35 Burst results for "Elizabeth"
Trial for WNBA star Brittney Griner opens in Russian court
"To witnesses were heard at the start of the trial in Russia of WNBA star Britney griner griner has been held for four months accused of possessing cannabis oil while returning to play for a Russian team The witnesses were an airport customs official and an unidentified witness Alexander boycott is her attorney I could only prove that we had two witnesses that with the customs And we expect the next hearing on 7th of July That's it Griner could face up to ten years in prison Dmitri paskov a spokesman for Russian president Vladimir Putin says I can only operate with facts and the facts say the famous athlete was detained with banned substances containing narcotic compounds Elizabeth rood is deputy chief of the U.S. mission in Russia The Russian Federation has wrongfully detained miss Reiner Wrongful detention is unacceptable wherever it occurs Roode says the U.S. is working at the highest levels to get griner and other detained Americans safely home I'm Ed
Biden Nominee Elizabeth Frawley Bagley Goes on Anti-Semitic Tirade
"This is from the free Beacon Adam crater The Biden administration's nominee The service U.S. ambassador to Brazil spoke at length about the influence of Jewish money and politics Claiming the Jewish lobby exerts undue influence over the Democratic Party and its major money Where's the anti defamation league Where is it Where are they Where are all these groups I hear a more client I don't hear it from anybody Yeah Where are all the groups Elizabeth frawley Bagley A longtime diplomat and Democratic Party insider Is scheduled today to have her nomination advanced to the full Senate by the Senate foreign relations committee But her comments about Jewish money who else has talked about that Omar and Talib and they Love AI even though she's an anti semite and a bigot They love her
Elizabeth Warren Says the Supreme Court Has Lost Its Legitimacy
Elizabeth Warren Calls for Packing the Court
"Elizabeth Warren's quoted all over the place demanding That we expand the number of Supreme Court Justices And what do they mean by expanding the number of justices I mean I'm putting radicals on it Otherwise why expand it But this is the kind of people who are on these Sunday shows Let's meet the press here is ABC's this week Elizabeth Warren cut 11 go They went to the polls just like your constituents in Massachusetts where abortion is legal So why not leave it to the states Or we have never left individual rights to the states Now there you have somebody who comes from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Boston is where the revolution actually began Boston Massachusetts we never left individual rights to the states Is she out of her mind
Elizabeth Warren Calls for Packing the Supreme Court
"Look at a Elizabeth Warren. The senator from Massachusetts. The Republicans have been very overt about trying to get people through the court who didn't have a published record on roe, but who they knew wink wink nod were going to be extremists on the issue of roe versus wade. And that is exactly what we have ended up with. This court has lost legitimacy. They have burned whatever legitimacy they may still have had after their gun decision after their voting decision after their union decision. They just took the last of it and set a torch to it. With the roe versus wade opinion. I believe we need to get some confidence back in our court. And that means we need more justices on the United States Supreme Court. There it is. There it is. Saying the quiet part out loud. Pack the court. We got to quickly install about 5 or 6 radical leftist Supreme Court Justices and that'll solve everything
The Chief Stands Alone: Roberts, Roe and a Divided Supreme Court
"The Supreme Court came out on Friday with the expected but nevertheless bombshell decision overturning roe versus wade. I mean, that was the real meaning of the decision, the immediate focus was on the Mississippi law, which essentially outlawed abortion after 15 weeks. And there was one justice as it turns out the chief justice, Roberts, who wanted to sustain role, but in a sense limited. He wanted to uphold the Mississippi law and say in effect that, yeah, you do have an abortion right. States, in other words, can't regulate abortion for the first 15 weeks, but after that, they can. And what's really interesting is that this was a kind of middle position that Robert was hoping to sell, you may say, vote to the left and to the right. Oddly enough, I both sides gone along with it. You would have had a different outcome. But neither side was interested in it. In fact, I remember when Elizabeth Prada, the solicitor general, was arguing the case. She said there's an old middle ground. She goes, look, either you uphold row and the Casey decision, Planned Parenthood versus Casey. Or the whole thing falls. And I guess the court decided let it fall. So the only guy who's trying to sustain this middle ground was, in fact, was in fact
The Left's Woke Indoctrination of the Military With Nick Freitas
"It would be seriously remiss of me if I didn't ask you this question given your background. So my background, so I'm an immigrant, a legal immigrant. I naturalized in 2012, ended up in The White House working for president Trump. But for about the last decade, I had quite a close relationship with Bragg. I've been teaching as a guest instructor on the Q course, the 18 alpha officers course, and also warrant offices, the 18 alpha course as well. The one 81 80 alpha as well. And I love it. And I love those guys, especially when you're talking to warrants, you know, who've had 9, 9 tools in the sandbox. You're not teaching them anything. You're standing there with a card rate just listening to what they have to say. But given that association, what we've witnessed in the last 16 months, your well plugged in with your brotherhood back at bragging elsewhere. Your reaction, your comments, to what is politely turned, the work efficacy of the American military, what we've seen in terms of the pride flag being flown over the air force recruits in that recent Twitter ad, Mark milley saying, yes, we have I'm white and we have to understand white rage. How bad is it? What are you hearing and how concerned are you as a former operator? Well, people are people are very frustrated because they feel like I saw this tweet today and they were talking about the navy pushing for safe spaces. And like, you know, it used to be that the safe space, the military was responsible for was the United States and keeping it safe from foreign militaries and foreign threats. Now all of a sudden, the military is once again become a Petri dish for social engineering. For the left. And there's a lot of frustration because again, if you go into the military and I think especially certain careers in the military that you know are going to put you in a great deal of danger. There's a certain expectation that you're going to have a strong grip on reality because you don't get to play the games that we do in the sociology class at Cal Berkeley when it gets to the battlefield. Things like biology matters, reality matters. And when you start to ignore that, people die from that. That's not a, this is not the typical Elizabeth Warren where if you don't agree for every regulation she likes, you want people to die. No, we operate in an environment where people die when we don't recognize reality. If you deny reality that'll cost.
Powell: Fed will decide on rate hikes 'meeting by meeting'
"Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell is underscoring the fed's determination to slow inflation Price pressures have spread to a broad range of goods and services Addressing the Senate banking committee Jerome Powell says the Central Bank is keenly aware of the problems dogging the U.S. economy as it struggles to recover from the pandemic We understand the hardship that high inflation is causing We are strongly committed to bringing inflation back down Powell came under fire from both sides of the aisle senator Elizabeth Warren got the fed chair to acknowledge that raising interest rates won't reduce gas or food prices Rate hikes won't make Vladimir Putin turn his tanks around and leave Ukraine After blaming President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package for exacerbating inflation senator Tom tillis is North Carolina accused Paolo of taking too long to raise rates The fed is largely boxed itself in to a menu of purely reactive policy measures Jennifer King Washington
Why Do These Democrats Support Teachers Unions?
