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A highlight from Tim Burton - 'Wednesday' [LIVE]
"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 507th episode of the Hollywood Reporters Awards Chatter Podcast. I'm the host Scott Feinberg and my guest today is a filmmaker unlike any other. With directing credits dating back some 40 years including 1985's Pee Wee's Big Adventure, 1988's Beetlejuice, 1989's Batman, 1990's Edward Scissorhands, 1994's Ed Wood, 2003's Big Fish, 2005's Corpse Bride, 2007's Sweeney Todd, 2012's Frankenweenie, 2014's Big Eyes, and most recently in 2022, half of the eight episodes that comprise the first season of Netflix's giant hit drama series, Wednesday, for which he is personally nominated for two Emmys, Best Directing for a Comedy Series, and as one of the show's executive producers, Best Comedy Series. The New York Times has called him a visionary artist, noting, quote, he has developed a singular if not easily pinned down sensibility. His style is strongly visual, darkly comic, and morbidly fixated, but it is rooted just as much in his affection for monsters and misfits, which in his movies often turn out to be the same thing. He all but invented the vocabulary of the modern superhero movie, brought new vitality to stop motion animation, and has come to be associated, for better or worse, with anything that is ghoulish or ghastly without being inaccessible. He may be the most widely embraced loner in contemporary cinema, close quote. His most frequent collaborator, Johnny Depp, who he has directed in 19 films, said that he is, quote, a filmmaker I admire, but he's much, much more than that. Without embarrassing him, he's a true artist, which is something I wasn't sure was possible in today's cinema. But he's the real thing. He's a visionary, an auteur, totally uncompromising, close quote. He's talking, of course, about Tim Burton. Over the course of a conversation in front of a large audience at the Burbank International Film Festival, including two of Burton's most celebrated and longtime collaborators, the composer Danny Elfman and the costume designer Colleen Atwood, the 65 -year -old and I discussed his complicated childhood and how it led him to pursue drawing and attracted him to characters regarded by others as freaks, how he wound up working at Disney Animation and then making his feature directorial debut with a live action film, the challenges of getting films made even with hits under his belt and what ultimately led him to TV for Wednesday, plus much more. And so, without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Hello, everyone, and Tim, thank you so much for doing this. Great to see you. I normally begin every episode of this podcast asking our guests where they were born and raised, which I think we have addressed, but I do want to get into it a little bit more because, you know, over the years, you have expressed that sort of what you just alluded to, that, you know, you were very shaped by Burbank. For better or worse, there were elements that were great, elements that were complicated. Can you talk about, but one thing that you've always said is that without Burbank and without those childhood experiences, the filmmaker we know today would not exist. So just break it down. Well, I mean, you know, I keep reading that I hate, you know, like the press has a way of sort of taking what you say and take out the nuance and subtlety and, you know, like go right to the core. But I think, you know, and when I said about whatever I said about Burbank, it had more to do with my own psychological state of mind than it did with the actual city of Burbank. You know what I mean? So and that's a bit too complicated and psychological to go into now, but in the sense that, you know, you grow up in feeling a certain way, Burbank helped shape me because, you know, there was like my first film school was the Cornell Theatre. There was this amazing theatre that was torn down, I think, in the late in the 80s. I don't know when it was, but, you know, they would for 50 cents, you could see a triple feature. Like, I saw one amazing, I saw War of the Gargantuas, Monster Zero and Destroy All Monsters in one go, you know, 50 cents. So that's where I learned my love of film and that really, so there was amazing places and it was incredible. There was like five movie theaters, Burbank at a certain time, and then they all got sort of taken away. But for me, that place, especially that theater was very, very special to me. And you've said that during your years in Burbank, which I think up until 12, you're living at, was it Evergreen Street? Is that where you were? Yeah, right down the street. Just down the street here. You can all walk over there after this. Yeah, we'll do a little. Check it out. Then you moved in with your grandmother also in Burbank, right? But as a bit of a loner, as a kid, you were kind of thinking about things, dreaming about things in everywhere from some of the cemeteries in town to... Yeah, the one right next door here, you know, I used to play around there, you know, that was, yeah. Yeah. You know, and I could look out my window, the thing that freaked me out, I looked out my window at Disney and this was like the weird, called the Bermuda Triangle of Burbank. Because I could see where I was born at St. Joseph's and then I could see the cemetery where everybody, all my family was buried. And I was, so it was like a weird Bermuda Triangle that I had to escape at a certain point because it was just too scary. Now, you've also said that as a kid, you were, you know, not only a bit of a loner, but sort of not particularly communicative, verbal with other people. You lived in your imagination, which manifested itself through drawing. Can we talk about how that entered the picture? And as was noted, I mean, to the extent that it was, you were talented enough that in Burbank, your work, anti -littering art was on the back of every garbage truck. I wanted $10, and at that time, that's probably like about a million now. Right, right, right. But drawing was an outlet for you. What kind of things were you drawing as a kid? Posters for trash trucks, I don't know, I mean, whatever. But also, I mean, the movies that you were drawn to, and I believe maybe therefore some of things the you were drawing were things that other people might find frightening or scary, but that you actually, in a way, related to, right? Like what are we talking about? Yeah, but I mean, like, you know, I didn't feel that different. It felt like, you know, I love famous monsters. I wait for that magazine to come out. I love monster movies. I live near a cemetery. You know, I mean, you use what you have, you know what I mean? Yeah, yeah, yeah. So it was good. Totally. And I think also, too, growing up in Southern California, where you don't really have seasons, I think that's why I kind of got into, you know, like things like Nightmare for Christmas or Halloween, just because it gave you a sense of occasion, a sense of season that you didn't get through the weather, you know, I mean, to experience, like holidays, you had to go like to the main, like, at Save On and look at the holiday displays to kind of experience.
A highlight from Episode 117 - Gitcoin Grants 18 Special!
"Welcome to the Crypto Altruism Podcast, the podcast dedicated to elevating the stories of those using Web3 for good. I'm your host Drew Simon from CryptoAltruism .org. Now before we get started, a quick disclaimer. While we may discuss specific Web3 projects or cryptocurrencies on this podcast, please do not take any of this as investment advice and please make sure to do your own research on investment opportunities or any opportunity, including its legality. And now, let's get on to the show. Welcome, welcome to episode 117 of the Crypto Altruism Podcast. We have a special one in store for you today because it is Gitcoin season. It is the 18th Gitcoin Granting Round which is unbelievable, so in this episode we are going to focus exclusively on Gitcoin and the current Granting Round. It will be a Gitcoin variety show in a sense, so I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed producing it. We're going to start off with a short overview of Gitcoin for those who aren't as familiar with it as well as an accessible introduction to quadratic funding, the super innovative matching funds mechanism behind Gitcoin grants. Don't worry, it's not as complicated as it sounds. We're then going to highlight 10 incredible projects in this round with short clips from a member of their teams, introducing their project and the inspiration behind it. For more information on each of the projects, definitely make sure to check out the show notes for links to their grants. I've personally supported each of these projects with a small donation and certainly encourage you to do the same. And I of course have to take a quick moment to shill our project as well, because that's what Gitcoin season is all about. For our project, which is in the Web3 Communion Education Round, we have an ambitious plan to grow crypto altruism into an important tool for onboarding nonprofits and changemakers to Web3, and we need your help. We are developing a Web3 changemaker toolkit that will give nonprofits everything they need to leverage Web3 tools, whether it's accepting crypto donations, engaging in an NFT fundraising campaign, tracking impact with blockchain, or developing a DAO to grow their movement at the grassroots level. We'll also be publishing a special 10 -part podcast series, with the first episode coming out only a couple days after this episode. In this podcast series, we'll focus on case studies of nonprofits who have successfully used Web3 to advance their mission. I won't go into all the details right now, but make sure to check out our show notes for a link to the full proposal. We'd be honored to earn your support. Anyways, let's jump right into the episode. For those who don't know, Gitcoin Grants is an incredible platform that allows individuals to propose Web3 public goods projects for funding, and allows community members to donate to projects they care about. But what is truly amazing about Gitcoin Grants is that it uses a cool matching mechanism called quadratic funding, which means that projects with the most widespread community support get the most matching funds as opposed to a straight dollar for dollar amount. In essence, by making a small donation, you're placing a vote for the projects that you feel deserve the most matching funds. To explain it a bit better than I am, I can't think of anyone better than Connor O 'Day, Grant Ops at Gitcoin. So I'm going to share a short clip from episode 94, where we had the pleasure of chatting with Connor and learning about quadratic funding. Quadratic funding is a way for individuals to express their interests and allocate funding within their communities in a more democratic and pluralistic way, which amplifies donations made by a large community rather than which essentially weights donations from a large amount of people over a small group with, you know, that were wealthier can make big donations. Right. I guess the way we like to phrase it is quadratic funding is a mathematically optimal way to fund public goods in a democratic community to kind of take a step back. The way it works is we'll raise a matching pool of funds and then run these donation rounds for a fixed time period where anyone can donate to a project they want to support and that donation hurts matching. But the signal from 100 people donating one dollar to a certain project is much stronger than the signal of, you know, one or two or three people donating like a thousand dollars. So it sort of weights the community preferences of the majority higher than, you know, the preferences of like the most wealthy. A big thank you to Connor for that excellent explanation. Now that we've got a bit of an understanding of the Gitcoin Grants process and quadratic funding, let's dive into some of the incredible projects participating in this round. To kick things off, we're going to start with Solar Foundation, whose mission is to accelerate access to off -grid solar energy for underserved communities in emerging markets. To introduce her project, we have a short clip from Colleen Chase, who is actually an OG in the Gitcoin community as well. Take it away, Colleen. Hi, I'm Colleen Chase, co -founder of the Solar Foundation. Did you know that according to the IEA, over 600 million people in Africa lack access to electricity? Imagine a world where everyone has access to clean, renewable power, especially those in traditionally underserved climate vulnerable communities in Africa. That's the mission of the Solar Foundation, to harness the power of the sun plus the power of blockchain to accelerate access to off -grid solar power and work towards achieving SDG number seven, universal and clean energy access by 2030. At the Solar Foundation, we believe that decentralized clean energy is a public good. Through our work in Uganda, Nigeria, and Puerto Rico, we've seen how off -grid solar solutions have a profound impact on people's quality of life. Are you looking for meaningful climate action you can take today? Help us fund access to more solar energy. Donate to the Solar Foundation's grant in the GG18 Climate Solutions Round. Thank you to Crypto Altruism for featuring our project, and please check out our partners too, Iowaca Uganda and Helpers Social Development Foundation. Together, we can bring light, power, and climate resilience to those who need it most. Wow, what an incredible project. Next up, I'm excited to introduce a project that has a very important mission of increasing indigenous people's agency within Web3, and that project is Micellia.
