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Azar leads highest-level US delegation to Taiwan in decades

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:44 sec | 3 hrs ago

Azar leads highest-level US delegation to Taiwan in decades

"And Human Services Secretary Alex A czar. He's in Taiwan all kinds off global implications to that visit. Ed Baxter has the global news. Gather. Sure you're absolutely right. Tom, the highest level visit by an American Cabinet officials since the break and formal relations in 1979 how Bloomberg Stephen Angle says it plays into the current U. S. China problems big time This one is not on the military side is more on the health side, but still a high level Cabinet member of the Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar, visiting Taipei, the highest ranking U. S official in decades. Surely to rankle Beijing he's due to meet with the president's science Bang. Along with other health officials. The

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US health chief to visit Taiwan

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:09 sec | 4 hrs ago

US health chief to visit Taiwan

"Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar is in Taiwan due to meet with President Sion Wang, along with other health officials

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HHS Secretary optimistic that COVID-19 vaccine could be available by end of year

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

HHS Secretary optimistic that COVID-19 vaccine could be available by end of year

"Minutes. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says the race to develop a Corona virus vaccine looking promising is very credible that we will have the high tens of millions of doses of FDA gold standard vaccine by the end of this year and many hundreds of millions of doses of vaccine by the beginning of next year Secretary a czar on Fox News there now big investments in six vaccines and a czar's comments comes the federal government has reached it. Deal with Johnson and Johnson for 100 million doses of covert 19 vaccine the deal worth just over $1 billion some of doubted the speed at which the vaccine is going to be available to the

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Chicago public schools will start the school year all virtual

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Chicago public schools will start the school year all virtual

"And Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar backing up. The Trump administration is pushed to reopen schools in the fall. It's going very based on local circumstances there, maybe communities where that doesn't make sense. But for the most part are kids can and need to get back to school, and it can be done in ways that protect them and keep them safe. After a handful of schools in Georgia opened this week, a second grade class had to be shut down after a student tested positive for covert 19 just two days into the academic year. Chicago schools announcing today all K through 12 students will take virtual class is to begin the new school year. President Trump this morning telling Fox News he believes school age kids are virtually immune from Corona virus.

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US signs contract with Pfizer for COVID-19 vaccine doses

AP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

US signs contract with Pfizer for COVID-19 vaccine doses

"And Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar tells Fox and friends. The government has made a vaccine deal would drug producer Pfizer We just signed a contract with global pharmaceutical leader Fizer. To produce 100 million doses of vaccine starting in December of this year with an option to buy another half a 1,000,000,000 doses. Cesar ads They're also contracting with other producers.

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US signs contract with Pfizer for COVID-19 vaccine doses

Morning Edition

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

US signs contract with Pfizer for COVID-19 vaccine doses

"Maker Pfizer to create Corona virus vaccines. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar announced the deal today on Fox News. We just signed a contract with global pharmaceutical leader Fizer to produce 100 million doses of vaccine starting in December of this year. With an option to buy another half a 1,000,000,000 doses if they work, and if they're approved by the Food and Drug Administration. The goal is to have them available starting next January. The vaccine is still in clinical trials. A new study on its safety and effectiveness is set to begin in a few weeks. The U. S. Is shutting down the Chinese consulate in

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Ex-governor of Chihuahua, Mexico wanted on corruption charges arrested in Miami

WBBM Late Morning News

00:27 sec | Last month

Ex-governor of Chihuahua, Mexico wanted on corruption charges arrested in Miami

"Fugitive, has been arrested in Florida West marshals caught up with Cesar Duarte in Miami. It's believed the ex governor of the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua was hiding out in the US since an arrest warrant was issued for him. Three years ago. The 57 year old was arrested on corruption charges for allegedly diverting some $52 million in public funds while a Mexican state governor for six years beginning in 2010. Jim Krystle is CBS. No Nyah

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César Duarte: Fugitive Mexican ex-governor arrested in Miami

WBBM Evening News

00:28 sec | Last month

César Duarte: Fugitive Mexican ex-governor arrested in Miami

"Federal authorities in the South Florida have arrested an international fugitive U. S marshals caught up with Cesar Duarte in Miami. It's believed the ex governor of the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua was hiding out in the US since an arrest warrant was issued for him three years ago. The 57 year old was arrested on corruption charges for allegedly diverting some $52 million in public funds while a Mexican state governor for six years beginning in

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Coronavirus death toll surpasses 500,000 worldwide

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:31 sec | Last month

Coronavirus death toll surpasses 500,000 worldwide

"University says the global Corona virus death toll is now over 500,000 and U. S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex Cesar says this nation is now in a critical period. The window is closing. We have to act and people is individuals have to act responsibly comes as the total worldwide count of Corona virus cases has topped 10 million. In the United States. There are now more than 2.5 1,000,000 cases, and the death toll is about to reach 126,000 here in our

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HHS Secretary Alex Azar on coronavirus surge and why the window to contain the virus is closing

WBBM Late Morning News

00:26 sec | Last month

HHS Secretary Alex Azar on coronavirus surge and why the window to contain the virus is closing

"It with coronavirus cases surging in the south and west health secretary Alex Cesar tells CBS this morning young people have to be persuaded to do more to help flatten the curve our governors are reporting that the majority of these new cases are under age thirty five and many of them are a symptomatic and we've got to get this under control because those individuals can spread this disease even unknowingly to those who are most

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U.S. health regulators have pulled their emergency authorization for malaria drugs prescribed for the coronavirus

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | Last month

U.S. health regulators have pulled their emergency authorization for malaria drugs prescribed for the coronavirus

"US regulators revoking emergency authorization for malaria drugs promoted by president trump for treating cold at nineteen the food and drug administration says that the drugs hydroxy Clark went and chloroquine are unlikely to be effective treating the coronavirus health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar dismisses the FDA's decision to drugs approved in the United States has been for decades if a doctor wishes to prescribe that working with the patient they may prescribe for any purpose that they wish to do so not only touted by Mr trump even used it he says to help fight covert I took it and I felt good about taking it I don't know but had an impact but it certainly didn't hurt me I feel I feel good citing reports of heart complications the FDA says the drugs pose a greater risk to patients than any potential

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'Not stopping': Defiant NYC protesters march through curfew

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

'Not stopping': Defiant NYC protesters march through curfew

"For president an eight an eighth PM trump straight curfew says didn't night this summer's stop protesters thousands Republican of fanned demonstrators convention out nationwide will were marching not through be while held the speaking streets in North of Carolina out New York against City after police but all reports violence of vandalism the president and says looting he's looking were down for a new host this was state not the after widespread North Carolina free for all governor seen here in another Roy Washington guy Cooper still George a Democrat there was Floyd looting refused was in the Manhattan rallying to guarantee cry the police convention say there were about could be two held hundred in Charlotte and thousands eighty arrests gathered without mostly in Lafayette restrictions for disorderly park due across conduct to a coronavirus from the White many House concerns stayed out past Cooper told curfew organizers peacefully in New the York pandemic protesting mayor requires bill for de the Blasio most planning part promised for a including scaled they're Andreas being down hurt event Johnsson with and says we fewer will police make people that were change roughing people the president I had am grab been certain demanding innocent I a guarantee full people for house no it reason diplomacy at Charlotte's was resisting and spectrum decided center president like trump's GOP demands call for that them governors he bring in in Tennessee to the the National ground Florida Guard this tool to and stop was Georgia he's violent a had journalist shown protesters interest and a price in hosting thousands does the convention a press of pass troops in a are push on if the streets into North the ground Carolina here it was in DC also fell a police through and shooting elsewhere which chief Sager of department in the Chicago made Terence Connie suburb Monahan Washington of says Cicero was unrelated Cesar to Bautista the protests is glad involving to see a man them with after a gun days in of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I said I have been critical I think of the it's chaos a no of the city I think and it's want a to send ridiculous in the National song Guard or make Julie ani Washington Walker in New York

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Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

