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"diane fossey" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

04:43 min | 3 months ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

"Okay now that we have you here net. Tell us what you know about now. First of all. How do you pronounce it. Bobo bobo yoga the nobel but nobody novo sex sex. We this article. We will link this in our show notes along with everything else. And what is the connection between Oboe and sex. that's it. yeah honestly you guys. Somebody sent that to me. I'm like oh. Yeah i can tell you talk about this. I have a lot to say on priming sexual behaviors so out here in british columbia. There's two universities. Right university of british columbia in vancouver and then this other place called simon fraser s right nothing. Burnaby at sf. I took a two courses undergrad. Primate behavior courses taught by an extremely extremely famous primatology. That no one's ever heard so back in the late sixties early seventies. jane goodall got santo by the leakey's right. So is mary. And like richard leakey or Louis leakey and mary leakier the parents and they sent out janko to chimpanzees. Diane fossey to study mound girls and then my proof baru galdikas to study a rang attacks. She's one of the three angels of like the leakey's founding scientists and primatology essentially found the first Human the first ones. Who did it. Yeah like no. It was So the paleontologist once you've found the fossils where the leakey's and then they sent out Goodall fossey and galdikas To study primates so that they can make that connection between the fossils and also human behavior by studying primates in kind of fill in the picture of the past right so when jane goodall was studying chimpanzees she crossed the river one day and saw these different looking chimpanzees and they became known as the bonobos. They are a type of chimpanzees. Sopa no goes and shimshon have sex and produce viable offspring that can also produce offspring So they're not a different species They're not lake Mules that way like donkey horse. Yeah exactly and then they're sterile rate so But they're different in all other ways from so chimps are psychopaths right. They will rip your arm off and beat you to death with your own arm.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Getting to live these long full lives but they might get an infection and die from that our old age they also died from respiratory disease so that can be a big problem for them okay. I got to bring this up just because it's unavoidable. So i grew up and i saw guerrillas in the mess. I'm like this woman is an absolute hero. I got into anthropology in a little bit different story about her. And i don't know how comfortable you are talking about that. But i guess. I heard that the the criticism of her was as she probably wasn't as detached of an observer. She may be should have been. Maybe diane fossey. Jane did i say jane. Oh yeah yeah is in. The midst was sigourney. Weaver wonderful actress playing dian fossey very popular movie in my youth but i guess the the criticism was was. She was to interactive with them Which they believe lead to some desensitizing of their fear of humans which led to poachers having easier access to them. Also i think she got into some wars with poachers. She burnt down one of their camps and they retaliated by killing twelve grill. Something horrendous i would feel unethical. Did not mention that. It's a little bit of a rocky past. Yeah i think for sure. I mean diana originally went there just like jane and so the three the leaky ladies as they call them. Sometimes she was picked by louis leakey to go and study released. She had no formal scientific background. She was thirty four years old when she went. I think about this woman who just picked up her life and moved to africa to lip. She first started in congo and after six months was kicked out because of civil unrest she actually was arrested by the military and she didn't give up so she went over to the rwanda side. She's like if you seen in the movie she's like gorillas don't know country boundaries. So i'm just going to move over to rwanda and start the research center there. And i think one of diane's greatest legacies is that she did lose her impartiality which i would say jane did as well and they were kind of the first to do that to see these animals not as numbers but as individuals and as she got to know them as individuals and tell their story it changed the way people thought about gorillas so they used to be king kong ferocious beast and now they're nickname is gentle giant and so she completely changed public perception.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:16 min | 10 months ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is science Friday. I'm Ira Flatow. In case you're just joining us. We're talking with Sir David Atten borough and science writer Johnny Hughes about the new book and Netflix documentary a life on our planet. So David in the book, you interest first, some moments from your own career as a broadcaster like the story of your encounter with the guerrillas. Diane Fossey was studying. Tell us about that, please. That was for a series called Life on Earth, which you referred to, and I wanted to. Make the point about the opposable thumb with the fact that the personal forefinger and thumb which gave you a grip, but you had to do if you were a primary, coming around in trees and trying to pluck fruit and leaves how that could equally well, we used for holding tools. And once you could hold tools where you could hold a pen on so on. So that was the hinge moment when the pathway to humanity was clear. On guy thought what we would think of an ape that we could do that I thought we do with chimpanzees. But the producer concerned, said, No. We could do it with chimps are all very well but gorillas A very few