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Tyron Woodley vs. Matt Brown: Who Would Win This Hypothetical Fight?
"I think tyron woodley is obviously a hard puncher doesn't have a diverse boxing attack in one of these guys accused dunham as being hesitant and i think they kinda knew all things former champ avenge ben atkins loss. So we got. That tied can talk a good game. Getting older yeah. Let's take this thing will be faced and then a safe and then when they noticed that this was a close fight. I think they're going to go back the okay. That was a close one against the guy that's kind of hesitant and is getting older. We gotta be careful here because if there's someone that likes to at all no problem matt brown for example matt brown saying the king of ohio or something like that see. I don't think we've ever accused him of being hesitant and he can throw hands. He is older but a but he's older not hesitant. I don't know now as your strong i think cumulative punch fis yes he can put you out the same way time on can do it with one punch so i don't know that might be dangerous. Fight for what do you think it's just. I don't know that matt brown skills transfer over to boxing. You know what. I mean like the timing of it speed is going to be a big factor. I think but on at the same on the same now. It's like i. I don't know that jake. Paul zach great. Either that he could explain things like that he probably be in the same boat that he would be with would be
Peloton Instructor Matt Wilpers Describes His Coaching Philosophy
"Let's hear a little bit more about your coaching philosophy. Then whether you're working with a lena dunham or a cyclist or a runner one on one or your coaching to like. We said to tens of thousands of athletes through the screen. What is your philosophy is the goal like i want to secretly motivate you and change your life or is it like i want you to better understand form and how to be an athlete. What what's top of mind for you. Well it really comes back to the athletes. Not about what i want. It's about what the athlete once and in creating an environment where they feel comfortable that they can they. Can you know. I guess vulnerable but also like go for it and set them in setup Set up a session or training plan or whatever they feel like very much in control in control their destiny but also create a very positive. Atmosphere had a lot of coaches in my life. And i don't respond well to negative reinforcement and i've made it my mission to be a positive reinforcement encouraging person. Because i've i've seen the best comes out of me in that kind of environment that kind of atmosphere. That's really who. I tried to be as like you know train hard train. Smart like understand what you're doing but have fun in if you make a mistake it's okay like you're you're still heading in the right direction So yeah do you have a favorite type of person or athlete to work with and to coach like do you love beginners. Do you love really experienced people people with specific goals. Is there something that gets you the most excited You know it's it's a great question because Yeah it's it's a really great question. I in terms of experience athlete. I think there's someone fun to work with. Every level beginner intermediate advanced. There's always someone fun to work with. But it's like are they coming to. The table are getting the work done. Or is this just a therapy session. If they're getting the work done and we're coming back and we're making progress together and we're having that's fun. That's a lot of fun but if we're if we're just talking about doing that's not fun and so that's that's that's declined that i like to work with is the client that it's getting it done
Report: Federal execution numbers top states' for 1st time
"A newly released report says the U. S. government for the first time is carried out more executions in a year than all states that still conduct executions the report by the death penalty information center says under the trump administration there were ten executions compared to seven by all the states combined many put them on hold because of the corona virus last year states carried out twenty two well the federal government had paused executions for the past seventeen years the center's director Robert Dunham has criticized the way states and the federal government carry out the death penalty singling out problems with racial bias and secrecy the last federal execution is scheduled for January fifteenth Martin Luther king junior's birthday the policy is expected to change when president elect Biden takes office I'm Julie Walker
"dunham" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"I had gone with. Mario lopez lopez. Join me now on. Zoom hilarious comedian. Mr jeff done welcome to the show. Thanks thanks for having me the when i looking at your shirt eighty four all valley karate. Yes this is back when i was in cobra kai competed there. Glad you recognize it right there. That's awesome yes. I remember zooming because you might get mad at me and beat me up. See i thought you were going to point out my my dummy over there in the corner. who frightened is. I'm gonna show you my ventriloquist skills. Later you'll see do push push ups fair enough. You've got a busy back around right there my friend. What what what is going on right there you toy collector or just all props from shows now i just you know i. I really have my childhood on a daily basis Looking at ebay. Just i collect all this stuff. I've had all kinds of interests. I was an only child and every toy of the free world and they're not really not really but i. I had a lot when i was a kid end so when ebay came out it was a it was a dark cold fall down and i just i'm gone back. I've made amazing collections of just fun. Goofy stuff that. I loved the child. That's all yeah. That's fun to do man that's one to do. Well let's talk about the big show tonight. Jeff dunham's completely unrehearsed last minute. Pandemic holiday special sounds like the story of my life this past nine months here tell us what's in store for the show. Well sitting around like everybody. I'm sure most of the people have gone through depression during all this. And like we're gonna do you know when you're out of work especially of former to not be able to go anywhere do anything it was just. I spent this literally since the fifth grade. I have not gone had not gone more than two weeks that doing a show since the stink in fifth grade the older i liked work. Ethic that young. That's cool well something like that. I just haven't always had fun with that. The only time off for my honeymoon and we took a month off. And then it was back on the road and i've been on the road during these arena tours now for ten eleven twelve years and so suddenly go from from one hundred miles an hour to two zero creatures. Yeah i don't know how somebody rock and roll bands. These guys that are royal now. They're handling it because it's like you know forget. Forget about the money. That's one thing but just did not have an outlet for do is. Was it.
Ruth Wilson quit The Affair because she 'didn't feel safe'
"To talk about Dominic West. But by way of Ruth Wilson and I know you're saying to yourself self. Who are these people? These people? So Ruth Wilson, you were may remember from Showtime's the affair. Now I guess back and I did not watch the show. I have not watched the show. I apologize. But apparently back in 2018. Her character was randomly spoiler alert. She left the show. I'll just put it that way. And apparently, there were some rumors that she left the show at the time. Due to some pay disparity between her and Dominic West. She eventually told The New York Times that that was not true, but she otherwise quote and I'm quoting Perez Hilton now kept mum on the subject. Except to say, quote. There is a much bigger story. Well, apparently this week she's talking more about that story. She didn't interview with stylist Is that like a magazine about stylist? Probably. I mean, you hope, a fashion magazine for sure, she said, Quote. The reason I haven't gone into the affair meaning like what happened there. Is that I haven't worked out how to discuss it. There's a lot of noise and anger surrounding it. And really, the power rests with me to choose how I discuss my life, and my experience is what's important to say is that I did speak up. I did have a voice. I did stand up for myself. There was a situation on the affair where things didn't feel right. And I dealt with them and I managed to protect myself. Well, that That's kind of a shocking statement. Yeah, and this goes back to a story that made headlines at the end of last year, where there were accusations that the show run around the affair. Was running a hostile work environment. Didn't did this person leave or there was some sort of all happened at the time because I vaguely remember. Well, the parent when Ruth Wilson left, it was shocking and one of the things um the reasons why she left is because there were issues with nudity on the set. They're issues. I believe, with some of the sex scenes that were happening at at the lead of the show Runner and one of the show's executive producer, So it was just it was just a gross situation for Ruth Wilson, allegedly and since he left so when she In this most recent interview when she talked about it again. She didn't give a ton of specifics. But again, she does say that she, you know, spoke up at the time and that she defended herself and that she dealt with it or that the issue was dealt with. According to Let's see, Um I don't know if this from the same interview quote it was before me, too. It was before Harvey Weinstein. And yet my instincts were very clear and strong about what I felt was wrong. What was going on What I didn't feel safe about And that refers. I'm assuming to the piece you just ah, red or shared about the nudity that there was a lot of nudity requested of the actresses in a way that did not make her feel comfortable right and saying that there was a much bigger story on the set of the affair, the Hollywood reporter did it. A feature on Ruth Wilson last year and so just to put it into context, a little bit of a timeline she left in 2018. Ruth Wilson left the affair in 28 team, and she was saying that she brought up these issues, you know, like you, said Bradley before me, to which I would say the fall of 2017 is when that really kicked off with the Harvey Weinstein story. Being published in The New Yorker in The New York Times. Allegedly there was an unreported 2017 investigation by Showtime's parent company, CBS into Ruth Wilson's accusations about what was happening on the affair. And that she is restrained by a non disclosure agreement, which is why she's kind of talking around this issue. What I did find interesting is I think this comes also from that 2019 Hollywood reporter piece. In one surprising twist of the tale, the show's executive producer and director, Jeffrey Reiner, was said to have asked Lena