"Want to know why Biden and Harris Pelosi knew some Elizabeth Warren beto o'rourke Andy beshear the governor of Kentucky the North Carolina governor Roy Cooper New Jersey governor Phil Murphy and on and on pritzker In so many more you know why they support the teachers unions And oppose efforts to push critical race theory sexuality the trans movement out of the classroom and all the rest of it Because none of them have sent their kids to the public school system Did you know this mister badus None of them
Queen Elizabeth makes surprise appearance to close out jubilee celebrations
"The London crowd delights as Queen Elizabeth II appears on the balcony at the end of her platinum jubilee In a crowning moment for the celebrations the queen on Sunday appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony to thrilling fans who'd hoped to catch a glimpse of her during the final day of festivities marking them on 70 years on the throne the queen dressed in bright red waved and smiled as the crowd belted out God save the Queen Her appearance was only lasted a few minutes was followed by a crowd pleasing performance of ABBA's dancing Queen The
Pageant participants in queen's jubilee celebrate diverse UK
"Jubilee festivities will be capped off with a pageant outside Buckingham Palace where a celebration of Britain's diversity and the Commonwealth will be on display designer clary salandi is busy preparing a dozen giraffe and zebra heads that will be part of the diversity display at the jubilee pageant Salandi and her team have created a playful reimagining of the setting where the young princess Elizabeth learned she was queen in 1952 while on a wildlife expedition in Kenya It kind of felt that there was something lovely about the queen becoming the queen of England but not while she was in England To me that says something about what her role in the world means The designer hopes that display and the performers will spark joy in the jubilee audiences When you see it you should go wow That's amazing You should be lifting your spirit We're going to lift people out of COVID And take them forward That message will be delivered by a group of 250 artists and performers from the African Caribbean community which was particularly hit hard by the pandemic and is now being squeezed by the cost of living crisis I'm Karen Chammas
Two future kings set to honor Elizabeth at Jubilee concert
"Two future monarchs are to pay tribute to the queen at a special concert to mark Queen Elizabeth II 70 years on the throne Prince Charles and Prince William the queen's son and grandson are scheduled to address a live audience of 22,000 people and millions more watching on television The event featuring Alicia Keys and Queen plus Adam Lambert will take place in a temporary amphitheater built around the Victoria memorial outside the palace Canadian tourists Patricia gray came for the diamond jubilee ten years earlier and didn't want to miss this one either And I thought I've got to be there for the platinum jubilee It's the experience for someone like me who loves all things British and monarchy It's something not to be missed Experience of a lifetime One U.S. royal fan was surprised at how well organized the events had been so far It's so friendly and festive and really much It's better than I thought I thought it would just be chaos and it's not The 96 year old monarch isn't expected to attend the evening outdoor concert because of what the palace are calling episodic mobility issues Karen Chammas London
Queen Elizabeth II skips Platinum Jubilee church service
"Thousands of well wishers crowded outside St Paul's Cathedral in the hope of catching a glimpse of the royal family as they attended a special service to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee One royal watcher Jennifer James tells the AP just to be here is all that matters for us The queen's part of our lives and the whole thing is just wonderful Another Joan assignments says she's at a unique event I think it's great just to be part of the crowd to be part of history I mean this will never ever happen again and never has happened so it was great to have to be up here to soak in the atmosphere to everybody dressed up and everybody happy A lovely occasion Charles De Ledesma
Prince Harry and Meghan make first public appearance of Platinum Jubilee
"Britain's platinum jubilee enters its second day with a Thanksgiving church service at St Paul's Cathedral in London but the queen has not been able to attend After a lifetime of good health age has begun to catch up with Queen Elizabeth II Buckingham Palace announced late on Thursday that the queen would not attend the Thanksgiving church service after experiencing some discomfort at events on Thursday the palace said with great reluctance the monarch will have to skip the service at St Paul's Cathedral The queen has had trouble moving around
Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee kicks off with pomp
"Thousands of spectators have enjoyed jubilee festivities in the sunshine as Britain's Queen Elizabeth II marked 70 years on the throne People wrapped head to toe in union Jack flags walked alongside parents holding their children's hands who were hopeful to see the queen sitting by Big Ben one spectator Carol Cooper dressed in a straw hat covered with pictures of the monarch told the AP she was surprised at how many people turned up Everywhere is very very busy very very packed This is the nearest we can get Mother of two kirstie trinette wanted to share the day with her kids 'cause it's once in a lifetime kind of moment On the Westminster bridge sandwiched between the London Eye and houses of parliament many clapped in pleasure at the impressive airshow on display NHS worker Graham Murphy brought his family to watch the fly pass from the riverbank Because of the end of lockdown it's nice to celebrate something and to get out and enjoy life And have a good time Karen Chammas London
Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee brings military parade
"Four days of celebrations honoring Queen Elizabeth II's 70 years on the throne get underway The platinum jubilee has begun with trooping the color an annual military review that's marked the sovereign's official birthday since 1760 The queen's expected to join the working members of her family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace at the end of the event when 70 aircraft are set to raw overhead Throughout the weekend neighborhood organizations and individuals are expected to hold thousands of street parties repeating a tradition that began with the queen's coronation in 1953 Charles De Ledesma
What Is a Jubilee? Recalling Queen Elizabeth’s Earlier Celebrations
"Britons celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's 70 years on the throne with four days of festivities The 96 year old monarch's platinum jubilee kicks off with a full staging of trooping the color the parade of more than 1400 soldiers that mark the queen's official birthday on Friday a Thanksgiving service will be held at St Paul's Cathedral to mark her 70 years on the throne There will also be a live concert built as the platinum party at the palace and the celebrations will end on Sunday with a pageant led by the gold state coach Charles De Ledesma
Not everyone is cheering the queen’s milestone. Some would rather abolish the monarchy.