"For president an eighth trump straight says night this summer's protesters Republican fanned convention out nationwide will not be while held speaking in North Carolina out against after police all violence the president says he's looking for a new host state after North Carolina governor here in Roy Washington Cooper George a Democrat Floyd refused was the rallying to guarantee cry the convention could be held in Charlotte thousands gathered without in Lafayette restrictions park due across to a coronavirus from the White House concerns Cooper told organizers in New the York pandemic mayor requires bill de Blasio planning promised for a scaled they're being down hurt event with and we fewer will make people that change the president I had am been certain demanding I a guarantee full house it diplomacy at Charlotte's was resisting spectrum center president trump's GOP demands that governors he bring in in Tennessee the National Florida Guard to and stop Georgia violent had shown protesters interest in hosting thousands the convention of troops are on if the streets North Carolina here in DC fell through and elsewhere Sager in the Chicago made Connie suburb Washington of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

"For president an eighth trump straight says night this summer's protesters Republican fanned convention out nationwide will not be while held speaking in North Carolina out against after police all violence the president says he's looking for a new host state after North Carolina governor here in Roy Washington Cooper George a Democrat Floyd refused was the rallying to guarantee cry the convention could be held in Charlotte thousands gathered without in Lafayette restrictions park due across to a coronavirus from the White House concerns Cooper told organizers in New the York pandemic mayor requires bill de Blasio planning promised for a scaled they're being down hurt event with and we fewer will make people that change the president I had am been certain demanding I a guarantee full house it diplomacy at Charlotte's was resisting spectrum center president trump's GOP demands that governors he bring in in Tennessee the National Florida Guard to and stop Georgia violent had shown protesters interest in hosting thousands the convention of troops are on if the streets North Carolina here in DC fell through and elsewhere Sager in the Chicago made Connie suburb Washington of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

"For an eighth straight night protesters fanned out nationwide while speaking out against police violence here in Washington George Floyd was the rallying cry thousands gathered in Lafayette park across from the White House in New York mayor bill de Blasio promised they're being hurt and we will make that change I am certain I guarantee it diplomacy was resisting president trump's demands that he bring in the National Guard to stop violent protesters thousands of troops are on the streets here in DC and elsewhere in the Chicago suburb of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

"For an eighth straight night protesters fanned out nationwide while speaking out against police violence here in Washington George Floyd was the rallying cry thousands gathered in Lafayette park across from the White House in New York mayor bill de Blasio promised they're being hurt and we will make that change I am certain I guarantee it diplomacy was resisting president trump's demands that he bring in the National Guard to stop violent protesters thousands of troops are on the streets here in DC and elsewhere in the Chicago suburb of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Protesters return to the streets as Trump decries 'lowlifes'

"For an eighth straight night protesters fanned out nationwide while speaking out against police violence here in Washington George Floyd was the rallying cry thousands gathered in Lafayette park across from the White House in New York mayor bill de Blasio promised they're being hurt and we will make that change I am certain I guarantee it diplomacy was resisting president trump's demands that he bring in the National Guard to stop violent protesters thousands of troops are on the streets here in DC and elsewhere in the Chicago suburb of Cicero Cesar Bautista is glad to see them after days of deadly violence it makes me feel safer at Lydia vehicle Rana says they shouldn't be there overkill I think it's a no I think it's a ridiculous song or make ani Washington

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Delores

PODSHIP EARTH

06:06 min | 3 months ago

Delores

"C. Safeway or yes we can is a rallying cry for justice freedom and dignity that was born from the heart and mind of civil rights revolutionary. Dolores wet the chant of Si Se. Puede his been taken up by many movements. From Barack Obama's two thousand eight presidential campaign to the fight for climate justice to the continued struggle for workers rights to Spain's anti austerity campaigns of 2019. Martin Luther King Junior said that the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends towards justice we all know that it only bends towards justice because of individuals willing to put themselves on the front lines of the Civil Rights Struggle Laura Sweater who turned ninety on April tenth. Twenty twenty has never left the front lines. She's a force of nature that has transformed the lives of those who grow and harvest the food that sustains each of us creating the phone welcome movement with Cesar Chavez she is the mother of the modern labor movement also came up with the idea that consumers have the power to shape and push industries like great growers to improve farm worker conditions. She then that. Labor negotiations to memorialize will can benefit in the nation's first of their kind collective bargaining agreements. Deloris is a fearless and incredibly effective advocate legislation. She championed the landmark building nineteen sixty to allow people to take the California driver's examination in Spanish. And and she's never stopped last year. She helped enact leads to create California's Fund for safe and affordable drinking water Quetta who describes himself as a born again feminists consciously incorporated feminism into her fight for workers rights and push Gloria Steinem and the one thousand nine hundred sixty s to expand the feminist movement to include issues of race thereby helping make feminism and Movement for all women not just white women from the beginning. Dolores wet has also been an environmental champion fighting to protect workers from harmful pesticides sanding shoulder to shoulder with native Americans at Standing Rock and picking up litter after every rally she led. I Talk About a fiftieth anniversary with my hero and living legend Dolores Wetter Kelly. Working Fourteen hour days with Heff Foundation to make sure farmwork has have access to protective equipment food and benefits during this pandemic. And if you thought you knew everything about Delores also talk about why she loves burning man. Dolores where are you right now all right now? I'm in the belly of the beast. I'm in Bakersfield California Bakersfield and all of Kern county. You are going through really rough times right now. Dolores is a lot of people that have been laid off. I think it's over a thousand oil workers that have been laid off. One of the company is completely. Shut Down Lager. People EARN EMPLOYEES CIVILLY TRAGIC. But we know at the same time. And that's why we see that our air is a little cleaner a usually here in Kern county. We are women the worst areas of pollution for air pollution in the country. And we know that that air pollution really affects not only the physical health especially if the children but also the mental health of children. Here we have Not only to freeways that can make your highway ninety nine and highway five of but then we have all of the pollution that comes from the Agricultural Industry Caesar industrial growers that have not really converted their tractors They're so easy in a lot of diesel. It's a big struggle and when you try to bring to the attention they consider this to be an attack instead of thinking. Okay what do we have to do to make them more economically friendly jobs for people so these are the challenges that we have ahead of us as we try to convert all of the fossil fuel industries into industries. That are more friendly for everybody. So deloris in the late fifties and sixties when you have founding the farmworker movement and and really bringing those issues to the full when whether environmental issues like drinking water and air quality and pesticide runoff. How did those issues fest? Come to your attention right at the beginning at the very beginning you know. I grew up in Stockton California which is also like a cultural area. I was in a field in. I see this what I thought was fog rolling in but I thought how can you have fog in the summertime? Well it was a pesticide residue. That was rolling in. That was one of the first things that farmer who's complained about about the effects of Pesticides. And so we had so many cases of pesticide poisonings. Sometimes Terry crews like thirty. Forty people would been poisoned at the same time. How can this happen? Slow regard for the health farm workers so one of the first contracts that I signed a day. Employers tell exactly how many pesticides they were going to spray and where they were going to be spread out and then we passed legislation to make sure that the appeals are posted of when they sprayed some of these dangerous pesticides and then we work very very hard to get some of these dangerous pesticides restricted and banned forever and unfortunately a lot of pesticides we had because like Didi they were then shipped to Mexico to Latin American countries. And so here but we had all of these farmers could children that. Were being bored with these horrible deformities being born without arms without legs so horrific here you had children in Mexico and parts of Latin America. That were having exactly the same type of affection disabilities that were coming from pesticides