Dunham and a dinner party. To persuade Wilson to quote Show her bleeps or at least show some bleep. Yeah. Or bleeps being the upper experience and her bleep being the lower experience meaning like, Can you just get her to show some bleeps? Which this is why I'm so glad that we had the meet to movement. Sure, women everywhere, like Yeah, thanks for showing up bread, But we've talked about this at length It sound like I'm just arriving at this, but To just think about the reality of what women had to deal with, and probably still do to a certain extent, you know, although I would hope post me too less. In Ah, smaller capacity. Just the like. Overt use of their sexuality or bodies in a way that, like other people wouldn't give a second thought to but are now having to question like. Is this a good use of nudity? Is this something we would request of our male co stars? Where it just seemed like women's bodies were. It's just a given. That at some point you should show your breasts or be naked in a you know a scene If you're doing a dramatic role, for example, writer at the very least, the probability if you're female body, somebody who's going to ask you to get nude whether or not you do. It is a whole other thing. But the proposition of having to do that, in order to fulfill some dramatic obligation is just like the probability is high. Wass. What I also think is interesting is here we have again a person connected to Dominic West. And, Ah, this is a story that I feel like we're going to continue to hear about not necessarily The story of Ruth Wilson. But the story of Dominic West And maybe not specifically as as concerns the affair but thie actual affair that Dominic West had with Lily James. And you've got to believe that Lily James was not the first woman that Dominic West had an affair with
Washington, DC judge stops federal execution amid claims inmate has dementia
"A judge stop the execution of a man at the federal prison in Terre Haute named Wesley Perky who has Alzheimer's and paranoid schizophrenia and the U. S. Constitution is clear that you can't execute a person who has no understanding of why it is. The execution is going to be carried out. Robert Dunham, head of the Death Penalty Information Center, U S District Judge Tanya Chunkin in Washington, D C imposed to injunctions today. That prohibit the Federal Bureau of Prisons from moving forward with Perkies execution. The Justice Department filed immediate appeals. Perky was convicted of raping and murdering a 16 year old girl. They were
Texas Executes Inmate After 5-Month Delay Due To Coronavirus Pandemic
"Row inmate the first to occur sins covert 19 spread across the US NPR show quarterly reports, while three other executions are scheduled to take place next week in a federal prison in Indiana. A number of executions and death penalty senses in the U. S. This year is at a record low. Despite the push to resume executions, there has been a declining use of capital punishment in recent years. Robert Dunham, the head of the Death Penalty Information Center, says that this year's midpoint there have been on ly 13 new death sentences imposed throughout the country with six executions carried out. He expects the death penalty numbers to be among the lowest ever since the corona virus pandemic shutdown courtrooms and put capital cases on hold on LY states that are not taking The public health danger seriously are even contemplating execution. This year, Colorado became the 22nd state in the country to abolish the death penalty, while Louisiana and Utah joined other states that have not carried out an execution and more than a decade. Cheryl Corley. NPR
Episode 09 - Carnacki: Gateway of the Monster - Stay Out of the Gray Room
"Well now, that looks right as rain. A bit of Polish always does the trick. Find work by do say so myself. Emma. Howard things coming along. Almost done Mr Welsby Sir I'll accept the locked room at the end. That's quite all right. I handled that particular myself. That's with the. Reputation is it we don't discuss it in this house. And I'll thank you as the newest addition to the staff to do the same. Sounds quite scandalous. The word. A great big house like this be without a few secrets. Yes, sir. That's enough today I think finish what you were working on and then head home for the back. I'll just grab my cleaning basket. Give it a last one sulfur before I had down. Good night Mr Welsby. Where did I leave my basket? I swear had misplaced my own hands if they weren't screwed on. They were. Shame the big old house like this. No one living in it. You. Know account for the rich I guess. Do you. Scared me. Blow Hello Mr. Did you need something. Mr Wilson. Mr Welsby. Did. You want me to take care of that last matter all. Well. He. Wouldn't have locked it if he didn't want me giving at least a touch up. I don't know what all the fuss was about. Doing could use a modern touches all. The only thing scandalous is these bedclothes. Dunham about all Willy Nilly. Let's make you up meeting. Pretty. How Odd I could have sworn. The window must have been open from the. AMMO. Still here. Here. God.
Designer Virgil Abloh Addresses Backlash Over Comments and Donations
"Do believe we disagree on one story the Virgil abloh donation stories. That's going viral if you don't know Virgil he is. The head designer for Louis, Vitton he designs Nike sneakers called off white which are like. One of the biggest sneaker. Things of the past. You know five whatever ten years. Big Time Conyers Yeah Connie's friends. You know he was a streetwear guy who kind of let legit with Louis Louis Vuitton, so in the street where all the secret world. You know the name Virgil. If you wear off whites, you certainly know him recipe. And anti-gay performing. Also, the at is he was a DJ I. was you guys like? To. I think he's DJ I. 'cause I remember I went to Coachella set. List was or whatever you call. It was released. I was like what the fuck is. Just show sneakers and I ended up. Deleting next week is going through like A. tweet like. I don't care that I didn't know of the DJ. Mentions to be. Think. They're the smartest person alive because they knew that, so I just deleted it or it was. People were very upset. That I didn't know virgils. Yeah, I mean I
"dunham" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"At. If you are just joining US Jeff Dunham was on the show just a couple minutes ago from his home where he is locked down with his wife Audrey and their two four and a half year old twin boys. He is going to him so excited. Jeff Jeff is GonNa join us on our facebook live happy hour tomorrow night eastern and He tells us that he might even be bringing like maybe Walter off met along. So He's and. He said he would love to answer questions from people. So if you are a big Jeff Dunham Fan. You do not want to miss this. Seven o'clock Burchell. Happy Hour live on facebook. Just go over to the Bob and Sheri facebook page seven o'clock Eastern for that Jeff is not able to tore now because of course you know none of us Sar. He was supposed to be in Scotland and England and Wales doing shows instead. He's home in his office which is filled with old vintage toys and he has a youtube channel. That you can subscribe to that. Not only is like all the Great Jeff Dunham stuff there. But he's creating a new character new dummy and every week on his youtube channel. You're in the workshop and you see the progress. He's made so. I pulled something off of his Youtube Channel. Play for you guys because one of the things. I saw a documentary Just last week about Jeff. On the reels channel I'd have no idea where the rules channel is jumps around on your cable but R. E E L Z. And he as a teenager are approached a local car dealer in Texas where he grew up and said Hey I could do your commercials for you with my dummies. And the car dealer said and so. I'm going to play for you. An actual car commercial that Jeff Dunham did with RTD two and one of his dummies when he was a teenager. Here we go. You got the right circuit breast with Archie wanting us on kind of Detroit or something. Aren't you need to his excited? How come he's grown circuit wide because courtesy Pontiac and Dotson strikes lack? That's right and we're having car wars as exciting because our prices are so low here. Courtesy Pontiac nuts. And that's right in line Liz Archie Skywalker and this is only long Pidonia Mersey. Yeah Jazz Cars League on say look this. Nineteen eighty plant. Client only sixty three sixty six and Jessica live this a Nike Pontiac. Sunbird hundred fifteen dollars now at a hundred and fifteen dollars a month for forty eight months in this same car border sixty six dollars or lead to ten and lookie there are duty to Holy Luck. Good G Liz. Well go with high prices at courtesy Pontiac Right here. Tower Southwest Luke. Three Twenty. Three right here in big tyler. Come on I'll bring your lifesaver with a fantastic money playing sircar. Unless how old was he when he did that? Fourteen fifteen no. He looks like he's seventeen or so. He's not a baby chipmunk face and a porn moustache powder blue suit perfect. I'll post it. I'll share this link over to our facebook so everybody can see it. It's hysterical. I'd no idea all the years that we've known Jeff. I had no idea that he was such a tiny little ventriloquist entrepreneurs a kid. It's really cool in Tyler Texas entirely did you. Did you catch the price on that new car? Four thousand seven hundred dollars. That was when I saw the commercial. That was the thing that made my eyes pop out. Those are brand new cars. But Jeff was as a kid so ambitious when he was little being like maybe ten and he had his first ventriloquist's dummy he made up these fliers about how you could hire him for your child's birthday party and he went he put them in everyone's mailbox in the neighborhood and people started hiring him. He has been a working paid professional ventriloquist's since before he was in middle school. I think it was either last year or the year before And of Course Jeff. Tours does stadiums and Big concert halls around the world. I think he was the most successful comedian. I'm not going to embarrass him by thrown out dollar numbers but I think he was the most successful comedian in the world. I think he may. I think he still holds. That doesn't Imax. He's He's that's a long way from Tyler Texas and a car dealership in powder blue sport jacket so if you have questions for Jeff Be With US tomorrow night. Seven o'clock eastern on facebook live because he's come into play. Yeah and so you can ask a question. Anything at all And we've we've seen where he's going to be coming from and you're GONNA love it. It's it's his private office but not so private with a four and a half year olds he was telling us With toys and It'll be a lot of fun coming up on O'clock this spray right. Is this the third or fourth one? We've done Sherry. I think it's a new. I've had a couple of brown liquor Happy hours in there so it could be the third but I think it's the