"Fans of the British monarchy have started to gather in London as Britain marks Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee with four days of festivities Dana Werner who comes from Connecticut is a lifelong fan of the British royal family And we don't have anything like this I mean with the castles and the carriages and the you know just everything that embodies the monarchy And I just love it I just love the history of it I love following it Like Werner already seated on horse scars parade for the trooping the color Mary Jane willows from England's most westerly county Cornwall hopes the queen will stay on the throne for some time to come When she took The Crown she said she would take The Crown for her life She would be loyal to the people
"elizabeth" Discussed on Slate's If Then
"Part of what makes Elizabeth Holmes story and her trial so compelling is that she was more than just an entrepreneur. She was a symbol of a woman and a boys club of a certain kind of dream big swagger that celebrated in Silicon Valley. And eventually, a hubris excess and capitalism without any guardrails. From her cultivated Steve Jobs style black turtlenecks to her distinctive baritone. She was hard to ignore. I want to hear a little bit about what the trial was like. You were there a lot. There were people dressed up like Elizabeth Holmes. It sounds like a circus. Yeah, it really was in many ways a circus, and it drew, I think it drew a lot of attention from a lot of different places. I mean, I spoke to people who were there a musician who was living in the area who just wanted to come check it out. You had the artist, the woman who showed up and was selling the whole Elizabeth homes look for a $100 and then you had you had people like doctor Anne cop sill who is a retired BioTech executive who at one point in time crossed paths with Elizabeth Holmes and was interested in the story because of the industry and what that says and what it means for the industry. So I just think this story I know for you and from what you've said and for me as well, it's always been very captivating because it's a parable about our time about who we are as people about what we all sort of collectively buy into in group think about the ecosystem about media and Silicon Valley and money and who gets funded and why they get funded. And this story just hits on all of those different themes. She spoke in her own defense. What did her voice sound like? I mean, it's the question, right? So I would say, in my own analysis, she sounded very much the way that we've heard her on stages with the low deep voice but I do think there was a lighter almost airier quality to how she spoke. I'm asking this question because, you know, she had this sort of like part of her personal myth making was this baritone voice. Yeah. And look, I don't think my own voice I'm losing it right now from a lack of sleep and I apologize for that, but my impression being in the courtroom and of course the charges were brought three plus years ago. So they had a lot of time. She had a lot of time to talk to her attorneys and anybody in that situation would about what the presentation was going to look like in the courtroom. And I would say the overall essence of what she provided in the courtroom was the deep baritone voice was there, but there was a lightness to it, that if you're trying to declare your innocence that perhaps would benefit one to speak in that way..
"elizabeth" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"Elizabeth bishop was an American poet, and she was alive from 1911 to 1979. And this is a poem from her book questions of travel, which was published in 1965. This poem is called Cristina. It was originally called early sorrow and Elizabeth bishop was a private person, so maybe she thought that early sorrow was a little bit too obvious a title. And perhaps a little bit too close to the bone a title. I don't know why she changed it. And in which she changed it to sistina and cesina, it's an Italian word, and it comes from the word for 6. And it's a particular form, a type of poem. A cessna has 6, 6 line verses. And then it's got a 7th shorter verse. And the thing that governs these 6 6 line verses is that there are 6 words and those words appear at the end of every line and each stance. The best way to understand is to know what the 6 words are. And in Elizabeth bishop's poem, the 6 words are tears, manac, grandmother, stove, child, house. And when you hear the poem a second time, you're able to hear how the entire poem is structured around these 6 words. She's looked at a period of time in her life, a period of difficulty, and she's distilled that period of difficulty into 6 words. I'm a sustainer begins really by choosing 6 words, and then by working backwards, knowing that this is going to be the thread that holds a whole point together and then thinking, what are the words can I use that.
"elizabeth" Discussed on Backlisted
"In particular has a great ways of cultural, critical support behind it and is a terrific novel. So you could look at Elizabeth Jane Howard that way, or you could see there's with Joan Howard as she became later in her career, the author of the castle at chronicles, which is a bestselling sequence of 5 novels in total, four of them in the early 1990s, the light years marking time confusion and casting off. And then she returned the last novel she wrote was all change in 2013 when she was in her late 80s. And that would be very interesting to do as well. But today, because it's a Halloween episode. And because something in disguise has, as John just said, we won't need to keep saying spoilers, will we? Is full of darkness. After it seems initially that it won't be. We thought it would be interesting to approach Elizabeth Jayne Howard's work from a third angle, which is the little disgust, and when I say little disgust, probably hardly ever discussed, strand of her work, as an author of the uncanny ghost stories, horror stories, works of psychological torture. And specifically, I'm giving you a reading list. So if you do go away, it might be weeks before you get back to this episode. But we want to concentrate on a specific strand of Elizabeth, Jane Howard's work, which takes in, not just something in disguise, her 5th novel from 1969, but also the volume of short stories she co authored with Robert Aikman, which was published in 1951 called we are for the dark. The novel she wrote in 1972 called odd girl out, a collection of short stories, especially the title story, mister wrong, which was published in 1975, and then fast forwarding to 1999 her fictionalized accounts of a traumatic event that happened to her in real life. That novelist called falling. And we all feel there's a thread that runs through all those books, which is perhaps most fully expressed in something in disguise, but it's there running all the way through her work. And hasn't been much noticed before. So anyway, we hope you enjoy this trip through this particular. I don't know what we call it Elizabeth Jane horror. I don't know. But anyway, so that's what we're doing today. But before we get onto that, John,.
"elizabeth" Discussed on Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
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"elizabeth" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"In things like this. I would love to say yes. I think that the sad truth is that history continues to repeat itself. This idea of affinity investing. It still exists saying. Oh i know that guy or girl. They're great they're brilliant. Put your money with them. That that's still fully exists. Today i do think there are some who will be more cautious. But i don't mean to be cynical. But i don't. I don't get that impression but like maybe it's not such a hot idea to be so fixated on on the idea of one mercurial entrepreneur. Oh yeah but that doesn't seem to have shown that doesn't seem to have changed. But i would also say look. I'm sure that someone in the venture community who hears this conversation. We'll come right back to us and say oh press you love to celebrate individuals in this community. So how many people are you report on. Who you said were the next thing i think about where society is right now in the middle of a pandemic in this particularly intractable feeling phase and i wonder if that will influence the way the jury thinks about this that that the stakes are higher. That it's not just like ooh cool new technology startup but that this has such profound effects on people's lives and i feel like in that way. Maybe this this timing Maybe he's not great for her. I've thought a lot about that too. And i i agree with that. I also think that this idea of her lifestyle. Which again is something. Her attorneys fought very hard to keep out of the courtroom. The private jets the run-ins with celebrity with former presidents. The handbags the makeup the clothes the shoes all of these things which were a part of the benefits to her to being the founder and ceo. The company she did enrich herself and she did live a really good life on the idea that the technology worked. I've heard people say that. There's more writing on this than than elizabeth homes. That if if she goes to prison that it might be something that says to silicon valley like. Hey fig until you make it as not a great way to do business and if she does doesn't then it's just like game on for whatever you wanna do. Do you think that's fair. I do. I think a lot of.
"elizabeth" Discussed on Trumpcast
"In things like this. I would love to say yes. I think that the sad truth is that history continues to repeat itself. This idea of affinity investing. It still exists saying. Oh i know that guy or girl. They're great they're brilliant. Put your money with them. That that's still fully exists. Today i do think there are some who will be more cautious. But i don't mean to be cynical. But i don't. I don't get that impression but like maybe it's not such a hot idea to be so fixated on on the idea of one mercurial entrepreneur. Oh yeah but that doesn't seem to have shown that doesn't seem to have changed. But i would also say look. I'm sure that someone in the venture community who hears this conversation. We'll come right back to us and say oh press you love to celebrate individuals in this community. So how many people are you report on. Who you said were the next thing i think about where society is right now in the middle of a pandemic in this particularly intractable feeling phase and i wonder if that will influence the way the jury thinks about this that that the stakes are higher. That it's not just like ooh cool new technology startup but that this has such profound effects on people's lives and i feel like in that way. Maybe this timing Maybe he's not great for her. I've thought a lot about that too. And i i agree with that. I also think that this idea of her lifestyle. Which again is something. Her attorneys fought very hard to keep out of the courtroom. The private jets the run-ins with celebrity with former presidents. The handbags the makeup the clothes the shoes all of these things which were a part of the benefits to her to being the founder and ceo. The company she did enrich herself and she did live a really good life on the idea that the technology worked. I've heard people say that. There's more writing on this than than elizabeth homes. That if if she goes to prison that it might be something that says to silicon valley like. Hey figure until you make it as not a great way to do business. And if she doesn't then it's just like game on for whatever you wanna do. Do you think that's fair. I do. I think a lot of.
