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Fresh update on "dane" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:01 min | 13 min ago

Fresh update on "dane" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Now, with the latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Bar Lisa John. Thank you very much final preparations are underway for tonight's presidential debate will be socially distance on stage, no handshakes and no masks for President Trump, Joe Biden or Debate moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News. There will be a small audience with masks and everyone tested pick over 19 1 turned away. Biden will likely bring up The New York Times story about the president's taxes and turn, the president is expected to repeat his claim that Biden is slipping mentally. Bloomberg TV and Radio will bring you live coverage of tonight's debate. Starting at 8 30 P. On Wall Street time last night. People in Montana already had an extra serving of a debate. Republican Montana Senator Steve Daines sparred with Democratic Governor Steve Bullock. Over a host of issues and a closely watched Senate race. A major topic the Affordable Care Act governor bullet shocking in some respects when even the Washington Post would give four Pinocchios to your claim that you've been Will be protecting preexisting conditions. Senator Dane says Despite the confirmation of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court, it's not likely the will be overturned. This is a very important case before the Supreme Court. Highly unlikely to overrule the We must protect those Montana's who have pre existing conditions. The debate was aired on Montana's PBS station. The worldwide death toll from drawing a virus has eclipsed one million that is greater than the population of Jerusalem. Or Austin, Texas, a major health care providers computer system appears to have been on the ugly end of a possible major ransomware attack Universal Health Service as it appears that no patient information was accessed. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered.

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Fresh update on "dane" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:46 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dane" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Pandemic began, Milwaukee County's medical director, Dr Ben Weston, 640. Patients hospitalized. That's compared to mid four hundred's was the previous peak that we saw back in April, Dane County, Green Bay and the Fox Valley or parts, the state with the largest growth in cases, Brown County public health strategist Clear Paprocki blames Covad fatigue and the general public letting their guard down gathering without masks. Sign not so physically or socially distance. A Rocky recommends people stay home when sick and where a mask A youth football coach in Washington County has been fired for being with his team while having Cove in 19, the coach with the key Wascom gridiron Sports League took part in a practice in scrimmage last Saturday, two days after being tested. Washington County executive Josh Shellman tells Team J. Forney's a Contact Teresa reached him by phone at the events. Contact tracers are getting lab results, which is one of.

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Is Mitch McConnell Rigging The Game?

All In with Chris Hayes

09:54 min | Last week

Is Mitch McConnell Rigging The Game?

"Other news, there's the other branch of Congress or the other house. Of Congress. The Senate and everyone knows their Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is unshakable and ruthless, and he's going to maximize his power however cam, but it is also the case the death of Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG has taken us to uncharted territory. There are very real political pressures that are going to affect how the next several months play out. Mitch McConnell does not care about being charged with the Crisi but the raw politics of this moment themselves are not uncomplicated. As it was with the affordable care act remember Mitch McConnell had a lot of bravado about that and he failed famously and humiliatingly to replace the law. Here's mayor discuss across pressures. He faces longtime McConnell Allah Gist Jane Mayer Chief of Washington correspondent New Yorker wrote an incredibly insightful profile McConnell back in April this weekend row quote from Mitch McConnell keeping a Senate. Majority matters more than the Supreme Court. Jamie. It's great to have. Let's start with that because it seems to me there's two imperatives here. Everyone says about McConnell the two things he cares about is keeping the Senate majority and being Senate majority leader. Judges the Federal Bench, and there is a way to interpret the politics of the moment that there's a little bit attention between those two imperatives. How do you see it? Well, I mean there is I mean he wants to get obvious wants to hold the majority wants to stay being majority leader. And, this is going to be the crowning moment of his career to have yet one more justice on Supreme Court here we can get him through and he's promised trump of course that he's going to have a vote on this, and so how do you do this the problem? The problem for McConnell is it's unclear if he can keep the majority in the Senate. It's a dicey election year for him. There are a number of racist. They're very close and he doesn't want to do anything that's going to hurt the endangered members of his caucus. So he's got to try to juggle the schedule in some way that doesn't put those members on the spot in a way that will hurt them. So he's the first thing he's going to do an, and surely his done is canvas. Those members find out exactly how they feel about how this this process would affect their races. And then, and then way that in terms of whether it be better have a vote before or after the election. So. It's it's. It's. It's it's tricky but he is nothing if not clever about things like this this is he he? Very early on in his career, he ran for office from a district where he hadn't been resident in residence long enough and he vowed after that, he would never again ignore the rules, and since then he's become kind of a master of the rules, the more arcane the better. And he just he loves talking to the parliamentarian in the Senate and figuring out sort of the the most devious ways to get what he wants. The most sort of obvious pressure here. Just talking about this and I think it's pretty interesting. There's a bunch of folks who are up. In who are imperilled where it's not clear That going ahead with this would be helpful them. We have a bunch of pulling out today showing majority of people oppose it. Those numbers will probably change as they converge towards the polarization and everything else. But like Cory Gardner is down in all the polls and Colorado, he's in a state that Democrats have carried. Now a bunch and plan to carry again Martha. mcsally sally is down a to mark Kelly. You know they're on the sort of aggressor side here in terms of public opinion. It does seem like they've kind of don't care. It doesn't seem like there's a jump together mentality here in terms of getting them to come out whether it was him or not a publicly for those. Well I think. He's GonNa. Be Looking at McConnell will look at each of these races and I think you can almost imagine that he's written off. Gardner in. Colorado, and makes out the in Arizona. So he's not going to change his plan just for them unless he thinks it's going to save them and you'd probably thinks it won't save them and he's already given collins kind of buy in Maine. So it gets you down to the racist that are really going to matter in this are probably it's it's probably Tillis in North Carolina, Joni Ernst in Iowa, and Danes in in Montana, and if McConnell feels that those three or not endangered by going head, he may just gun it. You know and and try try to get I think though that in addition to just thinking about each of these races and how it affects each of the races, there's something else. He's probably got to think about, which is the overall look of this thing if if it appears to the American public that he is one set of rules for Democrats and there's another set of rules he's got for Republicans here, one Senate rules for America and another set of rules for whoever trump nominates at this point, it looks like he's reading the game it looks corrupt. It looks like a naked power, grab an and it's ugly and that could actually create a backlash I think that both he and trump have to think about. It it might really bother a lot of people in this country to think that that it's it's just too corrupt game in Washington. Yeah, I. think that's a correct reading of both where the polls are and the political risks they run and I think it's notable that McConnell has committed to vote but not win and I thought. This was also notable. He wrote this dear colleague later re basically says I don't say anything don't lock yourself into position. Let it give it give us time to work over the coming days. We're GONNA come under tremendous pressure from the press to announce how he will handle the coming nomination for those who are unsure how to answer for those inclined to oppose giving nominee a vote I urge you all to keep your powder dry Dombrowski and collins. Have not heeded that but Mitt Romney said declined today saying anything I know Pat Toomey in Pennsylvania I fully expect will support moving forward. But that that to me, it was interesting because the timing here and the sort of needle to thread is not nothing I think we'll try to do it and the odds are in their favor they will. But because of exactly what you and unseeded from the political standpoint, it's not clear that this is help for them politically in the short term. I think it may not be I. Mean I think also it's going to energize the base on both sides here for and the thing is that when it comes to the energizing the base, the base that needs more energizing really is probably on the Democratic side and you've already seen it happen I, mean look at the amount of money that act Lou raise you know practically overnight a hundred, million dollars two, hundred and sixty. Now it's one hundred and sixty million dollars. Shipping shocking about money. Shocking money an and I think the other thing that it might do is from was doing some reporting two days. I think it may really energize kids younger voters because. You know they were kind of holding their nose, a lot of them about Joe Biden it wasn't an exciting. It didn't seem you now like there was that much reason to do it. Now there's a reason that a lot of young people are GONNA see they're gonNA look they're gonNa see Roe v Wade is in the balance they're going to see a four Bul healthcare act and possibly anything to do with insurance for preexisting conditions and they're looking at the future this is going to. Their. Lives for the this is a this is a decision that has tremendous implications for everybody in the country and it's GonNa be clear and so I, you know it may turn you know help turn out. The Democrats who were young. Six three Roberts court climate. Regulation jurisprudence. A. Favorable to the kinds of solutions. That are necessary. Do you think? Ultimately McConnell himself is up and I don't think he's. He's personally a lot of trouble against say, McGrath at least the pulling now but there are also just a bunch of seats that weren't supposed to be in play that really do seem like they are. There's A Texas poll that has cornyn barely up. There's a Mississippi poll out today that has. Chrissy Hyde Smith a just a few points on Mike espey. There's the Iwa Joni Ernst race I mean it's wild how wide the sort of battlefield has gotten for him to try to hold this thing together. It's it's really volatile and and and the thing is it. What it does is it puts the Republicans on the spot about they've been doing kind of a split that's broader and broader that gotta keep the trump face and and but that's not enough for in many places to get reelected, and so they've got to do is add in. The moderates the you know suburban women particularly and got a candidate here who for a nominee for the supreme court that is truly the choice of the evangelical part of the trump ace it by very much alienate moderate women in the suburbs and in other places especially over things like abortion where sixty two percent of the people in this country saver. Abortion. As keeping it legal and don't WanNa go backwards. So it's it's. It's I think it's a it's it's a it's a it's a risky thing for some ways. You people think it's all into such a gift. Not, necessarily think that's right. Read on the situation Jane Mayer thanks as always great reporting and inside appreciate it. Great to be with you.

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Chicago White Sox lose 7-4 to Cleveland Indians

WBBM Evening News

00:28 sec | Last week

Chicago White Sox lose 7-4 to Cleveland Indians

"Bit of a slump now, in effect for the White Sox. They lost their third game in four tries tonight seven Foreign Cleveland their first loss, though, in the six games that Dane Duck it started. Didn't have an early, gave up four runs in four innings. Solomon the first two frames Sox ended up tying the game in the fifth anyway, with Eloy Jimenez chipping in a two run homer, but Carlos Santana's bottom five homer off chase Fry put the Indians up for good. They're not just a game and a half, though I had a vital Minnesota in the central socks do on that tie

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Belarus cracks down on women's protest march against authoritarian president, 200 booked

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:18 sec | Last week

Belarus cracks down on women's protest march against authoritarian president, 200 booked

"At least 200 women have been arrested in the capital city of Belarus as protests against the president of that country continue the march of 2000. Women took place in Minsk, Tadeusz Citizens repeat their calls for authoritarians President Alexander Lukashenko to resign. Protests began after the highly disputed election took place August.

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Chicago - Illinois Reports 2,529 New Coronavirus Cases, 25 Deaths

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:31 sec | Last week

Chicago - Illinois Reports 2,529 New Coronavirus Cases, 25 Deaths

"The Illinois Department of Public Health reported 2529 new cases of covert 19 and 25 more death Saturday. Illinois has registered over 2000 new cases for the third straight day and has recorded 20 or more deaths for the fourth consecutive day. 74,286 tests were conducted over the last 24 hours. The state now has 272,856 total corona virus cases. While 8436 Illinois residents have died from the virus. The positivity rate is at 3.5% gave Salgado WG

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Trump admin orders TikTok, WeChat gone from app stores on Sunday

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:32 sec | Last week

Trump admin orders TikTok, WeChat gone from app stores on Sunday

"Moving to ban new downloads of TIC Tac and we chat millions of Americans currently use those popular app. Sick talk celebrity. Cosette ran on who has over two million followers on the APP has filed a lawsuit against Trump's order, saying the move limits freedom of speech. Tic tac is really for me, at least one of the first platforms where I felt like I can really voice myself and authentically be myself without Tic tac. Some social media influencers fear their entire streams of revenue. Original creative content is being taken from them with little to no explanation.

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Can I use other people's recipes for my ebook for children?

Side Hustle School

02:50 min | Last week

Can I use other people's recipes for my ebook for children?

"Chris, Calloway from Sydney Australia. I be listening to your show right from the beginning our unemployed. I did work in between I'm unemployed. Now again, I've tried several side hustles over the years I haven't managed to monetize. Miss yet I've tried a book club and Dane Grip I, had some success. I've started a youtube channel Foodie phonics, lessons, children, and have a few thought of his. What most recently have self published an evil children. My question is am I, able to use recipes that I find on the intimate and rename them for use in book at the back so that I can use the link for readers to contact me and the floor to your response to them. Thanks for gration cheese. Hey, thank you so much for listening. Thank you for calling in and good work on continuing to try different stuff. It takes a while and then that's that's okay. I love the idea of the Youtube Channel for food phonics lessons. Let's talk about your question. So can you use other people's recipes essentially and kind of rename them a bit It's a bit of a grey area because. A lot of recipes are are very common here. So there's not a lot of difference between let's say some standard recipes. Okay. But other recipes are created by chef. And there is proprietary work that goes into that. So the best safest answer is that you would need to contact the recipes author or creator for permission to use it in this way unless it's clearly something that is in the public domain. Okay now, that said, a lot of recipes as I mentioned are pretty simple. Okay. Are Pretty simple are pretty common or just handed down over the years and such. So if you're making souffles or castle as or something that's either complicated or somewhat unique, I was trying to think like what is unique to Australia and I did some googling and I read about fairy kick which I don't know a lot about even though I have been to Australia many times and love that country but very cake because the thing Australia. So anything that is complicated or somewhat unique. Where a chef is clearly create that recipe and that is something you definitely shouldn't borrow like that belongs to them however since so many recipes are rudimentary and copied over and over for those I think you'd be okay with putting your own twist on it and renaming it as you suggest except perhaps calicut half cows magical mackin sheep's. Or. farm-to-table Foodie phonics fruit salad I'm just providing some names here feel free to borrow these. You can still these or Foodie phonics vary bread maybe it's actually very bread not very kick now that I'm thinking about this more but whatever it is very bread you call it Cudi phonics ferry bread, and perhaps tweak the recipe a little bit i. think that's okay. That's a little bit different than just wholesale. Copying recipe somewhere and putting it in your own yearbook.