fourth that feels like you know what it's the fourth what we're going to join. Us Join US tomorrow night. Facebook live seven o'clock eastern and join us on the show tomorrow for the People's movie critic's Review of Gentlemen. It's Bob and Sheri Gallon Mars Review sent right to your phone. Text Eight Bob. Sharing so I told you sherry that for Mother's Day. I gave Mary this really. It's a futuristic fan by dyson. It looks like a great big Zero a very thin but big zero has no fan like Things going around and around. You can put your hand right through it. But somehow the air blows out. It was a little on the expensive side. But she's GonNa use it for the office and she just loved it and I got it at the best buy and I liked the best buy and I like it even more now because they just sent me this email and it says congrats Robert. You're shopping just paid you back redeem your rewards certificate on your next best buy purchase. Your five dollar reward is waiting. Hey play big gets a new refrigerator for me. I'd wait till you get that ten dollar reward though so I was online and a bunch of teachers from around the country posted Things they've experienced teaching virtual classes. And would you like to hear a few of them? The first one is from coach. Comp that's who posted this and coach says you're telling me you can figure out how to bypass the school wifi restrictions so you can snapchat watch videos and play games all day long but you can't figure out how to log into a Google classroom and do a thirty minute assignment at. There's a lot of that now. The teacher this teacher honest. See where they're from but she says I'm not ready for next year when parents call and say well in my experience as a home school teacher. And you know that there's GonNa be that's going to happen. Yeah I missed being a teacher yesterday so I let my coffee go. Coal didn't p. for seven hours and stood in my living room repeating myself Amy Silverberg posted this use. The teacher just had zoom office hours and astuteness. That could have a tour of my apartment. let me say this is really funny. I've gone twenty years without a student in my bedroom and now I meet thirty three of them there twice a week. I do feel for those who relied on teaching to get their daily steps in Let me see. Oh yeah this is so true. This is From Ed when schools do open be sure to follow your states safety guidelines to that end. Make sure all of the thirty five desks in your classroom or all six feet apart from one another. That is one of the things. Actually that I've been reading about and I can't figure out how in the world you could have that unless you had classes in auditoriums and gyms that's exactly right and there's only so many of those than you have. You don't have enough of those spaces do you don't even if even if you cry crowded a couple of classes and it will be just a cacophony of of noise. How would you get any teaching done? I know The modest teacher post. I think middle school dances should be permanently. Banned you know for social distancing reasons and because they're nightmare to supervise. Oh they were a nightmare to attend. They were or to pick up you ever waiting in line at ten o'clock or ten thirty on a Friday night when you don't want to be in line at ten thirty on Friday.
"dunham" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Let that happen Because there's just you know with all the problems going on right now. It's difficult to find humor in anything and But I've taught them that there's there's there can be humor in everything and I I just I I. I don't know what happened. I still have all my toys and they still have fun with it and people say. Where do you WanNa go on vacation a vacation on my garage? Well it's funny because on the one hand kid but on the other hand as a kid you were such a miniature showbiz adult. Oh sure okay let me let me tell you about the okay. I'll tell you but also I just a week and a half ago. I became grandfather. Congratulations argued I have are four and a half year old boys Jack and James and then my daughter bree gave birth at bringing in her husband Eric gave birth in. And now it's little baby Harrison. As I became a grandfather poor audrey who's eighteen years younger than me became a grandma and now our boys are uncles at four and a half years old. They're so I'll it's wild. I know our Christmas cards going to be all screwed up. So you're tired of being a businessman and when I was a kid so when I was in junior high look by the fifth grade. I knew that this is what I wanted to do for a living control. It was you know we asked kids. What are you GonNa do when you grow up? And I I think that's either a good thing or also mistake is a threat pressure on akin to think what. I'm going to do but I finally had that answer you know and I was one of those unremarkable kids. I was unpopular. Didn't pay attention. That was terrible in team. Sports horrible in team sports. I had no talent whatsoever in anything playing instruments. Forget it or not but I saw the dummy in the toy store for Christmas one year and I got it so then I just started practicing started. Doing shows started getting accolades by junior. High was actually making pretty. Good money. Doing GO SCOUT BANQUETS AND KWAN clubs. And all that and I wanted hit shot being a professional entertainer. Every entertainer has a headshot right right in seventh grade working to pay. What was it back? Then one hundred bucks to go get a photo session. Professional pictures taken so school picture day was coming up and I thought well this is how I'll solve this and I took my dummy in a suitcase. And we're standing in line. Get the picture taken. it's my turn. Go Up. I sit down. I opened the suitcase but the Domini I smile. And what are you doing? I go away Madisha taking okay but this is the yearbook. This is going to be your picture in the yearbook. And I said I know. Did they in the yearbook the punchline yet so so he he said he looked to the teachers and they're like I don't know why not so is said okay so we backed. His camera tried to recenter. It took the photographs. So there's me and my dummy in the seventh grade pictures of me and the dummy and they put it in the yearbook. Sure enough now when I got the packet. Here's my one eight by ten to five by seven and a bunch of Wallet Sizes and now I had my professional photo. That's in the seventh grade. Eighth grade comes along and I went at work last year this year. I am not gay handgun. I did it every single year from the seven to the eleventh grade myself. You know this may be one of the problems is to why I don't have a girlfriend type per second. We have to take a quick break. I'll be right back. We're going to talk to Jeff Dunham from his Home Office with the creature from the Black Lagoon. It's Bob and Sheri we on the Throne. But one part of the experience has been hard to come by been Sherry have solved this lack of paper issue you by giving you a B de day in bay so just been belong over to Bob and Sheri Dot Com to enter from their show. That gives sukey about old Sharon. Congratulations Sheri Lynch named one of the most influential women in radio again this year. It's Bob and Sheri. So Jeff Dunham are you doing the heavy lifting with the twins as far as home schooling or are you pushing off on your wife. Oh man no no no we master parents and and you know I feel so sorry for those couples that these are tough times. I sometimes and before our boys were born. Audrey night we were one of those those couples that you just hate we go to bed laughing when we wake up laughing we could not spend enough time together and I. I don't know how that happened. I think I did a dependence or something in my first marriage and and I don't know what happened so we just can't you know so now when it comes to this kind of thing I in again. It's all sappy I wouldn't WANNA be holed up with anybody but her and we. We share responsibilities. We divided things up. She's an angel though and I was given the task of I volunteered to take care of floors. This is another stupid thing is is an only child? I was fascinated with the vacuum cleaner. Ends is what together as an only was resonated with the fact. That sounds really creepy. Weird Woodson unreal. All these stories are coming in anyway but I love vacuuming. I was a little kid. Kitchen stuck on the phone and plot the vacuum and vacuum. So when it came to this. I'm like you know we don't have a housekeeper anymore. Unique still pair which is a good thing in the crazy thing. That poor bird is she's been offered three months getting paid just sitting at home. Having the party you making money and doing nothing but So I I volunteered to be the floor. Care GIVER I. I was in charge of vacuuming and sweeping the floors in our house and It's a pretty decent sized house so I thought why not. This'll be fun and then my birthday was coming along last month and I thought if I got sick as sweeping the floors and I I don't know. is crap so My birthday is coming along and I never had a room before it. S for rumor in what way I white the best room but you could possibly buy in. Now it's turned into a game for me and the boys is fun to see how this thing figuring things out and it's just fascinating and also I've heard too many horror stories. Make sure the dog does APU on the floor before you send the room in Jeff. I lived in one of those horror story. So are are you are you. Are you like going through withdrawal? Because you're not on the road you've been on the road all weren't you supposed to be somewhere like right now. Yeah right now in the UK doing shows and it is tough. Because I've been on the road now and move to L. A. in eighty eight. And even before that I was doing shows in Texas and traveling everywhere. I've never gone. The only time I went a month without doing a show is when ordering I got married. Took a few weeks off for the honeymoon. But I've never gone. It's always been like no more than two weeks in thirty years. And this was how is this? GonNa work. Am I gonNA go nuts and so I haven't been working in our corona virus video? The very first one that we did. It's a the characters are doing joke yet. We jokes about being isolated. There's nothing funny about the virus. Nothing funny about what people are going through but to me there's humor in. What are people doing in all this time when they're stuck at home if you don't have to be insane and Bubba J's and I thought that this goes let me get this straight? You know stupid character goes. I can't go to where you sit at home. Okay we we are out of time right now for this segment. We're looking forward to being with you on Friday. And we haven't told the People Jeff Dunham is going become an hang with you for happy hour. Seven o'clock eastern Friday night facebook live. God bless man. Say Well there. We'll talk to you later on. Thanks guys all right. Thank you king of room off. That was just priceless. Those are such great stories. Quarantine contact us. Leave is a talkback Sherry.