"elizabeth" Discussed on Slate's If Then
"In things like this. I would love to say yes. I think that the sad truth is that history continues to repeat itself. This idea of affinity investing. It still exists saying. Oh i know that guy or girl. They're great they're brilliant. Put your money with them. That that's still fully exists. Today i do think there are some who will be more cautious. But i don't mean to be cynical. But i don't. I don't get that impression but like maybe it's not such a hot idea to be so fixated on on the idea of one mercurial entrepreneur. Oh yeah but that doesn't seem to have shown that doesn't seem to have changed. But i would also say look. I'm sure that someone in the venture community who hears this conversation. We'll come right back to us and say oh press you love to celebrate individuals in this community. So how many people are you report on. Who you said were the next thing i think about where society is right now in the middle of a pandemic in this particularly intractable feeling phase and i wonder if that will influence the way the jury thinks about this that that the stakes are higher. That it's not just like ooh cool new technology startup but that this has such profound effects on people's lives and i feel like in that way. Maybe this this timing Maybe he's not great for her. I've thought a lot about that too. And i agree with that. I also think that this idea of her lifestyle. Which again is something. Her attorneys fought very hard to keep out of the courtroom. The private jets the run-ins with celebrity with former presidents. The handbags the makeup the clothes the shoes all of these things which were a part of the benefits to her to being the founder and ceo. The company she did enrich herself and she did live a really good life on the idea that the technology worked. I've heard people say that. There's more riding on this than than elizabeth homes. That if if she goes to prison that it might be something that says to silicon valley like. Hey fake it till you make it as not a great way to do business. And if she doesn't then it's just like game on for whatever you wanna do. Do you think that's fair. I do. I think a lot of.
"elizabeth" Discussed on Slate's If Then
"But the theranos blood testing devices didn't work like they were supposed to. The company was secretly running patient tests on standard commercial machines even as they doctors patients and the media otherwise there nose founder. Elizabeth homes has now officially been indicted on federal wire. Fraud charges the us turning twenty eighteen. The united states filed criminal charges against her and her former. Ceo and boyfriend sunny belt wani next week three years. After she was first indicted homes goes on trial for conspiracy and fraud. She faces up to twenty years in prison and has pleaded not guilty. It might seem like a slam dunk case for the prosecution. Many homes lies are documented. But rebecca says that doesn't mean it's a guaranteed victory after all. This is elizabeth homes. We're talking about if elizabeth was able to convince as she did. Investors former secretaries of state entire groups of people auditorium spilled with people if she was able to convince so many of her vision already. Why is it improbable that she would be able to convince. Twelve.
"elizabeth" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"And practices wage Elizabeth. Welcome to life transformation radio. Well, thank you for having me. Absolutely, so glad to have you here. You have an incredible story. I saw your tedx talk. I love how you had the war paint, and it was just so powerful. It just really loved watching that and and I know you have an incredible story, you know, your bio. You have a lot of stuff going on a lot and it's interesting, I love that wage because our past it doesn't Define who we are but it allows us to be Who We Are..
"elizabeth" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"We are going to have a great deal of fun. There's only one on the line with somebody who has just made me laugh straight out of the gate on the line that the wonderful elizabeth power. Welcome to the show. Elizabeth thank you so much rik. It's an honor to be with you today. Yeah now look. Elizabeth and i were talking just briefly of course about her background where she is and what she does for local community. And i think it's a wonderful tribute to her because the fact of the matter is that there are people around us. Elizabeth a not so fortunate as well positioned as we are other absolutely not. And you don't have to be terribly position to help someone else out absolutely goodwill gestures a free i say goodwill gestures are free and my mother taught me that can always catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. Us that are you. Are you from appalachia to i. Think lisbeth context. What i'll share with the audience is that you are an international bestselling author. You are a speaker a facilitator and a coach and we are going to take a deep dive into your book. Healer reducing crosses. But before we do any of that. Elizabeth i love to more starting by where you located. Would you mind sharing that. The unions not at not at all to go from my on. My posterior is firmly. Planted in an ancient. Herman miller air on share in the office in my home in nashville tennessee. That was going to be a fun cone day. You go. I not being not having been there myself. And i'm sure many of the The audience who listening landmark ranjit that The you know war people would know the grand old opry one landmark nearby Nashville is also the home to over seven institutions of higher education. And we have been called the athens of the south for a long time. Part of what we've done is that We've built a life sized replica of the parthenon ey. Well so that we have. We have fabulous large art. And we also have all of these learned institutions plus. We've got country music and there's an also very vibrant music industry in others as well And those would be probably the two things people might know the most but country music would be the biggest one. Thank you for sharing. Have you Have always been here. No i started out in western north carolina. Australia out way up in the hills. Yes on the person of appalachian means hillbilly. Oh wonderful to know now..