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"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:15 min | 3 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Know I mean I guess? Now is the time to live a full life within the concern. No no this has been really really great and yeah I just. I am so delighted to talk to you since our because I just feel like we've been interviewing a lot of writers from the show who've been there since the beginning it's been so refreshing to hear somebody who is two years in and comes from you know like a completely different approach in writing for television and I just feel like your voice is very needed and you know. It's just really great to talk to you about your experience with no thank you. Thank you my my first episode. I think we'll be coming out in November around then assuming television still exists and we're not just doing puppet shows around at oil drunk fire or something But I'm super excited for it. I see designs for it and like drawings and like it throws that little kid I used to watch. The show is getting these drawings in like macaroni has notes on them. And I'm like Oh shit you know like a super thrill I mean there are we. We've had kind of new inflex a writer since I've been there that. Yeah you also talk to Elizabeth Effort CAIRN and Conrad and Christine Nangle. Megan Amran was their first strength when she wasn't on the good place and talk to that. Because also I think Megan Amraam had a simpsons. Themed Bar Mitzvah. If I'm not mistaken. Say like there's this wave of people who grew up with this show and love it so it's interesting to see you again like you're saying like kind of that next wave. I mean when you guys wanted me to be on the show. I'm like A. They talked to people like bill. Oakley and Josh Weinstein or whatever like I would have I done much so but I'm super happy to talk about you know how I got here and how people can kind of sit there shooting to do the same thing or whatever the dream they have like the that it's possible. I was a little older than us. You know I know. People who've been writing in writers rooms from the age of twenty six or something like that shit like jealous of them when I was twenty six but once I was in the writer's room at thirty six I was like hey I mean if you got here you know great. I mean you're here because someone wants to hear your voice. I'm here because your mind so it by the time I got here. It wasn't about being jealous anymore. It was just about kind of earning the spot and kind of enjoying a moment to not being like all right. But what am I going to do? My part what am I gonNa do you know? Should I leave the show now this or like? Yeah you know all that stuff. That is very much. I mean it's being on the simpsons very much. It's very easy Cadillac. Little island to be on and be like. Oh I can get comfortable here because people are so great because you. I've loved the show for so long but yet it's such a thrill week. Shake things up in you know. Do a Thanksgiving of Horror Episode. Like we still manage to find ways to shake things up. Do something new that like it might might episode is a complete historic flash back I won't spoil it too much We were thrilled to do it so there was so much. I think it's going to be artistically one of the really memorable episodes big across the hopefully people people feel the same way when it comes out but I'm super excited about. That's amazing it's been such a joy to talk to you in to get this insight about becoming a writer and having this really rich background and thank you so much for coming on and talking to. Us thank you for having absolutely and where can people find you and your work? Guess on twitter. I Emma at Cesar we get it. C. We get it might work on. Tv On young Simpson's at the end at eight twenty nine you'll see my name flash at the end there but yeah and as far as I guess there's a couple sketches and stuff online but that's awesome. Well.

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"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

05:58 min | 3 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"And I and I got up and I shook his hand and I immediately walked out and looked at my watch. The meeting started at one one. Ten one eleven or something else like. I took this job in ten minutes at the I mean I guess. He knew already from my talkers back or whatever that he wanted to get. Any of these staff meetings are usually just like isn't person Weirdo are they. How do they tell story? Do they smell like all that kind of stuff and I guess in that ten minutes he could tell And Yeah it's been a dream remember since I've been there for about two years now and may yeah. Wow congratulations thanks thanks. It's still a thrill I mean when I was driving to work now that the drive isn't there almost every day just like like driving to a dream job. It's it's it's it's rare it's such a privilege it's amazing and I I I love it and everyone is so great because it could have been easier kind of being a jerk to the young new idiot. But they've been super cool and super grateful to them all. That's great so we're actually going to start to wrap up the conversation but I really WanNa know through both the workshops that you've done and your personal experience. What are some of the most important lessons that you could give a new writer starting out today? lessons to a new writer writer and I think for the thing that that turned the corner from me for SPEC riding was looking online. This is a New York in on someone's blog and his name is key on Kim. It was somebody who had gotten into the programs and it was like his advice on how to get into the program or whatever and he had this bit of advice about five three scripts by show that you're SPEC ING mine was a partner wreck found three parks and REC scripts online And then he said. Break them down in an excel spreadsheet. How many jokes are there per page? How many times you know does whatever Tom Haverford. How joke versus Leslie? Note How Long Is Act One? How long is act three and then see what the average is? 'cause you'd be surprised at how it is a mathematical equation. And what you can be. Funny I mean you can know how to tell a joke. You know how to tell a story but this really is a language like TV is such specific language. So it's learning Mandarin. You can learn you can learn if you apply yourself you can learn mandarin but then that next little ten percent is going to be. Can you write a poem in manner? You know what I'm saying. So that's the stuff that the artist or whatever has already but you really have to mold that to like what the world of television is. I think that was a big part of my kind of recognizing that like oh I wrote a really crappy thirty rocks joke joke joke jokes but did it. Did it end with act one end with needed to end? No it was like on page whatever twenty three or something so you know I. It's just that's the big part of it is the language and then after that team up with people go shoot a little web series are Go to Do some Improv Improv. Classes do some standup meet other. People like minded people that you can work with. I didn't do that in New York and I did. A little bit but not in the comedy sense that completely changed. That's what you meet people and that's when you get opportunities and those things where the kind of the biggest kind of game pages for me and also in Chris. Maxwell me this when I was there when I was in the order. Brothers writers workshop like live aid kind of complete life. Like you know people like that. I worked at a funeral home because it was a story So for People. That are like Oh. I'm an assistant to so and so sometimes I think especially for getting a program. Sometimes that's good that can also be a hindrance as well. What's your experience like a medal lady at Mixer? It were all the programs programs and she worked for the CDC and she yet casing viruses all over the world and then she got one of these viruses in almost died and it was like. Maybe I don't WanNa do this anymore. Maybe I've always wanted to be a writer and wrote like one pilot one speck and both of them got into two separate programs. One of them got into the Sundance Program. I THINK AGAINST RIDERS LAB. So yeah immediately. That's like an. Oh Wow. This is an amazing story or like this guy used to be a cop person but you can also volunteer at a senior center in a completely different outlook. Like all these little different ways of like. What is your story like kind of color? Your story a little more so that it's not just like well at work here office night do this. And that like you know cuddly that that is going to be kind of gets you into the room and gets you remember you know. That's great advice and I think that You know a lot of Younger people to to no fault of anyone like they come into rooms with stories of other shows. They've watched you know rather than just their own does. Yeah like I you know a lot of life will remind me of the simpsons and so I think that is very easy touchstone for me to say to say. Oh it's like this thing instead of like. Oh it's like this part of my life you know but I so I think that having your own stories and going out and doing things absolutely not only makes you a more well rounded writer but just a a more fun person to talk to Julia any other questions before we say goodbye and I'll go back to our bunkered lives now. I'm just like thinking about how I've wasted my.

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"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Let's talk about the simpsons so growing up. Were you a fan or when did you start watching to show like literally from the first episode? I watched I definitely watched tracey Ullman show and saw it as a little cartoons that you know Kinda zany weird squiggly and stuff. I was at perfect Sweet spot of like I guess this is aging myself but you know ten eleven year old kid or whatever so like when it started I kind of innocence started like it was almost perfect for me like it was the things that were too adult for me that were things that were to baby for me and that was that sweet spot of like. Oh this is weird crazy kind of sense of humor. That's new and different when I got to the show like it reminded me of that movie. Three hundred where and in early in the movie you see these kids are trained to be warriors from the age of like I was like Oh this show trade me to write for this show from the age abate like show molded my sense of humor in such a huge way. I mean when I go home. There's still a dresser from when I was a kid that I like drew graffiti all over. And there's really bad. Bart Simpson Drives Homer. Simpson drawings on it from when I was twelve years old so it's impossible to to kind of state. How much show meant to me as a kid. I still have copies on. Vhs episodes recorded that. I like memorized from like Really really early seasons and then is it just got better and better you know I got Smarter and being you know like little teenager smart aleck molded my sense of humor and I loved it absolutely loved it and so when I got up to that meeting I was like yeah. I'm definitely interested in. I met with Al Al Jean for it was literally a ten minute interview and he like it was very quick. Sudden end of the meeting is like all right. Well we'll talk to your agent in Bulloch Out. And when he said all right well. It was like crap. This is a ten minute meeting. They're not gonNA staff me. It was a short meeting so that means that interested but then he said so. We'll talk to your agent announced like wait. I'm sorry did you. Are you offering me the job? And he was like Oh yes.