"For Your Reconsideration" Week
"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration
Adam Driver Walked Out in the Middle of His Interview With Terry Gross
"Do you feel that deal it. The air has changed changed. And we're now in the middle of a magical time in history. That's right Adam. Driver has somehow become one of the most famous people alive. How do I know this because it seems like? He's at the centre of different major controversy every single week. People Love Adam driver. People Hate Adam driver. I mean folks folks. This is the time to be alive. Today's Adam driver news revolves around him walking out on Terry Gross in the middle of fresh air interview that he did to promote his movie. Marriage story daily beast. Got The exclusive on this. They described the incident as follows and I quote sources at. NPR told told the daily beast. That driver walked out of an interview earlier. This month with fresh air host Terry Gross after expressing displeasure at the idea of listening to a clip of himself. Singing being alive from the musical company drivers character sings the song late. In Noah Baumbach New Netflix film marriage story and quote. Wow okay okay. So Adam driver walked out on Terry Gross. Because he didn't want to hear himself saying I mean that's kind of relatable. He also did mention before the interview. that he it doesn't watch clips of himself. Some people are calling him a diva for doing this. A lot of people are coming to Adams defense. Low calling his walking out on the interview a mental health self preservation tactic in Adam drivers October New Yorker profile. He discusses his anxiety over watching himself perform. The New Yorker wrote wrote quote. The first time driver saw himself in girls on Dunham's laptop he was mortified. That's when I was like I can't watch myself in things. I certainly can't watch this this if we're going to continue doing it. He said many actress declined to watch themselves but for driver that reluctance amounts to a phobia and quote depending on where you stand you either. Thank Adam drivers a diva shore. Like I said or you think he's someone with really intact boundaries. WHO's protecting his phobia or you don't care at all and you probably have a a really nice chill brain? That's not constantly thinking about Adam driver personally. I don't know what side of Adam drive her story. I'm on I don't know if there's a wrong or right side I mean I don't I just don't think about it. I really have to. I have to let this marinate if you are one of the people that's reluctant to make fun of Adam driver for walking out on this interview. That's totally fair. That being said surely we can all come together and make fun of Adam driver for how he used to eat. A whole rotisserie chicken back in the middle of acting class at juilliard. Right if you're behind on your Adam driver news and didn't know eater wrote about this a few days ago saying quote on an episode of the podcast. The film re Roll Drivers Juilliard Classmates Scott Yellow recalls drivers love for Rotisserie chicken to the point where he'd eat a whole one in class eater then unquote solo. WHO said quote? He would walk around school with an entire chicken in one hand and a jug of water in the other end quote. Can you just picture that a young young Adam driver walking into a black box theater with a whole chicken and a whole jug of water. I'm personally picturing the plastic jug of water that you get at the grocery store it kind of looks like it should have milk in it but it doesn't it has water and it has like the blue plastic top and listen. It's not like acting. Classes typically have desks so I'm guessing if Adam driver related eat a whole chicken in acting class he had to have eaten it on his lap the mandated chicken on his lap. Okay and we can all agree that that's funny and worth making fun of. Isn't it beautiful. How we all just came together like that I could cry?
"dunham" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"Who's fact checking I accidentally said my leftover had been removed on Instagram because I was still little out of it from the Lena Dunham nerds. Really? You know what? Ovary uterus cervix, which is technically not an Oregon, but I do love talking about it, because it means I don't need Pap smears anymore. It's cool. Now. I don't know how cool, it's cool. But I imagine it's cool. It's cool. When you tell your girlfriend, so. Ooh. Lucky Duva leftover and I do have lung. When I do. But you and I think it was the universe that you, you mentioned the doctor said, oh my God. That's the worst. I've ever seen. So told me it was a real real Saka crap. But end it was interesting because women are so I talk about this, a lot, I like won't shut up about this, and they're definitely people. I mean I don't really look at my Instagram comments anymore, but when I do they're definitely people who are like we get it. You had. But people are starving. But how do you reconcile that? I mean, what would that speaks to a larger thing to you? Are you share a lot? I mean it's safe to say that you live in a very public, how do you then? How do you deal with that? How do you separate? Because I don't know something I've realized in the last year specifically is like if you're a pursue likes to share. And if your personal X to live in an open way, you also have to surround yourself, not necessarily people who are like that people who accept that about you. I mean, I've definitely been in relationships and friendships were where people kind of thought like why do you have to do this? Like they treat it more like a compulsion. And I try to explain like the sexually my work. This is what I do. This is the way that I express myself. I don't know you that. Well, and when we were texting you texted, you text, you texted photo of yourself, gynecologist office, which is not I'm not saying anything out of turn like it stuff that you put on Instagram that I was covered. Yes, you recover appropriate when I responded with some really, oh, I'm taking myself out for. On a date and photo of like, and I made a joke about not a funny one. But a joke consents I hope you have consensual consensual gray consensual sex, and soon as I sent it so funny. God forbid, it's met with like okay like that seen I'm jumping around with in the first second. I'm so two girls were a date rape joke, which is based on a real thing that I did tonight, a party, there's I have to contextualize the scene is for those of you haven't seen it Lena is applying for a job micro. Big lease the boss, and they're getting they're actually flirting and getting along so, well, we're gonna phone lines. If that's on a different way we spend the rest of our lives together, and it's civil Ganic and there's chemistry and like you guys seem and it's nice because you've been dealing with them drivers, kind of, like more. Yeah. And rough hang and certainly not attuned to your needs. And here's a guy who seems like oh man this, and you make this great show, but it's a rate date. Rape. Joe joke about. He went to Syracuse and. Date rape. And then I'm like so like statistically, I was like I said something historically, like always said, I have a friend who went there, and she got raped was it you something, it's the statistics, like took a nosedive and it happened to correspond. When you left the school. Great show, and particularly character just like it does a one eighty second about-face, great acting does not, which, by the way, his reaction is like that of someone who date. Rape someone like that totally totally what has occurred and, and that joke..
