
"Is all about scientists during these social mind cats in other words, how do they bond with us? How do the Hemu the Cate with us? How do they have the kind of learned involved to live with us and people been saying this dogs for decades? But nobody staying cats are not had been till recently, which was very upsetting for me. Because I really wanna story the story about how how smart cats are. But haven't had the opportunity to do. So until now Ray I mean, that's my question. Every time we do a look how smart is an well it understands the world and social interactions, and I'm like what about cats? I have a cat. He definitely tells me things he wants for sure. And I have two cats cat owners purely a lot of the stuff to be true. But it's one thing to sort of seed in your home. So they're being tested scientific. Right. Your cat made tell you. It's. Hungary. They tell you wants to go out with different cries. Hey, but how do you capture that and say how it works in cats, more, generally? It's right. So we'll kind of stuff what kind of questions were they asking about cats when you visit. The this lab in Oregon. This is a lab out in Oregon, Oregon state university. One of these are trying to vote how emotionally attached cats are to do the pick up on our motion cues in one of the experiments. They do is they actually have researcher go into a room with a cat. You know, the cats kinda freaked out because the weird environment cats leaving their home, the owner of been leaves the room in the cats alone by itself and other cats even more freaked out right, then the owner comes back in Africa. Couple minutes and often the cat will come greet the owner want get loved headed by the owner and will often happens. The cat will start Goff and explore the room on her own. So the cap may be starting to look into crevices to sniff around maybe play with toys, and a lucky would see that say, well, the cat crew doesn't care about the owner of the owner showed that back up. The cat was at high the owner than the cat went off again. But actually, this is a sign of the cat is emotionally tach. The owner will be socially attached the owner because the Kansas simply saying you're here. I know you are trust you now it can go off and do my cat thing. I can go explore this room. I feel safe that you're here. So dash he does short type of motion bonding the cats have with us, and they many able to do this with different pairs of animals and owners exactly they stay show this consistently and different cats have different personalities, not all cancer going to do this. But the fact that some cats will do this suggests that this is something that inherently cats are able to do they actually have this ability to be very emotionally and socially connected with us. Is that unexpected considering that they are domesticated animals, you know, it's weird. Because in some ways, we would expect domestic animals to be somewhat comfortable around us. But clearly, there's a range. I mean, a horse or cower chicken, there's a different relationship there that we have cats and dogs. Pigs aren't sleeping in our beds for most part, and we don't have horses in our house, so cats and dogs, you would think they would have to take this to the next level. They don't just need to be kind of. -cially aware and kind of emotional aware of us. But you have to have really be tuned into. They have to know. For example, what we mean, we make certain gestures are one of the beams experiments with dogs is your researchers will point at one of two bowls or go gaze at one of two balls and dogs actually will follow this very well. And it's the whole idea was allow dogs must be like so tune into us that they know what our gestures me 'cause even ship pansies, we pointed something they don't know what that means a lot of Amil struggle with especially with the gays. Look if you just look really quickly at something. This is something that's been very rarely observed any other type of animal so dogs really taking that to the next level that turns out cats can do that too. So the fact that cats and dogs can do it may suggest that they have this social bond with us the social intelligence that a lot of other animals, even other domestic animals might not have other kinds of domestication are often for service or jobs like you're gonna be food. You're going to my field. But with cats it's been much more like your. You're gonna live with me. Right. And that's one of the really surprising things. Here's to because cats and dogs have a very different background dogs. They were very heavily domesticated by people think they were heavily bred to be workers and kept pan-ion's helping us hunt, and do all these very complicated tasks, and so the idea was will dogs must be much more tuned into us because we've done this very aggressive domestication with them whereas cats as you alluded to share we kind of just once cats showed up and start hunting, mice and rats. We just kinda let them be cats. We didn't do a lot of stuff with them in terms of domestication. And yet we're seeing the cats of all a lot of the same skill set that dogs have which may indicate that this is the skill set. Both animals really need in order to live, and he's very close kind of intimate situations with human beings. This is something researchers were really doing while dogs got their day in the sun. But what other labs are involved in what kind of questions are they looking at right. And so in whether reasons I wrote the story is because before five or six. Ago. There was very little being done at least in terms of social intelligence on cats. And now we're seeing these labs pop up all over the world. So this is lavon