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"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"I've only been in two writers rooms and I've been fortunate that they both been very supportive of kind of newtown that they're not gonNA shut you down rice you out Which is super important. I imagine it's Kinda like you know like in being teenager. If how people treat teenager can sometimes affect how you're gonNA treat people in the kind of person you're going to be if you grow up in the same way how they treat baby. Writers can kind of affect those people like if they were abusive than maybe those people end up calling up to be like a piece of show runners. Whatever but I've been treated absolutely wonderfully by of these shows and you know if it gets it gets in If it doesn't because what I learned in the Warner Brothers Writers Workshop you know let us let off your back. Like you're you're there to kind of be like a a a ship hand for something you know. Whatever the person on the boat this just there to help out like you're not running the show. You're not driving the boat Stewart. But simply we're in maritime law. I love what you're saying about like being kind baby writers because you know Feel like anywhere that you get close to sort of what the TV writing world is you learn very quickly about the hierarchy of it and you know we're kind of circling that talking about like the studio fellowships are meant to sort of cracks through the hierarchy that you know like prevent a lot of people from getting a foot in the door and I think that you know it's more common. Unfortunately I will say that like once you get in as a baby writer. You feel like you're being treated like a baby writer and I think that you know it's true what you're saying about like if you feel that way then you can kinda flight you know. Continue that possibly negative pattern down the line and make people feel more imposter syndrome than they. Should I think that? It just like prohibits creativity when you treat people within this hierarchy but you know I of course doing this podcast about the simpsons have learned that the simpsons is not that place in it's reassuring also to hear that that's been your experience to and I think that you know similar to like any creed of that sort of like establish themselves for decades plus are being kind to the new class coming in. I think that that just fosters more creativity and a more positive environment to create things that are better for the world. I will say totally totally the if you can. You can squash dreams just as easily as you can plaster them so anyone. Who's out there? You know if someone whether it's you know a PA or whoever like some know? I meet people randomly. You know whatever Film Festival or through a friend of a friend. And when you meet someone who actually is in the world of what you're trying to do and they have a moment to talk to you or you have moment to talk to them rather take it. 'cause I remember being New York can just thinking man if I knew someone would help me think this is a real possibility. You know what I'm saying that it makes it that much more tangible when you know someone who is a writer and whatever little bits of advice they have for you That it's kind of worth the struggle also be nice to know. Matchup is always a good life lesson. I think yeah I think also not reinforcing like your new seat or know anything. Let me give it's like. Whoa HO. Does that especially in today's world like who does that benefit to like really emphasize somebody else's newness our inexperience in making them feel like an outsider. I just think that it's not only so much kinder to have everybody be seen as people with worthy ideas. Best idea wins. It doesn't matter where it comes from I. It's like these you know. I don't know they are unnecessary. Boundaries that you create in creative workplaces that are just there to maintain the status quo. And then we don't get to hear diverse voices and fresh takes. You know I mean the the because I was fortunate to go to wonder brothers workshop. I feel like there was a lot that I learned there that like like I could see if like. Let's say I have been a standup and then somehow kind of like that was the way I got in. I could see there would be a lot of lessons that I might have missed learn through the workshop so I think there is something to your new in the room and there's something to learn but yet the attitude with which you you know a higher up expresses that can mean all the difference you know so so yeah I mean but now it's funny. There's so much online about how to have be you know. There's so many people on twitter that are just so open about without being the writer's room. Gloria Calderon Kellet. I think she has something on Youtube. That's just like basically step by step on how to be a writer and when once you're in the writer's room had to be as a writer's assistant in how to be as a staff writer. There's so much out there that kind of helped people that you have been in the program is certainly a laurel and it's something to kind of shoot for it but there's so much out there that information already free that People trying to be writers coast. Look that stuff up. It'll help you become a stronger writer. We're.

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"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

12:09 min | 3 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Hey we're back from a break. What a good break. What a great break. So this has nothing to do with the simpsons and maybe an annoying question but have you seen six feet under I did. I watched it back then not knowing that that was one day. Be Part of my life. Okay so you saw it before you actually became someone who worked at a funeral home. Yes so did that in any way color or influence what? You Thought. The job was going to be a little bit. But what's funny? Is that show a big part of it was like we're a family run business like everyone else's has been bought by these big chains and I was working at one of the kind of in a sense. Big Chains also the experience. I mean there's only like two. I think there's only two or three major chain like in a sense like think of like McDonald's Burger King Wendy's kind of thing. Yeah you'll never know because it'll say like whatever Johnson family mortuary or whatever but you won't know that it's it's one of conglomerate like it might still be the family running maybe or maybe not. Maybe they bought out the name and it's just out some completely different group of people running it let it just exposed me to the. It's really messed up. Is that is a whole business? Set up around the funeral industry in how much they can absolutely gouge you for like it as far as like a you know they know you're desperate the know your Saturday. No you have to make a decision a week. Maybe less charging you fifteen thousand dollars for a casket cost them. Twenty five hundred to make or like just crazy shit like that and I was like. It was a little bit of a bummer but also like all. I thought about how can I make this as easy as possible for the family? And how can I be as whatever nice and sweet and whatever but the as far as just those weird stories that being at these funerals was always thing you'd ended up thinking about was how they died in these crazy stories and you know how every episode started with some lady is talking on the phone in the air conditioner falls on our head and with that kind of thing like oh others eighteen year old? I wonder what this was. And then you hear about it from the person you're working with all that's nuts hurt or oh it. Ninety six year old who died in a drunk driving accident. What you know things that you thought were going to happen whenever kind of like there's a death season apparently Mitchell you know basically November through February more people dot ans- and sometimes they're like oh it's flu seasons or or whatever older people but also they're like it just seems to people that were hanging on waiting for the holidays. It's kind of this nebulous thing but I think it definitely does have a lot to do with like you know flus things and stuff but sometimes it would just be like. Oh this kind of a car. Person died of whatever suicide I am. I guess. It must be a amalgam of reasons but working there I was like. Oh me not weird. It was weird. I hate wearing suits. I just jumbled the same light two or three cents and you know I got major lower back problem from standing around all day but it was. It was good for story. It was good for waiting for sure. And fortunately your new job has a lot of sitting. Yes almost too much. I'm never happy that means that you're creative. You can never be satisfied right exactly. I would love to talk about so we kind of teased earlier. That you were involved in the CBS diversity showcase and you were selected to be a part of the WB television workshop. Can you walk through for people that are listening? That aren't familiar with the studio fellowships? Sort of like what? That process is what that means. And how much of a big deal? It is as a writer. Sure absolutely The CBS diversity workshop. With the very first thing I did when I came out here I was looking to like a friend of mine from high school that I was still in contact with us. Like oh you get a hit up. My brother's girlfriend she works at. Cbs and was Caitlyn Saltzman. Who at the time was working at CBS? But now she's at Wilmer Valderrama Production Company But back then she was like you know anyone in development you kinda would take these meetings in. You know maybe politely. Never you know depending on your level of talent you know. Tell you to keep at it. Keep trying whatever you she read a parks and REC SPEC of mine we and then the next day was like I'm only ten pages in But I could definitely try to help you out at one of the things. The first thing she did was get my stuff over to the people that ran the CBS diversity workshop And so suddenly I'm in New York I mean I'm in La for about three weeks and suddenly I'm going to drive onto the rat a lot which was super exciting and yes and it just as process where for a couple of months. You're renting sketch sketch after sketch people and there's maybe sixteen to twenty diverse actors. You Know Gay Lesbian Black Latino Asian You know everyone like and these farmers were be- from stand up world or from Improv. Or whatever and mostly it's it's definitely there showcase 'cause like within a couple of months you'll start seeing these people on TV on at the time it was like. Oh that's Nico Santos on two broke girls you know. I was just writing sketches for that. Do come once ago. He's now on on a superstar. Which one of my favorite show but yeah it was just these sketches in just writing sketch discussion and trying to make it work and yet? I wasn't actually throw the suddenly surrounded by you know people also trying to make it in a creative field and also just as broke as you and also kind of know. Kind of the INS and outs of a little bit. That was one of. It's very easy as it gets stuck in your little office or at your desk. Just writing stuff. Never meeting anyone and with my big problem in New York was like a to do it over again. I would urge whatever. Take an Improv class. I would try to stand up of JEB. You something that. Got Me out of the House in meeting people and away. That was the difference Sunday meeting people in and through that. I met Sarah Gardner of her boyfriend. Now husband Was in the program and she was at fanfare the time and now she's working independently and choose cool enough that she wanted to remind stuff. She asked her boyfriend like. Hey you see anyone's stuff you think I might like send it my way and she was like. Hey you have representation. I thought like she wanted to represent me or something but you just in development wanted to kind of get me. You don't like it. When you're in development it helps to kind of keep an eye off talent because they could be someone you go to whatever four years later about something so because of her. I found my manager agents that I'm still with today at Gersh in that Magnet management amazing. And it's the reason it's like this little short like it's like in pinball where you just kind of bouncing around like. I've been fortunate enough that when I bounced to the you know because I did the CVS showcase. I met Sarah Gardner. Because I met Sarah Gardner. I got my reps because I got my reps. They sent my stuff to Warner Brothers. Who because they like high and mighty Chris Mack who is running saves thirteen. It's time also ran the Warner Brothers Writer's workshop and so he suggested me for the workshop so like when I handed in my first draft like really under the gun because I took forever to develop it for high and mighty. I was almost gonNA miss that first. Wave of production. 'cause they're producing a couple shows the same time but when? I handed it in. I think I wrote a hundred twenty ages in like three and a half weeks He was this is really good. It's really good. I draft have you ever thought about applying to the writer chuck? I'm like yeah. I apply every year. I get never fan. You should try again. This year I was I was so busy. I applied with the same Bob's Burgers SPEC. I applied the year before I just punched up a little more. Whatever but it really is. It showed me that like with these programs. Don't get offended if you don't get in or even if you don't make it past that I a wave of Notes or whatever because sometimes. It's like picking a racehorse. They want someone who's already kind of halfway. There has a lot of talent. Not Someone who's like Oh. This is an amazing scripted urine in Kansas. Or you don't say this is an amazing script you you know you have a job at you. Know whatever as a painter or something. You don't like it. They want the other person already. An Assistant to so-and-so that runs the show at this person's writer's assistant on. Pablo or this person did this thing with stay Schettino. Whatever so we know they take notes we know that they are funny or whatever so I got into. Their one of others is workshop. Su I'm mighty and then Yeah the that program out. I know there are so many like it but I feel like that one is very you know. My experience with it was amazing. It's basically just a bootcamp like of here's what it is to staff writer. It is kind of like What's it like to be a TV writer it notes? It's very much focused on being a staff writer being the best staff writer you can be so you can then take your career wherever you want it to go. You know like it focused so much on being helpful on Bingo's big notes that you should know that like how to pitch an idea that you know how to pitch all had it not just tear down and tear down 'cause how to be not the per Not Be the person that they don't WanNa hire back end. It has the highest turnaround. I think of people getting staffed than other programs. Do I think it's amazing? Yes I think. Usually nine percent turnaround rate. Like if you were in the program and ends around March or something like that usually nine. There were nine of us that year. That all of us were staffed by June and the last person was stat staffed. I know a couple months later so everyone had kind of got on a show or whatever and I show. I got on was a deception. Which was a for me at the time was a curveball because it was a drama wonder brothers does more dramas than they do comedies. But you know there were only three calming writers in the program has like I said a lot of the Warner brothers drama right so I was concerned like I am I gonNa Kinda get pigeonholed drama writer or whatever put luckily was what do you call it a light when our trauma so there was like comedy in it was called the session. It was about a magician who helps the FBI solve crime so clearly a room there for humor and comedy right exactly and and it was run by crispy. Dak who had done chuck which also kind of ood room for comedy there and there was another comedy right around there. Sam Scraper. Deception wasn't ultimately picked up for a second season. But those guys went on and did Prodigal son which is now kind of like a hit for Fox and has a couple of writers in that room like yeah and I'm super super happy for those guys but yeah that room was my first room and it was very much like I went in. You know as a comedy guy that GonNa be just kind of useless gear or am. I just going to do the little jokes here and there but no Christie is a great show runner and there was you know anything that made the show work. He would put it in. I've been fortunate..