Rocket League Developer Acquired By Epic Games
"All right. Let's get into the first big story epic his bought the rocket league developer Siahaan IX this happened. Just after yesterday's show pulled some of the information from Michael mcwhirter over at Palley gone. So yeah, epic games. Y'all know the maker of a fortnight on real engine is acquiring Cyanika maker of rocket league. They've actually worked with on real and epic over the years. But of course, rocket league many of you know, is you're running around a stadium with RC car. So here's the news grandpa describing. Oh, little car. Is it you're right. I'm actually not like an avid rocket league player. I would be as offense Offense say. se as I also, by the way, Jeremy Donham full disclosure, good friend and beyond founder over at John, and friend of the show here. Jeremy Dunham as Parsi onyx got a chance to congratulate him. So if you're out there listening, Jeremy everybody over there congrats. But let's get into what the news is. So first of all, they're acquiring them deal is still kind of coming together. But then the big news. Of course that people are wondering what's this mean for a rocket league on steam, what's it mean for the EPA game store? I'm sure that's the strategy only a little bit. It's been said so far, but what has said or actually this came way of Papa gone, right? Yes. I was wondering quote, anyway, let's read the quote, the came will remain on sale on other platforms, including steam in the meantime, according to the press release itself. Epic insight onic say the game will continue to support on steam for all purchasers, but the language sounds like rocket league will become an EPA game store exclusive on P C. And they haven't said this specifically, that's why I was making sure we have more quotes coming. And and what the source of that was so pollyanna reached out for clarification on that other. And then I'm gonna ask you for your. So what they said sign. It says in short nothing will change at all. This is regarding existing customers that was part of the leading question. They said over at scientists were still committed to providing rocket league with frequent updates that have new features new content and new ways to play the game for as long as you'll have us in the long term. We expect to bring rocket league to the game store and to leverage our new relationship to grow the game in ways, we couldn't do on our own before we believe that bring rocket league to new audiences with more support is a win for
United States Foreign Policy in the Middle East
"US secretary steak. Mike Pompeo read up his eight-day visit to the Middle East earlier this week to tour brought him to Jordan Egypt, barring the United Arab Emirates Iraq. Saudi Arabia Oman and Qatar skipping Khoat due to his personal reasons during a tour. Pound pale emphasize, the US confrontation with Iran. Try to reaffirm US presence in the rich. And despite the plan American troop withdrawal from Syria and endeavour to unite Arab countries plagued by internal conflicts Pompeii, also criticized the Middle East policy of President Obama at a policy speech in Cairo. It was here here in this city that another American stood before you he told you the radical Islamist terrorism does not stem from an ideology, he told you the nine eleven lead my country to abandon its ideals, particularly in the Middle East. He told you that the United States and the Muslim world needed quote, a new beginning and of quote. The results of these misjudgments have been dire-. Of course, the President Barack Obama made a white ranging policy in a same city ten years ago, promising a new beginning of relations with Arab world. I've come here to Cairo to seek a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world. One based on mutual interest and mutual respect. America is not and never will be at war with his lung. We will however. Relentlessly confront violent extremists who pose a grave threat to our security. Because we reject the same thing that people of all faiths, reject the killing of innocent men, women and children, and it is my first duty as president to protect the American people. Meantime, during the tour palm peyot has confirmed the US we'll be withdrawing troops from Syria. But stressing a dozen mean will stop fighting Islam state group militants rich and there's no contradiction whatsoever. The president's been very clear in basketball, and I have been very clear about this to the threat from radical Islamic terrorism is real ISIS continues. We fight them in many regions of around the country our commitment to continuing to prevent dash growth. Isis growth is real. It's important. We will continue at that. We're going to do it in a way in one particular place Syria differently. So in this panel will discuss the Middle East policy of the US government and the general situation in the region. Our panel is Dr John hi research battle with the Chinese Academy of social sciences. Rake Dunham former White House correspondent also co director of the global business journalism program at seeing university and charming now Warney journalists and analysts of Middle East geopolitics basing Beirut, Lebanon, if you want to listen to this episode again, we're catch up on previous topics. Please download our podcast world news analysis. So now, I talk about upon pales a speech in Cairo. Let's begin with Sharman. Now, Arne Shamin what did secretary of state Pompeo tried to tell his Arab allies. And how has his message being received? Well, we honest pump peyot lost me at America's the fourth for good in the Middle East that clearly not been the case in the last seventy years, and even prior to that I think he's go was to lay for, you know, the Trump administration's vision or relationships and alliances in the region and take a job at Obama's record in the Middle East in my view, Obama and Trump ultimate ambitions of the region are not much different Obama's narratives simply different than Pao's, you know, with pumping speaks as though Abbado's reluctant to wield influence in the region. And then help Yvonne's offended in the process. The opposite is true. Iran ascendant is due directly to us military adventures. Awesome. And stables Beijing the region from the Levant to the Persian Gulf in the last year. So, you know, Pompeo says when America retreats chaos often follows they're good arguments to show that's not the case. It is US troop presence and bass presents and economic presence in the region that has has royalty Middle East in in in conflict for the last decade, or so and his driving point, of course, is Iran and the Trump administration's focus on Iran, and you know, he has the idea that he Trump administration's can pull together a coalition of Arab countries to take on Iran, and probably in the course of our discussion today, we will see why that is in fact, not possible.
"dunham" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"But then came and I've only been able to watch the one minute highlight clip, I can't watch the full five minute speech. But Lena Dunham brings up the mother of the seventeen year old girl who was assaulted who Lena Dunham publicly called a liar at the Hollywood reporter. Awards at a Hollywood reporter event brings her up on stage. She has she's Mike she has a microphone, but Lena Dunham is not allowed to speak as Lena Dunham goes through a speech saying me me me. I learned I learned I've changed. I'm sorry. I wanna say publicly favorite line. My favorite line is when she says I allowed the patriarchy to pollute my thinking. No, lena. You just did what you did. Deluded? Yes. Your entire brain is polluted by being a rich spoiled bitch. Now, let's let's complicated even more. Yes deadline reports Los Angeles DA declines charges against girls writer and EP Murray. Miller case has been dismissed. So here's the thing. I don't know Murray. I don't know this woman. Don't I have no doubt to doubt? I have no reason to doubt either of them. I have I was not there. I do not know what happened. But I will say this. What really pisses me off about this whole, Lena Dunham thing is now you see this. Let's let's just say for argument's sake. What if the guy is innocent? Okay. Let's just say for argument's sake. What if he's guilty? What if he's guilty? She goes out publicly throws the girl under the bus. Then when that's because that's what works for her at the then when that doesn't work for her anymore. She goes out and throws the guy under the bus, right? And in either of those cases, if he's not in the position that she's claiming he's in as far as guilty concern. What it all back down to his Lena Dunham does for Lena Dunham? She brought this woman on stage to make yourself. Look good and get her fucking round of applause. She said the first time, I know I know that he's innocent. And then later exactly as you're saying now, I know he's guilty. What are you talking about or what she's talking about playing with people's lives? Yeah. Wayne ah have. Here's here's my problem with the whole thing as I said, I have no reason to doubt his accuser. And I also have no reason to cast aspersions against this, man. When I don't know anything about the situation than the information of read publicly, but my point is this I have a tendency to believe victims as most of us, do that's a good thing. I think that we all do that. But Lena Dunham has she is removed. From that argument or debate or whatever you wanna call it or stance perspective, she has zero integrity. She doesn't give if if she figured out that the best thing for her to do was gone stage and bring Donald Trump up there next to her and talk about how she was wrong about him. You can bet your fucking ass. She would do it. Right. You can bet your fucking ass. She would do it. Lena. This is not a metoo discussion. This is a Lena Dunham discussion. She has no integrity. She sucks. Her work sucks. She's annoying. She's not funny. She's a spoiled brat. She was fucking escort into this business by people that were able to bless her with. Exorbitant amounts of money. So she could fund her projects. Rich parents as well as got very rich. That's what I mean. I'm talking about her parents. She's got extremely rich. Parents. She's she had very connections in very high places. She grew up next Meryl Streep or something like that. Or they're very dare. Their vacation homes were close together. Who who does not understand a non-privileged experience? But pretends that she can write to it. And I really liked the first and second season of girls the first season in particular. I was like this is something new. I like I as into and then little by little you're like, oh, wait..
"dunham" Discussed on The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff
"And note in the subject line like to be added to the group and give us the Email. You log into Facebook with. So if you ask a question you can Email. At the same address. But if you want to join the group and ask a question, we're gonna miss it. So they'll indeed is a fact two separate emails. All right Sally. So we have a lot of debris Jabber today. But we also have some topics Cassahun tweet each other during the week about things that infuriate slash make us happy. Exactly. Like the infuriate make us. Happy binary the spectrum. That's not it's binary. The camman get happy song in my head. Yeah. Yeah. Mm song of this segment is oh is it your song of the week, by the way it smell? I mean. Yeah. I mean, that's not the song. Choosing. Okay. So Catherine one of our repeated one of our recurrent texting in a rage about topics is the actor and writer, Lena Dunham. We. We've been known to Texas shelter furiously about her why not because we're talking about her art or at the things that she produces as an artist. But because the way she shows up as a person, especially as a white person is really the word problematic has really started to lose its meaning. But until we have a better word, we're just going to say problematic. Now, look and I landed on him is racist. I'm not saying that because there might be legal implications saying that, but I'm saying that she does racist things a lot. Now, she is she is intersectional in her problematic nece. And that just does things that are racially problematic as well as misogynist all the same time. So this particular thing many of you probably heard that last year. An actor accused and actor named Aurora Perrineau accused writer named Murray Miller, he's a writer on the show girls of rape. And Lena Dunham issued a statement with Jenny Connor I think is her co-creator on girls. And I'm gonna read the statement because I think it's it's capture some things during the windfall. If deeply necessary accusations of the last few months in Hollywood, we have been thrilled to see so many women's voices heard and dark.