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"dane" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

07:53 min | Last week

"dane" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Just something about Claire. Danes. That makes her hard not to watch and we've been watching for a long time. A teenager in the nineteen ninety, she played Angela Chase in the much loved. But short-lived television show my so called life after many film and theatre roles she starred in the much loved long running series homeland which won her a few emmy awards for outstanding lead actress homeland just wrapped up after its eighth and final season and you can't help but wonder what this actor will do next to compel us to watch her again Claire Danes Welcome to design matters. Thank you so much I'm thrilled to be here. Thank you, Claire I understand for a time you owned a hula-hoop made by artist Jean Michel Basquiat. Did you come to have that. I've. been looking forward to this question Yeah. That is true. Hot Pink with white stripes all around it. My parents owned actually still own with another couple a loft on crosby street and Basquiat was a renter I was about four years old at the time. And I do remember seeing him in the elevator and he was very charming. And some grownups really register with kids. You know they're like on the plane and I recognize that he was one of those people and yeah he eventually moved out and left a few objects hot pink hula-hoop being one of them. So you grow up in your parents artist's loft obviously in this same building with John Michel Basquiat, Yup your debt studied engineering and biology at Brown University, and then transferred to the Rhode Island School of design in the nineteen sixties where he met your mother did they were generally WanNa be designers? Yeah. So my mom was a textile designer. She studied textiles at wristy and was one for ten years might one of my first memories was watching her paint an endless series of flowers while watching or more listening to all my children. And and my dad was a photographer and he had built a darkroom in our loft. And that's what they did at the start of their their young lives They went to the bowery I after graduating from his D. and. Then eventually moved to so but yeah, and then they did other things My I have a older brother Asia seven years older, and then when I came around I, think it was time to make some more money really, and my dad was a contractor became contractor a business called overall construction good name and where the ever is degraded. Definitely he is Pun stor. And my mom ran a toddler school and Daycare Center, I saw two different names for your mom's toddler school, the Crosby street toddlers group and the crayons street toddlers tribe. So I think I should clarify for the record which was the actual may was much much easier to say and more literate of it was crosby kids. Because it. Yeah and Yeah there were six kids in the morning and six kids in the afternoon and she started that when I was about four years old, she taught one and two year olds and she ended when I became this like actor teenager person. But yeah, it was a funny way to live. Is it? You trampoline a trapeze installed over the kitchen table in his swing suspended from the living room ceiling in the apartment? Yes. That's all true. But that was all pre nursery school. Life, in the in the Danes households. The great things about a love is that you have this you know uninterrupted flat plane. Just expanse of of wood floors. So it was an ideal roller rink and guess my parents really believed in fun and then I had to share that space with other little humans, which was what was it like for you to share your home with a classroom full of toddlers in the morning and in the afternoon. You know. It was tough I've I guess, I, struggled with feelings of jealousy. For sure but I adapted and they were amusing and you know I encountered them every. So often now as fellow middle aged people and it's always a little startling, I understand that Lena Dunham was actually rejected. When she To be part of the toddlers. And my mom. My mom was amazing. She was really excellent what she did and There was a long list of people who were eager to send their kids there and and Yeah Lena when I met Lena years ago and that was like the first thing she told me was that her mother was still a little annoyed. I it was not personal I. Know that to be true I know I. Do I mean I do know a lot of nursery rhymes now? Just helpful having your own young boys? Yes that's right. I understand that you discovered the joy of dissimulation when you were three years old when not wanting to actually taken up you pretended that you were sleeping by mimicking some of your mother's twitches and body movements while she was sleeping, how did you figure out how to do that with your own body and to pretend that sort of seamlessly I think it's just a natural human impulse and instinct to to mimic to observe and to imitate I. Don't know why that's the case I'm sure it's served US evolution in evolutionary terms but look I mean kids are taking in so much I I'm just shocked by. How perceptive and sensitive might now toddler Rohan is, for example, but Cyrus was the same way. It's almost like the younger they are the more tuned in they are to every detail. I do remember that experience. It really was like I think the first time I. Stumbled upon something like acting and I. Was Delighted by the experience of it and the challenge of and it still at the root of what I do now. It seems like you are rather headstrong from the very beginning of your life and at five years old while singing and dancing on your parents bed you sell Madonna on television and suddenly realized that performing could be a job. What can be the sense that Madonna was actually working that it was her job. That was another epiphany this moment where I connected an action to a vocation. Even at that age, even at five people will ask you like, what do you WanNa be when you grow up you know I guess. I knew that was something to consider and. I don't know I just saw stars. I was just so inspired..

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Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Are Reuniting for a Fast Times at Ridgemont High Table Read

Steve Cochran

01:13 min | Last week

Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Are Reuniting for a Fast Times at Ridgemont High Table Read

"Jennifer Aniston and bread Pitt Reuniting after some delays. The fast times at Ridgemont High Virtual star studded table read is back on. It will take place this week on Thursday, a big charity event. Officially called Dane Cook presents feeling alive. Initially they had some technical difficulties, but now they have it together and it's going to feature Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, Sean Pan, Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Kimmel. John legend Ray Liotta. The twist is that even with some of the 1982 films original stars present no one knows which iconic role will go to which a Lister In this fast times at Ridgemont High Table, read an hour long event. Highlighting beloved scenes from that cult classic film, and it will support core community organized relief effort and reform Alliance in the fight against Cove. It 19 that will take place Thursday night at eight o'clock, Chicago time. Encores! Official Facebook and Tik Tak pages. Corsi. Oh, Our

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Cyber Power Index highlighting Australian Governments gaps in cyber capability

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

06:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Cyber Power Index highlighting Australian Governments gaps in cyber capability

"Like any INFO Technology Sector security has plenty of indexes flooding around or get. Indexes collided by vendors and people trying to sell things to us I thought this for Senate index was. Useful because it doesn't come from I accompany product. It say independent academic attempt to benchmark Com, sub security capability and intent from nation sites It appealed to make per couple of reasons may not have had A to do with Bill Center in the past spend a little bit of Thanh. Talking to their academics in previous roles and particularly locked the way that This report sets metrics that up designed to objectively major subsidy maturity in nations So it says what are the kind of things that we could judge the intent of a nation in the obscurity spice and one of the kind of things that we could use to objectively major capability. And it tells an interesting story in Australia Australia's categorized in the higher intent, low capability quadrant and the reason for that is because when the the objective metrics this reporter applied to the statements made by by government ministers by government departments, entities about what our intent is. Assab security spice. Where about the most ambitious nation in the world for ask security attend? But. Then when you look at what our actual capabilities against that intent on again measured in a series of objective metrics. We fold anti sixteenth in that space. So, FA May that told a pretty familiar story because this over promising on delivering stories. One that I think is familiar to a lot of. People in the Strand security sector. In the context of these trying government's actions since the twenty six, Day sub, security strategy. A lot of announcement to be my bet when you follow up way those announcements. In the years after that have been made you say less deleted then was announced to the media. Will what's on the industry? Kodak in the two thousand, sixteen strategy that was undefended at least out of the Prime Minister's office. This one is looking out at a ten years. The two thousand twenty strategy is looking at at the ten year timeframe. And proposing one point six, billion, dollar funding. Backdrop, but a lot of that is going into law enforcement and as you say might be into that capability. What's your take on the strategy itself? Overall as you say, it's it's another announcement is on the strategy whether it's not as another thing but certainly yet your thoughts on the strategy itself and where maybe else we could have been in twenty twenty from the twenty six danes strategies. Have you have you seen that the two thousand twenty strategy's building on the twenty, sixteen or? Taking a completely new direction. While the that, you can certainly say the why the two thousand twenty strategy is reaction to experience the twenty six strategy That the twenty sixteen subsequently strategy had a very large number of of objectives and Nisha announced under it. I think the government found the experience of trying to implement those very large number projected initiatives again, adopted under outcome Tambo's prime ministership around the breathing bruising exercise because the twenty twenty strategy dramatically rationalize is temptation I'm say that the broad spread of of initiatives and objectives under the strategy a kind of a toddler. Your decide that the Gospel confessed about ninety percent of the funding. Associated with these twenty twenty strategy he's allocated to security agencies So it goes into building. Capabilities with particularly the is day but also other security agencies on. Enforcement agencies like the the I pay, and that's well and good We have I think outstanding internationally recognized capabilities within is. and this is the conduct that you have to keep investing in order to. Maintain those capabilities in my time that that international ranking. Suppose big Criticism that that libraries had is one that we've been exploring for at the loss twelve months and that's really When you look at security policy to strike the problem is the ability to project those capabilities out of the silos of how defense and security agencies. To the problems in Australia Com in terms of lifting a bench, mock the baseline up security security. Brazil and Sada resilience across the Australian government trying economy You know there's a lot of examples of that. Wall is day is absolutely world standard. Saab resiliency combined entities is as at the government's own description reminding at relatively low levels. you know the is days top full became mandatory in the. Seventies ago now. had a slew of a straight national ordered office inquiry since then. when you type them all up on like twenty nine percent of Kamal entities compliant with all the top four. Seven years after theoretically became mandatory say interesting. Is Connect between very high capability. Inside Is Day lower levels of saga resilience and more broadly throughout government not to sign story that we see in the corporate sector unites now at banks and Al. Telcos, absolately will class intends to their sub security posture. But you only have to sort of take one stiff through the down. In the I six navy top fifty. And you start seeing. Very, different levels of resilience.

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West Coast has some of worst air quality in the world amid wildfires

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

West Coast has some of worst air quality in the world amid wildfires

"Is covered in a blanket of thick smoke from wildfires. Today, four of the five worst cities for air quality in the world are on the west coast of the U. S. And the Fifth is Vancouver. But Portland, Seattle L. A. And San Francisco are topping the world's list. People People here here in in L. L. A A are are being being told told to to try try to to remain remain indoors indoors all all day day if if they they can can not not to to go go outside. outside. Definitely Definitely not not to to exercise, exercise, innit? innit? It's It's like like a a thick thick fog fog everywhere, everywhere, but it's not fog. It's warm out. The smoke smell hits you the second you walk outside. That's ABC is

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Humans Have Caused the Most Dramatic Climate Change in 3 Million Years

The Science Show

11:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Humans Have Caused the Most Dramatic Climate Change in 3 Million Years

"Recently Assad with some research colleagues at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, a look at a brand new science article in which are climate model for the first time had recreated the climate on earth over the last three million years, which covers the entire geological pleistocene epoch. The Pleistocene is so important as it constitutes a point of reference for life on. Earth. Because although sure our planet has existed for four point, five, billion years it's only in the last million years. That earth has looked at least roughly in the way as we know it, the continents were roughly where they are today. The North and South Poles were covered with ice. The atmosphere had a similar chemical composition to what we have today. Planet, Earth. Our earth has only existed for three million years. All, comparisons further back in time are quite meaningless. And the manuscript I hold in my hand is not just reaching. My brain is also striking straight into my heart. A deep humility settles in when look at the graph showing the variations in mean global temperature on earth over the past three, million years it shows that we have never throughout the whole plasticine exceeded two degrees global warming compared to our pre industrial average temperature of approximately fourteen degrees. Never. This means that Earth despite all the stresses and natural shocks from fluctuations and Solar Radiation Volcanic eruptions, asteroid impacts and earthquakes has regulated itself within an incredibly narrow range minus four degrees. Celsius were in deep ice age plus two degree Celsius. We're in a warm interglacial period lasting three million years. It's absolutely incredible. Especially since we know why. It's earth's ability to self regulate the ability of the oceans to absorb and store heat the ability of the ice sheets to reflect solar radiation the ability of the forests to absorb carbon dioxide and the ability to be a safe and store greenhouse gases. The planet is a biophysical self playing piano whose music sheet stays. Within the minus four plus to scale. If that is not caused for humidity than I do not know what humidity is. And a deep concern in hundred and fifty years. In the geological blink of an eye, we risk now tearing this Planetary Symphony to shreds. Let that sink in. The global average temperature is now changing hundred and seventy times faster than over the last seven thousand years and it's doing. So in the wrong direction upwards when the current orbital forcing meaning are distance to the sun and the current low level of solar activity means that the temperature should in fact, be slowing down. You don't have to be a physicist to understand that we have a problem. Climate skeptics like to argue that historically the climate has fluctuated so much. So why shouldn't it be fluctuating now? Obviously. It fluctuates. But we are now racing towards plus three to plus four degrees warming. Sceptics like to bring up the little ice age the time when Swedish King Call The tenth Gustav Marched His army across the deep frozen great belt and the little belt in sixteen fifty eight to beat the Danes or that the vikings grew grapes in Greenland during the medieval warm period. Yes. Of course, this is true but it all occurred within the natural boundaries of minus four and plus two degrees. And it's here within this sweet spot that we must remain for our own sakes and our future? In August two, thousand, eighteen at the peak of that year's drought and fires in Sweden and Europe. We published a scientific paper where we tried to establish whether we are at risk of pushing the entire planet away from its current state of equilibrium, the Holocene epoch where we have been since the last ice age. This is fundamental. Our Planet Earth can be in three different states. It can be in a deep ice age as it was twenty thousand years ago with large is. Extending over the northern and Southern Hemisphere with over two kilometers of ice above our heads here in Sweden an ice extending as far south as Berlin. This is an equilibrium state as it is not only lower solar radiation that keeps earth in an ice age. It is also the feedbacks caused by ice. As the ice sheets grow earth gets whiter, which means that more more incoming heat from the sun is reflected back to space more ice means it gets colder which means even more is and suddenly you have a self reinforcing mechanism. This is what makes an ice age and equilibrium earth remains. They're not only because of the external forces from the sun but also thanks to these inbuilt biophysical processes in this case, the color of ice. Earth can also be in an interglacial an intermediate state, which is what we have today where was still have permanent is sites at the polls and we have glaciers on land and the biosphere with forests, grasslands, and lakes roughly as Earth as we know it. It is these two equilibrium states and only these two states that the planet has been over the last three million years that is during the entire Pleistocene. But then there is a third state when earth tips over from self cooling feedback loops to self heating feedback loops, which leads to an inevitable journey to becoming a hot tropical planet that is four, five, six, potentially seven, eight degrees warmer than today where in principle, all the ice has gone and the surface of the ocean is more than fifty meters higher than it is today and where the conditions for live is fundamentally different all over the entire planet. This is what we call hothouse earth. Or Highs Zaid hot time in German where the article when we published it drew so much attention doing this burning heat wave in the summer of twenty eighteen that highs Zaid was chosen as the word of the year in Germany. In this research, we tried for the first time to identify the global mean temperature at which we are in danger of tipping over from our current state, the Holocene interglacial, and embarking on a journey that would inevitably take us to highlight our conclusion is that we cannot exclude that the planetary threshold. The tipping point where we kickoff unstoppable processes of self amplified warming is at two degrees. Bear in mind we are today at one point one very mind were moving fast along a path that reaches one point five in potentially only twenty, thirty years and two degrees in forty fifty years. This is one I would argue of the biggest. Challenges of all to test whether we are right. Can the planet cope with or Canet not cope with higher temperatures than two degrees? But. My conclusion based on the knowledge we have today is that the planetary threshold to avoid triggering high Zaid is most likely at two degrees. Of course, it's not so that Earth will fall off a cliff at two degrees. The risk is rather that we would then pass a threshold where the shift towards hindsight would become unstoppable. In other words, we face an urgency at the timeframe whether we pushed the on button on not triggering stoppable warming is within the next few decades meaning essentially. Now, if we pressed the UNBUTTON and kick off the great planetary machinery with feedback loops causing self warming, then the full impacts may play out over three four, five, hundred years before we reach a new equilibrium state hothouse. A planet with over ten meters, sea level rise temperatures, and extreme droughts, floods, and heatwaves making large parts of earth uninhabitable a planet we do not want a planet that cannot support US humans. This requires from us that we understand two different time horizons. The short term time of commitment. When do we push the unbutton but then also the long term time horizon when we have the full impact hitting on people these are different but ethically, I would argue only the trigger moment counts, we cannot leave a damaged planet beyond repair to future generations. So to summarize the decisive moment when we press don't press the button lies within the next ten to twenty years. With consequences for all future generations a moral, bum. Are High site article concluded that degree Celsius is our ultimate planetary threshold that we need to stay away from. This article actually came out six months before our climate modeling showed that we've never exceeded two degrees throughout the whole pleistocene, the last three million years. In Two thousand nine, our planetary boundaries size showed that one point five degrees is a boundary we should not transgress because then we enter a danger zone of uncertainty. So perhaps you do understand my feeling a deep concern of humility in the face of our latest scientific findings, which really only says, one thing tipping points are real and if they're crossed, they lead to unstoppable changes, which requires a new relationship between us and our planet, and that we realize that we are facing a new ethics. What we do today will determine the future on earth for all our children and their children.