"elizabeth" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Oh I loved so you know get married one day we can do it one day you know but we should buy a house and do this or that and I said No. That doesn't really sound like the way it's supposed to happen. You know so many things could go wrong and I just didn't feel that that would have been right so I did buy my house by myself right and I don't really like talking to my girlfriend's about it. 'cause they're your girlfriends are like whatever girl just dump. It asked like you know. You'll be fine. Does he have a job he does? That's actually that's how we met. We do work. We don't really work together. We work in the same kind of office park so he does have a job. Does he like it I think he likes his job because you know he likes to live in his comfort zone? I'm not really like that. I'm so Melissa. Though now on a different thing you wrote in your emails something really interesting. You said you guys were at a wedding and you asked him about marriage and his reply was. Do you know what my friends would say? That broke my heart and I don't know what it means because you know we were at a wedding of course this wedding. I love when weddings parties. Because it's like why we've already had way too much to drink so we just we had way too much to drink and of course on something you know about marriage because how would he like eleven. Th Wedding that we've been to as just boyfriend girlfriend couplets humiliating and that is exactly what he said. When I asked him what that meant he kept saying. I don't know I didn't mean it and well. This has happened so many times with like different answers. Like sometimes it'll be. Oh well you know. I think we should buy a house. I I bought a house. Yeah oh well it's just a piece of paper No it's not. It's always an excuse. Yeah but he says well it'll it'll happen and I'm just like dude. You're just wasting my time. I feel like a question Do you respect him. I do I really do. I mean I think obviously I have a bit of resentment. I guess you could say right now but I do respect him especially because of what you know. I have to be fair. He's taken on. You know I mean I have two kids. He really has taken that role as you know being a part of their life very seriously. Yeah I do respect him I really do. I ask that because there might just be something going on with him when it comes to the idea of marriage that maybe just need a little like tender loving respect and I don't know what it is. He obviously doesn't know what it is. He's having a hard time communicating at you. Obviously I don't know I mean look for me if you're in it you want it. It's not a piece of paper like it's your safety. It's your healthcare. It's your taxes like. It means a lot to be married. I'm a proponent of marriage. I think it's a good thing for everybody involved when it's right in and you're in it together as it's a real partnership I find it interesting that you say it's your house. It's my house. And he's like living there and so I don't know I just think there's there's a little power imbalances what I'm sensing right now a little bit. Yeah and I think that that too is something I need to work on. Because that's just my. I guess you could say my baggage from coming out of a divorce. Where in my marriage? I didn't have any idea what type of situation we were in financially. I didn't have control over really anything and so I feel like a lot of the things that I've been able to give back to myself after my divorce. It means so much to me because I had to work so much harder for it and I don't really see him working hard for anything you know. He always said why. I really think that we should buy a home. I but he didn't do anything to make a house by happen right. Oh Oh no no. No no no no no. It was an idea that he had but like most of his ideas. They never end up happening right. Does he pay you rent? That is kind of where the other half of the marriage thing comes like. He's like I WANNA play house. I WANNA do this. I WanNa do that and in my mind because I'm very unhappy right now at my job and I Kinda WanNa find another job. Knowing that I'll have to start lower on the totem pole. Yeah it'd be nice. Who if we were in this marriage and like okay go ahead? You can quit your job for less. You know. We'll make it work this and that for me. I'm like well you're just my boyfriend. I mean you could walk out at any minute. Yeah I also wonder you get external pressure to get married from your family owned and actually his family is kind of more on that side of things where my family is very relaxed. They kinda fully support. Whatever it is that I want to do or don't want to do and we've been to a plenty of weddings for his side of the family. And every single time we go up to the bride and give her a hug and congratulate her on A. When are you guys getting married right? Meanwhile see just married this guy. That's he's only been dating for like a year and a half. Yeah I mean it. Sounds like a partnership is really what you're looking for right. So He's not quote. Paying rent is not helping with the mortgage even though he lives there. Okay so I pay the mortgage but he basically pays everything else like on the inside of the you know the whole the whole Internet cable the electricity. He buys all the groceries. He definitely pulls his weight. So that's good. That's great. That's a partnership. I guess I'm digging a little bit trying to understand what it is about getting married that you need that. You're not getting in the current setup. 'cause he's fathering your kids he's paying some bells. He's going to work. He is supportive of you in in these ways. It's like what are you not getting besides the the sort of piece of paper in the wedding from him that you would want right and I think you know because this is a kind of goes back to. That's sort of how he responds to it except where he just gets completely. I don't WANNA say hostile. Not like violent but he gets really angry anytime brought up and I will tell you. It's maybe only been brought up about three times and our entire relationship of almost seven years and I think for me since he's asking why and I'm asking the why not yeah. Is it me that you don't WanNA marry? I mean what I think. We have a lot of pressure to get married. You know. It's like checking off the list. It's like our parents ask you know what I mean. It's just out there. It's shoulder out there. So that's one thing so just you know just understand that we all go through it with varying degrees but the other thing about his friends does he have close guy friends or No and so. Why is he worried about what his friends would say? Ana We would have to have a whole separate other segment ever able to lane. That's situation because long story short. He these people that he used to be friends with or whatever they know my ex husband when we started dating. I don't know if he didn't WanNa tell them or I don't know right but no I mean I couldn't have. I literally couldn't have a better ex husband. I mean that's great. That's unusual amazing relationship and he totally appreciates the dynamic between our kids. And you know my boyfriend and I don't understand why he just stopped talking to his friends but he did and so when he said. Do you know what my friends were saying. I didn't say it but I was thinking what friends I mean. This is a conversation we've had many times. Why don't you call anybody? You know or go. Watch a game somewhere. I mean Yeah. Yeah yeah it sounds like you know how like asking big important. Questions is all about timing and oftentimes. We always do it at the worst time because like you know feeling highly emotional but yeah get the wedding. Yeah Yeah but the last time to. I would like brought it up while we were watching the real housewives of New Jersey Reunion. And I'm like Oh great proposed poster twelve times you know obviously with everyone sort of being unlocked allows craziness and I know that you are still working but I think that like the timing is crazy right now so to just put additional leg stress onto treading lightly minute but I think in a couple of weeks where it's like you know I wanted to talk to you about this and I love you. It's important to me to know where we're going. It's important to me to know where I'm going in my life and I think Melissa you need to be able to answer when he says to You. I give you everything already. What's the difference? It's just a piece of paper. I think you really need to have your answer. Your honest true answer ready to go. It's not about money and it's not like you want the security of your future. You want him to be a real father to your kids. You want a real family with him. You WanNa make a family together like you want the security of him in your life. You want a partnership. I think you just got to be really clear that it's not like I just want to have a white dress like you know it's societal pressure or ma keeps asking or even like this ceremony. I wouldn't bring it. I think yeah stain onto something ought to be like. Why is this man supposed to be wed to you forever and ever right? If you can't answer that question for yourself. Why should he answer it right to him? Elizabeth Yeah Sorry. I totally appreciate that. I mean 'cause there you are absolutely right. I wish you love and luck girl loving Emma. Thank you so much Melissa. I love you guys so much I love you. Thank you guys so much. Stay safe out there and help in their families by.
"elizabeth" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Hi Melissa on a Farris Hi Hi. I'm here with Elizabeth. Thanks Hi Melissa. Hi Elizabeth how are you doing? Are you you guys on lockdown? Well I Have been being essential for whatever reason so. I'm still going to work but my children are home right now until April twenty fourth of the new date. Oh my goodness. How old are your kids? I have an eleven year old and a nine year old. Ooh there are kind of going crazy right now and driving me insane. But that's Okay. It's part of the deal you know. Yeah I know it's kind of where we are all at well. I hope you're seeing safe and healthy. Melissa I am trying. Thank you for working time. That must be really difficult to be juggling all these things. Oh my gosh. This is such a nice wonderful little you know amidst everything going on this is so wonderful. Thank you guys so much for having me. Tell my little story. Let's hear it. Can we hear it well? Long Story Short. I've been with this guy for seven years and they're still no ring. They're still know anything. And you know it is definitely something that I expressed that I wanted earlier on. I am divorced. I got divorced when I was twenty nine and we started dating. Oh like a year and a half later at first. It was very casual. I wasn't planning on turning into anything and then it did and then you know. After some time passed. He met my kids. Which was you know that is very hard to do. And of course my kids love him and he's so amazing to my children and to me to be fair you know. He's a great guy. You guys live together. Yes and that's kind of kind of on the flip side of things as we're arguing the house right now okay. Well won't let me just say that it is my house. I after my divorce I really never thought I would be able to buy my own home again but I made it happen and it's just mine. That was Kinda.