Why The Hollywood Reporter's Lena Dunham Issue Is So Offensive To Rape Survivors Like Me
Lena Dunham apologizes for denying sexual assault
"Dunham also panda public apology to paranoia in this week's Hollywood reporter's women in entertainment issue. A top aide to California Senator Kamala Harris has stepped down after reports surfaced that he was involved in a lawsuit and settlement over allegations of sexual harassment at his last job. The suit was filed against Harris's senior advisor Larry wallets by his former assistant at the end of two thousand sixteen at the time. He was the director of the division of law enforcement for the department of Justice while a settled the suit for four hundred thousand dollars Senator Harris's office says it was unaware of the complaints settlement and suit, but the
"dunham" Discussed on Eating For Free
"That's all I was going to say it's not like going to art school are like being this way about your art. Isn't it seemed like the root of it? But it's like, I know people, and I think a lot of people listening. No, these people, and if you went to art school, you definitely don't talking about these people who go to art school. It's just that as long as you provide a paycheck of twenty five grand a semester, they're like come in. It's all good like don't worry about it. Like, I've had these art schools come out to me like as if I'm a star student led to me of our economy of our. I mean, oh my God. When they got busted for complete lying. All the job providing I was like, yeah. It's a scam. It's a for profit school, and everyone I know who's gone there is a nightmare. Yes. I mean my God. So no trying to say is this like these people art school? They get paid everything by their parents. They can do whatever they want their the teachers can either agree or disagree based on like a variety of progress that just don't even like possibly relate. And like, you know, a lot of people really are it's going to get connections, and to you know, try things out and then learn their shit. But a lot of people who go there that regardless of their experience they're pretty much there because they can because they have the freedom to not really do anything for people around. They don't work. They get their parents pay their dorm bills, and their parents pay everything they need to do they go to art school completely free. No loans. No, baggage that have to actually make it or do anything. They can pretty much just use. This are in use their talent. However where they want and get away with it. And then you parents that are wealthy enough and have enough captions, which the ones who go here don't have to work, do usually the your parents just plug it into the system, we all know about this like David becomes son. Who's like photographer at sixteen shooting provoke? I'm like there is no reason or KENDALL. For love magazine being in a mall like being a model, even though she cannot walk like, it's just like. And then he knows his photographer. We it's to shoot all of her famous. Best friends. We know and call it are we know this is real if you have connections in your parents have the money you can just shot right into the talent. And this one I'm getting from the denim. Just like did you not know anybody who had parents who were famous in the art world in the eighties. Got an HBO show go off, and I'm like, no, actually, Lena. It's not the fact that like your parents called the HBO office and was like, by the way, HBO swear to famous artists, and we want you to give our daughter a TV show. We're not insane people. But the money the access to people we will watch it the access to people who will talk about it the access to people who will give you things for free or at no cost whatsoever. Because your parents are both famous artists the amount of people that you know, and can call up as a cause like listen. Lena Dunham would not know people like Allison Williams who was Brian Williams sister more. Zo may whose dad is David, mama. Like, David Mamat Divet moment. You You know know what what I'm I saying? m e t. Like, she would not know how to call those people to be on her TV show, if her parents were not Carroll Dunham and Leslie Simmons like, let's be real. Now, we also know that like the only way you can a lot of times make him very adoptable and know exactly what type of people you're working with a lot easier. When you've already been in those circles, or parents are these people we know that and also like. The thing is is that when you. Base. You know, your ignorance in your, you know, blindspot of race off the lack of diversity experience in your grow. You know, the way you've been growing the circles you've been put into by your family. I do understand the partner that I really do. I know as someone who is you do miss out on things that you have to learn later..
"dunham" Discussed on Eating For Free
"What do I think of her? I don't think of her. Yes. How you? One. Charon you. Listen darkness has endured the podcast studio immediately flake, I can feel the eye of evil. I've sore on it self like piercing through the walls line down. The light is blind. I cannot feel my face. I can't feel anything about me. I'm shaking to my core. I am distraught. I am emotional. This is a topic that I I feel like I need to be arrested by the FBI for like what I've found out just googling this subject. It's horrifying to me. You know, like truly there's a terror that gets like strikes accord like pulls the heartstrings of kind of what it feels like today. It feels like something's very wrong. I don't think I'll be able to do this podcast ever again goes up. So guys today, we are going to be discussing our two least favorite things. We're going to be one discussing Lena Dunham profile in the cut, and then we were going to be going on a little bit of a deep dive a little journey into some stuff. I found out googling her two parents that she always is accused of using for like nepotism purposes, they are two famous artists. Leslie, Simmons and Carroll Dunham. And we have some things we'll get into that. We found out some stuff it's dark. It's depressing, and it's wild, and we're just gonna launch right into it. This is eating for free. Just it's for free. I am local artisan and local bread maker mouthy Lawson. I am FBI's number one. Most wanted internet menace Jones summers. And we're here together. Same room. Our late lunch episode in the siding. I'm excited. This are like multiple if late lunch episode, I I don't know the exact number. But I know that we've been doing them for quite a while. Now like a few weeks in the new format. I think is the girls are living. I get a lot of messages on Instagram from the girls Engaz alliance on what they're enjoying on. What they're not enjoying. They tell me about if we love impartial Queen with. They're not liking though unanimously is Lena Dunham say so that's why we're doing this. We're here to tell you everything we've discovered I would say this episode is just in summer, you know, about intersectional feminism. Darkness evils. Why New York needs to sink into the ocean? Why the art world is comprised of what we're going to find our white people making evil white people are based on their evil intentions as Eva white people are Unabomber Fay's and and paid subscription television. Okay. So okay. So you can start it one's going on. Yeah. So I was accosted early this week Monday morning actually the day that we record and some of the other girls in case group posted Lena denims profile in the cut. It's eighty thousand words long. It feels like it was the writer Allison p Davis. Yes. And this profile is titled yet. I'm not for anyone. Lena Dunham comes to terms with yourself. It's a photo of her soaking in a Manhattan high-rise window, and I read let's village, I read I read a spot all of it. I don't blame anyone for not reading anyone for judging without reading it. Because your judgments are probably right article confirmed nothing that I didn't already know. But it only provided more history of which I judge like we so tired. We just begin with her texting the author ten times in a row being in the hospital fibrosis benzodiazepines nineties camera filters. We talked about surgeons I'm like Virginia Woolf writing letters with emojis. And nobody cares. We talk about the negative use of her new show camping on HBO. We talk about you know, bad jokes memes. Hysterectomies she brings up Jack antonoff her ex boyfriend and quite a bit. And a quite quite a bit. For six years, which I actually do forget all the time. It's kind of shocking that like Viagra of Lonzo ram, Lena Dunham, and like all pop culture is like really right here. And it's kind of center of it, all, you know, you think that Jack antonoff ceiling Carly Rae, jepsen and Lord soles inside of a magical. Sword is part of the reason he in Lena Dunham broke up. I mean, definitely she'd probably tried touching. The sword reacted. She was not paying magical pop curious..
"dunham" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Indoor back and Lena Dunham guys is back in the news. She is making a movie about the refugee experience. Syrian refugees Syrian refugees. Yes is Syria part of Manhattan that I'm not aware of. I don't know what the fuck like this for Jj Abrams, and Steven Spielberg or something. Yeah. I just read the headline, and I kept moving I kept moving. I don't know any other details aside from that. And that was enough for me to know, what is their missing anything here. No. I mean, like, I think it kind of I think Spielberg is interested in this kind of thing. Right. Because the show foundation has been doing a lot of work like connecting the Syrian refugee experienced what happened to Jewish people like decades ago, and like this is the same thing going on now. So I understand why he wants to tell this story right for sure, right? Why? It's Lena Dunham. I mean, I don't believe that you have to have experienced something to write about it. I don't think it has to be like a Syrian refugee writing the script Yarrow's. We'd only be writing movies about the twentieth century. Yeah. Right. And she look I think the best version of it is she has articulated her experience so deep like she such an insular writer, and like writing about her own stuff all the time if she can translate that until like fully realize the the human reality of being a Syrian refugee. That would be amazing, right? But I yeah. It seems unlikely given her. Cataracts on. But yeah, I mean, Dave Eggers was a guy who like made his name writing sort of a very up his own ask brand of memoir ish writing. And then he did a pretty good job eventually documenting like other peoples experiences. He wrote a really interesting book that he said was like a nonfiction novel called what is what would what is the? Yeah. And to roads Zayd tune which he admitted was nonfiction about a immigrant in New Orleans who goes around saving people during Hurricane Katrina and the aftermath and then is put in prison, and like suspected of terrorism for just being basically a Brown person in New Orleans because Katrina was so fucked up, but anyways, I mean, I don't know. Maybe that's like the aspirational version of this is that she has kind of realize. That she's tapped out of stuff about her own life, and is ready to move onto the next thing. I mean, go write a story about how OBI J fucking curved you. You know, what I mean write that script? I just feel like it's for something as like so nuance than like about this Syrian refugee experience at the very least. I agree that she has talent as a writer and things like that. But I like this can't be the only option to to to do this. And not that it has it can't be Lena Dunham? But it just it was a chin rubber from. Sure. Yeah. No, absolutely. I mean, but I think yeah..