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When a new plant is actually many cuttings tied together

On The Ledge

05:09 min | 2 weeks ago

When a new plant is actually many cuttings tied together

"Board. What she calls a scandal means Mike Hans plant from baby plants dot com a company in the Netherlands which. Is Very popular for selling these very small young plants. So if you go on the website, you can see can buy an allocation Sabrina in a four centimeter diameter pot four about four and a half pounds and no wonder they are proving very popular for growers in Europe and the UK. She writes it arrived absolutely sodden looking bit limp. So I took it out of the pot to remove as much putting media as possible and reported on doing this I discovered is not actually one plump six stems tied together with an elastic band. There was some roots, but it'd a bit difficult to tell where they're coming from without separating the whole thing which I'm not keen on doing is this normal practice to Selah plant like this first of all a word about the name of this plant they own selling in this plant as Philodendron Scan Danes Mike. Cans now I think I mean I roy taxonomy as we all know is A. Bit of a minefield but. This is what I would call. Philodendron. Hetero. Mike Hans Eight trailing philodendron with these beautiful bruhns e velvety leaves, which is proper adorable unlovely. It was sold as a medium sized plant with the Drama Troupe of twelve centimeter height five centimeters. So not a tiny tiny baby plum Mrs rose to be a slightly bigger one and I contacted baby plants direct to ask about this issue. And this was their reply. We don't grow this plot ourself. So we have asked the grower, the blood is grown from cuttings they put them together with the support band to grow and make new routes. This plant is grown and sold in a pediatric nurse report that's quite a big pot for the plant. So that is why they use more cuttings to fill the pot so that. Is the deal we've got this plant sold as a medium plot, but in fact, it is a bunch of cuttings. The first thing to say about this is the practice among nurseries of packing, Paul with young plants or indeed cuttings to make it. Look more full is very, very, very widespread i. saw someone the other day with polycom Chow Doria elegance on twitter I. Think this might. Have, been in house our actually and they're wondering what to do because some of the lease looking really crispy and looking at the part you could just see there were so many young seedlings chuffed in this part together that they were just out competing one another. So the question is, is it fair to describe this plant as a medium plant when it's made up of cuttings? Well? It's a really widespread practice is very, very common I can see how lots of people new to the hobby would be very confused about this and wouldn't really understand the same happens with Swiss cheese plants, lots of baby seedlings in apart, and as a result, it looks like you've got a more mature plant that you have. Of course, with these kinds of plants you can't tell by looking at the foliage just how mature the plot is. The elastic bands interesting one again, this is certainly not unheard of come across many people who have. Taken their plots out of parts and discover that there's an elastic band in there. Is it how I want to receive a medium philodendron plant probably not I have to say I don't really want there to be an elastic band hin rather plant because although I'm probably going to spot it because I usually do look at the root ball lots of people are not going to spot that and as the reach grow on the stems grow. It's probably GONNA. Start restricting the plants growth and ideally there's cuttings shouldn't be all shoved in exactly the same spot in the pot. So that is something that concerns me. But as I, say, it's a fairly widespread practice. What would say carry is if you are unhappy with this unhappy with description and if anyone else out, there is in the same boat to go back to the supply and say, this is not acceptable. I am not happy with this because the only way that things are gonNA. Change is if supplies realize that customers are not happy with this way of doing things. So I think it's about trying to get our message across to the suppliers that they need to look. Again at the way they are packaging and putting their plants so that they will survive in the long-term because it's it's not very sustainable either to have a plot that is. Hobbled from the beginning and likely to die because it's been either shoved in apart with loads of its fellow cuttings or young plants all because it's got a band around it that could be restricting growth and causing problems in the interests of balance. I should say that I have also heard lots of good reports about baby plants, dot com, and a d like the. Way that they offer a chance for you to start off with a really spoil specimen of Aplomb, which you can then bring on as opposed to buying a really big specimen, which then might struggle a bit more auto data. Your situation

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Wisconsin Supreme Court says mailing of absentee ballots should be halted

Pacifica Evening News

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court says mailing of absentee ballots should be halted

"The conservative controlled Wisconsin Supreme Court today ordered a halt in the manly of absentee ballots until it gives the go ahead or makes any future the ballot. In the critical battleground state. The order injects confusion and Voting in Wisconsin a week before a state's deadline for absentee ballots file in less than two months before the November 3rd presidential election. Polls show a tight race in the state between President Trump and Democrat Joe Biden. Local election clerks sounded the alarm. About what But even a temporary delay in the process would mean Dane County Clerk Scott Macdonald called it potentially a huge disaster. He said. In Madison alone, there were 100,000 requests for absentee ballots on file. An election staff planned to work all weekend on mailing them out. If the court would order changes to the ballot, Dane County would have to print package sort and deliver half a million new ballots, he

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Typhoon Haishen approaches Japan packing powerful winds

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:16 sec | 3 weeks ago

Typhoon Haishen approaches Japan packing powerful winds

"Japan. It's packing winds of 112 miles an hour along with very heavy rainfall is Hai Shen is expected hit Okinawa tomorrow. This will be the second typhoon to hit Japan in as many days as Typhoon My ask hit southern Japan earlier this week. Stay up to date online all the

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Unions threaten work stoppages amid calls for racial justice

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Unions threaten work stoppages amid calls for racial justice

"For people not wearing mask in public. That's ABC is Alex pressure. Unions representing millions across several working class sectors are threatening to authorize work stoppages in support of the black lives matter Movement amid calls for concrete measures that address racial injustice. In a public statement. Labor leaders who represent teachers, auto workers, truck drivers and clerical staff, among others, signaled a willingness to escalate protest tactics to force local and federal lawmakers to take action on policing reform and systemic racism. The unions say they're following the lead of professional athletes who last week

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An 8-year-old from Niles, Chicago is recovering from rare but severe illness linked to COVID-19

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:43 sec | Last month

An 8-year-old from Niles, Chicago is recovering from rare but severe illness linked to COVID-19

"Family and suburban Niles is sharing their experience with what doctors now believe was a rare but severe illness link to the Corona virus. Eight year old Kendrick more started getting sick back in late March and was rushed to the hospital. Samantha Gear said her son never had breathing issues, but his body went into overdrive. But every organ shutdown, his liver took ahead. His kidneys took ahead. His pancreas landed up 12 days at you. At general. Doctors now believe he was experiencing a rare severe illness called multi System, Inflammatory syndrome and Children. It usually appears 2 to 4 weeks after the onset of covert 19. Kendrick is now feeling much better, but we'll need to see specialist for years to come and does have some lingering effects.

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Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

Casefile True Crime

05:02 min | Last month

Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

"Cousins just center rose and Melissa Smith had been inseparable since childhood the two goals but just one year apart in age and grew up close to one another in the small town of book located in Central Northern New South Wales. Just Cinta who was the younger of the two was better known by her nickname of Cindy. Shea was born on October twenty, three, nineteen, seventy two and was the youngest of seven children with four brothers and two sisters. Cindy lived with her mother Yona don't Smith and her siblings in a house on the east side of town. She was often looked after her brother Loyd who was seven years her senior. Mona Lisa's family resided on an aboriginal reserve. Now, the L. Said Woods village, which was like I did about two and a half kilometers west of Burke. Known by locals as the reserve the yellow said Woods village consisted of twenty cottages which were run down and overcrowded. It was entirely populated by indigenous Australians from two families, the Edwards and the smiths. Siblings cousins, and other extended family members lived side by side and the close community provided a sense of safety and belonging to its residence. Nine. Lisa was born on November twenty, nine, Nineteen seventy-one to parents June Smith, and dougie shillings worth. On the nausea was born have father had walked to Burke Hospital to visit June and their newborn singing. Nat King. Cole's Song of Mine Ole saw the entire. This led the couple to name their baby goal after the famous song. They also had another daughter Fiona and four sons. Dougie held big dreams for all of these children hoping that they would have good jobs and delayed successful lives. The close knit family spent their evenings together, dancing and singing. But when Mona Lisa was just six years awed Dougy Center, a heart attack and Pasta way. Cindy and Moaner attended primary school together before enrolling at the same high. School. They were both happy go lucky popula conned and dwell locked. Cindy was the nurturing top taking on babysitting Judy's and caring for her younger cousins when needed. Minor roles. So babysat her cousins and was sporty playing regularly Internet Bolton. When Cindy was in her early teens she left high school and Moan followed suit at the end of nineteen ninety seven when she was sixteen years old. Cindy. who was now fifth Dane often travelled the short distance to the reserve to spend time with no nine her family. The two goals occasionally got up to mischief together, but they will well behaved and widely regarded as good kids. Because there wasn't a lot to do in Burke, which was a remote ap Bac town, they would spend their time hanging out with friends visiting pox and swimming and fishing at the nearby darling. River. On Saturday December five, nine, hundred, ninety, seven, Cindy. Dimona spent the day together and accompanied one of their aunties to a nearby park. By the time evening fell. The two of them had decided to go into town. Burke was a small town with a population of just three, thousand, four, hundred paypal. It was originally home to the Nimba people, but when Watt settlers arrived in the area during the mid eighteen hundreds as traditional landholders would dispossessed. Lock old indigenous people across. Australia. The Nimba paypal battled loss of land and culture were hit hod by European disease and experienced conflict with colonists. By the late nineteen, th century, their population had dwindled. While some continued to live a traditional lifestyle in the region surrounding book others found employment on nearby. CADDO stations.

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NASA Announces Plans To Launch Chimpanzee Into Sun

The Topical

03:39 min | Last month

NASA Announces Plans To Launch Chimpanzee Into Sun

"NASA is once again looking to further our knowledge of the universe and the effects. It has on life here on earth, which is exactly why the Space Agency is announced. It is now planning to launch a chimpanzee into the sun within the next ten years. The science world is calling the efforts a crucial step forward in solar exploration and better understanding how species react to being deposited into the sons twenty seven million. Degree plasma core for more on this monumental mission were joined by Opie our science reporter Rebecca Neal. Hi. Leslie Rebecca. How does NASA plan on pulling this off? Well, I, spoke with Nastas lead on the mission Tom Danes and he told me that chimpanzee will be put in a capsule that will contain several sophisticated instruments that would monitor how the animal reacts as it plunges into a burning ball of gas eight, hundred sixty. Five thousand miles in diameter. Here's Danes with some more details. The heat sensors to the chimpanzees body will provide us with real time data about what he's experiencing is he's in by the Sun's gravity as a close biological relative to our species. We believe his skin will react similarly to the sons extreme heat and aggressive UV radiation, and hypothetically his body will disintegrate at a similar rate to human beans right and if. The mission is successful. Hopefully, what we learned from this mission will pave the way for sending human astronauts into the sun on a regular basis. So is the idea here that there could maybe one day be a permanent colony on the sun for humans to get launch to in evaporate and a hellish fire on a regular basis well, Dan said that is a long term goal, but I they need to monitor how the. Chimpanzee handles the sons, ten thousand degrees, surface right patients whose key. Now, this is a bold mission but not the first of its kind correct. That's right a mission like this has happened before but on a smaller scale, for example, on NASA's first attempt to land on the moon with Apollo Eleven, the agency strapped and unprotected duck to the side of the space shuttle the duck perished immediately upon takeoff which helped NASA. Stand the benefits of being inside the capsule as opposed to outside of it. When shooting towards space, they've also experimented with abandoning several elephants on Mars and sending a capsule full of turtles deep into the void of space to be consumed by a black hole. These have all been instrumental to the revolutionary undertaking NASA announced today definitely what are the chances of something going wrong? Well, space travel is inherently dangerous as many Americans. Still, remember several horses never even made it into orbit aboard the space shuttle Challenger but Danes told me that they plan on testing their launch model thousands of times to ensure that the chimpanzee reaches the Sun's core safely before anything goes wrong on its way there there's no have any idea who will be manning this mission to the SUN NASA is keeping its potential chimpanzee roster under wraps right now but sources tell. Me The leading candidate is a seven-year-old chimpanzee named Bobo currently taking up residence at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. NASA

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Immigrant pride in Britain

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

04:54 min | 2 months ago

Immigrant pride in Britain

"Trevor Phillips talked about a sense of mission creep in diversity and heroin Hera Dane distinguished between power and influence, arguing that the trump and Johnson were in power. Many of our institutions were influencing against him. Scroll back after this episode to hear the first part of this twin podcast on Johnny Gould's Jewish state. Today Catherine, verbal on the unifying goal of Britishness for those of US lucky to live here and Nyah philomen Iman on how humanity and its possibilities should always be counted about identity. Listen for those who are willing to listen. This is Johnny. Gold's Jewish state of Richard Kim joked with me. The Jews actually more patriotic than the general population. I mean most Jews. I've met in this country. Patriotic, the most non rights hunter, yes, and if you you just you just take for example in a synagogue on Friday A. Press for the Queen and their press listeners now. Donna very much doubt you'll find those in the church. Of England and multi million selling record producer Trevor Horn quoted Leviticus Jewish faith, it says seek the Fortune on. Successive the city to which you have. No I think that's I think that's the way. That's what they do. Jews try and make things better that. The country and and they you know the gross like you separate religion. You need them to help with an. Amazing Resource. You know scroll back for these two amazing views earlier. You'll have expressed today which chimed from within Jewish family. Catherine Bob I'll saying came to prominence ten years ago. When at that is conservative? Party conference speaking support the Party's education policies. She slated a culture of excuses of low standards are see bureaucracy and the chaos of classrooms because it keeps poor children poor. After huge rows and barriers put up in front of her. As she confronted a prevailing culture, she sets up the Michaela Secondary, school in Wembley. Her pupils read five. Shakespeare plays in three years that told a culture of kindness which includes helping each other and their families and offering adults there seats on buses in the tube. She also has an incisive word about how black a nation kids are subtly told, then, not British. Do you feel you've had to prove yourself more than most because of your philosophies on education? Yes we take a slightly different way of doing things. God behavior got teaching methods got the ethos, and so it's been a bit of A. Bite to persuade people that this is an option that's worth trying may now with our outstanding off stead, and with our grizold Jesus last year. It seems pretty obvious that this is a a valid way of doing things. But when we started, it was far from being valid. People thought we were a bit crazy frankly to to be doing what we were doing. There is a prevailing wind in education. Still blows against you, Catherine sued. You still are people. They're trying to trip you up all the time. If there are any sort of dropping of standards, I know, that will be disciplined, standards are central to your ethos, but but there's a lot of people not on your side. Yeah, that's true although I have to say many of them have owned by the wayside over the years and not I do feel in a way. Many of them have just given up because we kept on going and it is hard to. To argue against the school that is giving city children chances that they wouldn't otherwise have had. That's teaching them so well. They're you know they really are just defying all the expectations, and also we get over six hundred businesses every year. Mainly Teachers Knoll is teachers. Say My goodness. They're so well behaved. They're so curious there so independently minded. They're so nice, you know. The children are just nice, so when when you got anecdotal evidence like that and you've also got kind of data that shows that we're doing very well. It is hard to argue against it so. People who do argue against it tends to just be. Personal attacks. You know they just don't like me or they don't like. Is They? Don't like school. Stands for an tend to say things like all. No, not at school again. They don't really have any off because there are no arguments, so they dislike as without. Prejudice basically