Oregon is lobby. Mexico's couple out in Japan is a couple out in Turkey and they're starting variety things like the gays steady. I loot it to also other ideas with social attachments, if you go into a room with a scary object with your cat like a fan with streamers of this fans. Streamers are coming out of it. We got a picture of it in with the story. This is gonna freak out cat you expect an an often does. But what's really interesting is the owner behaves very calmly around objects even tries to quote unquote, make friends with says what a nice fan and to the cat like between meet this fan. It's such a nice fan. What was remarkable is some research has shown that the cats actually can take on these emotional cues in is freaking out the actually approach the fan. I saw can actually go up to just lie down right in front of it. The scary fan with streamers coming out as the owner was being very calm and really projecting. This very friendly. Calm state of mind of the cat seemed to be picking up. On. And what does that mean? That means again that you know, cats and similar work has been shown with dogs that they're very tuned into us as to what we're saying. But also how were feeling these really pick up on this these emotional cues that we let out a lot of the seems like something a cat owner or some a cat aficionado is tuned into their animals kind of expect. But other bigger questions that they're trying to answer. Besides, you know, do our cats understand us and kind of get things. Sometimes we'll, you know, one of these beer questions is what actually happened the horse domestication out, which is cats and dogs, but with it some of these other animals, we've been talking about and if we can figure out that even cats and dogs have similarities may see something about inherently some of the stuff that happens over domestication would air. Interesting things is that there's this idea that human beings actually, self domesticated in than we used to be very aggressive on cooperative species. And that we found a way to be much more friendly cooperative with each other and something very similar. We know or we suspect up with cats. They also self domes-. Iq as humans had seen with very little role in their domestication. And yet they were able to figure out a way to become more friendly and more cooperative and more used to living around other creatures than their ancestor was and so it's possible that we can tease apart with happened in the cab mind, we can maybe shed a little light about what happened in the human mind as well now. All right. So as a as a cat expert was there anything that you was prising to you as you were business labs and reading this new literature. Yeah. You know, I think one of the things that surprised me is that scientists actually get brave enough to study cats because nobody really wants to study cats you bring a dog into laboratory and a dog for the most part is really willing to do whatever you wanted to do dog'll sitting at mar I sit an MRI, it'll do trial trial trial of experiment, whereas cats are gonna freak out even if you come into their home stranger or these will participate. There's the cats they're gonna walk away into the other room. Even some the early experiments were replicated because the people that did them were just so frustrated with working outs. And was really surprising actually, kind of nice to see. He now is that a few brave souls like this group in organic in some of these other groups are taken other shot at and they're finding new ways to try to get them to participate in the experiments, and because of that we now have papers that are starting to come out that are really showing revealing all these things about cats that we may have suspected, but we didn't really know for sure scientifically until now is any of this research going to help us better care for our animals will. So if you look at the article, we have a table called how socially smart is your cat. Oh, and you can actually do some of these tests mobile simplified than with the you do you can try some of the stuff at home and figure out, you know, does your cat notes. Name how emotionally bonded to you is your cat. Independent is your cat is your cap refer you to food or vice versa. So those a few relatively simple experiments. You can do to figure out not only does this mean for all cat kind. But what does it mean for your particular cat as well as you do these tests? I haven't done yet. I think we did a name. Name test, which I think I don't think we should are cast do Norte Duda their names. But we haven't done the other. You think your cats would be good test of a little? I'm a little afraid to test them personally. Mike has a freight of nothing, but he doesn't do anything. Yes. That's the other problem. So the two problems of cats are there either freaked out or they just really wanna have nothing to do with whatever you wanna try to figure
Cate Blanchett Takes First American TV Role in FX’s Phyllis Schlafly Drama ‘Mrs. America’
Kim Kardashian makes another trip to the White House after zeroing in on the next prisoner she hopes to help free
"JR Kim Kardashian west not done with DC. She met with members of the administration, including Jared Kushner at the White House yesterday talk about the clemency process. Oh, Kim recently revealed that she's been working on a case of Chris young who is serving a life sentence for drug offenses. Now, the judge who convicted Chris reportedly joined Kim at the White House to advocate for prison reform. If you recall earlier this year, Kim and met with President Trump and was able to get Alice Marie Johnson released who was also given a life sentence for drug related.