Steve Bannon dropped from New Yorker Festival
"Hear that interview to be honest. I think David Ramic is amazing, and I would have liked to see him takes the van into task. What was interesting is Steve Bannon when he talked about it after he was like, look, these, this guy was courting me for this event for a year. It seem like I can understand that. I really understand the position that there should be no space taken up for ideas like that. And I also really do understand the other position which is we have to know our enemy and we have to know as much as we possibly can about what we're fighting against. So
"dunham" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Yes. By children through our boss. If you get bitten by venomous snake, you should immediately suck out the venom with your mouth to revolt. It's false mouth on it. We'll deliver extra bacteria and you can potentially get venom into your mouth kind of makes sense. Meg, if your phone accidentally drops in a lake, what's the most common way to save it? Put it in some rights? Yes. One, but I didn't out together. Wilderness, then I just kinda went back and made it sound like a contest. We were like the camp counselors together. Going back and forth camp counselor. I'm the CIT for. You're making me feel old second, you show the dues uses. Incr- uses its incredible costumes to transport you back to the seventies, but when it comes to the fashion of the time, which transmitter feel light and breezy like a peasant blouse and which Makerfield dirtier than a nineteen seventies porn. Stash ears wedding signed for fashion deuces a look back at some vintage fashion trends. If you think they should never make a comeback say deuces. Okay. What about bull bushes down there? Yes, we like them. You know what? I love a good. What about faira faucet like hair. Oh, okay. What about hot. Yes. Okay. What about music. What about headscarves do? What about tie. Oh. What about dying? High boots. Very much. Is one of the worst buzzed about artists in the industry. Everything Lena says seems to cause a star, but let's see if we can keep storing just a little more. Here's what Lena Dunham you and I did play plead the fifth once on a stage. Parity charity event, and I got you to say what that I would move to Canada if Donald Trump was elected and what happened as a result, I didn't have to Canada that it's all I hear about day and I apologize, but here's what you asked for it. You got it. Lena Dunham the tightest gun for you to plead. Legal. To only one they won celebrity in Hollywood, who you think is the biggest misogynist. This is such a roughing because there's so many. This award to? I'm trying to think honestly, if someone who said selling hideous about my body so I can just direct. Since. Okay. This isn't a person who has a ton of power, the small amount. He has a used for ill and that's Daniel Tosh. He said a really unkind thing about my breasts, but he said context, context in which I felt like he was shutting down a lot of women for having bodies heating considered to be normative. It's sort of like he's dumb one to mention because he can't do anything, but he's just some herb like. I don't actually even know who comedy central. It's better this way. Okay. Lena. When girls went into its third season, Christopher Abbott was not brought back to the show, and there were rumors that was because you had differences with him. He made an appearance season. Five. Can you set the record straight? What happened between the two of you? We're friends again now, and I joke about time. I would say our difference was that. I was amazing at my job and he couldn't handle that. Okay. I mean, he just played like, I don't know what to say like, he just didn't want to do it anymore. Can weed out. And by the way like his progress, like he had plenty of great reasons. But I do remember he said Nope. Being stumped on a sitcom, and I didn't let that to artists and I, and we've come to a great place. We have a special question from your Powell and former girls co star, Andrew, rannells look right here. Lina who has been your least favorite of Taylor SWIFT's boyfriends. I will point out of course that you are seated next to sister of one of Taylor SWIFT's former boyfriends. So choose your gentlemen, careful. My least favorite of Taylor's boyfriends. And I wanna do right by on this question and I'm also because I haven't keyed pled the fifth on any of. And I think that makes some kind of champion. My least favorite was have Harris because I felt that he was petty in the public Poon needs to do that. Shoot..
The Sugarbakers Might Live On: ABC Is Developing a Designing Women ‘Sequel’
"You know, what's not gonna stop the show? Designing women. The revival is coming back, and it's going to be on. KABC ABC gave a script commitment to it. Yeah. So there we go look at that designing women who John smart and your sugar Baker Dixie Carter as anti pas, delta Burke, the whole thing. So it ran from September twenty ninth nineteen Eighty-six until may twenty fourth nineteen Ninety-three and you'll all remember it centers on the lives of four women and one man working together at an Atlanta interior design firm. You know, my mom is a southerner. He's from Texas, and she's an interior designer. We had like a particular affinity for the show as a kid. She loves us other words sassy writing on in the women were so incredible. It was kind of like I remember watching that show. And I was like, okay. So that's what career women are kind of looking. Yes. Resting mean? Assertive in the dialogue was sharp and everybody loved it. And so the sequel is going to follow the next generation of sugarbakers. They're going to have a crop of new young female designers at an Atlanta interior design. Firm, but that's still kind of like dialogue bloodwork Thomasson involved in this writing. She's writing know, I think that'll be really fun. I don't have a date on that probably. But I just know that they gave a script commitment. So I'll keep you posted on if I find
Angelina Jolie Gets New Divorce Lawyer Amid Brad Pitt Custody Battle
"Let's talk about Angelina Jolie, in the big story from people today okay, that she is focused on healing her family and. She has split from her divorce attorney Laura Wasser that they have gone their separate ways it's been so fascinating to, see the. Sides in this split between Angelina and Brad. Pitt and who feeds which publications which stories so this. Is obviously coming from Angelina camp I sources saying. That she has transitioned to new council she's decided to change her counsel. To another attorney as this attorneys, expertise is the protection and best interest of the children so a spokesperson for Angelina says Angelina appreciates Laura Wasser cooperation in transitioning the case over the. Past several weeks Angelina decided to put this woman named Samantha in charge of, her case she put her in the lead. A month ago and over. The past month, the case has been fully transitioned? To
Jenna Jameson Opens Up About The Tough 'Mental Aspect' Of Losing Weight
"Why? What I know the parent star and star of other things you just one of. Those people but she posted there before and after you know she gained a bunch of weight she's also gotten sober and I, don't want to read the whole thing it's, kind, of lengthy you. Can do, it, on your own. But I do want to reach us a little, part and, tell you that I found myself totally relating. To, it because. Who? Knew The life of Jenna Jameson in mind you know basically overlaps at least insofar as not the person part No Let's here's what she. Said let's talk about the mental aspect of losing weight and getting. Healthy I'm going to be honest with. You when I was, heavy I hated leaving the. House I felt judged I felt is on me. Everywhere I could hear others internal monologues, saying, well she herself go. In basically she just talks about that. Shame. Right and then she talked about losing weight when she was, sober and this is something that I totally. Remember like when I got, sober they would tell me things, like you, know you need to focus on your. Sobriety don't worry about anything. Else like I still smoked and I. Did I ate whatever I. Wanted I didn't work out or, anything and they were, like you, know you can deal with all those other things. Later but, really right now you've got to focus on the whole getting sober. Thing and so once I got, sober I was, like, oh I guess I'm just going to have to be fat miserable right in my. Head that was the only option I had given myself and it was slow shortly, thereafter where I found that I was able, to you, know put all of that shaney stuff aside and really focused on the things that the deeper things that were Portent like without getting all on you You know some stuff clicked and then I found I was able to actually do those things happen Able to be. Much healthier I lost weight I started working. Out and I was still able to maintain my sobriety and that. Was something that I really didn't I, was very concerned and it seems silly now thinking about that but at that point in my life that. Was a legitimate concern that I, have that actually had an effect on how I lived my. Life, and. So when, I read this it was an either or thing you couldn't have both an yes exactly It's also very familiar territory for, people who've been sober because you'll, hear people, say, things like well I guess you know my days. Were having fun or over now I just have to be like a boring person who doesn't do anything well now I'd like revel, in my boringness by that I, mean I don't need. To be, out until three o'clock. In the morning, to have fun so it's just one of those sort of life lessons that you, learn or typically people often learn once they get sober and as I was reading this I. Thought oh she. Totally gets it and I can totally relate she goes on to talk. About a bunch of other things that she. Was able to deal with to dealing with depression in addiction which. Is a whole separate topic but very, relatable stuff thank you Jenna Jameson for that and you know I just any time a celebrity is willing. To be vulnerable and share their, story truly for the purposes of allowing others to hear a. Voice, that Might be familiar to them not. Necessarily for, praise for for for their own journey and thinking about like Lena Dunham type Lena's. Not in it for right this is clearly jealous Jamison sentence sharing her road knowing that people like you or other people, who might even be in the, middle of, a, struggle will read it and think I see myself. In that and I you know this person who I thought maybe had all their stuff together has struggled through these things and I, always I always commend celebrity who, shares a story like. That that, is so relatable that. You would Bradley, be finding something to relate to Genoa Jameson about
"dunham" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"That the franco nothing's whatever he i gotta go back to princess di was last time we expect an outsider being allowed to be prince she's living the american dream the american dream in our in like every little girl for them and some boys aspire to be a princess yeah she's doing she's jere doing it the last time i feel like that happened was princess grace she was an actress right and she then became the princess where was it sweden no i think i think less happened was malania trump probably that was i got lena dunham coming right up after this show i heard you talking about the chrissy teigen recipes for blue apron i'm assuming they're all asian inspires well she is of the asian culture and what's the word i'm looking for heritage yes i was trying to say hereditary yeah heritage and she was doing stuff for blue bush's if you don't follow her she's a big big cooker yeah and she's got cookbooks that's our thing so she's teamed up with blue apron and her meals are actually delicious i've made the garlic and soy glacier from my family with chard broccoli and hot green pepper sauce also my daughters love the sesame chicken noodles and bok choy oh that sounds so good and of course they blue apron always has the vegetarian options when i order i order three meals a week always i always put a vegetarian option in there because lola would eat a cow everyday if she could not the healthiest so i always get vegetarian option through blue plan is that that you're on what clan is there's a few different ones you could do the two person meal plan that serves to people you can choose from eight new recipes a week with the choice to receive either two or three recipes a week the family meal plan which i do that's meals at sir four people and you can choose from four new recipes a week with the choice to receive either two three or four recipes a week and i get three and then there's the y.