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"dane" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:54 min | 4 months ago

"dane" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"What's interesting about it and I'm going to back up to the very beginning of our conversation Dane the the pace and the tone and the and the the not the presentation as that's not not what I mean by. The delivery of this versus the second half of this interview, which was the business side of things where we talk out about mindset, but actually actually about practical application of what you're what you shared in the first part Yester- your tone your pace. Everything like you sped up from from from. Let's say a twenty five mile an hour zone to literally you're. You're on the Autobahn going as fast as you can. It is so amazing to me. The differences between the two and yet there's so much overlap between how you got to stage two second part of the interview versus Stage one. You need the stage one in order to get yourself there because I think a lot of it has to do with that internal. Speech that stuff that goes on between you re. Yeah, we must. We must have literate. Jackson's the serving others. We must look at an in my opinion. I don't think everyone's going. Agree with this. But like obliterate my objections to serve others because right now, because based on how we were trained in how we're conditioned to think it's become an expert exchange at expertise for money. That's what's taught for hundreds and hundreds of years at me, the even in the biology of deities beliefs that we become experts in exchange expertise for money. That's not how money works money that that it does work there, but how wealth really works, people pay money for results. They don't pay money for experts. They're it's not about the experts about the result. So you know I do the Yoga teacher and he's like, but how do I sell something without talking about the mechanism and is like well. If you look at the mosque, he says customers humanity. The result is we're going to Mars or figure out the mechanism. Is Mild so wild shifted thinking..

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"dane" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

11:15 min | 4 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

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Fair harbor makes products for you to enjoy the places you love while protecting those places at the same time twenty percent off everyone listening right now. Head over to fair. Harbor CLOTHING DOT COM. Use The code inside twenty for twenty percent off. That's inside twenty for twenty percent off and say goodbye to Mesh lining forever go visit Fair Harbor Clothing Dot Com. Come on I listen. This has been awesome by the way the tour had to stop momentarily right. I was filming my special in July back in Boston. Yeah the next special but like anything you know. We're all on pause so you can't be upset at it even though you are But it'll pick up as soon as we're allowed to. So how many shows had he had you done before? This can't stopped in March right. I did all nineteen in the second. Half of eighteen was all like on the road stuff to prepare for the special. So fortunately I got my couple of touring years there to be able to take time now to read a book in in focus on. I'm shooting a series too TV series that I'm also writing and producing an star in so finish that out. Finish the book in the end as soon as they say. I can it back into Boston. And fullness special than me and my crew. We're going to be back there. Are you ready to film it tomorrow or would you need a week to kind of get the juices going? Do A COUPLE OF CLUBS APPEARANCES. Get it going and then go you know. It's like a watched your interview with Swertz in and it was like in that interview. I was it anyway. I don't want to go down the rabbit hole there but the whole the whole idea of stepping away from the stage for even a short amount of time when you're focused on filming it every day that goes by feels like a month that you've been away so a month off stage at this point feels like. I'm just starting over I. I know it'll be a write once. I get into a groove by. Yeah I definitely am GonNa need a little bit of time to reignite certain ideas and just get passionate about certain pieces of material again but if nothing else it's like I've just been working on a Coveted chunk so I can at least talk about how I've been feeling what I'm seeing during this time. This is A. We're GONNA wrap this up with some questions as Shit Talk Rosenbaum and patrons of mine who are supporting the podcast and these are easy. Nico P thick crust or thin. I'm a thin guy. I like the Pan kind of cross but I'm not like a Chicago Pizza. Kinda Guy I don't like it to be like a fucking lasagna. Earning me yeah. I like extra sauce that much extra always go extra tomato sauce bob favorite decade and why eighties so much. Great Music Man. How man what's you come? He didn't ask this but I WANNA know who go to a two or three bands. I always bring up some guns and roses Anything from appetite for destruction. Let's see I WANNA POP LOTTA PASTA. But like one hit wonder. Shit your enemy. I just died in your mom's tonight. That one's good yeah. Of course you go toto. I think we are talking about Africa. Oh Yeah Yeah. They didn't have. They weren't one hit wonders. Total had some good shifts. I love Chicago so little durant Iran. Anything anything eighties. I listen to eighty eight pretty much non stop in my house. You know if I wasn't an actor whatever I can still do it. I'd love to be a DJ as his Rosenbaum's eighties. On Sunday night. Eighty S. We got a request from Dane. Cook off the line. This one's from the appetite for destruction album. It saw you know I'd love to do that. Jennifer here's a conjugal goo too shy shy Jennifer N. What is your favorite holiday favorite holiday? I didn't even look at that question. Jennifer Yeah Holy No. Is that like this holidays. Never acknowledged that I don't like I don't like Easter. I don't it's Gopala Wayne. Thanks giving because of the big dinner. Oh Yeah I like Thanksgiving Jelly such a pioneer celebrities. Making good use of social media can to connect with fans looking back. Are you glad you did? And do you think that you had a lasting impact on using social media to build a fan base definitely? Glad I did. I felt like I was there during the the initial enthusiasm of what it was to be able to do this and have a direct connection with With Your Fan Base so nothing by pride in that whole Europe that I put into connecting with people virtually. Emily ask which is easier for you. Stand up reacting movie easier. I mean every. It's like with acting especially comedy. It's such a collaboration in. If you're not following it like this it's not funny. It doesn't matter how funny I am. If you and I are in it together it's going to suck. And then if you're editor also is a person who doesn't really jive with comedy. It doesn't matter what you did on the satellite later. You're going to be like what the fuck. What is that news? You have crawl. When you're doing stand up is what you're saying you'll control you. Stand up his like at least that direct like I said vessel to the initial idea getting the last so stand up his easier even though it's Awkward Shawn W. What was your experience like in Hawaii? Five O would you like to take on a more serious type role like that one in Hawaii five o? I did it because they initially offered me the role of Danna and I said no I turned it down because I did not want the island fever of living in Hawaii so one of the few things that I openly say I I I got a direct offer I said No. And then they called me and said Fans will you do something else again? Kind of a baby bad guy. I'll be brother so we did. Andrew See scariest moment of any standups that you've ever done. Was there a moment? Where you're like something happens you're bio mandated on Letterman? My second appearance. I had one hundred and two or three degree temperature. I was dealing with like the worst flu. I went on TV that night. I remember my mom calling me later when I was like. I almost fainted. And she's like I know you're gray. She's like you look fucking gray. You look like Zenith Television. You were so great and if you look at the center I come out and the adrenaline went up as I was already feeling terrible. And you seaney walk up to the Mike Stand in. Just grab it and then just fucking like hold it because the whole world starts closing in on and then thankfully one breath awry have trying to like be like to a high guys. Hello Hi in. That thing opened up and I was getting that ever happened. Even with big com- comedians or any COMEDIANS. Go out and they pass out a faint. A couple people like dying on stage even over the years over strassler musicians dying and I've heard of a couple of comedians. That made somebody laugh so hard that somebody died during the show and they thought they were fooling around but I can't think of a comedian. That's ever like a yeah. I can't think of off the top but I do know there's been some weird shit that's happening crowds during shows Sophia. What lasts one. What three words do you want as your epitaph on your grave to remember you? Oh God To remember me three words on my grave to my word you want no first. I all I'm GONNA get cremated. Don't like this idea fucking parade on a whiteboard. Somebody just writes some shit rates. I'll be back. Jane Cook Lived Dane. Cook Inc was ten. Cook was his way Dane his way next time in. I hope there is a next time. I'd love to be on your show as always like I feel like if we can have a very transparent moment. I feel like we're building a friendship through your program program. We'll text a little bit here and there but I truly feel like this is a unique kind of a bond that we have growing through this format. Yes one hundred percent. I'm telling you after that first meeting with you. It doesn't happen often but I'm like I WANNA hang with that guy. I like him. He's genuine. I only did not. What's the word opportunistic way? I say that word because I think I would be better because of you feel like you're a good person. I feel like I learned from you. I feel like we were. I think there's an honesty I think that's where we're trying to be honest and real as much as we can. I feel the same about you. I say that not only through these conversations but having now become a fan of a watch your show in this. I hope you take this as a complement our show because sometimes I trust in you that I might like that other person that I'm not really sure if I'm interested in their journey so I find that like by hooking up with your podcast. I'm watching and enjoying people that I probably like myself in. You mentioned with other people. I'm going Oh wow. I didn't realize that that person I like that. So the goal. I appreciate that with your with your well. Did I mean you said I mean look at doing podcast? As hard as a mother has a podcast and I hope people like I just want them to learn something. I want somebody to open up if they want to. I'm open I'm dysfunctional. Have all these things so when you open up? And that's that's what it's about and hopefully that say just because you know when we get one hundred thousand people watch certain interview because you.

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"dane" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

09:09 min | 4 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Inside of you with Michael. Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience. You could hear him good now. Though can't you I can hear you so fucking good man. God dammit you sound good. Thanks man is. It's been a crazy day. I know this is not about me. This is about you this is an well had Bo talks. A lot of Bo talks not on my face on my neck. So this doctor thought because all my surgeries and I have a lot of tightness and stuff. Let's try some bow talks. We did one hundred units. Trying Gimme some relief. And so I got a whole bunch of injections and he says it will take a few days. So have you ever gotten any kind of Bo toxin muscles or any tightness? The only place I've ever done Bo talks because I have a friend. Who's a dermatologist? Is My armpits. I heard that stop sweat. A lot of my friends did that. Yeah I mean it was like I was touring so much and I found that. I'm only a person that except for a little bit of a a glisten I was getting I was getting the sweat pits and my buddy was like I could. I could injectable I. He's kidding he's like six little injunctions swept for like six months in a Mike. Oh great until you realize. We'll get a Komo somewhere else. So it's like suddenly you're fucking size or just seeing. Is that true? I didn't sweat of my pits for like six months. Amazing but I did. I did notice other. Parts of my body seemed very moist. Would you exchange armpits sweat for Thi- sweat? I'll take the FI- sweat any day over the armpit sweat. It'd be you know what it is in. This is gonNA sound really fucking weird but I'm a weird dude about little things the aesthetic of two uneven pit stains is what bothers me more than the sweating or anything else Richard. Pryor when he did live on sunset strip that silk shirt goes through so many different. It looks like an atlas that's been updated year after year with like landmass. It's in it's fucking drove me crazy as a kid. I was like I don't like things not being little things not being aesthetic like sweat pit if I could swear at the exact same circumference at the same time to reach pit. I'd be okay with what's that word. Symmetrical Metro's a word that could be used to describe the symmetrical. You got even amounts of sweat on the left Pitt. Right pit Brad Pitt. You're doing well there. I have a question I see me but all I see is like this. Much of your. Oh Shit yeah hold onto. I love that. You've got the jerk poster there you know what it is and then. I'm going to move this. Got In your. It has your favorite of all time. I'll hang on hang on. I sent this to him and I was like look at this picture. That got view. Ero- back he's like. Oh Yeah I remember that. He's serious. Oh yeah all right. Hold on let me sit down so much work you you said something you're like. Oh my God Steve Martin. You've got this pitcher Steve. Martin you're looking at my jerk poster and then you said Yeah I text him or you email. You have Steve Martin's information I do Steve. Martin sent me this rate book. Which is if you haven't read. It is well. It's flipped but born standing up and When that came out I had the opportunity to have lunch with him to talk all things comedy but I had met him previously very briefly. I was at the Comic Strip in New York. This is like two thousand four and Lorne Michaels had come to watch dealer said and I get into the club and I don't see Lauren entered. See Anybody Pat. Crowd ago on stage came off the stage. My Buddy Matt Frost. Who was my booker? Then and still I work with now. He's like do you know who's here and I'm like yeah. Lorne michaels came down. He told me he was coming. He goes he brought Steve Fucking Martin so to meet Steve. I got great pictures. Have shower them briefly about comedy and then he went on his way in some years later when he wrote the book. I got a copy. Just got a copy of it. Through publicist in said can I meet him? In the next day I had lunch with them and this was at the height of your career will by height of my career mean today. Well yes because well. We'll talk about that because there's a lotta great schickel until all this shit happens but no I know you're joking. I know it's a joke joke right but it was. It was a white hot moment. And of course Steve had written something really cool on the book which was like pertaining to the fact that that you know that this book was something that I think he. I think he wrote something. Like another one erode. Dearden read this in just substitute your name for Mine Steve. Martin wow and so two lunch the next day with the guy that ultimately you know pre dice having his explosive moment. I was finally sitting with the Iota for me to be able to talk shock. I'm hoping that this was no. This wasn't this wasn't post Bo. Talk shots for sweat from your friend. This is pre some guessing. You're probably sweating like you. Don't get nervous. You told me this in the last interview I don't normally get nervous but I do get trepidation and I was definitely feeling that before. I went in also knowing that. He's he's a. He's a bit more like a introvert introvert leading into it knowing. I go into introvert mode. And if he's there than like what the fuck is going to be. It's going to be just like very zen But it was great. It turned out to be a really eye opening launch. How long our like an hour and a half and it was comfortable. You feel comfortable after a while. I like this guy likes me or you concerned about him liking you because that's what I would be doing. I'd be sitting going. Just want this person to like me. I was I I mean. I was obviously hoping that based on the things that he was that he received from my stand and then just some of the Nice elements of the conversation that yes in my head I was like. I wonder if I'm going to have a friendship. With with Steve Martin will I be will I be incommunicado with him on a regular basis after this but more than anything just knowing how the industry is in how we all cross paths even friendship? Sometimes you don't see each other for years. Yeah I was just GonNa take full advantage of the hour or whatever I was on the clock Steve Martin because that could be your only time you think about it. That's how I think you know I've talked about this but when you're on set with somebody you admire and it's the end of the shoot or whatever or you. You need somebody random to me. I'm like this is probably not gonNa need this person going on. I just say something that I mean. Why don't I get a picture? Get a lot of people. Aren't that way a lot. Most people most actors. I've talked to like no. I don't need a picture with somebody. I don't need this. I if I like the person Myers someone I want because I always. My career is over it now today. It's going to be over today and I want say. Hey Steve Martin right right well. It's like it's also that thing of someday I want WanNa be able to show my kids. We all your buddies going in different directions. You may never see work with these people again so you wanna be able to say. Hey Look I know that. I'm probably a you know a nerd or lame to you but I've worked with some iconic people so why not go for the overall picture I say do you notice. Are you very hyper aware when you're walking in with some of that caliber and by the way you're you're like in your element you're like they people know who you are at this time? It's like it's not like Steve. Martin is walking in with Michael Rosenbaum. It's Steve Martin's walking him. Dan Cook Right. The people that were already in the restaurant like some of the reactions were straight out of like a badly scripted. Movie where one guy was like cookies with Steve Martin like I heard him say that he with Steve Martin Rate Turned Guy. I was like I'm I can't fucking believe it. Either and he just like that guy. Last Steve Martin's with Dane Cook Very subdued by for Sat. Down like he was he was He was so like laid back or chill to the point where I had to go into what I call like. Meet and greet mode. Which is you know when a meeting fans and I'm feeling Kinda shy I have to become like a somewhat of a talk show host for media. I found myself probably coming in a little hot by being very very nice to see you. Mr Steve Martin. I can say I'm familiar with your work like something just to see in. My my sneakers formed two fists. You know Detroit hold onto my tension normally see nervous with you now than by feed have rolled up under. It's just kind of a huff as I'm hoping that he doesn't go. I'm fucking out of here. Fuck Fuck you docks De. He.