"colleen" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Editing your own podcast using some tools like headliner, zoom, canva, and talent. We talked about your ATR 2100 X mics that you can easily get on Amazon. And if anybody wants to go to its called grow your show dot com slash PDF, I don't know why it was so hard. Grow your show dot com slash PDF. The ATR 2100 X mics are some of my best suggestions. So we've created a whole PDF with a bunch of really cool stuff. I'm glad Colleen uses those mics. They're great. And fairly affordable, too, for such a great quality. A lot of good stuff. So ATR 2100 zoom. You mentioned that you could get zoom for free if you could keep your episodes fairly short. So if you're going to just do one zoom thing and it's going to be 40 minutes or less, you don't have to pay for zoom. If you're going to go longer than that or have tons of different integrations that you need with zoom, memory and stuff like that, you can pay a little bit and you get an even better upgrade. A couple other things here that I kind of got don't be a cheerleader. I love that. Don't be a cheerleader. You don't have to do the same thing that you're doing over here when you're intimate setting one on one as you're encouraging someone to keep talking. You don't have to do that on your episodes and Colleen mentioned, she just mutes herself. She just mutes herself so that even though she might naturally do that, it's not getting picked up recorded and going into the ears of the listener. You also mentioned that you get better value and traction out of putting a short audiogram that you do on headliner versus a steel image. Just a picture of something. I think that's a huge takeaway for the rest of us. When we're thinking about promoting our podcast and growing our podcast to use that trick that you've learned already and to be able to solve that. And then finally, some of the benefits you got from having a podcast were greater opportunities being a brand ambassador and of having affiliate programs. And finally, when you get feedback from your listener, it fills you. It sounds like it really feels you to hear from your listener. And I think those benefits are huge for starting a podcast, especially because you're doing it a slightly different way than like with me where I want to be able to serve more clients doing the podcasting and you where it's like you're putting out the content and then you're partnering with these other people to be able to still monetize the show. Awesome stuff, challenges. You learned that if you have a long episode, you can easily split it and you have twice as many episodes, the person can download. And so they're coming back. And another thing is if you want people to share it, you've got to ask them, what do you think about promoting the show? Do you mind sharing this? Can you do this? It's like so scary to ask those questions. We feel like we're asking someone to marry us. We're on our knee at the football stadium when we're just saying, could you share the episode? It gets scary and we get choked up and you've learned that it's okay to just ask. What's the worst that can happen? And then you've shared some more tools, which we've already mentioned. Zoom. And headliner, a bunch of different tools that we can use in all those links are in the show notes Colleen. It's your time to share what is the last parting advice that you want to pour into a brand new podcaster. Try to remember why you started the podcast, what the story is that you want to tell because your story is not my story, which is not the listener story. So it's really easy to get off track when you're doing a podcast. You know, you have to be flexible and see where those stories take you. But you started this for a reason. And it's really important to keep that reason in mind as you go along. Because getting distracted is something that you end up maybe losing the quality a little bit of your show and the content. So stay focused on why you started it to begin with. A lot of good info. Colleen, thank you. I want to say if you're listening to this episode and you like Colleen, you want to support her, you want to see what's going on over at hot flashes and cool topics. That links in the show notes. Her websites in the show notes and her contact info is in the show notes. So just scroll down, get her bio her contact, and you'll be good to go. So thank you so much for jumping on the show. I'm going to let you go. So we'll see you next time. Thank you. Bye for now. Two quick things before you go. Number one, if you are looking to upgrade your podcast equipment or just get your very first affordable microphone, then go to grow your show dot com slash PDF. That links in the show notes. Go ahead and scroll down. 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"colleen" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Because it was live, what other pieces do you think you truly gain as a podcaster by editing your own podcast versus just letting someone else do it? Well, sometimes you'll bank a bunch of podcasts episodes. So by editing, you kind of get reintroduced to the episode. You can't always remember every interview. And by listening to it again, it helps me because I do a lot of the social media and take quotes out and if I'm doing a headliner, I'll learn where the quotes are so it's kind of re-educating myself. Another thing that I learned, which was really helpful was to mute myself when someone else was talking because I'll often go great. Oh, and I'm like, no one wants to hear that. So I'll actually meet myself if someone's telling a longer story because I'll be nodding. And yes, but they won't hear it. So that's also helpful hint that I learned as I was going. But it definitely helps you kind of hear the episode again. It helps you with like you said certain things that you say you're not going to say in the next episode because you realize one of the things that we're always talking about my co host and I is that she has 12 siblings and she loves to tell stories about her siblings and there are a lot of stories. And I'm always like, our listeners don't necessarily want to hear about the two of us all the time. They want to hear about the person on the show. So by going back, I can kind of take some of that stuff out or I start going on a tangent about something. We'll take that out. And so that kind of helps also, I think, when you're doing the podcast editing. That's really, really good feedback. I learned from editing my own that I asked, and I probably still do. Really long questions. So I want to ask you a question, but instead of just asking the question, I will preface it to two or three or four times. And then I will ask it, and then we'll ask it a different way, and then it will ask it a third way. And it's really has been frustrating to notice. Man, just get to the freaking question already. I'm just asking the question, what are you trying to do? So I did definitely cut out a lot and it did help because I started writing the question down a little bit ahead of time. And it allows me to be better now at asking questions. But I had to get driven crazy by it first. So that was really good. And you mentioned also cheerleading. Well, I call it cheerleading. I say, I don't cheerleader. Don't be a cheerleader. Now, if you're a cheerleader, there is no offense to cheerleading. I in fact took cheerleading when I was younger. And I was a base. And so that's not what we're talking about. I'm talking about what Colleen mentioned as her guest is talking and she's like, yeah. Yeah, right. I'm with you. That is actually more annoying. No offense to your listener. To hear you interrupting your guest over and over and over. And we are taught. It's so funny. We are taught when we're young to not our heads when someone's talking and add encouragement or to cheerlead them so that they know we're listening to them, which let's say is correct in the right thing to do when you're one on one. Yes, go ahead. But when you're on the podcast, it's the time to just get out of the way in the middle of the sentence. We don't need to be saying, yeah. Yeah, right? Over and over and over. So very, very, very good stuff. Don't be a cheerleader. And you mentioned headliner. Yes. I will make sure that we leave a link to headliner because it has been extremely helpful. My team edits dozens and dozens and dozens of other people's podcasts. And one of the tools we use to make it easier on us to create promotional material is headliner. So Colleen, I want you to share since you personally use headliner. How you use it, what you use it for, and we'll make sure there's a link in the show notes. Sure. So headliner is a really great tool to use to promote your podcast. What I noticed when I was doing episodes and promoting them on social media was that people responded more when there was an audio attached. So if I just put the promotion of this episode, like this week we have anxiety sisters. If I just did anxiety sisters picture and said new episode up, I would get less engagement than if I put the same picture, but I added the headliner. What the headline or app does is you can take about a minute. I like to use less than a minute of content. You can just do several minutes if you like, but for promotional materials I use less than a minute of something that'll grab the listener. So something in the episode that you feel is really important. And kind of will leave them hanging. So they want to hear what the episode is about. And it's just, like I said, I do about a minute of it and it gives you a chance to kind of catch listeners because people will listen to it and be like, oh, I want to hear that episode. That sounds really good. And that's what we use headliner for. I have three more questions for you. One is going to be about the benefits that you've seen either in your business or however by having a podcast the next one in I'll ask these in order here in a moment. The next one is going to be getting into things that you did wrong and what might want to do a little bit differently. So any challenges and we could pour into the listener? And the last one is going to be about more tools that you use that might be included on top of just headliner that you've already mentioned. We are going to take a quick quick break. When we get back, we're going to talk about the benefits that Colleen scene with having a podcast. The challenges and how she overcame them and then more tools for you to be able to get better at podcasting. We'll be right back. Hey, my friend, as you know, this episode is sponsored by my company, grow your show dot com. We want you to be able to have the best tools at your disposal without costing you a whole arm and a leg. So right now you can get a free list of vetted equipment that like Mike's mixer's webcams, sound treatment, editing software. Everything that you need. I credit the whole PDF with direct purchase links. Just to save you time and money to help it be more convenient for you. So there's free PDF will help you skip all the guesswork. If it's on there, it's vetted and approved by yours truly. And if it's not on there, it's probably not worth the money. So go ahead and get yours at grow your show dot com slash PDF. Let's get back into the show. As promised, I've got clean rosenblum on the podcast and she is one of the co hosts of hot flashes and cool topics for 50s plus women and a lot of really good stuff. We're ending with these three final questions. The benefit she's had the challenges that she's overcome and how she overcame them. And then more tools that can help you to be a better podcaster. Colleen, how has podcasting improved your business or life? It's improved in a lot of ways. We started this podcast without a business model of where we wanted to take it. But so many opportunities have opened up with us and we are partnering with some amazing companies and products who would have ever thought I would be a brand ambassador for.