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"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

08:28 min | 3 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Like there's someone here who thinks that I snitched on them to the cops and I now I feel like danger for my life and I remember just thinking like G. League Sony. Millions of story about why people are stressed out like her mom lived in that building outside a campus. Mama whatever seniors like didn't see that many people as they used to the French passing away. Could I go to a lot of senior centers and stuff like that? And so that gave me a lot of empathy. Early on in my life So they were trying to be a funeral assistant. It was just so much about like coca and an Oldie gouging people out in through a very difficult time realizing they're paying a lot of money in a very short amount of time like coughing sometimes team twenty grand just trying to be empathetic as possible trying to solve make problems possible And Oddly Enough. It ended up being better than whatever getting a job in Fox meal or whatever being a PM show because it was like as soon as I go in on any of these early meetings or whatever. General meetings are pop potential staffing meetings. The first ten minutes were always like so. Your agent tells me you work at a funeral home. What's that like? And then you know so that that's always a great. You know the longer meeting probably the better. Your chances are being remembered. And if you have a weird thing like that except like what was that guy with the dead people yeah? Let's pilot the funeral home. Working funeral home was the last like job. Non Writing Job that I had 'cause at while I left home to start writing my web series high and mighty With through stage thirteen and that kind of got the ball rolling on everything else and that was yet. I mean I. I moved to L. A. Seven years ago the July and yet to be here in that that amount of time I mean I'm I feel very fortunate to have gotten here and kind of did I hit the ground running immediate three years or something like that but even then I know people have been here ten years that you take a while so right. Knock on wood Fingers Christ's not all right. Hopefully so let's talk about high and mighty. I know that you've already done other interviews shows and have talked about it a lot but for our simpsons fans here that want to know more about it. Give us the rundown high and mighty was a web series. I created with the stage thirteen which was a short form at the time. It short-form digital production hub That was like a a warner brothers thing and I think currently they just kind of dropped the short form and are just kind of like a like a production company. Guess originally was going to be like this little hut kind of like Croibier. Whatever but now I think they have shows on the. Cw like Netflix. Sneh Light. That are like thirty minutes so I think you know they're like hey whatever we change with time and so they have like Two cents horror stories a Bruno on net flicks Marching orders on net flicks Allahu shop net flicks on high so. Yeah I mean they're they're they're a change with the times in yes are originally went in with. They found a script that I wrote a pilot. That was kind of like a stunt script in a sense like it was like right at the kind of crazy. You're excited about excited about that. Probably won't get made but will get a room so I wrote that in the idea was kind of like unbreakable meet Friday like what if a kind of like layabout do nothing. Lovable LOSER TYPE FINDS OUT. He has superpowers but only when he's drunk or high and so and so that that was the initial idea kind of to notice of it. I went in to meet with them. And they're like can make this short thing and I'm like yes sure and anything that's like digital you never know like is this for Youtube. His Co. people whatever but you know Warner brothers all right. Let's move. You know as soon as we kinda shaped and molded Chris Max out the moist less than Diana. I'm over Yon- Folks this station team really really cool and really helpful. We found like a a way to make it. Not just this kind of like. Oh It's it's fun like Oh it's just a guy having fun on drugs likely with their help. Kinda helped me molten. It's more of a story. The still funny but also like at the core of about addiction and so it's a guy who has is at. It's worst when you know you're on drugs but also superpower wise at his best so you know he. He doesn't have a reason to want to stop. So we what we found that core. It made it like. Oh this is why this is funny and interesting in but still has some sense of realism and like papers and whatever. So yeah we shot seven episodes There were like ten to fifteen minutes each and yeah originally temblors putting on on on this website but then like you know what maybe we can do. Something with it ended ended up going to like. Hbo Latino Who? Kinda wanted kind of all kinds of edited together Canada's feature which it wasn't intended to be so you know it ends on a cliffhanger season one cliffhanger but have seen reviews on Amazon better like it just ends. What the fuck so there. There is a season two that I've written were currently working on There's a possibility of developing it in another platform another way. So it it. It's it's early in the in the process. But I think we might be bringing it to fruition another way but yeah that that that project was the first It got to sundance like the first year or second year they were doing TV stuff like streaming stuff which was super exciting. Like it was something I did not. I didn't know how it was going to land anywhere. I just mean like if people would would like it. You know it's almost completely Latino cast. It's about it's it's silly but also very serious but yeah the the place that has been available people reached out. I'm surprised by the positive reaction to it and I'm glad people like to end currently think people can see it anywhere it was on. Hbo Go for about a year. And now I think you know like I said it's a process that may be develops something else will say data company. Yeah I think you can still watch the trailer says people listening. WanNa check out. Yeah kind of like sizzle of what you just described. I think that's still on youtube somewhere. That's very cool that you've got to go to sundance with it. Yeah that was. That was completely unexpected. That was like so many people that I know of gone in. You know you scrounge and save and like you crafted like seven people in some room or something like that and that was not. I didn't know I had. We applied to Sunday production company. Because Warner brothers now involved like someone's job with to apply to all these things that I didn't really know about it by that time already working on my first show so I kinda got a call the room I was like I wonder what this is and then I was like what son I was completely shocked and I love the the whole experience. Yeah it was completely amazing in a row. That's amazing let's actually take our first break and then we're going to get more into your other work and your time at the Simpsons Sir Video Games video gain city. Oh Games you like. Maybe you wish you had more time for. Maybe you WANNA know the best ones to play. You want to know what happens tomorrow. And he died in that case. You should check out triple click. It's a brand new podcast about video games. Podcasts about video games but I don't have time for that sure you do once a week. Kickback is three video. Game experts. Give you everything from.