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"dane" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:03 min | 4 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Talk to myself a little more but the more creative and the more I do things and talk to people and take walks and play with my dogs. I just feel happier. Stay away from caffeine late in the afternoon. That's going to kill me in the ALTRO. We'll talk about my patrons I am on on the Patron Patria on. I think I have the best Patriot in the world inside a you podcast patron. It's such an amazing community and put it this way. There's a bunch of tears and I don't. I started do something that's not even on there. Which is these live Youtube for just my patriots and we just jam they they send play the song and I'll just try to play different songs and we'll talk and It's fun I really. I'd say oh you're doing it for them now they don't do it for me and another thing on the side. It's completely different project completely different because obviously inside you podcast. This podcast and these guys were supporters of the podcast. And it's sort of this whole community but John Heenan. I've always wanted to do a project with horror movies because we always watch them every week so John Heater Napoleon dynamite blades glory. He and I have a an exclusive patriot. And it's called. Where have all the good horror movies gone and It's pretty neat and we just started that so I hope you'll You know you can look at that. And also my favorite charities Ronald McDonald House of Los Angeles. Tom Welling Kristin crooked. Did the amazed dot com slash reunion could re raises money. And you could win a virtual interview with me and Tom and Kristen. And it's fantastic amazed dot com slash reunion. What else food on foot dot org one of my favorites? They've been raising a lot of money and let me tell you something. Thank you because my friend Danson rob called me and said did a lot of your people listening to your podcast of in donating. I'm home. Coach is just it's too much. It's honestly the have the best fans in the world. I don't care what anybody else says. I'm I mean. These are loyal son of a gun right here and I'm going to name him some of them at the end but All my patrons are bad ass Great guests he's back but now you get to see him. Lots of talk about an always love talking to this guy become buds. Just a great guy a positive guy a standup guy. Someone who will tell you how it is and We get into it and it was just as easy the second time. Sometimes you think there's nothing to talk about whether it's way more to talk about talk about a guy going on tour and Jump starting that career. He's he's a force to be reckoned with. You learn a lot just from like the confidence and the the way he thinks. I think that helps. It helped me sort of understand myself. Better understand all of us a little better and I liked that. He likes the PODCAST. I gotTa tell you. I wish I could play. He left me a memo. We didn't even really know each other. Well let's left me a memo what he thought about the podcast and a lot to me. It really Really did all right. Guys let's Let's get in Dane Cook. It's my pawn..

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"dane" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

10:37 min | 5 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"And if you WANNA show your appreciation during military appreciation month show it with any kind of social media posts tweet posts. Captions that you put out there. Use Hashtag Mission Military Thinks Navy. Federal is federally insured by. Ncua back talking with with Dane Maxwell in do WANNA mention your book. Hey we need to make sure we start. We talk about your book for this over with. Start from zero. But we'll get to it but Dana was in the break. We were talking early on in the interview. You mentioned something about you. Have a hard time. Accepting happiness and drawn another military parallel talks a good Marine Corps buddies. You know we're in our fifties now we're up L. Continent ten thousand.

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"dane" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

12:29 min | 5 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Dane head you on the show It's been a couple of years now just a little over two years ago You coming out with a books Start from zero one of the things I was. I wanted to point out to the audiences. you've created in your T.'s. You've created over fifteen millionaires in the last several years and relax parallel to military leadership. You WanNa things about military leadership which is in the military's really the the best leadership training ground. That's out there. And when the testaments of a great leader not only is how could have leader they. They are but how many leaders that they have produced and I if you draw a parallel to entrepreneurship obviously true testament to success.

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"dane" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Our guest is Dane Maxwell and he's just published one the best books that I've ever read when it comes to starting a business it is called start from zero and frankly it's unlike any of the book that I've ever read for business owners. Why because he tackles the most important part about entrepreneurship that most books miss and that is mindset. I'm not talking about the basic thing positive and write down your goal stuff. I'm talking about a full-blown dissection of your inner dialogue and subconscious. It's about identifying the personal beliefs and stories. You've adopted about life yourself and what you deserve. Or maybe don't deserve. These stories are ultimately. What are going to determine your success. The difference between people who struggle and those who just seem to make everything work. Well this is one of the few books that I have found myself highlighting page after page and years now in today's interview we're going to get into the practical side of starting a business from scratch which is equally valuable the questions in the framework that he's going to walk you through our things that I've heard previously in the past but it's just the super important foundational pieces of the puzzle that never expire. They never go out of date and that are always unbelievably valuable. When it comes to launching a new product or launching an entirely new business the with that being said I would highly recommend the order copy of start from zero because we didn't even get a chance to dive into the deep inner work portion of the book that I found so fascinating again. This is going to be an incredibly valuable interview but make sure you grab a copy of that book because that is where the real neat is going to be found so with that being said please help me. Welcome Dane Maxwell Dane Maxwell. Welcome to the PODCAST. My friend. Thank you Ma'am thank you. Yeah absolutely so. You've got a fantastic topic that we're going to be discussing today. You just launched a brand new book called start from zero how to build your own business and experienced true freedom. Obviously this is an extremely important topic right now so glad you could come on the show and share your methodology with us but before we dive into that. Tell us a little bit about your story and your background as an entrepreneur. Zero is a humbling place. Start from yes. That's that's where it is. I started close to it. I bought a website. I found that while I read Rich Dad Poor Dad and then within within about a year I found that I make whatever amount of money that I have in my mind about twelve months from that time periods. Whatever I'm thinking. Twelve months later seems to happen so I read Rich Dad. Poor Dad as guy declared passive income. Yes acid pretty naive but then site point dot com was a huge website back. I don't know how big it is now. But it was in the top hundred. I remember that remember site point. Yeah as a cool site in and it was in the top one hundred on Alexa scrolling. The forms on the left hand side. I saw this thing said re-sized pictures dot com six hundred unique visitors per month or three hundred unique visitors per day or something in six hundred dollars and I was like you could buy establish websites with traffic. What so I couldn't afford it but I used opium if you will other people's money for those that I haven't heard it and we bought that site a.

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"dane" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"Go there you click on it. Open up quick. Pdf and you can skim it and see if you like the extra. If you like that than do please pick up the book but no need to buy till it and but but thank you for telling him to buy through. I think the privacy is yeah. Yeah well and then the other thing you can do is check out the podcast start from zero and yes lettuce on soda. That and 'cause you're you're coaching a lot of different kinds of people and it's interesting. You really show that what you're saying is true about listening because you really listen to those was people that are on the show and then you come up with some pretty profound things for them to think about good. Yeah it's fun. Yeah. It's great. Well Dana it's been awesome talking to you. Thank you so much for jumping on the call and coming on mindfulness mode. I really appreciate it any parting words. Thanks for what you do. Great podcasts. You go you're welcome. You're welcome Dane all the best. Thanks bye now. Thanks for listening to the interview today. Mindful tribe don't forget to share and just let your friends and relatives know about this podcast. So they can get in on it. Too and yeah. Hey that that thing. I mentioned at the top of the show a meditation featuring the sound of light waves and water and and I'm working you through a sequence of helping you be become more content in this time of discontent so enjoy this meditation at mindfulness mode dot com slash waves of content. See next time..

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"dane" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

10:43 min | 7 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Fresh Air

"A little bit kind of loathed to admit this a little ashamed to admit this but my focus was always on making sure that I I wasn't putting the production at any risk more than myself or my baby. She's kind of insane but You Know I. I ran six miles every morning pregnant and then did you know a thirteen hour. Day was nuts and then with Rohan five years later I was filming in the first and second semester was Cyrus had been the second and third so so then. The challenge was just being exhaust. All the time and nauseous and I kept falling asleep in between takes. But I couldn't tell anybody why and my Dresser who's really lovely woman and she had crocheted bag for me and I fell asleep on this crocheted bag and I. It looked like I had third degree burns and they had to like they. Put an like a hairdryer to it. We had to wait for about twenty minutes. You know before we could film and I just thought. Oh my God do they think I have a substance abuse issue or you know I. I was really paranoid about that but I was just so exhausted and I just wanted to scream. I'm pregnant you know till yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah I was just. I was superstitious about it. Even at that point But it was the kind of confusing. What's the more feminist thing to do to pretend like? I'm pregnant but I could do anything or say like I'm pregnant. And that needs to be respected much more feminine. Say I'M PREGNANT. And that needs to be respected and. I didn't have that in me at that point now. I do now that you're not pregnant. Yeah this was pre me to you know. Oh true right So you've shot the last episode What was it like to come to the end? I still feel like I'm coming to you. Know it's it's been ten years of my life. It's been eight seasons but it's been ten years and it's been formative ten years you know. I started the show as a barely married person. And I'm leaving the show as a mother of two at the last really meaningful scene I had was with. Mandy was of course a very dramatic one and I I definitely fell apart emotionally and I just remember mom getting getting talking about but just remember sort of clinging to him You know it's it's very profound what you share it. The trust that you build over that length of time and we shot the show all over the planet. I mean really and in Israel and Morocco and South Africa in Berlin It was kind of epic are really look forward to seeing how the series ends Metoo I haven't seen all the episodes. So D- what I'm excited to share. I will I tend to watch it with everybody else. I don't even know why exactly I have the means of getting a hold of the episodes. I would imagine you do. I kind of like tuning in with everybody else clear. This has been great. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. It's such a treat and an honor to talk to you. I just love you claire. Danes Stars in the Showtime Series Homeland. Which is in its eighth and final season after we take a short break. Justin Changle review the new film. Adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Emma. This is fresh air. The indicator is a little show. The tells big stories about the economy in just ten minutes. We tackle important topics like unemployment housing market and how Justin Bieber saved the Icelandic economy that happened. Npr's indicator from planet money listen now support for NPR. Also comes from whyy presenting the podcast. Eleanor amplified an adventure series. Kids love here reporter. Eleanor Atwood crafty villains and solve mysteries as she travels globe to get the big story available. Where you get podcasts. Or AT WHYY. Dot Org. There've been many film TV and theatre adaptations of Jane austen's novel Emma including the Nineteen ninety-six. Movie starring Gwyneth Paltrow. And of course clueless Amy Heckling. American teen remake with Alicia Silverstone. Film critic Justin. Chang says the new film version starring Anya Taylor. Joy is a straightforward but satisfying retailing of a literary classic. The latest adaptation of Jane. Austen's Emma is as handsome clever enrich as its famous heroin and I mean rich in the caloric sense as well. I wanted to snack on. Every PASTEL hued surface of cave. Quinn's production design which suggests nothing less than a frosted cupcake come to life a feast of Lace Bonnets and high callers gilded frames and glass chandeliers happily. All this decorative excess serves a purpose. This is the first feature from the photographer and Music Video Director Autumn to wild and while she has an obvious is for beauty. She has an equally sharp eye for the absurd. There's a touch of Wes Anderson Arches to her that it the way her camera both flat and mocks the cavernous drawing rooms and sunny meadows of the nineteen th century English village of Highbury. The Wild knows that something as simple as a symmetrically framed shot of her characters can serve as a silent punchline. Her style is an ideal marriage of visual extravagance and satirical distance speaking of ideal marriages. Emma woodhouse the twenty one year old queen. Bee of Highbury remains as irrepressible matchmaker. As ever on your Taylor. Joy The actress with the Piercing Gaze. Who came to prominence in horror movies like the witch plays her as a somewhat chillier more aloof. Heroin than sake with paltrow did but if anything that only makes it all the more moving to see. Emo is porcelain like facade crack as she realizes that her instincts as a judge of character were not as shrewd as she thought fortunately her longtime family friend. Mr Knightley is there to scold and correct her at every. Turn the actor and musician. Johnny Flynn so memorable in the psychological thriller beast brings a Scruffy Rockstar edge to the role of this impeccably well-mannered gentlemen the two of them spar furiously over the matter of Emma's friend. Harriet Smith whom? She's trying to match up with the local vicar. Mr Elton a very funny Josh Connor whom you may recognize Prince Charles on the crown but Emma's plans have a way of backfiring too late. She realizes that the Foolish Mr. Elton has fallen in love with her not. Harriet avail myself of this person's opportunity to declare sentiments was already will John. Elton get yourself ready to dive. You take me for my friend any message you have to Miss Smith Hoppy Slip Miss Smith a message. Miss Miss the whole existence never paid any attention. But that's your friend never cared with that. She would dead or alive but as your friend who who can think of this. Myth Remiss would houses may have everything said or done for many weeks has been with the sole view of making my adoration. South. The late English mystery writer. Pd James once. Wrote an essay. Championing Emma as not just a great piece of literature but also a great detective story a series of deceptions misunderstandings. So cunningly crafted that both Emma and the reader are led up the garden path by the end order is happily restored and the truth is shown to have been hiding in plain sight as Emma realizes how badly she misjudged. Everyone's romantic motivations including her own. If you've read the book or seen in earlier adaptation you won't be surprised by any of these revelations the script by the Booker Prize winning novelist. Eleanor Catton is fairly faithful to the story and no less satisfying for it. This Emma isn't audacious reinterpretation like Greta. Gerwig little women which took significant liberties with similarly beloved novel. Okay so some Austin. Purists might take issue with the early shot of Mr Knightley naked backside as a servant helps address or later seen when Emma briefly lifts her skirt to warm her rear end by the fireplace. But I liked these moments earthy humor. It's too wild way of puncturing her character's pretensions as if to remind us that their flesh and blood human beings beneath all that stately diction and period finery after the effervescent comedy of the movies. First half the second is basically one emotional knockout punch after another aided by a musical score that deftly balances Whimsey and melancholy. It helps that the wilds actors are so good at finding fresh nuances. Even in this timeless material I loved every hilarious moment of Miranda Hart's performance as Miss Bates. The village chatterbox. Who Stories Bore Emma to no end but who turns out to have the biggest heart in Highbury Mia Goff is especially loveliest the naive Europe. Lease Harry it and it should come as no surprise that the great bill nye steals every scene as Emma's endearing hypochondriac of a father. He's the perfect mascot for the movie. Impeccably dressed knowingly ridiculous. An awfully hard to resist guest in Chiang is a film critic at the L. A. Times fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our interviews and reviews produced an edited by any solid. Phyllis Myers Hamburger Lauren. Crandell Theresa Madden. Heidi Soman Mercedes Seth Kelly and challenor. I'm Terry Gross..