"colleen" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Good impression that I forget about the real mark. And I've learned because I'm a shy person. I don't know if that is that you too Colleen or I used to think yes. I've kind of got more comfortable but put me on a stage and I'll cry probably. But there is a comfort to being on audio and we do put our shows up on YouTube. But there is a comfort being behind this microphone. I think when we interview a lot of celebrities, if we were in the same room with them, I probably would not be able to think straight because we're kind of have the comfort of a zoom lens. I'm not as scared or insecure maybe as I would be. Yeah. But I just noticed when I'm trying to do content myself. And if I'm thinking about me and how I look and how I'm coming across personally and being almost more self conscious, I feel like I put out bad content. I feel like I don't do a good job translating things. I feel like I don't focus on the right parts. But when I kind of try to get away from me being when I was in junior high, I was always like afraid to talk in front of people. That stays with me for a long time, right? So now people are like, well, if you're shy, how do you get over it? The main focus for me is, how is this valuable? What does my listener need? And I'm thinking about that. I might not be the most eloquent. I might not say it the right way or the best way. But if I can deliver with my true heart of what I think that the listener truly needs, it seems to allow me to stop second guessing myself and criticizing myself. And it allows me to do better quality and consistency when I'm focused on that right thing. Is that part of what you guys do? Have you heard of that before? Have you tried that before? I'm just curious if that's just me. I think when I'm hearing is that you're just your authentic self. And that's what we try to do as well because we always say we're not experts on a lot, but we're experts on our own personal experience. So when we're interviewing if it's a doctor or to an expert or something on menopause or something like that, or career changes, I try to say, okay, what is my listener? They don't want to hear me. I'm like, I'm asking the questions as if I was them. But they want to hear the other person. So I try to focus more on the guests than necessarily if my voice sounds creepy or if I'm my hair's done or whatever. Because people can hear when you're inauthentic. They can hear it. Yeah, they don't need to see it, they can hear it. So I think the more authentic you are, just be yourself. And if it resonates, people will listen. Yeah. And I think you'll really, truly resonate with the right people if you just like truly let your light shine. I have so many questions for you. I don't even think I'm going to be able to ask half of them to be honest. But you mentioned earlier that you talked about cringing, I think you said, I hope I'm using the right term and not putting words in your mouth, but it felt like to me that you in the beginning notice that you are using some filler words that you didn't like or whatever and going back to those was like surprising. But you edit your own if I'm not mistaken. It sounds like you're the producer of your podcast and I'm curious. Two things. Let's start with this shorter question. Do you recommend the listener when they start their podcast that they edit their own podcast or offload it and just focus on just the content and let somebody else take care of the rest and with the part of that question is why do you recommend that way or the other way? I definitely think it's important that you know how to edit. Even if you end up outsourcing it, it's really important for you to understand every aspect of your show. And part of that is the editing process. I did try outsourcing editing for a while, but there was content that I wanted edited that they did not know that I may not have wanted in there or that I did want in there. They are focused on the ums and the eyes. And I'm not as focused on those as I used to be. It was kind of in the beginning every awe every every year. And now it's just part of your language. It's going to come out. I mean, if it's over and over again, I'll edit it. But the biggest problem I had without sourcing was they didn't know what was in my head. They didn't have a vision for that episode. I was the only one who knew how I wanted it to sound. And that's where the perfectionist comes in for me. If you have and also, most podcasts are not making money in the very beginning. So if you can outsource and pay for it, that's great. But not everybody can do that. It's really just number one is really important to understand the process because I think you have to have in order to do a good podcast. You have to understand all the aspects of it. And two, if you know what you want to say sometimes this doesn't come out when someone else is editing your podcast. So that's kind of why I do it. My partner does all the video. So we will interview via Zoom. She does all the editing on video because I do think it can be overwhelming. I'm a workaholic. I'm putting 40 50 hours a week into this podcast because I love it. It's my passion. If you're doing this as a hobby or if you're doing this as a kind of a side thing, it's much harder to put that time and you don't have the luxury of that. So I understand why some people have to outsource because they simply don't have the time not to. Yeah. I have a slightly different opinion for most people I say just offload the editing and post production in focus on what you do right. But there are definitely benefits to editing your own, for example, I think I edited a little over 300 of my first episodes for our first podcast. And I always wanted to get it off, but it was kind of like with you. I was a little bit of a control freak. I kind of wanted it exactly how I wanted it. I knew how I wanted it. And it just came naturally to me to put out the content exactly as it was in my head. And it was hard. It was really hard to offload it, but when I finally offloaded it, it helped a lot. But going back to the part where I said, there are probably some benefits that I saw by editing my first 300 ish episodes, which I don't recommend to most people. Speaking of um, this is where I was about to take it. I noticed and cringed at all of these filler words where I would start a new sentence with okay, so and the next sentence would be, okay, so and every single sentence would always be okay. And same thing with some of the filler words using lots of ums or as I was trying to eloquently express myself, I noticed that I would continue to have these filler words like you know, okay, so and I started to realize, man, I've got to get rid of some of this in my language. And one thing that I learned how to do and it was only because I got so stressed and tired of taking out these filler words, I finally learned to just have silence. When I'm thinking, most of the time, I'll just have silence in between one thought and the other thought. Rather than having the word show up there. And I think that helps a lot when we're editing the podcast with ums and us. I don't know if you've noticed this Colleen. It depends on the level of the word for it of perfectionism that you're really looking for. Sometimes when people take an um out, the breath that you hear, you can actually hear a breath and they will cut it out. So you hear this random piece of the breath come through and it's like I would rather just be silent there instead of have to worry about all of these other things. Are there any other besides with me and getting rid of some of my filler words, which ended up making me better on stage?.
"colleen" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health
"Online like Window shopping and actually shopping at various stores collecting my ideal comfy cozy casual fall attire. And i've been. I got a couple of new things from made while specifically they're like make weekends longer line. It's like i have like this wearing right now and they just like so soft in cozy and i love them And so. I've been really digging that and i brought them down for. I think what might be the last decent beach weekend as what we did. This past began to my in laws. We went down there. They have a b charleston on the delaware in delaware at the delaware beaches and we went there and it was like this beautiful fall but still warm speech thing an alley in the water which was fun but i think it's a private. The last time will really be able to go in the water for the season but I've been really digging all of all things kind of leaning into the fall energy of everything and specifically We went to Maple acres farm just recently with elodie and my brother and sister-in-law and our niece came to which was really fun and they had a pick your own lower which was so cute and super reasonable. You know he knew by bouquet of flowers fifteen bucks and you get like five flowers. This was a you. We packed like thirty flowers. And it was like ten bucks lady was insane and they were beautiful and they're still like this was a couple of weeks ago when we ended up going Last weekend and we i. They're still in the vase. Doing awesome so highly. Recommend doing something like that and highly recommend getting some casual comfy athlete at fleischer. I did that dana nodding clothing to go along with the vibes. Well i would also transition here. I would also recommend getting into some comfy clothes for this topic that we're going to talk about today because this is not exactly a light topic So in today's episode. We're going to be talking with dr colleen reichman about alcohol and alcohol use and we have some disclaimers before we get there for you. Exactly i mean. I think really at the at the root of this. Although it's a heavy topic. I think the truth is it's really really important and i think it's often overlooked. I think the main route of this whole conversation is for this to be an invitation to kind of look at your your relationship with alcohol and the role it plays in your life and how you might be using it in ways that maybe you don't want to the same way that we invite everyone who's listening to our podcast to look at their relationship with food looking at the relationship with alcohol. But that's what today's about looking at food movement to another big wanna talk about a lot and we felt like this is something that's really important that with the rise.
OnlyFans Drops Planned Porn Ban
"Fans dropped plans to ban pornography from its service less than a week after the UK Content Creators subscription site had announced the change. So the company said that they it looks like they're changing their mine. You can still get your per interesting. Yeah, it's going to continue to allow sexually explicit content. What's interesting about that, and I look forward to going back and reading about that, because I'm fascinated by how this all works like, why would you do a thing that makes you super successful and then go We're not going to do that anymore and think that that wasn't going to impact your bottom line? Hell, Oh, yes, There's a lot of banking and money and things in All right. So there you go.