people have seen them in film filmed in the mild, Andre I had this extraordinary American. Scientists who was habituated someone I said she'll. She'll never allow us to come there. You wouldn't want if you're science that you wouldn't want anyone. But he wrote, and she welcomed us on, so we were able to do what we wanted to do because she had habituated, though she was very ill at the time and couldn't come with us. On Andre were doing what I wanted them to do with the opposable thumb on Way would get doing fine on by. I just position myself to speak, and suddenly I was outta hand. Come on top of my head. Um, uh, big, heavy hand and then a huge back finger came along. Open my mouth, push on my finger and push my lower Jordaan. On looked inside my mouth and this was an immense female gorilla. Ondo. All thoughts of the opposable thumb disappeared rather quickly on d I I actually I mean, I was in paradise. Really? I mean, it was delirium a next to ordinary privilege that because I'm not the one microsecond. Was I concerned about safety because she was clearly clearly amiable, gentle million shift to see me. On guy shall lay back and investigated. My They're my face from one another. And then I felt a weight on my feet. And there were a little babies. Two of them on day started undoing my shoes. On guy couldn't talk about the opposable thumb, then either. Eventually they called away. But how long? Itwas? I don't know. I really don't know, but I would think it was 5 10 minutes, but it was it was in paradise and I was so emotionally exhausted. There's a consequence of it. I could simply couldn't go on doing just kind of know. So I crawled back to the crew. And they had actually laid off filming because I don't know how much film they got in in on the machine. The time on the camera on DSA there, don't he thought about I know a couple of minutes of of what was, I think about it, least 10, but it was a moment of profound importance in my life privately, but it also caused a huge Huge sensation when it was shown on television. I mean, it's a commonplace now, but but it wasn't then you have been to so many places and seen so many things are they're ones that stand out to you like this one another one more than all the rest. That that's the one that is. That is the one but there are lots of others. I mean, you go to the Galapagos. Well, hundreds of thousands of people go to Europe. A guess, but each of us, I think you'll go there. I find it absolutely breathtaking that you consider alongside birds that are not in the least frightened of you sitting a nesting birds, and there's just a mistake. It's heaven for a filmmaker because they just sit there. Let you film but also I mean swimming with marine iguanas is a next ordinance sensation and with seals coming, Dorsey lands With those You got out because you're tameness is also a nun. Forgettable experience. I was interested in the beginning of your film where you open up in a desolate school in Chernobyl. That must have been really scary. Yes. No, no. Yes. And no. Because I mean, it wasn't deserted. I mean, there were a lot of green things there. The words a lot of birds I have to say, and nor were there a lot of insects. But he said, I didn't hear them. But the really, really evocative things was walking through the buildings and in the school, for example, seeing kids notebook on the floor. Uh, Just where they had left him that killed them in. They came in and said Everybody leave, then ours And so the place is all sorts of things lying around. I mean, there's a playground there with roundabout and right on, just rest, rusting away and blowing in the wind. Very creepy. That point of view. You end your film on a very cautiously hopeful Note. You've show us your vision of how we've lost to diversity of species on the planet. You talk about how we are headed in global warming, too. Perhaps catastrophic. And yet you are end on a very cautiously hopeful note. Why is that? Because I think it's the case. Um, I think both John and I think that the judge is really the case that we can get out of this. We're not going to get out of it back to senses the 19 twenties or anything, but we can escape disaster if we act on. That's why I cop which is coming up the end of next year here in Britain is so important. It's almost our last chance. It seems to me That we're going to be able to get back into some kind of stability of Andre prevent that it is Astor's, which we shall clearly in in the film on the book. Johnny, Do you agree with that? I I know as a writer and producer. You must have had some idea about how where you were going to end this. This the book and the film. Yeah, I do agree. I think the possibility is there and Just as we were talking about earlier. The human beings we can solve problems when we're faced with them. That's the thing that we do do we can change the world. That's what got us into this mess. As we have this power and ability to change the entire planet. So we can turn all of that capability to get us out of this problem as well. We uniquely perhaps have this ability to Assess our surroundings and forecast the future on guy. Guess that's what David and I were trying to do in the book. And then the film is to give. What science now predicts is going to be the future if we don't change On bits terrifying enough for sure to stimulate a different kind of reaction in us and I think the signs are there that we're seeing that.