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"dane" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

13:08 min | 8 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"We would our little urine baby it would probably need to like live and that toilet might need to live in that toilet. You're right and it would be jaundice so well for sure. Okay extremely okay any who. Okay Claire Claire so the TV movie Eh. That Kristin was yes we got the name of it got the name of it the TV movie. That Kristin was an with Clare was called Polish wedding and she had braces in it but in the still that she showed me her mouth is closed used. Do you think that was a racist thing where they were like. All Polish people wear braces. Everyone in this movie has to have braces. They bad teeth. They spent all their money on braces offices. Let's a stereotype. We person had braces in real life or she had like prosthetic brace flare question. No Claire didn't Kristen. She said I had braces. Maybe you're right. Maybe that was. The character had braces because the braces. Now that I'm thinking about it I don't think she did I I wanNA say she had him for like a week. Okay well that doesn't know like they were almost perfect by any of that. They orthodontist and he goes by. I can have this fixed by Sunday with these braces. Take them on Sunday. And you're GONNA beautiful smile. What Google but instead? I'm going to ask Christians Ma okay. We have a question. Did Kristen have braces in life. And for how long and if so for. How long was it over a week? Take a but we should open up a orthodontia clinic. That's called one week orthodontia whether we could. I know I know but think how much business we would do in that first few weeks before people got wise morals. You're more oh Mike Golic the thing you sent me last time I got. I have the greatest idea you think. I can't even say it's you have to make it very clear kidding okay. So I'm I'm definitely joking plans to really do this. But we're watching the morning show Yup and loose. I'm guessing it's loosely based on Matt Lauer. Maybe they haven't said that explicitly but I would say yes okay so appears to be kind of based on Matt Lauer and evolve his indiscretions. There's no arguing. The Guy Guy was incredibly good at that job. Right and Bill o'riley even though I can't I never watched the show on my politics are opposite tremendous at that job. He was number one in the ratings for every year on that network so anyways I was starting about launching a a network called canceled canceled network or cancelled TV. And it's just just all these guys that have been canceled and You know I think people in public would be like I hate that person but then at home they would probably watch it 'cause they would think no one's looking at them down. It was really an explanation of the difference between public and private. Sure sure. And that's Joe. That's a big. That's a big big jokey. Okay yeah but I do think it would be very successful. I don't I'm not saying of want it to be successful. I think it would be very successful. I really don't I don't know no I don't think they'd have a percentage of people who would like it. But do I think it'd be a popular. No and then you use UMEDA you. You came over the top because I was saying lower and Bill o'riley which I don't think either was accused of forcing anyone against their will. Rampant abuses uses a power. But I don't think there's any rape allegations right but then you came over the top and said you could have Weinstein do like a movie of the week to be nice. Ah He's he's well. I had a feeling so actually. That's why I said I was wondering what you were going to say. You didn't respond to me for the rest of the night But in the show told me but I wondered what your response is going to be because I thought maybe you were going to say something like that like. That's not the same thing but it's close to the same. It's the same thing you're right. It is you're right. It's the same thing and there's a gradient yes there is but I say no because I'm always saying that in the more I'm like watching some of this actually the I finished the morning morning show last night. Okay and Steve. I love your on in a mess. That's what that's what mom said about you so you last night she said Oh my God Monica to change your pants five times over. How good Steve Corral? Everyone's jealous of Steve Corral. 'cause I talk about. I'm AH. He's the new Gene Cornell. Yeah but anyways so good but I'm watching this whole thing and I'm just like yeah. It's horrible level these these abuses of power in the chain of power. And it's really bad and sure so technically he didn't rape anyone. I'm only drawing the distinction between consensual sex and nonconcern sensual now but I think the line is a little more blurry than have traditionally additionally given it credit. I think you're probably right. I'm seeing this because I'm listening to catch and kill Romans podcast which is really good in reading his book as well which is also really really really good and when you start hearing the accounts from a lot of the people like rose McGowan account all the like. She's being touched out of nowhere aware right and so it's just like you're catching up. Your brain is trying to catch up to what's going on and then it's evaluating all the ramifications ends career and or otherwise and so by the time you could even launch maybe a game plan your pretty deep into an assault. Yeah exactly and so. I definitely underestimate how much of what could have appeared to look like consent. Exact isn't exactly which is another. Great Chapter of Malcolm's book is the complexities of consent. He's like number one. One of the biggest challenges is how can you even educate educate people in college about consent. When there's no consensus on what consent is is it nodding? Yes is it. Removing Your own club like polling all these people on anything constitutes can sense in. There's just no consensus around. That is like you don't even really know what marching orders to give everyone. It's it's such a complicated topic. Sh Okay baby baby. What are we going to name our baby consent? uh-huh I think we should name him or her baby she Hungary p Baby. He might not like that was she won't know that lightly but also she'll just assume that everyone was born in a toilet that's nice for her. Although appear baby you know could have both par- oh Oh Binger in a little rock doc hermaphrodite. Yeah Hermaphrodite why I learned in anthro. There's really only been I think one or two in history rally because part of the definition is that both sex organs have to function so quite often. Come like you'll see. There's all kinds of things that could happen in the womb during the development where something was interrupted erupted then it came back online so you can have women with Vagina. That appears almost like a penis on topical tauruses breath not really but you know there's been cases that were filed as from Aphrodite. But they're not. They don't have functioning sex organs this. There's approximately seven hundred worldwide. I don't believe that characterized by the presence of both ovarian intestinal tissues tissues or one or both gone ads. Okay but all right so I think at least in my anthro class. They had to be functioning. We not just present they call this true Hermaphrodite. Okay look at this. I just claimed I love being my mind chain. So so thank you rob. It doesn't feel as fun when you do. It is when sorry please. So she said Claire. Now we're talking back to not. PB Okay okay. Back to Claire so so at some point you are required to be an an artist. I didn't want to make her eat up. Time explaining the history that to me but I I was like I didn't know that I had no idea. It says the artist in resident president. Zoning Law was passed in nineteen seventy one to allow for the conversion of two hundred commercial lofts to residential use on the condition that each contained a certified artist. West Soho and no-ho essentially zoned for quote joint living working spaces so that these properties would be uplands to any non certified artists for for years was widely ignored as agencies like the Department of buildings concentrated their efforts on matters more pressing than carving out affordable spaces for artists to live holy one become certified as an artist. I wonder I know. Why aren't I certified? Should we explore this figure out the process. I want to get some dirt. Cheap square footage in Manhattan. Yes so Ho- so yeah. I was living in New York. I'd probably WanNa live there live in the West village. The West village. Yeah it's hard to pick one or the other burgers are over there in the West Villi hungry. Now but emily's is in Brooklyn. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Well there's an emily's in the West village are it's not our emily's it's beautiful. It's the same emily's in all the burgers are a little bit different at each assocation. So ours was Brooklyn. We'll eat there again. Maybe we'll bring her baby. They're traveling with her. Is GonNa be hard. I will say it's going to be her grandma or her mom no. She won't be her mom because I guess you'd be Komo but doesn't feel super complimentary. Does it well. I don't know what to say. Hey that's just the truth of the world is not in there I put. I'm not convinced that she won't go pee in there before our babies maze wolverton singularly. Well we'll know yeah. Okay so her mom. Aw Oh yeah. Her mom had a daycare and that just reminded me no. My hot grandma had a daycare. Oh Yeah I would. I have loved one of the DADS. Drop the baby off. uh-huh nope your grandma. PP babies there. But I would spend summers with them and so I was always around all these little kids and I was really jealous you were yeah Oh yeah. I did grandma's attention. Yeah and then like when my mom would. Sometimes I'd spend the whole summer. My mom would be there for like a week or two and then my mom would play with some of these kids and I did not like that and then my aunt would sometimes come in and also be nice like read us both a story and I was like no my aunt. Yes do you think from being an only child for eight years yeah probably. I wanted a sibling so bad. You think you're going to have a strong streak of jealousy in your next relationship. Maybe I I hope not. Maybe the now I mean I'll try not to work on it. I'm just curious. How do I know I can't predict? Ah No but you have like a hunch. Maybe based on the babies playing with grandma your well being okay look people evolve okay. I do think so when when you're born second like your your whole world view is you gotTa share them with this kid. It's just you you're forced to practice sharing yeah in defining love not including exclusivity. Exactly that is no is no one's fault I would say my brother is much more like you. Just because he too two had five years without me. Yeah that's true. I mean I guess if I feel safe by the person I probably won't feel jealous right but I probably we didn't feel safe with my mom or your beautiful Gaga. I'm kidding I feel like it's brand for your dog to have had a daycare I'll really yeah. Well I'm going to all the stereotypical Indian immigrant stuff and I think like engineering medical. All these different things dairy McQueen I never Child not my grandma's age women were not doing that. Women were housewives right or housewife. She was a housewife but then also ran a daycare. Okay was it profitable. She charged a good living. No right they saved a bunch of money and they were very frugal..

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"dane" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

08:13 min | 8 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Okay. Okay and now. My favorite labor part of the show the fact check with my soul mate. Monica Pacman Monica Pan. Hi there was going to be more. It seemed like there was going to be a little more. Of course it was. It sounded like there was a statement that was gonNA fall but there was but I was really just thinking about the effect that we wrote to the Addict Day which is always a great start for my day. Just want to throw that out last night and I do worry when you live across the street I guess I could just walk over to your house and then walk you hear well. Yeah that might be fun ritual so we won't ever have to travel. That's live where we were. We can walk doc from your house to the attic. Three steps so exciting. Yeah so I mean we should tell the armchairs. 'CAUSE I mean not to like bring it down down another going to be sad about this but eventually our attic that we're in right now is GONNA get demolish it's gonna be dust and ash but it's GonNa be a wild. You know that part. We cannot get a permit for that thing. I'm trying to build. It's just not happening. Well I mean great for the Mo Jo of of this ad but bad for like I need to exercise and that's where my exercise equipment is supposed to go this huge garage. There's there's no designated place in our new house. The basement right well. That's kind of what I've been pushing Belfour so in our current house with a basement. That's where all my gear is right. Rip Rip gear. Heavy things are that I lift up and sat down so I said look on. I know the basement of the new houses of theater room. But it's going to probably doubly after Jim for a year. She did not like that she was like put it in my office. I can't fit all that crap in your office also have an office. She thinks no. And I'm like I can't go a year without working. How commit suicide in the backyard? Oh my God don't say that. Oh my God by the way. Can we talk about suicide. Sure I mean I know this is going to be a weirdly encouraging take on suicide. Oh goodness okay for real as I get deeper into glad. Wells book I just want you to read it so bad I will this motherfucker. The things he tackles he's so fearless. So it's talking about. Oh the famous poet Dickens no but you're in the right world only play Kingston why why plath Sylvia plath Sylvia plath breath so she killed herself in England and what she did was put her head in the oven and turned on the gas and at that time every every single house in London burned type of fuel called town gas out the not natural guests that we now use so tom guests. Was this kind of dirty mix of all these different gases but you could kill yourself quite easily with it. So when all of London had town gas the number one killer of people was town gas was people committing suicide with town gas because it was very easy to do and so the traditional thinking on suicide was like well. If you get rid of town gas gas people just find another way to kill themselves. And that's what I thought going into this chapter. And that's called the displacement theory that okay. Yeah if you took away guns then people would just use knives or whatever but the work of a certain sociologist or psychologist started investigating and realized that there's a strong coupling aspect back to suicide so it's not just that someone's on a war path to kill themselves. It's that they have to think about it. And then the situation is right and in and so what happened was when they switched over to natural gas. The suicide rate did dramatically drop. It didn't just move over to another method fit. And then he goes into the folks who have jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge which I think is like fifteen hundred at this point. It's the most of any structure in the world. The most people kill themselves and there's always been these movements to put up barriers. So people couldn't do it but then the argument was we'll know they'll just jump off something else we're going to spend all these millions on these barriers and there's GonNa jump off something else so why not put it into healthcare or something or some prevention which again. I would've probably bought into that theory but one of these people did is investigated of the. I want to say it was like maybe five hundred people who had been interrupted in their attempt to jump off the Golden Gate Bridge over seventy years. A person win interviewed all those people that had been interrupted in only twenty five of the five hundred ended up killing them. So how yes. Isn't that so again. Trusting suicide is one of the hottest topics For me I get very anxious during that kind of conversation. No I used to have when I had a really bad anxiety. I used to feel like I was not suicidal. Oh but I felt like all of a sudden I was I was just GonNa look down and I will have done it like it will have happened to me which is not what happens by glad I was. Yeah so I had a lot of anxiety around suicide. Yeah but I think that's really profound and and sorry. I mean not to be political but this twenty thousand people a year he'll themselves with a handgun in the US now. Look I'm a gun owner I just I WANNA be dead on us about that. I own guns I also if there was a button on the wall I can push and there's no guns in America I would push that button and one second so I very complicated relationship with it. I don't like them Munaf that I would want one kid in a school. Getting shot over my loving of them again. I know it's much deeper than that for people. And it's a constitutional right and all this stuff so I'm not even going to get into the weeds on that. I'm only going to say the data. He gave us that. It would appear that it would cut at least ten thousand deaths a year off because because this coupling mechanism is so strong. Just it's amazing. That's why I'm so drawn to everything. He writes almost every chapter. I enter with the exact mindset that most people have some opposite way of thinking about it. That's substantiated data. I Love I love heavy. My opinion change change. It's so rare non for you in general in life. It's hard for me to do that. But I'm giving you a compliment but I find it very Byu for inducing like as I was driving home from work yesterday listening to it and I was just like all all tator a little baby boy in a toilet bowl of stew. We tell people that we think we might be having a baby. Sure I WANNA I. Don't WanNa start the rumor mill but I used Monica's toilet at her new house which is a non-functioning house and what I did. Is I flush toilet and flush properly and I was like oh the water still on great then a whizzed then I hit the flusher again. oop sees no water in there now. So and then I came to you and it's like I've commode and I got I'm going to have to bring over a five gallon bucket of water and flush Jeff. We'll we'll get to it and then you were there like a couple of days after and and You were GonNa pee your pants and on top of my I did. I don't WanNa put in another toilet because that would just be multiple things so appear on top of your P. and it's all still there. This is weeks ago bears fours and we think that maybe the a mixture of the Pe- a life of growing we don't know we don't know maybe Malcolm Gladys could weigh in on how many broth babies historically how many bras. Let's be reserved. I think this would be so exciting though if we went over there into win over there with the five gallon water bucket and then we heard my dad that there is a little yellow baby down there really love I love it..