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"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

14:44 min | 3 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Going on well into the room please everybody welcome simpsons writer and an accomplished writer of many other things that we will get to see are going. How's it going live and direct from the bunker? Yeah fives what's what's your quarantine vibes over. There are a little house in south. La I'm cozy. I'm good I keep thinking back to years in New York. I'm thinking about I. New York apartment studio apartment couldn't big four hundred feet. I feel bad for whoever lives there now just like. Oh my God I was I was in quarantine then yum sand lake super duper uptown. No one would come visit me writing horror movie at the time freaking myself out. Smoking weighed like three in the morning and writing and I just get chills thinking like Oh God. I'm glad I live in. La a little more space. Yeah I've been thinking about that too. I used to live in a studio apartment in my early twenties. And I'm just like Oh God forbid like that would be my true Mr Byrne spruce news moment. What is the son you know associates are currently you are still on the simpsons cracked but during corona you guys are maintaining a writer? But this is happening online. This Jackson like a chats. Can you tell us a little bit about that? Sure yeah this has been the end of our third week doing this. We kind of adopted early like maybe about a week. We can offer early than kind of everyone else did It was just there can. Yeah Yeah it was at first you know few of US thought it was a little alarmist. Like what really this is what we're GonNa do all right fun and really it was like. We're going to try this for three weeks. And then we'll see how this whole corona virus saying pants out or whatever. Yeah I guess we'll see each other three weeks or whatever no. We're not going in on Monday. We took to teleconferencing in doing it via zoom. I guess on advertising resume like this is worth. It was even rocky starting. Just take a minute to get used to. Because so much of what? The writer's room experience is sitting there. You know whatever six to ten or three people or whatever. It was kind of bouncing ideas and ripping on each other. So when you have to kind of stop to be like. I'm sorry. Would you say because your WIFI connection? Or whatever is lost some of that slows us down. But we were kind of already rolling on some scripts. So really. It's just you know punch-ups oh we're not in that moment where not yet. We probably soon. We'll be we're like you know square one on ideas and like blue skying in the room. I wonder how that will go. Is that that's always a different experience when it's just such a vast open space well what it is but if that Especially if it's a big room but usually have to three rooms going at a time Yeah I mean some. Sometimes you'RE IN AL. How's ruins tangent Solomon's room So it just depends on the day where we are working on but yeah. We've already done our first table We're GONNA to actually we've done aromatics. So yeah you know it's it's it's rolling. It's KINDA CRAZY. We didn't have to slow down the only thing we're on that figure out how to do the voice Record the actors in our setting up. Sit their houses or something. That's the only thing but other than that. The animators are working from Hong designers and stuff nibble to send a strong still an designs and all that kind of stuff. It's it's kind of Greasy. Animation hadn't lost too much As far as I heard I was gonna say it would be funny. If all of the voice actors except for one had really nice microphones. So you're like your racing my I was Gonna say that it'd be funny for the table. Reads like I just imagined as you call where it's like. You know the table reads of like the you know writers and the voice over actors but because it's a Simpson's table read. They're still like forty five extra people that are hangers on like just did not do that this time. We're yeah usually. There's just a huge room full of people but now now it's just bare bones. Who Do we need to be there? Who's going to give notes there? There's no one else on those because obviously we also don't want it to be like crying out there but yet the big mouth like put there is out there and everything like it's it's it's a whole. Yeah I think they did something for you to It was a a charity thing. I think that makes sense but yeah I mean you know. It's an exciting time when it's interesting. I mean it's Super Sad and scary and all that stuff but as far as like figuring out and making it work in trying to you know we're also trying to cheer people up because we don't know how long the last in you know If we can bring a little bit of whatever happens in the world and stuff great absolutely. Yeah I Obviously it goes without saying that what's happening is of course really sad and scary and there are a lot of negatives of course but you know the fact that we are all part of history and getting to watch something that has never unfolded before and find ways to stay positive. I think is really special and my advice to people. Oddly is. Don't let this pass you by like enjoy what you can from this very unique time. I hoped unique. I hope this isn't something you know is it's normal. It could fuck off but my guess is you. Know even the even. Let's say last another six to eight months like let's say it's really really long time. Let's hope not but even then like in the scheme of our lives like that's not a lot of time Depending on who you are but like you know it. Enjoy it while you can't because there will be things about this. That will probably miss the creativity being like. There's so many interesting things and people are able to pull off right now. Oh like waste time with the resources and all that but like you know doing whatever standup comedy or like you know. An Orchestra is playing together. A choir People are finding ways to help. Their neighbors helped senior citizens. They didn't even know that the the building that are their neighbors and stuff like that. So anyway can bring a little bit of positivity into the world like great. I'm all for absolutely one hundred percent agree. I on a zoom call with my writing group the other day and there was a moment where and I'm sure this is like me and my writing group showing our California right now but we were talking about you know our our current time right now and of course the rhetoric so quickly goes to. It's the end of the world. It's the end of the world. You know Blah Blah and one of the members of my writing group said you know it's actually like it could be seen as the you know the the great restarting the resetting or like a rebirth in in making it a little bit more positive to be like we're fixing you know things that were broken in our world previously and if that is in the simple case of just a human connection even though it's ironic that it's like a virtual human connection but maybe this is the time where gratitude kind of wins out and were able to kind of reassess our priorities and hopefully reemerge into society with like a little bit more compassion a little bit more understanding in care for ourselves and for our fellow man not to make it like immediately out wholesome sweet things like that in a simpsons podcast but or in three weeks. We will be feasting on the go inside of each other's skulls either way Google so Julia and I were looking at a bit of your history and of course we would love to know how you got into writing in the first place. In what sparked your interest in what kind of led you down that path. We were really curious about the fact that you have been a legal temp a stress management counselor funeral assistant so S- things definitely are all wonderful in terms of adding to your perspective in a in a room and I could see why anyone would want to hire you because you have such a diverse like understanding of the world but how on Earth did you get those jobs and as a writer the writing part was always just kind of just. The creativity in general was always there. As a little kid I went to High School Logan Performing Arts High School for a theater in there. I just kind of kind of everything else. Wrote some light terrible fourteen year. Old One act plays kind of thing or scenes or whatever and Then it was like oh well. It's time to go to college. I was scared to be like a waiter actor or whatever so many major film because I was so much more safe safe bet so I went to Nyu for film and then it was like. Oh can think I like writing. I like animation summation classes and then I graduated thinking like I could get a job in like one of the coms like you know. Mtv A. T. H. One whatever the nine eleven happened and y'all kind of like now. I'm seeing a lot of young online now like on twitter being like crap. What am I gonNA do a jetsam about to graduate into this crazy recession? Whatever that's pretty much hot felt in how ended up working as a stress management counselor among other things but It was directly related to like New York. A lot of FEMA money at the time and a friend of mine was an actress with like. I'm doing these kind of service. It's free of you still get paid. You go around and basically do it for. Anyone wants to like an hour of their day to go to this. The Stress Management Workshop. It could be senior citizens. It could be seven year olds. It could be nurses at a senior home. It could be at one time. It was a budget dudes at a halfway house. Who were giving up their like one hour of TV. That day I was like okay. This is GonNa win okay isolate of times a year and a half of my life and at all during that I was also China right early on China. Right a horror movie. I thought it was gonna be like on some spike Lee Kinda Shit early on in my in by whatever writing post college ideas of what right what I kind of right I was GONNA be a New York spun my wheels a lot. I the attempting. An ex girlfriend of mine had hooked up with like a temp agency as she used. Most of it was legal. Tampa most of my time spent at Purdue Pharma which is the the creators of the the OPIOID addiction issue. That's all right. Lady Ashton is right exact thing around new years when everyone was like. What were you doing in two thousand ten in? What are you doing now? Twenty twenty now. It's like what was I doing at twenty seven. I just kind of looked like some emails on it was like Oh I was working for farmers in I guess even back then all. I think we're about to get sued for and giving everyone needs for without asking any questions. I think I just didn't have enough of a fire under my ass and I was also scared like the Cadillac moved. La just do that whole thing. So in New York. I still had little bits creativity in possibilities. That came around but like it wasn't until I moved to La and really thought about like. Okay I got Atlanta knew how to drive. I was scared like you know when when you're young you feel like Yeah he learned how to drive at sixteen or seventeen. You feel like you're immortal if you learn how to drive like thirty you like. I'm buying a ticket to possible like death lottery. 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"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:34 min | 3 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"Hi Molly Girts and I'm Julia Prescott and we're going round springfield. That was perfect. How you doing Ali? I'm doing so good. Yeah Yeah I'm doing good as well. I don't know what day it is your very fluid. All I know is that I feel like I'm hunkered in my Simpson's bunker just only time. I see the sun is to discuss TV and creative people with you. Allie y'all yeah. I did a post as our Simpson's account on twitter asking people to respond with their corn vibes so responded with a Simpson's picture or Gif of your Simpson's vibe and I highly recommend that everyone checks out because it is so good and I obviously there's a Simpson's gift for everything but it is unbelievable like the there are five hundred replies. Each of different gifts and each of them are relatable on a different day. And it's amazing. What do you think would describe your vibe? What Simpson's moment d think is your corentin. I feel like I didn't see your post when I made this post but I feel like I kind of was already in line with it because I did like you know post three pictures that emulate your quarantine vibes and the first one. Was THAT FAMOUS TWILIGHT ZONE EPISODE. Where you know the guy wants to read for a time enough at last yes of course and so i. That was my first one. The second one was the latest little women Joe Marsh winning all of her like papers on the ground papers on the ground and then the last one was of course Mr Burns in Springfield Casino episode with Spruce Moose. And then you have. Smithers you know his nurse outfit so I feel like a lot of us are kind of a vibrating with like the germy. Mr Burned during all of this now. Absolutely lemon mine. Is I wash myself with a rag on a stick. Oh that's good. That's a good one. That's really really. I'll have to reconsider. Make that my vibe to. I'm very excited that we are continuing our podcast Even though we are in our own homes because we want everyone that listens to our podcast to get new fresh content and to help us also so When you guys are listening make sure that you're tweeting at us and stuff so that we know that were not just going out and to avoid Israel must together. Yeah yeah that's been really encouraging to. I like for better or worse podcasts or boom in at this moment in time crazy wacky moment and yeah. I'm happy to continue making episodes free for your ears and on that note. We have a fantastic guest today. Should we just like happened? Introduce them I said hop in what's.