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Table one Meg Ryan did this they're inviting women to show up sit there in that in that chair at the table and the producer on orgasm give me some of that right now but no you don't you don't you do chill when you do what is her name the lady who was to let the monkeys they killed her JJ in Jane Goodall might not know Diane Fossey that was she was the gorillas gorillas in the mist okay am I speaking Jane got off the line okay so that Bessie got killed yeah the poachers guilty of course to kill the one doing it is what she did is amazing cut it out jump into the the thing with alliance United do good time well she was she did great tell the munchies no she brought no they didn't mark the poachers there all the time just killed her right the group as those of the idiots that hotel you're right you're right I stand corrected all right but you often will imitate heart and it sounds a little bit off yeah right Dutch Jane Goodall yeah it's so it's not Diane policy right now what what is Jane Jane Goodall just makes those she found she was impersonating how should pay these actually sound how may sound she wasn't trying to do argh what would you do that you sound like make right right when Harry met Sally so if you don't believe me I'll let the audience listenin god you'll do your best Jane Goodall if you want to use today in did die if you go to in points to win.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Shutdown at the bottom of the hour. Kris Ankarlo is gonna join us. He made his way out to Joshua tree. To check out. How the national park system is handling the government shutdown. No Bueno on Wall Street. Stocks are down after apple reported a slowdown in iphone sales over the holidays in China. The Dow down five nineteen we welcome in Justin Worsham, host of the dad podcast. We're talking about some of these parenting trends coming up this year that we can probably expect I got one that. I think you're gonna like we were talking about the tech stuff. There's still some more. Tech stuff that I think this. I want to see what your thought is the guy who has the nineteen points technology contractors? And by the way, thank you for bringing that up. We spent the part of the holiday with my sisters and one of my sisters has contracts for her kids posted in their rose. How similar are they yours? I think hers was a fourteen point. Yeah. Got. There'll be some more manageable. I was very proud of sorry stepped on that flip phones are making a comeback for parents who do not want to navigate the woes of smartphones and internet access, but still want the benefit of having contact. Now I've seen that. And actually, we have some other friends who are dealing with this issue of kids in that age range between say eight and fourteen where the complaint is everyone has a phone. I don't have a phone. I'm not cooler. I can't keep up or whatever that might be a great. Problem. It's been interested. We we have a cell phone that I keep at the house for like if I'm going to the store or something like that. If the kids need to call me or and then I use it if my kid goes to a friend's house if he ever needs to reach me kind of a thing. But what's funny? My dad gave him one of his old like Google pixel phones. And so my kids are used to now Siri and Google type stuff, and they use it to as a timer because when they play video games, we make them have a fair amount of time each time. And so literally watching my kids being the first generation of voice activation or like, hey Surrey. Start the timer for twenty minutes, and then a talked him to go. And then if something happens to Surrey, stop pause the timer and serial pause the timer, then they'll figure out whatever fight they're having cert- resume timer. Like, you could just and I don't know if it's me with grandpa heads around my sternum, or if this is a more effective way. But it is I was watching them like like Diane Fossey grill is in the middle. Over. What did I on Fosse? Do. I don't know. I don't know why that name jumped him I think they're both. What was chimpanzees with griller? You're in the arena there, but I was talking to somebody over the holidays about kids getting in trouble for doing their math homework using like what's five plus two seven times eight kind of thing. And I think it was my sister in law was saying, well, how does the kid know any better when the kids sees mom using Alexa for Donna crap. All the time. Alexa is not that different than us. Having a calculator. Like, there's there's a viral video of a kid doing his math homework that I recently saw where he was basically asking Alexa for the answer. We have to start using word echo to I've learned because anytime we say that we turn people's things on or off would you should pick a new name for the word. Oh. Mike. I would also like to throw out there while you're thinking of if you. Peanut butter. Is that if you call it an echo like I like the idea now of echo fighting. I did this with my friend on his birthday or his wife was giving me sass or whatever. So to fight back. I told I told the echo to order a Tiffany's bracelet for him because you could just cast. And it's funny because you still have to finalise. But yeah. Watching the fear in people's eyes fun. So definitely a spread like wildfire. So flip phones the thing that I think you guys, I I would hope I don't know. But it's come up a lot on this show. The segment is we talk about the pendulum swing right? Like, there's a lot of we talk about lawnmower parenting. That's definitely neutron where people are mowing down adversity for their kids and getting obstacles out of the way. We'll the new trend is a native parenting is coming back around and before beating kids in two thousand hundred. Yes, no. Means that which is so funny. I actually this is how they define the parenting. And I think this is really interesting because I think all of us would just call it parenting. It's called it's having expectations for kids, but providing them with the resources and emotional support they need to succeed. Listening to your children and pivoting based on their opinions placing limits on their behavior and fair and consistent discipline when rules are makes perfect sense. Because not one style is going to work for every kid. Correct. I couldn't agree with you more. You know, it's