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"dane" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

06:53 min | 8 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"The wedding. Were many many guys. He's trying to court you well. I was very deeply involved with a guy called Ben Lee. We were like living together. No he's still Bentley. He lives in La. Now you said called. Oh no Chris. He's no no he's Australian and also my husband's English you say he's not named Bentley's called Finley. So I've I've appropriated that affected in annoying but it's yeah I hear from our American. Forgive us it should be called anyway. Sorry anyway so I was like not going to college and for that reason I was there to learn. I was Nerdier than any kid in that school which was ridiculous because there were a a lot of sure did really attracts nerds. We Love Yeah. Got Him so jealous unique. Where you'd be files were obsessed with? Didn't finish I went for two years and I you know. So that's all I got but I feel like her two years at yells more impressive than our clinicians. Yeah you graduate. Well you win. No I don't think so. Yeah what did you major in. Well I didn't have to major because I only went for two years but you were going to get psychology. I was but then I realized that what I meant by psychology. Oh Gee was in fact English because I was frustrated by psychology ultimately. It's also like a baby field jour-jour Dan hundred. It was asserting itself as empirical in some ways yes as scientifically driven and oriented and. I didn't didn't think that was true. I remember I took some class. where abnormal psych or something and we had to write an essay every week and there was some controversial subject that we had to say was either good or bad and every week I would say well the data's inconclusive? I just don't think think we can say and I would get penalized. I'd get punished for it and I thought this is. I know like we can manipulate these numbers. Anyway we choose and do you know I would imagine engine your you know a ton about psychology at this point I from having an interest in it as a kid and then also plane someone. That's bipolar but you know the whole history of the DSM. And how it came Abou- wow now tell me tell me so. They're all forget the name would say in the fact check. There was an English guy who came to America specifically specifically to expose how bad the state of psychiatry was and the. US In what he did is he deployed like six or eight people and they had to go into to a clinic and all they were allowed to say as I hear the sound thump in my head and then once they were admitted they could only tell the truth so the only lie was I hear the sound thump in my head and these were generally people participating where other students and whatnot and they got a myriad of diagnoses right like Schizophrenic just a huge barrage of different very very serious mental health elements and then he published this and the whole community. The American psychology associates. What they said well we need to do something about this right so they decided to come up with a standardized tests which became the DSM and the DSM is a questionnaire or that a computer can read until you basically what you have? But one of the fall outs of like say the first. DSM is if you give it to people what you find is that probably eighty eighty percent of the country has a mental illness so their conclusion was either will mental illnesses pandemic or DSM isn't really getting us what we want. There's now been several iterations. I don't take a position on it but it's a fascinating history but there was one psychologist. Who really took umbrage with what this guy did? And he said and I wanna see but I always say that. He worked at Johns Hopkins but he said send me somebody a fake to the clinic and I will tell you who the fake is and he. He agreed to this and they said at some point in the next month I'll send one in in at the end of the month. Johns Hopkins Guy said it's this person he said I didn't send anybody Eddie. So it's Kinda like his double trick sending. Yeah there's a fascinating documentary about it. Yeah but at any rate so you were like this might be We might be still early in this sophomore. And Yeah I mean as I said I have a disproportionate number of therapists to friends as well and I strongly believe in therapy. I I love the therapy. Yeah Yeah I love it. You started young. Yeah yes what six six six. I am a New Yorker so right. It's kind of a narrative rob them. We went to therapy. I saw ghosts and and I think I was also I was developing sort of OCD patterns but there was a Gargoyles who lived on our pipes and our loft and would would make me do things. Like maintain a contorted position for twenty minutes. At a time I couldn't take a shower alone because demons were coming out of the shower head and it got pretty extreme. That's a lot to joke. Yeah and so my mom took me to get in and he helped me work through that. Okay so what's really interesting is when when Monica suggested that you had maybe been drawn to acting because you wanted a thing of your own. I was wondering if you were drawn to acting because you have total. Oh No Control C. I don't know I think that it doesn't come for more. Like a PAL AJI. I don't I don't think it it comes from the meeting. A need that should have been met in life and that wasn't being met or something. I was just a really keen close avid hungry angry observer And I just really always was deeply deeply interested in human beings and I had no patience for cartoons when I was a kid. I DIDN'T WANNA waste my time with an abstract image. I wanted to look at actors in real space in time and I got really lost in those details. Honest to God. My first memory of acting was when I was about three it must have been three and and I was pre nursery school. There was an Indian American woman slow. Who's our teacher who I loved and it was naptime and I was always a really bad napper? I'm still a bad napper ver- very good girl. I am still a very and so I was pretending to sleep and I had. I remembered that my mom twitched in her sleep and so I was. I was doing that. I don't remember thinking like ooh that was really subtle.

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"dane" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

13:09 min | 8 months ago

"dane" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Just really cool right having not seen Arthur yeah. He was a short English gentleman. Yes and was he you. He was very charming. He had a hard time remembering his lines. I I don't know if it's because he was very drunk. He wore lifts. He had at a grand piano in his dressing room so cool and he played it all the time really and he was very warm and and in by. Yeah probably I didn't know but it was absurd. Okay my so called life. You are thirteen when you got it. I was thirteen. Did the pilot did not get picked up. Oh I I went back to high school. I went to high school and then like a month in my first semester. They said Oh wait. No we are going to pick it up. and and we shot nineteen episodes and then it was cancelled so we didn't even get to the end of the first season which is kind of crazy considering how well known that. Show because it bran Dan. I had a few after lives on different. Networks put it kind of was Kinda was and then but it was picked up by MTV which played it on Moore. I saw so it seemed like it went on for longer. It didn't so you were fourteen when you shot about the serious okay. So you're fourteen and you guys who moved to Santa Monica the whole gang. Well my brother was as I said was seven years older so he was in college at this point He was at a religion and twenty one. Monica and my dad's business happened to fold and my mom was ready to do something else so it kind of worked out well for our family but we were so green. We didn't know what was going on and we arrived literally the day after those massive earthquakes north of ninety four. The Northridge Earthquakes Wchs literally the day after which was just too potent of a metaphor. So we've experienced all these aftershocks and everybody was Ashen and I mean everybody was just traumatized. And we're like hi. Yes so it was. It was a strange way to arrive. That's that's really bizarre. Because I chew landed in Santa Barbara at the day after even Santa Barbara Felton after yes quite significant significant. Yeah yeah I mean I kind of this is a little bit like the subway rumbling. I remember my dad was really defiant sprawl out on the couch like he's going to take it on I. My mom were hovering under the you know in the doorway or whatever like we were told to. was there one of your two parents that you were more likely to bro out with they. Both did they both put in way too many hours driving around with their math guy. Yeah my parents still are in Santa. Monica Korea never left so my mom went back to art school to Grad School. A place called Otis in their fifties and now it's amazing. They live in a little a bungalow plot of land and my dad built there to studios and they make art in the backyard and they shot. So it's it's full circle have a year in the backyard where day. It's really fun is a comfortable in the Earth's great good. Your son loves it. Yes he doesn't stay in the year. We saw aw stays right next to GRANDPA and crawls into bed with him and gets to like do everything he's not supposed to do the greatest part Karameh videos so that show being very young. Did you feel confident doing that. Or did you feel overwhelmed. Or what was the experience that blows it helped in some ways that I was as clueless as I was but I also felt like you know. I had done a few movie of the weeks. I'd done a lot of student films before that You know so. There's part of me I was like I got this and then there was part of me that was like I do not data. Ah which is how I still feel to this day and I was like being tutored on set that was also really weird. Going back to high school will and making sense of those. Two identities was stressful. I don't miss that right. Is it true that you had your first real life kiss on that show or is that not true. That's it's not true but it is true that it was a more involved kiss the night ever had and there were stage directions at said I was supposed to kiss Jordan Catalonia's on his face like apart like not his lips. Okay and I didn't understand I still don't you say what does that mean. His chain like what jared had to explain that to me and he was twenty one which is very embarrassing. I just want to just talk about the real life dynamic you being gene fourteen minutes twenty one I think currently in the current climate is that even allowed a twenty one year olds fourteen year. So it's still cool. I guess okay. I don't I don't have a position on just turned. Imagine like my daughter's getting into acting and then like my first visit cassette. I'm meet fucking Mike Who's twenty two and has an apartment and stuff he's like looking forward to making Delta today I just I'm very pro sex. Excellent just the age gap would really talking seven years. Yeah did you think he was the cutest person alive. He was very attractive. He's actively ECZEMA commercials at that point. That was a high bar. What's her name with? The curly hair was in them. Oh I know who you're talking about heart ice ice Rebecca Jane. Yes I mean I was in love with someone from a commercial very high and so so if he was in Anoxia. That's the pinnacle. Yeah so did you have a real life crush on him or was he too terrified right. It was very fraternal attornal. Like Like and he was actually pretty protective of me. I think I made it clear to. Yeah it from the beginning that this was kind of it. Wasn't that kind of working. Yeah but he took me to my fourteen year old. That was fourteen. I was truly forty. He took you to a nightclub now he he did cut. I wanted to be the what you call room with skewed. No Viper has the viper room with something like that or sure. But I remember Leo. Is There Stephen. DORF was was there. Leo Stephen Thing on the whole Oh and they were they were not well no it was A. He's at that table able. He's at that table. I remember that that is so fun. Yeah that drama. That is so great. So were you sad when it got cancelled cancelled. Yeah but I felt kinda jerked around by the show because it had not gotten picked up and then they'd get picked up and we were cancelled before we even finished. I just was like new boundaries. You're like I don't WanNa play this. I don't know I. It was stressful. It was stressful. My heart had been broken a couple of times so at that point I was a bit calloused. I think so. Did it help that. You got nominated for an emmy for that and that was just very surprising. First job as a league. I was just so dizzy from it all into both parents. Take you to themis or one or the other or did you. WHO's your dates number? Who My date was? I remember going to the Oscars with my dad when I presented when I was like like seventeen or something and Muhammad Ali was sitting in front of us and he was Louisiana Shit being pleased. I could give that to him. You know yeah so you got nominated even on the show got cancelled in all kinds of things start opening up right. So what is little women I after that was first. Yep Yep so I did that straight after my so called life. Have you seen the new one. I haven't I really want to and I heard it's great now I I'm a big Greta. GERWIG fan I was trying to imagine. Imagine how I would feel about having been in a movie. That was remade and I feel like probably good. You make little women you assume yeah like if the star wars cast was furious talking about making this is my classic it off this centuries old masterpiece and but the big thing and certainly the first time I became abundantly aware of you because as I had not watched that show when it aired was Romeo and Juliet. How do you end up getting that job? What were your thoughts as you mentioned a lot? Did you know who Leonardo di Caprio at the. Yeah no no. I was a big Leo fat. Okay great starting with what's eating Gilbert grape. I like what was before. He was in the Tobias Wolff Book. Always this boy's life boy's life Wolf. Yeah this is life man and from from that point on basketball diaries oh he was amazing. It was unreal real in that. Yeah I was mad mad impressed by his skills with a Z. Yeah I guess I just remember auditioning a lot and then finally auditioned with him and Mitt work to you. Kept your shit together. Yeah and Baz wanted to make as alive and fresh and accessible version of that story as he could tell and my sensibility crime suited that interpretation and I think Leo and my acting styles were sympathetic. Oh yeah you're seventeen. And he was twenty one is that I was sixteen and he was twenty one. I turned seventeen when we filmed did you. I'm having a memory that was shot in Mexico City or some very good. It was yes okay so to go to Mexico City any in now you have like a hotel room and You're in a foreign city creatively. I was just in heaven. You could also drink when you're seventeen in Mexico. I'm not asking. I drank like twice on that movie around because I was a kid. I didn't really. I wasn't really practiced at this. Okay yeah there was one time when I got too to drunk. I didn't get drunk again. Okay I was a child really. I was not a drinker but not I mean a lot of people at that age went to Cancun on spring. Break at sixteen and I drink all the stuff that was really. Yeah no I think I was too busy working and I didn't know oh how to be a drinker. I just want you to know because I would hate for you to think that I only female guesses male guests to WANNA know so bad if they fell in love with the person they worked with. I would've fallen in love with him. I was so I think smitten with him as an actor. Then I think it was crunchy for sure but it was also a little a bit like the jared th like. That was just never going to happen right. Like I didn't like the drinking like I didn't know how to to go about that. And he was already in the business for like eight years. He's probably seen having a good time and we're really different people right. I mean I remember at at one point he just was so frustrated. And said how can you be so still I said can you be so active the like as a very kind of frenetic energy and I am not you know that I can be like like really focused and I guess on satis specially like very centered. Do People read that. Is You being friendly or I think they can. They can read it that way. I've never mean to communicate that right and sometimes I worry about it being a lead actor and I think I should be setting the tone for performance give I mean I think I probably would do set the tone by default. That's just the tone I said but I think there is real value in having the number one call sheet person be more gregarious and a like a morale captain. Yeah Yeah Yeah. And I don't know I don't like like naturally excel at that but I really want to be in a healthy environment and I want to be decent and expect decency around me and stuff so I think that is a good thing that can radiate but yeah yeah but but I'm in some conflict about that like Oh God. I should be better at being the cheerleader. Yeah right and when when that movie you must've been delighted with how it turned out right. It was Oslo and done before that. That was certainly the the first ballroom. Oh right he here's a real genius and an tour and has this kind of incredibly comprehensive fantastic understanding of not only the story but like doc the world..