"elizabeth" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"I think we've loosely sort of framed. This is how would you proceeds in terms of directing okay. I know what that means. I'm so curious. Well let's say so. You have spent four hours setting up for a big action sequence and ripe before you guys are about to roll sons down. Whatever your lead actor comes up and says I don't know why my character would say this so I've been on that I've been in those moments and here's the thing that is work that athletes should it needs to be done by you. That is literally your fucking job as an actor is to figure out why you do things and that work needs to be done long before you show up to the set. I love that you're looking at me. Dirk hardcore because you probably know. I've done that ship before without meaning to but it makes me fucking crazy when actors do that. It makes me insane. I've been on. I won't name names but I've been on sets. Were that exact surly four hours set up. Two hundred background extras or standing around. It's you know it's freezing out. They call everybody to set and then suddenly the lead actor and the director to go to the trailer conversation about why he's doing something and the answer literally is like 'cause we already shot see we already shot a and this is literally just be and we just need to connect a NC. It's infuriating like people have families go home to like. Get Your Shit together. Do your work before he shop to set. Okay let's say you're financier is dating this gal named Bernie and you are kind enough to give her a line on the day of her. Seen Wardrobe comes up to you and says the very unique does not want to wear the red dress that she'd already been fitted tailored in and it's not her thing. I love how. How big your recent discussing? So far has been scenario in my life. Actually when I think I would do in. That situation is first of all. I want everyone to come to set feeling great and confident so with wardrobe hair and makeup. That's usually a conversation I have. How do they feel on it now? I can't have somebody come to set in a blue dress. Win The whole backgrounds. Blue or like the readdress is a story point like she's gotTa wear the Red Dress. That's a different scenario. This amaze just like I feel bad in this and I don't feel confident. I don't know how I can do it. People are very insecure especially young or inexperienced people in every industry by the way. I'm not even just saying that of actors right like you have to get up and give a presentation tomorrow. It's your first time in front of the boss in Blah Blah Blah and. You're like sweating through your blazer and you feel like you tried on seventeen outfits right. That's that's the same scenario that this is that this is. I would just want that person to feel confident coming to set. And then at the end of the day I would know because it's the it's like the finances girlfriend that I'm probably editing. That line out of the film anyway. So so it's not a big deal. It's an N. B. C. D. Her line is I really think we gotta get Outta here now. Oh well that sounds like I might need it but I can later okay. Would you feel like doing some line rates? Ooh cliche movie quotes. Let's bring you back to the days of auditioning. Oh God okay. I'll be cast injector just going to simply read you a series of lines okay. All right We use late for US shirt. Hi I'm Elizabeth Banks. I'm five five a side after and yes I will cut my hair. Thank you so much Elizabeth. Your first line is what are you doing here? What are you doing here? I'd like to take back. What are you doing here? That's good I would imagine. This is also somebody that you are overjoyed to see. Sorry I it's okay. It is a horror movie. It's fine okay. What are you doing here? Okay the next one is. You've got to be kidding. You've gotta be kidding. I know you wanted the German accent. I love the German accent but I also wanted to be truly like this person has just come up with like solving something in cry. You know what I mean like Ernest. Okay Okay Germany Ernest. I'm going to you doing here. What are you doing here for three Dunia? I think that was very sexy. Do want you to do. You've got to be kidding. Oh that's right. Sorry I was on the wrong though. That's Okay No. I'm glad you have the first line down. You've got to kidding me. You've got to be kidding me. Okay no me. Because it's not about you can p. I can see that you and I are laughing. And no one else is gonNA realize. And they're just going to be like. Why is this makes a weird accent on this? My guess what is happening. What about why am I not surprised question? Mark Why am I not surprised? Why am I not surprised? Oh that's good. I know you do a lot of animation right. Yeah voices I love doing it I do too but don't you find it? It's hard. It's such an amazing job for many reasons if you work for four hours but I'm beat after it are. Do you find yourself total like creating a character kind of by yourself trying to round out the vocals. It's an intensive process. Yes it's exceedingly intensive. You have to bring so much to it because you're not you can't rely on anything else right so there's no one to bounce off of their zone with you. It's why so what I was going to say is I love. I do a three in a row every single time. Some always like. You've gotta be kidding. You'VE GOTTA BE KIDDING. You've got to be kidding you're like. Oh my God did we get it please generous? I was promoting my first animated movie and I said basically something similar to that like well you know it was it was like how was it. I was you know I know everyone talks. About what an amazing job it isn't it is but it was also more difficult than I thought and she said well it's not like you're digging ditches and I you know my memory. The audience stood up and clapped I. That's what happened to my memory in that moment like of course it's like an amazing job and I'm not in. Yeah but that implies so that we can never talk about what we do and I think. That's a bummer. I know you're right. You're right that's an interesting way to put it because there is that feeling of especially during this time to there's this feeling of like we're so fortunate to have a bunch of you know can chilly and Yeah Pasta and our pantry and toilet paper although Brennan Pretty Low on the paper towel situation. We just ordered bamboo toilet paper because the only thing we could or I don't know I haven't touched it. I everything that comes to the house. I pretend is like radioactive has to stay in the garage for like a week. Yeah 'cause that's were that's how wide I'm crazy today. I know I know Okay wait so that I wanted to ask you to the. Oh if there was a young like eighteen year old sensitive ingenue. Who has been late every day for the first week of Shooting League How do you deal with that as a leader? Because when I did House bunny I mean I wasn't directing it or anything but I did have a pretty sweet trailer Elizabeth. Douglas get that trailer again. I have no doubt you're number one on the call and number one on the call. Sheet is a really important raw on a set. It's like it's it sets the tone for the entire film set. How would you deal with that kind of scenario? I'm sure you've had to deal with the managing of sensitive personalities. Like all across the board. I think communication is what you try to do. Would you pull that person? Aside like how how private of course I mean I usually try and bring a producer. Someone else in to the conversation so it doesn't feel unless that would feel like it's gang up because I think that's never good either but I think being able to try and meet that person where they are. It's almost always insecurity. It's almost always something's going on so right that is not about the movie it. Some personal insecurities going on or like you know. I've not been in a situation where someone's being harassed or like they don't. WanNa come.