Mattis: US support to Saudi coalition in Yemen not unconditional
"News United Nations secretary General Antonio Gutierrez is calling for accountability for the quote. Horrendous persecution of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. Adding your voice to the cause goodwill ambassador, and Academy Award winning actress Cate. Blanchett focus of our efforts must be to provide the, much needed support inside Bangladesh whilst working to ensure conditions in Myanmar Two returns China which has close ties to me, on Mars government says the international community should stop putting pressure on me and let its government work, out, the repatriation of Rohingya refugees the Pentagon says it's still backs an Arab led coalition that's fighting rebels in Yemen despite a UN report that says some of. The nation's involved may have committed
"cate" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"That was a drop the mic and pick it right back. What title is this movie mass up with these third billed actors and half the way and Emily Robinson. Who were they. We asked him, people are sometimes. You. It comes to one of those two names. I think one of them is well known in my no pretty who's Emily Robinson, and she's third build in a motion picture that you will find out the title of shortly. Thank you. You're welcome. Second built Cate Blanchett and Josh Hamilton. Do we know who's with who, or whose zoom in who even the first name is from the first half of the title, which is the title of a movie they were in. The second name is the second half every time. Who are the Cape Blanchette and win a date with Josh Hamilton. That was tad Hamilton. This is Josh Hamilton. So after the went on the daily changed his name. The woman usually do that. He'd murdered. He murdered his date and went into this relocation, but was stupid enough to change his first name. Jud about. Hi. Brilliant. No, we're looking for a guy, different name. Ocean's eight men out. Oh, no, oceans, eight. Oh, is there any order to how we can guess or no, Guesses you office. like. You like ocean, whatever you get freaks. Oh, that to the top billed people in this movie or Sandra Bullock oceans, eight mile and Elsie Fisher. Ocean's eight millimeter. Oceans..
U.S. actors, TV networks agree to end casting couch
"The country's largest actors union works to eliminate the casting couch shag after which represents one hundred sixty thousand journalists actors dancers and many more has struck a new deal with abc cbs nbc and fox to limit on dishes held in hotel rooms in private homes in an effort to address sexual harassment in entertainment industry the change comes in the wake of several women publicly accusing big players in hollywood's such as disgraced movie producer harvey weinstein of sexual misconduct in salt would spark the metoo movement and led to weinstein pleading not guilty to criminal charges as parable crime as rape is it is equally reprehensible to the falsely accused i'm sierra crawford there's a new number one film at the box office the star studded heist movie ocean's eight starring sandra bullock cate blanchett and riana earned forty one and a half million dollars in its debut week in north american theaters i'm john trout good lord smile honey he's still not smiling maybe he's not a smiler yeah maybe he's just not a happy baby maybe he's just being a boy or maybe he's teething maybe it's just a phase maybe he has autism and we can definitely do something to help maybe is all you need to find out more about autism no big joyful smiles by six months is one early sign learn the others at autismspeaks dot org slash signs brought to you by autism speaks.
"cate" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"So so you're telling you have riana in this movie right solutely like one of the biggest cons pulled by this film i think is like treating riyan as though she's not one of the most beautiful women in the world i kind of feel like that that there is a there is an authentic city to the idea among us of women that they aren't treated as awesome as they would like buy buy yes absolutely what do you feel like there's an apotheosis when they're all in their ballgowns like yeah totally yeah oh yeah yeah because that is to certain extent a kind of leveling except for glorious glorious cate blanchett in her pants in her like jumpsuit style kind of motorcycle like evil can evil ask motorcycle cat up that was so so so cool but everyone else is is you know some version of conventional in that right in in that final shot and it's almost like i don't know i'd like the i'd like something that's a little more a little more mold breaking but i guess it's just yet another yet another domain of excellence right like an end that's the that's the point that you're making it's kind of like how many things how many things do we have to do right like how many do you have to be better at in order to be treated like we're decent right and that's awesome awesome i would even say awesome because it's not a populist movie they don't give the money to the poor they keep it for themselves but they represent in things like this it's like they represent the represent a populist awesomeness that's that's they represent a class of people right like it's not it's not a literal it's not a work of literal.