funny that you use the word expectation that because we had a conversation over the break with my daughter about expectations versus hopes. She was saying that we are expecting a lot of her in terms of grades or college or whatever, and we had to couch that are we had to correct that and say, listen, we hope that you're successful. We have an expectation that you'll try to be. But we don't, you know, the expectation is not that you're gonna get straight A's or that you're going to go to the best college. We hope you do that'd be great. And we want to give. You the tools to do that? But the expectation is not or our expectations. Don't matter. What you know? What you expect of yourself is what matters perfect example of you pivoting based on their opinions. That's great. And that's what I think I think that I always call by consider myself to be an authoritative parent because there's a lot of yelling in my house. I'm not gonna mix any I listen, I get up on them when they're being apples. I tell them they're being Apple's echoed knock it off. Get your shoes on we're moving. It's go time. Do you say apple or do you say the real words, I say the real world? I curse words. Fly like crazy in my household. We'll find out if they're damaged and they can't. A job interview. But I just feel like I would much rather than me at thanksgiving. We'll see if the romaine lettuce is good or bad. I don't know. I don't care. I.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

"As a class. This is master class with Ellen Degeneres. I believe in an intelligence by believe there's something that created all of us in all of this. And that there's no way that we just accidentally appeared you can call it. God it's just it's a label that we all decided to put on this intelligence. You think about a man in a white beard and a robe? And I don't know why people think God doesn't have regular clothes. Why God always has to have a robe on? It just seems like couldn't God be wearing a suit or something. I don't know when I was a kid. I wanted to be Diane Fossey, I read National Geographic. That's the only magazine we had in the house. I just was fascinated by Africa. I was fascinated by the guerrillas. And I thought that's what I want to do. I'm going to live in Africa. And I'm gonna save the gorillas, and I'm going to devote my life to that. And somewhere along the line. I realized that I don't like mosquitoes and bugs, and there's a lot of them in the jungles. So I decided maybe there's something else for me to do. But it was very clear to me. I saw things that that other people didn't see and I saw things that weren't either valued or understood or paying attention to. And that's I think why became a comedian because I noticed all the little spaces between all the things that everybody else paid attention to I paid attention to the in between stuff, I was very much tomboy and climb trees and loved animals, and collected everything that was outside that was hurt needed saving. The first thing that I collected was I was at camp. I think I was like ten and some kids were all gathered around and squealing and making noise, and I was trying to figure out what they were doing. They had a stick, and they were poking this baby bird that had obviously fallen out of the nest, and it had no feathers on it was covered with ants, and I ran over and picked it up and held it until it came back to life. And because it was just kind of in shock. I took it home. And I fed it with an eyedropper. I remember helping it learn how to fly, and I remember it just stayed with me just stayed on my finger and it just flew around the porch. I didn't have a doubt in my mind. When I was a kid that I was going to save that thing, and it was gonna live. And I think that's why it did live as an adult, and I look back on how tiny that thing was and how fragile it was. It's it's a miracle. That lived my mom, my dad, my brother Vance and myself, we were very middle-class. We weren't wealthy and fame and money and celebrity was a big deal. So I saw that as a young kid. And so I knew that that would make me special if I was famous, and if I was rich, then people would think I was special. My dad was funny. He was really silly kind of corny. But he was funny and my mother's funny. She's she's very dry and very sarcastic. And I guess she was always funny. I don't remember her so much. Being funny when I was growing up as she is. Now, I grew up in well everywhere around New Orleans. We move about every two years just far enough away to start a new school because it was in a different area. So still in New Orleans, but different schools every two years. My parents divorced when I was thirteen. It was very non-communicative household. So when when the divorce happened when it was just announced that they were divorcing. It was a shock..

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"And then savannah sticks around to do an interview for the today show because she doesn't get out here a lot. And again is Kevin said it started out lots of fun. They were having a good time and then sort of the the moment that we're all in came up with the confirmation hearings of bread cabin and women telling their stories of women coming out and finally feeling confident and strong to tell their stories more and more. You had like a a lot of side hustles because you also have this house flipping thing that you import view. It's not really how slipping we buy a house and we love it and we stay in it. And then we get a little bored because we like a different style or different aesthetic. And I love furniture and I love decorating. So if I find something else and we make money, it turns out that why not move to another house. That's flipping. Okay. But it's not intentional. I was reading an interview. You did recently he, you said that you knew when you were young that you would be famous or the fame