Episode 64 Meandering Topics - Birthday Topic
"We totally started on one topic for like, two sentences, and then we've jumped. Everything's it was your birthday and your shirt was a birthday present on every other topic. Well, these other topics are cool and bigger and stuff like that. My birthday is just, you know what the fun thing I had was it is that you know, that I really good to each other. We take care of each other and birthdays are an opportunity to just like, I don't know, shower them, you love with love, you know what I mean? And so hers being in July and my being in August, there's always the opening Gambit of. I give her a whole table, full of beautiful things, you know, like, books and music and clothing and game. Whatever might be an over the course of the Year years. You kind of just listen for what is she interested in? What does she wish for? And then it's a delight to be able to say. Remember that thing said, like last November, I was listening and here it is, you know, that Cafe. So of course, my going first, then Colleen has the opportunity to like, well I can fill the table too, and maybe one extra to be up on
Chrissy Teigen Minding Her Business, Living Life Despite 'Cancel Club'
"Got to talk about Chrissy Teagan because she wants us to talk about her, and that's what we do. But I know you guys talked about this Instagram post. That she made last week. I wasn't here. The one where she basically was like, Yeah, the cancel club sucks. But I've got to say some, You know, I can't be silent anymore. And yada yada yada. What was your guys' take on on all of that. I'm trying to remember other than just the obvious, which is There is no such thing. As the cancel club because You weren't canceled right? The fact that you are complaining about It's not that she doesn't have her own journey that is valid and full of ups and downs, And I'm sure a certain amount of stress and or pain And when people come at you on the Internet, that can be a painful thing. Mhm But literally the week before she talked about how it's hard to be a member of the cancel club. She was gallivanting around the Mediterranean with her other high profile celebrity, privileged friends, and she was sharing that all on social media. So right. It's really like it, but But we did the thing that we do, which is to say here on the Colleen and Bradley show, we go deep in the shallow, so it was like, Well, what's the point of somebody who so clearly is living a life of privilege? Saying that they were cancelled and talking about it at length right now on social media, like there has to be another purpose, right? And, um One imagines it's too Stay relevant for a reason that we're not quite sure about. We just don't know yet. She's obviously 12. Well, I mean, I mean, maybe part of what she's trying to stay relevant for is the fact that she actually lost. Partnerships. As more people came forward and talked about the things that Chrissy Teagan said about them. And as long as she can stay in the public eye, there's a prayer that she might get some of that stuff back.
Coyotes Have Taken Over Stanley Park.
"I'm jordan heathrow. This is the big story. Dr colleen cassidy. Saint clair is a professor of biological sciences. At the university of alberta she specializes in the study of how animals including peyote behave in landscapes that have been altered by humans. Hello colleen hi jordan. Thanks for having me no problem. I'm glad you could spare the time. Why don't you start by telling us what's happening right now. In stanley park in vancouver. But also i understand. It's not just in stanley park. Sure well what i know of stanley part comes to me from the news so similar to what other people know. There's an unprecedented situation going on there. Where there is spend thirty Documented attacks on people by coyotes. We're coyotes have bitten people in the past six and a half months. That's extremely unusual. I have never heard of something. Like that. Happening anywhere in north america previously. But nor have. I heard about the situation. That's occurring in calgary in the last month and calgary eight. People have also been bitten by coyotes. Eight different people so you mentioned that. This is incredibly unusual. How do coyotes normally behave in spaces that they share with humans well normal has been a sliding slope for many years decades really over about the past twenty years sir spin increasing reports from across north america of coyotes in urban areas probably coyotes always danced around urban areas and were seen there occasionally by people. There's a at edmonton. That was known as coyote alley a hundred years ago so it's not entirely new. That coyotes are in urban areas. But they just seem to be more. Abundant and boulder and that's occurring in urban areas across the continent from vancouver to halifax from phoenix. T. l. o. Knife pretty much. Every urban area in north america. That i've heard of anyway has a population of urban coyotes. And that's a fairly new phenomenon.
Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers Announce Engagement
"No big story that's making the rounds today is about Shailene Woodley and Green Bay Packers estranged quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Who apparently hid their engagement for months and months. I thought they had only been together for months and months. I don't understand. I know what part of this was hidden. I love when people tell us something was hidden. She did a new interview, and she said that they kept the news between the two of them for as long as possible. Shailene Woodley talked to the Hollywood reporter and a cover story published today and said, when we announced that we were engaged We wanted to do that only because we didn't want someone else to do it before we did, And we didn't do it for months and months after we had become engaged, But the reaction to it was really a lot. And so we were like, let's just politely declined to talk about the relationship for a little while and live in our
"colleen" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"She was in for Colleen and Chris Sullivan. And here is Rachel Bells, So Google is yanking the chain. They're bringing their employees back to work. But apparently some employees are more equal than others. How is this going to work? Yes, So apparently, Google does not have a clear plan of how they're going to bring workers back or not bring workers back. And that is very frustrating for workers because they feel like they can't make a plan. So as of now, unlike companies like Twitter, Reddit and Facebook, Google is apprehensive about letting workers permanently work remotely. A lot of tech companies are saying, You know what? This worked out? Fine. Let's just keep on doing it. So the current plan, which apparently according to insiders, that good Will has changed a lot. But right now, 60% of employees are supposed to return to the office. And this is for all of their locations. 20% of the company can still work remotely, and then another 20%. They want to move to a new location. You know whether that be a cross country move or whatever. So if you do choose to relocate, or if they tell you you have to relocate, like at one point they were telling some San Francisco employees. They had to go to North Carolina. They will adjust your salary based on the local market, so For the people in San Francisco who thought they were going to have to move to North Carolina, which got changed and botched because they keep changing their minds. Their salary was going to be reduced by 20 to 25%, which you can then people are not happy about. That's huge. So apparently there is tension and anger at Google because of this, and because some people are allowed to work from home, and some are not, and they can't really figure out why. That is. So last week, Um when of the company's oldest workers, Google's eighth employee in its first VP of engineering. Let's see if I say his name right Earth whole soul. They say that right? Sounds good to me. There's um, lots. There's um lots. Um, he sent a letter to all employees saying, Hey, guess what. I'm going to be working remotely from New Zealand and people were like, Are you kidding me? Like why do you get to do that, and I still have to go into work, so they feel like there's a double standard. And different rules that apply to executives even though he said that this was in the works for a year, and it was put off by the pandemic, But people want to know it's his salary going to be adjusted because you know if he's currently in mountain view, California it is 18% more expensive there than in Auckland, New Zealand, so he should get an 18% pay reduction if they're going to treat him. The same, so this is kind of what they're going through right now and a little side note. Apparently, other tech workers and other companies are worried because a lot of the time these other companies look to Google for guidance. They tend to be a model, so they're worried that other companies are going to say, Oh, Googles, you know, requiring people to come back to work. We're going to require people to come back to work, too. I would hope that's not the case, because you know if there's articles all over the placing that Google employees are unhappy, and there's uncertainty, I wouldn't imagine other companies. Like Let's try that then, but you never know. Yeah, well, I mean, I can. I can see why some employees might think is a double standard possible because it is a double standard. So I was hoping that Google and Amazon for that matter would bring a lot more people back to the their offices because that's what made the holes South Lake Union neighborhood crackling with life, right. You had all those young people and suddenly all these high quality burger joints were popping up and I would go down there just just to sample the freshly made Yogurt from the food card. I mean, it was it was great. And now it's Ellen knows down there. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. I mean, you've tasted that stuff right where they have the I mean, the the fruit is just so obvious, and then they sometimes lace it with some kind of lemon curd and I know I had one last night. I actually have to admit that this is not an advertisement. But they did give me a little bit of a treat recently where they were, like, Can we drop you off something, And I was like, Yes. Come to my house and bring me all of your yogurt now. Yeah, I mean, you know, considering it's it's just what basically curdled milk in some form. It's a fantastic thing, and the only reason it exists is because of all those Amazon employees. I mean, you live in one of those really happening. Hip neighborhoods. Don't you want all the young people to to resume their lives of going between the office and and then coming back to? You know your your P patched to bring all that street life back. I mean, I'm not in a neighborhood that depends on that. You know, I'm not in South Lake Union, but but it is a big problem because you know, there was so much change and and a lot of people who have lived here. For a long time were really upset about what Amazon did to the city. You know, they like, change the city completely. They brought in hundreds of thousands of people to work there, and they built all of these big buildings. And so you know, if that crashes that's going to be huge for the city, no economically and real estate. I mean, I just keep thinking, like, could we be a Detroit you know where they're going to be like. You know all these empty buildings. And is that going to lead to, you know, like squatting and all of that. I don't know if it's going to get that extreme, but it does seem like I mean, we talked about the story last week about you know, people might be doing desk sharing like, if not everybody is coming back to work Every day. It sounds like a lot of tech companies would have to take smaller spaces. So yeah, I don't know. I mean, I guess we're going to have to see that I do feel bad for all of the The restaurants and businesses around South Lake Union Because there it's a ghost town. I mean, one of my favorite restaurants in Seattle is called Aviv. And it's Israeli, who most which, like oh, my God, It's so hard to get anywhere in this country, and they opened a new shawarma shop in South Lake Union, and it's been closed for months and months and months because there's nobody there and I want my Schwarm. Oh, So I guess we're just selfish. Dave wants his yogurt. I want my shawarma. Let's get this going, people. Rachel Bell. Thank you, Rachel. Thanks, Dave 8 53. That's time for real time. Traffic brought you by sold.