"dunham" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"Crackers and apparently her drag name used to be brianna cracker like three autocratic her and then she change ms class and even though she's clearly the front runner i just can't root for her because of this name but at the same time i don't know what it is about it in her case if you feel like she's the kind of like lena dunham style ironic races who's just actually racist you'll and in her case i kind of figured out but the word cracker in general is a racist or is it not because there's such things racism against white people thanks if i may actually i feel like the listeners may have gotten lena dunham style from me and i just want to just want to say i don't have any personal or specific animus towards us that's not what i mean when i say that it i now that i'd harrogate back from someone else that sounds very specific and pointed i guess it's just a lena dunham took over from tina fey who took over from i don't know most white ladies in the town that i grew up in and now again other allowed to specific right maybe it's just a reference to like the sloppiness around racial issues yeah not unique to those women but she's a famous person who she she steps in it again and again yeah yeah yeah and always apologizes and is actually i don't apply to good at apologizing but also better than the alternative.
"dunham" Discussed on From the Heart: Conversations with Yoga Girl
"Lien on a linear earlier wednesday dunham worry yeah i think we we just become more resilient and visas become more a you know but accustomed to uh adjusting it and we just get better at juliana guess mmm so what is your at if if you look back at the past year what's your greatest lesson of 2017 like what what are you taking with you let's new and fresh and you know into into the new year uh well i said such an ally in eminent yeah there's so many um i would say uh i would say on the biggest plus um you're going to chop more would carry carry more water signed a metaphor like physically and metaphorically speaking like uh you know i am okay so uh so here's something to be quite frank there's uh uh you know i kind of pocketing earlier about how reluctant i had been in my past two you know i guess owning up to this responsibility i have and uh and um you know with having said that i you know i never really gotten to know playing music or or or uh you know travelling you know for that matter to become like a business person prey i didn't never want to have to crunch numbers and like you know uh and and and deal with know running a small business but you know i'm i'm i'm running a small business now the uh you know and it's a it's a it's a there's there's people that.
"dunham" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"To according to chelsea to win forty 45 police reports late last month hotline vicims is them in 1983 1991 respectively what are the alleged victims has been identified as jerry highs uh she tell police attack were he attacked a 83 in his office having so fast next they know my panzer daggers having his way hostage allegedly she claims she was pinned down a restrain and then when he finished i ran outta dan i left mouscron cranston element for felt like forever she continue adding she couldn't believe is made is violated me like i was nothing the other victim however has requested anonymity according to publication one claimed simmons raped her his manhattan home in after a day in 1991 claimed the music icon foursomes of our at the she declined to sexual advances the new allegations the right come at the nearly thirteen women have accused him of sexual misconduct and rate however the mogas previously denied all accusations a even took a polygraph test to disprove the claims simitis current of that there is currently under investigation but he maintained never has next week a counter with that was not consider allow forever i will no doubt one out of 13 might want out tomorrow thirteen thirteen slap breath just say as a who hate to be that guy uh test the task tens of thousands is lena dunham wasn't involved in the times up initiative but your data call where they were like look we want people to be in this picture two so that that support to me to move me blah blah well guess who showed up lena dunham shout out to be in that picture.
"dunham" Discussed on The Morning Breath
"She's just deadweight near anyways our thoughts and prayers are not with lena dunham the six storeys really sad no it's not and i'll tell you i am go well it's not really sad but it's just it sucks pretty little iwr star lucy hills home has been blurred authorized and she's out at least fifteen thousand dollars and probably even more after who was hit by burglars tmc has learned law enforcement sources tell us the pretty little lies actress san fernando valley home was broken into and burglarized very early friday morning we're told the perp smashed through one of her front windows installed jewelry and purses currently valued in excess of fifteen thousand dollars that number is likely to go up once full inventories taken lucy was not home at the time of the breakin we're also told her alarm was on an all signs point to this being a random hit not a case of burglar's targeting a specific celebs allah lingering over it's like you become famous you get all the money in the world for literally doing nothing you have millions of fans endorsement deals td deals producing deals all kinds of deals commercial deals literary deals licensing deals all the deals in the world have you know she was an author and you can't out in her case music deals a new can't get like a security guard like all these celebrities being robbed do we learned nothing from kim on such a smallscale you can protect your own home lucille but like what else was she to do her doors definitely locked and she had her lahrmann i know but it's just like she does it need patrol but issue living in a game community san fernando that's the valley like why isn't she living in calabasas things are expensive her shows over oh my god she's fine she's so making a privilege running.
"dunham" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Do you think about what your old character would think of our new president what are you might say you know what i think is a strong prison we got to stand behind this guy's what i think all right get in line all right what part of all caps don't you understand so we've just possess big jim krasula stephen we know that the president watches saturday night live 'cause he tweets about it he doesn't like it but he keeps watching it you do a lot of material about the president do you have any indication that he's watching you and are now no he hasn't said he hasn't said jack right he hasn't said jack about me do you feel bad about that you wish you was watching you see you could speak directly to him as they do an snl i don't care two that's really going to upset diesel sirte water is email us is to allow we are shut up shut up in into wait wait well as much as we ask you the questions we'd prepared for lena dunham we are going to play the game we had prepared for lean it went on we haven't even done the game we'll make a quick okay lena dunham we've invited you here too to play a game we're calling let's check it out broke so the new you created the tv show girls which has defined fermenting at least hbo subscribers the essential nature of female friendship but that service was done for men years earlier with the touching funding and ultimately moving tribute to male friendship onto raj.
"dunham" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"A rappaport rent or which now sucker shit rents you suck shit um i was blocked on twitter by lena dunham oh the foul right i didn't even follow but she blocked me i got word from our rapid pac members um that they felt like lena dunham sub tweeted me i never followed you lena dunham you block somebody who's never been following you fucking paying attention you yeah yes show that took place in brooklyn you fuck school girls in brooklyn a brooklyn you had no black people on it into lomu childish gambino came on the second season and he stuffed you your character that she put out a tweet saying after she blocked me i i believe this is to strive towards me a lot of people said you should frame the picture of her block and you because that's like you should be proud of that failure she said i got my mfa in defending myself two white men luckily gotta be a an inflated sense of selfworth she has an mfa and defending herself only took two white men what's what's mfa in my feeling like some sort of like a grad like a like a degree like an mlk oh so she she got her mfa defending herself against white men white man now give ready for me crazy for yes moody in house yes yes listen man stop with all the soapbox lying and being a advocate for for trains this may you fought in movies and shut the fuck it's now you're looks it's out about your looks i don't cattle fucking care by i know i can brad pitt right i'm not going to talk about will everybody tax or looks yale care about the looks i have nothing against this woman her looks at dickey's totally full of shit were.