was important to you to achieve? Yeah. No, I didn't think I'd be famous, but my parents were very very, I would say almost obsessed with a lot of people are interested in fame, but we didn't have money and we never owned a home. We lived in an apartment so we would look at houses every Sunday. We'd go to open houses and we could never afford a house is a kid. I thought that was going to be my house. And now I just by as many houses as I can. You know. I wonder how you felt about fame now because we don't know each other all that well, but I always think that when I see you in person, there's a certain shyness about you. I'm not kind of a, you know, need attention person. I guess I'm shy, but I think what I think about fame now is people start out in this business. They start out trying to get love or approval. It doesn't fill a void. I mean, you have to fill that yourself. You have to know you're good enough and you're in a solid person without someone else's approval. This year, Ellen has found new purpose through a foundation created in her name, a sixtieth birthday gift from Porsche Rossy, her wife of ten years when we first got together, she said, what would you do if you didn't? If you weren't in this business? And I said, I would like to work with endangered species. And specifically, I realized Diane Fossey when I was a little girl. So we're now building the Ellen Degeneres campus with the Diane Fossey foundation. She said that. You often would remark at home doing enough. Am I doing enough giving away tens of millions of dollars through this show and through your good fortune? Yeah, you still feel like that sometimes. Oh yeah. We try to help as many people as we can, but there are a lot of people, but you know, so many people need help and I can only do so much. You know, right now my platform is this show, and I hope that it says an escape for people from what's going on in the world. But sometimes the heart wrenching issues of the day come to her doorstep like this week with actress, busy Phillips last week with the cavenaugh hearings. I saw Dr Ford take, and you know, I write about my own experience being raped at age fourteen, I was a fifteen, and I had something happened to me. You have talked about your own experience. With abuse, and I just wondered how you feel this moment is impacting our country and you personally well, as as a victim of sexual abuse, I am furious at at people who don't believe it and who say, how do you not remember exactly what day it was?.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"So let's talk for a minute about Beth bears. Absolutely love adore bet. She's a, she's a fun girl. We first met Beth bears when she was the star of show called to brokers. That's right. That's what the show was called to brokers and they were roommates. Beth bears character and cat Demings. Yeah, and it was a fun show that was on CBS for a few years and she did our show and it was her first appearance on our show was just one of those magical first appearances where she loved Ellen and she loved the show. I had to my game. You have changed since you got married. Wow, thank you. Yeah, congratulations. Thank you. So where did you do it? I saw pictures. It looked beautiful, thank you. It was the best day of my life truly is. There was a horse involved to Ellen. There were so many animals like honestly, just been excited to tell Ellen about the animal part because I got married on this ranch right outside of Jackson Hawaii Ming. And in the morning, it started with horses. I had breakfast with them by myself at six in the morning. And then when we were taking the photos of the national park, a herd of buffalo just crossed the national park while we were there. I Jackson Hole like eight times never seen one buffalo herd on our wedding morning. Then a hummingbird came like literally right in my face is my mom was putting on my. Just not part of the thing called. I don't know the part of the dress that I wore that was beautiful. And then I rolled up in a cherry red vintage pickup truck with my dad and b. I have these at home and be like on my as I walked down the aisle, and then I wrote lack UD, Bareback and bit list in my wedding. Two. It makes amazing photographer was like, are you going to get on yet? Give me a leg and I was like in my dress, and then I had horse hair the whole night and dirt on my dress. He dancing and it was awesome. That is amazing. That's something that that really would have been Porsches ideal wedding as well right with both of animal, I know, but she really loves the way you do and and whenever she comes back from the barn, I don't let her near me, but she kisses them all the time and she smells like a horse and it's my, it's horrible people. I know you want like a Campbell of it for my dressing room at work because I missed, oh my God, Barnes. So that's amazing. And you're already planning your first anniversary party? Yeah. Well, so for honeymoon, I really wanted to go on safari because I've always wanted to go to Africa, and I've always like wanted to see wildlife in their wild form, and but my husband read this Ernest Hemingway story about a couple that goes to Africa and spy on their honeymoon and the wife kills the husband. So he said he couldn't go for the honeymoon. So I was like, okay, do you think I'm gonna kill you? But I was like, come on. So we're going to go, I think on our first anniversary you need to and you've got to talk to me 'cause I will get you the best the whole place where you should you have to go see Morillas guerrillas. Yeah, video young made me cry. You look so happy there and you're saving them and you're like the new chain coudl. Yeah. Diane, Fossey. Jane Goodall. Does chimp Diane Fossey. Yeah, yes, I, she was my hero when I was growing up, but you have to go see the gorillas and and the Seren Getty you have to go the Seren Getty and you did the giraffe..