Robert Downey Sr., Actor and Filmmaker Dad of Robert Jr., Dead at 85
"Downey Sr. Actor and filmmaker Dad of Robert Downey Jr has passed away at the age of 85. He passed away in his sleep in New York City this morning. According to the Sun. He celebrated his 85th birthday last month that you might not know Robert Downey Junior's dad actor in his own right. He appeared in movies like Boogie Nights, Magnolia to Live and Die in L. A. And Downey Sr had been battling Parkinson's disease for more than five
Chrissy Teigen Apologized For Being A Twitter Troll
"After previous tweets of hers resurfaced in which he participated in online bullying. So this is in a medium post published today, Teagan writes. Quote. Not a day. Not a single moment has passed where I haven't felt the crushing weight of regret for the things I've said in the past. Christie also shares that she is in the process of privately reaching out to people that she has insulted on social media. So
‘Ted’ TV Series From Seth MacFarlane Based on Movie Ordered by Peacock
"And finally, a live action series adaptation of the movie Ted has been ordered straight to series at Peacock. Seth Macfarlane is currently in negotiations to reprise the voice role of Ted. A foul mouth pot smoking teddy bear brought to life by the magic of a little boy's wish. The first Ted movie was a big old hit back in 2012. I never understand. Had a
"colleen" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
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"colleen" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"No it shows a lot of cool footage from the seventies and what happened in the eighties with david berkowitz and it's very interesting. Because they go through all the seventy s and they've always footage is and where the capture him and stuff and we're eventually going to get in the sam so it's a good thing for you to watch but they're taking it like the way they like. You know took the richard mir's documentary. It's more based on the scary. Oh my god. Canadian satana called. It's just like they should have gone the back in the background and understand the serial killer before you make speculations go deep but it's not a bad thing but look how they kind of you know he when he went after the when he went to prison. And that's a he started a holy man. Now realize my mistakes noticed bunch. I could see that being a very easy cop-out for everybody to true. So eventually realized cameron was unable to give up his sadistic and sadomasochist and everything else cruel ways so she told her pastor about what happened. Because it's just it's always crazy to me to be religious. And i get it because that's where you find. Solitude is in that religion after you've done horrible things. But i always find people that are horrible to other people end up turning to religion or go to save myself rush. Maybe i shouldn't have done this in the first place. i think a lot of those are just. You don't have faith in yourself or faith in your parents so you need. You need someone to say like everyone needs a fucking hit in the back of the head when they're stepping out of line and that can be some people's hit in the back of the fucking ahead. I actually agree with that. Yeah so we're pastor encouraged her to contact law enforcement and on november eighteen thousand nine hundred ninety four months after colleen stands escaped from captivity authorities. Arrest cameron even though janice helped her husband capture call these stand and kept her in prison for like as a prisoner for seven years. She wasn't charged with the crime. Carla mocha six nine six nine snitching spa. I know literally while cameron was tried and convicted of several counts of kidnapping and sexual assault. The court granted janus full immunity because she agree to testify against him. Prosecutors believe cameras. Weren't they married that you can't you can't testify against married while they. I'll must've waived that right at that time. This is the seventies. Yeah you sure. That's a correct statement. There really. are you a lawyer actually do know that all one hundred percent correct statement right now but for the seventy. I don't know looking quick. Well like they tried. Camera was tried on and convicted of several counts of kidnapping and sexual assaults. The court's grand janice full immunity. Because of that she grew testified. He mentally and physically abused janice making it. Nearly impossible for her to defy her husband and stopped a horse that they made call in and doer. so all i can find for the seventy s and one lady said. She refused to do it so obviously it wasn't a law against it have a man confesses to his wife that he murdered somebody that could be. It could be the case that the spouse could not testify against her husband in court could if she choose but it sounds again. That's a lot of other great now specifically there's a there's a pretty serious case going on with say one of my friends families and their white can't the wife can't do anything even if she wanted to share power in the courtroom whatsoever if she went out and just screamed be stricken from the record. Goodbyes no it's not even like five. She's saying he did it. He did this horrible thing. Please lock them up there. I can't fucking acknowledged that all that's interesting so we wanted us canadian court systems because the united states say states might be different. I'm pretty. I always thought that was kind of like a north american thing so i guess when the during his trial and nine hundred ninety five the chance did reveal that her husband actually captured somebody else a nineteen year old maria elizabeth span hockey. That's how i'm going to pronounce it on january. Thirty first in nineteen seventy six year before the offered a ride colleen and the couple picked up. Elizabeth spent hockey spend whatever when she was hitchhiking in chico california chickasaw. I was kind of weird. Some of the states in the guy in tiktok canadian. He's a funny. I can't remember his handle whatever they call it nowadays but showed a male but he does that comedy ship based on he tries to fucking funny expunge hook and all these weird place. They ended up finding on the map. So that canadian is based off because they felt so bad about what they did to the indigenous people that start naming stuff after the orange. Now here he goes. Sorry died because brantford is based off joseph brant which was native american fellow and yeah so they just try to do that to cover up and abuse of indigenous people so the crazy thing is according to chance. They took the young woman home to their home when they had in red bluff and cameron physically harmed and eventually murdered elizabeth. Maybe she and comply what he was saying. And all that stuff like. How colleen kind of just submissive almost in those situations and might be a better idea because you might be able to survive that trauma dough might linger for a long time Put her body was never found in authority are not able to find evidence to actually prosecute cameron for elizabeth. Especially when they moved like. It's i know and it's it's hard to determine and get away with murder one person and it's ten years later like it might be a nuclear. I know a hard thing to do to because yeah because this is a long time. Yeah and the wife. I would think would be telling the truth. You never know you never know if she just wants to make sure he stays locked up for a long time. But i don't i'm not. I probably did do it so so. Despite being convicted of multiple counts of kidnapping and assault in one thousand nine hundred five. He was sentenced to more than one hundred years in prison for his crimes. Cameron was given a parole hearing. And two thousand fifteen. The state of california has approved program for elderly inmates to allow prisoners over the age of sixty took request a parole after. They assert twenty-five years of their sentence. However that paul parole board deny cameras request and he will not be eligible for another hearing until the year. Twenty thirty and he will be seventy six. And you won't you won't get it. It will just be like the thing it's like. Here's your parole hearing. I know we offered it back. But i always find funny. How many years they did give charles manson court like. Yeah man you like. you don't need more. Stand the complex things of my mind. I traveled through dimensions. You hear you court people you even understand what is going on the world. They have corrupt corporations need would just like go like crazy literally and he would never be like three. I've seen a lot of the footage of it when we talk about him. I'll probably play somebody. I just it's just crazy. How he would just like he. He would talk to almost like fifty seconds staring at me and i love chills. Manson still though how love him as a character in a humane society love. I just find his character interest.
"colleen" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"The scum of the earth. So not that bad when they've originally captured her they in red bluff house. The couple regularly like whipped her when she was naked beat. Her burned her electrocuted her. I wonder how that wendy cut a cord. Half and then fucking power to like shocking. Schalke shocked them at home during. Yeah so they would They also stretch on iraq. It was fucking medieval times. That's fun like shaking her head. The zero hats africa fucking like people do that to other people they have to. I genuinely think like even if they get caught like. Oh well i know i. I'm just gonna ask myself now. You hustle. I care really living anymore to do something like that to somebody. I almost believe more or less. Because how young janice was the wife that she was truly just brainwashed and never given a type of attention from a man before she was not allowed to date and cameron hooker like convinced her parents somehow to let her date him and then they kind of took off. But it's like it's kinda like what karla homolka claimed but she was definitely just as part of it. So there's that difference right like the women that are into women that were scared for their lives against. Yeah i think they were all into it thin line. I don't care how naive you were when i started like you. You wake up one day like this. I don't think they can't we tell. Our neighbors about walker. Doing holiday won't understand. I heard someone told me that if people like you know the star things you hang from your like house and shit like decoration and people put like a star by their war or like hang one. I heard that those are swingers. Somebody told me that that stars invitation that their swingers kind of letting the community know that's already been debunked though that's not true not true. It's not true. And they're not talking about the star decorations for inside the house. Talking about those big as barnes stars that go on the outside outside the doors like like you guys have one. Don't you outside outside of your fence. Yeah that's what they're talking about those stars and that was told you that too yes. So in addition and making her suffer physically. The couple deprived colleen food and engaged in a ritual rape and richard realistic reap. We'll get into. He was doing because this is guzzi us creep list rape. I never heard that. I'm going to rain for the god every day. That's ritual. it's like every day at the same time he's down there. Oh okay. I thought you meant. He's doing it. Like as part of a ritual like like to god the thing that people like that because there are some people that did some rate for god. Yeah that's that's a new one kill has been a a stone are landmarks but cameron reportedly wanted call to be like a female character and the nineteen fifty four french erotic novel story of o and soon started raping her which consisted of oral rape. And also the story of. Oh i'm pretty sure is like a seventies porno maybe eighties. I feel like. I've seen that. I've never read the book. It sounds creepy. But i think it was just like a softcore porn film now it used to be on the ifc and shit. I may be wrong now. No idea i don't wanna google it either. Yeah the porn daddy. So cameron didn't want to have vaginal sex with colleen because he considered that a breach of the agreement with his wife so she really wants to have a kid. Can you believe that one. That one's sacred do i don't break his bond would would have been fine. I guess it has to be you said oral probably just fucking else good. She won't have a kid and then so their agreement even before. I think they got lean the first time. But we'll get into it. They may have also stugotz stolen somebody else. But they made it kind of agreement where was like you know. As long as the sexist for me so we can have a child again and she really wanted to have kids. Obviously all women against you but now it's not sure to just one girl sharing cancer isabel for fox's yeah she's people's minds singer twenty four twenty one. You don't know it's too late now. She's got the vaccine. I always that that me and my post on the hosts pulled out right and it's like happy mother's day i've been saying for like the past year things like she's she's pretty fucking over it almost every time we have sex. It's like at the end of the. Oh i don't. I think that all just went shit ever shadow mangoes for saying you're fucking also crazy for for pulling out during every sexual encounter. He said he's like what the fuck are you guys yelling about on. No one of the episodes about fucking you pull it out and shit.