"cate" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Premise you heard it right there mastermind debbie ocean seven other female thieves trying to steal a necklace for goodness sake at the new york annuals met gala pg thirteen one hour fifty minutes long movie sandra bullock cate blanchett and hathaway mindy kaeling and a slew of other character sarah paulson is in it so it actually has gotten pretty good reviews the movie say saw the movie reviews i've read say that sandra bullock steals the laughs because she has a and she's just quirky and funny and all that kind of stuff but it has a female twist i get finds an audience it may be the biggest movie of the weekend maybe of the weekend i removed from oceans eight to ant man and the wasp i just have one question wouldn't cap needed help fred asked you would you have come i guess we'll never know if you had you've never been caught i do some things people love the most price thanks to you we had to run we're still running just need someone watching him back palinka partner.
Anne Hathaway Shares Rihanna’s Hilarious Comment About Her Post-Baby Booty
"Tell us what you think in the morning toasters group that is something that sounds appealing to you totally that'd be so fun every day we'll do it live episodes of the toasting the rec hall i'm shocked oh my god doesn't it amazing does we need to literally higher like video artifact of any of the whole thing oh my god that would be a menacing okay next story riyadh untold anne hathaway quote we we went from khloe interest into camp toast with the offer i know well that's the power of the kardashians they just give everyone ideas to be like amazing business people totally reality told anne hathaway quote you've got an ass like me dying definitely not true during an appearance on ellen on thursday anne hathaway confessed to being less than completely comfortable with her body after giving birth to her son jonathan rosebank shulman has running team has shagged her child is jewish give me one was wondering quote i don't beat myself up about any of that stuff anymore but after i had my son the wait was really slow to come off and so i was the difference is in normally anne anne hathaway told ellen the generous luckily the star who has spoken out about fat shamed all the time in the past received plenty of encouragement from her oceans eight cast mate i walked on the set and my waits a little up and i'm just aware of it she can need and sandy bullock looks up and goes you look good mama and then cate blanchett's like nice jeans hathaway but it was a racy compliment from the diamonds hitmaker that happened at thrilled hathaway most quote riano looks up and goes damn girl you got an ass the actors recounted you've got nasa like me understandably thrilled the oscar winner added i of course was freaked out and loved it so much a my god that is so cute i have a vision of what the ocean oceans eight cast and filming like when like and i really hope it's similar to what to what i think but i just saw weird interview with sarah paulson in cape blanchett on hoda.
Steven Spielberg Plans 2019 Start Date for 'Indiana Jones 5
"And this was revealed by steven spielberg at the empire awards last night indiana jones five is going to begin filming in the united kingdom and april twenty nineteen it's set for a july twentieth twenty twenty release date harrison ford will be there kathleen kennedy and frank marshall are producing it as they always have steven spielberg will be back as well i don't know how many people liked kingdom of the crystal skull i didn't hate it i know that some people out there hated it i'll be honest though i don't wanna see this and it's not because i disliked kingdom the crystal skull i was actually intrigued by the possibilities there but the problem is harrison ford has lost his fastball and all of a sudden are you going to turn over the indiana jones franchise to shiloh buff who played his son with marian in the original raiders of the lost ark and of course in kingdom of the crystal skull like i don't know where they i don't know where they go i don't know where they go with indiana jones from here but to go with harrison ford again i think you're asking for trouble i don't think you're gonna end up happy i think you're gonna ultimately end up the rest i think a lot of people were depressed in already with a kingdom of the crystal skull cate blanchett wasn't terrible bad guy that she was a commie russian i i think that the problem was that people don't really like shiloh buff that much i i do not want them to make this we gotta we gotta move on to being more original i mean for example i took a watch of valerian on saturday night when i got home and i was eating my pizza by myself drunkenly in my apartment wow i have i don't wanna be alabama sev i didn't i didn't want to be all by myself there but i watched this movie i actually enjoyed it it was original i never heard of valerian franchise before i guess it was based off of some sort of book good was intriguing by instead of seeing stuff like that like people taking risks putting a movie out there that maybe won't be the most successful film and instead of going with the franchises it's a little bit depressing it's a little bit depressing.