"elizabeth" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"I think that's the other thing that for me at least again is like that sense of camaraderie and all these sort of anecdotes. What I love about the moment into there's very few things that I about. Social Media and the data aggregate of the world but one of the things. I love is because of big data. Everyone all of these things that were like. Maybe this is happening. You know maybe women are being a harasser and then it's like no no he take a quick poll. Hashtag me to look it up. We've all been harassed at work right. And so there's no way anymore for those in power to ignore the aggregate of big data level right. It's like you can't just dismiss it as sort of like well. That's one girl. That's something that happened officer. That was one guy who got accused. It's like guys. This is a systemic problem. That is deep end rooted in the way that we set up our world and when we to sort of acknowledge it and try and get through it and passed it. I think that's the one thing that I like about big data. That's an amazing way to put it and I think you're completely right. What's been tricky for me. I think like you. I'm not easily offended so I don't want to be treated with any degree of preciousness. Yeah in less than during his dont. I mean I'll be honest. I haven't really found that meeting. I I have not been treated with a lot of preciousness I mean I think I I put people at ease pretty quickly. We're very much like you know the cor corporate structure to for me if people need to feel uncomfortable while we work through this. I'm totally fine with that. Yeah so you've been married for eleven years. Is that by two thousand three. So how many is that seventeen years in July? I met him though. We've been together since nineteen ninety two and you guys met in college. I Save College. I met on my first day of college. Yep He was a year older than me. He was a sophomore a freshman I met him in front of a Frat House. When you first met your husband did you think oh like Frat dish or anything. I don't even know if like my mom hates it when I say Douche. I don't even love that word that much. Not because it offends me but it just feels not very creative But did you think like were you was that turn like how did the court go? Yeah I think the word that I liked from that time period was tool. Yeah yeah so I would say he was definitely. He seemed a little bit like a tool. May that being said I was attracted to him pretty quickly. I think he was at the time when I met us. Nineteen when I met him and I think all nineteen year old guys that are in frats tools. Like there's no getting around it. He was. He was a sophomore. All the freshmen is were like beneath him. When he was a freshman I think he knew. It was kind of a bummer. To be a freshman dude now now that he was a sophomore. He was excited so he definitely had an attitude. Like I know what's up and I'll I'll show you the ropes and I'll take you around and I'll teach you stuff and you know I remember thinking like okay. I know I love your smile right now because it's so seems like you had this all knock down and you're like you will. You're not wrong. He was actually we joke because he was really interested in this other girl Kate. She was a twin. I think she was in the nursing school. She was the nicest girl had amazing voice like a deep cool voice. It was a great girl. I don't think it was ever actually interested in my now husband. He was definitely interested in her. And I knew that and I was like article. Whatever you don't think he was just saying that now like I would like. I liked like everyone likes. Yes but don't you think that like guys are taught like if when you really like a girl you start talking about like another girl like Nag? Yeah the May have been a game movement little gamy. Maybe I like that idea regardless I think like within ten days we were on our first date we. I ran into a bunch of times after that first meeting. And you know it's not like. I didn't go to a small into a really big school so the fact that I kept running into him fell very faded. Oh my God. Did you find out later that he was very kind of knew? None of it was just truly like he started rushing a guy that lived on my floor and we both were doing. Communications causes in the same building. We would like cross each other and it's crazy. I went to a really big school as well. And you went to University of Pennsylvania's right. Yeah I went to University of Washington and I kept running into my ex-boyfriend all the time as well but that was because I was stocking head quickly memorized class schedule. And be like Oh. Hey so that's crazy. So how are things like I? Actually I have a boyfriend at the time when I went. Well I had a high school boyfriend. His name is Brian. He was the best he taught me so much about love. And you know I lost my virginity to him and he was sweetheart great family. Nobody has the story. I now I now I had like the best high school boyfriend would happens then and so we drifting I think neither one of us were like interested in doing long distance particularly me. I can admit I was less interested in that probably was. He went away to school in the summer before. I did like a month before I did. And by the time I got to school I was already like all right. I WANNA be a little bit of a player. I've done my high school way friend. I'm ready to rock and roll. I met my husband day one and then I still getting calls from my ex right. Who was at a different school? And we kind of broke. Up It sucked. I actually went and visited him on this one weekend. I took a bus ride out there to see him like a greyhound. Bus Rows like all right. This is the weekend you're going to tell him like we're doing it. It was clear we both knew it. I went I met some of his friends. It was great we did break up in everything that that entails happened and then he started dating another girl who dated for a long time like we were just we were right for each other and he has a lovely life now and still has a great family and all those things so it was. It was great. I love it that you took a greyhound to break up. I called my first husband over the phone. That's the kind of ex- I am. Now I took the Greyhound I went on. I knew were breaking up. I knew I was already falling for my now husband. I was so hung over on the bus ride. My husband had gotten meat so wasted the night before he also given me A. Hickey hit marks his territory side took a Hickey to see my high school friend. He's going to hear this and I I hope he does because I truly. I adore him his name again. Ryan Zuma's Brian. Hi Bra I hope you this. I think you will. I like how healthy is at an annoyingly healthy Elizabeth. I mean not runner for I'll tell you I had a great really great has different. Yeah well rays. Have you been heartbroken? Before will he broke up with me? We've been dating. I think actually remember. We've been dated for twenty two months because his high school number was twenty two and I made him like Ajello cake in twenty two and I brought it over and his parents. I think freaked out that we've been dating for twenty. Two months is a long time two years in high school and then the next thing I knew he had broken up with me and I. I've never cried harder in my life. Actually not and then we got back together. Of course I gotta do. Don't you think there's like that slow time? Line of like especially when you're dating somebody at that age. There's like the break-up and then getting back together like a couple of months and then another break up and then getting back together for an even shorter period of time and then another break. And it's all dramatic and your friends have to listen to it. And it's like this. Slow weaning of your. I like that dizziness of you know narcissistic.