When Healthcare Gets Politicized
"One of the most galling things that we've seen over the last year how in some states politicians have exploited this moment to try to further restrict access to the reproductive healthcare that every woman in our country should have access to. Can you talk a bit about how you responded to that as an organization but also how you've supported your providers in your patients for whom this isn't just political rhetoric. It's it has deeply personal. Covert gave us a real peek behind the curtain. To why a world without row would look like we saw at the beginning of the pandemic politicians across the country particularly those hostile to sexual reproductive health. Were using the pandemic as a cover to limit access to abortion and what we saw was not people not seeking access to abortion and sexual reproductive healthcare. We saw people in fact getting in their cars and driving fifteen hours from texas to colorado. Because they were seeking. They needed to live full and free lives. We know that without row. Roughly twenty five million women are going to be in states with respect ends might not have access and so the work that we've had to do as an organization with our partners has had to think about what is the infrastructure. Look like how do we support the travel hoped you. We support through telehealth. Where will the fights be. Move into our contentious state legislative season to ensure that the majority of people who support access to sexual and Healthcare aren't thwarted by a vocal
Billie Eilish to Drop New Album, ‘Happier Than Ever,’
"It's called happier than ever. It's gonna drop July 30th and Billy I'll. It is going to release a new song from the album on Thursday morning. Billionaires also released trackless for the album happier than ever 16 songs in total, So we're getting new music. I and, like she's got a whole new look she looks
Scott Rudin Says He Will 'Step Back' From Film Projects
"Upcoming projects after his former staffers accused him of abusive work. Police behavior routing first said over the weekend that he was stepping back from his Broadway endeavors. But today or yesterday. Added that he would also stop his work on other media as well. Ex employees first made their allegations against route into the Hollywood reporter earlier this month. I think this is probably a wise choice.
The Fashion of the 90s, With Colleen Hill
"We are so close to be joined to discuss all of the above with our friend and one of my mentors actually from grad school colleen hill colleen is a curator of costume and accessories at the museum. Fit and her book fashioned in the nineties is the exhibition catalogue for forthcoming exhibition of the same name at the museum at fit calling. We are so thrilled to welcome you to the show today. Welcome to trust colleen. Welcome to journalists. This is very much overdue. Some of our fashion historian. Listeners will probably know that you and i r- very dear friends but we've been trying to get you on forever and ever so. I'm so excited to talk to you today about your new project. Thank you. i'm really happy to be here. Yeah so some time ago you shared with me. I was like what. What are you working on now. And you said that your new project on fashion and the ninety s. And i was like ooh like hell ambitious and the reason i say this is ninety s. Fashion is very tricky period of time to tackle. It's not all that long ago. It's not like it's forgotten. And you and i were actually both teenagers in the ninety s. I think a little bit older than you. So i was early nineties. You're kind of late ninety s but we lived these close firsthand so it's not like we don't know anything about them and that's really interesting in and of itself because it's a bit of a rarity oftentimes that s fashion stories. We're working on periods where we actually wore those fashions. So the reason i'm saying it's tricky is because the nineties. The styles in fashion is exceedingly resistant to categorization. Would you agree with that. Oh yes that was one of the biggest houses with project. And you have this wonderful quote early on in the book and you're quoting a fashion journalist. Marion hume who wrote in harper's bazaar and the december nineteen ninety nine issue. You know like we're right on the edge of like going to the next millennium. And she said quote. We have lurched from modern to retro from glitz glamour from puritan pretty from military to minimal. Only to max. Out at the finale with an opulent flourish of beating and a rash of irony.
"colleen" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"I've tried everything and that's when we literally put our hand. I'm learning a lot more that like I can I can connect better in life and be an alignment month. When I surrender to God to the universe, you know to my guides and to my higher self, who knows what I'm supposed to be doing here. And if I can just open up my arms and go I give up Faith and I believe that you have my best interests at heart and I will accept the road and know that I can't do it on my own and I don't have the skill set. So I surrender to the past month you're bringing me on and I will be in a student here ready and accept the lane that I'm supposed to go through. I love it. So when you were twelve years old that was kind of a significant loss of life because you were doing your entrepreneurial path 12, right? Yep. Okay. So if you could go back in time from today, April 15th 2021 to any day when you were twelve what to say on your 12th birthday. You just get to go back in time and say hey Colleen, I'm your future. Here is what I want to tell you and where some things that you could you could share with your twelve-year-old Colleen. They would have had even more significant impact. Like what have you learned now in 2021 from when you were twelve and what would you tell twelve-year-old Colleen? Yeah, okay. So I definitely would say to her look like doesn't have to be a struggle all the time. You don't have to go down the narrow winding roads to prove that you can do things. So here's a couple of pointers firstly I get that you really want to you know work hard in life, which is a great skill set to have by the way, cuz obviously we want to take that forward but let's do with smarter now, like let's not do it where it's like the brow sweat any longer but let's really start to think about some things like residual income and aligning with people and Joint venturing, you know, and not just chasing the dollar but chasing the impact and through that then you'll miss the whole bunch of the struggle in the middle. But obviously I know like today I went through it all to be at this exact point in life. But you know if I had the option to go back, okay. So 12 year old self. That's one thing second thing is you are more than enough. You don't need to be your cousin. You don't need to look at other people off. And be jealous of what they have, you are more than enough exactly how you are and exactly who you are in this world is exactly who you need to be. There's people out there that are your people that are waiting for you to step in to be your amazing self. So stop wearing the masks. You don't need to pretend to be something that you're not just keep being you and they will find you and then I thought I would say one more thing the third thing the most important relationship you have is the one with yourself. So let's find out the amazing things about you and step into loving yourself first because if you don't then all of these other relationships will show up in your world to test that what you've done a really great job at you know, at the age of forty as you look back on it, but maybe we can like diminish that a little bit so that we can actually step in full heartedly to a love relationship that is balanced instead of all this other dynamics that had to come through first because you didn't love yourself birth..
"colleen" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Yeah, my soul Genesis practitioner. I just sounds really kind of elevated tell me about that. Yeah, so each of us has a soul like we've already discussed throughout this entire time. We all have a soul you're kidding Colleen really all of us some people some people I wonder some people may not I don't know some people go into this world. I wonder do they have a soul. I don't know maybe maybe it's already left. I don't know good. So some song have more light than other Souls do. Okay. There you go. Okay, so I just sold some are lighter than others. Okay guy. Okay, perfect. So I bought a Genesis practitioner allows us to be able to open up a cache of Records to go find out different aspects of your soul and what you are actually here to do on this Earth. So what your soldiers decided that it wanted to accomplish when it was tear. So just give you guys a back frame before we jump into our physical form like this body you're in right now you can like imagine. Yep. You're on the other side and it's like you're looking at a white board and you're going okay. So I've got an option for all these experiences and you go I'm going to take that one that one and that one so those ones will be like life lessons wage. And then I know that a couple of these other things might show up. So I'm going to make sure I bring in those two talents with me because we're going to need them if this actually happens and I get the Dynamics of my parents that I'm about to get into so maybe we should bring in that support and then you look behind you and you go. Okay, which one of you guys are going to help support me in this and then so your guide say okay. I got your back the whole entire time. I'm going to be right here to help support you and then all of a sudden you like..
"colleen" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Are amazing people off our forces for good in the world around them and live a life of transformation. My guest today does just that Colleen Lindbergh and I discuss how everyone has the choice to step into transformation if they choose to so if you want to surrender it a transformation choose to transform and understand that it's really a journey of honoring yourself and your life. This is the show for you. Killeen welcome to life transformation radio Thank you so much problems. So excited to be here. Yeah. Yeah, so I love it. So I looked at your website and hey, your motto is dared to be more it is an A Creative podcast around that exact same conversation. I love it. Well, there you go. Well fellow mutual podcaster and I also checked out your website and I saw that you not only dare to be more but you really like blowing shit up. I do like blowing shut up. So Thursday the grill in the room. So the how where where do we go from there? Like tell me about that? Oh my gosh, like most of my life. I think my whole transition in life has been that way. You know, I was at girl like my mom said no, I am doing it. Anyways, no matter what and I lived most of my life with in that wheelhouse. So if my boss says it can't be done. Guess what we'll figure out a way to get it done that and it was like I was always blowing shut up quote unquote in the way of normalcy in the way of what the rules and regulations were in the way of what people said couldn't happen and I lived forever that motto and I still believe in that motto but not in a way of like struggling, you know, like in a way of not conforming for sure but not in a way like when I was younger, it was more about the struggle I choose to like narrow winding pathway instead of like, you know daisies in.
Jennifer Lopez Has Not Returned $1.8M Engagement Ring to Alex Rodriguez
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Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Welcome Their First Child Together
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Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Welcome Their First Child Together
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"colleen" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"East. Speak so much to universal truths of struggling. And and and just so many things about i don't even know how to say just. His music speaks to a broader range of people for a broad range of reasons The energy in it The longing in it to me. That's that's a big thing. It's the longing it's like. I wanna go a half to go. And i'm a music person actually a part time musician. Not these days because all the restaurants closed. But you're just it's it's the energy that he puts into it and the poetry that he puts into the energy. You just can't let go. It just kinda keeps running through your head and i'm lucky enough to know also and i think this i don't know if colleen if this is true for you but i'm guessing knitted as the colleen said we've been doing this work for me. It's a little over forty years where he wanted to be done. And i'm lucky enough to be on the turnpike going to hearing about a bill that i'm putting up to deal with hunger and i hear bruce and it's like when you know that he has the same passion and he does about the issue of hunger. it just to me. It makes me love him even more and makes me more attached to his music. Yeah yeah I'm gonna get you colleen a couple of things there one. It appears even when he wasn't as political as it appears he is now in. I embrace that. I have no problem with that You know he was always about food banks right like always in his shows but you know we have some friends here from the dallas foodbank. They're the people on the frontlines. Doing good work helping your neighbors if you see him. Stop by tell them. Thanks if you've got a buck or to drop it every show right and i just think that's it's a beautiful thing to do and and i Adele i have gone through a couple of spells where i've been unemployed for a long time and I when i got a chance to meet him a book signing not he heard because it was such a shuffle but i said better days land of hope and dreams. I listened to every day to get me through this. And when i was looking for my job early in twenty twenty You know i had better days. I had a dream baby dream on loop his version. Just you gotta keep on dreaming. Gotta keep on dreaming so. I absolutely hear that feeling. How about you colleen in in. Can you articulate. Because that's hard to do. I always ask that. In the questions i go. Can you tell me. And i understand. Some people say it just feels me so go ahead..