Sharon Tate’s sister supports Kate Bosworth playing late actress
"Partly cloudy fourteen tonight it's 30 now you win is a my covered alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment eliminated ever all loopholes on my top might declining guy to we on through it for this first doors of a puzzle in the we'll explain to you why after a talked about it sharon tate sister's supports kate bosworth playing her sibling after slamming hillary duff this is debra tate and she confirmed the people that all she is acting as a producer of the movie tate starring cate vase worth explained i'd also directed by cates husband michael polish she explained debra did that she approves of the film because it has nothing to do with sharon's death she added they're telling your story as a woman aside from the murders gate is going to capture sharon's heart filling in attitude while there is no one has ever going to be like sharon at the she educate is very sharon like she's kindhearted gentle and generous the labral i am all was okay with this no because these producing it and shall make money there and it's also going to be about you know as we all know in your area all i know is i'm looking at a photo of key browsers as guaranteed in a assailed from that will be and it is terrible oh not no it's not his in verse into ag personnel she's older than sharon tate sharon tate was twenty seven when she was her life was taken so they should be per train i'm thinking like sharon tate from high school to you know like yes he keith bosworth is not even a good actor yeah selling it i have to say that if we're just doing sidebyside comparison elista looks hillary duff looks more like sharon tate heating k vaas where he added all down i'm good the area has denied verdict we will never see the movie yep must for proud michael jordan who we all love announced that he will add the inclusion rider to all projects produced by his company outline our society productions of course frances mcdormand spark interest in the inclusion writer at the un excellent data that the mayoralty michael would be jordan says in support of the.
"cate" Discussed on AP News
"As much as three inches of snow per hour to parts of new england after dumping snow from north lord all along the east coast storm arrived at high tide in boston we i saw the water going over i feel like style as really scary and i don't think it very seen that before and so i don't know what kind of damage that is going to cause president trump's lawyers redness ceaseanddesist letter to the publisher of fire in fury white house press secretary sarah sanders present absolutely believes in the first amendment they as we've said before the president also believes in making sure that information is accurate before pushing it out as fact when it's certainly and clearly is not the publisher has moved up the books released two tomorrow south korean official says both koreas have agreed to hold their first talks in more than two years starting next tuesday i'm tim mcguire australian actress cate blanchett will head this year's cannes film festival jury top can't organizers have said in the statement there delighted to welcome such a rare and unique artist whose talent and convictions enrich both screen and stage bunch of is also a campaigner against sexual harassment the shares event on the french riviera will take place from may eighth through the 19th the gut scathing reviews from critics was ridiculed on social media but that hasn't stopped the wiggs from green lighting a sequel to the film breiz and don't expect us remu service to make many changes to its winning for losing formula star will smith richard david air are expected to.
"cate" Discussed on KOIL
"This is jonathan gillam back in the studio from a good buddy sean hannity and joining me again is my good my other good buddy daniel mcglaughlin who hugs like a steelworker i shall do what sharon hugging at the end of this and she i am she's a little taller than hobbits actually actually humour you look more like the elven princess all that so nice of you to say i forgot with her name is alwyn and amazon when you would know that yeah being from new zealand i think she's play by cate blanchett his australian but i still we have a little bit of thing with the australians if sean connery had been in that in that movie oh yeah it would have been like this are actually grow merging woman um and an ageing ilf well if this radio thing doesn't work out for you than maybe there's a life for you and sean connery and his nations to sam rainsy all right so look this villas finish this off because we'll get a couple minutes uh what do you think the american people that are born here because i think the reality when we talk about the lack of or the the the fall of american exceptionalism the lack of unity in this country whether its liberal and conservative getting along or a conservative get along seemed like liberals get along pretty well but conservatives are so they're free thinkers they don't follow a narrative a lot of the time i think th liberals are more dedicated to their narrative it far more than conservatives conservatives when it comes on be left alone and uh what would you say to the american people regardless of liberal conservative from somebody who's come here to this country is becoming a citizen what is it that we may have forgotten because i know that comfort kills comfort kills freedom comfort.