"elizabeth" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"How are you doing like Inbet- Corentin Corentin? Are you home schooling yet? What are you on spring break? I think my son has been homeschooling me more than I have been him. But we are. Our show is off for the season. We took an early hiatus and everything And what about you guys? I know that a lot of movies have been we. Were not in the middle of anything and we we have a writer's room that's up and running which is Great Abbas. Show coming out Mrs America in April on Ethics on Hulu that was already happening Kuzina. That's one of the great ones where I got to go work with like so many amazing women so happy about. I love that you do that. You've been such a pioneer when doing press for as a director what time to be the most annoying questions like as a female director is it so female centric. It's hard. It's really hard. It's hard because you get a lot of look at you feminists and you're like I'm just trying to be a filmmaker. I just happened to tell a story about a bunch of women. I don't know back in the day Jane campion. I'm sure it was not asked like you made the piano with the female star in this little girl and a pack win. How what is your big feminist statement? It's hard because you at the same time the journalists. I feel need validation that women are doing better down a beacon of some offensive. Hope right right so so I don't want to dismiss it but I also I didn't sign up to direct movies because I felt like I was meant to make some grand feminist statements in gestures. You it's really not why I'm doing it so I do find that the messaging can cloud what the movie is. What the work is actually doing? I do not get asked a lot about like lenses or you know cinematography or any of the sort of technical stuff but I obviously also have to master to direct like big huge productions. I find that really fascinating like no one's interested in that and wondered if you ever got asked like Ooh did you like doing the action sequence in. Charlie's like all that kind of Shit that they would never ask good. I've been asset the three times. I think I've been like actually offended because it takes a lot to offend me. I love that about you. People bring their own shit to every inner yet. You're you know you're just like okay. I got asked on pitch perfect two. Who picked all the music and I was like yes so I got to pick all the music with buying music supervisor. old team that puts music together yet but who decided what the songs were. Yes so I got to decide. Obviously it's you know. I directed the movie. I I it the buck stops with. May I have to like pick the songs and you know figure out what the yes? Yes but like. Who's now that I just like? What do you really think it's impossible than I could have picked these songs? I thought was so interesting and I had produced the first movie and I don't recall our mail director. Jason Moore. Who is brilliant? I don't recall him being questioned about if he had really done it. Do you know what I mean. That was like this. Just it like Poke like but but it wasn't really and then same thing kind of happened with the action. Sequences it was like you know and tries needles bid of so but who came up with the action sequence. You don't like my name is on the script so I actually really did say like. I think it would be fine if went to a racetrack. In here's what I'm thinking happens to the racetrack and that I have to write it down to communicate it and then we have to have to hire the right people. I have to choreograph than we have to shoot it correctly in the NAFTA edited and put it in a movie like I actually did have to do all of that but it was. It was interesting. There were people who were like. Yeah but I mean the second unit and you had there was someone else seven so the stunt coordinator. He did a lot. You're like what I do know the casting was not your choice because I was told I was totally wanted to go if a if it were up to me of course up to me. Listen Elizabeth I can be a bad ass. I'm one hundred percent clear on how bad feeling at the time I was offended. Was someone came in and said you do so much? Don't ever just WanNa take a bath and night bus. No I don't I mean I take showers anyway. I'm not really a bat person. But that's such a weird question to ask in a professional setting of a professional person. Don't you think that is one step deeper like the first step is like oh I've met with Elizabeth Banks? We met at this West Hollywood hotspot. She ordered a salad with Sun. Dried Tomato Elizabeth is slowly picking it yourself. It's like okay and then we don't want to just take a bath. I mean Dallas and bad but I will also say that I am grateful that I interviewed about anything at all. I'm grateful to make things and that I get to tell people about it and at the end of the day. I know in wonder too though if we are. Are we supposed to be feeling more grateful? But because people like you people get opportunities and thank you so much for being a trailblazer. Oh my goodness you know one of the things for me. That came out of me. To a little bit was I did feel a real sense of camaraderie with the women in my industry. That not really felt before there was always sort of unspoken anecdotes. And you know the idea like you go to a set and you're the only woman I rarely made movies where I'm an actor. I have now as producer and a director been able to make movies with lots of women but prior to that prior to meet doing it the amount of time I went to set up a bunch of girls that never happened never end if there is another girl were pitted against each other characterize usually coup lately. Yeah I just find that that. The entire system is being is being shaken. Or it's not you get these really great moments where we shake things up. Whether it's like when we got the right to vote like a hundred years ago we shook things up you know and then it's like but then we didn't get the IRA and we. Then we got Roe v Wade but like now maybe less than one generation later. We might not get it anymore. I just it's like to me. I feel like women are constantly reminded whether it's an as we were talking about the beginning of this conversation. Going to set and being like the only girl or going to set the crew is you know whatever seventy percent men usually standing around you just realize that we live in a world that's built for guys and so I don't think guys even understand and I know my on husband very sweetly like we've had conversations where he's like Babe I am never gonNA feel it deep level in the way that you are. GonNa feel it because he's like. I can't do what I want with my body I have body a autonomy. But it's never going to be an issue for me right like. I can be a landowner. Like they're never gonNa take that away from me and he think like yeah. That's that's what he's been taught. I have not spoken much at all about the metoo movement and I feel really guilty about that because I have a lot of thoughts but I feel guilty because it it felt to me like what do I contribute. I think you can absolve yourself of that. I really do. I think that it's no one's job to be a spokesperson for anything other than our own experience and an even that like you don't owe that to anybody you don't owe it to your listeners. To me I don't think you owe that to anyone that you don't want to tell those stories to and I asked to say absolve yourself of that. I don't think it's necessary that every single woman talk about it I by the way. I think it's obvious. Hashtag meat to the every single one of us has seen too many dicks that we didn't want to say that we've all they were all gorgeous in my experience. I had so many like memory jobs during the initial days of me too. I remember that thing that happened. Yeah Yeah did yeah. If a little funky at the time turns out it was yeah turns out. Everybody was experiencing that to cat cocoa. Yeah.
"elizabeth" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah
"I implore You I encourage you I beg you to love someone in a very real way to reach out and give from your heart and while an overwhelming number of colors my show or those involved in romantic relationships or wanting to be in a romantic relationship or crying from a failed romantic relationship. You all know by now that when I encourage you to love someone not talking about romantic love. I mean everyone I mean real love God love the kind of love that sacrifices the kind of love that makes the world a better place. I want you to love your parents your siblings even the difficult ones to love even the ones that just are like fingernails on a chalkboard because they get on your berry last nerve your children. Even when they're teenagers and difficult. Your friends members of your community. Love is all encompassing. We need it. We need it to survive in a world that can sometimes feel very very dark and oppressive. My Valentine special podcast. This year is going to focus on the healing heart specifically the healing power of art. None of us can go through life without experiencing heartbreak and loss along the way and like love. Loss comes in many forms. The Romantic break-up is the first one that comes to mind. But we've all suffered substantial losses. We've lost beloved people. We've lost cherish pets. We've lost jobs. We've lost homes. We've lost belongings. We've lost our way. We've lost relationships. We've become empty nesters where we've moved to new areas leaving. All that was familiar behind. Some of US are experiencing the loss of our youth. Our health the vitality we once had whatever the loss you or someone you love may be feeling there are therapeutic activities out there that can help ease the pain just a little bit just enough sometimes to let a ray of light array of joy come beaming through arts. Is the therapy that we're exploring today? Art For the heart art for the heart with my now good friend. Elizabeth an artist..
"elizabeth" Discussed on Comedic Pursuits
"Invoked to forty and last interview. I never conducted for comedic pursuits. Podcast holy cow. You guys. it is the end of season. One and i did not disappoint with this interview. I saved her for last. She's my partner in crime. I'm talking of course about the insanely funny and incredibly talented elizabeth fulton. That's right the other half of best party ever. We got to sit down and do an interview. We actually were in north carolina greensboro time. Shout to the north carolina festival For the second year in a row of us out there Mean elizabeth have been very fortunate in being able to perform a bunch of different festivals around the country with best party ever It's my favorite comedy project. I've done two dates and it's still going. We have a website. Bp comedy dot com. Check it out outside of.