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

Tony the Movie Guy

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

"Because then you'll see like a range time apart, like Vago twenty years ago, sacked three billboards just came out lost. Yeah, excellent PEX. She's she's absolutely fantastic. All right. Okay. So next on my list is going Weaver. She was definitely on mine. Okay, good. So she's amazing. Number one, she's just one of the most. She has one of the most iconic characters on the history Ripley from the franchise, especially aliens even though she's great in the first one as well. And even the third one, I, I remember, but the second one, she's just incredible get away from her. You bitch lines from the move from a lot of things, but it's from when the big alien often Newt the little girl and she comes up with the big machine. Away from her. You Burch, she's so good in that. Yeah, anyway, but Ghostbusters she's fantastic and Ghostbusters working girl. Great in that, which is the only film she ever gone Oscar nomination. And she's in the one that I was talking about from the nineties copy, which I really rake serial killer movie avatar of galaxy quest. She's a Larry is in that movie. Never seen galaxy Quinn. It's like a Star Trek spoof. Oh my God. You would love that movie, Tim, Allen, and Samra close in. Gorillas in the mist. I've seen that such an underrated credible. She got on the nation for I watched that movie in the eighties in Africa with my father. Oh, wow. That film really made an impression on me because it's the true story of Diane Fossey who saved all these carrillo's and she was like mud. She was like two bits in her tent us a powerful film. Oh heartbreak, because as well with with big Buddha, like the navy. And if I love Hewitt hopper is a really good film Jason Lee and Gene Hackman. Rave movie. Yeah, anyway. So going Weaver is great. But again, she would make less just for Ripley. I agree. Okay. I'm going back. Michelle FIFA. Oh my God. So like steak, I totally overlooked too. I love Neil FIFA. Okay. See. She's so I so have I in my childhood and lady Hawke which I how and then which is of Eastwick Scarface dangerous liaisons. It lies beneath. I love the fabulous Baker boys you ever see that. Struggles, the piano and sings all my that That I I can. can. I I was. was boy, just those movies, August stardust. I love her has again, double edged. I mean, cheese be useful, especially a the day, but she's so good. Wasn't she in Hesperia as well? Yes, that's right. John Travolta. Yeah, I love Michelle. Pfeiffer is a total emission. But again, you realize that's probably hundred, totally. But I had to happy. She's made such an impression in so many films for me from my childhood on would that man return can't women all my God. She was absolutely fantastic. Yeah, that's a great pick..

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"diane fossey" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"She several times. Then I realize I have no skill. Tell me Guiseley comes to my office was some, hey, brides games like I could Mike. So. Tommy's face Italian soap, tummy soap. Do you feel duct clean. All right. So we're done. I think we all Jan good worked with chimpanzees. Not guerrillas is she? Oh, she likes also murdered, wasn't she? That's another person. Oh, Sigourney Weaver, Sigourney Weaver got murdered going wave. It was joined good old, Jane Goodall, still alive how she teaching a masterclass. If she was murdered ghosts. Yes, she's teaching a week Razi. Oh, oh, we can laugh about the original cast in gonna. Movie ghost was pulled HOGAN really before Patrick Swayze was hugging, crocodile. Dundee was no one film in the will. They wanna pull Hagan to do it. Paul HOGAN could not make pottery like, no, it would be a different film, but it would just be pulled Haagen going. I asked that black woman if I can jump in her body because I want to tell Demi Moore Ditto yeah, Daime Daime lab de mate. You call that a d do. Go tell you, Mike putt with you Comey. When Mike in apart that is a weird fact. It is a true fan, but he didn't because he met a write a movie himself, almost an angel, and he thought it'd be too many angel movies in one year, make sense. I would have preferred whole Cogan. Oh, that's what I meant was hulk on. Okay. I was like this angel brother. Body, we're going to be a ghost. He would have used the end. Diane Fossey worked with guerrillas. She'll be dared. You'll be doing a masterclass from had working with guerrilla now. She said she got murdered in Rwanda. That's the Sigourney Weaver one. Yeah, they there is that she was. She was, he goes, do you ever wonder what your life could be like, come and work with guerrillas her mouth, homeland chain, Fosse Diane. I'm the person who invented fussy hands. The gays, enjoy so much now the doing it because there's one singular sensation every single step. She takes Bravo apes. And that's the Broadway show apes like cats, but you're the put out is whether it gets very, very fish when they go into the audience that just rip the Feis off paper. I wanna see the musical. Abe still make contact. Got they're throwing shit misdemeanor, possibly. Well, never. Was there an ape like the one that through shit, you right now? Yes, they sing is good memories, but it's good memories. Because one of the Tate's because they're similar body to us. This is why the podcast should have ended a long time ago, but I'm learning plays right into the Twitter hashtag favorite animal for a musical, and why hashtag my favorite animal for musical copycats because cats already exist. What would be your favorite animal for musical forest? Dogs dogs Rosas. Shit. She turned back anyway, so that's. So anyways, how dogs the musical go for? How what are you? What would it be about? Yeah, that'd be like the song memories memories, but you only went to work and then I panicked. And then you've got back. I was happy you aback or on colorblind. I don't see color. Yeah, you got that CHU CHU fetch I wanna live forever. I want you to throw the ball, return it back. Can't you do this. Arrive. We can't use, you say, drive you insane jive. You say drive you insight, right. Well, we can't use any of that because that sounds like the song just beep every five seconds. It's sort of dead anyway. So. Who's that. The lady who thinks you think the song is today? I didn't say that. If there's a topic you want us to talk about tweet, Jeffrey show. Please subscribe and follow us on apple podcasts, Spotify, Google, play Stitcher. Orient ever you listen to podcasts. Forever. Jaffar. I mean, I don't know what else. I mean. Destroyer. This has been a comedy central podcast..