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"dane" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

12:31 min | 1 year ago

"dane" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience gone out with pretty women I've I've dated a couple isn't that Nice I isn't it nice to be you know you you come from like I guess nothing you were just to try to find your way nothing and then all of a sudden you know you make you do some good things he dates and pretty girls does that little Dane kind of go hey big name the the the kid in high school that didn't feel like anybody cared or paid any attention certainly loved that lane that was nice it is so much comes with it it's a it's a crazy place to date Hollywood because as creative people there's a lot of stuff that comes with people that are living in that left side of their brain so you end up sometimes in something that you think is going to be mutual like Simpatico we get each other in its more fiery I'm more simple have you ever stayed in something that's just like God she's gorgeous I'm too or or I'm to sexually attracted to this person to let them go I think I probably went through a couple of Yeah definitely early in my career held onto tight because the scared kid was like this is all cool you're never gonNA visit again there's that thing where you go am I just going to end up back in like ninth grade at the end of this whole thing is a simulation where every day right every day so I I certainly jumped in with a plum I enjoy those relationships but at the same time I always had my I was always looking for somebody who was I'm a homebody I'm simple I love the work to be kind of crazy and that's where the attention is but the minute I'm off stage I don't want somebody chasing it you know I like somebody who's I knows how to turn do you turn it off to you can you absolutely like do you get home and go oh this happened this happened I felt like this or are you just like I only WanNa talk about it I don't need to talk about it let's just fucking watch suicide squad I can tell you that maybe the second one I don't win the new one comes anticipate yeah yeah the new one I am I think I'm kind of a rare individual in that the moment my footsteps offstage twenty thousand People Madison Square Garden Twenty People Local Comedy Club I don't care about equalling that feeling very content to methodically think of how I wanNA perform do it by the time I hi fi the last person I'm already in like mediocre chill mowed my heart is racing I'm not like what your heart is racing right before you get on stage racing you're excited nervous not nervous never been nervous before me that before I was going to perform because I started doing stand up a little bit and I was and I remember talking to you and your so humble and you sat there with me and you were like I am remember ask you that question you know Emma dated I shouldn't get nervous Danes not nervous I shouldn't you nervous why am I nervous you're nervous because you never done this he's been doing this whole life you fucking idiot I was such a scared kid and I had so much fucking anxiety and I was so self deprecating in downright cruel to myself that comedy became this weird safe haven where I was never a scared on stages I was in life dealing with people in a real capacity to me was terrifying and took a lot of years to finally be able to have an equal measure of both well wait a minute so you said as a kid you had anxiety a frequent so as a young kid you're the opposite of sort of how you feel now like if you had to do some of that stuff now as a kid that kid when they made that you were too out of control it's like a riddle way if I wait if I don't even know what I said I don't know what it was like inception the treatment for inception I think it was I on dance wait say it again let's break that down that was if I knew now what I sort of what I'm saying is that little time travel if you could use made it right now if that if you had those feelings that anxiety as a boy that it would hold you all through my teens okay so if you were that kidnapped I'll see you probably wouldn't have taken success and all the stuff oh no you have no way if I never stepped foot on any stage I don't know how it would have gotten right with myself I it really took longtime before I realized Oh stand up is me that guy on stage in the in in being somebody who can speak up for themselves is brave and believes in himself all the things that I didn't believe or feel offstage I finally realized Oh shit this this character is me that guy is me I need to be him in pull some of that into my regular life so I would start waking up in the morning kind of in that mode of like performance it's and that helped me to Certif- I didn't have any assert I had no spine man for a lot of years I was the most Beta Beta you'd ever meet and now I'm the most Alpha Alpha you'll probably we know all right okay explain the difference to me okay explaining the Beta Beta Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha leader. Let's go I know what I'm doing I'm happy go ahead I I wish I had a fucking Whiteboard Okay Dad Athlete Dad Old School Boston hard ass patchy caviar get your ass up get the fuck Outta here olders that like scrape the fucking hallway as he walked down just a bully just was he Nick Dude in Korea fucking probably could have done the whole thing himself kind of guy you dated by an intimidated by him but at the same time felt an abundance of love and belief from him but he wanted me to be that thing that he was now other side mom sensitive phobic very phobic had phobias anxiety attacks even when I was in the womb I grew up in fear in a womb and so on born with my dad's physically polity in in in in to look at me you would say oh he probably plays ball or something no no ability to be collaborative sit like this talk it out with people I was the sensitive side I was scared side and it took me a ton of years to finally kind of meeting the middle was there one big thing that you said okay got to change this I'd be you know people saying certain things or your parents saying things are your relationships are you noticing I don't like my question I've never really thought of that turning point but I know that when I was doing stand up in Boston and I started to feel like it was my thing like I I started to be like okay I wanted do this I wanna like live in this world once I started experiencing what it meant to be in a competitive environment with you know creative people right then I had to really snap into it and realize Oh this this business side of it what it's not fun just comedy and then you go home and everybody high fives it's not it's not that I had to learn how to be brave and stand up for myself in you know get get paid for the gay or whatever it was when somebody was being shady so that was the moment rice started to try to blend the two sides of myself together so you became sort of like a businessman like this is what I want to be and maybe it was a respect thing you wanted them to respect you I'm not going to get shit on if I'm supposed to go up right now I'm going up you're not going to push me della whatever I mean of course that just depends well that's right right everybody gets that still happen you to me never in our no but yeah because if I'm GONNA club and they say hey you're on at ten the totem all of comedy is like if somebody above you in terms of like they're graduating class comes in if Eddie Murphy walks in he's going before right and I'm not even going to complain about that the fucking Eddie Murphy but even if Sandler who is graduating class ahead of me when I was on the road he was already SNL when in killing at colleges if Santa into a club you wouldn't need to say hey can go next I'd be like Dude Sandler's lawn now I'll I'll hang out and even though that that to this date irks some performers that part of it never bothered me it was the off stage antics and there's an intimidation factor in fact I only done it for about a year I wanted you know because my buddy Harlan our friend Harlan yeah and a few others bobby Lee they're like hey get onstage do do it and I it scared the fucking me you know what's Bucket List Shit let me just do it and even know people weren't mean and they were actually really friendly and there's a lot of guys that were just supported it just intimidating and it can get ugly I'll tell you why it gets ugly though when somebody like you steps in and it's always I don't like this nothing personal sketch guys don't like Comedians they don't respect them they don't really believe that they're on the same playing field because they think oh you're you're mainstream you're trying to cater or pander comedians don't like actors that I don the fray so I saw David Arquette come in to the factory one night in he got roasted without even knowing that we were all just off to the side of the stage just like destroying that was par for the course it wasn't anything about him it was more about that in a hammer you because we'd seen I'm not gonNA name any more our cat respect for and I hope that he would understand it bringing him up with love in my heart but he was a guy that like many other I thought I can just do this because I'm known I know how to walk red carpet and Banter with camera crews and they think they can just do that and they don't see that it's a fucking assess of years you watch him shit each shell gun he he he he had maybe one of the top five where sets when he picked all the stuff that was I think he knew it but it's tough to tell with him but he's thinking he's a stammering kind of hi and he's kind of like that whole character was very like skittish so it's tough to read like is he nervous because he knows he's taken a hot one or ah you know somebody like yourself it's not to say that just because you're an actor you can't that's not true at all it's like I know comics are even better actor sometimes than they are comedian it's it's the fact that everybody thinks that they can but not everybody's meant to do it that's true and it's also takes this something deeper than like to become an actor become whatever as a public speaker to the that there's a certain level of confidence but to be Astana comedian until you do it till you're onstage at the comedy store in front of a packed crowd then you realize you you're in charge now there's nobody on stage plan backup vocals for you right nobody likes shown video unless you're GonNa do sticky stuff there's Europe there for fifteen twenty twenty five minutes and it's you right and that's it right and if you're bombing you're going to continue to bomb because you have to do the rest of your set and you can watch your guy though you can watch a comic bombing in it's still funny and how is that possible it's because ultimately if you're in your own truth whether that's embalming truth or I'm killing it or this just happened now but I'm making it sound like I've been working on this piece of material for a year it really just all comes down to with Energy Davis J. J. so he he's been a friend of mine e books for years he said something really unbelievable when it pertains to this time we were at the Grove in thousands of people were watching the fountain show the water goes like a meteorological Jay Davis tournament he goes I guess any he goes look at all these people he goes people believe anything that's confident even water and that's the key it's not so much about the joke or the mayor anything it's about the competent you have your fucking cool because even if you're bombing I bombed in it's like even in my bombing I have a certain cool and I know how to wine laughs even on myself to say this is bad and I'm GonNa tell you why it's bad that's that's can you keep your.

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"dane" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"dane" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"With Michael Rosenbaum Hey guys hope you had a great weekend Ryan thanks for being here with me thanks for having we've actually been here like the whole day with me it's been a day we we've done a couple of episodes yeah I was like well you you can go home or like I stay here so got some lunch and I took a nap it was roommates I know yeah I didn't I didn't care wow now and I keep trying to bring you guys great gas and You keep listening and again we're just trying to grow this show so anything you can do I try to answer your tweets I tried to answer any question ends and thank you from the bottom of my heart the new podcast in love with Michael Rosenbaum Chris Ullivan is out we have some great guests coming up on that one too so keep listening to that if you're not check it out and my band left on Laurel the album is out folks save by the ground order it on I tunes you listen to any platform the merge store you can go to inside you store actually we're selling the merge there's vinyls that are numbered there are there's just so much cool shit so listen to the band I think he liked the music we're gonNA play a song at the end of this episode from the album and I I hope Geyser you're you're digging it and I think that's about it the guests today though is I knew Dane Cook I knew a little bit about him we see each other like some parties in the past and you know I I just you know I know but after this interview I got I'm telling you he's so open and I can tell I always like when I feel like Ryan I felt he'd like the interview like he was really enjoying it you guys got along you you made a friend today a friend he's like he's like I want to be your friend I was thinking that I really just like the guy he's been through a lot he talks about everything was there anything he just didn't talk about his parents dying his his brother embezzling show I mean I just like him I feel like he's just a genuine guy he's been through shit ton you know knocking down it gets back he's the definition of resiliency in a lot of ways and I just had a really a lot of fun with this one so let's get inside Dane Cook Pawn.

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"dane" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"dane" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Hey, guys, brand new podcast, and I've been excited for this one for a while it saying cook, it's Dane cook. I've been back and forth with Dane for a while now, and you know, Dane is always been very very private person. There's a lot Dane doesn't talk about. No that I've no Dane for about twenty years. And I knew podcasting took off a new Dane was going to be awesome at it. But I knew it wasn't going to be the first thing you wanted to do. We talk about that a little on the podcast today. But he does not have a pocket. It's not Dane is interesting. He's he's an interesting guy because. He didn't have a problem. Chatting. I got. He didn't have a problem chatting with fans and hanging out and doing a meet and greet and staying in line and talking to everyone and replying everyone. But there's something about him. That is very very very private. He's not an extrovert as people to magic. It's so funny. Knowing him as long as I've known him and hearing people talk about him and the way they perceive him and then go, and that's not the guy at all. All it must be fun. It's funny at highest shit would Dane and you're like, oh, he doesn't party at. All. Right. He's never drank ever once in his life, never drink. Never it. Just it just this. We talk about on the podcast. We talk about that. We talk about trust issues. Dane, you know, Dame talks about you know, what it was like to go from broke to to set for life to broke again. Right. Must have been terrifying. He talks about on the podcast. It's a great interview. It really is a wholesome when we got done. I was you guys know sometimes I. I do better interviews when I'm like super fucking excited. Yeah. The guy. Yeah. It's something. That's why I suck at a as a podcast or do. I did suck really gotten a lot better. I've gotten a lot lot better as a podcast. Nobody would listen. I know, but but in the beginning when I first started this there, I can tell you exact episodes where I was like hungover didn't know who the person was at all didn't do any research and didn't have any reason for didn't even have. I mean, I was horrible. And then you'd get guys like cigar or Burr or Ari or Joey or rob Riggle or the people that I got excited to talk to or that drove conversations, and you could really tell when those popped up I've gotten better, I think I've gotten a lot better since halston started working for me. I got better because I didn't have to watch levels that was what throw me off because I was constantly watching level. So like recording this conversation. And I've been able to focus on the person I'm talking to and not worry about anything else in that has gotten. I think that was probably the number one advancement in this podcast Allston not just for the technical side. But just taking alleviating worry off me. But I got done. And I said I said, what did you tell what did you say host? Then I said, what did you think about that podcast? It's one of the best ones you've ever done. Yeah. It's a good one. But once again, it's like I'm emotionally invested in the body cast. I loved Dan known Dane for a while. And he's on tour. You can go to his tour and find him on tour Dane, cook dot com. It is all. Hill talk about all this. I'm not going to put words in his mouth. But I think it's the best work. He's doing I think it's it's hints of who we all fell in love with of Dane of how he worked and an a more introspective. Danny's a lot calmer as a person a lot more grounded. I remember telling him that at the at the bar at the improv bar one time he was like most my parents in a month kind of his bluffs built his parents very quickly. And then his, you know, hit that fall out with his brother, and we talk about that a tad bit. It's great interview, you're going to absolutely love it. And I really implore you if you do like the interview if you had fun could check out Dane live. He's on tour. Go I'm telling you that comedy's just Abboud and right now, so many great and Dane daynuss part of the we've you really look at this Dane is almost. Solely responsible for the comedy. Boom. We're living in. Yeah. He introduced comedy to so many people. Yeah, he was people's first foray into comedy. It was he was the guy in the dorm room where people like a certain age, nobody if you think about it. He introduced all that generation comedy. Yeah. That's what I think a lot of generation of comedy. And a lot of people found some people didn't like it. Some people liked it some people like I like Hedberg better. I like I like all college Janine better and everyone found their camps in a weird way before that comedy. I mean, I remember I remember comedy before that just wasn't the way it is on the road today. It just wasn't wasn't as vibrant the wasn't. It wasn't in. Now. It's so important with what's going on in society in the media in in in politics, free speech. It's so fucking important. I always go back to this moment. I had. Whereas like, you know, you forget. Your group we depote service last night. And you look around your like really bizarre to go on a member of this group that was all sitting in the main room about three hundred of us. And you're looking around you're like, this is my team. And it's just brilliant, motherfuckers. This is my seal team six by seal team six and you look around. It's just I don't know. There's a great podcast you're gonna fucking love it. I can't wait. You're gonna listen to it. Yeah. I think listen to this almost started listen to Rogan. I did listen to. Rugged touch. Dr Phil a good one. And I have been attempting to listen to him talk to David Lee, Roth Ross out of fucking mind. His God damn. That as a shit house rat fucking crazy. I turn little because sometimes if I see Joe is livestream. I'll just click it on and check it out. And he can't even keep the same thought in one sentence in the middle of the Senate, it will change directions. I don't know. How Joe did that he must Jove must have been like take dot? When is this thing over? See where it goes. Oh, it was hard. I mean, I've watched forty five minutes, and I thought it was three hours long. So I can't follow him. This podcast is brought to you by ZipRecruiter. Ziprecruiter is absolutely fantastic. It is ultimately how we found halston. We put it out there in the universe thing about hiring. If you need if you have the right people like I talked about halston having the right people do the right job. Then you don't have to worry your business. Can excel you can make money in other places that you can focus your attention to other places of your business and with the wrong people you are exhausted. Yes,

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