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"cesar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Cesar Hernandez a guy you know we love it when we can hit on fashion trends and something that we've seen for years is what people can write close the runaways pretty popular I can say to you guys on the next with you commerce with renting she was and I just love this and you were telling us why it works on well let's say it's just a sanitary basis you guys called the X. factor you take good care of the every each and every time you send out a pair of these that they are ready to go to beautiful and sanitary absolutely and that's one of the big stumbling block a lot of people say rent shoes wow really who's gonna do that only tell you celebrities have been renting for decades now we sterilize all of our shoes to be one hundred and ninety nine point nine percent germ free and use the same affects they do in hospitals that because when you go to a surgical room they can't go on white down everything so these UV radiation technology and that's the same technology we use for these shoes but you know even more important when people think about rental something weird it's been done over and over again because celebrities don't want to be seen wearing the same thing twice so now with social media more and more people are like a celebrity they don't want to post themselves in the same outfit again so they need the variety without having to spend the money because the average cost is one thousand four hundred dollars you talk about on your website and social media some celebrities to get to a certain point and they're not quite famous enough for people to loan them so they can rent from you and have something spectacular for I don't know the Oscars yes and actually I was really surprising to me when we got into this business we thought that all celebrities had access but we found out that if they didn't have the right stylist who who had access to the luxury designer closets tend to buy those shoes and that's where I mention about Anna Kendrick who was famous in the pitch perfect movie series she was walking the red carpet and it was before she had made her money and she was told by the stylish he needed to have a pair of sparkly with the times and unfortunately had to fork out of the house in dollars forum for them she only more than once but she said I'll never sell them because I spent my rent money on or that we show some video before in their lives swirling around with that those rhinestones I seen that before and they have the food all my gosh I can't even imagine what that they're they are I don't know if there's a little bit time on the river so those are the sparkly Versace is right I like I said you get the shoes poor the dress even though thousand four hundred twenty five.

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"cesar" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:59 min | 8 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on KCBS All News

"North pencil from before Cesar Chavez out on to the sky way which stays a slow to the lower deck of the bay bridge your next favorite updated twelve thirty eight on the traffic leader KCBS area forecast cloudy some patchy fog cloaked mostly dry conditions today with highs in the mid fifties to low sixties the winds pick up this afternoon rain by tonight through tomorrow traffic and weather together on the eight son all news one of six nine an A. M. seven forty KCBS hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvement of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea may be to take cash out of your home with the quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one two five percent APR four point two two percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of exchange between eight percent the receive a discount rate cut across information intelligence because when it wasn't enough to six and one hundred thirty K. Google play KCBS radio Google play KCBS radio he Google play key CBS radio okay dream KCBS radio on your smart speaker all new all the time on the bay area's number one news station KCBS Google play KCBS radio a Google play KCBS radio okay Google play KCBS radio green KCBS radio on your smart speaker all news all the time on the bay area's number one news station KCBS never miss a minute of KCBS radio again introducing radio dot com rewind listen to the past twenty four hours of KCBS radio on your time it's the bay area news you want when you want it find KCBS radio in the radio dot com app and try the all new radio dot com rewind experience news that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock all news one oh six nine and A. M. seven forty K. C. B. S. it's Saturday December twenty first twenty nineteen coming up on KCBS Margie Shafer Californians and Hawaiians continue to pay more at the pump it's crazy we'll tell you when to expect some relief KCBS news time twelve thirty one CBS news update if you're not done with your holiday shopping just yet you're not alone it's super Saturday the final Saturday before Christmas retail analyst bird flick injure it's always the busy shopping day of the year even bigger than Black Friday and today is specially will be a record breaking day the national retail federation anticipates more than one hundred and forty seven million shoppers will participate in super Saturday Dan Jones is the general manager of twelve oaks mall near Detroit we're pretty optimistic about the season so far looks like the weather's gonna hold out force which is always great so you.