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"diane fossey" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"Nls at find to find eventually and that's a great thing about being bipolar if you need to find something you know you will you won't stop it's the dog with a bine so eventually found studying diane fossey was a name and she she did this study with chimps i think about twenty thirty years ago and she noticed that there was some chimps that displayed icy day in bipolar type highly anxious kind of tendencies the ostracized they said on the outside of the clan though a particularly nervous hypersensitive though bullied but what happened is they were the ones that could he danger in the middle of the night they stayed away call night and that could hear things i could smell things she took this particular these these chimps away from the clan they'll the group they survived six months and then it disbanded and the whole group the power of the group dependent and that i think is really really interesting that it suggests to me it has obviously too many others that you know these anchor quirks have existed in our being because we've needed hypersensitive people i mean often say it was probably a bipolar person that went over the hill and you know it was brave enough to venture away from the pack and went on my god guys these people over the hill of invented the single the wheel we really should get onto it you know and if you look around today some of the best creatives i mean politicians thinkers inventors entrepreneurs have incredibly debilitating at times anxiety so that type of anxiety i believe is an evolutionary quirk that exists for raisin a very beautiful reason it keeps us safe it keeps us progressing forward as as a reis res humanity then is another type of things id and i call it every day or fair enough anxiety it's the exiled whether there's a trigger i can tell you now that my bipolar my cd it doesn't really have a trigger most.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Superpredators the apex predators it has a huge effect on everything else as you can imagine in the same with tigers and leopards leopard populations have decreased significantly so that's the cats if we look at primates all of the non human primates almost all of them are in trouble something like seventy percent of them are considered to be potentially listed as endangered or are endangered okay brian this is all very depressing talking about the sixth extinction on planet earth now you spend your time rolling roaming around the world studying wildlife have you seen any examples where we're starting to get it right and maybe slow down or reverse this trend and you know i think that's that's an important note to end on because it's easy to get very depressed about the global situation and we do have a very serious problem confronting us but i look at some of the successes that i've seen for for instance just to give you an example i just was in rwanda last month and the mountain gorilla population which was i made famous by george shower and followed soon after by diane fossey in those days george shower said that the guerrillas would probably be extinct by the turn of this last century and he now happily admits that he was very wrong the population is now somewhere around nine hundred individuals which is still a razor blade edge of survival but it beats the heck out of the three or four hundred that were found when he and diane fossey i started to study the girl is in the forests of rwanda and uganda so there are some some examples like that it is possible to to preserve these jewels of what planet earth still has and there are still many of those jewels left it's not all a horrible story well we also heard this week about ideas to use advanced dna technology in in vitro fertilization with sudan's genetic material to bring back the northern white rhino so is that the kind of solution you think we should be looking at well you know that's a lovely story.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Superpredators the apex predators it has a huge effect on everything else as you can imagine in the same with tigers and leopards leopard populations have decreased significantly so that's the cats if we look at primates all of the non human primates almost all of them are in trouble something like seventy percent of them are considered to be potentially listed as endangered or are endangered okay brian this is all very depressing talking about the sixth extinction on planet earth now you spend your time rolling roaming around the world studying wildlife have you seen any examples where we're starting to get it right and maybe slow down or reverse this trend and you know i think that's that's an important note to end on because it's easy to get very depressed about the global situation and we do have a very serious problem confronting us but i look at some of the successes that i've seen for for instance just to give you an example i just was in rwanda last month and the mountain gorilla population which was i made famous by george shower and followed soon after by diane fossey in those days george shower said that the guerrillas would probably be extinct by the turn of this last century and he now happily admits that he was very wrong the population is now somewhere around nine hundred individuals which is still a razor blade edge of survival but it beats the heck out of the three or four hundred that were found when he and diane fossey i started to study the girl is in the forests of rwanda and uganda so there are some some examples like that it is possible to to preserve these jewels of what planet earth still has and there are still many of those jewels left it's not all a horrible story well we also heard this week about ideas to use advanced dna technology in in vitro fertilization with sudan's genetic material to bring back the northern white rhino so is that the kind of solution you think we should be looking at well you know that's a lovely story.