"colleen" Discussed on Culinary School Stories
"You know that's go and learn more equally. I've had the the culinary side. Come over to me you know. Ask questions ask. A lot of questions is never too many questions that you can ask you know. I also think that the uncertain kitchens. There's like a hazing part as well. Don't take too much to heart. You know be be open but you know there's a lot to be said for keeping your mouth shut and keeping your eyes down but also be open to other other things open to other cultures open to working in kitchens. A lot of different religions that come into play you know just being respectful and mindful of everybody in your surroundings which is a day to day thing not even necessarily in a kitchen but also know that you're gonna polly working a lot of long hard hours before anything really happens. I would say definitely you know. Don't just ever you know how you leave how you walk into a place as how important as you leave a place. You don't wanna burn really. Do not want to burn any bridges. Sometimes even if you haven't been doing things correctly how you leave a restaurant or any job for that matter really shows a lot to your character You know go out the right way beyond time. Don't be on your cell phone Same for ask questions. How are you doing this. How can i do it differently. What can i do ask for somebody. Who's your superior you know. Can you give me an assessment. After a month after after a couple of months I do know that longevity is a very big thing always stand someplace at least one year and then you know if you think about you think a year might be a long time but you've only gone through summer once winter one spring once you've gone through the rush season only one. So how much can you really know. I always ask if if you're moving if you're on garbage day how do you move up to saute..
"colleen" Discussed on Culinary School Stories
"I would now like to introduce today's guest. Chef colleen grapes colleen. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much for having me. So let's start like any good story at the beginning. Where did your love of food. I'm from where to debt. Glove of cooking star. And how did that develop into going to culinary school. I know i was one of those people what i was a junior in high school. I still had no idea what i wanted to do. And it's a big ask in a big thing to think of what you wanna do for the rest of your life which we know now. Those things can change. I will actually when i was in high school I really i was actually a doctor and used to teach semi professional weightlifting. Which i absolutely loved and then i noticed. Every time that i would come home from work. I would bake and turns out years down the road. I found out because when you're doing those things you reach your body of the natural sugars. So i would go home and bake all the time i'd be making apple turnovers very proud of my english muffin pizzas at that point and he's making cookies and a little bit of a back story to that. Even is I was able to know to migrate grandmothers. And i actually used to bake with them a lot and my grandma used to bake a whole lot so something that i had always done but when it came down to thinking what i really wanted to do i wanted to go into the more the more the healthier aspect of it A friend of mine had suggested going to culinary school. Which was something that i had never thought of before. Doing a little bit of research found out that johnson wales had a what they considered like a weekend. You go to try it out for the weekend to see if you liked it. And i went for the weekend and i absolutely loved it and i knew that that's what i wanted to do. Then specifically really was very much into art at that time as well and decided to take a little bit of that aspect of are actually go into specifically pastry great. So you're a weightlifter. In high school. burn up calories. You went home in eubanks. Three love making is. Did you study baking at johnson and wales..
"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer by how's it going? Oh, you know, kind of creepy. Um, yeah, because we're about to talk about Hannibal Lecter. Army meter. Not actual Hannibal Lecter s O. You know, these allegations have surfaced that he's kind of cannibal Li Hey, told one lady that he dated that he wanted to break her ribbon barbecue and eat it. So that was weird. I can't even read the words that, she said, but That was a thing. But now you guys, but wait. Wait as the Shamwow guy would say there's more Or at least before, wasn't he arrested? Shame? Okay. I think he died. No, that's the Oxy clean guy has passed on. But the shamwow guy was arrested. Okay. Okay. Sometimes I get my But wait, there's more now. Another acts of Armie hammer so adding insult to injury, adding Never anyway, Uh, page Lorenzo, As Elizabeth Reese, mentioned during the dirt alert today has come forward a zwelling. She talked to the good people of the Daily Mail TV and revealed even more disturbing details about Her relationship. With Armey Hammer and then I'm going to get to a point where He says No, she says, no daily mail says What? But let me just tell you what she actually said. I just want to give you some, like, um, give me the real the real deal. Well, what you can of it, so she dated Army for about four months in late 2020. So when is that? Okay, So that was like last month. That was literally last month, and that to me is interesting on a number of different levels, So she said that on her first night With Armey Hammer. He made her watch the movie secretary with Maggie Gyllenhaal. Quote. He wanted me to relate to her emotional problems in the way she finds purpose in life through a dominant partner, partner. And BDs M. Okay, so can we just really quickly? Tonight, Tap the brakes for one second, because I want you to just like living the reality of this Have you ever been in a relationship where the person is like wants you to watch a movie Is the guide for your relationship? No, no, sounds like Scientology like to me. That's like Red flags Central, But I'm also I don't want a victim blame because I do believe she's a victim. Go on. There were teeth marks and bite marks all over me. He was completely obsessed with biting me. He told me Be proud as they were just love bites. I had bruises all over me. When we were together. I was left with bite marks from him or Excuse me. I was left with marks. From him using a paddle. Once, he said, If you did not tell me to stop, I would eat a piece of you. And he was serious. It was like he actually wanted to eat my flash. He wanted to find a doctor in L. A. Who would remove one of my ribs. Uhh! As you do not need it and then barbecue it and eat it while I watch. Oh, um he said this more than once He was very serious. Oh, so then so then she goes on, and I'm not going to read the whole thing because I just feel bad for people out there. Driving around Like what? You didn't get me. I'm also warning have already having that experience right now. So I could go on and tell you about the time when he basically like the knife situation he liked poked her, Jenna. Holes with a knife, right? Yeah, Okay. Branded her left a scar on her. And anyway, so that you can do the disgusting reading at your leisure. But she reportedly goes on to say that she knew, um She Understood that army knew she was upset about this disgusting us right quote. He knew I was upset but did not say sorry. The next day. He even told people about what he'd done. I was upset. Embarrassed, humiliated, But he insisted You should be proud of it. I wouldn't tell anyone who didn't think it was awesome. And she goes on to say, I rationalize it with his logic of us being a couple, but I was completely manipulated. It's humiliating as it will haunt me forever. I have had laser treatment to get rid of the scar. I want him to address his demons see the pain and the trauma that he's caused. Me and other women. This is not King shaming. I want to be clear So to me, like the major difference between You know what she was calling King? What we call freaky deaky. Um like kink is consenting adults like somebody saying, I have this fantasy. I have this, um, thing I like Would you be able to do that with me? That's not what happened here. So now that's the story and that it was really eye opening, right if you read the full account of what my eyes wide open if you read the account, you're like, Oh, God, this is disturbing and disgusting. Um A couple days ago, there was an update to this story. Shortly after the story was published, paid stated that she wanted to make it very clear that some of the quotes from her daily mail interview were falsified. She added, the media has twisted in these are her words. The media has twisted a lot of my words and put words into my mouth to make corny headlines. I am so disappointed but not surprised. Just know that a lot of this is trash and not from me. Um I'm confused. Well, I think you're right to be confused, Actually, because again, the daily Mail the devil a bubble, we'll definitely bail. Okay over there is just quoting Her in this interview the interview that she did in an exclusive interview that she did with daily mail TV. So she is saying they're saying this is an interview that you did these air your words. She is now saying that they falsified her words. Which does mean immediately. The thing you think early, something I think I don't know what you think You could tell me what you think is that's your prerogative. Thank you for telling me you're welcome. Um Is that like he got to her and said Like I'm gonna eat you like threatened her maid. Yeah. Like I will, because she chew up and spit you out. She felt fine saying all this stuff and like you, said Bradley. It's sort of like when you're on a reality show and the person says, I don't really like the way that they edited me toe look, and it's like you said the words. The words came out of your mouth. Yeah, and unless literally the daily mail made up quotes verbatim Now, a lot of people out there, listening who have listened To our show might think well, that's entirely plausible. I don't feel like the daily Mail is going all in with fake interests right like they may be. Shading. Mischaracterizing thing's for sure. But when it comes to actual quotes, I mean, they kind of stand on their own right, like saying that he physically assaulted you. And you hope that he gets help and realizes how he's manipulating you and other women like writes. How did did they literally just create out all of that out of whole cloth? Okay, well, I guess I don't believe you because I just That's not been our experience. If that's the case also, I would think that she should sue them because do you see what I'm saying? So to your point, I think it's not entirely Impossible to believe that either he got to.