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"cesar" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:52 min | 8 months ago

"cesar" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Arises just lose situation Cesar have great afterwards so I was rushing inside and when you when you have guys like ever since then you know who just can't be guys clean off the ads so makes five thought rivers in the pocket and I cannot apply some pressure and he felt my prize is a new day and hear the ball on the end of two embargoes or seventy I knew I knew something in their subjects students let go the ball he started yelling at itself that's right it is speaking of interceptions now your body from northwestern dean Lowry yeah and and he had interception bigger circle unfortunately for the Vikings but I we saw that you tweeted out Jon Hansen our producer and state and program director said half body tweeted out about his buddy dean Lowry made a big yesterday so the the story behind you are and I I do you want to northwestern around here I just gonna works our **** off and we we made an ounce water at northwestern able to measure not the monarch's word so Sir are and fall Jack's racism he lots of a year before we got drafted that he told me Hey ma'am I think you can do it I get drafted so we keep in touch every all the time so I called was ordered by congratulating AMC's directly to me so I was kind of cool dean is so I meant like my my junior college I met Russell Wilson and in California for a look and see the way ballgame I was with the city and I both Matt Russell's we actually took a picture like all male cool so that dean gets a sack Russell Wilson as we're sure that I in fact your muscles a couple couple weeks ago and responded by like how crazy that is that that's raised on him and talking about connections we were talking before another Jon Hansen tidbit for our mind that Patrick macaw your your childhood friend from St Louis he played high school basketball with for awhile and he's got what three NBA championship rings in his first three seasons to with Golden State one which Ronald correct yeah this is crazy I'm going to buy the nexus called me and said what a yeah pending my friend of many many years we grew up together with a high school together so he's always been a close friend who took on each other you know here and there he's in the middle of his season doing good things and no we we make sure we can you tell what happened again and you put a state championship basketball team and in high school correct in saying those are yeah yeah definitely best well that's been my first love before football who was you know him to be that mean I am and they moved there from the little soccer in your background to an off Audi's runs and tracked on some other things too right yeah yeah just plain just point of its forces are crucial Hey that touch ID my track days half the money back right I was so tired well when I was right about this this was like right in the want to earn a longer yeah I was running outdoors ever crossing the finish but I get a charge out of the whole time and I like the kind of tight little while it rained that wire well let me ask you we only got a couple minutes let your week sixteen are you guys changing up your training routine at all or your or your your recovery routine later in the season I I think codes and has an excellent game plants last couple weeks just kind of let it right this is the kind of gone more cells instead of shoulder pads and he's been taking care of us so it's not much way would be to change I think the coaches have a pretty good resume for us and I think that's why you having success right now yeah I think the first we can be nettop pointed puts us in our I think of them does a great job of taking care of our bodies you know some writers and play on Sunday it helps to into right yeah when you guys went over you did yesterday and do the things you did it makes it easier to give you a close invoices.

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"cesar" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"cesar" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"Tell the dog to stay so he never follow you towards the door so that okay so i give you example how this is real this <hes> there is a dogs who are you're trying to find drugs right and that his dogs who are trained to find bombs right and they're being trained the same way as the nose right so but the bought the drug dog is allowed to bark the bomb dog is not allowed to bark so most dogs are trained like a drug dog. You see the door right so but buddy for dog is gonna learn to find a bomb the same way he's learned to find drugs but he's been asked not to bark. Why people don't do that right. How that's the thing it's so weird weird i guess because they know when the when the door opens someone coming that they don't know and then they stand behind me embark so it's like they're not going to the door or they just like their followers the dust good but but but you can't what you're saying is i can't interrupt the brain while he's barking. Yes the good thing is my dogs are naturally tori followers. The bad thing is i don't know her influence my dog to go from barking to stop right. I know i need to learn to teach you that. Thanks are you. He's gonna come over the saturday like i said you guys have to stay tuned for the youtube video. Make sure to subscribe to caesar's channel youtube dot com slash cesar milan and then you also have a show coming up in vegas residency that good. I'm doing well. You do a live dog whisper show done. I have done a live. Show my my career. This is more about inspiring people you know. I think a lot of people want to know my my story where i came from while i came from and how i was able to <hes> achieve <hes> what i am so. That's what i'm gonna talk. I'm gonna especially right now. You know was happening in our country with the whole immigration thing so now all immigrants are bad you know so i want to be part of the inspiration aspect of it and info people just like the way i inspire people to see breeds. You know it's not the breed as the human behind all human guy. We are all human beings. That's the thing i think people forget. You know we may speak different. Languages may have different skin colors but we all bleed blood. We are ninety percent the same. It's kind have it's just really heartbreaking important. You know the the <hes> the <hes> people with passion people with fayed people with different ideas get a chance to it's like like a dog park everybody has to buy it is a dog glasses. Part is far would everybody is not one one bark now as as many different kinds of barks ame ame sofa dog people that makes a lot of sense because you know the dachshund people want their back there little dachshunds to bark that rottweiler people under so what that means everybody's pitching into to create the environment everybody wants which is harmony and balance you know.

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"cesar" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"cesar" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Along with cesar romero with his white it out mustache yes yes yes yes yes yes yes how is the dnd going are you do you have a game currently or are you playing right now do you wanna play on sunday i can't play sunday because i have talking dead okay my zombie show but in a few weeks i can come play on sundays when can you play i'm actually getting ready to start deeming a tyranny of dragons campaign jesus if you want to jump in level one we're we're gonna rock and you like dm ing i do i do enjoy never liked it idea md as a kid that's that was my thing i just i kind of came came out of the womb if you will and and so now i've i when i got back into it after a twenty year hiatus as a player okay because i got to do forced gray yes and i got the test that all the new modules and i got to do critical role and and all these other fun nerd poker and but but i think all roads were leading me back to two deeming did you ever played with vin diesel because he's a big d do you know where does he play i've sent messages to him through a through the proper channels like we shared the same stylist like he had a stylus for his fast and the furious camp press campaign and then i had the same style as for i don't know whatever my last movie was and and i was like oh you work within i'm like can you just pass a message for me can you tell them that.

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"cesar" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"cesar" Discussed on RobinLynne

"The no just try listening lord of make them over this big at the celebrate cesar something anybody's per off chill spot when they view ever seen that every time better just thing thank satisfy don.

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"cesar" Discussed on AMP 97.1 FM

AMP 97.1 FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"cesar" Discussed on AMP 97.1 FM

"Cesar green in europe's zoori sounds like something that i used to free pakistan suaudeau's when luke maye when liu liying loses in good standing in the please join me i assume our his however followed slide laws use ruin wide burundians is though the your good through the new sorry exiled lack of the unknown sailing those stories we already soul me we wouldn't zoom goes in the blazers leaving what are you doing when this goes in and glass dry howard deserve oh ho.

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"cesar" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cesar" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Cesar now right it's very nice very that's what i as was unknown no the it is good reiss oh gosh about this about where to get free make up this week evertonian stories that next one of revived kiss fm after chain smoker something just like this opinion super bowl legends kim this goal julie's skiers as control that moon this seniors served owner news she will she though she was so as soon as soon as soon as so soon bush so say so there too soon oh jeez lorde ludi lin.

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"cesar" Discussed on Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast

Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"cesar" Discussed on Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast

"Here's a coin it has the image of cesar it's his coyne the question that haunts this story that lurks in the shadows is this who's image is on you give to caesar what belongs to caesar what belongs to caesar this coin gift a gaunt what belongs to god with where is god's image on you on me gift to god what belongs to gone you belong to god a jesus reminds us in a roundabout way that there are things that legitimately belong to caesar the belong to the state now this is always been a question for people of faith we've always had a hard time trying to live as citizens of the kingdom of god of loyal to to our faith and arcane jesus and having to live and the realities with the world that we find ourselves in this is not a new new pressure we have the stories of joseph we have the stories of daniel we have the babylonian captivity where where the israelites were taken to babylon and held in captivity and they send messages back to jeremiah the prophet going when is god going to rescue us from this captivity this exile and you remembering jeremiah twenty nine jeremiah writes the famous letter to the exiles where he says this build houses and live in them plant guard an eat of their produce get married have children raise your children make sure your children get married in they have children so while you are in exile you increase do not decrease.

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