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"And it's gonna weaver was always weird like they were yelled together area late yet was always not getting the parts which lies always plan like this the weird sister or even the moms like meryl's on genera which if you think about it is kind of weird but you know sigourney doing alien yeah creates the female driven action which action hero have evils ifi action heroin even more specific yeah which is so funny and then because she gets notoriety she is able to do cool stuff like working girl right you know what i mean and and you know the ice storm later later on her area because she is wellknown guerrillas in the mess s tie affect don't ever daughter number at night in at number eighty two dolts mesa voting serve you by opec i was going to say and never twenty right after that is okay well first of all let's repeat that don't tell me isn't oranje cancer you buy o'hare and we'll number twenty right after that is only on guerrilla yes i slept i've never seen in no i watched guerrillas in the most an epa environmental science that's why it and i say skipped that were another clouds and are not ruining it because this really happened to diane fossey but at the end of the movie like i didn't know what happened is iin infancy it's very tragic way if not ging good all no jingle in our lives to this day well it in in gorillas animists chiller allied right she gets murdered by buyers who stabbed her to death while she sleep guerrilla de be no no no no.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"In the history of this planet and what hugo achieved was nothing short of a miracle from a cinematic standpoint and would gene achieve was nothing short of a miracle and so to me this is straight up the greatest archival project that there is that pretty much health is my question i say that goes back to the rockstar thing gene is the world's greatest right from what are we think of a rocher's a nonconformists you know i mean richard marx is in roxbury is a departments by jane there is nobody i've ever met who is less of a conformist than jane i mean even the rolling stones when they first one on tv where matching alfed say jane never did janio she is as unique and original as it comes now for people of our generation i'm older than you guys for a lot of men a lot of guys there's a lot of like oh i think i know that story after that story oh isn't she they crazy lady lives with a chimpanzees get her confused with diane fossey oh isn't that guerrillas in the mess i was that guy i was the guy who goes at jane goodall i don't want to see a jingle movie have there been a million jane girl movies so i'm here to tell you i was the person who had no interest in seeing this movie i know one or the person who shared my interest jane goodall shed no interest in seeing another jane goodall movie so the two people most sponsors film had no interest whatsoever in bringing you this movie you mentioned those archives earned and one of the things that actually what you came crossing the beginning of his project was under forty hours off or footage thus prima snow have seen before that was recently discovered none of our footage had been seen before the reason being he shoved reversal film and if they used a shot they took it out and it was used now there are similar shots may watch of i'm ago i've seen a couple of the summer because he goes sometimes with multiple takes you see the initial batch of one hundred fifty hours none of our footage had any sound and none of it was ordered and.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Ologies

"Barrow tag gaba curse germanborn baritay galdikas barrow take all backus god because baritay galdikas verity gaba costs okay i think it's very take all the costs she was hired to study arang attached which it is almost impossible not to say arang a tanks and i've had to edit out so many times have actually said a ring a tang it's a rang a tan it's so hard anyway now diane fossey who steady guerrillas was hired after she traveled to africa in 1963 just wanted in an adventure and i'm going to just shamelessly quote wikipedia here because it's one of my favorite sentences in english englishlanguage she came to leakey's attention by spraining her ankle falling into the excavation and vomiting on a giraffe fossil this whole situation sounds like a really good jennifer aniston movie and i love it also why do you think some of the best perma told us or ladies oh he gets his chance i think it's like a coin flint there have been a lot of theories and books written on that i think you know in those those are the '60s that those woman started they didn't i can i can really only speak to jane goodall because she is the one i know the most but you know she didn't have the science background she didn't have all these preconceived notions of what she should be doing so she just came in and figured it out with very low energy and not a lot of assumptions in kind of was very openminded rather than being trained in this is how you do things which would not work for chimpanzees you can't come at a chimpanzee you have to.

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"diane fossey" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"diane fossey" Discussed on Tara Brach

"That then leads to that judgement then leads to distance and the hatred it keeps our personal lives in is such that we have a hard time having intimacy real intimacy and societally it keeps us at war so one of the real facts of going around in these thoughts one one master was asked to describe the world and has description was lost in thought that we spend most of our time and if you look back through today and just say what was today leg you'll notice that you're a living a lot in a kind of inner dialogue and a virtual reality so we spent a lot of time in it and when were in it and especially when it's highlighted by a lot of judge men and angry or hateful thoughts than that's the whole biochemical mix were living so one of the things it does is it blocks reality there's if you're entering your day or situation our interaction with judgment our buyers it talks it you can't see what's really there there is a many of you might have seen the film gorillas in the midst what i liked about it uh this is a film that diane fossey user feel biologists and she's following in the footsteps of george shailer who is the most famous primate biologists in the world and he returned from the wilds with more intimate and compelling information about guerillas in anybody in past generations had done he found out about their tribal structure in their family life in their meeting behaviors and all of this any attributed to one simple thing.

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