"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Everything entertainment? Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer. I'm there. He was a coin boy, you know, very thin s. Oh, we don't have a name for those celebrities behaving badly, And that name is, um, do bags. Presenting Lord and Lady douchebag of the day. Oh, thanks. Oh, my God. You're gonna be so excited. I am Lena? Jonah. Oh, my gosh. It's been something fun. Welcome back, girl. Hey, we spend a minute I have made a personal choice to embrace uneven results. Right. Do you know what that refers to Um Bang. She cut her own bangs. My gosh, I thought it was like an election thing. No, no, this had nothing to do with stealing an election. This had everything to do with bangs her here. Back in July. You might remember that the 34 year old native New Yorker said she is tips from her hairstylist Sally Hershberger to trim her hair, so it worked from all angles. Well. On Monday, she made a personal choice to embrace the uneven results after cutting her own bangs in lockdown, England I feel like this is she wants to be relatable here. I mean, it's like I don't Every time she shows up, I'm like you have the singular ability. Two. Make people roll their eyes. No matter what comes out of your mouth like normal people in this moment of had a hair problem, right? Like we've all had hair issues in the last 365 days. However many days it's been not quite full year. But like we've all had that. But like I just love the tone of like I have decided to Actually, the full context was Just a little update on cutting my own bags and quarantine. Okay, I've made a personal choice to embrace uneven results. Don't know what that means, actually, other than you didn't cut your bangs very well, ma'am. And I also feel like cutting your bangs is not hard and also let a professional do it. Well, So here's that relatable thing is like everybody. Every gal. With some hair has had a moment during this time of e think it's sort of like when you're a little bit. Country in a little bit rock. Yeah, I was going to say bored, but, you know, same same when when you're experiencing some boredom, or you're experiencing some, um, out you're not in your normal routine. You want to break out? You want to break free? You want a little change? The first thing you think about is your hair. And you think dumb things. I'm not gonna lie. You think maybe I want to cut bangs? You think I've been here? Maybe I want to get a perm. You think All kinds of idiotic things. That is relatable, though, that she went ahead with the bang trim and did it herself. So many people have done that. But most people are just like what's did the self being trans, like whoops. Don't do it. That was funny. Ha ha! The all Here's the other thing. This is what I love again. She does things and everybody does. She has experiences that are totally relatable to everybody else. Whether it's cutting your bangs, you're going to rehab for that matter and being addicted to pills because She recently talked about her struggle with an actual addiction. But then she liked the words to come out of her mouth. And like, I don't know what you're writing for. Meaning. I don't know whose. Whose audience here. So, she said at one point when she's talking about rehab, and so I went to rehab where I earnestly committed to becoming a woman worthy of the most bleep you baby shower in American history. What Thank you. Don't know what that means. Why would you need a baby shower after going to rehab Words here. Thank you, Holly. There are a lot of words here says a lot of things. She's also just the most self absorbed, self amused self. She thinks she's an art project right earlier, and she honestly thinks we're all is fascinated by her as she is by herself. Can I also just tell you that the project she's currently working on again? Love her blessed her. She spent the past 10 like we love she well, it's just because she's a creative person, and I want like, I don't want people to take away the impression that I am just shaming somebody for having you know, like quirky creative ideas. No, that's not it. She's just tiresome in the way that she communicates to the world. It's like girl. We are all capable of that. Spirit right like this is not new or unique, anyway. Um, the article says that she has spent the past five years prepping her PG 13 medieval movie based upon journal entries of the 14 year old daughter of an English country night in the year, 12 90. What I was like. Well, of course she did. Of course, that's what she's been doing. Apparently she's working on AH adaptation of Karen Cushman's 1994. Newberry winning Children's novel Catherine called Birdy. In the United Kingdom, So that's why she's there. But like instead of just saying like I'm working on a project, Of course, it's got to be a project about The 14 year old daughter of an English country night in the year 12 90 has represented in the PG three PG 13 medieval movie. Right? I can't. I don't even know where to start with her. I just want to sit her down and be like, Stop. I just stop. I just feel like if she came into a room, she would be like everybody be like you'd have to put your oxygen mask. I just go. Where can I go? What, like? Can somebody call me like Colleen Just come into the room and I'm gonna be Lena Dunham, please. I'm in the room. Well, I mean, you know, like, pretend it's like the prep room back in the day when we used to share space together, right? So I'm coming in, and you'll just be like, okay. All right. Hey, guys, How's it going? My God. So here is the thing. I was walking up the stairs last night. Do you know that there are stairs.
"colleen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Entertainment. Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer, I batches. How's it going over there? I had my 30th serving of turkey. Oh, good. That trip to fan working? Yeah, Sounds good. You're gonna be a trip to fan of what's coming out of my mouth through to take you on a trip to fan. Um His fan. Our listeners are our fans. Oh, hey, yes. So we're going to see that list? Well, I'll tell you what. We're not a fan of rebel Wilson. Well, I'm a fan of rebel Wilson. And I think you are too in terms of her comedic stylings, right? Yeah, she's good. Oh, are you not? I didn't know that. I mean, I don't know. My God. I love her in bridesmaids. And how could you not love her and pitch perfect that Amy come on. When she does the dolphin anyway, The moral of the story is What I'm not a fan of and what I can totally sign off on is rebel Wilson's PR parade that we've all been a victim of for the last year because she's tried to and you guys we have talked about this on the Colleen Bradley show for months Now she has been trying to rehab her. Image, which God bless her and got lover. It's just it's the journey were on that. I don't care about it all. But to that end, Colleen, First of all, what's the journey? We're on with rebel Wilson. Publicity's wise, So she s so just to kind of this is the CliffsNotes. She started off 2020 as her Year of health, which was really in a embark mint him bark ation. Sure, she Embarcadero. No, no, no, wait lost during and um and then in the midst of all of that, well, she was getting plenty of headlines for her weight loss journey. We also learned that she's got a new man in her life, and his name is Jacob P. Bush and we we hear opine on the Colleen and Bradley show. That this is all part of a new image makeover where she's trying to rebrand herself as a romantic lead versus the fat, funny friend. Exactly And so to counter the fat, funny friend image she's been on the health kick year year of Health. And the reason we're talking about her on this unnamed it's Monday, right Monday morning headline headline The Monday after Monday. I don't know where your rebel Wilson announces she's reached her goal weight of 75 kg. With one month to spare. After having previously lost a staggering 20 kg. We'll get to that equivalents and in a moment Oh, God. Are you getting choked up? Dude, I'm getting choked up. You love a before and after, don't you? I do. But Esso we've this has been happening for weeks. Like rebel. Wilson is very close to her goal weight. Rebel Wilson is £5 away from her goal weight. Rebel Wilson a chance to go Wait. So you? Nope. You pew. I'm that's not like P you That's like a deer horn. I'm I'm happy for her that she reached her personal goal. Now, she we know this because she went to the place you go Instagram stories and said the following hit my goal with one month to spare. Even though it's not about await number. It's about being healthy. I needed a tangible measurement to have a goal and that was 75 kg to which I say and I'm sure you would agree. Yeah, Heads off. Kudo girl. You look amazing. You look fabulous. On the shore of a new Austrian Alpine lake. Wait. What? So she announced her? Her goal. Cheating her goal on the shores of Lake Gish. Mikel Fritz. I don't know where this is in Austria, but it's at that very, very high priced Austrian health spa that she ran away to last week or the week before we talk. No, it was last week. In fact, actually, we talked about it on Wednesday that she had gone to this new health spot that, um, where you to your food like 45 times, and you only eat like Liquid stuff. And then I think you also put out some liquid stuff like 5 to 7. Literally five times a day. You're supposed to, um, ex move, Move the way you get the truth. Okay. What about the bugles? Okay. I'd like to sit on that for a moment, but I won't thank you want the moral of the story is Girl. Where are you right now? Where are we right now? Is this like this is like in any other year? It's it's just I feel like it's a zombie PR campaign that like kicked off before pandemic 100% and could not like they just kept going with it because I'm like your on the shore of an Austrian health spa that costs millions of dollars. And we are all sitting at home. I did Burpees on my living room floor this morning. Maybe I did. Burpees e think she was doing some Burpees Kipp students and toots and friends exactly, which is the German equivalent some booty Barbies. Your call. But do you see what I'm saying? Like, how toned up? Could you be right now? Like nobody's cheering for you? I mean, we sure because I don't want to get people there like ages, taking on her because she's No, I like I want everybody to be happy and do all the things and I don't like to wag my finger of people. But this is a celebrity who's this is a part of like this is somebody's getting paid to make this happen. And like I'm just over here going. I think this is a waste of time and money, and I don't know how much return on your investment you're going to get because who's jumping up and down for her right now. Other than like a few brands that she's trying to make money off of that are going to get some attention because she's but also what kind of attentional like, who's like signing up for that, like we're all trying to figure out. Yes, I will say like Uber Eats is one of her, Um Partners, and I bet like they are jumping up and down because who's not getting their food delivered? Well, yes, in the sense that she is getting she contrived traffic right cause she's got like a billion followers. And so, to some extent, it's going to be successful. I just feel like she could have done this so much better and in a way that's like totally, you know, aligned with the moment we all find ourselves in. No. And I don't disagree, too. By the way, you You said that her goal was to lose. Was it lose 20 kg? She lost 20 kg. Okay, that is £44. So her goal shy of £45 her going. I don't know how tall she is or what heard, like B m I is supposed to be, but she's £165. That's her goal weight. So for her that was the number and like all the things she's saying, or not, not true, like It's important to say it's not about a number, but you need to have a goal. Like all that stuff is important right because it keeps you motivated. It's not that she's saying Things that are patently absurd or false. I'm just like I don't know who can relate to like tol kill those last £5. I flew to Austria. Rowe people, people. I'm sorry, but nobody that's in our listening audience right now is like I got to just get rid of those last £5. I'm gonna go to an Austrian Spot and have diarrhea for four days. You know that you need to go to Austria to have diarrhea. You could do that in the comfort of your own home on over like I'll leave some turkey meat out on the counter for a day and you'll be good gobble gobble the tracks. I'll give you the stereo for a lot cheaper it just yet and I'll even do it in a German accent. Wow, that's I'm just saying we don't have to pay extra for that. Like you have a new side, huh? No Bradley diarrhea with the German accent, But you have to say it. Yeah. There That'll do. Start. Yeah. That's poop in..