"cate" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Kind of playing it for yok's and it doesn't work you got cate blanchett due in jokes in this fucking thing i mean these are bombs yet alleged one of the most talented and stunning human beings on or she is one of my favorite actresses she's gorgeous entries borders in this movie for johnson can't describe deliver a goddamn joke well why are they your energy and she's the goddess of death and they got her up they're going i need you to be back secutiy ah both to kill people and carry out my will but mostly to kill people internet site is doing it's at hera both all these jokes from the shake weighed on down our jokes folks i think are probably out of the mix on like a good multi kim sitcom like they got cate blanchett go unlike like did i say that out loud this kinda like stuff that elbowroom would be like come all we can't do that really can we uh uh it's a lot on blamed blanchett because i thought she was a rare bright spot probably because i just thought she looked great but here's your husband now i look them up during the movie house he hit us uk blanchard's mary to ship you the most stunning woman i've ever seen yeah sky looks like uh uh he's a play right i mean it gave me hope a record a should on the guy but he's not who you think cate blanchett would be to assure it gave me great hope i was like all right like you know she gets better look with age ruffalo folks is bad in this movie i want to hear us that it's weird um it's weird and then the you know here here's my biggest i got to harp on this comedy thing for well when every when jokes are being made every three seconds and then also you're bringing characters back from the dead lowkey back again holck back from the dead.
"cate" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"She help though odin and everything but she's not that important no i thought she'd play a much bigger role the way she was played up in the trailers i thought she was bringing rag narok i actually is going to destroy it all yes that is the confusion igf out is that she's not ending things by coming through the palace and destroying mureaux and killing people she really is yet another lame marvel villain who's gest here because she wants to rule the cosmos the one i put her on par with quite honestly is ronen from guardians of the galaxy who is there to put a lot of events into motion in to conquer the galaxy and to kill a lotta people and field dangerous ronen was boring though at least cate blanchett here is fun to watch when she is onscreen that i will die take away from her she's fun to watch she's given nothing to do i can't believe that we're going to spend so much time with four and lowkey apart from her having a totally different movie that frankly when we get back to you forgotten she strive you know she walked continued to have for the middle of the movie a dialogue with scourge that goofy guy at the beginning is going to become her executioner and she's going to just basically try and keep up with the joke telling she does funny a joke tellers the problem no she whatever she tries to dehu were mike oh she gave it our best they're nice try you don't quite up at comedy thing down i could tell you know with a comedian yet those jokes just seemed seamless with her they feel like a lot of effort was put behind to try to get a downright and she shouldn't be funny i mean she should be the thing that's anchoring this movie in something more substantial you know this is the scary part you want to fear her and unfortunately we spent so much time with her just kind of walking around the kingdom twiddling their thumbs.
"cate" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Jason and so all right what what are we call vistaprint is this she did okay aplomb recovered that all right so what is your name for it's you went through all this trouble what is your suggestion for less means stanton jacob just talking today about what an awful awful name that is you keep people get her confusing cate blanchett if they're lucky they get her confuse uk blerta tilda swinton is such a chameleon andrei name it till the swinton movie hulu focus to lose we got a new name where he personally offended by that i don't know the puk that company enterprises shoulders swinton back i'm not saying uber exhibits with snow pure sir that's a great one for your list snow pearson who break the irs shirts no pierre syria iraq very good in that year's laser black arose user slow going to do told us when we are already signing still jaeger healing won the name told us we movie what what's the funding that so what i'd like the two of you to do steven andrei the ap were team new side like the to get together and nemeth think of an actor the big you know more movies than jacob notice and that'll be who we plan we'll give you guys a little i hate mickey rourke a little lega don't you dare of if you hate him of course you know our budget movie i love nick you go to a we get to.